Education: Lifelong Learning via Sculpture
Growth in aesthetic perception and appreciation of diversity in nature is increasingly important in a technologically dominated world. The thirty-one sculptures on display have great appeal, and can inspire and nurture a sense of wonder from the youngest to oldest in our community. Through thoughtful interaction of observation, discovery, and touch, creativity often unfolds. Various forms of involvement might emerge such as writing a story or poem about a selected sculpture to a group photo shoot. Some local art teachers have developed a variety of scavenger hunts. Locating tiny to huge objects is an easy start. On-site group guided discussions on the broad range of sculptural processes and a subject has been very popular. Other ideas could be developed, implemented and shared independently.
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