Friday, September 19, 2014
This month's extra credit assignment for Media Arts class is to see and write a short review of the film Boyhood by Richard Linklater and starring Patricia Arquette, Ellar Coltrane, Lorelei Linklater and Ethan Hawke. The film was made over a period of 12 years and follows characters as they grow up through elementary, middle, and high school and what they deal with in the process. It's extremely innovative in its scope and is a must see film for any student of the medium. the extra credit is due on October 1.
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Welcome to art room 161 this classroom blog is used for all our assignments and is a great reference for due dates, study guides, extra credit, and keeping track of what's going on in class. Here's some of our ongoing projects that we'll be working on in all Mr. Needles classes:
Studio in Media:
Short & Sweet NYC-http://www.shortandsweetnyc.com/author/tim-needles/
You Tube- http://www.youtube.com/user/TimNeedles
Studio in Art:
Google Art Project- http://www.googleartproject.com/
Illustration Friday- http://illustrationfriday.com/
AP Studio Art:
Drawing 1 & 2:
Illustration Friday- http://illustrationfriday.com/
National Art Honor Society & National Media Art Honor Society:
Young Arts- http://www.youngarts.org/
LI Best- http://www.heckscher.org/
In AP Art class we are beginning The Artist Project in which I assign each member of the class two artists to research who I feel have some commonality to the work you have been creating and you're responsible for researching each artist and creating a short presentation with 10 full size images and a short biography with sources. Below is the list of artists and the presentations are due on Wednesday:
Andrew: Eric Fischl & Xu Bing
Paige: Francisco Goya & Käthe Kollwitz
Juliana: Donald Baechler & Lauren Greenfield
Mikenzie: Sigmar Polke & Ai Weiwei
Christian: Sebastião Salgado & William Eggleston
Troy: David LaChapelle & Billy Kidd
Rose: Tara McPherson & Marilyn Minter
MacKenzie: Barry McGee & Kimsooja
Morgan: Yayoi Kusama & Mona Hatoum
Samantha: Louise Bourgeois & Peter Beard
Bella: Cindy Sherman & Barbara Kruger
Cassandra: Chuck Close & Alphonse MuchaKristin: Gustov Klimt & Henri Cartier-Bresson
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Today is the meeting of the Art & Media Art Honor Society after school at 2pm in room 161 and we'll be discussing the projects we;ll be doing this year. We'll also be planning the first field trip of the year to NYC and the volunteering opportunities at the Hampton's Film Festival along with some early planning on this year's Haunted House for Safe Halloween!
This week in Media Art class we are talking about producers, directors, production companies, and how films and television shows are created. Here's a list of some of the production companies you might be most familiar with: American film studios take a look and see who makes your favorite films. We'll have a quiz on Friday of the basic job titles on a film set and what they're responsible for.
The Art & Media Art honor society will also be meeting today in room 161 and we'll be discussing volunteering for the Hamptons International Film Festival which we take part in every year. The festival takes place in the Hamptons on October 9-13 and will feature Academy Award winning actress Hilary Swank (Boys Don't Cry & Million Dollar Baby) and director Joel Schumacher (St. Elmo's Fire & A Time to Kill).
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
In Studio Art we began our Drawing unit and are beginning to review the drawing terminology. The video above shows the basic elements or art and design that we are working with and you can also reference my Quizlet study guide to review all the terms you'll be responsible for. We'll have a short quiz Friday on the drawing terms.
Monday, September 15, 2014
This week in class we are drawing each member of the class. It's not just a great icebreaker, the experience also teaches you to look closely at subjects and distinguish facial features. Remember the best way to improve at anything is simply to do it often so if nothing else you'll get a good amount of practice a t drawing portraits!
Friday, September 12, 2014
In AP art we completed reviewing the summer assignments and went over the first assignment of the class which is to draw or paint on a 3D surface. The video below from Soul Pancake shows artist Cheeming Boey a great example of this technique but you can find it all through art history back to the beginning cave paintings. The final piece is due on Wednesday in class. If you want to see more of Boey's work check out his cup collection and his website iamboey.com
We also started "New Technique Week" in which we'll learn a new advanced art technique every day for a week. Today we experimented with open paint and yesterday we learned how to transfer photographs. Above is part of the demo that I did in class and on Thursday each student will chose one or two of the techniques and incorporate them into a new piece.
