Arts in the Schools
ACHF Arts Education
After having viewed the sculpture walk in Sioux Falls students will be become much more aware of many types and examples of public art. They will learn about materials and methods used by the artists to make the sculptures. Viewing the sculptures will give students insight on how sculptors use the elements of art and principles of design to make a 3D piece of art. I will assign students a short paper on public art in which they will have to tell about three pieces of sculpture they saw on the field trip. Students will be asked specific questions in which they will need to list the artist's name, materials used in the piece, the meaning behind the piece, what art elements and principles were most apparent, and if they like the piece and why. I will also give a pre and post field trip survey to my art 1 class that will ask questions about what they know about public art.
I measure by observing the students during their class time and keeping track of who made what as far as clay tiles. Everyone made at least one clay piece for the mural. I grade according to how well time was used, Use of art elements and principals of design, creativity, and craftsmanship. In this project, I looked at how well students collaborated also.
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Arts in the Schools
Glass and Ceramic Mural
John White: writer, photographer, retired journalist; Georgette Jones: literature teacher, theatre actor/director/teacher; Marilee Strom: musician, former art teacher, business owner; Kathy Fransen: musician, theatre, Rhythm of the River coordinator; Janet Olney: visual artist, Willmar Area Arts Council coordinator; Joyce Meyer: photographer, retired art teacher, Canby Arts Council; Kate Aydin: retired educator; Paula Nemes: musician, librarian, former coordinator of Marshall Area Fine Arts Council, Marshall Area Stage Company; Tom Wirt: artist, owner of Clay Coyote Gallery, Hutchinson Center for the Arts, past member of Hutchinson Public Arts Commission; Susan Marco: writer, former high school English/creative writing teacher; Kelly Muldoon: graphic artist, Prairie Music Association, Prairie Oasis Players; Dan Wahl: writer, visual artist, director, adjunct English instructor at Southwest Minnesota State University; Anne O'Keefe-Jackson: human resources director, bead and quill work; Cindy Reverts: visual artist, Rock County Fine Arts Association treasurer, Council for Arts in Humanities in Rock County; Brett Lehman: Worthington International Festival, Worthington City Band, Worthington Concert Association; Reggie Gorter: vocalist, theatre, voice and dance teacher; Dana Johnson: producer/filmmaker; Scott Tedrick: journalist, Granite Falls Riverfront Revitalization, theatre director/actor.
Ellen Copperud: writing, education; Cindy Demers: visual art, education, Joyce Meyer: visual art, education, Southwest Minnesota Arts Council Board; Kari Weber: visual art, education; Tom Wirt: visual art, Southwest Minnesota Arts Council Board.