A Road Scholar Program by Brian (Fox) Ellis
Spend an hour in the studio of America’s greatest naturalist and wildlife artist as storyteller Brian “Fox” Ellis becomes John James Audubon in this first-person living history program. Audubon will enchant audiences with stories of his travels in the wildest places on the planet as he finishes drawing every known bird in North America. Drawing from Audubon’s journals, letters, and scientific essays, this presentation will explore the scientific method, art history, and bird migration in the early 1800s in a presentation sure to satisfy all ages.
This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Sarah Livesay at the Environmental Education Association at 217.469.0289.