Immortalizing America’s Generous Spirit
April 15, 2019

Immortalizing America’s Generous Spirit

Ms Esrum! There’s a bull butt on the roof!” In this unexpected and rather undignified manner, my student effectively got his class interested in a project that would probably be the most absurd and profound in the history of Hillcrest High School’s art department.  Where did I find that bull and the idea for the […]

Up For Auction!
April 15, 2019

Up For Auction!

My students and I were asked to create an auction piece for the annual fundraiser for our local education foundation. The foundation hosts an annual fundraiser and it’s a big gala event. They get sponsors and have a large auction to raise money to support the local pubic school district.  Normally, the middle school does […]

3D Intro Art / Article 9 of 10
April 15, 2019

3D Intro Art / Article 9 of 10

Article 9 of 10 INDOOR SCULPTURE GARDEN by Debi West Have you ever thought about how cool it would be to have your students build an indoor sculpture garden? I remember a few years ago when our city of Suwanee, Georgia, started their very own “Sculpt-tour” (www.suwanee.com/whatsnew.sculptour.php) and I would have loved to incorporate this […]

Tried & True Tips / May 2019
April 15, 2019

Tried & True Tips / May 2019

Tried & True Tips for Art Teachers is a monthly roundup of advice and wisdom from fellow art teachers, put together by the intrepid Glenda Lubiner. Art Gives Life “I don’t like to say I have given my life to art. I prefer to say art has given me my life.”—Frank Stella It’s May, and […]