Annual Student Art Show



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                                                               Annual Student Art Show
                                                         Wednesday, May 13, 2020  
                                                                        from 6-8 p.m.

South School presents a retrospective of student work from all grades levels in the spring of each year. The Annual Student Art Show is a two-hour evening event where students and their families have the opportunity to view artwork throughout the school building. Students typically have one 2-D or flat work that is hung near their classroom. In recent years, students have had one 3-D work on tables near their classroom also. Students are encouraged to take home only their 3-D work the night of the art show to ensure the work gets home relatively in tack.

Students will create personal Art Show invitations and hand deliver them to families about 2-3 weeks prior to the event. Please continue to check this webpage for updated information. 

Here are some things about your child's art class to keep in mind:

  • As always, in preparation for the art show, Grades 3, 4 and 5 will be keeping their artwork in their portfolios for the entire school year. This allows these learners to choose which work of art to enter into the show.

  •  Learners in Grades 1 and 2 will bring their work home on a monthly basis and eventually one art piece will be selected for the show.

  • The month of October means that learners in Grades 1-4 will create a clay project which will be fired in the school’s kiln in mid-November. The goal is to have learners bring their clay art home by Thanksgiving or shortly thereafter to share with their families.

  • Grade 5 learners will create their unique clay pinch pots in March which will then be on display at the Annual Student Art Show before they bring them home.

Rev. 3/6/2020