Jen Stark, Afterglow
The above three artists are being used as inspiration for the collaborative project I will be leading my students as we finish out the school year. We will be creating origami sculptures that will then be formed together on the wall to make a mural. I am excited about this project and look forward to posting pictures when we finish it (hopefully by the end of the week). Here are some worksheets that we will use for paper folding:
Students turned in over 800 paper cranes to help bring funds and awareness to the disaster relief for Japan.
Instead of sending all of the cranes to Seattle (where they have reached their goal of 100,000 cranes), we are sending our cranes to Princeton University to be a part of the Million Crane Project!
This project is open until May 11th and as of today they only have around 12000 cranes - so if you would like to participate, please do! It is easy and fun and the deadline is May 11.
In addition to sending the cranes off today, students got to start their perspective drawings in the hallway. 8th grade is using 2 point perspective and 7th grade is using 1 point.
Stay tuned for more details!
7th and 8th grade students got into the giving mood by creating HUNDREDS of paper oragami cranes today!
These cranes will be tallied at the end of Thursday and will include more from various participating advisories around the school.
I am excited that students are not only making cranes at school, but are taking their work home (Jessica made 30 last night!).
I will post the total cranes to be mailed to Seattle by the end of this week!
7th grade students will make paper cranes today as a part of a fundraising project to help victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
Using the following diagram and other resources from the students rebuild website, students will attempt to make as many cranes as possible. The goal of the organization is to reach 100,000 cranes by April 15. Legend has it that 100,000 cranes will grant a wish...
My wish is that on the one month anniversary of that narual disaster, students from all over use their art making skills to help benefit a community who is still reeling.
If you would like to participate, send your cranes to the school by Thursday and I will ship them to the Seatle site, or feel free to send yours seperately:
1700 7th Avenue
STE 116 # 145
Seattle, WA 98101
Teaching Visual Arts since 2004 and making images since picking up a crayon.