CNRS Welcomes Ray Troll, Alaskan Artist, Author and Humorist ~ February 27

February 12, 2019
Please join us for an entertaining and thought-provoking seminar with special guest speaker Ray Troll - "Cruising the fossil coastline and other explorations in art and science" on Wednesday, February 27 from 2:00-4:00 pm in the College Creek: Great Hall. 
Artist Ray Troll has spent over half of his 65 years on the planet in the geologically rich state of Alaska. When Ray moved to Ketchikan in 1983 he brought with him a life-long love of all things prehistoric. Over the decades he has carved out a unique artistic career becoming well known for his quirky, off beat fish-centric humor. Over the course of his career he began to establish working relationships with numerous marine biologists and ichthyologists and eventually found himself returning to his first love in life, paleontology.
This event is free and open to the campus community--We hope you'll join us!
Northtown Books-Arcata will be hosting an evening book signing event the same day.

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