Gateway School Student Art Show: “Taking Shape: Explorations in Collage”
Collage is a whimsical and playful medium. In art class, students learn to use simple shapes to create a complex form. This medium removes the pressure of being able to hand draw shapes, so students can work on arrangement and experimentation. They can make a plan, and then enjoy playing and revising before gluing. Students selected shapes to fit the proportion and design elements of their figure based on themes such as robots, buildings and animals. They embellished the form by adding facial features or details for clothing, body parts, and accessories.
For more information and submission guidelines, contact Angela Gage, the Child Mind Institute Student Art Project Curator at 212.212.308 or email@example.com.
The Gateway School is a K-8, independent day school in New York City that transforms the lives of bright students with language-based learning disabilities and attention deficits.
The Child Mind Institute Student Art Project supported by the Doris and Melvin Sirow Art Fund. The fund honors the legacy of Doris and Melvin Sirow by ensuring that students from the New York metropolitan area continue to have the opportunity to have their work exhibited at the Child Mind Institute.