917 "C" Street
San Rafael, California 94901
Written by YIAStaff on December 29th, 2017
Third graders at Laurel Dell have added some color to their Hero project as they designed logos for their creations. How does a single picture tell a story? How do you show lightning hands, or super speed, or controlling fire? Students were able to experiment with tracing paper and carbon paper (new to them!) as they refined their logos. Several students decided their super hero would protect us all from fires.
Students culminated their Super Hero project by turning their super heroes into comic book illustrations. In the process students learned a little bit about Pop Art (Roy Lichtenstein) and the offset printing process (Ben Day dots reproduced by printing on bubble wrap).
Every step of this process encouraged students to imagine their creations in a more in-depth, concrete way. They have named their heroes, given them jobs and homes and friends, and are poised to create some wonderful stories with their heroes.
Thank you to the California Arts Council for their generous support of this project.
Posted in: Artists In Schools
Tags: bubble wrap, California Arts Council, drawing, Laurel Dell Elementary School, painting, Printmaking, Suzanne Joyal, Visual Arts, Youth in Arts
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