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Keisha Casiano Aug 14
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NBE Visual Arts 18h
Students are starting to redeem their PAWS reward bucks in the art room. For only two paws (might need to change to five) they can make Ms. Wolfe do 10 push-ups.
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WN2elementaryart 17h
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Greenwood Art Room 11h
We are moving and grooving this week in the Art Room. Students are learning about lines, shapes, and perspective techniques, OH MY!
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Mrs. B 12h
Replying to @MrsB_Creative
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Carol Douglas 25m
There are many good reasons to push art in our schools. Stress reduction is just one of them.
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Mr. DeWilde 11h
Studio Two artists are creating some incredible reductive drawings! These artists are focused on erasing highlights to show a full range of value.
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MJAnderson Aug 19
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The Arty Teacher 2h
A collection of Collage Artists that your students will love!
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Genoa-Kingston CUSD #424 23h
We are beyond thrilled that art is back at all GK schools again! 🎨
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Edrick Rhodes Aug 19
Congratulations art teacher Ms. Feingold for being named 2019 Elementary Art Educator of the Year You Rock!
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Rebecca Croomes Aug 19
Sixth-graders trying out blind contour drawings of their hands - hilarious results!
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Mrs. B 12h
Replying to @MrsB_Creative
I bent down, walked like a rooster, & later discovered how out of shape I was.😅 I made this, & yes, I still have it in my room. I am not a sculpture artist, so it was fun to figure hat building out. Creativity cultivates by trying something new!
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MRAG Aug 19
Last week to see this student exhibtion at Mundubbera Regional Art Gallery
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DSES Art-Molly McFee Aug 19
Ready to see my “little acorn” artists again tomorrow! 🌳
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11 Olympians Aug 16
Our models predict bigger returns on current portfolios for by investing in , appreciation, music and community events, than the next available premier name.
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Mr. DeWilde Aug 19
Studio One artists are beginning a drawing unit by creating abstract works inspired by . The artists are focused on line variety, symmetry, and movement.
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Laurie Canfield 13h
I’m really proud of my 7th & 8th grade students who created these inspired name sculptures. We will display these in our school library.
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amyfarrellyart 18h
Google Art & Culture research @ practical application. Wire portraits with Art 1. Learning to manipulate materials. Jonathan Yeo research. Check him out.
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Miss McMullen 21h
🌜🌞 Moon & Sun Image 🌞🌜 P. 6 were learning to use hot and cold colours today. We split the canvas in half using cold tones for the moon and warm tones for the sun ☺️
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