Monday-Friday, August 9-13
Participants investigate the concept of biodomes through art making in this outdoorsy program. Biodomes here refer to inter-connected natural ecosystems, like the earth. Learners ponder the relationship of humans to the Earth as they artistically gather data from the immediate natural world at Salisbury University’s national arboretum campus. No art skills are required, but there are plenty of opportunities for more advanced students to refine their abilities. Participants make prints, sketch, paint with watercolors and make their own “biodome.” This program is perfect for hands-on learners who prefer the outdoors and offers a chance to strengthen artistic skills while exploring biological concepts and appreciating the beauty of nature.
If you would like to enroll in this program, but the cost is a barrier to participation, please know that multiple full scholarship opportunities are available. Please email SEA@salisbury.edu for additional scholarship information.
SU students and employees continue to take precautions for COVID-19. For health and safety resources, and current information, visit the SU COVID-19 webpage.
If you are registering siblings please enter the code SIBLING during checkout to receive a 10% discount.
Salisbury University Faculty and Staff
If you are a current staff or faculty member at SU and registering a child please enter the code SU15 during checkout to receive a 15% discount. Important: You must be logged in using your SU login credentials before you begin checkout (login is located in the upper right corner). Once logged in you will see the Faculty/Staff registration option. The discount can only be applied when this option is selected.
Public School Students FARM Eligible
If your public school student is eligible to receive Free and Reduced Meals (FARM), please contact us before checking out at email@example.com to discuss reduced registration costs. This discount is offered on a first come first served basis for those who qualify.
Monday, Tuesday 8-4, Friday 12:30-4:30
University Galleries Program