Ms. Zaberer's Art Page
Please click on the grade level galleries to see what your child is doing in art!
Ed Center Art Show
Ed Center Art Show at 1426 Quincy St. Gallery Hours 7:45-4:30
Art Show Reception April 15th 6:30-8pm
Artwork will be up from March 26th- April 28th
Click on the link above to see students working on the mural.
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APS Martin Luther King, Jr. Literacy and Visual Arts Contest
5th grade art enrichment class worked on visual art entries for the contest. We have been working on using photography and text together to create a work of art. We just finished a unit on self portraits and artist Barbara Kruger, where they connected text to their portrait, using the iPad.
Today we used the same technology to create MLK, Jr. portraits with text. First the students brainstormed some words or phrases that they connect to MLK, Jr. Then using the iPad we used goggle to search for images of MLK, Jr., then used Photoshop Express to filter the images, and then took the images into Sketchbook Pro to add text. I think we will have some successful entries for the contest.
Barnes and Noble Book Fair
Above is the artwork of second grade students that will be on display at Barnes and Noble in Clarendon from December 2- December 8.
Attend the book fair on December 6 to view art work, hear music from Long Branch students, and raise money to support Long Branch PTA.
Students looked at the artwork of James Audubon and painted warm colors turkeys.
Monday, September 15, 2014 is International Dot Day
Dot Day is a celebration of creativity and making your mark! The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds is a story about a girl in art class and inspiration, courage, and creativity.
On Monday the students in art class will be making their mark by creating their own dot and joining them together to see how everyone creates differently. Above is a photo gallery of our collaborative creation and the students working on their dots.
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