In the weeks leading up to the Innovation Faire, Fahamu Peacou will be coming to Westminster! He is scheduled to work with art classes and inspire us at a few Assemblies. Some of his paintings can be viewed in Broyles Art Center, and Here is a WCAT student interview. Be sure to check it out!
To celebrate the Day of the Dead, students came to the Innovation Lab. The final display is on the second floor, outside of Ms. Martin’s office.
7th grade students in the new Art-Spanish-History elective class are starting the year by building a geodesic dome. They plan to use the dome as an audio/visual display of student course work. Check out these photos of the kids building prototypes. Great idea, team Baker-Orsini-Campbell!!
Students in Ms. Blodgett’s 6th grade art classes have spent several week creating stop-motion animation videos using our Hue Animation cameras and software. Ms. Blodgett asked the students to focus on a coming of age storyline and character development in addition to the craftsmanship, staging, and lighting of the production. Here are some photos of … More Stop Motion Animation
From taking selfies to painting self-portraits, creating art in ones image is a classic yet interesting way to catalog where you are and reflect on who you are at a place in time. Students in Ms. Hurd’s art classes took a twist on the classic self-portrait by studying the major sections of the brain and … More Steamy Self Portraits