Tag Archive: visual art

Create easy, DIY books

In our June smART Tip, Young Audiences Chief Innovation Officer Pat Cruz shows you how to make a book out of one piece of 8.5×11″ paper. Press play to get started and learn how this arts… Continue reading

Spreading hope through art

By Jessica Porter, Young Audiences Program Director Tuesday morning in Baltimore began with a somber tone. As community members cleaned up our streets, led peaceful demonstrations, and opened their doors to their neighbors… Continue reading

Use simple circuitry in sculpture in March’s smART Tip

In March’s smART Tip, Young Audiences visual artists and STEAM experts FutureMakers show how students can use simple and affordable LEDs to make sculptures that light up! Press play to learn more: smART Tips is a monthly… Continue reading

A Piece of the Bay

By Lori Mellendick, fifth-grade art teacher at Ducketts Lane Elementary This December, my fifth-grade students gathered around a table functioning as young archaeologists, researchers, and artists. Their collaborative clay mural sat before them… Continue reading

Exploring Earth’s treasures

Photos and content were originally posted on Daneytt Tucker’s blog “Daj’zha Vu” here and here.  This fall, Young Audiences visual artist Danyett Tucker worked with John Hanson Montessori middle school students to create a mural that now… Continue reading

Drawing it out

By Cyan McMillian, seventh-grade student, Windsor Hills Elementary/Middle My name is Cyan McMillian and I am a seventh grader at Windsor Hills. I’d rather throw a football than paint my nails (seriously). I felt like a… Continue reading