ART/ACT:educate | art, ecology & education

Intersection of Art, Ecology & Education

A community resource hub offering tools for innovative teaching and building community across distance. Since 2017, the ART/ACT:educate program has empowered educators and students to work across disciplines, learning creatively and collaboratively to inspire the next visionary solutions to address our changing future.

Program Objectives

This program seeks to create a bridge between high school students and teachers across the U.S., connecting them through the arts while exploring environmental themes—positioning youth as the visionary leaders we need now.

2022-2023 ART/ACT: educate Fellows

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Bailey Mason
North Platte High School
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Philep Wiley
North Platte High School
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Sam Kober
Skyline High School
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Kathleen Craig
North Platte High School
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Conor Carroll
Skyline High School
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Isabella Flamel
North Platte High School
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Kisasi Brooks
Skyline High School
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Rachel Kantor
Skyline High School

Check out pictures from our Spring 2022 exchange in North Platte, Nebraska.
We were even featured on the news!

Teacher Resources

Our Teacher Resource Library contains environmental artists, classroom units and articles to help you incorporate ecology and art into your classroom.