Nuria Martinez believes traditional cultures and environmental education can provide building blocks for a vibrant art program. At Bolinas-Stinson School, where she works as the lead art teacher, students rotate in small groups through four art shops, learning everything from wood and stone carving to jewelry-making, ceramics, painting and 3-D printing. A new environmental education curriculum intersects . . .

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