Intro to art students created dream catchers using metal hoops, fake sinew, feathers and beads. Dream catchers were first made by the Ojibwe Nation (aka Chippewa) to hang above sleeping babies. The dream catchers were meant to entangle bad dreams while allowing good dreams to pass through the hole in the center. Native groups around the country, including here in Alaska since have adopted the artform. Here are Seward High Students versions:
Students began their prints with an original drawing. On the drawing they planned 3 different colors to separate the various objects and shapes. Within the shapes they added some texture. They transferred their design onto linoleum, carved it out and printed the colors in layers. This time we experimented with paper, printing onto colored paper, old maps, magazines, etc… Here are the ideas they came up with:
Seward High Drama is proud to present, CSI: Neverland. The show runs at 7:30 nightly on the following dates:
Monday, April 30
Tuesday, May 1
Wednesday, May 2
CSI meets Neverland in this marvelous merger of comedic mayhem!