|Cardio Kool Kids|
|Public Art with local artist Sarah Spivey|
They were really excited to get to send some art into the community. All 1100 students at Roswell North got to make an art piece to take home, and one to leave for us to prep for Free Art Friday. The Thursday before Free Art Friday was Passion Day at our school. Every teacher took a group of about 12 kids and did some sort of activity about which they were passionate. As a public artist, passing on my love for shareable art is exciting, and having 1100 works already in my possession was already a prospect that was truly happy! I took 12 students on an Art scavenger hunt; we went looking for the little artworks they and their friends had made. We took iPads with us and took pictures with the art as they found it.
|Students in the Art Scavenger Hunt cluster|
Scavenger Hunt students traveled around the school picking up art that had been "dropped"; when they had all found their specific artworks they returned to the classroom and made a bunch of art to drop at Alive After Five in Roswell for Thursday, May 16. They could use any number of art supplies--clay, wood, paint, markers, model magic, poster board, etc. Here's a sampling: