“Using the very latest satellite technology, and the power of the internet, your children can ‘travel’ with us on our next expedition, ask us questions and view our videos and blogs ‘live’ on each day of our adventure. They can be part of the action and react as we do. ‘Travel’, Paint, Connect.”
1: Ask Questions via satellite & be part of the adventure
We update our blog and vlog every day whilst travelling and answer you questions for you. You can be part of the adventure and ‘travel’ with the team. Our Blog is the #1 way we communicate with you all when we are travelling. It allows us to publish text based updates from anywhere in the world via the satellite network.
Our very latest blog updates
I am delighted to have been asked to be one of Earth Day’s official ‘Artists for the Earth’ to help to celebrate and raise awareness of the 50th anniversary of this amazing organisation. Earth Day was founded in 1970 and has mobilised over a billion people to fight for the future of our planet so […]
We have good news for you all – Robin Hanbury-Tenison is pulling through and after more than a month in intensive care he is now starting his long road to recovery. Robin’s son Merlin has been blogging regularly on the Spectator web site about Robin’s ordeal with the Coronavirus, and it is worth reading all […]
2: Watch our Daily Vlogs streamed ‘LIVE’
We stream video ‘LIVE’ to Facebook and YouTube via satellite. We beam our video blog via satellite from across the world. Every day, using an iPhone, we shoot video, edit it and then 99% compress it ready for a 5 minute ‘LIVE’ satellite broadcast. The video quality is rough, but the excitement is huge! On our return we upgrade the video quality, but by subscribing to our YouTube channel you will receive an alert when we go ‘LIVE’ from around the world. Inspire your children, be part of the adventure and watch us answer your questions live.
An example of a 'LIVE' stream via satellite from the rainforest
Previously ‘LIVE’ streamed Vlog Playlists
Chapter 1: ‘Spirit fo the Rainforest’ with the Yawanawá tribe in the Amazon
Chapter 2: ‘Person of the Forest’ with the Penan tribe and Orangutans in the Borneo rainforest
3: Follow & Watch us on Facebook
Receive expedition updates and our daily videos on Facebook too. We also have a Facebook group for educators to join and share their ideas on.
4: Sign up Now
Keep in touch by joining our email list and support Last Chance to Paint now by registering your school/child. Run our existing chapters of the project and be notified when we plan to go live on our next expedition. Be part of our growing community of inspirational teachers and schools.