- Do you work with young people aged 10-15?
- Are you interested in expanding your science or art curriculum to encourage cross-curricular learning?
Book now for your BioMedia Meltdown workshop today!
Now in its sixth year, the Biomedia Meltdown project brings natural history to life through cross-curricular learning. Our projects connect young, curious minds to biology and natural history through innovative art techniques. Working with schools, libraries, hospitals and community groups as well as home schoolers, we offer a range of activities each year to explore diverse topics. Works are submitted to our yearly competition and are eligible for prizes at our annual award ceremony.
Contact BioMedia Project Manager Daryl Stenvoll-Wells at email@example.com to book your workshop today!
Downloadable Fact Sheets
Art & Science
While art and science may seem to be opposed to each other, these two subjects have been closely linked for centuries. Find out how Linnaeus used images in the development of the science of taxonomy.
The BioMedia Meltdown Book
This book was created to support educators to teach aspects of biology through creative media
Animated BioMedia Meltdowns
This video series explores the overlapping worlds of art and science, introducing historic and modern characters who worked across these imaginary boundaries.