Students began the new school year by answering this question…Why is ART important? These images show some of their responses.
During March all students will have the opportunity to participate in a drawing contest for Youth Art Month. Entry forms with instructions are in the art room and attached below. The theme is “Design the Dot!”
Prizes will be awarded on March 5th, 11th, 19th and 25th. Please give the finished drawings to your Art teacher before March 24th.
The Art Academy of Cincinnati congratulates the Award recipients, all students and educators participating in the 2021 Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards!
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the AAC will host a virtual exhibition for student artwork. All work will be available to view online via Flickr starting January 15th, 2021.
A live virtual ceremony will take place on February 19th, 2021 via Youtube to celebrate all of the award recipients!
Please visit www.artacademy.edu/scholastics/scholastics.php for further updates.
The Scholastic Art Award winners from Our Lady of the Visitation School are listed here along with a snapshot of their artwork.
Congratulations to these Visitation Fifth Grade students whose art criticism essays were chosen to represent our school in the annual Jerry Tollifson Art Criticism Open sponsored by the Ohio Art Education Association.
Lily A., Audrey B., Clare H., Ellie H., Lily H., and Kara Y.
Each year The Cincinnati Art Museum engages young artists to display their artwork at the 10×10 Teen Art Expo.
This year, because the museum is closed, they were unable to display the amazing work from youth all across our region. Instead, the museum will present the first-ever digital expo. This year, artists were asked to respond to the topic of “Dreams.” Our Lady of Visitation Seventh graders Megan M., Hannah K. and Lily T. have artwork on display in this virtual exhibit.
See the artworks selected by the 10×10 committee at:
Congratulations to Kelli S. (grade 8) who won a silver medal in photography at the national level of the Scholastic Art Competition. Scholastics is the nation’s largest, longest-running, most prestigious art competition for students in grades 7–12. Last year, over 340,000 works were submitted and only about 2,700 received recognition at the national level. Congratulations Kelli!!
Thanks to everyone who has sent in pictures of their artwork. This is just a sample of what our amazing, talented students have completed.
This is a good activity for all ages, students or adults!
The following Art projects can be completed while we are out of school due to the COVID-19 school closure. They are considered optional, however credit will be applied to the student’s Art effort grades for Trimester 3.
Please email a picture of the completed project to firstname.lastname@example.org. Extra credit will be given to those who submit art projects by Friday, May 22nd. We love to see our students being creative at school and at home!
Please check back weekly for new projects. Click on your grade level below. Art project websites and Art Apps are listed below and will be updated often.
Other Art Resources:
Art websites for students and parents:
Online Art Museum Field Trips
Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems
Free Art Apps for iPads:
Let’s Create Pottery Lite
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