Taxidermy 101:

The Art and Science of Taxidermy

by Mickey Alice Kwapis
 

Are you interested in taxidermy, but aren't sure if you'd be able to participate in the craft yourself? Whether you're a bit squeamish or just curious to learn more about the topic before delving into a full-blown class, we've got the event for you.

Join us in welcoming Cleveland-based, internationally recognized, licensed taxidermist Mickey Alice Kwapis as she presents the art of taxidermy. Learn about the history of the process, techniques used in modern art and science, and a Q&A session. Light hors d'ouvres and a selection of beverages will be provided. Come mingle, learn something new, and see what kind of surprises we have up our sleeves!

To learn more about Mickey's full day class, click here.

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Location
451 Christie St. Toronto, ON. M6G 3C7

Classes
Friday, February 6th

Time
7:00-8:30 pm

What the class provides
all supplies and materials

 

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Price
$25 + HST

Feel free to email us with any other questions 
hello@actionpotentiallab.ca

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Participants must be registered prior to the commencement of the event. Once payment is received, a confirmation will be emailed to you. Receipt of payment secures your place in the event. There are no refunds for missed events. Refunds will not be given after the event has taken place.


 


Teacher Bio

Mickey Alice Kwapis is a professionally trained, licensed taxidermist and traveling taxidermy instructor. She has been working professionally in the taxidermy industry since March of 2012. Known internationally for her pop-up classes, Mickey teaches students everything they need to know to mount small mammals using traditional, museum-quality skin study specimen preservation techniques from start to finish in one class session. Mickey practices sustainable taxidermy methods and has worked and taught at such institutions as the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland, the Houston Museum of Natural Science, the Audubon Zoo, and the University of Sydney Veterinary Science department.