Environmental Art, Solitudes, and Journaling

Have you ever provided your students with the opportunity of complete silence to reflect, think, or relate? Evening - by Sam AllardNow is your opportunity! Add a solo-sit, journaling, or environmental art into your programming for students to discover themselves. Students can explore their mind on a silent, monitored, at night adventure to reflect on their experiences and overcome their fears, called a solo-sit. Or students can develop thoughtful words to represent their experiences in The Forest and relate them to their home life, while journaling. Students may also visually express their thoughts by producing art to complete their exhilarating experience at Haliburton Forest. These activities are often students' and teachers' most favourite and appreciated events, as individuals can reflect on the day or discuss how The Forest has positively impacted their lives. 

The evening program solo-sits can be added to any other programs when students are spending the evening. 

For more information, inquires, and pricing please contact our facilitation staff at experiences@haliburtonforest.com.

Expectations for Grade 10

Visual Art
Creating and Presenting
A1.3 – use the appropriate stages of the creative process to produce and present preliminary integrated art works, individually and or collaboratively, in response to creative challenges
A2.1 – use various elements and principles of design to create art works that express personal feelings and/or communicate emotions to an audience.
A3.1 – explore and experiment with a variety of media/materials and traditional and/or emerging technologies, tools, and techniques, and apply them to produce art works

Integrated Art
Creating and Presenting
A1.3 – use the appropriate stages of the creative process to produce and present preliminary integrated art works, individually and or collaboratively, in response to creative challenges

Foundations
C3.4 – identify environmental issues associate with the arts, and apply environmentally responsible practices when creating and presenting art works, including integrated art works or productions