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Ms. Miller’s 3D Sculpture class created mixed media sculptures of magnified pollen grains that explored the unique shapes, patterns, and textures of pollen. The sculptures were displayed at the school to showcase the incredible diversity and beauty of pollen, and raised awareness among students about this overlooked but incredibly significant aspect of our environment.
Ms. Porter’s Art Careers, Enriched Art, and Advanced Placement Studio Art classes created an art installation using handmade paper that was embedded with seeds for pollinator-friendly plants. The paper was cut into the shapes of different pollinator species and plants, and installed in the front lobby of the school by the entire student body. The entire school was invited to take one seed-paper pollinator at the end of the exhibition, to plant in their own gardens at home.
This project was made possible by a Richmond Community Foundation Impact Grant. Thanks to their support, the Richmond Art Gallery was able to partner with 3 schools, 6 artists, and 4 teachers to develop a year-long project that reached hundreds of local students and their families. Thank you!