The last week in February was an exciting time on Seahorse Key. The Cedar Key Arts Center’s first Artist-in-Residence, Robert Firth, was a guest of the island, courtesy of Dr. Jennifer Seavey, Assistant Director of the Seahorse Laboratory. Firth’s visit corresponded with the return of the Horseshoe Crabs to their nesting beaches, a sight he found fascinating. This is the first-ever collaboration between the University of Florida and the Cedar Key Arts Center, with hopes to offer future opportunities in what Dr. Seavey calls “art meets science.”
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