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
In Studio Art class today we learned the basics of contour line drawing along with continuous-line contour drawing, and blind contour drawing. We started by drawing our own hands and we'll continue with more subjects this week. The video above give some additional insight on the drawing style if you had any difficulty understanding. Tomorrow we'll expand on the technique and look specifically at the silhouettes of the objects. Below is a really great contour line drawing done by a student a few years ago of another classmate in my classroom.
Monday, September 8, 2014
In Media Arts class we began learning about the history of film and notable people in the process such as Thomas Edison, William K Dickson, and the Lumiere Brothers. Here's a link to the study guide and the video above goes into more detail about the Lumiere Brothers first films. Below is the short film we watched in class showing how a camera obscura, lens, and aperture works. Well have a short quiz on Friday based on the material we cover today and tomorrow so be sure to use the study guide!
Friday, September 5, 2014
We began drawing in our sketchbooks today with a great drawing method known as the Zentangle which fills in space with different textures and patterns. The specific type of pattern we learned is based on the great Art Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939). We began by drawing out our name is a design font or script and filling in areas around it using Zentangle patterns such as the Mucha pattern shown in the video above. This finished design will be due on Tuesday and will count as the first grade of the year. Below is a great tribute painting to Alphonse Mucha by the street artist Mear One from La Brea, Los Angeles.
Thursday, September 4, 2014
Welcome to a new school year! Today in class we'll be going over some of the basic and discuss the expectation for each class and below are links to a few of the contests and opportunities we will be talking about:
National Art & Media Art Honor Societies- the art club is open to all students enrolled and meets Wednesdays after school in room 161. We do art workshops, alumni talks, volunteer at local events such as the Hampton's Film Festival, go on art related field trips, arrange the annual haunted house, work with outside charity organisations, arrange art shows, and work on student driven extra-curricular projects.
Google for Education- We'll be taking advantage of Google's new classroom technologies to share information and collaborate in the classroom.
The Japan Society's Going Global program- Classes will collaborate on lessons virtually with students from Japan, the US, and Pakistan on projects throughout the year. There is also a student exchange program which students may enroll in.
Friday, June 20, 2014
I am happy to finally be able to announce that Sabrina Shankar is the winner of the Smithtown Township's 350th Anniversary Logo Contest with her logo pictured above. The logo will be used throughout next year on the town's stationary, street banners, shirts, and in all of the celebration activities as well as being included in the time capsule that is being buried in front of town hall. I had a chance to celebrate with Sabrina and her mother yesterday at the announcement press conference at town hall with town dignitaries, the school superintendent, and the principal of High School East. We are all very proud of the hard work and dedication Sabrina had shown in her High School years and wish her the best in her future as she heads down south to the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Congratulations to Gabby Lynn of the AP Art class who was the winner of this year's Curran & Conners Scholarship at Smithtown High School East. Yesterday I had the opportunity to tour the offices of design and advertising agency The Curran & Conners with Gabby and the winner from Smithtown West and it was a terrific learning experience. The company's vice president and office manager brought us through their offices and gave the students some terrific advice on succeeding in the industry and what it takes to make the cut. We had a chance to look at some of their amazing design work and get a real sense of what's it's like to work in one of the big firms!
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
The 2014-2015 AP Art class will have a short meeting today Wednesday June 11 at 2:05pm in room 161 to discuss the schedule and summer assignments which are posted below. If you cannot attend for any reason make sure you see Mr.Needles and complete the 26 assignments by the first week of class because they are a large part of the first quarter grade and the AP test itself.
As an example of what a finished work should look like in terms of the art/design principals above is an example of the first assignment (listed below) by Shelby and below are examples of Clay's concentration pieces and some of the finalists for the Shanti Peace Posters by Lisa and others from the AP Art class a from earlier this year. If you have any questions about the assignments feel free to email me or come speak with me, other than that remember to enjoy the work and don't stress out because it usually means death to creativity!
Assignment #1: Inspiration- Take a look at this list of 100 Artists from Art 21, choose any artist and create a piece responding to (not copying or in their style) their work. The list includes everyone from artist who use traditional media such as: Cindy Sherman and Richard Serra to artist like: Ai Weiwei, Marina Abramović, and Laurie Anderson who do performance pieces. Video clips are available for each artist on the website so do a bit of research, find something in one of the artists that you connect to and create a piece on it.
