Morphing Myths: Student Art Contributinos

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Published on February 22, 2014

Author: kelleytranch



Support students in underserved Jacksonville schools as they create art for a new e-course exploring the nexus of Classical Mythology and the Modern World.

Student Art Contributions Kelley A. Ranch, Ed.D. Latin Teacher, Ribault High School Jacksonville, Florida

The influence of Greek and Roman Mythology is undeniable.

From the names of our planets, which are all named for Greek and Roman Gods…

…to NASA Space Programs and Rockets, which have pay homage to Classical Mythology…

Dr. Kelley Ranch Latin Teacher Ribault High School

-Talented artists in underserved schools -the common sense of a classical education Morphing Myths

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