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Sylvette Frasier, a graduate student of the Charter College of Education is spearheading a program titled, “Connecting Children to Art in Nature.” As the program founder, she goes to schools or a school setting like museums and develops a curriculum. This curriculum would connect children to nature with art projects all while incorporating lessons about nature in the curriculum.
Some contemporary philosophers warn that our separation from nature puts our psychological and physical health at risk. “The Absorbed Landscape” is Artist Joy Kreves’ way of combating “nature deficit disorder” by returning the public’s attention to the textures, shapes and color of the world.
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