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Category Archives: Art
Artist/scientist Brandon Ballengée is back for National Moth Week 2017 with Bio-Art After Dark, an event featuring moths and other bugs attracted to ultraviolet light, music and more, to be held in Troy, NY. Bio-Art After Dark: A Sanctuary Sustainer … Continue reading
Many people in Japan enjoy creating art and craft works that have motifs of living beings. This page links to artists’ work inspired by moths. http://www.nationalmothweek-jp.net/en/arts.html\ Here are some examples: National Moth Week in Japan – … Continue reading
Coloring activity for ages 3-99. EVERYONE CAN COLOR A MOTH! Alison is a moth’er and a mother in Ontario, Canada. She created this coloring book for her daughter who was too young to stay awake for the entire event. Click here for the … Continue reading
Brandon Ballengée’s “Love Motel for Insects” is sure to dazzle the moths and other nighttime insects of Laramie, WY, this summer, but perhaps none so much as the human visitors to the artist/biologist’s latest installation, which will be on view … Continue reading
AS IF Center is hosting a Moth Party on July 9, 2016. The event is part of a six-year-long study on how climate change, land use, pollution, and other large-scale factors affect moth populations. For more information see the AS … Continue reading
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Photography Exhibit Last on Display at New York’s American Museum of Natural History Features New, Local Species Venice, CA— On June 28, The G2 Gallery will open Moths at LArge, an exhibit from Canadian moth expert and photographer … Continue reading
The Hawkmoths of the northern Great Plains Poster is based upon specimens in the North Dakota State Insect Reference Collection (NDSU- Fargo, ND), specimens in the Severin-McDaniel Insect Research Museum (SDSU- Brookings, SD) an extensive literature search, about 45 years … Continue reading