Living Education, Training, and Lifelong Learning Art Course Educates Students on Green Initiatives

Art Course Educates Students on Green Initiatives
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A sustainable art course is being offered for a second time this semester as part of the Enlighten Project. The goal of the Enlighten Project is to educate the campus as a whole about how much of our daily lives are devoted to consuming and disposing, according to the Enlighten Project website.

Some of the projects that the sustainable art class are working on range from recycled journals made from used books and recycled paper to the Clothing Swap, which involves students bringing their used clothes and swapping them for clothes brought in by other students, to a glass mural made with glass from campus that the recycling center doesn't take. One group is making seed paper, which is in turn being used by many of the other groups to complete their projects.


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