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After school we’ve been working on crafts, including a little bit of everything in this week’s projects. Read More »

Expression Through Movement

Music and dance drove this week’s art in our After School Workshop, and we added the extra element of paint to visualize our movement! Read More »

Art Nouveau

In the late 19th and early 20th centuries the Art Nouveau movement produced curving, fluid decoration, taking its inspiration from nature. What, you ask, does that have to do with an astronaut costume? Read More »


The theme of the week was architecture, so the kids designed their dream houses! Read More »

Joan Miro

Joan Miro was the artist inspiring this week’s works. He helped look differently at lines, shapes and composition. Read More »

A Spring In Our Step

We had a new big word this week- Iconography. Our teachers asked the students, what does spring look like to you? What images represent spring? Read More »

The Party Game

This week we’ve been honing our performance skills, and what better way to do that than with improv games! Read More »

Valentines Art

What do we love? Pizza, pine cones and plate-making! Read More »

Jim Dine and Hearts

Jim Dine is a representational maker, working in drawing and sculpture. He uses a basic image and explores it, repeats it and represents it in different media.  Read More »


We use words every day, whether speaking, reading or writing. Words tell us to stop at the intersection, they form the strings of dialogue that make up Hamlet and they’re what you’re reading right now.  Read More »

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