The Arlington Heights Library Art Show was canceled last May. I had all the banners ready to go already. They were just tucked away in my room all spring and summer long. When I returned to the building I decided to hang them in the hallway outside the art room. I know you can't come and see the art yet, so I took lots of photos and video to share it with you virtually. I even captured the augmented reality effects for the transdigital pieces. Take a look below or go to this link.
Our translational tessellation project using the Amaziograph app on iPads from the early winter was published in School Arts Magazine's April 2014 issue. You can view our original post here with links to student art, handouts, tutorial, and more.
See this blog post from Schoolarts Magazine about this lesson: http://www.schoolartsroom.com/2014/03/terrific-tessellations.html
My students finished making their construction paper translational tessellations you can view them in our online art gallery on Artsonia here.
Unfortunately we have to make our digital tessellations collaboratively since we only have half the iPads needed for our classroom. Help solve this problem with a donation to our iPad campaign through Donors Choose or Edbacker.com. My students and I thank you very much! We love creating on iPads!
Download both example sheets as a printable pdf here.
Below are images from students using the Amaziograph App in Art Class
Today I had the privilege of working with a great group of art teachers in Antioch, IL on using iPads to create in the art room. We spent the whole day exploring techniques, lesson ideas, and some great art apps. I'm so glad I made my wish for an iPEVO because my wireless plan for mirroring the iPad failed on their school's wireless network. By the way you can make a wish for an IPEVO too at this link.
I updated my Creating on iPads handout for this workshop. You can download it here.
It includes some more project ideas and changes Brushes App to Sketchbook Express.
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