The Art Interns of 2015-2016 have completed their mission of creating and updating the very first Art Workshop Blog! Congrats to this crew! Find out more about their experience in this video they created.
The middle school students at City View are proud to present their show, Wolves, displayed for the month of May at Insomnia Coffee’s Baseline location!
Our class had a bunch of materials that we used during this project including, charcoal, ink pens, paint, ink, print making blocks, etc. To print make you need a print making block, a light piece of carbon paper and a ball point pen to draw on the paper and over the block. Then add any color of ink to make a print on a thick piece of paper.
The 3rd graders in our school were studying about ancient native
American artifacts and artifacts from today. They looked at pictures made by Jim Dine and try to make ink art like him. They also wrote poems about what they are drawing about.
The middle school students are trying to make 3 dimensional shapes in honor of Aakash Nihalani. They used glue dots to hang up the designs around the school. First they drew their design on cardboard. Then they used thin and thick tape to make the design. Then they cut the design out with scissors and box cutters.
Fourth grade recently had a fun choice day. Painting with watercolors makes Fourth grade happy. With other choices such as origami, free draw and many more, choice day is a fun day to reward them for being good in previous classes, and to let their limits disappear. Also it lets them have fun and talk to their friends.