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Art in the Menomonee Valley

"Pollinators and Prairies" by Escuela Verde's Field Research Team

December 2019 - February 2020

Opening Reception: Thursday, December 12, 4 - 6 p.m.

In Escuela Verde's Field Research Team, students explore the natural world around them through the practice of community science. Works in this show speak out about issues of conservation, preservation, climate change and environmental justice.

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Honoring Mother Earth

March - May 2020

Opening Reception: Thursday, March 12, 5 - 7 p.m.

SunflowerAt Indian Community School, we recognize our connection to the land, water, our ancestors, and theAt Indian Community School, we recognize our connection to the land, water, our ancestors, and theother caregivers who came before us. ChicoryRooted in the belief that food is medicine, we take great care ingrowing and tending gardens on our school grounds. Our entire school benefits from the gifts of ourgarden as we harvest each season.Fourth grade students took some time to study the gardens, as well as explore their surroundings withan artistic eye. Using keen photographic and observational skills, they created paintings of their findings.Early artists in K5 worked collaboratively with their “Repairing Together” counterparts at MilwaukeeJewish Day School to create giant collages of the same natural landscape. ICS Kinder artists finishedthem up with paint and pastel rubbing.We honor Mother Earth by taking care of her and celebrating her beauty and gifts.

Artwork by K5 and 4th graders

Indian Community School, 2019-2020

Art Teacher: Christina Ramirez




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