UMOCA’s Art Truck Hibernates for the Winter
With the Art Truck on hiatus until the spring brings back warmer weather, take a look back at some exceptional educational moments from this fall. The Art Truck currently exhibits Calder Kamin’s artwork exploring animals that live in urban environments, which will remain on display through the spring and summer.
Students at Monticello Academy are eager to share their interpretations of the artwork.
Students and visitors of all ages participate in Calder’s hands-on art project, creating their own bird decals to prevent window strikes at home!
When thinking about human’s relationships with animals and the issues that may arise within those relationships, some students think it’s best to find a different perspective.
Calder’s Love Listening Stations always bring out a smile.
For more information or to request a free visit by the Art Truck to your school or organization, visit www.utahmoca.org/art-truck/. You can also contact Elly Baldwin directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 801-328-4201 x122.