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Join us for a free and fun online workshop and learn basic drawing techniques, culminating with a finished graphite drawing of a natural organism from our ecosystem.

Using art and storytelling, artist, educator and conservationist David Raphael Andersen is engaging community members to listen, observe and learn about their thoughts and feelings related to the health of our watersheds.

At this workshop, David will guide all participants, from beginning to advanced, through a number of techniques, concluding with a drawing of a native plant or animal from our watershed. The only requirement is a passion for learning!

The shared discoveries from these workshops will help shape a future mural at the Clackamas Water Environment Services Tri-City Water Resource Recovery Facility. The mural will become an iconic educational emblem celebrating our watersheds for facility tour-goers of all ages; a physical reminder of the value and importance of protecting watershed health and addressing climate challenges for generations to come.

Location: Zoom (a link will be provided to registrants)
When: Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020: 9 a.m. to noon
Cost: free!

Sponsored by:
Clackamas Water Environment Services, Clackamas Community College, and the PGE Renewable Development Fund.

The Celebrating Watershed Health Art Project is funded by the PGE Renewable Development Fund, supported by the 225,000 Oregonians enrolled in PGE’s Green Future renewable power program.

Department Staff
Todd Loggan
Public & Government Affairs