Announcement: Wisconsin Art Education Association North East Regional Art Exhibition

The Sheboygan North High School Art Department is pleased to announce that seven art students have been selected to represent our department at the 2019 North East Regional Art Exhibition at the Neville Public Museum in Green Bay. The North East Regional Art Exhibition is part of Youth Art Month hosted by the Wisconsin Art Education Association. Out of 150 students artworks about a third will be advancing to the state art exhibition in Madison in March. Students that are advancing are Megan Bruinooge, Julia Gozdziewski, Destiny Lee, Amber Shaw, and Sara Vang, 

Below are artworks by student artists Megan Bruinooge, Julia Gozdziewski, Destiny Lee, Viridiana Lopez-Sanchez, Amber Shaw, Sara Vang, and Abbey Xiong.

Gallery

 


If you go:

Neville Public Museum, 210 Museum Road, Green Bay.

Reception: February 9 at 1pm.

Open to the public.


 

 

National Art Honor Society visits the John Michael Kohler Arts Center

The Sheboygan North High National Art Honor Society was created to offer our students with unique opportunities to engage in the local arts community. As part of a growing partnership with the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, North NAHS students  and the South High Art Club were introduced to Lenny who works in the Collections Department. He shared his experience working in the Collections Department and the many tasks that his job entails. After the presentation, they had a sneak peek to where the ‘magic’ happens. The evening concluded with a tour of the recent exhibitions led by Xoe, Education Coordinator. 

We will be visiting again in early February to hear curators talk about their role at JMKAC.

Spanish 5 Exhibition at the NHS ARTifacts Gallery

CURRENT exhibition: 

November 5 – 30, 2018

MRS. FLYNN

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.