Art et éducation, des alliés pour l’environnement

Par Helena Vallée Dallaire – Coordinatrice pour les programmes jeunesse Depuis les dernières années, les avenues créatives sont de plus en plus empruntées afin de sensibiliser une audience plus large et diversifiée à la situation environnementale. L’art sous toute forme s’active, soit par son contenu, son message, ses composantes matérielles, ou encore l’orientation de ses…

Art as an Environmental Education Tool

By Helena Vallée Dallaire – Youth Program Coordinator In recent years, creativity and art have been increasingly used to inform a larger and more diverse audience about the importance and urgency of our environmental situation. Art has activated itself through all of its mediums: whether by using its content, its concept, its material components, or…

A Commitment to Birch Bark

By Stephanie Pheasant-Recollet, Youth Programs Assistant Working with Birch Bark had been a long-awaited skill that I had tucked away, during the Spring of 2016. Just last year, that skill resurfaced, but evolved with a newfound understanding and appreciation for the versatile material. With the guidance of my Anishinaabe culture and friends, my daughter (6)…

Learning to Love Dandelions Again

By Rosheen Tetzlaff, Summer Youth Programs Assistant at Waterlution Rosheen volunteered with the Waterlution Youth Advisory Board in 2018/19 and is currently working on their youth programming for the summer. She is a recent Environmental & Conservation Science graduate from the University of Alberta and a lover of the outdoors. This year I graduated from…