SCIENCE ART Spring 2017 Workshop Series

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How Art Thou Cafe

1956 Maybank Hwy (next to the Terrace Theatre)

Something Different for Happy Hour...Tuesdays, 6-8pm
Enjoy a little science presentation, art creation, and conversation.
Great food and happy hour specials including half price bottles of wine
$15 - Learn, Create & take home original Art

No experience needed!

This is meant to be a fun, informal, community event for adults.

$3 Student, educator and member discount.

$5 for annual membership (2017 spring series + summer encore!)

Tuesday April 4th, 6 - 8pm 

"Citizen Science for the Win: Empowering the Community for Environmental Justice"

with Mr. Omar Muhammad
President of Lowcountry Alliance for Model Communities (LAMC)
Community Project Coordinator for Charleston Community Research to Action Board (CCRAB), & SC Department of Natural Resources Fisheries Biologist
And local artists Lisa Shimko & Brienne Oliver teach Paper & Wire Mobile Building  
BYOP (bring your own pliers) - limited extras on hand for sharing
Optional Scotch Tasting with HAT owner, David Berger

Tuesday April 18th, 6 - 8pm 

"What We Can Learn From Butterflies in South Carolina"

And local artists Brienne Oliver & Lisa Shimko teach Pen & Ink with Watercolor illustrations of natural specimens  
And botanically-infused martini specials available
with Dr. Brian Scholtens
Professor Entomology (bugs) and Ecology (interactions) 
College of Charleston, Department of Biology
Summer Professor of Entomology at University of Michigan
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Tuesday May 2nd, 6 - 8pm 

"Off the Grid: Bringing Citizen Science to Remote Alaska"

with Dr. Steve Morton
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), NCCOS Harmful Algal Blooms Division & Phytoplankton (algae) Monitoring Network Program Leader
And local artists Brienne Oliver & Lisa Shimko teach Recycled-styrofoam Printmaking  
And red-tide cocktail specials on pour for the adventurous.

Tuesday May 16th, 6 - 8pm 

"FISH - What's For Dinner?"

with Dr. Gorka Sancho
Fisheries Scientist & Oceanographer, Professor, Department of Biology, College of Charleston, Grice Marine Labs
And Seattle artist & retired science teacher Paul Blake teaches Gyotaku - Japanese Fish Printing  
BYOT (bring your own light colored t-shirt or other material to print on)
Dark & stormies and other rum specials available to fortify the sea-legs.

SCIENCE ART Spring 2017 Workshop Series

at

How Art Thou Cafe

1956 Maybank Hwy (next to the Terrace Theatre)

Something Different for Happy Hour...Tuesdays, 6-8pm.
Enjoy a little science presentation, art creation, and conversation.
Great food and happy hour specials including half price bottles of wine
$15 - Learn, Create & take home original Art

No experience needed!

This is meant to be a fun, informal, community event for adults & young adults.

$3 Student, educator and member discount.

$5 for annual membership (2017 spring series + summer encore!)