CHARACTER WORD FOR JUNE:
Establishing specific, measurable and time-targeted objectives with determination.
YOUNG ARTIST'S SHOWCASE 2014
Congratulations to the following Mehlville art students!!!! Their artwork was accepted into the “ Young Artist’s Showcase 2014” which is sponsored by the St. Louis Artist’s Guild.
Emily Fox -12
Michael Harper, III – 12
Alexis Nix – 12
The opening for this show is Thursday, March 20th, from 5:00 – 7:30 p.m. at the St. Louis Artist’s Guild in Clayton. Awards will be announced at the opening.
MEHLVILLE ARTS STUDENTS AT THE SHELDON
The Sheldon Gallery in Grand Center is hosting the show “Inspirations-Art by students of Mehlville High School” through May 17th. Thirty-nine of our Mehlville art students have their work in the show. The Sheldon Gallery is open Tuesday-Saturday (Tuesday, Noon-8:00 p.m.; Wed. – Fri., Noon-5:00 p.m.;Saturday, 10 a.m.-2:00 p.m.) April 4th and May 2nd will be First Fridays in Grand Center which means the Sheldon Gallery will be open until 9:00 p.m. on those dates.
Time for float decorating!
Here are the dates and times:
Tuesday: 6-8 pm
Wednesday: 6-8 Powderpuff game is at 7.
Thursday: 6-8 if needed.
The theme is The Hollywood experience. Plan your costume as either a celebrity or as the paparazzi. Since we are a blend of Art Club and Photo Club, this should be fun! We have black fringe attached to the float. Alex C. designed our awesome art for the float. The address for where we will be working is right off Butler Hill near Washington Middle School. Even if you cannot help build, you can participate in the parade, but you must RSVP to be in the parade! I have to know how many are planning on riding on the float and how many are walking as Paparazzi!
Stop by room 207 with your decisions or to get directions.
2013 iPhone Photography Awards announced
Check out these amazing images taken by phone!!!
Is it a photo or a drawing? You be the judge.
Earlier this week an artist got the world talking about his drawings which were created using only ink pens. The issue is that they look so realistic--more like a photo. Click this link to see the story on line.