Biodiversity In Culture

The Institute's Biodiversity in Cultural series organize a diverse set of activities that explore the intersections among the arts, science, Wyoming and Biodiversity. These activities include art exhibitions, lectures, films, concerts, and dance. All programs are open to the public, generally free, and family-friendly.

Image from : Wild Portraits: Exploring Wyoming’s Wildlife with Camera Traps and Studio Lights - by Photographer Bailey Russel and Zoologist Jonny Armstrong. Berry Center Exhibition, September and October, 2014.


Biodiversity In Culture

The Institute's Biodiversity in Cultural series organize a diverse set of activities that explore the intersections among the arts, science, Wyoming and Biodiversity. These activities include art exhibitions, lectures, films, concerts, and dance. All programs are open to the public, generally free, and family-friendly.

Visit the Events section to see if there are any upcoming concerts, movie nights or performances coming up.


BioMusica Concert Series

12179119994_b39a895a81_z_d.jpgHeld once per term (spring, summer and fall) at the Berry Center, the BioMusica Concert Series is a way for performers to explore how the worlds of biodiversity and music intersect.  Performers are all local - some are students, some are faculty, some are not affiliated with the University at all. 

 

Biodiversity Movie Series

AfricanCats-200w.jpgThis movie series is held each month during the school year (September - May), usually on the first Wednesday and the following Sunday of those months.  The movie selection is varied to ensure that each month we focus on a different organism group, a different age group, or a different style of movie.

 

 

 

Dance

We have the honor of working with the dancers who put on the Vertical Dance performance at Vedauwoo every other year.  At the Berry Center each summer, these performers are suspended from the rafters of the lobby and dance to the music of Lights Along the Shore. 


Current Gallery Exhibition


The Tortoise and hare: An Ecologically True Story - Rethinking a Fable


Upcoming Events and Exhibits