Final days: Environmental art project – through May 1st 2016

Join Terry Thirion:  Saturday April 30, 12-4 with art discussion starting at 2PM Meet-and-Greet, a chance to network, talk about the art, the mission of the Disappearing Frogs Project and how this types of events can continue to make a greater impact. WHERE? : Museum of Life and Science in Durham NC Open Hours of Museum: [...]

NC regional artists join artists from around the country and Canada to illuminate important environmental issues

The Disappearing Frogs Project (DFP) in partnership with the Amphibian Survival Alliance (ASA) and the Museum of Life and Science (MLS) in Durham, NC is hosting a unique art exhibit. Over 100 artists have donated up to 200 original works of art, each capturing their personal perspective of the threatened extinction of amphibians due to [...]

Art and Science converge at the Museum of Life and Science, March 17

NC regional artists join science experts to illuminate important environmental issues The Disappearing Frogs Project (DFP), in partnership with the Amphibian Survival Alliance (ASA), and the Museum of Life and Science (MLS) in Durham, North Carolina is hosting an Art Reception and Science Panel Thursday, March 17, 2016 beginning at 6:00 p.m. Over 100 regional [...]

Disappearing Frogs Project leaps into action in the Triangle and Sandhills in 2016

Art and science team up to highlight extinction threat The Disappearing Frogs Project (DFP), in partnership with the Amphibian Survival Alliance (ASA), is bringing environmental awareness events to the Triangle and Sandhills region beginning in February 2016. DFP—a grassroots environmental art project—invites professional and emerging artists to create and submit artworks to support the mission [...]

The Other Toy Story

Joyce Dallal’s “The Other Toy Story” sculpture on display at The Projective Eye Gallery at UNC Charlotte Center City, is a 10 foot tall trash-receptacle “baby-doll” that is fed used plastic toys. If you are interested in finding out how to get these doll babies in another location get in touch with the “Disappearing Frogs Project.” [...]

Disappearing Frogs Project at Amphibian Awareness Day! Ashboro North Carolina

The Disappearing Frogs Project was invited to participate at the Amphibian Awareness Day in Ashboro North Carolina on April 26th, 2014. Two artist volunteers Cynthia Taylor and Terry Thirion, set up tables and easels and invited children and their parents to draw their interpretation of frogs/amphibians. [nzs_slider] [nzs_slides title="Father and Daughter drawing frogs with Terry [...]