Unless otherwise noted, BASNCR meetings take place at the U.S. Botanic Garden which is located on the National Mall near the Capitol. Parking is free on Sundays in front of the building. For directions, visit the USBG website.
March 22, 2020
BASNCR Spring Meeting
Program: The Power of Food for Health by Neal Barnard, President of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine and Adjunct Professor of Medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine.
Dr. Barnard will speak about the power of a plant-based diet to heal the body, reduce chronic pain, reverse disease, and maintain healthy weight. These findings are based on numerous studies he’s conducted, including an NIH-funded study on the potential of reversing type-2 diabetes. It is our hope that his talk will inspire a new focus for future botanical illustration projects, exhibitions, and possibly collaborations with Dr. Barnhard.
This meeting is open to the public, but there are only about 20 spaces available for non-BASNCR members. Register with the USBG (opens around Mid-February).
May 31, 2020
BASNCR Summer Meeting
October 4, 2020
BASNCR Annual Meeting
October 15-17, 2020
ASBA Annual Meeting & Conference
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Jan. 24 – February 9, 2020
A Celebration of Trees: The Hidden Gem of Baltimore City
Vollmer Center, Cylburn Arboretum, 4915 Greenspring Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland
May 1-2, 2020
Into the Woods: The Olmsted Woods Coloring Book
National Cathedral Flower Mart, Washington, DC
June 29 - July 26, 2020
Botanica 2020: The Art & Science of Plants
Brookside Gardens, Wheaton, Maryland
July 30 - September 6, 2020
Beautiful But Deadly
The Athenaeum, Alexandria, Virginia
For interested artists: Submission deadline is April 11, 2020
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Newsletter Submission Deadlines
February 7, 2020: Spring issue. Centerfold will feature images done in graphite and pen/ink.
April 17, 2020: Summer issue
August 21, 2020: Fall issue
Submissions (articles and images) should be emailed to Editor Joe Bailey. Send 300-dpi scanned images in JPEG format, labeled with your name, scientific and common plant names, and medium used.