Orca ARTiculation Project

Location: Online
Date: April 26 – May 4, 2020


In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, PTMSC is hosting a community Orca ARTiculation! Lend us your artistic skills and help us recreate the skeleton of PTMSC’s orca (“Hope”) from the comforts of your own home (and while maintaining social distance)!

How to participate: Register for the Orca ARTiculation Project here.

Shortly after receiving your registration, we will send you an email with line art files for your bone(s). Decorate your bone(s) to your satisfaction, and send the completed images back to PTMSC! At the end of the project, we will compile the completed images and rearticulate the orca digitally for all to enjoy!

*We encourage you to get creative with your bones! Feel free to print out our image files and color them, paint them digitally, or recreate your bones in the real world using found or recycled materials! The possibilities are endless - we can’t wait to see what you create! 

Click here for more info and step-by-step instructions.

Interested in learning more about the story of Hope, the orca featured in this project?
Click here
to discover what we know about her life, her stranding, and PTMSC’s original Orca Project.