Written by Teen Blogger, Ella | At a time when women were mostly excluded in discussing ideas about art and how to change the world, Hannah Höch was one of the first female artists in the 20th century to actively promote the idea of women working creatively in society.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it's science! Science takes so many different forms, and all of them are interesting. We have compiled some of the coolest science books for kids to check out this Science Literacy Week and beyond.
September 21- 27, 2020 is Science Literacy Week in Canada. Science Literacy Week highlights diversity in Canadian science. The purpose of Science Literacy Week is to show everyone’s unique relationship with science and how they live with it. This year, we are celebrating the biodiversity of our beautiful country! Biodiversity refers to the variety of living species that live on Earth. This includes plants, animals, and bodies of water. Canada is lucky to be home to a wide range of biodiversity that spans from coast to coast.
Written by Teen Blogger, Sally | "My plan is to pursue a career in science or engineering. Lately, I’ve been really interested in seeing what other people, especially women, have accomplished in science.A lot of women in the past were unfortunately overshadowed by their male or more experienced counterparts. This is what happened with Alice Ball." Read more about her story and achievements, here.
Written by Teen Blogger, Jood | Malika Favre is a French illustrator and graphic artist based in London who creates a combination of Pop art and Op art. "There are so many powerful themes and imageries she plays around with in her pieces that never fail to inspire me. Even if you don’t like the style of art,—let's be honest here—you can't stop staring at her work!"