I hope you all have a restful and fun break this week. If students have spare time, it would be a great time to make an entry for this year's Art and Engineering Show: STEAMed About Climate Change. The show will highlight work and research done by our Middle School students in Science and Art. They have been studying issues relateing to the health of our planet, and their art and engineering projects will show their views. Plan to see their work!
When: Friday, April 20
Where: Prescott School, 2nd Floor
Part of this year’s show will be an art-making challenge for the K-5th grade students. Students are challenged to use recycled plastic bottles to make a piece of original art.
- Use only plastic bottles (bottle caps are also fine) and adhesives of your choice.
- Art will be exhibited on a tabletop, and each project should take up no more than 18x18 inches of table space.
- Attach a label to each entry with the title, student name, and student grade level. See Ms. Ammons if you do not have one.
- Entries are to be made at home and are due to Ms. Ammons in the Art Room no later than April 16th.
All entries will be exhibited at the art show, and ribbons will be given for the top 3 most creative entries in grades K-2 and 3-5. Be creative! Contact me (Art Teacher Ms. Ammons) with any questions! firstname.lastname@example.org
Need some inspiration? Read about the art of Veronika Richterova who makes beautiful sculptures from recycled plastic bottles.