Use your talents this summer to create beautiful artwork and learn new art techniques. Projects will include clay, printmaking, silk painting, mosaics, book making, drawing, painting and more!
Instructors: Mrs. Rellar and Ms. Greiner
Where: OLV Main Art Room
Cost: $75. Fee includes materials, snacks and instructions for the week. (Please make checks payable to Our Lady of the Visitation.)
Incoming 2nd and 3rd graders!
June 15 – 19, 9:00-11:30 OR June 22 – 26, 9:00-11:30
Download Registration Form > Art Summer Camp 2015
Incoming 4th grade and up!
June 15 – 19, 12:00-2:30
Download Registration Form > Advanced Art Summer Camp 2015
If you would like to participate in the Our Lady of the Visitation Art Camp, please return your fee and the completed form to Ms. Greiner or Mrs. Rellar.
Welcome to Youth Art Month!
Everyone can participate in this activity…and have a chance at winning a prize. Download the attached contest form and follow the directions. Use any art materials. Then turn in your completed entry to your art teacher. Prizes will be awarded every Monday in March beginning March 6th for the most creative symbolic drawings. You may enter more than once. Final deadline is Friday, March 27th.
Click Here to download the YAM Drawing Contest entry form
Congratulations to the following students who were chosen to represent Our Lady of the Visitation School in two state-wide exhibits held in Columbus, Ohio during the month of March!
Youth Art Month Exhibit (YAM)
on view at the State Teachers Retirement System building
Dominic D., grade 2, oil pastel drawing
Henry B., grade 4, foil repousse
Francie P., grade 4, foil repousse
Young Peoples Art Exhibit (YPAE)
on view at the Rhodes Office Building
Camryn L., grade 2, watercolor painting
Julianna D., grade 1, tempera painting collage
Gretchen H., grade 3, watercolor painting
Jerry Tollifson Art Criticism Open
Meggie B., grade 5, 3rd place
Youth Art Month is coming in March and we will be celebrating with after-school art workshops! Students will glaze a clay tile using simple shapes and patterns as a symbolic theme. The workshops are open to all students in grades 1-8. The cost is $5.00 and includes all art supplies and snack/drink. Please return the attached form to your art teacher as soon as possible. Each workshop date is limited to 30 students.
Choose from one of these dates:
Wednesday, March 4th, 3:00-4:30 p.m.
Thursday, March 12th, 3:00-4:30 p.m.
Friday, March 20th, 3:00-4:30 p.m.
Click Here to download the Youth Art Month Workshop Form
Congratulations to our Scholstic Art winners for 2015! Each year the Scholastic Art and Writing organization selects gold, silver and honorable mention winners from thousands of artworks submitted by students in grades 7-12 in our region. This year Visitation’s talented artists earned 20 awards in total. See winners below.
Awards ceremony will take place on January 30th at 6:00 pm at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center.
Gold Medal (5)
Samantha B., Design, “The Golden S”
Lucie K., Digital Art, “Reality at the Light”
Lucie K., Digital Art, “City of Immortals”
Lucie K., Fashion, “Eventide Oriental”
Megan W., Design, “Mint-Cream”
Silver Medal (4)
Marissa B., Design, “Strawberry”
Brandon G., Digital Art, “Wrigley Field Then and Now”
Mia L., Digital Art, “City Dreams”
Jake O., Ceramics & Glass, “Bearded Boy”
Honorable Mention (11)
Gage C., Digital Art, “Quote”
John C., Digital Art, “James Stewart”
Jonathan D., Digital Art, “Car”
Maura D., Ceramics & Glass, “M is for Me”
Frankie F., Digital Art, “Ocean City
Ellie G., Digital Art, “Bright Lights”
Peyton L., Sculpture, “Tile Work”
Evie L., Fashion, “Scarf”
Mia L., Fashion, “Shapes Fit Together”
Carly S., Sculpture, “Shapes”
Sierra S., Digital Art, “Food Paradise”
Our students were inspired by the book “The Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein last year to create this mural for the school library. Each student designed a circle for the background of the tree by drawing, painting, stitching, or beading on a piece of felt. They used their own talent or gift as the theme for their circle. Visit the library to see it!
The Art Club will be visiting Brazee Street Studios in Oakley on Friday, November 14th, 5:00 – 8:30 pm. We are also inviting Non-Art Club students and parents to join us! Students not in Art Club will need to pay $5 to help cover the cost of the bus. Parent chaperones are free. A signed permission form is required. Extra forms are available in the Art room or see attached permission form below.
ART CLUB FIELD TRIP
If you are in grades 6-8, Art Club needs you! We are working on a painted totem pole project using cans from the lunch room. They are primed and ready to paint with your ideas. It is not too late to join. Ask your art teacher for a form or download one below.
Art Club 2014.pdf
This year the Scholastic Art competition deadline is much earlier than in the past. In order to give second semester eighth grade Art students the opportunity to enter the competition we are offering an “extra” Art project to eighth grade students who are taking Art second semester only. The project will be presented to a group of interested students. The project will then be completed by the students on their own time. There will be work sessions available during 8th grade lunch times in the Art room. Students may also come to the Art room before and after school, or opt to take their work home and complete it away from school.
Our deadline for artwork submissions will be the first week of December. Please let your art teacher know by Thursday, September 25, if you are interested in this “extra” project so that we will have enough time to complete quality artwork for the Scholastic Art competition.
Are you in 6th, 7th or 8th grade? Are you interested in joining Art Club? Our theme is ‘Recycled Art’ this year so come join the fun of turning discarded items into art! Our first meeting will be Tuesday, September 23rd after school. The registration form is attached below. Art Club fills up fast so bring in your form and fee as soon as possible.