Sat, Aug 12|
Boulder Public Library, Canyon Gallery
"Little Creatures," juried group exhibit
“If humanity depends so completely on these little creatures that run the earth, they also provide us with an endless source of scientific exploration and naturalistic wonder.” E.O. Wilson – (The Little Things that Run the World)
Time & Location
Aug 12, 6:00 PM MDT – Sep 28, 6:00 PM MDT
Boulder Public Library, Canyon Gallery, 1001 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, CO 80302, USA
About the Event
Whether you love them or hate them, your life depends on insects. Insects, spiders, and other tiny creatures are the mostly invisible frontline workforce that provide all of us with essential goods and services–food, clean air and water, waste removal, and natural pest control. The ecosystems they inhabit keep us safer by reducing the risks of floods and wildfires. Thanks to insects, we live in a beautiful, colorful and fragrant world.
But insects are in trouble. And it’s mostly due to our actions. Join our community in exploring how our perceptions about insects are contributing to insect decline and how we can take action together to save insects, and ourselves.
No ticket needed all welcome!
No tickets necessary