November 3rd We have a field trip to the MACC to see the National Parks Exhibit
Printmaking day: November 10 wear clothes that you don't mind if paint gets on- the printmaking ink does not come off clothes easily.
GOOGLE 4 DOODLE: Google 4 Doodle Due November 17th
https://doodles.google.com/d4g/ They are asking you to imagine what possibilities await in the years to come and to represent that vision through their art. In other words, they are asking that this year’s doodles explain “What I see for the future…” One talented student’s winning artwork will appear on the Google homepage. The winner will also receive a $30,000 college scholarship and a $50,000 Google for Education technology award for their school. PrizesNational Winner
The National Winner will have his or her doodle featured on the U.S. Google.com homepage for one day. He or she will receive:
The four National Finalists who do not become the National Winner will have their doodles featured in the Doodle 4 Google gallery. Each National Finalist will receive:
The 48 State and Territory winners who do not become National Finalists will have their doodles included in the Doodle 4 Google gallery. Each State and Territory Winner will receive:
This is our last class of the quarter. We will do our portfolio when we come back from the break. I exempted the grade for this and will apply it for next quarter. We will be preparing our linoleum blocks for printing. The Hui No'eau has a printmaking event:
“BIG Ink” Celebration!FREE & Open to the Public!
Saturday, 1 day
October 8 / 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
We invite students, artists, and the entire community to come together for this spectacular event! Let’s bring printmaking out of the studio and celebrate how fun and magical the printmaking process can be for all ages! This event is a culmination of the Hui’s 2016 Artist in Residence Program with Professor James Bailey of University of Montana. James will guide teams of volunteers as they assist him in the printing process using an unlikely and unique printing press: a steamroller! Volunteers will ink blocks that have been carved by local artists, Hui students, and youth from local schools in the weeks leading up to this “Big Ink” event. Everyone will be invited to gather round to watch the magic unfold on a large scale as James prints the woodcuts on cloth or paper by driving over them with a steamroller. James and volunteers will also print a 4’ x 8’ print that James created himself during his residency at the Hui. Bring your family and friends and you’ll love watching this exciting and interactive printmaking event!