Arts News, January 17

Anne Armstrong, Visual Arts Teacher & Arts Coordinator
January 17, 2019

Now Showing! Student Artwork Everywhere

Be sure to take a stroll through the Schoolhouse and the Barn to check out the newly installed displays of student artwork.

Now showing in the Schoolhouse: large abstract paintings by first graders, a variety of pieces from the sixth grade two-dimensional ARTS Launch class, and micrography portraits from the seventh and eighth grade Words as Art class.

Now showing in the Barn on the second level, outside of the new art studios: direct prints, including gyotaku (fish prints), also by the first graders. 

A student in the air catching an ultimate disk

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