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Lecture Series

holding butterflyFrequent lectures held at Selby Gardens’ Downtown Sarasota campus offer insights from thought leaders from around the globe.

Selby Gardens is committed to sharing its unique plant collections, botanical and archaeological research, and exhibition programs with the public. The Botanical and Historical Briefings lecture series is offered monthly fall to spring featuring presentations on topics including plants and conservation; regional history; and exhibitions and education.

Virtual Botanical and Historical Briefings are a member and donor benefit and will be offered to these individuals via an email invitation. 

Botanical Briefing:

Bringing into Focus: The Seeing the Invisible Exhibition at Historic Spanish Point

Wednesday, January 19, Noon to 1 p.m.

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Join us for a behind the scenes look at the Seeing the Invisible augmented reality contemporary art exhibition at Historic Spanish Point.

Presenters: Hannah Rendell, executive director of strategic development at Jerusalem Botanical Gardens, David Berry, vice president of visitor engagement and chief museum curator, Kelsie Childs, manager and registrar, museum exhibitions