Establishing an Interdisciplinary Science and Art Program for Museums in EcuadorPublic
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Ecuador has a lack of educational programs that connect science to art. Our sponsor, Museo Pumapungo wanted our team to establish a program that would help expose students to science concepts through connections to art. We achieved this through research, interviews, and observation. Our results assessed the resources at Museo Pumapungo, baseline physics knowledge of local students, and educational programs held at other museums. Our final deliverable is a workshop at the museum focusing on physics, sound, and music.
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