When students get to meet real artists in our community it enriches and inspires them. Be a guest artist at LHS this year! Benefit from sharing your work with us. Here are some photos of last year’s guest Otis Bardwell, a professor from North Idaho College. Here is what Otis had to say about his experience:
“I really enjoyed my visit last year. Your students were very attentive and engaged. Additionally, it is a sincere pleasure to have Lauren Grove, one of your students in the workshop, as my student this year; that kind of long-term corollary makes the experience especially meaningful.” -Otis Bardwell
Students in the LHS Pottery Studio this week constructed bridges across tables to push the limits of their clay and discover the potential of its strength.
August through December of 2016, Lakeland High School is accepting submissions for our Monster Project. In the spring of 2016, children in North Idaho created original monster art studying how we look at our fears and monsters both ‘real’ and perceived.
Interpret one of these unique projects for a show at the Jacklyn Arts and Cultural Center in January of 2017. Contact the department to receive a work of art from a child and receive a submission form.
Email Sara for your child’s artwork and form: email@example.com
Monster Project letter
A special shout out to the Lakeland Education Foundation for supporting the purchase of materials to make coil baskets! Find here are some of the finished products.
We have many projects underway, and one of them just so happens to be the “Monster Project” which will debut winter of 2017. This project will be focused on the imagination of children, and how artists can make their imaginations a reality! Anyone is welcome to participate in the re-imagining of these children’s designs!
This is sure to be a fun and interesting experience for all involved. We look forward to seeing the participants’ submissions next winter! All contact information can be found in the attached posters above or below!
Students designed this excellent poster to announce the 2016 Spring Showcase! Doors will open at 6:30 PM. Come down and see the Art Show, or stop by to see the band and choir which will begin at 7 PM.
Come down and join us for an excellent evening at the Showcase!
This saw was painted by Advanced Art student Lily Shelton to be on display outside. We thought we’d share it today. Way to go Lily!
Art students began basket weaving this week and will continue into next week. After studying a watching videos inspired by the Cole-Ware Collection of American Baskets, students began their techniques to make ‘upcycled’ contemporary coiled baskets. We’ll post the results from their creative weaving next week. Stay tuned.
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The LHS Spring Showcase will feature works completed during the spring semester by all of our art students. The 2016 Spring Showcase will be held May 26th from 5-6pm, after which, the Music and Band Concert will begin. The public and community is invited to attend. Lakeland High School Library and Commons, Rathdrum, Idaho.
RATHDRUM — Lakeland High School’s library is filled with student submissions from the ninth annual LHS Art Competition. Local artist and North Idaho College instructor Michael Horswill donated his time to judge this year’s 119 submissions.
Winners received ribbons and monetary awards. The show will be on display until the end of the month. The closing reception is during Lakeland’s Spring Showcase, May 26, from 5-6 p.m.
First place winners in the four categories:
Outdoor life/animal/landscape — Emily Brown, 11th grade
Three-dimensional/ceramics — Kassandra Marcella, 12th grade
Fantasy/abstract/experimental — Emily Brown, 11th grade
Portrait — Karli Elmose, 11th grade
Best of Show:
Kassandra Marcella, 12th grade — Steampunk–themed sculpture, “Lord Gears A Lot and Sparkles”
People’s Choice Award: Kassandra Marcella, 12th grade
View the full article here: http://www.cdapress.com/news/local_news/article_139d2092-a6b5-54fe-ba85-50da0da24e00.html