Play Scotland invite you to submit art with the theme - Play in all Seasons - and win £100 in vouchers for your school or nursery. Email scans or photos (preferred option) of any artwork to email@example.com or post to us at Play Scotland, 8b Macdonald Road, Edinburgh, EL7 4LZ, [...]
The Children and Nature Network share news (July 2023) on how a nature preschool in South Carolina, USA, partnered with local Latinx organizations. Together, they guide students in creating “alebrijes” — a traditional Mexican art form involving the carving of wood into imaginative or mythical creatures. Check out the story [...]
Check out the Wild Escape Project, which connects art and nature. Find a museum or gallery near you, and explore teacher resources. This project supports children and young people to develop collective digital artwork and interact with natural themes.
This Scotland’s Nature blog post (17 July 2023), features Sekai Machache, a Zimbabwean-Scottish visual artist and curator based in Glasgow. Sekai looks at the notion of self, using photography to explore the historical and cultural imagination. A fascination with climate change and Scotland’s peatlands has led to a striking set [...]
Checkout this new Field Studies Council guest blog. Lizzie Harper, a freelance natural history and botanical illustrator, shares her learning about the natural world and how Field Studies Council courses help with her work. Plus, it includes a selection of her fantastic illustrations!