Earlier this month, representatives from the Center for Safety and Change came in to present to the Drawing and Painting, Art IV and Design and Illustration students. Students learned valuable information on issues surrounding domestic/relational violence against both females and males.
Students were then invited to submit work to the annual poster contest calling for an end to this societal problem.
Congratulations to Sarah Placide, Alexa Laquidara, Haley Mendick, Melanie Gatchalian, Grace Chang, Alexandra Wang, Rebecca Straniere, Grace McInerney, Samantha Sobel, Samantha Pollak, Tianna Powell, Anaya Velez, Kaitlyn Fudge.
Congratulations to Angela (Drawing and Painting student), Rebecca and Caitlin (Art IV students) and Stephen (AP Drawing student) For their exhibit at the West Nyack Library. Their work is a great representation of the emerging artists at the various levels of the Clarkstown North Art program.
Each year the Art Department gathers professionals in the Visual Arts to speak with art classes about their profession. We are proud of the range of professionals that donate their time each year for this event.
Magnanimous Pictures, Owner/Photographer
Classes: Adv. Photo, Studio Ceramics, Studio Art, Studio Media
Converse Designs, Creative Director
Classes: Studio Ceramics, Studio Art,
Zoe Micheals (CHSN Alumni)
Sotheby’s, Registrar in the Operations Department Liz Larosa (CHSN Alumni)
Art Therapist Intern Classes: Adv. Photo,Studio Media, Art IV, Computer Graphics
Magnolia, Creative Director
Facci Design, Owner/Artist Classes: Drawing and Painting, Sculptural Multiples, Computer Graphics, Design and Illustration, AP Art
Children’s book author,and Illustrator
Molloy College, Professor Classes: Drawing and Painting, Intermediate Clay, Studio Art
McCann Advertising, Global Execituve Creative Director
Classes: Studio in Media, Adv.. Clay, IB Art, Adv. Computer Graphics
Congratulations to Claudia Jo for her continue support of the health community. Claudia’s donation of her art work for auction at the 2017 KAPIPA Health Fair & Gala helps fund patients in need of support.
The Computer Arts+Design Program at Mercy College invites students to attend a Drawing Workshop hosted by Professor Josh Gaetjen.
The workshop provides students with an introduction to the basic principles and processes of observational drawing. Emphasis will be placed on establishing clear spatial and volumetric renderings of forms. Admission is free for this two-day workshop. Space is limited to 16 students on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more information or to register, contact Professor Josh Gaetjen at 914.674.3015 or at email@example.com. To learn more about the Computer Arts + Design program, visit artdesign.mercy.edu.
Thank you to all of our Computer Graphics students for their entries!
Congratulations to Julian Thomas and Adrian Neimark! Their award winning designs will be featured on the cover of the Technology Showcase program being held in Clarkstown on March 2. Check the district website for more event details.
This week, Art students from Clarkstown High School North have been collaborating with students from Bardonia Elementary and Valley Cottage Elementary around the topic of Robots.
North students guided their younger peers in thinking about the form and functions of robots. As students worked together they discussed details ranging from materials the robots would be made of to emotions they might emulate.
Preliminary drawings were made by the elementary school students.
Art teachers Nancy Diamond (CHSN), Jen Bini (Bardonia Elementary) and Frank Millilo (Valley Cottage Elementary) will continue to work behind the scenes to assist students through the next phases of this collaboration.
During the next phase of the project the high school students will use the drawings from their elementary school partner to create their interpretation of the robot.
In March the students will collaborate again, this time via Google Hangouts and Google Classroom, to discuss how the interpretations by the high school students are going.
Highlights from this project will be on view at the CCSD Technology Showcase on Thursday, March 2.
The final phase of this project will be an exhibit of works from both the elementary and high school students at the Chestnut Grove Offices this summer.
Special thanks to CHSN senior Stephen Campanella for his enthusiasm and drive in pursuing this project!