The following were works (top 3) selected for the Human Rights Poster contest and (Bottom) Congressional Art Exhibition with Congresswoman Katie Porter
“Hello arts educators!
We are getting excited for this year’s Summer Academies in the Arts!
Thanks to a gift from the Assistance League of Irvine, we have scholarships to give exclusively to students who live in Irvine or go to school in IUSD, and who demonstrate financial need. Would you please let your students know about the opportunity?
Applications for full scholarships are due April 29th for our Arts camps and May 20th for our Technology camps (see below).
Please let me know if you have any questions, would like more brochures or posters, or if your students have questions. I am happy to help!
Thank you all for the wonderful work that you do!”
Megan M. Belmonte, Director of Outreach Programs, Claire Trevor School of the Arts
firstname.lastname@example.org, University of California, Irvine
Activity events leaders need to attend this organizational meeting. Talk to your Visual Arts and/or CTE teachers for more info.
Make sure you claim your spot for the Frank Gehry Disney Hall, MOCA and Norton Simon Field Trip! Seats are filling up fast!
Congratulations to all who participated in the “2018-2019 National Reflections Art Contest”. The theme for this year was “Heroes Around Me” During the awards ceremony on Wednesday Oct 23, the following students were awarded the following:
- 1st Place- Jason Setiawan- ( It’s You)
- 2nd Place- Celeste Hoang- ( Officer Pops)
- 3rd Place- Chi-An Lu -( The Hero in Me)
- Visual Arts:
- 1st Place- Jiwon Woo –( The Invisible Cape)
- 2nd Place- Kiho Lee – ( My Life Decision)
- 3rd Place- Ashley Barnard ( Mother- The Unsung Hero)
- 3rd Place – Richard Zhang- ( City of Technology)
We hope you will participate in an Anti-Littering campaign to bring attention and awareness that each of us is responsible to actively keep our campus and community clean by cleaning up after ourselves, picking up trash when we see it and recycling whenever possible.
Check out some of our students’ creations for this campaign! To see more work visit the gallery here
Toni M. & David S.
ArtCenter will be here on Tuesday October 16th during 2A for a full presentation on portfolio building, on what to expect and how to apply to the school. At lunch that same day, they will do a shorter/casual version, going over just the basics. Both meetings will be in UA11.
Make sure you are keeping tabs on the upcoming contests and exhibitions pages…
Note this one coming up soon!
START PLANNING FOR THE 2018-19 PTSA REFLECTIONS CONTEST!
THE THEME IS “HEROES AROUND ME”
For more details and contest requirements see: https://www.pta.org/home/programs/reflections/awards
Department meetings aren’t so bad when it includes art appreciating (and buying) in Laguna Beach. Working lunch included BIG plans for VAQUERO VISUAL ARTS day!