Sheboygan North High art alumnus, Emily Rudolph, class of 2012, was selected from a submission of 344 Wisconsin artists to participate in this annual juried exhibition at the Miller Art Museum. 70 artists were selected in this highly competitive exhibition featuring 2-D works from across the state.
Madison-based artist Angela Johnson was our first semester (virtual) artist-in-residence, which her residency carried over into third quarter working exclusively with Mr. Stauber-Soik’s Honors Humanities class. In this virtual art exhibition you’ll see works that she has been working on from 2021 to 2022 as well as a snapshot of her visit to Sheboygan North High. This exhibition runs from March 21 through June 10, 2022.
This body of work was inspired by my interest in nature, balance and telling stories through individual and collective memories through the idea of legacy. Through my virtual Artist in Residency here at North High School, I have been working with Mr. Stauber-Soik’s Senior, Honors Humanities Class since October of 2021. From class discussions about the birth of civilization, to discussions from Gilgamesh to Opedius Rex and modern day communities the conversation of legacy has been ongoing.
What do we leave behind, both intentionally and unintentionally as communities and individuals?
What do we value?
How do we want to be remembered?
Artist Angela Johnson
I have created a series of Artist books and small installation environments with these questions in mind. As we travel through our lives, what themes show up as recurrence?
What do you look to as your lifeboat? Does it change over time?
What does “internal” look like to you?
How do you weave a meaningful life together?
Through my personal lens, I am exploring literal and figurative connections we have to those who came before us, the natural world and each other.
About Angela Johnson
Angela Johnson is a professional artist, creativity coach and educator based in Madison, Wisconsin. She earned a master’s in Art Education, an MA in Art and an MFA with a focus in photography from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Angela is a fixture in the Wisconsin arts scene, with 20+ years of experience maintaining public art studios, teaching workshops, facilitating programs, leading public art installations, and lecturing at universities. She has worked in museums, elementary schools, senior centers, colleges, and universities. She has inspired and helped people of every age — from toddlers to 95-year-olds — reaching far into the depths of their imagination to discover and channel their creativity. She also teaches workshops on mindfulness and yoga.
About the Sheboygan North High Artist-in-Residency Program
The Sheboygan North High School Artist in Residence (NHS AiR) Program started in the fall of 2014. Artists have collaborated with North High staff and students through various ways by implementing their love for art into other content areas. Art involves a variety of skills ranging from critical thinking to production, communication to responding, problem-solving to developing an artistic voice. Due to COVID-19, we have decided to offer a) in-person or b) virtual artist-in-residencies ranging from 9 weeks to 18 weeks.
The goals of the NHS Artist-in-Residence Program are:
expand the experience of student in the field of the arts,
enrich education through art education,
provide staff with new ideas and art-driven strategies.
The Sheboygan North High Artist-in-Residency Program is supported by a grant from the Kohler Foundation, Inc.
The Sheboygan North High Art Department is pleased to announce 15 student designed USPS postage stamps are now on display at the Sheboygan Post Office. Congratulations to the following art students: Gwen C (gr. 09), b(gr. 12), Nou Chee M (gr. 12), Keenan V (gr. 11), Kendrew C (gr. 10), Rebecca N (gr. 09), Allison S (gr. 11), Samantha A (gr. 10), Logan S (gr.12), Jacob M (gr. 12), Ranaya J-H (gr. 10), Megan B (gr. 12), Annabelle G (gr. 12), Alexandra O (gr. 10), Taylor S (gr. 10), and Maya B (gr. 10).
These large-scale post stamps measure 16 x 16 inches and were created with colored pencils utilizing 3 different techniques. They will be on display from January 28 – March 1, 2022.
The Sheboygan North High Art Department is pleased to announce that three of our art students have earned awards from this prestigious state-wide art exhibition, Scholastic Art Awards: Wisconsin Exhibition. They are Grace Z, gr.11 (Gold Key in Photography), Megan B., gr. 12 (Honorable Mention in Photography) and Luecy X., gr. 12 (Honorable Mention in Digital Art). This year there will be no in-person awards ceremony, however, student s’art can be viewed from February 5 – March 20, 2022, in the Schroeder Galleria at the Milwaukee Art Museum.
2,000 student artworks were submitted from across the state. 300 student artworks were selected.
Congratulations to the following art students: Tristan K, Jadyn L, Olive L, Rebecca N, Madeline W, and Grace Z. Their artwork will be on display at the Neville Public Museum in Green Bay until March 6th and then advance to state for the 2022 Youth Art Month Exhibition.
Must be appropriate for school – no profanity or inappropriate artwork.
Incentives you can bring up for students to submit:
You will be a published artist and/or writer (if we are able to win something from the NCTE awards, then they will be considered a published individual in an award-winning magazine). Looks great for college.
It’s easy. You can submit any work you’ve made during school (as long as they follow the simple requirements).
It can help get your artwork and/or writing out there. We are aiming to have the magazine printed and sent throughout the school as well as potentially the community!
After studying Spanish art, Spanish 5 students replicated a masterpiece of the artist of their choice. Using the Spanish language, students presented their work to the class, telling us why they chose that particular artist and piece. They taught us background information about the artist as well as analyzed the masterpiece.
PSYCHE: Surreal Intuitions features 20 works on paper by Spring 2021 artist-in-residence, Liala Amin. All works were created at her Milwaukee art studio in Walker’s Point. Due to COVID-19, we shifted our program to become virtual for the North High community.
This exhibition will run through August 31, 2021.
“the human soul, mind, or spirit.”
Who am I?
The answer to that question is found through introspection. Self-discovery arrives in soul-searching.
The spirit moves in seasons, constantly forming and changing. To find meaning I turn to what my body and mind speak and translate dreams and emotions into free flowing images. This is intuitive making, letting the unconscious speak.
Human experience is vivid and transformation endless.
How to navigate virtual art exhibition
View Exit Interview with Liala Amin. Facilitated by Frank Juarez, art department chair. Click here.
Mrs. Mattern’s art students have been recycling discarded bits of colored glass from past stained glass projects. They glue the glass onto ceramic floor tiles, then they grout their designs to make lustrous mosaics. Recently, Mr. Gary Dulmes generously donated 40 tiles for these projects, from Dulmes Carpet One. Mrs. Mattern attended the grand opening of Dulmes’ new store and presented him with a mosaic of his logo to show our thanks.