Student Work on Display in Destiny USA Great Snowman Convention
Published on 3/3/16
Clary Middle School
Dr Weeks Elementary School
Expeditionary Learning School
Franklin Elementary School
Frazer K-8 School
Huntington K-8 School
LeMoyne Elementary School
McKinley-Brighton Elementary School
Meachem Elementary School
PSLA @ Fowler
Salem Hyde Elementary School
Seymour Dual Language Academy
Van Duyn Elementary School
Students from 15 SCSD schools created artwork that was on display at Destiny USA in February as part of the 11th annual Great Snowman Convention.
This year’s focus was on the environment, with a task of creating snowmen in various forms. SCSD students were innovative in making their works of art, with Frazer technology students creating an electrified snowman made of sticks, LeMoyne students showing the structure of snowflakes on a tri-fold display, Franklin students creating 2-D bas-relief items, ELMS students using insulating foam to make 3-D snowmen and more.
High school students took part as well, with PSLA at Fowler students creating a variety of 2-D and 3-D figures and ITC students creating oils-on-canvas art!
Thank you to all of the art teachers who encouraged student participation in this project, and thank you to the talented students at Clary, Dr. Weeks, Huntington, McKinley-Brighton, Meachem, Salem Hyde, Seymour, Van Duyn and Webster, who submitted work as well!
To see photos of the student work, click through our Flickr album >>>
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