Exhibitions dates: May 10 - September 3, 2018
Museum'De Zwarte Tulp: contact email@example.com
At exhibition's close, it will then travel to Germany to appear at Museum B.C. Koekkoek-Haus, Klebe.
Worldwide Day of Botanical Art Programs: Festive opening begins at 2pm, with several workshops and demonstrations for adults and children. 4pm: Talk by Sabine Huls, Director of the Museum, and introduction by Anita Walsmit-Sachs, President of the Dutch Society of Botanical Artists. Rogier van Vugt, Head of Glasshouses of Hortus Botanics, Leiden will present a talk.
Further events will occur throughout the exhibition's appearance at the Museum:
May 26: Kees Lageveld: talk about Dutch native plants and works in the show
May 29 - June 2: Workshop for members only by Fiona Strickland.
June 2: Drawing trees, demo and workshop by Hans Homburg
June 9: Workshop botanical painting, starters and semi-advanced by Jacomien van Andel
June 16: How do I frame my work by Eva Ooms
June 23: Introduction to botanical art by Els Hazenberg
June 30: Botanical art a flowery science by Janneke Brinkman
July 14: Demo and drawing together by Marian van der Stee
July 21: Botanical watercolour, advanced by Esmée Winkel
July 28: Demo, botanical painting by Margriet, Honingh
August 4: Colour pencil by Jenny Post
August 11: Demo, botanical painting by Dick Smit
August 18: Values in graphite drawing by Marionne van de Klashorst
August 25: Tondo, berries in pen and ink by Eline de Jong
Botanical Art Worldwide: Native Plants of Japan
Dates: April 28 - June 24, 2018
Location: Makino Memorial Garden and Museum, Tokyo, Japan http://www.makinoteien.jp
Native Plants of Japan is now on view, and the gardens are in full leaf and flower. Japanese artists' artworks of the native plants of Japan, are accompanied by Dr. Makino's historical artworks, and all are on view in the Gallery. The Botanical Art Worldwide slideshow is on view in an adjacent room (see photo below).
Program schedule : May 18
Presentation by Mieko Ishikawa 10:00 - 10:30
Demonstration by Akiko Enokido "Watercolor on vellum" 10:40 - 11:40
Class: Asuka Hishiki "Drybrush Technique" 13:00 - 15:30
May 6, 14:30 - 14:50 and June 10, 14:30 - 14:50
Gallery talk: Juniko Tanaka, Art Curator of Makino Memorial Garden and Museum
July 16 - august 31, 2018
Exhibition Travels to Kobe Municipal Arboretum, Kobe, Japan. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
July 16, 11:30 - 14:00 Presentation by Mieko Konishi (ASBA/JABI member)
July 21 10:30 - 12:30 Lecture: Mieko Konishi, Akiko Enokido
May 18th – Day of Botanical Art Worldwide
This day will be very exciting for New Zealand as we are the first country involved to see the day! New Zealand will start things off with a Karakia – a Maori welcome and prayer, followed by a Kapa haka. We will then have speeches from invited dignitaries after which there will be artist demos, tours, talks and much more! Events will be held at Auckland Botanic Garden and supported by the Botanical Art Society of New Zealand.
Location: Curitiba Botanical Garden, Exhibition Hall of the Municipal Botanical Museum
email -email@example.com Curitiba Botanical Garden - Curitiba/Paraná/Brazil
Programs: Friday, 05/18/2018
9 am – Opening – At the Exhibition Hall of the Municipal Botanical Museum - MBM in the Curitiba Botanical Garden. Official welcoming by Fátima Zagonel, representing the Steering Committee and Sonia Mara Ferraz de Oliveira, Botanical Garden Manager, following by a small cocktail party.
10 am – At the Auditorium International Video presentation with the 40 images of each of the 25 participants Country.
11 am – At the Auditorium Project presentation: "Illustration of the plants of the Amazon meadow" by Maria Alice Rezende, winner of the ASBA/Anne Ophelia Golden Award 2009.
