Even when we have “free build” in design lab, we design for a reason. We have to think: who did I design for? What problem am I trying to fix? What does my creation do? Why did I choose it? Where will it be used? During a lively discussion about different types of designers, some […]
On Friday, March 4th, the fourth grade class visited the studio of Rhode Island based artist Donald Gerola. His sculptures can be seen in various locations around Providence and around the world! We were given the unique opportunity to see where he creates and learn more about his style. We explored his amazing steel sculptures (some […]
In late January, Laurence Humier, a Belgian architectural engineer who works in Milan, presented to our parents on the topic “Science and Young Children.” Ms. Humier’s work has been featured at the Museum of Modern Art, and she was recently honored with the title of Knight of Merit Walloon by the Belgian government. Her work combines expressiveness, […]
With pride, this child shows why a picture is worth a thousand words! Although she has combined what she learned in previous lessons about shapes, depth, repetition, and symmetry, this student also shows us that sometimes it feels like art ‘just happens.’
Art class features a study of the elements of art. Here, a 3rd Grader shows just how fun studying line and texture can be!