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Comparative Anatomy: Animals and Us

Comparative Anatomy: Animals and Us

Brain Anatomy & Drawing with Jeff Leake, Teaching Artist and 2012 & 2015 Artist in Residence, and NW Noggin, Partner Organization

Jeff Leake led in-school residencies at two of Caldera’s Arts Partner schools: Terrebonne Community School and Elton Gregory Middle School in Redmond. Students explored the structures that exist in the brain and how they work. Students examined real brains, both animal and human. They then developed and drew animals they invented with specific adaptations related to their brain structure, how they survive, and their environments. Large-scale group drawings were created with all students’ animals represented as well as the environments in which students chose for the animals to exist.

Students: 98 students at Elton Gregory Middle School and Terrebone Community School.

Location: In-school Residencies at Terrebonne Community School and Elton Gregory Middle School

Year: 2015

 

 

 

 

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