sustainable artist yanni and environmental educator kylie engage children with the story of beach-litter art "Murtle the Turtle" and turtles' lifecycle. 

children recover and re-use litter to make collaborative art 4 eARTh , 

primary school

early childhood

Unitywater sponsored FREE Project for Year 6 classes*

in Noosa, Sunshine Coast and Moreton Bay.

* up to 990 students in 2017

               Includes:        eARTh-ed incursion to make Art 4 Oceans

          Tangaroa Blue Foundation Beach Clean Up (with bus transport)

                                     Tangaroa Blue Foundation Creek Clean Up (near school)

            Data reported to the Australian Marine Debris Initiative Clean Up

Contact Kylie for information on

ArtAction4Oceans@gmail.com



yanni and kylie engage students with beach-litter art and plan a creative sustainable action plan for their school environment. 

students make collaborative art 4 eARTh to promote their project to peers and the wider community. 

Curriculum links: English, Maths, Science, Geography and the Arts

Sustainability: Systems, World Views & Futures


art

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eARTh

Curriculum links: Science, History, Geography, Economics & Business, Technology, Work Studies and the Arts

Sustainability: Systems, World Views & Futures


secondary school

Early Years Framework links:

  • children are connected with and contribute to their world.
  • empathise with and express concern for others.
  • reflect on their actions and consider consequences for others

Curriculum links: F-2 Technology

Sustainability: Futures

Art Action 4 Oceans

art 4 eARTh is created to share a message about the environment. we use plastic litter or found items to create meaningful environmental art installations. 

art 4 eARTh 

New for eARTh-ed in 2017 

yanni and kylie engage learners with beach-litter art, stories & poetry. 

learners pledge to reduce plastic consumption and make collaborative art 4 eARTh to share their environmental message,