What a treat it was to work with these fantastic middle school students who LOVE Art! We had a great four days creating art and exploring new materials, making new friendships and having FUN!
These young artists explored watercolors, craypas, pastels, created large paintings on canvas. Most importantly they had the gift of time to create art at their own pace and make discoveries and explore ideas and new mediums!
And special thanks to our teaching assistant sophomore Josh MacLeod!
Josh was a huge help to all of the students and he even had a time to create a painting!
3/23/2018 02:48:40 am
How to organize a summer camp for kids must take a lot of considerations on your part because you would not want anything bad to happen to even just one kid. Your goal is to make kids enjoy the experience.
7/19/2018 08:11:38 am
Starting a fundraiser is one of the most gratifying and rewarding experience that you as an organizer can do. Not only will this be a great help for your non-profit organization, you will get to meet a lot of great people who are as passionate as you are. Most elementary schools organize fundraisers in order to raise funds to continue their activities for the students.
10/22/2018 04:46:57 am
Summer art from the students have to be little but mid season art is great and we have to encourage them. Never disappoint the students which are junior for the taking big steps on the life as the staring the arts.
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Christina Chang teaches art and design to students in grades 9-12.
Burlington Public Schools