Then PE and Art mash up to see what they can discover using experiences and materials they have used before to create new work:
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We are preparing for the second art exhibit partnering with the InterContinental Phnom Penh in just 2 days!
Today Ms Anna and Ms Kelli dropped off all the artwork to be hung and labeled.
Then the opening of the “Out and About” Exhibit is at 6pm on Thursday, 13 December!
Last Thursday evening at NISC was the annual first semester celebration of the arts… concert, art walks and families all together to enjoy the semesters works…
Musical, theatrical, dance performances alongside art from Early Learners, Primary, Middle and Upper school students= Amazing and magical!
Here are just a few images to show what we have been doing…
Updates from Studio X our very own collaborative multi-age art club. We have members from grade 4- grade 12 and we are attacking our school campus with art!
We have taken over the main stairs of our central building and made them amazing!
Designed by grade 12 Tanya and painted over 2 weekends with the help of all the group members, we love it and hope you will too…
In the first unit, art is collaborating in a few of the units at various levels.
In the 4/5 unit, art is an integral piece of the inquiry into cultures and how we express ourselves.
While each student is go using on a different culture to inquire through, they are looking at how traditions, rituals and artifacts reflect the cultures beliefs and values. Each learner will also recreate an artifact used to reflect these beliefs and values.
Here is some in progress work that is taking place:
and a few completed:
In the 2/3 yellow class, students were inquiring into organs and what they really look like. After talking about medical illustration, the students observed dissections of a cow lung and the hearts of both a pig and cow. On their clipboards the learners recorded the sights, smells and details from the dissections which were led by upper school science students.
I recently stumbled upon the Art House CO-OP from Brooklyn, New York and was inspired by some of the work on their site…
Their Sketchbook Project especially got me thinking. Could we do this, we missed the deadline for sign-up, and the next one will not be until October 2011, seems a bit far off. SO I thought if we try running it as an ASA (After School Activity) maybe we can generate an interest for the next entry time.
Three students signed up, all grade 5 girls. They just really want some open studio time and this gave them that excuse.
So here are the first three sketchbooks:
Oh and 5 more kids signed up the second mini session for the Sketchbook Project!