China embarked on renewable energy, electric vehicles, green buildings, and ecological restoration in fighting pollution. It has improved air quality by 32% in the last 4 years and created a growing clean economy. The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at CSU Channel Islands will present China’s strategy, action, and clean power. It is held at 10 am on June 21, 2018 at Studio Channel Islands. Registration is required.
A class of 4th graders exhibited their artwork of origami honeycomb at Rio Art Show on May 23, 2018. The students from Rio del Norte elementary school folded 2D rectangular paper into 3D hexagonal prisms and assembled them into a honeycomb. The hands-on folding reinforced their concept of arithmetic, fraction, and geometry. OMG is a curriculum developed for integrating origami art and math in K-12 education.
The city of Los Angeles published a cultural guide to celebrate Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month in May, 2018. It showcases Asian Pacific Americans' artworks and honors their contribution to American culture. The floating paper sculpture by BiJian Fan is selected for the publication.
This scientific art of condensation is inspired by a MIT-Berkeley research of extracting water from air.