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by Janice Sharp and Deborah Shaw

Biodiversity Heritage Library LogoThe Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL) is a global consortium of natural history and botanical libraries that cooperate to digitize their collections of natural history, botanical, and research libraries for use by the public all over the world. The BHL has digitized millions of pages, including: 134,030 titles, 221,383 volumes, 53,893,194 pages.

Do you use the Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL) to teach, inform or inspire your artwork?
If so, BHL has an opportunity for you to share your artwork with the biodiversity community and talk about BHL’s impact on your work.

BHL is looking for artists in the Southern California area to be featured in the BHL User blog series and/or potentially speak at the 2018 BHL Annual Meeting, to be hosted at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County on 13 March 2018.

More details about each are below. If you are interested in participating in one or both of these opportunities, please contact Grace Costantino.

Participate at the BHL Annual Meeting
BHL is looking for an artist from the Los Angeles area to speak about their work and use of BHL as part of a panel of BHL users at the 2018 BHL Annual Meeting.
When? 13 March 2018
Where? Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

BHL User Blog Series
“BHL and Our Users” is a monthly blog series on the BHL blog in which we interview BHL users about their work and use of BHL. The series offers an opportunity to showcase your work to a wide audience.

Explore the series on the blog here: https://s.si.edu/BHLUsers
Learn more about participating in the series here: https://s.si.edu/BHLUserSubmission

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