Community members can choose to make a MMIW screen prints on paper, t-shirts or banners at these traveling events. Those who choose to print, learn how to pull a screen and why raising awareness for MISSING AND MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMAN is important.
Using Algebra in the 7th and 8th grade classroom to investigate identity and self. A project created and taught by Sculpture major and Teaching Artist minor Eli deVries.
The elements of drawing — finding pattern and texture. MCAD Teaching Artist Minor/Sculpture Major Zachary North assisting in Gregory Rose’s with Drawing 1 at MCTC.
This Photo 1 workshop offers an introduction to photographer Jerry Uelsmann’s photo techniques of darkroom manipulations with negative overlapping to create one image from multiple negatives. Taught at MCTC with MCAD Photo major and Teaching Artist Minor Tom Bierlein.
</Fluxus-Theater > : Fluxus through theatrical performance. Young children perform fluxus art in a theatrical theme as a way to understand performance art and play. Placement: Urban Arts Academy K-2 Afterschool Program with teaching artist Jeralise Tylke.
The two-part collage and image transfer project introduces a variety of collage methods including, image transfers, cut and paste applications, reductive image disruptions, and transparent glazing. Teaching arists Madison Bruner working with AVIVO Artworks.
An arts infused lesson integrating the art of the short comic with a section of John Steinbeck’s The Pearl. MCAD teaching artist working with 7th + 8th grade Language Arts students at Barton Open School.
In this Mia day long ‘making’ and ‘seeing’ experience students will be create fantastical creatures or sculptures out of cardboard in 3D backdrops after touring items from the museums impressionist collection and contemporary sculpture. MCAD Teaching Artist Calvin Hafermann working in Saturday art classes with Witt Siasoco at Mia.
The four color process for printmaking — working from computer to screen. MCAD Teaching Artist Calvin Hafermann working with printmaker Jeremy Lundquist at Perpich Arts High school.
Pre-K self portraits inspired by Jean-Michel Basquiat. MCAD Teaching Artist Dana Sexton leading the project in La Kong’s Preschool class at Urban Arts Academy.
Product creation for a fictional retail store designed to align with the season, target audience and overall brand identity of the store presented with the student ‘pitch’. Teaching Artist Minor and Entrepreneurial Studies Major working with Sagirah Shahid’s 2nd-4th grade after school programming.
What is Art? What is performance? What makes a happening. How does coding intersect with algebra? Digital Fluxus in 7-8 grade math classroom. MCAD Teaching Artist Minor/ Animation Major Jeralise Tylke working with Alison Ruben in 7th and 8th grade Algebra classroom at Barton Open School.
Graphic Design addresses posters for classroom sales in a Social Studies Monetization unit stduents working with MCAD Teaching Artist in Ashley Rudolphs 2nd grade classroom at Whittier International School.
Based on traditional Ojibwe animal paintings discovered in their reading, students create their own artistic renderings of the animals they feel represents them using vibrant colors and abstract shapes to interpret their characteristics. MCAD Teaching Artist Evie Rozendaal working with Ulla Tervo Desnick and her 2nd graders at Expo Elementary School.
Using ancient Japanese marbling Suminagashi techniques, students collaborate to produce ink designs that they will transfer to paper from water and draw comparisons between water treatment/eliminating water pollution and lifting the ink. MCAD Teaching Artist Evie Rozendaal working with Jane Swatosh and 4th graders at Whittier International School.
The Comic and the fable or the Fable of the Comic. Telling a story with drawing. MCAD Teaching Artist Minor / Comic Major Ingrid Jorgensen working in Brenda Butler’s Art class at Field Community School with middle school students.
Young artists finding their way — 3 personal branding exercises.
Ceramics in the art world - a presentation. A presentation by Zachary North at South High School in David Olson’s Ceramics course.
Graphic design and the illustration come together in the band poster taught by Teaching Artist minor / Illustration major Betsy Lehr at Southwest High school in IB and AP Art class.
A Walker Art Center pop up putty molding project engaging memory connecting to the Jason Moran exhibition with MCAD Teaching Artist minor/ Illustration major Betsy Lehr.