And as we enter day two of our unit, so do we also enter the Renaissance. My Favorite time of history! Art is a big part of engineering, and so a study of a famous artist, or two, is important to understanding the big picture of innovation. You as instructor do not have to study… Continue reading Michelangelo & Artists of The Renaissance Activities for Kids
Before diving into a week-by-week, artist-by-artist study this past summer I wanted to first give the kids an opportunity to become familiar with the supplies and practices we would be engaging in for the rest of our hot summer afternoons. The idea of this week was to instill the basic boundaries of knowledge that would… Continue reading 5 Fun Activities That Introduce The Art Basics to Kids
How drab would the world be without a touch of oddity? Wassily Kandinsky works of whimsy were not simply a product of his imagination but instead simply a representation of how his condition of Synaesthesia allowed him to see sound. While spending an entire week studying Kandinsky we were able to follow an individual who… Continue reading 5 Wassily Kandinsky Activities For Kids
My freshman year of college I had an English teacher who opened my mind to more than met the eye.
Words of love from an acquainted stranger.