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Symbolism and Calligraphy
Personal Work and Post by Megan Webb This year during SOL testing I was the designated hall monitor for most of the day, but still got to teach 2 classes at the end of the day if testing wrapped up. I used my time in the hall to work on some more (More)
Out of This World
Post by Marc Craig Art… the final frontier: These are the voyages of the starship art room. It’s ongoing mission; to explore various aspects of art, to seek out new and innovative artistic expressions of creativity, to boldly go where no artist ha (More)
Final Assessment Ideas
Post by Bill Tippit Recently I was thinking of a way to prepare my students for their Art Foundations final exam and I wanted to try something beyond “let’s look over your notes while I tell you the same things I told you before” approach. I decid (More)
Aztec Art
Post by Jesse Boone As most of you know I like to expose students to other cultures through art.  Currently my student studied the Mayan and Aztec Cultures.  Focusing on their achievements such as the calendar, number system and glyphs.  I took th (More)
Paper Sculptures
Post by Lisa Gardner "PAPER SCULPTURES inspired by the work of Jen Stark" My Art 1 students have been working on a really fun lesson...on (More)
Pop Art Intro
By Bev Gray at Churchland Primary When we returned from the Holiday Break, I introduced our younger students to Andy Warhol & the Pop Art style of art and had them to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr tributes with their designs. The Kindergartners co (More)
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)
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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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