Spring is here and it's time again for the Stanley Park Ecology Society's Discovery Walk Series to host my ongoing series of lectures about insects, ecology and evolution. Join me, Andrew Scott, on May 15th at 1:30 pm at Stanley Park Nature House for Insects: Our Friends, Our Foes. We will discuss the complex relationship between humans and insects, focusing on the ways in which insects affect human activities for both good and bad. Admittance contributes to the Stanley Park Ecology Society and it's nature programs.
A photograph I took of one of my sculptures has landed on the cover of the Canadian Journal of Communication. EMP Blaster Bug illustrated an article entitled "Silent Alarm: The Mosquito Youth Deterrent and the Politics of Frequency".
Three creatures are headed to Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles for the upcoming show At the Mountains of Madness: a Tribute to the Writings of Lovecraft. As an old fan of H P Lovecraft's work, I am astounded and delighted by the work I've seen that's part of this exhibit. The other exhibitors are incredibly talented people, and it is an honour to have my work included in this show. The images below attest the mastery of some of the other exhibitors. Click on the images below for a look at more amazing works from their creators.
Yep, it's time for another lagoon-side chat about insects at Stanley Park. Join me there at 1:30 PM on Sunday, August 15th at Lost Lagoon Nature House in Stanley Park here in Vancouver for a two hour lecture and discussion entitled "Insects, Our Friends, Our Foes".
Join me on Sunday, July 11th, from 1 to 3 PM at Nature House at Lost Lagoon in Stanley Park for Power Politics of Ants, a discussion about the radical changes in ant behaviours that have occurred during our lifetime, altering modes of existence that have functioned unchanged for over 80 million years, from single queen colonies to supercolonies, and now megacolonies!
Three of my favourite works will be part of this incredible group show inspired by the writing of Howard Phillips Lovecraft (1890-1937). The show runs from June 11th to July23rd and features a vast array of incredible talent. I'm honoured to have been asked to participate in this show and encourage anyone in the New York area to check out Observatory for a chance to own one of my favourite sculptures from my personal collection.
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