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Did you know that legendary artist Leonardo Da Vinci helped to create the scientific method? In this video, we explore the world of insects through the lens of science. It turns out they do a lot for humans, and we can do a lot to keep these bugs from becoming more threatened. Our final work is an insect-patterned postcard in the style of artist Christopher Marley.
Travel 20 years into the future with Miss Raychel 2040. Learn how to draw pop-up buildings and robots on this eco-city adventure. Your imagination will help you design a futuristic city that prevents and cleans-up pollution. Let’s go!
Join Miss Raychel in making a funky fish with items you can find around your house. Grab some cardboard (or a piece of paper), a pencil, some markers, crayons, or even paints. Then look around for items that typically go to waste. Try using bottle caps, buttons, junk mail, yarn, or any other funky materials that will make your fish shine! This is an engaging, all-ages art activity that celebrates the protection of vibrant oceans by considering waste management.
The Mexican Artist Frida Kahlo was considered by many to be a folk artist and magic realist. In this EcoArts lesson we explore a little of her history, and create a beautiful piece that combines her masterpiece “The Frame” and her use of magic realism. Get ready to learn something about endangered species!