with Chloe Sweig.
Students will explore how science and the arts intersect. Through hands-on activities and innovative projects they will combine their left and right brains. Utilizing their investigative skills they will be scientists of their own creative world.
Some of the activities will include creating your own kaleidoscope, Escher inspired tessellations, balloon bubble creatures, musical mosaics and mobiles, scientific journals, composing a song, and Gyotaku (Japanese art of fish imprints).