Assignment #2: Darkness/Fear- Create a work that has a theme of noir, darkness, and/or fear in some way. Incorporate a style which incorporates deep shadows and a grim urban setting, photographed in somber tones and/or a feeling of disillusionment, pessimism, and despair. This can be real or imagined, personal or social.
Assignment #3: A mixed-media portrait- Create a portrait using various media in monochrome or in color. Feel free to use any medium you desire (ink, collage, newspaper, paint, & other mixed media) and as many media as you like. The style may be handled in any way you wish: realistic, abstract, expressive, impressionistic or cubistic, etc. This portrait should reveal something significant about the model. Hands, torso and face are important features and should be included in the work. Try an unusual surface. The portrait may be done on any flat smooth unbreakable surface such as cardboard, mural paper, plywood, masonite, plexiglass, homasote board, etc.
Assignment #4: Man vs. Nature- Create a work showing the contrast between man and nature. This too can be personal or social (environmentally, philosophically, ect) and literal or figurative. Try to stay away from the cliché imagery and find a unique take on a very ancient theme.
Assignment #5: A Day In Your Life- Choose a moment from your everyday life and express it visually using any media. This can be a moment that’s memorable or very average, reoccurring or just a moment you remember. Try to use media that helps illustrate the moment and think about your perspective vs. others when creating the imagery.
Part II: Process Assignments:
Part II: Process Assignments:
Create new 20 pages in your sketchbook/photographs/works on paper in themes of your choice in any media that you want to work with for the AP test (pencil, photography, mixed media, ect.). Experiment with creating multiple pieces with the same theme or if you aren't sure what theme to work with create pieces then go back and identify what the themes you tend to work in are. Try to work with concepts that you might consider for the concentration portion of the AP test (Examples from the past include "A Day In The Life", "A Reinterpretation of the Past through Steam technology", and "Perspectives of the Brooklyn Bridge" so it's really wide open but if you want to run your idea past me before you begin I'd love to hear it). Here's a link to the College Board website which has information about the test with examples of Concentration pieces that have scored well in the past: AP: Studio Art
Part III: Shanti Peace Poster
2011 Peace Poster
Monday, June 9, 2014
This weekend I had an opportunity to go see the exhibits at the Brooklyn Museum of Art and I have to really recommend checking them out for yourself. the museum has a large exhibit by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei and an installation by street artist Swoon that are both fascinating and their open until early August.
Check out the video below to see how they installed some of Ai Weiwei's work.
Friday, June 6, 2014
In Studio Art we spent a week creating paper bead bracelets for an African water charity program run by Students Rebuild and Charitywater. I also offered extra credit for students who were interested in creating a woven paper vase. Here are a few of the finished projects which really look terrific and are for a great cause so remember to hand in any extra credit assignments today because it's our last Friday together, we just have 4 classes left!
Thursday, June 5, 2014
Today is our Media Art Final Review for tomorrow's final exam study the linked quizlet along with the review of the: Media Art Film Terms, Cinematography, and the basics of animation for the exam.
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Students from Mr. Needles AP Art and Studio Art classes recently participated in the Long Island University 12 x 12 High School Art Show at the C.W. Post Campus in Nassau County last month and here's a look at some of the work. Senior Michelle and Gabby from the AP Art submitted portfolio pieces and students from the Studio Art classes submitted collaborative works.
Monday, June 2, 2014
In Studio Art we are currently reviewing for the Final Exam later this week so here are links to my quizlet study guides:
Art History: http://quizlet.com/44098724/studio-art-art-history-flash-cards/
Painting and Drawing: http://quizlet.com/23166075/drawing-and-painting-review-flash-cards/
You should also review the studio art posts on this blog and the periods of art such as the Renaissance.
Friday, May 30, 2014
In studio art we are working on our 3d unit and this week we're going to be creating small masks inspired by Mexico's Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) holiday using celluclay. Above are a few examples but each student will create their own design and color pattern and draw it out before you begin. The video below shows you how celluclay works and we're going to mix it in groups then create our masks on wax paper so it can dry without sticking.
