An important aspect of the Natural History Collections project at Randolph College is the use of the collections as source material for aspiring artists. The collections are utilized by students and faculty at Randolph College through the Natural History Drawing Group and Art Department courses such as Animal Drawing. In addition, the Biology Department hosts an open studio in scientific illustration for local schoolchildren during the annual Science Festival.
Select a topic to see images of student and faculty art work:
Animal Drawing (taught by Kathy Muehlemann)
Interesting possibilities happen when science and art converge. Click here to read an article about how Brown University has “resurrected” their lost collections through an art exhibit.