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LA RIVER PAINTINGS

LA RIVER PAINTINGS

Third Grade creates Los Angeles River inspired paintings with imagined revitalization of local ecosystems.

NATIVE GARDEN

NATIVE GARDEN

The native garden is adorned with sixth grade ceramic vessels exploring texture and glaze. They catch water as the garden is fed and save it for our bird inhabitants.      

FOLDS + FORMS

FOLDS + FORMS

These clay forms, inspired by the natural world, take a scientific approach as we explore how ceramics depend on different combinations of minerals to make various clay bodies and glaze formulas.                

AMINALS IN PERIL

AMINALS IN PERIL

ANIMALS IN PERIL : ENDANGERED ANIMAL MASKS First and Second Grade explore the impact of changing ecosystems on animal life. We selected species from around the world who are threatened by our quickly changing environments. Beginning with drawing studies of our animals faces we looked […]

GREEK MASKS

GREEK MASKS

Sixth Grade studies the mythology of Ancient Greece. Using plaster casting techniques we model the faces of the god and goddesses and show connections between the natural world and this fantastic pantheon.    

EARTH DAY

EARTH DAY

We celebrate Earth Day this week with an exploration of artists John Grade and Andy Goldsworthy, who work to highlight the marvels of our natural world with extraordinary sculptural installation.  

SPIRIT ANIMALS + COIL POTTERY

SPIRIT ANIMALS + COIL POTTERY

This has been an exploration of tribal communities within North America…focusing on individual culture as related to the natural landscape and the relationship of indigenous people to regional areas.

STREETS OF BOSTON: FIFTH GRADE

STREETS OF BOSTON: FIFTH GRADE

The culmination of our study of Colonial America and the Revolutionary War: We focused on the seeds of democracy and the development of the constitution and human rights. We explored the importance of newspapers and early printmaking, as well as poetry, spoken word, art for […]