Join us for this special, one-day Spring Break workshop in collaboration with Aspen Science Center! At the intersection of art and science, we’ll observe patterns that exist in nature, and manipulate patterns in order to create art. Learn how science can inspire and improve artistic endeavors, and how you can explore scientific concepts as an artist. You’ll use scientific skills to learn about the behavior of materials, and apply what you discover toward creating. Together we’ll investigate patterns that show up when a pendulum swings, or in how the properties of light affect your art, then we’ll design, paint, and build products that may surprise you. Find out what you can invent when you blend the creativity of an artist and a scientist!
Katherine Bell is the Children’s Program and Outreach Manager at Anderson Ranch Arts Center. Katherine is a native of Colorado and received her BA from Colorado College with a degree in Art History and Studio Art. She has worked with communities in the Bay Area, South America, and Colorado engaging children through art for the last ten years.
Maya Hunt is the Educational Programs Manager for the Aspen Science Center. Her science background is physics and astronomy and she has worked as an educator previously in both formal and informal settings. She loves bringing scientific thought into different settings and making science fun and accessible to everyone.
Tuition: $85 Preregistration strongly encouraged – Please call Katherine Bell at (970) 924-5044 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Located at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in the Siegel Children’s Building.