Great for the New Year! These little sculptures keep an “eye” on your dreams and goals for the New Year!
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Develop an original theme for your building with mural artist Jen Russo to be completed on site, off site or with student assistance.
Creating radial designs called mandalas, students explore visual rhythm and pattern. These radial designs can be done in sand, paint, and colored pencils, stamped or as arrangements and photographed.
This program combines visual expression with yoga as a tool for body awareness.
Students explore line patterns, visual textures, shapes, negative and positive shapes, landscapes or faces using the versatile medium of foam. The possibilities are endless!
Can be extended into a mu
Students learn about the basic elements of music through traditional rhythms, based on the age-old concept, “if you can say it, you can play it.”
Visual Artist Gerald Mead’s work consists of small scale collage/ assemblages that incorporate photographic images and found objects.
Sculptures made from found objects, or assemblages, provide students with an unusual way to express themselves, as well as innovate!
Residency program: Through the themes of Strength and Power; Cooperation vs. competition; leadership and responsibility; partnership and trust; self discipline vs. external control, students will acquire positive character traits.
Students take a personal journey down the Erie Canal by speaking in the voices of the era. An experienced teaching poet or writer leads literary exercises involving vintage maps, photographs, drawing