On September 17th, Archmere students traveled to Bellevue State Park to attend the Hispanic Heritage Festival. The Festival is held every year in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. The students had an amazing time, enjoying folk dances, beautiful crafts, and tasting delicious tacos and mango water ice. They were able to meet people with Hispanic backgrounds and learn more about their culture.
Art Class Creates Positive/Negative Design
Ms. Hollie Lyko's Introduction to Design classes have just finished their first project, a Positive/Negative design. The students were asked to take their own photo on campus and transform it into a black and white design, focusing on positive and negative space and symmetry. All designs were cut by hand with an X-acto knife on sticker cardstock.
Ceramics Class Creates Ancient Vessels
Students in Ms. Briggs' Ceramics class completed their first project. After exploring the drying stages of clay and learning about ancient pottery traditions, students created their own interpretation of an ancient ceramic vessel.