At Kutztown University, teachers of both art and science can hone their skills and collaborate in and out of the classroom. KU held a four-day summer institute at the university’s Chincoteague Bay Field Station in Wallops Island, Va. The institute provided a unique opportunity to dissolve and expand the boundaries between art and science through experiences in the field and studio. Led by Dr. Erin Kraal, associate professor, Physical Sciences, and Dr. Amy Pfeiler-Wunder, associate professor, Art Education & Crafts, students learned ways to connect art and science that were creative and teachable. Students were able to take the skills learned back to their own classrooms and apply the theories with their students.