R.A.R.E. merges art, education, and science to convey a message of environmental awareness through a variety of programs and mediums.  With our unique team we hope to inspire, create, and encourage youths to participate and recognize that their individual choices have an impact on this planet, the home we all share.


Curated Exhibits and Gallery Shows

Explore “Fish Tales”
R.A.R.E. creates full-scale museum and gallery installations to highlight different aspects of animal endangerment, conservationism, and environmental issues through the marriage of art and science. R.A.R.E. currently is working on projects and exhibits in Asia.

R.A.R.E. has collaborated with the Arts Exchange gallery, an ArtsWestchester location in White Plains, New York, to mount an educational exhibit featuring the aquatic life of Westchester and the Hudson River. Titled “Fish Tales”, the installation artistically imparted scientific information, a historical perspective, and a dining advisory guide dedicated to preserving our local fish catch.

Our largest exhibition took place outdoors by Taiwan’s landmark skyscraper, “Taipei 101” on World Ocean Day. R.A.R.E. partnered up with Society of Wilderness, National Geographic  and local celebrities to educate the public.  Inspired by environmentalist and explorer Sylvia Earle our theme was, “No Water, No Life. No Blue, No Green”. The exhibition has been travelling to several locations around Taiwan.



Be A Green Hero Program

A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles. A Green Hero is someone who adjusts daily actions to preserve and restore his/her local environment. By actively protecting the health of their homes, playgrounds, neighborhoods, and communities, Green Heroes improve the well-being of the entire planet. Do you want to be a Green Hero? R.A.R.E. has created an activity guide-book to inspire children to evaluate whether their daily routines are environmentally helpful or harmful. Through the use of illustrations, arts and crafts, and DIY tips, The Green Hero Activity Guidebook provides children with the motivational tools needed to act as daily defenders of our planet … to become a Green Hero.



Educational Books

R.A.R.E. implements distinctive educational tools and books to inspire curiosity and further learning in a home or classroom environment. In 2010, R.A.R.E. published its first in a planned series of children’s books: Komo, the Blue Whale. Presented at The PowerHouse Arena, Komo has become a R.A.R.E. mascot, signifying hope and courage. In 2012, R.A.R.E. will release its new book, Sinta, the Tiger with a Big Heart.


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