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AnimSchool Oct 26
Great reference AnimSchool student Stalin Ranjith!⁠ ⁠ Learn more about our 3D animation classes at ⁠ ⁠ ⁠
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East Cobb Middle School Art Dept. 5h
I have a 7th grader who, since we’ve returned F2F, has been leaving little drawings tucked around my classroom. ♥️
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GlobalGameChangers 42m
My Talent + My Heart = My Superpower! Olivia combines her talent for baking with her love for art to bake a cake for her art teacher. Solve your Superhero Equation at !
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yAy Student Oct 20
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Jonathan Juravich Oct 23
This rotation’s 2-minute quick draw challenge is “draw yourself as a super hero.” This student’s understanding of what it means to be an every day hero in this moment blew me away.
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Bradwell 2D Art Oct 25
Bradwell Freshman, Samantha Seigel, showing off her talent with her monochromatic painting! She did an amazing job! I love seeing when the students are proud of what they have created <3 Excellent work, Samantha!
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Thumbs United Oct 25
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Nicole Cerro Oct 22
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Miss G 5h
Excitement (and a bit of nervousness- do I even remember how to teach kids in person?!) today about making some art with kindergarteners today for their first in person art experience in the art room!! 🤍🤍
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Club.House Oct 19
Want to build a more creative world for kids? Welcome to . It’s time to join the Club 👉
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Patty Timbrook 19h
I mustache you ... “how can he make such an awesome coil pot ?!👍Cool Campbell
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Mr. A Oct 23
📸 Goodtimes in the golden land. ,
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jenna saulo 3h
Learning about the ecology and environment of a pond and how to make tints and shades of colors to match
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Chaithanya K Oct 25
inspired by Vishal Shukla sir..
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Thumbs United Oct 24
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ArtWithMsG Oct 22
Check out these 6th grade cross-curricular Digital Collages!! Students brainstormed all the different worlds that they are a part of and symbolized them through maps, graphs, and imagery, while practicing their photo editing skills!
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Thumbs United Oct 25
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Karen Jung Oct 23
Collecting twigs and pinecones, varnishing leaves and dyeing pasta. Almost ready for Celebration of Fall Saturday event at
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Center for the Study of Childhood Art 17h
The Center for the Study of Childhood Art(CSCA) is an interdisciplinary research, teaching and community engagement center affiliated with the program . Stay tuned for updates and news regarding developing programs and initiatives.
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Nicole Cerro Oct 22
Fingers crossed that we can dry and bisque fire Juanita's awesome clay basket without any issues or cracks!
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