New Mexico was a very different place during the Ice Age. Join artist Matt Celeskey for a brief look at the changes in paleoart depictions of the Ice Age and its megafauna from the 19th to the 21st Centuries, then try your hand at it yourself. Using the Museum's amazing Ice Age Hall as a starting point, we will examine the bones, review the latest science, then add muscles, teeth, and skin to create a living mammal from the Ice Age. For adults and interested children ages 13 and up. Anatomy handouts and basic drawing materials will be provided. Feel free to bring your favorite sketching supplies (no tripods, easels, or wet media please).
Limit 20 participants.