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Kari Ratka May 17
Who said a hero complex was a bad thing??
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Mrs. Weltz May 24
What an awesome Art show! Thanks to USD for recognizing the students’ hard work.
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Rebecca Hall May 24
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Ms.Saleh May 24
Beautiful way to end field day! S’s created chalk silhouette’s of each other in action. S’s came up with a story through their pictures and connected their work to Kieth Haring!
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Ed Hanlon May 23
'Deepfake' AI can turn the Mona Lisa into a convincing real person
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IRE Art May 22
At the end of the school year, flexibility is key! The studio was needed for an author celebration, so art went outside!
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ErieElemArt May 17
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Ms.Saleh May 24
S’s collaborated in groups to sew their flowers onto one common thread. Each flower became connected, and has a different color value just as each S is valued as an individual. We are all connected through the arts and creative process.
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ACPS May 18
Preparing for the competition! for Primary level at
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ArtTeacher 20h
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Jenkins Elementary May 17
Our students learned about Japanese Gyotaku prints! This traditional art form is a recording method for fishermen.
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Ms.Saleh May 24
“It is only by going through a volume of work that you will close that gap, and your work will be as good as your ambitions.” -Ira Glass
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mrs. lopez taylor May 20
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Ms. DohertyArt May 23
Second grade is experimenting with tessellations and I’m so proud of how hard they are working on a tricky project!
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Panitch-Broskey Art May 24
9th grade drawing and painting made their own watercolors using common kitchen ingredients- today we got to take them outside and paint!
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Mr. DeWilde May 19
In honor of tonight’s finale 🐉🐺🦁🥶🗡👑
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Doodles Academy May 17
Interesting article about the symbology and cultural influence in children's artwork that "suggests that kids’ shapes & figures aren’t all that simplistic after all—what’s dismissed as simplicity may instead be a degree of mental freedom"
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Ms. DiSantis May 24
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Ms. Zoller May 24
Wowza! Third grade are finishing their butterflies 🦋 with focus on intermediate colors
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Maria Yung May 22
Isa’s abstract computer self portrait.
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