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Schack Art Docent Training --
This is a free event that is optional but highly recommended! It is held at the Schack Art Center in Everett.
EXPLORING MATH INSPIRED ART
THROUGH ARTISTS STUDENTS SHOULD KNOW
Presented by the Schack Art Center Education Committee
Come and see artists in action. Learn art projects you can do in the classroom with students. Six options will be offered and from those, participants will choose 4 of the 6 choices to attend. Each instructor will focus on a different artist whose work was influenced by math concepts while integrating the elements of art.
Five sessions will focus on a different Artist Students Should Know while discussing the art elements utilized: Leonardo da Vinci, M.C. Escher, George Hart, Piet Mondrian & Faith Ringgold
Session Six: How To Present a Work of Art
Saturday, November 18, 8:45am-12:15pm
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Being involved in the Art Docent Program at Sunnycrest is a truly rewarding experience. Volunteers provide art enrichment within the classroom, a creative outlet for students, and teach children to appreciate the artist within themselves!
Our goal is to have at least one volunteer for each class. If you do not wish to lead a lesson, we encourage you to be an assistant in the class. No experience is necessary! Materials and some training are provided. This is a great way to encourage appreciation for art and imagination!
The grade levels given for these lessons are just suggestions. Usually any lesson can be easily adapted to meet the needs of a younger or older class.
Previous Auction Art....
Each student decorated an umbrella for this collage piece.
Each student illustrated their favorite place in Western Washington.
Each student decorated this garden bench with their own flower.