In an effort to promote environmental awareness through a new, unique format, the ASCC is showcasing a variety of student’s Earth Day themed art. Each year people around the world recognize Earth Day as a time to initiate support for the environment.
The art pieces are a result of a collaborative Earth Day challenge put on by Clark College, Washington State University and Lower Columbia College.
Art submitted by Clark students consisted of pieces by Gwendolyn Dallum, Hallie Morris and Maritza Herrera. Drawings, paintings or any other form of 2-dimensional art were accepted.
Despite the challenge of putting on an event while Clark’s campus is still in remote operations, ASCC President, Josiah Joner, is pleased with the results of their first Earth Day art challenge.
“Though it was really tricky on a lot of fronts, I’m really happy we were able to collaborate with other colleges’ student leaders,” Joner said. “I’m hoping we can continue to build on that relationship and continue something like this in future years.”