November 5 – 30, 2018
SPANISH 5: THE STUDY OF SPANISH ARTISTS
After studying Spanish art, Spanish 5 students will replicate a masterpiece of the artist of their choice. Using the Spanish language, students will present their work to the class, telling us why they chose that particular artist and piece. They will teach us background information about the artist as well as analyze the masterpiece. The genres students chose included etching, painting, murals, architecture and photography.
These works are on view at the NHS ARTifacts Gallery, 2nd floor.
The Sheboygan North High Art Department is pleased to announce that it has officially became a National Art Honor Society (NAHS) chapter. This is the first chapter of its kind in our North High history dedicated to the visual arts.
Visual arts education is essential to 21st-century learning. As a new NAHS chapter we will be utilizing the NAEA to stay ahead of developments in the field of arts education by being introduced to a broad perspective of important research, issues, and policy trends that are important. As a NAHS chapter we are connected to thousands of chapters from around the globe who are passionate about the integral role of the visual arts in ensuring all students to receive a high-quality, effective, and well-rounded education.
We believe that the National Art Honor Society will contribute to reaching our building goals. In addition, introducing students to a diverse art offering beyond the walls of North High will expand their minds, to participate in new art experiences, and to be provided with leadership opportunities, which will contribute to their personal and academic growth. Student success is very important to us and our professional goal is to assist them in their journeys.
Frank Juarez, art dept chair, NAHS co-sponsor
Antoinette Matter, teacher, NAHS co-sponsor
This week students continued to work on their pen & ink drawings in Art Foundations 3. AP Studio art student, Elena, is working on a series of global warming. Emma is rockin’ her pencil drawing of her horse. During Raider Time, students were introduced to meditation drawings. Lastly, we kicked off our artist lecture series with artist, Cristian Andersson from Appleton. He talked about his work, “Scriptorium”.
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ON VIEW NOW
ends April 1, 2018
The John Michael Kohler Arts Center is pleased to present the thirty-second annual Youth Art Month exhibition. This show celebrates the multifaceted talents and artistic achievements of Sheboygan County’s youth while recognizing and applauding the devoted art educators who encourage and guide these young artists. The works in this gallery, created during the 2017–2018 school year by students enrolled in kindergarten through high school, were chosen by art teachers throughout the county. Students were encouraged to consider drawing inspiration from the Arts Center’s Unseen Forces exhibition series through processes such as painting, sketching, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, and photography. Created from a variety of materials, these works range from exuberant to introspective.