Beauty of Water

Curriculum:

Beauty of Water is an organization with non-profit status that generates collaborative art experiences on the theme of appreciation for water in communities around the world, and creates documentation to share with the more of the public.

Among other modalities Beauty of Water activates itself through, we offer a free downloadable curriculum for a learning series that any group may use as-is or adapt as needed. We welcome your comments, suggestions, and stories.

Exhibits:

Photo documentation for several of our projects is available in slideshows. Here are some samples.

  • Two-day workshop with NISH: Deaf and hard of hearing fine arts college students from the National Institute of Speech and Hearing did spontaneous eco-art with teachers using materials found onsite, on their campus near Trivandrum, Kerala, India.
  • Three-day painting camp: a group of professional and amateur artists organized and participated in a 3-day camp on the Triprayar River near Thrissur, some images courtesy Imababu via host Udaysankar.
  • Six-month learning series with Raja Ravi Varma College of Fine Arts: featuring guest speakers, a trip to a water body, and a culminating 5-day onsite workshop, some images courtesy V.Sasikumar, some courtesy Shijish K. See also second slideshow
  • Children’s rainstick making project at an environmental camp in Oakland, California: led by Emily Frost and Gena Rabinowitz; images courtesy Gena Rabinowitz.

Beauty of Water is dedicated to expanding human appreciation for water through our artistic collaborations. We aim to stimulate positive shifts in the human relationship with water and inspire greater caretaking for water all around the planet.

Beauty of Water collaborates with individuals and organizations to co-create our programs. Please contact us to start a conversation. We look forward to connecting with you.