Once the mask drys you'll sand it then use acrylic and tempera paint to add you design. The drawings will be due today and then you can begin molding you mask. Next week, after the final, we'll be painting our masks when they are completely dry.
Thursday, May 29, 2014
Wednesday our four Junior had a group show which opened with a range of work and media from figure drawing to photography to painting. Andrew, Lisa, Erica, and Juliana presented work form their AP portfolio which was just completed. The show will be up for a week so make sure you stop over and check it out.
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
In Media Arts class we've been working with Global Nomads Group to collaborate with a class is Islamabad, Pakistan in order to create something for our community. Today we will present the resulting public service announcement shown above in our final class video conference. The Drug and Alcohol PSA went through a series of changes over the course of the semester but everyone participated in it's creation and we will be sharing it worldwide via social media this week.
We will also be sharing our environmental photographs and statements (such as mine below) with the G-9/4 class on Google+ for their upcoming walk for the environment.
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
The Art and Media Art Honor Society's annual spring field trip to the Hamptons was Friday and we had a great time visiting galleries and the Parrish Museum in Southampton despite the mediocre weather. We had a chance to see art from notable Long Islanders such as Chuck Close, Dennis Oppenheim, Roy Lichtenstein, and a terrific exhibit of Jennifer Bartlett's work along with works from street artists such as: Banksy and Faile at Keszler Gallery and works by: Alex Katz and Ross Bleckner at Mark Humphrey Gallery.
Friday, May 23, 2014
In Studio Art we learned about the cut out images Henri Matisse created later in his life and how influential and different they were. There is a show at London's Tate Museum this summer which looks at these works and examines them in detail as seen in the video above. It's the first time I can recall so many of the cut out works being shown together in one space so it's quite an exciting show!
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Now that we all know how to make paper beads we'll get a little advanced in Studio Art with more ornate paper beads and a challenge to create a paper vase. Above is a tutorial on how to make the paper beads more decorative with different varnishes and color combinations.
Below is a simple tutorial on how to make a paper vase or pot. If anyone wants to try it'll be this month's extra credit assignment so find some magazines to recycle and get started!
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
In Studio Art we will be creating paper bead bracelets which will be donated to Students Rebuild and Charitywater and the proceeds will bring people in Tanzania, Africa clean, healthy water. Every 20 handmade beads will provide access to clean water for 1 person in a village. We'll be working in groups of 4 (creating at least 2 beads per person in a production line style). Take a look at the video below to see how a paper bead is created.
The artist Vik Muniz, who we studied earlier this month, is also participating in this project creating a poster from paper beads with his technique that we observed in is Oscar nominated film Wasteland. After you assemble into your 4 person group use this template with step by step instructions to create your first beads.
Monday, May 19, 2014
The Brooklyn Museum is currently showing a terrific exhibition on the Chinese artist Ai Weiwei that I would highly suggest visiting (along with the installation by street artist SWOON). The video above shows some of the scope of the show and the difficulties putting it together with Weiwei not being allowed out of China at the moment.
Also any undergraduate students who are taking AP Art next year show check out the video below of a Masterclass artist and director Julian Schnabel for the Young Arts program because the contest is now open for next year. There are categories such as: photography, fine arts, writing, and film so whatever your strengths are I'd really highly suggest you submit work now!
Friday, May 16, 2014
Next week we will continue our printmaking work and next Friday we have our annual summer field trip to the Hamptons where we will be visiting the new Parrish Museum of Art and seeing a range of work from Long Islanders such as: Fairfield Porter, Roy Lichtenstein, and April Gornik along with a visit to the The Dan Flavin Art Institute in Bridge Hampton shown in the video clip below.
Thursday, May 15, 2014
Yesterday in our Art Honor Society meeting we were creating monoprints and we had a special guest Kevin Doria join us and participate. Kevin is an alumni from Smithtown East's first AP Art class and he spoke about his current position as a photographer and graphic designer in New Mexico and about his college experiences at the Art Institute of Chicago. Below are some of the prints Kevin created.
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
In media arts class we are now ending the pre-production phase of our animation and beginning to animate using 3"x5" white index cards in pencil. The short animation above is a great example of what we're looking for because it has mostly simple backgrounds and limited color but uses a good variation of techniques and motion and the animation is neat and smooth (incorporating the hand is the difficult part but goes beyond what were doing in class).
