Check this page for weekly updates to listen to recordings of the broadcasts from Artist Boat's low-power AM radio station at Browning Elementary School in Houston. The segments are researched, written, and recorded by 4th and 5th-grade students at the school with production assistance from Artist Boat staff as part of an Eco-Art Residency on the campus. Each segment focuses on a topic critical to ocean literacy, and each is produced and broadcast in both Spanish and English for the benefit of the local community.
You can listen to the first episode, which focused on basking sharks and marine debris issues, by clicking on the following link: Episode 1
The second episode discusses coral reefs and cyanide fishing, and can be found by clicking on the following link: Episode 2
Check out the third episode, with more information about coral reefs, blast fishing, and the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary, by clicking on the following link: Episode 3
Listen to the fourth episode, which focuses on sea turtles, by clicking on this link: Episode 4
You can listen to the fifth and final episode, which focuses on camouflauge animals in the ocean, by clicking on the following link: Episode 5
Artist Boat would like to thank Browning Elementary, Harris County Department of Education, Fermata, Inc., the Annenberg Foundation's Houston A+ Challenge Grant Program, Marathon Oil, technical interpreter Sara Black, producer Simone Kern, and Eco-Art Educators Kelly Stoos and Simone Kern for making this project possible.