The Oslo Peace Prize museum featured an exhibit linking peace and the environment. Full-Circle Learning students were asked to submit artwork to express this relationship for museum patrons. Below, a Norwegian girl entered a portion of the resulting exhibit.
One of the largest pieces was created by Full-Circle Learning students in middle school, who had joined the alumni club. Artist John Paul Thornton helped them create a cardboard polar bear. Using wood block prints, each student drew a Nobel Peace Prize winner and turned it into a woodblock print. The resulting pattern symbolized the impact of peace leaders in ensuring sustainability on the planet.