Coloring is awesome: it’s creative, fun, colorful, and easy to turn into a social activity. All you need is a bucket of crayons and a crew of people ready to color. This is why HERpothesis paired up with Cookie and Coloring Club at NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized to for a HERpothesis coloring event! We turned a few illustrations from the HERpothesis site into coloring pages and let the fine people of Cookies and Coloring make them their own. Check out some photos from the event below! Keep scrolling to find the coloring pages we used at the event, so you can create your own HERpothesis art. Send a picture of your creation to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can share your coloring masterpiece on our social media.
Coloring pages completed by Cookies and Coloring:
Blank HERpothesis coloring pages:
“The Python in Film School” by Alex Hanson
“Cracking Code, and Subsequently, Life Itself” by Charlotte Southall