Arts Festival Features All Kinds of Creations

On display at the Arts Festival were paintings by members of the Pathways class and the PhotoVoice exhibit. Veritas Photo

On display at the Arts Festival were paintings by members of the Pathways class and the PhotoVoice exhibit. Veritas Photo

The Rockland Public Schools Arts Festival held last night featured displays of creativity in several different areas.  The visual arts were well represented with displays of drawings, paintings, photography and 3D designs. Displays included work from pre-school to elementary to middle school and high school, including AP Portfolio collections of senior art students.

Technology Education was represented with exhibits that included woodworking projects, and computer drawings from the Auto Cad and Chief Architecture classes.

Family and Consumer Science projects. Veritas photo

Mrs. Ashche’s Family and Consumer Science class projects included pillows, aprons and quilts Veritas photo

The Family and Consumer Science classes displayed a variety of sewing projects including quilts, fleece blankets and pillows.

2nd grader Gus interacts with NAO the robot at the Arts Festival. Veritas photo.

Esten School 2nd grader Gus Noguera interacts with NAO the robot at the Arts Festival. Veritas photo.

Robotics and Engineering had their robotic creations on display which provided a lot of fun for the younger visitors to the arts festival.  Robotics teacher Jennifer Wozniak said, “Kids and parents were excited about the engineering and robotics projects, including our humanoid robot, NAO.  We need to make sure we are encouraging our younger students who show interest in science and math – especially the girls!”

images pageImages Magazine, the Rockland High School Art and Literary Magazine, was on sale at the event.  The magazine also has a website that you can access here.
Below is our photo gallery!

 

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Posted on April 15, 2016, in Clubs / Activities, Features. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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