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MS: Single-Line Contour Drawing

Students continued their unit based in fundamental drawing skills by creating another series of contour drawings.

The rule for this contour drawing was simple: use only one line. 49 more words

Art Education

Talking To An Artist: A Short Reflection

Personally, I would never get offended by it, and I know that when people say it, it comes from a place of true admiration, but when you talk to an artist, you should avoid the words “talent”, “blessing”, “gifted”, or anything similar. 288 more words


Seaport at Sunset

My first introduction to blogging came when my Creative Writing class was assigned to write about a painting that moved us during a field trip to the Timken Museum. 786 more words


Your Questions, Answered on Artprof.org!

One aspect of artprof.org that I am very excited about is the fact that we have a team of diverse Teaching Assistants on staff!  While I have expertise in a number of fields in visual arts, nothing substitutes having a team of artists who bring contrasting voices to the table. 361 more words


Artprof.org is here!!

by Clara Lieu

We are pleased to announce that artprof.org is now LIVE!!!  After all the blood, sweat and tears of the past 3 years I am in complete disbelief that we actually made it this far.   1,077 more words


Resources for Artists: Residencies

Hey y’all!

I thought I would compile a list of residencies for artists which are open to applications now.

I listed everything in a “bare bones” fashion, meaning I only put things like deadlines and what you get in this post. 251 more words

Art Class Critique with Students at the El Haynes High School

Art Teacher Lana Gloschat’s class at the El Haynes High school in Washington DC won the Art Teacher’s prize for our October Art Dare! The prize is a class critique; each student submits one artwork of their choice which I do a video critique on.   308 more words