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Cynthia Robinson
50 Kerrie Court
Moultonborough, NH 03254

Eco art lets us imaginatively and creatively convey our concerns about the environment.
Blending art, environment & education

Programs for schools and communities that promote, through experiential learning, an appreciation and sense of stewardship for the places we live.

Eco Art a la carte programs involve, among many other things, the act of

· Art making using recycled materials
· Creative writing, nature, and art making
· Environmental art trail construction
· Community environmental advocacy

Eco art provides the means for raising awareness about specific ecological challenges in terms that everyone anywhere understands.
"Eco art allows children (of all ages!) to engage with their local landscape and to invent, build, and imagine..."
Eco art gets us actively involved in improving our environmental conditions.

To see current images of Cynthia's and her students' work: http://www.flickr.com/photos/32137460@N08/

To see Cynthia’s current and recent artwork,
visit her website:
or visit her Blog at http://connections-cynthia.blogspot.com/

Cynthia's Page at the NH State Council on the Arts

MES Art website!

"Proud Member of:"
The Arts Alliance of Northern NH
New England Consortium of Artist Professionals
The Orion Society Grassroots Network
Eco Art Network
Women Environmental Artist Directory
Women's Caucus for the Arts
New Hampshire Child in Nature Initiative
New Hampshire State Council
on the Arts, Arts in Education Roster
NEW for SUMMER 2012

The Eco Art a la Carte Teaching Studio, Growing ideas that blend the arts and place-based learning at The Arts Collaborative, 5 Winona Road, Meredith

A vision for a learning ecology: The Teaching Studio or the “LAB” is a garden, a kitchen, a place to dig into ideas, plant seeds for new colors and ideas in how the arts enrich the soil that is education.

The LAB’s Mission

To provide a space and forum for teachers, artists, teaching artists, and interested community members can:

· Grow ideas

· Experiment with materials

· Share knowledge: collaborate and discuss

· Invent and test new concepts and projects

· Refresh, Research, Revisit, Renew, and cultivate next steps

· Make and Celebrate Art: Do what we love!

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