By Sharol Nelson-Embry

A Bufflehead mounted specimen provided an opportunity for students to examine a bird up close.

Her voice rang out over the excited young artists, “Who knows what ‘nurture’ means?”  Small hands shot up in the air, anxious to share their new knowledge.  Two kindergarten classes from Maya Lin in Alameda, a new Arts Magnate School, were here to participate in an art and science field trip.  Ginny Parsons is an Environmental Artist with her work currently featured in the “Nurture/Nature” exhibit at Rhythmix Culture Center in Alameda.  Her large canvases and found-board paintings line the
Source: Quest

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