SchoolArts magazine: April 2020 Zoom
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SchoolArts magazine: April 2020

Theme: Contemporary Art

Art teachers provide opportunities for students to learn about, respond to, and create contemporary art. Students investigate the work of artists Tyree Guyton, Nam June Paik, and Ruben Guadalupe Marquez, explore surrealism and create otherworldly digital photomontages, assemble three-dimensional plywood portraits, and more.

Early Childhood
The Heidelberg Project by Sarah Kitchen
Happy and playful art inspired by Tyree Guyton.

Honoring Iconography by Kendra Sibley
Exploring devotional artworks.

Fluxus News Spreads by Craig Roland
Newspaper drawings inspired by Nam June Paik.

Middle School
Issue-Based Stencils by Timothy Chaves
Spray painting personal and global issues.

Assemblage Portraits by David Anderson
Three-dimensional portrait assemblages.

High School
Developing a Visual Dialogue by Pam Stephens
Creating art to invoke a response.

Stupendous Surrealism by Kasmira Mohanty
Otherworldly digital photomontages.

All Levels
A Conversation with Dyani White Hawk by Frank Juarez
Combining traditional cultural practices with contemporary media.

Stress/De-Stress by Lisa Kay
Finding order out of chaos.

The Mindful Studio: Breath by Jane E. Dalton
Cultivating mindfulness through art.

Looking & Learning by Karl Cole and Robb Sandagata
Lauren Clay: Use your illusion.

Point of View: Inquiring Minds by Nicole D. Brisco

Building a Bug House by Carly Arechiga
Arcimboldo Self-Portrait by Leigh Drake
Imaginary Transportation by Chelsea Thompson
Twisted Toy Design by Michael Kerr

Managing the Art Room: Connecting to Artists with Skype by Frank Juarez

The Open Art Room: Eight Rules for Making Artists by Melissa Purtee