The Birds and the Bees explores the significance of pollinators through the Witte Museum’s diverse series, presenting lovely landscapes showcased in Texas artwork, a wide array of flowering plants and bug specimens, fossils relationship lower back to the Cretaceous Period, Fiesta® robes and artifacts representing the cultural significance of pollinators. This exhibition may be on display from October 5, 2018, via March 17, 2019, in the Russell Hill Rogers Texas Art Gallery and the Laura and Sam Dawson Gallery and is protected in Museum Admission.
In this exhibition, visitors will discover the numerous extraordinary styles of pollinators, the role of a flowering plant’s beauty for survival and an appreciation of their splendor that has attracted people and artists for heaps of years. Visitors can decorate their enjoy with an interactive thing that explores how pollinators affect all elements of Texas Deep Time across the Witte Museum campus and in the course of Texas. The Birds and the Bees: Pollinators in Nature, Science and Culture is offered by the San Antonio River Authority and generously supported with the aid of the City of San Antonio Department of Arts and Culture.