Teresa Halliburton, a longtime and well-known Idyllwild resident, will present “A Capella Science” at 10:30 on July 10. Photo by Sally Hedberg

Teresa Halliburton, a longtime and well-known Idyllwild resident, will present “A Capella Science.” It will be the last STEAM (Science, Technology, Art, Math) event at the Idyllwild Library for the summer.
I interviewed Halliburton, who resonated energy as she explained what she would be presenting to the families at the STEAM event.
“Using concepts of music and mathematics, we’ll create art like the masters,” stated Halliburton. All participants will have the opportunity to paint a picture.
Halliburton is well-versed in teaching children and adults. She volunteers once a week with the Idyllwild School’s smART program throughout the school year, coordinating her art and music programs with the school’s curriculum.
Halliburton has a way of making these concepts understandable to children and adults.
The event will begin at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, July 10. Although this is the last STEAM event in the series, the Idyllwild Library will continue to provide the community with valuable education and entertainment programs throughout the summer.
Halliburton teaches adults Qigong classes at Spirit Mountain Retreat and has also taught classes at UC Berkeley, as well as many other institutions.

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