Field Guide: Seeing Summer
About the Workshop
Saturday August 7 • 11AM – 1PM • Pre-Registration Required • All Ages Welcome • Free!
Join Socrates Director of Eduction Douglas Paulson & Educator Christina Delfico of iDig2Learn for a workshop that weaves art-making and plant identification together! We will explore the Park, learn about what’s growing around us, and try some drawing and seeing techniques. No prior experience with drawing or plant identification is necessary.
This workshop is the second in a three-part series: Seeing Spring, Seeing Summer, & Seeing Fall. You can participate in any or all of the three workshops in the series!
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About the Educators
Socrates’ Director of Education Douglas Paulson is a Queens-based artist who loves the sounds of spring. Doug’s practice is expansive, weaving together sprawling social projects in public space; to intimate drawings, books, and sound experiments. www.douglaspaulson.com
Christina Delfico is the founder of iDig2Learn, which allows children and their families to explore science and the origin of food through plant life. Plants serve as the gateway to lifelong discovery of all the living things in our water, sky, and land. When one stops and truly sees the marvels of all things, big and small, one can better protect them recognizing how vital they are to our life on earth.
Christina’s early career was dedicated to creating and producing children’s media with Sesame Workshop which helped her recognize the joy of learning at every age. iDig2Learn is a project of Open Space Institute, Inc. a nonprofit 501(c)3 public charity.