Nature Journaling at the Farm with Rebecca Jordan

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Nature Journaling at the Farm with Rebecca Jordan

  • date: July 25, 2024
  • time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am
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  • This workshop is part of a Acres Guest Artist Series. We are pleased to make our space available to a handful of local artists to teach their creative classes. 

    Join Becca, ecology artist and writer, to sketch outdoors at the 21 Acres farm once a month. Learn to draw 2-3 different botanicals every month and stretch your scientific knowledge to explore questions about naturally-occurring phenomena such as pollination, weird plants, urban animals, and more. Plus, it’s just a beautiful place to spend your Thursday morning.

    Please bring your own sketchbook and drawing materials. The instructor will also bring extras just in case you happen to drop in. This class is suitable for all ages. Students under the age of 12 must have a ticketed adult accompanying them.

    This class is offered at a sliding scale. Please pay what you are able so that Becca can continue to teach classes like this! Click the link to register directly with the instructor. After July 25th, the class will move to the second Thursday morning each month.

    The farm is not ADA accessible. Paths are either unpaved or are mulched; if you have a traditional wheelchair or walker, it’s recommended to choose a different class (email me for options). We will be walking across uneven ground that is mostly at no incline.

    Rebecca Jordan (she/they) is a nature illustrator and ecology writer. She spent 4 years working at 21 Acres learning about Washington’s unique environment and writing about climate change. Now, as an art teacher, she loves to spark inspiration and curiosity about the natural world in her students. In her free time, she goes to local parks to be inspired by nature and hangs out with her two cats. Learn more:

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