Sketching requires few materials that we might use throughout our everyday lives. Whenever we walk outside and immerse ourselves in nature, we can capture lines, shapes and details with a pencil and some paper sheets. Drawing and getting creative with natural elements help us familiarize with the environment in which we live and learn about... Continue Reading →
Our first workshop of the semester was a sculpting workshop. During the workshop, we led members through the step-by-step process on sculpting and also gave members a calendar of events for the semester. Check out some of the results!
ArtEco worked with schools in Ann Arbor to put together an exhibit on youth -created art pieces inspired by the environment. ArtEco members collaborated with Ann Arbor teachers from Abbot Elementary, Burns Park Elementary, Skyline High School, and En Nuestra Lengua, visited the classrooms and presented information to students about climate change and conservation. Students... Continue Reading →
We had the wonderful opportunity to have scientific illustrator, John Megahan, lead us through a workshop to practice techniques on scientific illustration.