The El Paso Museum of Archaeology and Tom Lea Institute present geology professor, Eric Kappus, who offers a PowerPoint presentation that will include images of Tom Lea’s paintings. Plus, In a few leisurely walks, Eric points out trails and vistas Tom understood and loved enough to want to share them with others.
Eric Kappus is a geology professor at El Paso Community College and a Ph.D. student in the Department of Geological Sciences, the University of Texas at El Paso. Eric discovered and is studying over 1000 dinosaur footprints found in the mountains of the El Paso/Juárez region. He has over 15 years experience as an interpretive naturalist, environmental educator, geology and education consultant with groups such as Celebration of Our Mountains, Texas Master Naturalist, U.S. and Mexican governments, corporations and local school districts.
This program is limited to 25 pre-registered participants. To register call the Museum of Archaeology at 915-755-4332.
Eric will distribute a map and directions to the stops for the walks at the beginning of his talk and participants will carpool or drive on their own after his talk. The program, including the walks, may end at around 4:30 – 5:00 pm due to drive and walk time.
This program is co-sponsored by the Tom Lea Institute and the El Paso Museum of Archaeology.