The East Texas Natural History Collection
The East Texas Natural History Collection

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

 

The Art of Dan Lay Painting ExhibitionThe East Texas Natural History Collection at Jarvis Christian College will be hosting a 5 month exhibition of some extremely important works by Dan Lay. These paintings cover the span of his lifetime (1914 - 2002). The paintings will be on display until March of 2013 in the East Texas Natural History Collection at Jarvis Christian College near Hawkins, Texas. 

Dan Lay was the first Texas ecologist and his influence extended to other seminal thinkers in the field such as Rachel Carson - author of Silent Spring. He was personally involved in every issue of Texas Conservationist from 1935 until 2002 - a period of 67 years.

The Collection (ETNHC) is proud and honored to have this opportunity to display these works of art. The opening of the Exhibit will coincide with the upcoming October 20th, Jarvis Christian College Community Outreach event and the formal opening of the East Texas Natural History Collection.

For more information on the Community Outreach Event on October 20, 2012 or to schedule a time to see the Dan Lay exhibition, please email the staff at etnh@jarvis.edu or call 936-556-2289.


Bob Nuelle, Jr.
Research Associate
East Texas Natural History Collection

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ETNHC and International Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies Announce Partnership

 

The East Texas Natural History Collection is proud to be the first North American Host and partner with the International Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies. The Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies  is a peer reviewed international Open Access Journal which is abstracted in various reputed databases. The Journal provides a platform with the aim of motivating students and personnel in all fields of Zoology.

The Journal publishes review and research articles in all fields of Zoology.

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