Art+Nature+You: Info Session and Workshop for Teens
1:00pm — 4:00pm
Join us for a hands-on workshop with artist, educator, scientist, and camp instructor Hara Woltz. Spend the afternoon at the Art Center and try out a variety of drawing and collage materials as you create your own mini field notebook. Learn more about our summer camp for teens and about Storm King’s history, collection, and landscape. Refreshments served!
Free and open to all teens but RSVP is required. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend.
Hara Woltz is an artist and scientist who addresses the destruction and conservation of ecological systems through a variety of visual media. Field research is integral to the creation of her work, and her solo and collaborative projects investigate the relationships between humans, the environment, and other living organisms. Her art works reside in a number of private and corporate collections, and her piece, Vital Signs (2018), was on view as part of Storm King’s 2018 special exhibition Indicators: Artists on Climate Change. Woltz has worked on a number of global ecological and habitat design projects, including habitat restoration for native species in New Zealand, giant tortoise and Waved Albatross habitat assessment and restoration in Galápagos, Ecuador, and biological and cultural resilience programs in Solomon Islands, Melanesia. She consults as a visiting artist and scientist at the American Museum of Natural History, and has a studio in New York City.