Pinning and Learning: Giant Purple Grasshopper - Sold Out

Date: 

Sunday, September 25, 2022, 1:30pm to 3:00pm

Location: 

Harvard Museum of Natural History, 26 Oxford Street

Purple Grasshopper.

 

Instructor: Mickey Alice Kwapis, noted taxidermist and specimen preservation educator

Explore amazing arthropods from an evolutionary perspective with a hands-on look at an impressive species! Utilizing sustainably sourced specimens, students will learn about arthropod development and anatomy by preparing and preserving specimens of their own. Each student will get to keep a set of illustrated instructions, tools, and their own finished specimen to display at home. With newfound knowledge, students can explore the museum’s arthropod gallery to take in all of the subtle nuances of Earth's invertebrate species.

These are fun and engaging activities that can be enjoyed by all ages. Students under age 12 must be accompanied by an adult chaperone who can work with the child, at no additional charge. If chaperones wish to complete their own project, a second specimen must be purchased through a separate registration.

$80 members / $90 nonmembers

This program is full. Please email Reservations to be added to the wait list.