The Art of Intelligence
Pablo Picasso once said, “Sculpture is the art of the intelligence.” And indeed it is one of the most powerful methods of learning—the kind that happens in context.
photos courtesy of busy bees
Sculpturing addresses simultaneous academic domains, from science to art, to math and zoology This learning process takes place outdoors, continues in the classroom and ultimately ends up at home. This is the art of sculpting, where toddlers are exposed to different materials and different processes to help them create an objet d’art they can call their own.
Read more in the latest February-April 2016 issue.