6-8 ArtStream Lessons

Broadway Dance with Pamela Lehan Siegel

Students will get active as they learn the dynamic movements of Broadway dance, set to exciting and fun music. Students will be introduced to energizing and accessible choreography as they work toward a final performance routine in each lesson. This program supports physical education needs while introducing students to an exciting and creative form of dance. Supplies: movement clothes, open space, water

Experimental Printmaking with Erika Wolf

Students will explore the surfaces, objects, and textures surrounding them as they go on a journey to uncover the many potential art prints that surround them. From tracing with crayons or colored pencils to making a stamp out of everyday household items, this lesson will expose students to the limitless potential artmaking tools that surround them every day. This lesson teaches visual arts standards while touching on science standards. Supplies: Recycled texture materials for experimentation such as bubble wrap and vegetable net bags, watercolor paint or pencils, paintbrush or sponge, paint palette, palette knife or popsicle sticks, pencil, cardboard or plastic work surface, thin cardboard, scissors, water container. Recommended: lace, leftover tea or coffee, eyedropper, ruler

Homemade Modeling Dough with Nicole Hummel

Students will create their own modeling dough from basic kitchen supplies in order to get their hands dirty with sculpture! Nicole will then guide students through a variety of sculptural prompts including models of the human anatomy and digestive track that touch on math and science concepts. This lesson brings visual art, math, and science into sculptural harmony!   Supplies: flour, salt, water, cream of tartar, food coloring, bowl, measuring cups and spoons, food storage container
  • Monday, May 10th at 11:15am
  • Wednesday, May 12th at 11:15am
  • Monday, May 17th at 11:15am