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Cape Gazette FRIDAY. APRIL 6 - MONDAY. APRIL 9. 2012 91 artists and arts education, and sponsors exhibits and programs that reflect the diversity of the community in an historic setting and in partnership with other organizations. - new meas lives or make it easier. Innovation is often aCcredited engineering, and math - however art and de'. - innovation process as well. No new product can come to market withou illustration of a new concept to engage inve, the manufacturer what equipment tobuild - into something that can be seen and tofiched to science, technology, ;ign play a crucial role in the the use of art. Whether it is an tors, or a drawing needed to inform trt helps innovators shape their idea In a day where educators are pressed to improve test scores - art can be left behind. But it is through art that students learn how imagination can help mold new concepts together to build functional concepts. The, sciences and math are also fu disciplines to achieve their masterpieces thr and volume; the chemistry of mixed texturei structures. uctures, better theories, and new ndamental to art. Artists apply these .ugh a solid tmderstanding of depth and colors, and the physics of art education to children who live in challen with math and science concepts on a weekly On April 22, the Art League will host an ROCKS SCIENCE. This immersiveand The Rehoboth Art League believes art is fuqdamental to academic achievement. In fact, research shows that art is a pathway Io improved learning. Through its visual arts outreacla program, the Art Leagud provides after school and Summer ,ring environments - connecting art basis. a ' " "' ..... rt STEM mlhatlve, with the inclusion of a inspire Science, Technology Engineering ar trts and science expo; called ART un EXPO supports the national create "'STEAM" - using Art to d Math. From 11 am to 3pro in the Chambers building at the Art League campqs, producers from business, academia, school enrichment groups, and community leaders will provide informative, yet fun science and math activilies paired with art to create engaging workstations for students ofaU agls to participate. i :ii'encurage you to stop by and see wha!- e3 creations can unfold when art intersects with the sciences. Visit the eho , oth Art League website to leam more about its Arts in the communi i ?iinit atives and tlae upcoming ART ROCKS SCIENCE EXPO: .... -Sheila Bravo, Executive Director of the Rehoboth Art League UPCOMING FOR THE New works by A1 Corkran and s OF ART: CANVAS AND CORKS Step by step instruction on creating your very ~wn work of art. Next class create These fun bottles Thursday, April 19, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Instructor: William Patterson $35 members / $40 future members All Levels, BYOB. Adults 21+ FEATURED CLASS Watercolor Journaling Discover the joys of creating a watercolor journal as a memento of your travels - around the world or around your neighborhood. Monday, April 30 to Thursday, May 3 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Instructor: Rosemary Connelly $100 members / $135 future members Summer Camp Registration Is Open! See Our Website For Details d Opening Reception ORBS: New works by ather Siple Homestead April 27 through May 27 for both exhibitions Friday, p.m. t9 7:00 p.m. The public is invited to attend ART ROCKS! 2 Science Expo. Earth Day, 2012 (April 22, from 11-3) Fred Comegys: ThrOugh the Selections Delaware Art Mus April 22 A Photographic Journey Collection. Rehoboth Art League programs are made possible, in part, by grants ~ from the Delaw~e Division of the Arts, astate agency dedicated to ~onor tt~ numning and supporting the arts in Delaware, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.