Noon – Lunch Break
2 pm – At the Auditorium Panel Discussion: “The situation of Botanical Art in Brazil and its international representativeness”. Participating members: Marcos Antonio Silva-Ferraz, Álvaro Nunes, Zenilton Gayoso, Maria Alice Rezende and Ana Maria Deliberator, director of Center for Botanical Illustration of Paraná - CIBP. Coordination by Diana Carneiro.
3 to 4 pm – At the exhibition hall Testimony of the participating artists in the face of their artwork.
4:30 pm – Guided tour through the Herbarium and Botanical Collections of the Botanical Garden, for the participants of the exhibition and guests, coordinated by biologist and Curator of the MBM Herbarium – José Tadeu Weidlich Motta.
Saturday, Day 05/19/2018 From 9 am to 4 pm
Workshop “Colors of Cerrado” by Álvaro Nunes at the Exhibition Hall of MBM.
Workshop “The Iridescence’s Effect” by Marcos Antonio Silva-Ferraz at the CIBP headquarter.
Presentation of the international video in the Auditorium.
8 pm – Confraternization Dinner
Sunday, Day 05/20/2018
Demonstration of the techniques of color pencil and watercolor related to Botanical art, by local artists Cássia Dias and Alessandro Candido.
Presentation of the International Video in the Auditorium.
From 05/22 to 06/17 the exhibition will be open to the public and the local artists selected for the exhibition will be there for demonstrations and or information.
Exhibition dates: May 17 - June 9, Everard Read Gallery, Rosebank, Johannesburg
Worldwide Day of Botanical Art, May 18, 2018
10:00 Walkabout with Vicki Thomas
14:00 Walkabout with Elsa Pooley
10:30 - 12:30 and 15:00 - 17:00 - Artist demonstrations
Saturday May 19
10:00 am Walkabout with Jenny Hyde-Johnson
10:30 - 12:30 Artist demonstrations
Additional Walkabouts starting at 10:00
Saturday May 26 with Ann Harris, Saturday June 2 with Willie Schlechter, and Saturday June 9 with Gillian Condy
Additional Art Demonstrations starting at 10:30
Saturday May 26 with Janet Hughes and Gillian Condy, Saturday June 2 with Sandy Labuschagne, and Saturday June 9 with Bridget Dunseith
Thursday May 24, 6:30 Prof. Bob Scholes "The adventures of three collectors: Sparman, Zeyher, and Thode."
Thursday May 31, 6:30 Dr. Reinier Terblanche "Butterflies and their sense of place in South Africa.
Thursday, June 7, 6:30 John and Sandie Burrows "The art and botany of drift seeds"
Book for these events by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The United States Botanic Garden has announced a day of programming on the Worldwide Day of Botanical Art, May 18, 2018. Much of the afternoon's programming is open to the public.
12:00 noon Lecture by Carol Woodin, ASBA Director of Exhibitions and Jim Adams, USBG Horticulture Manager "Botanical Art Worldwide: 6 Continents, 25 Countries, 1 Worldwide Project" Registration required: https://www.usbg.gov/events/2018/03/15/lecture-botanical-art-worldwide-6-continents-25-countries-1-worldwide-project
Come hear the story behind Botanical Art Worldwide, a global initiative documenting some of the world's great botanical diversity. This fascinating story details how twenty-five countries joined together to reach new audiences through botanical art. Each country's exhibition highlights native plants, depicting in contemporary botanical artworks created specifically for this project.
1:00 - 2:00 Meet the Artists in the Conservatory Gallery. Nearly 30 artists in the exhibition will be present to show technique demos, provide stories and tips, and talk about their works to the public. Open, no registration required.
2:30 - 4:30 Behind the Scenes. Artists give a gallery walkthrough, discussing their work in the show, organizers speak about the exhibition and the overall Botanical Art Worldwide Project. Registration required: https://www.usbg.gov/events/2018/02/08/special-program-behind-scenes-botanical-art-worldwide-americas-flora
Join us in this exciting event celebrating the culmination of all the efforts made worldwide to bring artists, institutions, organizations, and the public together to celebrate the diversity of plant life on earth!
Those members of the Steering Committee who are able to participate in ASBA's annual meeting in San Francisco will meet on Thursday evening at 7pm. The specific room location will be announced. This will be the final in-person meeting before the project launches on May 18, 2018. Please email email@example.com to add agenda items.