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Celebrating World Art Day!

24/04/19
World Art Day is celebrated on 15 April each year to promote awareness of creative activity worldwide.  The date was chosen to coincide with the birthday of Leonardo da Vinci the inventor, drawer, painter, sculptor, architect, scientist, musician, mathematician, engineer, writer, anatomist, geologist, astronomist, botanist, historian and cartographer. This video shows local people taking part in the event at the Rangoli Metro Art Centre in India in 2018. (Image taken from the YouTube video made by the Rangoli Metro Art Centre in India)  

Ocean Awareness Contest

03/06/20
Use the global Ocean Awareness Contest platform to help young people (aged 11-18) learn about ocean issues and celebrate World Oceans Day (8 June) through art-making and creative communication.  Your learners can explore their relationship to a changing world and become advocates for environmental action. What art will your learners choose to make?

World Oceans Day

03/06/20
Use the activities in this webinar to do with your learners to celebrate World Oceans Day (8 June). The site also has a variety of videos to explain to your learners the impact of humans on the world’s oceans. The activities require using basic items from around the house. Which activity will your learners enjoy the most?
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