Ecosystem

n ecosystem is a community made up of living organisms and nonliving components such as air, water, and mineral soil.[3] Ecosystems can be studied in two different ways. They can be thought of as interdependent collections of plants and animals, or as structured systems and communities governed by general rules.[4] The living (biotic) and non-living…

Art and architecture

Arts & Architecture (1929–1967) was an American design, architecture, landscape, and arts magazine. It was published and edited by John Entenza from 1938–1962[1] and David Travers 1962–1967. Arts & Architecture played a significant role both in Los Angeles‘s cultural history and in the development of West Coast modernism in general.[1] The magazine’s significant cultural contributions…

Art and Architecture

Arts & Architecture (1929–1967) was an American design, architecture, landscape, and arts magazine. It was published and edited by John Entenza from 1938–1962[1] and David Travers 1962–1967. Arts & Architecture played a significant role both in Los Angeles‘s cultural history and in the development of West Coast modernism in general.[1] The magazine’s significant cultural contributions…

Art and architecture

Arts & Architecture (1940–1967), an American architecture magazine, began as California Arts & Architecture in 1929. It was redesigned under the leadership of Mark Daniels in 1936, and in 1940, John Entenza became publisher and editor; his views and leadership “put California on the cultural map”,[1] creating a lasting impact on the cultural history of…

Art and Architecture

Arts & Architecture (1929–1967) was an American design, architecture, landscape, and arts magazine. It was published and edited by John Entenza from 1938–1962[1] and David Travers 1962–1967. Arts & Architecture played a significant role both in Los Angeles‘s cultural history and in the development of West Coast modernism in general.[1] The magazine’s significant cultural contributions…

Annual EP Field Trips

The EP students at Montfort College Primary Section recently had a chance to go on their annual field trips. Students from all grade levels got out of the classrooms and into the field to experience a variety of learning opportunities and activities with their teachers and classmates.  Check out this video of the EP field…