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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Matt D., Grade 6

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Adrian A., Grade 6

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Ethan D., Grade 3

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Chloe R., Kindergarten

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Julien G., Grade 4

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Ashley G., Transitional Kindergarten

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Gustavo D., Grade 4

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Carla C., Grade 4

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Breana M., Grade 6

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Evan R., Grade 3

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Hilario D., Grade 4

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Isabella G., Grade 6

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Sophia M., Grade 1

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Adrienne D., Grade 6

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Joe A., Grade 6

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Bailey O., Kindergarten

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Noah J., Grade 6

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Randi G., Grade 6

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Adam S., Grade 3

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Derek V., Grade 4

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Alexa R., Grade 6

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Timothy C., Kindergarten

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Sofia V., Grade 6

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Nathan L., Grade 4

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Juanito V., Grade 4

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Seth P., Kindergarten

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Denise E., Grade 5

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Diego V., Grade 4

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Dawn M., Grade 6

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Jacob G., Grade 2

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Patrick M., Grade 4

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Israel L., Grade 4

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Joaquín J., Grade 1

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Sandrina P., Grade 3

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: David E., Grade 2

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Miles O., Grade 4

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Maximus J., Grade 3

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Aliyah P., Grade 6

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Warendel N., Grade 4

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Jovani B., Grade 2

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Matthew G., Grade 6

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Nathan A., Grade 2

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Gilbert R., Grade 3

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Ivory G., Grade 1

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Audry M., Kindergarten

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Charlie R., Grade 2

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: August E., Grade 4

 

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“Envision…a different world” —Octavia E. Butler

 

Students from Rockdale Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School in Eagle Rock recently participated in an art project in which they created images, shown here, inspired by the futuristic writings of award-winning science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Butler (1947–2006), a Pasadena native, bequeathed her papers to The Huntington. An exhibition about her life and work, titled Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories, will be on view at The Huntington April 8–Aug. 7, 2017. A selection of 19 student artworks will be displayed in the exhibition.

 

The art-making was part of a larger science fiction writing project, with a curriculum developed by Huntington educators and Rockdale teachers. For students, the program was a unique opportunity to use primary sources at The Huntington to understand a writer’s craft while developing their own voices as writers. For The Huntington, it was a rewarding way to explore the potential of the Butler collection to motivate and inspire young learners.

 

Artist: Nathan V., Grade 2

 

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