Artist in Residency Grant - Round 1

Project Details by Fiscal Year
2013 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$2,233
Fund Source
Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund
Recipient
Kimball Elementary School
Recipient Type
K-12 Education
Status
Completed
Start Date
January 2013
End Date
February 2013
Activity Type
Grants/Contracts
Counties Affected
Stearns
Meeker
Legal Citation / Subdivision
Laws of Minnesota 2011, First Special Session, chapter 6, article 4, section 2, subdivision 3
Appropriation Language

ACHF Arts Access ACHF Arts Education ACHF Cultural Heritage

2013 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$2,233
Other Funds Leveraged
$249
Direct expenses
$2,482
Administration costs
$0
Number of full time equivalents funded
0
Proposed Measurable Outcome(s)

Students understand and are able to explain the components in creating a quality piece of artwork. Students will create a composition understanding the use of the golden rule. Students used a grid system for developing correct drawing skills and this has become a useful tool for future artwork. Students have the ability to point out the use of values, atmospheric perspective and temperature of colors. Students develop the skills of drawing in pencil, brushwork in watercolors and use of hard/soft pastels. Students have an appreciation of the learning process and a foundation to further develop themselves as artists.Students will demonstrate they have achieved the outcomes by creating work that includes understanding of: 1. The golden rule and how is it used to create good composition. 2. Use of a grid system for correctly redrawing a photo. 3. The use of a value scale. 4. Atmospheric perspective and what temperature of colors means. 5. The proper steps to creating a finished watercolor/pastel painting.

Measurable Outcome(s)

Students understand and are able to explain the components in creating a quality piece of artwork. Students will create a composition understanding the use of the golden rule. Students use a grid system for developing correct drawing skills and this has become a useful tool for future artwork. Students have the ability to point out the use of values, atmospheric perspective and temperature of colors. Students develop the skills of drawing in pencil, brushwork in watercolors and use of hard/soft pastels. Students have an appreciation of the learning process and a foundation to further develop themselves as artists. Students demonstrated they have achieved the outcomes by creating work that included understanding of: 1. The golden rule and how is it used to create good composition. 2. Use of a grid system for correctly redrawing a photo. 3. The use of a value scale. 4. Atmospheric perspective and what temperature of colors means. 5. The proper steps to creating a finished watercolor/pastel painting.

Description of Funds
Source of Additional Funds

Other, local or private

Recipient Board Members
Jim Houseman
Project Overview
Watercolor Pastel Class
Project Details
John Heckman will work with a core group of Kimball Elementary 6th graders to create a watercolor pastel work which ties into their Social Studies standards of Minnesota History. John will also conduct a 45-min lesson to all other grade levels K-5 which will introduce students to the career of an artist.
Project Manager
First Name
Nancy
Last Name
Bonnifield
Organization Name
Kimball Elementary School
Street Address
100 Hwy 55 W PO Box 368
City
Kimball
State
MN
Zip Code
55353-0368
Phone
(320) 398-7700
Email
nancy.bonnifield@kimball.k12.mn.us
Competitive Grant Making Body
Board Members and Qualifications
Chris Rasmussen: retired Foley Senior High School Art teacher, Minnesota Citizens for the Arts Board Member, College of Saint Benedict/Saint JohnÆs University Fine Arts Programming Advisory Council Member; Charlene Sul: Art Director û Hands Across the World, facilitator, Art Lecturer; Mike Carlson: Foley High School Art Teacher, potter; Janice Courtney: Arts Advisor/Assistant Director of Saint Cloud State University Program Board; Peter Veljkovich: former member of the Little Fine Arts Committee, former county representative for the South Suburban Arts Committee, Fine Arts Photographer, Disc Jockey; Leslie Hanlon: Director of Fundraising and Marketing for the College of Saint Benedict/Saint JohnÆs University Fine Arts Series; P.J. Fanberg: Executive Director of Land Of Lakes Choirboys of Minnesota, fundraising and organizational administrator; Helene Woods: Nonprofit and Public Administrator, Board Member of the Monticello Arts Council.
Advisory Group Members and Qualifications
Chris Rasmussen: retired Foley Senior High School Art teacher, Minnesota Citizens for the Arts Board Member, College of Saint Benedict/Saint JohnÆs University Fine Arts Programming Advisory Council Member; Charlene Sul: Art Director û Hands Across the World, facilitator, Art Lecturer; Mike Carlson: Foley High School Art Teacher, potter; Janice Courtney: Arts Advisor/Assistant Director of Saint Cloud State University Program Board; Peter Veljkovich: former member of the Little Fine Arts Committee, former county representative for the South Suburban Arts Committee, Fine Arts Photographer, Disc Jockey; Leslie Hanlon: Director of Fundraising and Marketing for the College of Saint Benedict/Saint JohnÆs University Fine Arts Series; P.J. Fanberg: Executive Director of Land Of Lakes Choirboys of Minnesota, fundraising and organizational administrator; Helene Woods: Nonprofit and Public Administrator, Board Member of the Monticello Arts Council.
Conflict of Interest Disclosed
No