We are going to begin with a 5 card pencil test on index cards that I provide (look at the examples below) but to save time make sure your pencil test is part of your animation so we can use it in the final film
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
In Studio Art class we will be working on a new printmaking technique- Monoprinting along with a variation on stencil printing using Gelli plates and acrylic paint. The nature of monoprints is that each print is different and totally unique so you'll be creating a few and choosing your best from each of these methods to submit for a grade on Friday.
Monday, May 12, 2014
Now that the AP Studio Art test is over it is time for an Art Attack so this week we will be watching clips of films on artists and exploring techniques which we didn't have time for while preparing for the test. We will also be creating a project collaboratively so we'll look at some of the possibilities such as the great time-lapse film above of a mural painting by Eric Skotnes in the theme of "awakenings" for Soul Pancake.
Friday, May 9, 2014
Thursday, May 8, 2014
Today in AP art class we will be uploading the AP Studio Art Submissions for the AP test tomorrow, on May 9. Below is the information you need to know to "forward your portfolio to teacher":
School Code: 335001
School: SMITHTOWN HIGH SCH E CAMPUS
Teacher Key: xwt0100
Make sure all the work is sized and the media is stated and the concentration statements are set before submitting your work to me. Additionally you need to have your 5 quality pieces prepared to send in the AP portfolio case. Good luck, we're almost there!
Wednesday, May 7, 2014
In Studio Art we are studing Earthworks and organic sculpture so today we will look at a very well known memorial which was designed by Maya Lin when she was a 21 year old undergraduate student at Yale, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Above is a video about Maya's most famous work and below is a video on one of her most recent shows in NYC after Hurricane Sandy from ART21and another from the New York Times about her piece at Storm King.
Here's an interesting side note about Lin's Vietnam Memorial, people began leaving items in memory of soldiers and the US Parks service responded by archiving them, take a look at some of what was left and how it's been arranged below.
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
Today we will begin looking at sculpture specifically the earthworks (or land art) and organic sculpture movements with artists such as: Andy Goldsworthy, Maya Lin, Mel Chin, Christo and Jeanne Claude, Walter De Maria, Vik Muniz, Dennis Oppenheim, James Turrell, and Robert Smithson.
Well look at a local sculpture destinations such as Calder Court in the Smith Haven Mall and the Dia Art Foundation upstate in New York along with the Storm King Art Center which showcases works from sculptors such as: Alexander Calder, Mark di Suvero, Henry Moore, Isamu Noguchi, Richard Serra, and Louise Nevelson.
Below is a great video from Tommy Kane, a terrific artist at Storm King who had fun renaming the sculptures after popstars.
Also just for fun here's Tommy Kane drawing Barcelona, one of my favorite cities!
Monday, May 5, 2014
Friday is the AP test so make sure you are uploading all 24 of your pieces on the AP Studio Upload page and preparing you 5 works to mail in! It's almost time! Your AP scores will be release on July 9 at 8am here's some additional information: AP Scores.
Friday, May 2, 2014
In Studio Art we have been working on creating Stencil Portraits on a mixed media background like the excellent example above from our international student from Thailand Jan. The finished portrait is due on Tuesday so make sure you finish cutting the image today so you can paint it next week and finish on time. Below is a video showing a professional version of a stencil portrait of actor Christopher Walken, pretty cool!
Thursday, May 1, 2014
In Media Arts class we held our 4th Global Nomads video conference with Pakistan's G9 school this week and showed clips of our public service announcement. We also spoke with a guest from the American embassy in Pakistan who observed our talk and our debate topics which we exchanged. We have just 1 more video conference on May 29 where we will present our completed PSA and share photographs with G9 of Long Island for their environmental PSA and our project will be complete!
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
In media arts class we are beginning to animate and this week we are looking at PIXAR's films so here's a quick peek at some of the "easter eggs" hidden in some of the films that are references to their other films! Some I'm sure you've seen but others are more disguised.
