We are so happy to announce that we are offering new classes on Tuesday/Thursday this Fall at Shake a Leg Miami- www.shakealegmiami.org
Expressive Earth: Art/Nature and Science: M-W-F 10am-3pm
Participants will learn Earth Sciences related to climate change. We will grow plants and learn about Florida Natives. We will be creating art related to these topics for an art show that will be presented to the public in December 2019.
Community Connections: Jobs, Cooking, Integrating: T-TH 10am-3pm
We will explore what our community has to offer regarding job/volunteer opportunities. On site training: water sports, maintenance and more. We will focus on independent life skills such as cooking and life management.
*Both sections will also include: field trips, music and movement, disability rights, socialization, reading and nutrition
We have been visiting the Center for Subtropical Affairs for a few weeks now. We would like to share a compiled video of a few of our visits. Featured in this video- we are getting acquainted with the Center, planting seeds, transplanting vegetable plants, and mixing the substrate to put into jars where students will be growing their own mushrooms! We will be posting more videos in the coming weeks and soon, student produced work. Thanks for All Your Support.
We are happy and grateful to say we have had the opportunity to work with some wonderfully talented and generous guest artists, so far this fall session!
Kerry Keeler and guest artist Neri Garcia Farraz from Pérez Art Museum Miami were able to visit us at Shake A Leg Miamithrough their community outreach program Art-2-Go . They taught our students about elements of art such as line, form, and color. They guided the class in creating a group art project they pieced together like a puzzle, which became the final piece.
Guest artist Natasha Teresa Velez came in to work with us on different ways we can use materials, such as shaped brushes and salt, to create watercolor pieces.
Thank you very much Natasha, Kerry, and Neri! Your support and guidance allowed everyone to display their incredible creativity and individuality.
The works created during these workshop’s will be part of a forthcoming art show presented by the students of Nature Links and members of the local Miami art community.
We look forward to continuing to work withPerez Art Museum Miamiin the future. Thank You again for providing this wonderful opportunity for our students.