Florence Brasser Art

  • Below you will find At-Home Learning Opportunities that students may work on during the COVID-19 school closure.

     

    Try using the artsonia "classroom mode" to access, edit  and add your child's artwork remotely click here: artsonia classroom mode  using student access code: HRJJ-CJTS  this will allow student artwork to be shared remotely from home, add comments and view the gallery of work. 

     

    Florence Brasser Artsonia gallery

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    Hello Brasser students!

    Here are some fun activities and creative resources I thought you could take advantage of during this time at home. I would really love to see what you create, so please share your work in the newly created Artsonia Project "School Closed PK- 5 Shared Art"  there are directions above and a student code you can use to login.  If you are having trouble with this you could also e-mail me a picture of your work at jason_fish@gateschili.org and I will try to post it for you as soon as I can.   

    I hope everyone stays Healthy,Happy and Safe !  

    Sincerely,

        - Mr. Fish

     

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    Week of March 16- 20th: Try this Interactive Generative Art  You can save and share your creations to our artsonia folder in classroom mode (see above)

    Week of March 23rd - 27th: Explore Mrs. Halstead's video lessons here: Mrs. Halstead's Youtube  These videos created by Neil Armstrong's Art teacher are a great way to stay active creating using a variety of materials. I reccomend the "cereal box sculptures" project myself.

    Week of March 30th - April 3rd: Grades PK- 2 explore the Crayola Kids Zone (try to save one of your designs to artsonia.com)  Grades 3- 5 Using the Autodraw https://www.autodraw.com/ create a design of your choice.  Explore and save your work. try all the different tools. This is similar to Pixie, however there are some differences with the autodraw brush. Don't forget to save your work and have fun!

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  • The Gates Chili elementary art department uses a standards based curriculum to provide students with a unique opportunity to learn the skills that will foster creativity as they grow in their own exploration of the visual arts.  

    Kindergarten Students are introduced to the Art Room setting, new vocabulary and the 6 units of the elementary art curriculum; Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, Non-Objective, Architecture and Three-Dimensional art. They explore and experiment with materials and techniques, and begin to learn to describe and explain the choices they make.

    1st Grade students begin to identify and classify their world through their art. They continue to build vocabulary to describe the choices they make in their creative process, and they start to compare images across settings, subjects, and cultures.  They continue to develop work in the 6 units of the elementary art curriculum; Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, Non-Objective, Architecture and Three-Dimensional art.

    2nd Grade students use art to explore their personal interests. They begin to develop preferences of material and techniques. They learn to compare art across time and places and an emphasis is made on multiple approaches to design problems. Students continue to develop work in the 6 units of the elementary art curriculum; Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, Non-Objective, Architecture and Three-Dimensional art.

    3rd Grade artists begin to elaborate on their artistic expression. They apply their growing knowledge to their thinking and creative process. They begin to evaluate works of art and generate their own artist statements. Students continue to develop work in the 6 units of the elementary art curriculum; Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, Non-Objective, Architecture and Three-Dimensional art.

    4th Grade artists apply criteria to their own art work and evaluate art in the world around them. They explore art in their community and learn to revise their work while in progress. Students continue to develop work in the 6 units of the elementary art curriculum; Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, Non-Objective, Architecture and Three-Dimensional art.

    5th Grade artists learn to discuss art work and compare interpretations with their peers. They apply context and criteria to their evaluations and can generate their own artistic statements based on their work.  Students continue to develop work in the 6 units of the elementary art curriculum; Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, Non-Objective, Architecture and Three-Dimensional art.