Yesterday students who had art class got to work with Geshe Lobsong Tsultrim. He is a Tibetan monk and also a master artist. Students learned various art forms including calligraphy, animal drawing, landscape drawing, flower drawing and sand painting. A special thank you goes out to Aspen Tibet for providing us with this enriching opportunity to learn about the art of other cultures here at ACS.
Students have weekly art homework when they have art class. I am currently finishing up with the green block students in 5-6 and 7-8. The yellow block students start class this week in 5-6 and 7-8. Ask your child if they are in art right now. If so they have homework. Attached are the homework assignments Green Block 5-6 art homework & 7-8 art homework Yellow Block 5-6 art homework & 7-8 art homework
Why do we practice creativity at ACS? It is an important life skill that helps us in the arts as well as in all sorts of other disciplines. Without practice we get rusty. Children, teens and adults all benefit from using this part of our brain and what a better place to practice it than in visual arts class. YEA CREATIVITY! This concept “Time for Creativity” is one of our classroom rules in the art […]
The Art Base is filling up classes for the summer. Check out the link and see what they have to offer for this summer. Class & Registration information
Parents, mark your calendars for the annual Art Start art show at the Red Brick in Aspen. It’s from May 1st to May 16th with an opening party on May 1st from 4-6 pm. Every student from ACS will have at least 1 piece of artwork featured in this student art show. Come out to the opening and support your child’s art!