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Go Public has revealed the 2019 HS student artists featured on billboards throughout the SA area. They had a record 229 entries from high school students throughout SA! Two of our FA Academy art students were selected (26 were selected) Billboards will be up through March 31!
Art teachers sharing various studio processes during our Fine Arts PLC led by Mrs. Garcia Wrenn middle school art teacher and Mrs. Frazier, Memorial Art Teacher #EISDofSA
Leslie Alvarez, “The Stuff of Dreams,” 2019, State Finalist #EdgewoodProud
Esmeralda Herrera, “Congratulations,” Mixed media, 2019, State finalist
Tracey Muzquiz, “Happy Thoughts” Charcoal on toned paper, 2018 #EdgewoodProud
Manual Martinez, “Thinking About the Past”, Graphite on paper, 2018, State Finalist #EdgewoodProud
Luz Zambrano, “Lucita”, Charcoal on toned paper, 2019, State Finalist #EdgewoodProud
Congratulations to all our VASE 2019 participants! The following students were selected to move forward to State VASE in April: Tracey Muzquiz, Manual Martinez, Luz Zambrano, Esmeralda Herrera & Leslie Alvarez
VASE 2019 Regional is tomorrow! I want to thank each one of my students for doing their best and meeting those deadlines. Good luck tomorrow! Student: Leslie Alvarez, “The Stuff of Dreams”, ink & gold acrylic on canson, 21”x 28” #EdgewoodProud #ExcellenceInEdgewood
Congratulations to our NINE National Qualifiers! Group Scene- Jennica Avila, Jianna Rodriguez, Nathan Elias, Jesus Moreno, Rebecca Escamilla, Eddy Escobar; Duet-Cal Gonzalez & Gabriella Gaona, Monologue- Mikayla Johnson #excellenceinedgewood @eisdofsa
🎨 Mr. Martinez's class is learning the balances of art such as symmetry by creating intricate masks made of clay. After choosing a theme, students then molded, sculpted and painted the masks. The finished pieces will be displayed at the “Dia de los Muertos” altar at the campus.
Chalk It Up 2018 Mural Complete!