Monthly Archives: January 2016

We’re all mad here!

The new sculptural work by 8th graders would be perfect for the Mad Hatter’s tea party. Students had to create a unique, artistic, but still functional teapot in Mr. Adams’ recent lesson.

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Artist of the Month

As we head into the real depths of New England winter, how about something sunny and bright – The work of painter Gerry Baptist.

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Round and Round and Round

Fifth graders have just completed a ceramic lesson that reaches back to antiquity; coil pottery. Greek and Roman potters used this method, as well as many tribal people. Students had to create even, consistent coils and also incorporate a repeating … Continue reading

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