Audubon Go

95.2.1 Audubon Black tailed Hare

October 7, 2016 – February 26, 2017
Durham Children's Museum

John James Audubon (1785-1851)
Black-Tailed Hare
1845
Lithograph
1995.002.001
Gift of Mary de Compiegne in Memory of Margaret H. Wallace

 

Featuring images from the Museum of the Southwest’s Audubon Quadrupeds of North America collection, this Durham Children’s Museum exhibition is designed for visitors to explore Audubon’s artwork by collecting and constructing their own creatures. Guests can use a map of Audubon’s discoveries to investigate the exhibition and even design their own map of animals one might find while visiting different environments in Texas. Incorporating the recent “Pokemon Go” craze, visitors can also create art to be taken home by capturing creatures at Audubon stops throughout the exhibition, or add their own personal touch to an ever-changing community mural.

Don't forget to take an #AudubonSelfie to post on the Museum of the Southwest's Facebook page!

Where To Find Us

Museum of the Southwest
1705 W. Missouri Ave.
Midland, TX 79701
432.683.2882