Our inspiring and very active Artist in Residence Liina Klauss developed an educational toolkit titled ‘Tools for Teachers’. She presented it also at the Art Moments – The Universal Sea Budapest Festival.
‘Tools for Teachers’ consists of a 45-minutes workshop supported by powerful vilsuals to inspire the crowd. It targets teachers, educators, activists and everyone who feels drawn to join! Liina Klauss will provide you with easy-to-adapt and concrete lesson plans and creative solutions to integrate the complex topic of marine pollution into the curriculum.
‘Curating the Beach’ outing with grade 8 students from Singapore Int. School, HK
“I want to provide educators with a tool-box of methods ranging from art-sessions to science experiments to physical education field trips, making it easy to integrate the complex topic of marine pollution into their respective curriculums. Like dropping a pebble awareness needs to spread from one person to as many people as possible.” – Liina Klauss
‘Awareness Activism Art’ outing with grade 10 students from French Int. School, HK and ‘Tracing Waste’ workshop with grade 6 students from Canadian Int. School, HK
The toolkit was created in collaboration with Aurora Robson, artist, NYC; Mandy Barker, photographer, UK; Tres Art Collective, Mexico City, Mexico; Joanna Atherton, artist, UK; Tracey Read, founder Plastic Free Seas, Hong Kong.