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Tomorrow is the Annual District Wide Art Show at the Wellsboro Administration Building from 6:00-8:30 PM. Every student will be represented with a piece of artwork in the show. Hours upon hours of volunteer work and care are put into this wonderful event. Today’s edition of Art from the Heart serves to recognize these amazing volunteers and give a sneak preview of the art you’ll be able to see on Wednesday night!
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Happy National Youth Art Month!
During the month of March, the National Art Education Association celebrates National Youth Art Month (NYAM), which recognizes art education and encourages support of the visual arts. NYAM began in 1961 and has been gaining momentum ever since. The theme for 2016-2017 is “United Through Art” and to increase community understanding and interest in art education we decided not only to celebrate the event in school, but to share creativity with the community through local restaurants…
Don Gill Elementary’s biennial fundraiser for grades K-4 is in motion and the students’ work is looking amazing!
Display My Art is a fun opportunity for students to get his/her artwork published on numerous products such as t-shirts, Christmas ornaments, pillow cases, coffee mugs, water bottles, and so much more! There is no obligation for students to purchase anything and they will receive a complimentary magnet with their artwork just for submitting…
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It was a hit – an evening of “the arts”!
Wednesday evening hundreds of people gathered at the Wellsboro Administration building to celebrate the talented students of Wellsboro Area School District. There were over 1,200 pieces of artwork on display in addition to the Women’s Ensemble and Dickens Choir. The Steps of Expression took the stage and performed many creative routines. The kids also had a blast doing interactive art with Pop’s Culture Shoppe and giving “shout outs” on the radio as KC 101.5 broadcasted the festivities…
As the fourth grade art classes at Don L. Gill Elementary School transition from one lesson to the next, students are working on a project that ties in all kinds of information that can be utilized in state testing, Arts and Humanities standards, daily life, or for pure enjoyment. These students accomplish this through their tessellation assignment, which consists of art history (Dutch artist M.C. Escher) in addition to other cross-curricular core content. Although the assignment appears simple, it is a complex process which takes time, skill, and creativity to succeed from start to finish…