Every year, the National Art Honor Society creates large Trojan-head signs for the Homecoming festivities that sit happily on the sides of cars in the Homecoming parade. Sweethearts, Class Representatives, and honorary guests were happy to receive beautiful signs created by student members of NAHS. The students raised over $350 for the club and worked […]
Frida on the cover of Vogue for the first time. What a gorgeous layout, and overall a great thing for her, her legacy, and her art. From the article: This isn’t the first time Kahlo has been featured in Vogue; she was also interviewed in American Vogue in 1937. We’ve been admiring this image for years […]
Leanne Shapton is an observer, and through paint, she has documented patterns she finds in her daily life. Check them out here and here, featured in the New York Times. What would you record from your everyday experiences- what patterns do you see that intrigue you? Try documenting them in your sketchbook.
What do you see? What did you learn? What do you think? How does it make you feel? Does it make you think about the potential of artmaking? There are so many ways we can learn about, create, and share our knowledge of art and art history. Keep your mind open to multimedia projects! The […]
More images from the altered books! The students have been creating new pages everyday. They’re becoming more and more impressive as the days go by.