All of our projects this year will be available online through your school or teacher. You can do the projects in your classroom or at home. Please have your teacher or PTA/PTO leader contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for the access link.
Students learn about the work of artist Mark Rothko a 1940’s abstract expressionist. They will get to study color theory and technique with chalk pastels on paper.
By Robin Sarner
This project highlights organic shapes for fun, spontaneous doodling, and embracing their mistakes to create a glorious colorful freeform image
By Kathy Keller-Bauer
Stack It Up
Learn about the Folk Art movement with a feature on New Mexico artist Gabriella Denton and her colorful animal art.
By Nan Young
Students learn about Australian prehistoric aboriginal art based on story-telling with symbols. Artists will pick a spirit animal to draw and paint along with creating a story about their animal.
By Sharma Ashish
Mackintosh: Art Nouveau
Following the work of artist Charles Mackintosh, students will learn about the Art Nouveau movement in architecture, design, font styles and aesthetic while they create their own tulip picture with a unique frame.
By Suzanne Gibson