Students Experience Intersection Between Art and Science at Corning Museum

Posted on January 11th, 2018 by Allendale Columbia School
Students experienced the intersections between science and art as the 6th grade class with science teacher Teresa Parsons and Ceramics classes with teachers Amy Oliveri and Lori Wun visited the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, NY, on Monday, January 8th. Students could see first-hand how properties of matter change with temperature. They learned how artist use natural forces (force of gravity, centripetal force) to create art, and how different elements and compounds can change the physical properties of matter, in this case, glass. (Photos by Teresa Parsons)
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