Ages 6 - 9
Every other Tuesday: October 22, November 5, November 19, December 3
3pm - 6pm

Storytelling through art and science.

In this workshop we'll explore the intersection of science, story and creativity: in the sky, in our dreams, in plants and bodies and across geological time.

We’ll create a magical and storied environment to explore the scientific world around us, with our hands and with all of our senses: digging through layers of ancient rocks, looking at our cells through microscopes, building dioramas, making sunprints, creating our own mythologies and constellations. Weaving together scientific exploration, storytelling, and making, this is an adventure into the micro and the macro of the world's phenomena, from ants to infinity (and beyond).

A workshop with Cara Turett and Nicole LoBue.

Cara Turett is an artist, graphic designer, and educator based in Hudson, NY. She has taught horticulture to elementary school students with the Horticultural Society of New York and the Harlem Children's Zone, and has taught art at the Hudson Opera House, Columbia Girls Secure Center, and Kite's Nest. Cara is passionate about trees, biology, and exploring the natural world of Columbia County.