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New Naturalist Field Station - Kelsi Turner Tjernagel: The Write Place

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Date: Friday, March 17th, 2023
Time: 5:00-7:00 p.m. Drop-in exhibit opening
          6:30-7:00 p.m. Optional free writing workshop, registration required
Location: Montana Natural History Center

Refreshments provided

Join us for the opening of our brand-new exhibit: Kelsi Turner Tjernagel: The Write Place.

Our rotating Naturalist Field Station showcases local naturalists at work in their community. This latest installation of our Naturalist Field Station features Bozeman writer and visual artist Kelsi Turner Tjernagel.  

Kelsi’s work has its roots in field journals, still life paintings, abstraction, and the curious treasures with which her children fill their pockets. She is delighted when art, science, conservation and spirit overlap. In our new exhibit, you’ll step into Kelsi’s studio to learn about what inspires her and how she has developed her writing practice. Exercise your imagination, boost your creativity, and practice the art of nature writing! Refreshments are provided for this drop-in event.

Optional: Join Kelsi for a half-hour writing workshop at the end of the evening! You’ll work with her to practice observation skills, delve into creativity exercises, and learn some of her tips and tricks to improving your nature writing. This portion of the evening is free, but advance registration is required.


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