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Mondrian Spider Webs
Post by Shannon Bridgeman During the latter part of the Fall I introduced my first grade students to the work of Piet Mondrian. I pointed out how his work uses primary colors and usually has thick dark lines. I split this project into three days. (More)
Collaborative Lesson: Bringing together French and Ceramic students in a project that addresses one major world concern.
Post by Jamie Cosumano Knowledge is everything, and as much as I want all students to become budding artists and creative people, I also want them to be thinking individuals. Truth is, I believe many of our best and brightest artists today are as (More)
News from Churchland Elementary
Post by Laura Ragan This has been an interesting year for me so far, to say the least. So many changes for me. I’m finally at my own school after teaching for 10 years! No one to collaborate (or talk) with. I’m no longer “Mrs. Mosley”, I’m “Ms. Si (More)
Mannequin Studies
Post by Amy Kerner Greetings from Woodrow Wilson High School! The school year is going great so far! As always we are keeping very busy in the art room. One project that I had my classes do this semester was to create very large mannequins draw (More)
Field Trip to Chrysler
BURKE BLOG: Friday December 4th, I was fortunate to again participate in one of my favorite activities of the year! My biannual semester field trip to an art museum! This semester, I took 49 Art I students to the Chrysler Museum of Art and had the t (More)
Carrying a Sketchbook
Post by Erin Griffith-Mosley I haven’t had much time to concentrate on my own art lately. However, I have realized how much fun it is to carry around my sketchbook and sketch and doodle while waiting places instead of using my cell phone to read u (More)
Lisa Jordan\'s Artwork
Post by Lisa Jordan Personal Artwork Since my 1st baby was born almost 5 years ago, I haven’t had much time to spend working on my own art. I used to be able to sit down with my Sharpies and colored pencils and draw to my heart’s content. These (More)
Illuminated Letters Project
Post by Bill Tippit Each year I try to start with simple projects that review the basic elements of design with my Art Foundations students before we get into projects that require deeper understanding of the elements and principles. This year I c (More)
I.C. Norcom students draw from life to learn about procedure and craftsmanship.
By Linnea Barth This year I decided to spend more time at the beginning of the school year and the beginning of my art I class focusing on craftsmanship an (More)
All About Me Kaleidoscope- 5th/6th
Imagene Mallory, Victory Elementary Finding a beginning of the year project can be a daunting task sometimes. However, I have had great success with a particular project that I have used for years. As an art teacher, it is very hard to learn over (More)
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6 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Thanks so much for participating!

    I’ve never blogged before so I’m on a learning curve!

    Will be glad to hear from you!

  2. This is great and TEACH Academy was awesome. I am ready for the new school year to start.

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