Treasured Legacies chronicles the Desert Museum’s years of dynamic conservation programming while celebrating Priscilla Baldwin’s contributions to the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum (ASDM). Through photographs and Priscilla’s scratchboard art, this beautiful book includes a history of the ASDM, from its establishment in 1952, to ongoing initiatives that continue the founders’ vision of conservation, preservation, and education.
Experience the magic of Hal Gras’ Desert Ark, a beloved outreach program that brought desert animals to schools and organizations for more than 30 years, teaching generations of children - and adults - to enjoy and respect the natural world.
Soar with majestic birds of prey in the modern conservation experience called Raptor Free Flight.
Learn about the highly successful conservation art education programs of the Art Institute.
Look ahead to the future of conservation for zoos and aquariums.
Revel in the scratchboard art of Priscilla Baldwin, an internationally-recognized artist and long-time conservationist, and discover the Sonoran Desert through her message of Conservation: The Gift of Life, a series of unique artworks celebrating successes in conservation stewardship.
Priscilla and her husband, Michael, are responsible for the founding of the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum’s Art Institute, which features art education classes, gallery exhibitions, an Artist-in-Residence Program, and a permanent Museum art collection. Priscilla has been a critical voice in furthering ASDM’s conservation efforts through art, art education, and the Museum at large.
Book release is scheduled for 2021. It is a publication of ASDM Press. Primary contributors are Priscilla Baldwin, Craig Ivanyi, Peggy Larson, and Anne Warner.
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