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Re: Re: Fine Arts Night

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Artystyc3
Sun, 7 Nov 1999 22:21:39 EST


Ricki asked how my" Fine Arts Week" runs...the show- for fine arts week is
previously built up in the school newspaper.
Posters are put up addressing the rules to submit art work, while most of it
is saved by me throughout the year. The entire floor of building "C" becomes
a gallery for student work.
The classes are given a "theme" for the annual sidewalk art contest.
Each class is encouraged to have their students turn in drawings that fit the
theme.The teacher selects the best submitted drawing and allows up to 5
students to reproduce it on the marked off areas outside. A winner is
selected from grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12.The winning classes get an ice
cream cake
party to celebrate with the other winning classes.
Ribbons are also put on the winning art works for the art show. There is a
1st,2nd, and 3rd prize in each division ( as mentioned previously) and a
"Best of
Show prize catagory. There is no assembly-(it's impossible for our size
school,
because of the size of our auditorium )but it's announced over the intercom
and published in the school paper.
There is no way for a guest artist to appear for every class, but perhaps one
would come to talk to the upper grades, ( that's three classes), I can't
imagine anyone having time to do more, since most artist's have regular day
jobs.
How do you guys do it????
Any suggestions??
Patti- Artystyc3

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