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
In Studio Art class we are currently working on our stencil screenprint and yesterday we looked at some of the history and types of printmaking from early cave paintings to early Chinese printmaking techniques to woodblocks by Albrecht Dürer and Japanese artists such as Katsushika Hokusai to Alois Senefelder's Lithography technique invented in 1798 to modern street art such as Obey (Shepard Fairey) and Banksy. This week we will but cutting our stencils and on Friday we will have a short quiz on what we learned.
Monday, April 28, 2014
Tomorrow we will hold our 4th video conference with the class is Islamabad Pakistan and we will be presenting the aspects of our public service announcement that we have created and having a 30 minute debate on a foreign relation issue of your choice. Here's a quick look at the history of our relations for your reference: US-Pakistan foreign relations but any global issue effecting both countries can be debated such as: economy, environment, energy, free speech, ect. Take a look online for more ideas, here's a link to get you started- Pew Foreign Policy and Global Attitudes. Below is the format for the debate but we will be working on it in class today and preparing using some Internet and global resources.
OPENING STATEMENTS: 1 minute per team
Each team (up to 4) presents their opening statement, which includes their position on the debate prompt and an overview of their main arguments.
ARGUMENT and EVIDENCE ROUNDS: 5-7 minutes per team
Each team (up to 4) has the opportunity to present their three main arguments and supporting evidence, followed by an opportunity for other teams to challenge, and concludes with a rebuttal. There will be as many rounds as there are teams.
1. The team presents its 3 main arguments and supporting evidence (2-3 minutes).
2. Opportunity to challenge*: Other groups ask any clarifying questions or challenge the presented arguments (1 minute).
*Students may challenge only once per round, to encourage as many students to participate in the activity as possible.
3. Rebuttal: The presenting team has the opportunity to defend its position and clarify arguments (2-3 minutes).
CONCLUDING STATEMENTS: 2 minutes per team
Each team (up to 4) has a final opportunity to argue for their position. The closing statement should recap the team’s position and argument, while answering any lingering questions that were not answered during the rebuttal. As the last statement of their position, speakers should be persuasive and confident.
Friday, April 25, 2014
In AP Art our 12 concentration assignments should now be complete and we will look at the series and make sure the work makes sense based on the statement and is consistent in terms of concept and style. Above is an example from Shelby who's theme which was increased construction destroying the natural environment and shows great clarity and consistency. In the coming week we should work on strengthening whatever is the weakest parts of our portfolio is.
Thursday, April 24, 2014
In media arts class this week we looked at a few different animated works which use different techniques and have made an impact such as John Lasseter's work with Pixar and Matt Groening's work with the Simpsons and Futurama. We also looked at more independent animation work such as Loren Bouchard's work on Bob's Burgers and Home Movies and Adam Reed's work on Archer series. Tomorrow we will have a short quiz on what we learned and next week after we complete our IVC with Pakistan look in detail at a great feature length animated film Pixar's Ratatouille which won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.
Below is a clip we watched with voice actor Hank Azaria and Conan O'Brien who was a writer and producer on The Simpsons for 2 seasons until he became host of Late Night in 1993.
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Our first print is going to be done in a very simple stencil style based on our previous portrait project and it can be literal or abstracted like the example below from Paige. First I will show some examples of finished prints and we will start with a few initial drawings for our first print in pencil. I will demonstrate the process in class and show the very simple printmaking process.
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
I spent spring break touring France and Italy visiting the Louvre in Paris, Milan's Duomo, Florence's Galleria dell'Accademia, San Gimignano and Sienna (where the color terminology comes from) in Tuscany, and Rome's Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel admiring some amazing art, architecture, and sculpture and soaking in the culture. The trip was terrific and I'll share some of what we learned about art and culture in class this week in the mean time check out the amazing video below about the Sistine Chapel which was unquestionably one of the trips big highlights!
The group I was traveling with also happened to bump into some Italian students on a while in Florence which was fun and unexpected below is Lisa and Harry from AP Art on the streets of Florence outside the Baptistery!
- Media Arts: Extra Credit
- Back To School Night
- AP Art: The Artist Project
- Art & Media Art Honor Society
- Media Art: Production Companies
- Studio Art: Drawing terminology
- Drawing: Every person in class
- AP: New technique week
- Studio Art: Contour drawing
- Media Art: Film & Animation History
- Drawing: Alphonse Mucha and the Zentangle
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