Art and Chemistry Featured in Hands-on Workshop Feb. 15

Feb. 4, 1997

What does cabbage have to do with art? Can colors be altered? How are heat and art connected? What does light have to do with color?

These questions and more will be explored in a hands-on workshop for 4th, 5th and 6th grade elementary students from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. 15, in Bennett Auditorium on the Baylor University campus.

Sponsored by Baylor's Center for Learning Abilities and Talent Development, the art and chemistry workshop is the second in a series of Super Saturday workshops open to students and teachers. Lesson plans will be available for teacher participants.

Cost of the workshop is $15 for each participant. Spaces are limited due to the nature of the hands-on activities. Early registration is encouraged.

For more information, contact Dr. Randy Ford, director of the Center for Learning Abilities and Talent Development, at 755-3112.

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