Student ART SHOW!!
The Lower Division Student Art Show had a first time ever art opening reception Tuesday morning after our annual pancake breakfast, from 7:30-8:30am. Artists and families came by Crabtree library to enjoy the artwork that lower division students have created this year. There were about 800 pieces up for display for this BIG event! This was the first time I have put together an art show of this magnitude and I'm so pleased with the space and how it all turned out.
At our art show, you can expect:
- Water to stay hydrated
- Lots of visual stimuli
- 4th grade artists got to have a special QR code by their name tags so that visitors can scan the code to hear the artist reflect and give some insight about the work they created. Yeah that is very COOL! Check out our audioboom (shaboom shabooom) site
- Download the QR Reader app before you arrive for the show
Some of the Fourth grade soap sculptures, or the prehistoric-inspired "Ivory" figurines and petroglyphs.
We had a few of the ceramic looms on display, too! These were created in the weaving afterschool enrichment class.
The library was a great space to showcase the students' artwork.
Here are a few of the Third grade fall harvest still life drawings.
How cool is this?! The Fourth grade artists created a voice recording component to go along with their visual art piece. They recorded their sweet voices, their stories, their poems, or their reflections on the Audioboom app and I printed a QR code for each student for the show.
Here are some of the Second grade "Beautiful Ooops" mixed-media pieces they created in the fall.
Of course we had to have a slideshow to share the artwork that couldn't be in the art show. Some pieces were taken home and some are out in our story stone "garden" by the art room.