Summer 2014: Jill McLennan teaches summer camp at the Randall Museum in San Francisco for her fifth consecutive summer. She leads students of varying ages in curriculum concerning the materials of art, the natural environment and the future of our impact on the planet. Depicted here are several lessons in the curriculum including architecture, animal habitats and earth arts including: sand painting and handmade paper. Students learned about native dwellings and created homes for humans using natural materials: clay as mud or stucco, dirt, twigs and grasses and leather. Then they used recycled materials to create homes for the future that include solutions towards living with the earth for the future.