Degrees and Certifications:
BFA, Queen College CUNY MFA Fine Arts, School of Visual Arts
**Dear Parents and students,
Please be aware that the ART SEMESTER WILL END at the end of the month and that all grades will be due then. Please upload all work by January 22nd for grading/credit. See directions below on how to upload work on Teams. Work may also be dropped off at the school, if necessary.
Thank you for your cooperation and your support!
TO UPLOAD IMAGES OF ARTWORK ON THE CLASS ART TEAMS:
-Take a picture of artwork
-Edit the picture in your photos so that there is no background showing
If you need to get the picture from your phone to a computer you can email it to yourself, download it from your email to your desktop or just drag it on your desktop.
(Skip this step if you are using your phone to upload your assignment)
-Go to your class Art Team_NOT THE GENERAL CHAT OR THE CLASS CHAT
-Clik on assignments and select the correct assignment
-Click on the paperclip
-Select the picture file (The photo of your work)
-Click Upload or Share (depending on your device)
Voila!u-I will return the work with a grade and it can be viewed anytime
6/13-TAKE A MINUTE TO VIEW THE OPEN HOUSE POWERPOINT FOR THE ARTPROGRAM UNDER THE "ASSIGNMENT TAB". THANK YOU!
**6/5 All students that have opted for the blended learning option need to keep their artwork in a folder, supplies in a ziplock bag, both in their bookbags. Most classes have art twice a week and students need to be able to continue working on their art project whether at home or in the building.
**All art projects have to be submitted in the class art Team for credit/grading, under the students account. Please do not drop the work in the chat, it is not possible to keep track of the student's work there in an orderly fashion.
Dear Students, Parents, and Guardians,
Welcome back to the 2020-2021 school year.
I trust that you and your family are safe and well.
This year has been unquestionably full of challenges; however let's remember that at times like this, art is a powerful outlet for our feelings, emotions, and ideas. Thus, although I will always teach the elements and principles of design, my main goal this year will be to give all students a voice to express themselves.
I am looking forward to seeing all my old students, first virtually, then in person. I am looking forward to meeting all my new students and the little ones just starting school in the middle of this unusual setup.
Some of you may know that I've been a Harry Potter fan, so remember Dumbledore:" Happiness can be found in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light."
Last but not least, the art supplies list is under the "Class Expectations" tab.
Let's plan to have a blast this year in the Art Studio!