Reconstructing what extinct animals looked like has never been easy, but such depictions offer an opportunity to bring new life to something long gone. If you had the chance to reanimate the dodo or passenger pigeon, how would you interpret their behaviour, what they ate or where they lived? Join us for a very special illustration workshop in collaboration with The Natural History Museum and Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin where we will be sketching extinct animals out of extinction.
The workshop will be lead by Paolo Viscardi, Curator of Zoology, National Museum of Ireland and Dublin-based illustrator Chris Judge.
Ages 15 - adult, all levels of ability, some materials provided, please feel free to bring your own too.
Please note this event takes place at The Natural History Museum and Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin
This workshop is part of our De-Extiction week at Science Gallery Dublin. For more information on the other events in this series, visit the links below:
- De-Extinction Dinner 13.04.18
If you are an attendee who would like to avail of ISL interpretation for this event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.