Artists In the Schools 2021-22

Artists In the Schools 2021-22

Gallery Route One is proud to present Artists In the Schools (AIS) with new artists and theme for 2021-22. Water, Wind and Visualizing the Unseen is the theme of GRO’s Artists in the School’s program for 2021-22. The theme embraces awareness of the change our world is...
A Decade with AIS

A Decade with AIS

A very special AIS 25th birthday celebration and tribute to Madeline Neito Hope, Fri., June 15th, 2018 The AIS program has been shepherded by Madeline Nieto Hope for the last decade. This year the program passed from Madeline’s loving hands to local sculptor and...
Birding in the Giacomini Wetlands

Birding in the Giacomini Wetlands

  Apr 10, 2018 / Third Graders visited the Giacomini Wetlands and learned about birding as part of GRO’s Artists in the Schools Program.  Students will be showing their work at Toby’s Gallery in June. GRO’s Latino Photography Project students went...
A New Coordinator for AIS

A New Coordinator for AIS

Joe Fox is the new coordinator for Gallery Route One’s Artists in the Schools program, replacing Madeline Hope who will continue to work in the program. Joe, who lives in Point Reyes, is also a new artist member of Gallery Route One. Joe recently gave this report...
Finding Meaning

Finding Meaning

Gallery Route One’s Artists in the Schools and Latino Photography Project present their Annual Art installation at Toby’s Feed Barn Art Gallery, 11250 Highway One Point Reyes Station through June 30. Don’t miss this great show! Finding Meaning is the theme for...
Sixth Grade class visits the Legion of Honor

Sixth Grade class visits the Legion of Honor

Chris Eckert’s 6th grade class visited the Legion of Honor in San Francisco for an educational tour of the Museum. West Marin Schools’ art teacher, Colleen Conley and AIS will move forward with a clay project that will task the young artists to consider what items can...
Science Camp

Science Camp

November, 2015. At Clem Miller Science Camp Jason Green got students excited about producing this mandala of natural materials — beautiful and ephemeral –in the manner of Andy Goldsworthy.

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