Disappearing Frogs Project 2015

What:   An Art Exhibition and sale by both professional and student artists, curated by Terry Thirion

Disappearing Frog

Click here to view some of the images submitted which were exhibited during the 2014 Exhibition

  • Videos and lectures on frogs and their habitats
  • Puppet shows for children and adults
  • Art activities for children

Why:  

Over 300 species of amphibians could be extinct in our lifetime. The mission of the Disappearing Frogs Project is to apply the power of Art in support of scientific, educational and community efforts focused on the preservation of amphibians. 

Where:  

The Community Performance Center, 249 East Main Street Rock Hill, SC 29730 

Who

Supported and hosted  by the Arts Council of York County, South CarolinaThe Disappearing Frogs Project is a part of the 52nd “Come See Me” Festival and the Three X Three Family outings presented by Williams &Fudge

When:  “The Disappearing Frogs” Art Exhibition:  April 16-25 /FREE

  • Weekdays, 10AM-5PM
  • Sundays 2-5PM

Activity Program Schedule:

  • Saturday April 18, 2PM: “Green Heaven Royal Spa and Resort” Puppet Show followed by “Fun Frog Facts” by Dr. Steve Fields  for children and adults) $5
  • Saturday April 18, 6PM : Public Art Reception – FREE 
  • Saturday April 18, 7 PM: Lecture by Robin Moore, Noted Conservation Photographer and Author of In Search of Lost Frogs – FREE
  • Wednesday April 22, 1:30 PM: “Green Heaven Royal Spa and Resort” Puppet Show followed by “Fun Frog Facts” by Dr. Steve Fields– FREE
  • Thursday April 23, 7 PM: “A Perilous Time for Frogs in the Piedmont, Lecture by Dr. Bill Hilton, Jr., Piedmont Naturalist – $5-$7.5-
Actors and Puppets in the stage of "The Green Heaven", a Children Show about Frogs, and their Environment

Actors and Puppets in the stage of “The Green Heaven”, a Children Show about Frogs, and their Environment, created by Johanna Steinz

Short, powerful video on the worldwide extinction of amphibians and the work of the Disappearing Frogs Project to inform people, using art and science.