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A Friendly Plug

We were so pleased to have the Southeast Steuben County Library participate in this year’s Garden of Fire Festival.

Partner in art, Erica Unterman, is an art adventurer currently disguised as a Youth Specialist at the public library.   35 more words

Arts Education

Mocha Diffusion in Slo-Mo

I want to share a slow-mo video of an ERHS student who spent a great deal of time experimenting with a technique called Mocha Diffusion. The technique capitalizes on the acidic properties of things like vinegar, soy sauce, tobacco and even mouthwash. 107 more words

In Detritus Do We Trust

I live in a small college town that cycles with the currents of student life. This means that Fall is a busy time, with football games and the return of students to campus, and that Summer is a quiet time where the locals of our town enjoy pedestrian-friendly streets rather than the ones populated by texting undergraduates during the academic year. 445 more words

Posts & Observations

“When the earth needs a drink, Mother Nature makes it Rain!”

There is something about the smell that lingers in the air after a rainstorm in the summer time… for me it is extremely calming and refreshing, and it brings back many memories of summers spent playing outside as a child. 487 more words

Arts Education

Looking Beyond the Form

I’ve been doing some digital organizing this summer and came across an interesting piece that a student made a few years ago. The form itself is not very interesting. 145 more words

ERHS Ceramics Portfolios

I encourage you to explore some of the ceramics portfolios Elk River High School students created during the 2015-16 school year. This was a new project designed to give students a platform for showcasing their work beyond the walls of the school. 28 more words

north elementary STEAM birdhouse project

This past semester, I participated in a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics ) education project at Morgantown’s North Elementary School. Sponsored by a grant from the… 373 more words

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