Last Wednesday, January 19th, a few of the TTF staff attended the Project Flow Art Show at the Fairmount Water Works Interpretive Center. The show displayed the work of students from the Project Flow summer camp, a six-week program that invites students to explore water as artists, scientists, historians and social activists.
On display were a variety of paintings, silk screens and photos that explored water issues — ranging from illegal dumping and industrial pollution to inaccessibility of clean water in third world countries. The quality of the work was amazing and the students provided moving descriptions of what led them to pick particular themes and media.
Check out some photos from the show:
A silk screen by Magalie and Ta’Nisha representing the difficulty obtaining clean water in Africa.
Collaborative Goose Painting
For more information visit: http://www.germantownfriends.org/projectflow