Be apart of something exciting! Art and science go hand-in-hand with ISCAP. Students research and explore. Then use recycled and repurposed materials to paint, draw, sculpt, weave, build, photograph, write poetry and prose, compose music and dance. Students may work in groups or individually to create masterpieces to express their understanding of the planet and a shared awareness of local and global environmental needs.
Asbury Memorial United Methodist Church in Savannah, Georgia graciously hosted the April 2018 ISCAP art show. The show was very well received by the community and the church. Therefore, the church enthusiastically agreed to host our first art sale.
Sale setup will be Friday, February 8, 11-4pm, and Saturday, February 9, 9-11am. Sale is Saturday, February 9, 1-4pm.
Art will be priced from $2 to $200. Proceeds to help fund ISCAP and Asbury Memorial UMC’s Children’s Education Fund.