Suggested Grades: 3-12 MTA: Allyson Comstock – Antarctica: Micro: A Disappearing Continent
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In 2013, Allyson journeyed to Palmer Station on the Antarctic Peninsula to participate in the National Science Foundation’s Antarctic Artists and Writers Program. She spent seven weeks working alongside scientific research teams, learning about their research projects with the goal of incorporating that research into a suite of drawings.
Mary Frances Whitfield: Why? is a collaborative exhibition between the Abroms- Engel Institute for the Visual Arts at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute.
Philadelphia-based artist Quentin Morris uses a variety of mediums to explore issues surrounding identity, race, spirituality, and cultural mythologies. What’s most interesting about this work is that for...
Join AEIVA on a 30-minute tour featuring AEIVA Exhibitions customized to your group and followed by a hands-on activity with a teaching artist. Each tour can feature interactive...
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