Welcome to Lynden’s virtual hub. From this page, you will be able to navigate to tours of our collection and the temporary installations we have commissioned or that have been created by artists in residence.
Lynden’s education staff (Jeremy Stepien, Claudia Orjuela, and Anna Grosch) and our teachers-in-residence (Sue Pezanoski Browne and Katie Hobday) are creating materials for families and teachers.
We will be releasing new materials every day or so, so check back often or join this list to receive alerts when new content is posted. We will be sending out weekly e-updates with links to new material.
While all of these materials are currently designed to use from home, when we reopen we hope they will prove useful on visits to the sculpture garden.
- Lynden’s Outdoor Sculpture Collection
- Gary John Gresl: The Body Farm at Lynden
- Gary John Gresl: The “Pop Up” Sculptures at Lynden
- Yevgeniya Kaganovich: Divergent Fates
- Yevgeniya Kaganovich: grow
- Jenna Knapp: Labyrinth Society of Lynden Sculpture Garden
- Sarah Gail Luther: Reading the Landscape
- Folayemi Wilson: Eliza’s Peculiar Cabinet of Curiosities
Lynden’s education staff and our teachers-in-residence have created these materials for families to use at home, in the yard, or perhaps on a short walk in the neighborhood. Please follow all local directives about staying at home and maintaining social distance.
Lynden’s education implementor, Anna Grosch, is out in the (virtual) field gathering information on the work teachers in our Innovative Educators Institute are doing to stay connected to their students during the COVID-19 health crisis. Teachers are using a variety of platforms to deliver prompts, spur inquiry, and create community. We hope you find inspiration, now and in the future, in these projects. And feel free to share your projects with Grosch: email@example.com