color, shape, form, texture, value, space, and line.
K-5 art lessons that focus on one or more of the elements of art:
color, shape, form, texture, value, space, and line.
Different is Good will screen at the Team Screen Test 2013 at the Schaumburg Prairie Center for the Arts on Friday, April 26th.
Update: Tied for Best of Show.
Learn more here.
Heart Houses, our Art Service Project will be screened and judged on Friday, April 26th against these other finalists in the NextVista.org Service via Video contest.
Update: NextVista.org will be donating $100 on our behalf to the St. Rose HS art department!
Elementary Musical, last year's award-winning Fugleflick is in the running for Student Video of the Year 2012 through NextVista.org. This also will be decided on April 26th.
Update: not chosen. View all finalists here.
Today our Fugleflick Filmmakers had the honor of seeing their student-created, art-related video, Elementary Musical, screen to an international audience at the Chicago International Children's Film Festival. Our students (currently 6th graders) were invited on stage afterwards to talk about their movie making experience.
Dryden's Art Program has been making award-winning Fugleflicks with volunteer filmmakers for six years now. This movie is now our 5th Fugleflick that has screened at the Chicago International Children's Film Festival. Have a Fugleflick film fest below.
In 2007 Young Sloppy Brush was screened at CICFF. This brush then was asked to screen in Italy and Australia the following year. In 2009 it traveled around the country to art rooms in the Brush with Fame tour. He went missing before the end of his trip. Visit his website to see pictures, his video and his MIA video to learn more. We miss him:(
In 2009 Let's Be Green when we Clean screen at the CICFF. This video teaches students to conserve, recycle, and be smarter about cleaning the art room. It was a national finalist in the National Geographic Find Your Footprint Student Video Contest. See the framed T-Shirt in the hallway outside the art room. This video is full of special FX.
In 2009 Complementary in Every Way screened at the CICFF. This love story between Red and Green very cleverly teaches the primary, secondary colors, color mixing, and introduces many related concepts. This story grew from a silly conversation in a 4th grade class. They sketched out the story while a group of 5th graders played the roles.
In 2010 Glue Blues screened at the CICFF. This musical video told the plight of misused & mistreated bottles of glue from their own perspective. The 5 filmmakers had very creative storytelling strategies as they sang, danced, and spoke of how to help cure the Glue Blues. This movie was featured in a Wonderopolis post about how glue works.
In 2012 Elementary Musical screened at the CICFF. This musical introduction to the Elements of Art has won a number of accolades since it was created in early 2012. It won the Arlington Heights School District's Youtube Festival, Best of Show for the Screen Test Team Fest, and tied for first place NextVista.org's student video contest.
1. The school board recognized Dryden's leadership award through Artsonia for their outstanding participation!
We have over 25,000 pieces of art published
We have had almost 600,000 gallery views
We were #1 in Illinois and #10 in the Country last school year
This is YOUR award! Congrats!
See our post about this award here.
2. The school board recognized our Fugleflick Filmmakers for having their movie, Elementary Musical, accepted into the Chicago International Children's Film Festival. It will screen on Sunday, Oct. 28th.
See the post about this here.
FYI-this is the 5th Fugleflick to screen there.
3. The school board recognized our rotoscope animation project winning $5000 in the McGraw-Hill STEMie Awards.
We hope to have all the 100 students (currently 6th graders) join us to celebrate with McGraw-Hill next week. I heard there was cake involved (wink).
Learn more from this post.
Filmmakers won Best of Show at local fest.
Congratulations to our Fugleflick filmmakers who created Elementary Musical, an amazing video about the elements of art in the style of High School Musical.
This student-created art-related video was accepted into the Chicago International Children's Film Festival! Learn more about this festival here.
Sunday, October 28, 2012 1:00pm
Center on Halsted
3656 N. Halsted St., 3rd Floor, Chicago, IL
Purchase tickets using this link:
The weekend schedule is now online so you can view the hundreds of films screening during this multi-day festival.
Our movie will screen during the
"Up All Night: Youth-Produced Films" segment along with other child-produced films from around the country.
View this schedule here.
FYI- Elementary Musical has made it's debut already last year and received many accolades including:
First place in the District 25 Youtube Festival
First place (tied) in Next Vista.org's Spring Student Video Contest
Best of Show in Schaumburg's Screen Test Film Fest for Teams
Bonus: This video is great for art teachers to use to introduce a lesson on the Elements of Art. Here is how I used it with 5th graders last year.
We are the 2nd place winner of the ISTE Technology in Action Video Contest.
See my post for more info.
View our Entry for the What's Your Story
Internet Safety Contest
(Won the 2nd Place Prize)
View this musical tribute to the hard working teachers at Dryden and the students they love to teach.
Tricia Fuglestad, NBCT,
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