AiR Update| Artist in Residence | Feb. 11, 2016

Today has been a fruitful day for AiR, the Artist-in-Residence, Marty Carney. This morning he was filmed by a student from the photojournalism as he began a new oil painting. Then Marty will be meeting with the Mr. Soik’s 4th Hour Honors Humanities II class during this Semester to be an artistic/creative resource. Below you see the new oil painting and creative notes from interacting with Mr. Soik and his class.

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WAEA Youth Art Month State Art Exhibition in March

Join us in Madison as we celebrate Youth Art Month at the State Capitol on March 11 from 12-1pm. This event showcases 300+ works of art from across the state, middle/high school band performance, keynote speakers, and an awards ceremony. Sheboygan North High School art department will be represented by Teagan Y (gr 9), Kaylee M (gr 11), Natalie M (gr 11), Cole D (gr 12), Noah F (gr 12), and Peta S (gr 12).

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Still Life drawings by Art Foundations 1

The last project of the Fall semester was a Still Life unit. I enjoy this unit because it pushes the use of value and contrast within the drawing. Overall, my AF1 students did a fab job drawing these objects from real life. Although it wasn’t the most exciting project (from what I have been told) I could see a growth in my students’ drawing skills. 

 

AiR Update for the week of 11-15 Jan.

by Liz Ann Lange

This week, I had the overwhelming pleasure of working with all 26 of Erin Belongie’s 6th hour Composition class!

When Erin approached me last month about wanting to integrate a visual art form with the topic of the “American Dream,” I thought it might be a fun challenge to apply those concepts by having the students construct their own diorama or reliquary. Continue reading “AiR Update for the week of 11-15 Jan.”