Humans are losing their connection with nature- the environment that provides us with everything we need to survive. We need to be aware that as we destroy the world that we live in, we are destroying ourselves. Learn more about the environment and its importance in our lives through this project.
As New York City battles rising air quality concerns, it would be helpful to use lichens, an indicator species, as a predictor for how our ecology might change in the future.
This miniature of a recreational room inspired by the art-filled Brooklyn College library is meant to explore the intricacies of ableism.
In this project, we briefly exhibit few motherhood challenges. Such as, The sudden amount of heavy lifting in the form of raising a child can lead to the loss of a mother’s identity, postpartum depression after giving the birth. But no matter what a mother is going through, they always have the pressure to properly support and sustain their child.
This project features 3 collages, comprised of different forms of art and details the journey one can take to achieve diversity.
The Spotted Lanternfly are becoming rampant here in the US. Why is this, & where will they thrive & invade next? Our poster delves deeper into these questions.
In recent years, global climate and intensive agricultural land use have led to a sharp decline in insect species. New York’s prized bumblebees are now considered to be endangered…
Come check out, one of the 21st century’s greatest wonders, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and embrace yourself in the limitless possibilities of art.
Our research gives a glimpse into modern segregation in NYC. We studied two neighborhoods, only 2 miles apart, yet vastly different in terms of demography, wealth, food security, and health.
Should it matter where you shop in terms of pesticide residues?
Well, pesticides are a growing concern and have been linked with negative health effects. We will discover how much pesticide residues vary amongst stores in NYC for dill and parsley based on caterpillar larvae mortality.