Tridentata Arts is busy researching for an upcoming grant and look what we found on the Pyramid Highway! How appropriate that we titled the project “Bones and Tumbleweed” Dig site of Columbian Mammoth, Black Rock Desert, Nevada
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Entries by artemisia3
Teenagers practice their newly acquired crochet skills by making granny squares.
We began brainstorming a project in the spring of 2018 with Stacey Black of Gerlach School. She LOVED the idea of bringing art experiences to her students in this small, rural school.
Since our Gerlach install we’ve been enjoying the beautiful long star filled summer days and nights – and reflecting. Where will Artemisia Tridentata go next?
We wanted to do a piece that addressed the impact of plastic on our planet and the albatross became our icon!
From This Valley…They Say We Are From
A collaboration between a local business and a high school can generate great things. Students were asked to design a logo for a candy company and then fill it in with their candy.
The Plastic Footprint Project
Raising awareness through collaborative art projects
Check out this amazing community art project! A group of teenagers wanted to raise awareness about the problems with single-use plastics in our environment by creating a sculpture. We decided on a giant foot of plastic water bottles stepping on the Earth, leaving a huge footprint. At the local Farmer’s Market we invited other community members to join us.
Reno High School students collected plastic bottles from campus, cut them up and strung them like garland to create a massive curtain!
Sock Monkeys and residents of The Children’s Hospital go together like chocolate and peanut butter.