RCPS Central Office Art Reception
On September 26th, RCPS will be holding an art reception at the Central Office building to recognize the art students selected last school year to have their artwork on display for the school year. The reception will be held from 4-7:30pm on September 26th, but the art work will be on display until May. The following students will have their work on display: Unelimic Chen, Grace Watts, Juan Resindiz-Perez, Gabby Campbell, Ariel Hammer, Faith Carper, Kay Bush, Peyton Troubaugh, Reagan Morris, Brady Thomspon, Summer Atkins, and Addison Dean. Stop by the Central Office building and come out and support the arts
Mrs. West's Handcrafted Pottery
Below is a slideshow of Mrs. West's handcrafted pottery. Most pottery is on sale for $10. Any purchases will go directly into the funding of the After School Pottery Wheel Clinic. If you would like to make a purchase, please contact Mrs. West via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. More pottery will be made throughout the year, so continue to check in for updates!
JMU Memorial Hall Art Exhibition
Congratulations to the following art students who will have their art on display at JMU's 10th Annual Area Youth Art Exhibition: Alea Mina, Haley Dove, Jacob Benns, Grace Watts, Emmett Grebe, and Olivia Hammer. Their artwork will be on display from February 26th to December 15, 2017 at JMU's Memorial Hall. There will be an opening reception on February 26th from 2-3:30 at Memorial Hall. Please stop by and support the arts!
What If There Is a Sub?
Have you ever wondered what happens in the art classroom when Mrs. West has a substitute? Usually the students are given a list of 10 objects to creatively piece together in a drawing. Below are some examples that students made from the following objects: time machine, moon, waterfall, building blocks, apron, spoon, broken toy, wheelbarrow, grandma, crayon.