Ceramic Handprints by Mrs. Nakayama and Kumu Johnston’s kindergarten classes
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Papel Picados Mexican Folk Art Papel picado is a traditional folk art from Mexico that involves cutting out intricate patterns on colorful tissue paper. The student created their own very impressive papel picado designs.
What is happening in the art room? October 22, 2018 We are learning about Dia de Los Muertos ( Day of the Dead) In Mexico, Dia de Los Muertos is a National holiday celebrated on Nov. 1. The holiday focuses on remembering loved ones who have died. A common symbol of the holiday are calacas and calaveras (skeletons and skulls), which appear everywhere during the holiday. Students colored skulls in art class. View the Art Update
George Rodrigue's Inspired Blue Dog Art by Kualapu'u Kids Enjoy some art by your children, inspired by George Rodrigue. Learn more about the artist that inspired our blue dog lesson at https://georgerodrigue.com/art/paintings/. Learn More About George Rodrigue
Kindergarten Art Examples Enjoy some recent fun and adorable pieces of artwork created by your kindergarteners, featuring line and pattern turtles.
Check out another fun article featuring Hawaiian Schools by Civil Beat News. https://www.civilbeat.org/2018/06/innovation-pays-off-for-these-hawaii-schools/ Download Posting