Earth Day for ages 10-13 (P21)

Instructor: Allison Zito

ages 10-13: Robert Rauschenberg designed a poster for the first Earth Day back in April of 1970, and his work brought awareness to the environment and the overall health of our planet. Campers will brainstorm ideas and create artwork that speaks to current trends in environmental actions, both positive and negative. This is an in-person camp and limited to 6 students.


Allison Zito received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the University of the Arts. Allison has decades of teaching experience, having taught a considerable variety of classes at The Philadelphia Museum of Art, at Harcum College in Bryn Mawr, PA, and at the University of Pennsylvania Morris Arboretum. She has been teaching Studio Art in the Upper Valley with excellent results at AVA Gallery and Art Center, Hanover League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, ArtisTree, and Claremont Maker Space. Allison Zito was awarded The Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award in 2018 for her work as an artist and art educator. Making a statement and expressing herself through art; is the cornerstone of Allison’s career, as an artist and art educator.