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Jahddiel Gomez

Jahddiel Gomez is a talented young man about 8 years old who lives with his family in Damajagua. His father is the pastor of the Free Methodist church in Damajagua and is also a person who travels close to the border of Haiti three times a week selling merchandise to help support his family. 160 more words

Calling All Art Teachers!

Your students create amazing works of art–why not let a wider audience enjoy them? CEA headquarters in Hartford proudly displays student artwork on a monthly rotating basis, and we invite your school to create our next display. 200 more words

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The Creative Process: Giving Thanks

After months of writing about creativity from a conceptual perspective, today I offer a practical example of how I live these concepts.  During the month of June, I consciously applied the steps of the creative process as I planned, prepared and presented a five-day art camp for eight middle school students. 468 more words


City Students, Metropolitan Talents

For over 15 years, The Metropolitan Museum of Art has hosted P.S. Art, the museum’s annual celebration of artwork created by City public school students. 239 more words


Exhibition Visit: Glasgow School of Art Degree Show 2017

I spent yesterday with my friend, Margaret, at the Glasgow School of Art Degree Show. The first port of call was the Fine Art Show in Trongate. 1,387 more words

Tunnel of Love

It would be a lie to say I love it, but there is a part of me that will miss San Dieguito’s “tunnel” when it’s gone in a just a few days. 368 more words

San Dieguito High School Academy

Eyeball Sushi: My Fist Slab Building

Our first assignment was to create whatever we wanted and we had 20 minutes to do so. I have an obsession with sushi so of course, I figured I would give it a whirl and sculpt a piece. 121 more words