great james rizzi mural

There's a Dragon in my Art Room: Grade Rizzi style Silly City!

James Rizzi cities: fifth graders in our art classes. Using tempera paint, colored pencils, and pieces of cardboard to raise the cities, fifth graders have been constructing art inspired by Rizzi. It's hard to see from the pictures, but the city "pops" out. Each layer has cardboard behind to make it appear 3D,

Our student teacher, Ms. Wanamaker, was so inspired by a recent James Rizzi presentation by fellow art teacher, Kristyn DeMint ( www.

Post It Note Wall Messages

A post-it note art show! teen programming This is a great passive program for teens--we filled a board with post-it note artwork!

3rd gr. city - another grade could do the cars to make it more collaborative

James Rizzi Lesson idea: individually create a building, but have to collaborate to brainstorm what is needed to make a city function and create those additional elements to incorporate into an installation could be or

consider each child does different sky above or ocean below and make pop-out houses for it only takes a village?

consider each child does different sky above or ocean below and make pop-out houses for it only takes a village?

pop art

The Grade students learned about Pop Art, which is short for Popular Art. Pop art started in the as a reaction to Abstract Art. Pop artists did not care for abstract art; they wanted to produce art that actual

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