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At the Intersection: Where Art and Education Meet

April 25, 2015 to September 27, 2015

This exhibition features the Infusion Cohort Program, in which six professional artists collaborated with a team of educators in six elementary schools across British Columbia to discover and develop ways to bring arts integration based practices into the classroom. This learning adventure took place over three years and inspired an approach to teaching in which students construct and demonstrate understanding through an art form.

This exhibition showcases how students embodied learning through diverse art forms such as movement, painting, drawing, weaving, sculpture, sewing, dyeing, printmaking, shadow puppetry and more.

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Click the photos below to learn more about each project.

Exhibition Photos

  • Photography by Juan Martinezguerra
  • Photography by Juan Martinezguerra
  • Photography by Juan Martinezguerra
  • Photography by Juan Martinezguerra
  • Photography by Juan Martinezguerra
  • Photography by Juan Martinezguerra
  • Photography by Juan Martinezguerra



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Visitor Comments

  • "Brilliant! If only I had a chance to learn this way."
  • "I think we might be building a better society with programs like this! Well done!"
  • "The students and teachers who helped to create this exhibition should be very proud of themselves. Some of the bowls, poems and art are very advanced for their age and show true talent."
  • "Loved this space! So full of creativity!"
  • "Thank you for allowing fun and creative things to happen here!"
  • "So much fun! Our three-year-old and one-year-old had a blast!"
  • "Art is for everyone! "
  • "Rejuvenating!"

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