“We don’t make mistakes, just happy little accidents” – Bob Ross It is Friday morning after our annual art show, which was held on Tuesday evening. I hadn’t posted about it until today because I feel like I’m still living it with clay work distribution continuing and the classroom not quite back to normal yet. This […]
It is my sincere pleasure to announce the fifteen students chosen to have their work on display in the 12th annual Art in the Vally art show, which is being held this weekend at the F.W. Hartnett Middle School in Blackstone, MA. This is a large event showcasing hundreds of art works by K-8 art […]
The arts teach children that in complex forms of problem solving purposes are seldom fixed, but change with circumstance and opportunity. Learning in the arts requires the ability and a willingness to surrender to the unanticipated possibilities of the work as it unfolds. – Elliot Eisner Once again I am happy to showcase six middle […]
Long after our in-house art show is over, our online gallery continues to display new artwork. Today, three new projects have been uploaded to Artsonia. Abstraction: For this project, students divided the 2 dimensional paper plane of a still life using an abstraction technique called Contour Continuation. Once divided, they filled the positive space with […]
So, you missed the art show even after this relentless campaign of advertising (in a former life I may have worked for Burma Shave?). The annual Miscoe Hill Art Show was held as part of the Miscoe Hill Elective Student Showcase (M.E.S.S.). It was a warmer and sunnier than usual April 11 (a perfect night for […]
Don’t miss it! Huichol inspired fifth grade yarn paintings will be on display at the Miscoe Elective Student Showcase (M.E.S.S) – TOMORROW Tuesday, April 11 from 6-8pm.
As promised !! BREAKING NEWS !! about our special guest host for Family Game Night! She is often found with her nose in a Harry Potter book. She is sometimes dressed as Moaning Myrtle. Yes, our special guest host is none other than fourth grade Clough teacher, Mrs. Marie Brigham! Stop by and play some handmade […]