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I will be presenting about how we use animation in the elementary art room at the National Art Education conference in NYC. Much of what I will be sharing is found on my STEAM flyer here.
We had a 3rd grader, Karis, recognized for her 2nd grade painting at the IAEA student art show reception. Her portrait will travel the state all year along with 44 other K-12 pieces to represent the best of the best in Illinois K-12 art. You can view the exhibit in April 2017 at the Palatine Public Library.
Thank you for supporting ABC/25 foundation. I won a STEAM grant that challenges students to think like engineers and artists as they create an automated art-making robot. See my post here.
View the pumpkin patch paintings where students mixed primary colors to make secondaries, overlapped to make foreground, middle ground, and background, and a horizon line in these beautiful landscapes here: Artsonia Art Gallery - Kindergarten Landscapes
Then, first graders put their wild things that were inspired by a book, back into a book with a digital lesson to make these physical bookmarks: Artsonia Art Gallery - Wild Thing Bookmarks They will be going home soon.