Sheboygan, Wisconsin (June 18, 2019) – Sheboygan North High School is proud to announce that eight high school art students have been selected to participate in the Latino Arts, Inc’s Big Idea 6: Cultural Pollinator Exhibition. Students exhibiting are Megan Brunogie, Lily-rose Butterfield, Emily Jose-Camarillo, Joey Pittner, Sydney Tomlinson, Anabelle Wilcott, Emma Wilson, and Angelica Zietlow. They created art in response to how they see themselves in today’s society.
The title Big Idea 6:Cultural Pollinator is in reference to the sharing of ideas, cultural traditions, social and political influences, introspection and creativity that contribute to the diverse and ever evolving multicultural communities that we as individuals contribute to. This exhibition will showcase a unity of study or Big Idea produced by students during the 2018-2019 school year by grades 3-12.
This exhibit aims to create a respectful dialogue among participating school by sharing the variety of ideas explored through visual arts education. The Latino Arts, Inc. encourages the participating teachers and students to share with their attendees the process of creating the work through process photos, lesson outlines, and artist statements along with the completed art work.
The Big Idea 6: Cultural Pollinator Exhibition runs from June 28 – August 30, 2019 with a reception on June 30 from 6-8pm. The Latino Arts, Inc is located at 1028 S 9th St, Milwaukee, WI 53204.
Video by Sydney (this piece will not be exhibited)
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Developing Your Own Unique Art Program. May 7, 2019.
One of the best approaches that I see as life-changing is integrating advocacy with the business side of art education. If you take a close look at how a business operates, you will notice that we experience similar objectives in art education. For example, who is our audience? What makes us stand out compared to another art program? In what way can we attract new students? How can we retain current students? What successes have our alumni accomplished? Read more.
After learning and discussing French painters in class, students chose a French artist to research, and present to their peers. Included in their presentation they had to create their own original art pieces based on sources of inspiration from their chosen artist and research.
About the NHS ARTifacts Gallery
The NHS ARTifacts Gallery was launched at the beginning of our 2013-2014 school year. The gallery is designed to provide all North High School staff the opportunity to showcase their students’ work in a professional exhibition space by infusing art into their curriculum. This exhibition space is facilitated, organized and installed by the Sheboygan North High Art Department.
Join us Friday, April 5th from 6-8pm for an art exhibition featuring over 100+ student works of art ranging from 2-D to 3-D. The following art programs are participating: Central High School (Mrs. Matter), Sheboygan North High School (Mr. Juarez), Sheboygan South High School (Mr. Sommersberger), and Tower Program (Ms. Higgins).
EBCO ArtWorks is located at 1201 Erie Avenue in Sheboygan.
Doors open at 5:50pm.
Here is a sampling of what North will be exhibiting.