Integrating the Arts and Natural Sciences
Willowtail Springs Nature Preserve and Education Center is thrilled to announce its 501c3 non-profit status now providing Residencies in the Arts & Sciences and Scholarship Support.
- Conserve, expand and improve the existing 60 acres of Willowtail Springs, its buildings and its diverse and rich ecosystems.
- Support and encourage those who seek to conserve, protect, and renew nature.
- Promote education through the arts and sciences.
- Provide a protected environment, allowing those practitioners to pursue their vision through exploration, reflection, research, collaboration and creative talents.
Applications for DAC-In Residence @ WTSNPEC are currently being accepted. One-week funded residencies for local artists. For more information and to apply go to durangoarts.org.
Applications for WTSNPEC one-week funded residencies are being accepted until January 30. For more information and to apply go to WTSNPEC Residencies in the Arts page.
Stay tuned: WTSNPEC is partnering with Colorado State University, CSU Extension and STEM Specialists in creating a new Natural Science Residency pilot program for elementary teachers in Montezuma County.