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Presented in conjunction with Inspiring Change for the Climate Crisis (i3C) exhibit on view in April

Come discover what cardboard and coyotes have to do with each other – and with the environment – in a creative and collaborative way. What a better day to celebrate Earth Month than learning an art process using sustainable practices! 

This hands-on workshop will include the theme of celebrating nature and the human connection to it, informing on a local fauna representative, the adaptable – and at times feared and even despised – coyote, and the adaptation they have to go through in the current evolving ecosystem due to climate change. In addition, the workshop will provide a learning opportunity to creatively reuse an everyday object, cardboard – a seemingly limiting material that offers endless possibilities – as repurposed material, while meditating on society’s consumerism and waste. During this event, participants will build a 2D coyote using environmentally/sustainable and biodegradable materials. Leaders will provide stencils and models to inspire individual or group projects. Other i3C artists will build samples and facilitate participants’ creations.


Participants should bring to the workshop 4 pieces of cardboard from boxes of favorite products (cereal, etc) that they generally consume, like or gravitate to, that is, that are relevant to their lives. This will make their creations more personal, like a self-portrait, with personal meaning.

Registration for this FREE event closes on Friday, April 14 at 5:00pm

  • Hosted By

    BioMed Realty

  • Date

    April 16, 2023 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

  • Location

    CAA @ Canal
    650 E Kendall Street, Cambridge, MA, 02142