War in the Pacific National Historical Park & Pacific Historic Parks02/13/2016Kina Lewis02/20/2016302/11/20161014+9, 10, 11, 12Not Suitable for Persons with DisabilitiesNo Costs
It involves the Art in the Park program, which encourages the community to be "immersed" in the park - through imagining, experiencing, and creatively responding to the park's stories, places, and significant resources.
The War in the Pacific National Historical Park's Artist in Residence, Vic Perez, is kindly requesting for high school students on February 13 & 20 from 1pm to 4pm to support the Art in the Park program in this Service-Learning event.
They will meet at the Asan Beach Maintenance Shop. He is asking for a maximum of 10 volunteer youths to prep the materials, specifically wooden tiles, for the Make a Mark in Your Park events. The students will assist the Artist in Residence in organizing and primining (paint and sand) wooden tiles.
- Accessory participation in a variety of national park events such as special interpretive events, large scale volunteer projects and other special events.
To support the Art in the Park, 'Make A Mark in Your Park’ events, we encourage all to experience the great outdoors and learn about Guam’s history through creating art during their time at the park.
Must fill out the requiref OF301a Form in order to participate. If you are under 18 years old, you must have your parents signature on the Required OF301a form. Please bring a refillable water bottle and a snack.
Meet at the National Park Service Asan Beach Maintenance shop in Asan Village. Map is in the images section of this porject post.
Please wear closed toed shoes. Primarily working indoors and duties will include painting and sanding wooden tiles using manual hand tools such as sand paper and paint brushes.
Issue AreaAssisting a community partner for an Art event
Agency DescriptionWar in the Pacific National Historical Park (WAPA) is the western most park of all the National Park Service units. It was created to honor all those who participated in the campaigns of the Pacific Theater of World War II and to conserve and to interpret the natural, scenic, and historic values and objects on the island of Guam.
Point of Contact Informations
Kina-Doreen G. Lewis
Comments about the Project Location
Project will be done mostly indoors in the War in the Pacific National Historical Park's Maintenance Shop in Asan. A map is attached to the project, in the images section.
George Washington High School, John F. Kennedy High School, Okkodo High School, Simon Sanchez High School, Southern High School, Guam Community College, Tiyan High, J.P. Torres Alternative School
Art, History, Woodshop , Chamorro , Tourism
Outside of School
Lisa M. Aguon