CREATIVE LOOK ON PLASTIC POLLUTION
JUNE 6 – JUNE 12
Germantown Friends School’s C.O.R.A.L. (Conserving Oceans, Reefs, and Aquatic Life) CLUB will present an outdoor art installation along Tookany Creek in High School Park entitled A CREATIVE LOOK ON PLASTIC POLLUTION. This exhibition gives us the opportunity to recognize the United Nation’s World Oceans Day on JUNE 8 by raising awareness about the current problem of plastic pollution in our waters.
See the information the students prepared here.
1,663 by @victoriav.davis represents the number of young people killed by guns in the US each year. The cloak is made with precisely 1,663 rings to remember each life lost. Join us for an artist talk and walk this Sunday, June 6th at 1 pm where Victoria will discuss the project and it’s significance. The installation will be on display until June 30. @cheltenhampatwp #friendsofhighschoolpark #elkinsparkpa #outdoorartinstallation #gunviolenceawareness #activistart
TRASHED an exhibition by the 11th Grade Project Based Learning students at Cheltenham High School, will be on display in High School Park until Tuesday, June 2nd. The Friends of High School Park were very happy to welcome the students and their well researched artworks to the park with a reception on Tuesday, May 25.
The students aim to educate the community about the problems plastics create for the environment. Student work will be displayed near the main entrance, accompanied by upcycled lawn signs that explain startling information related to our environmental crisis.
Exhibited along with student work is “Fountain: Life Support System for a Collapsed Economy II” by Cheltenham waste artist Simone Spicer, who has had her work exhibited around the region, including an installation at the Philadelphia International Airport.