AIR Happenings as of February 10th

Hello all! I am so happy and honored to be your Artist in Residence this semester! Thank you to Mr. J and the rest of the faculty at NHS for inviting me to be a part of your community.

Much of my work explores the concept of landscape and utilizes found materials to create invented spaces and structures. Below are some views of my new work space as well as a couple in-progress images of what I have been working on since beginning this residency.

If you would like to see some of my work in person, I have a couple small collages and drawings hanging in the display case outside of the art room; feel free to take a look!

I am very excited to be an art resource for the students and faculty as well as have the opportunity to further develop my artistic practice. I will be working in room 17 Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 8am-4pm, so everyone is always welcome to stop by and check out what I’m working on!

Sara Willadsen

North High Art Student’s Design selected for Youth Art Month Flag


Frank Juarez

Sheboygan North High School

1042 School Avenue

Sheboygan, WI 53083

(920) 803-7699


North High Art Student’s Design selected for Youth Art Month Flag

Sheboygan – January 14, 2014

Sheboygan North High School Art Department is pleased to announce Autumn L’s, grade 11, Youth Art Month (YAM) design was one of the 16 designs chosen for the 2014 Wisconsin Art Education Association’s Wisconsin Youth Art Month Flag. There were 327 designs submitted from K-12 grade students across the state. She will be recognized on Friday, April 4th at the State Capitol in Madison. Her design will be printed on a 5foot x 3foot flag that will be displayed in San Diego, CA during the National Art Education Association Conference.

Autumn Legaspi YAM 2014 Submission

  YAM Flag Design by Autumn L



Wisconsin Art Education Association YAM 2014 FLAG


About Youth Art Month

Youth Art Month (YAM) is an annual observance every March to emphasize the value of art education for all youth to encourage support for quality school art programs. YAM provides a forum for acknowledging skills that are fostered through experience in the visual arts that are not possible in other subjects offered in the curriculum.

Contact Frank Juarez at 920.803.7699 or fjuarez(at) for further information about this exhibition.