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Flight to fantasy

Anecdote: I never painted directly (always made a pencil sketch first and then filled in colours). And never painted on a canvas too. So When hubby gifted me a large canvas and new acrylic colours, the little child in me was super excited but the rational me was confused on how to go about it (I failed sketching on canvas with pencil :P). 206 more words


Visible Assessment at the SNAP of a Finger

We are constantly reminded as teachers that learning should be visible. This is really great when applied, especially for experiential learners, but can be difficult when asked to provide examples of assessment to parents and/or administrators. 210 more words


Jeanni - Stunning Artwork, teaching and views on Art





Jeanni Grant-Nelson is based in Cornwall and currently artist in residence at the prestigious Nare Hotel. A graduate of Exeter University, she has worked as a freelance artist and art/drama teacher in the UK and Australia. 75 more words

in the details

Some of you, if you’re like me, might want all the tiny little details. How will this thing work?

Well, assuming all goes to plan… 459 more words


June Projects

June begins the summer season here in Brunswick, Maine, after a long, hard winter. at last, this coastal college town is alive with a host of cultural offerings, prominent among them Maine State Music Theatre, the Bowdoin International Music Festival, and the Bowdoin Museum, which usually mounts a major exhibit each year. 134 more words


In Photos: The 2015 Venice Biennale

The Venice Biennale is perhaps the most important contemporary art event in the world. This year’s iteration includes 89 pavilions in the Giardini and Arsenale, as well as scattered across the city. 154 more words



keeping to the straight and narrow

Visual Art