The following were works (top 3) selected for the Human Rights Poster contest and (Bottom) Congressional Art Exhibition with Congresswoman Katie Porter
Please consider supporting Irvine High Visual Arts Teachers and the Art Club support Art education and art-making efforts via the Peace Corps in a Zulu village in South Africa. We realize there is so much need out there in the world—yet we would be grateful if you would consider supporting one of our courageous, and big-hearted former students Lexi Delahaut (IHS Class of 2010) in her teaching efforts/service in the Peace Corps currently at the Nansindlela Combined School in South Africa.
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Although summer is wonderful, Vaquero Visual Arts teachers have been preparing for the 2017-18 school year with lots of “behind the scenes” planning and activities.
In addition to creating curriculum for the new UC approved Intro to Photo Journalism course, and taking a cajillion “lookinforlight” photos, Mrs. Tucker has been steadily updating her APAH research. Among numerous places, summer travel included visits to Mesa Verde National Park (Cliff Palace & petroglyphs!), Taos Pueblo, Millicent Rogers Museum of Native American Art (Maria Martinez pottery) and a visit to the Annenberg Space for Photography.
Hopefully Ms. Lux will provide updates on her art adventures and her new addition: RUBY!
And Mrs. Perales will share Teo, travels, concerts, and Yearbook camp and AP workshops…
Ms. Phillips had a SUPER busy summer of travel, adventure and home improvements while working on the new Animation curriculum.
Mrs. Khurgel had a huge challenge with creating AP 2-D Design curriculum, Animation, and Computer Graphics… and then there’s her whole French gig… and baby Nathan to chase after!