Our very own Randall Artist, Finn Jackson, has created some beautiful paintings celebrating rescued animals at the Heartland Farmto along with many other artists to sell at the Knits and Pearls art show to benefit the MOM Food Pantry.
Check out the flyer below!
I missed last year’s Triangle Fest in Madison’s Bayview community last year and this really isn’t something to miss. Dancers and musicians celebrate and share cultures from all over the world!
Participating again this year were some of our very talented Hmong dancers.
Inside the community center was a beautiful art show!
I get notes from parents, students create wonderful pieces of art for me and no one else sees it but me. Or no one else pays attention to it because this is the work that covered my bulletin board behind my desk all year. I’ll keep the sweet and supportive parent notes I receive to myself. Many of them end up on my refrigerator. I love to go to school and see all the messages from my kids but then when I go home and I’m tired, I like to be reminded of the supportive and grateful parents behind the children. I always start the year with it blank and by the end of the year, I can’t tell what color I used to cover the bulletin board in the first place! So here it is, my bulletin board, the digital version.
Written by Sugar’s 5th graders and starring Randall students and staff (with appearances by Franklin and Hamilton friends)…. Teach Me How to Randall is done!!
Check it out here.
Today was the opening reception for the Randall Student Froth House Art Show. It was wonderful! Artists proudly showed off their work to both family and friends.
Go check out the show at the Froth House! I’m not sure how long it will be up. Froth House will let me know soon and then I will update this post.
It was wonderful to see both artists’ family and friends come to celebrate their work!!
We had a wonderful time.
Thank you, Froth House, for hosting our art show!!
It’s that time again! Time for the WAEA Southwest Student Art Show. It is held at the Hilldale mall. Work goes up on February, Saturday 2nd and will stay up until the closing reception on Sunday, February 10th (12pm-2pm). Go check it out during mall hours! (Monday – Saturday 10am-9pm and Sunday 11a-6pm)
The show is special to me because I was chosen for this show in second grade and that is when I decided to be an art teacher. I am so excited to be choosing my own students to be a part of this show!
The following Randall students were chosen:
…inspired by John Steuart Curry
Congratulations to Randall 5th grader Sebastian Brauer!! Sebastian’s art work was given a blue ribbon at the South West Youth Art Month art show this last weekend. This means his art will move on to the Youth Art Month Capitol art show!
Go see Sebastian’s work and art work from students all over Wisconsin next month.
2012 WAEA Youth Art Month Capitol
WAEA Youth Art Month (YAM) in the Capitol Rotunda will be celebrated March 18 – March 30th. Ceremony honoring PreK-12 artists will be held March 30th from 12 Noon -1:00PM. Awards sponsored by W.T. Graham, the DPI, Nasco, and Sax will given. The Capitol building hours are M-F 8a.m. – 6p.m. and on weekends/holidays from 8a.m. – 4p.m.
It’s that time of year again! Youth Art Month is celebrated in March and in March is the big student Wisconsin art show at the Capitol. But before the big show at the Capitol, are all the regional shows.
Madison is part of the south west Wisconsin region and our art show starts this weekend! Tomorrow I will go hang Randall student art in the show!!
The show is available to see starting tomorrow (Saturday Feb 18th) until the closing reception on Sunday Feb 26th. The closing reception is noon tp 2pm but you can go see the show whenever Hilldale Mall is open.
What: Youth Art Month South West Regional Art Show
Where: Hilldale Mall
When: Feb 17th to Feb 26th
Congratulations to the following artists!!
Danika St. Maurice
Pa Dao Lor
“May’s Art Studio theme is papermaking. Artist-in-residence is Mary Hark, UW-Madison professor and papermaker, whose work will be on display in the Art Studio Gallery, along with Barbara Landes (master of fine arts papermaker), and select undergrad students. Also displayed in the gallery is work by students from Gompers and Schenk elementary schools, as well as work by local artists Matt Reedy and Lorraine Barniskis.
There will also be a special exhibit from Community Partnerships called “Story Shoes” on display in our 3-D case in celebration of Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week.
This month’s artist-in-residence program is sponsored by Dane County Cultural Affairs Commission, with additional funds from The Evjue Foundation, Inc., the charitable arm of The Capital Times.” –Children’s Museum
While art is still up from April that features both Randall and Gompers students, May is focused on Gompers K/1 and 2/3 students and their paper making skills.
At this month’s Twilight night, I only ran into one artist! But his big smile made up for missing out on running into anyone else. He did a beautiful job!
There are so many more featured Gompers paper makers but you need to head to the museum to check them out for yourself!
The other part of the gallery I suggest you check out while your there is the “Story Shoes” display.
So much more to go see in person! It’s supposed to be rainy this week anyway. The Children’s Museum is the perfect place to be. : )