Thursday, Nov. 30th or Friday, Dec. 15th
Friday, Dec. 1st
This program will be broadcasted twice on all dates.
Times: 9:10am PT (12:10pm ET) or 10:10am PT (1:10pm ET)
Duration: 45 minutes
Target Audience: Kindergarten - 3rd Grade and 4th Grade - 12th Grade
Interactivity Options: Teacher using a Chat Box
Art Inspiring Action, CalCoast as your Muse
Art is often inspired by nature, and it can also inspire the imagination and actions of the people who see it. Join us to find your own artistic inspiration as we dive into exploring the creativity and action of other artists throughout time.
California has 1,270 miles of mainland coast that is home to millions of people, plants and animals. Throughout California’s rich history, the coastal environment has been a muse that has inspired many artists. What about these natural environments inspires people to create magnificent works of art? Why are these areas so special?
During this program we will teach methods of how scientists create and use art, as well as showcase other styles of art from early pioneering naturalists to the contemporary artists of our time.
This special live event supports the California Coastal Commission's Annual Art and Poetry Contest.
Students get to see and hear the Academy expert, and teachers will enter comments and questions into a text-based chat window.
To participate you must have the following technology available:
- Desktop, laptop computer, or tablet.
- Strong internet connection; a wired connection is preferable.
- An updated version of the free application Zoom installed on your computer or tablet.
- If you have a large class we also recommend having a projector and speakers.
Groups are limited to no more than 75 students and no more than 3 classes for a single connection.