SchoolArts Magazine

FEB 2019

SchoolArts is a national art education magazine committed to promoting excellence, advocacy, and professional support for educators in the visual arts since 1901.

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S N A P S H O T S More Student Art from Creating for a Cause Students at Detroit Country Day Middle School were asked to think beyond themselves by representing a cause or issue they are passionate about. Students visually communicated an idea while considering the color, texture, and implications of the materials they chose through various collage techniques. See page 34. Clockwise from top-left: Charlie Holman, Pollution (highlighting environmental issues), grade eight. Kate Parambo, Broken (highlighting the mistreatment of dogs in puppy mills), grade seven. Lily Pazner, No One Asks for It (highlighting issues of clothing, consent, and sexual harassment), grade eight. Rosalyn Li, Broken (highlighting animal abuse for entertainment), grade eight. Anthony Ge, Buzz Fire (advocating for the protection of bees), grade eight. Blair Spencer, Help Save the Pandas (advocating for the protection of pandas), grade eight.

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