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Kindergarten Shape Monster Collages!

Kindergarten artists have been learning a lot about lines and shapes over the past few weeks! They have also been practicing some of the basic art techniques we will use regularly throughout the year including drawing, cutting and gluing. 44 more words



Serendipity (noun):  Finding something good without looking for it.

We did not expect to find Mickey Mouse sitting on a shelf at the Archives last week…but lo, we did. 63 more words

Special Events

2nd Grade Cityscape Paintings!

2nd graders have assumed the role of architects and city planners, tasked with designing their own cityscapes. First we looked at photographs of different buildings in NYC to identify the various shapes they are comprised of. 118 more words


Welcome to Art 2017-2018!

It’s a new year here at ICS complete with a new building and even a new art room at 55 Willoughby!

The year is off to a great start! 82 more words


Satisfy Your Heart

I’ve always had a desire to make stuff by hand. I thoroughly enjoy every process of developing a concept through photographing product vignettes. These are a few of my treasured images. 139 more words

Artist Perspective

WITS Voices: Getting Around the Real

By Kelly Froh, WITS Writer-in-Residence

I had an idea to engage my middle-schoolers with a series of curated exercises that would magically entwine, crossover, and accelerate their understanding of the comics form, and that these students would turn out incredible comic pages for a final printed project. 502 more words

Writers In The Schools