PhotocubephotoIs that student smelling her new Chromebook? NOPE! She’s learning how to use the camera on herPhotocube new Chromebook by taking zoomed in photos of facial features for a Photocube art project (http://bighugelabs.com/cube.php)! Check out the other student’s finish project ready to be printed.

All 6th, 7th and 8th grade students in art completed this task their first full week of Art to help them about their Chromebook artsy devices and their artsy features! We got the idea here: http://bighugelabs.com/onblack.php?id=3379172836

Taught Rotation 3: January 20th 2016, Taught Rotation 2: October 26th 2015, Taught Rotation 1: August 25th 2015

7th grade Students made an Android Character of themselves at https://www.androidify.com/en/#/.androidify

Once their character was complete, students created a screenshot using the Nimbus Extension and then upload it to their Google Drive, put it into the shared Art Class folder as well as changed their Edmodo Profile Pic to their Character.

Need help with the Nimbus Extension? Check out this Google Doc for help:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fJOs4wBL52m50GetIU03Z_FdHebdIVN-R63dncQT-1Y/edit?usp=sharing

Missing the Nimbus Extension? Get it here: (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/nimbus-screenshot/bpconcjcammlapcogcnnelfmaeghhagj?hl=en)

 

Taught Rotation 3: January 20th 2016, Taught Rotation 2: October 26th 2015, Taught Rotation 1: August 25th 2015,

imagesPlease click this link to get to the 6th Grade Google Doc Folder and then add it to your Drive: https://drive.google.com/a/sd13.org/folderview?id=0BzEdZW-esi6iNk1oSVpVNU92NTQ&usp=sharing

Please click this link to get to the 7th Grade Google Doc Folder and then add it to your drive: https://drive.google.com/a/sd13.org/folderview?id=0BzEdZW-esi6ib2Jxd3ZsYWZkUDg&usp=sharing

Please click this link to get to the 8th Grade Google Doc Folder and then add it to your drive: https://drive.google.com/a/sd13.org/folderview?id=0BzEdZW-esi6ia01kZFpBUlNsMVk&usp=sharing

WeeklyCalendarPlease add the appropriate calendars to your own Google Calendar by coping and pasting them from the shared doc or below:

 

 

Google Doc with Calendar Links: https://docs.google.com/a/sd13.org/document/d/1x3wPUQQI3cc-qxiP9JcMQwaIlFlEGjV0TZOYOEQnDMs/edit?usp=sharing

 

downloadFor Art please add the following printers:

SMALLBW   and   WIMCLASER

 

 

Click the link below to add printers to your Chromebook:

https://docs.google.com/a/sd13.org/document/d/1K9BpMJkIGVCdsAQS5irxmm48GNq71wl_NDEsCYLAZkg/editClick this codumatne?usp=sharing

 

Do you want extra credit in Art? Have your parents make comments on your Artsonia account using this form: Artsonia Parent Comments Instructions and return it with their signature before the end of the quarter to earn extra credit! Each comment your parents make on your art from this year is worth 1 extra credit point!

 

Art Students: Below is the link for instructions on how to comment on at least 10 of your classmates for your Artsonia Comments Point Grade (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1V9w0FoWrs576fG4c83PGlY158H_PzY9QDvhjh0Wrzvw/edit?usp=sharing)

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BzEdZW-esi6idTc1NGxqVHZ6MjA?usp=sharing

Complete Phil Hansen’s, also known as PhilintheCircle, ‘How to Mount A Buck’ project and then email me, Mrs. Matt (dmatt@sd13.org) a photo of your Cardboard Buck Mount on top of something and you’ll earn yourself some extra credit in Art. (Follow the steps/links below my pictures!)

Here are pictures of the Cardboard Buck Mount Mrs. Matt made…

Watch the ‘How to Mount a Buck’ instruction video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=okYM6hOjmWU&feature=share

Print out the Buck template:  http://www.philinthewhaaat.com/files/PITW_Cardboard_Buck_PDF1.pdf

Visit Phil Hansen’s Weekly Projects Page http://www.philinthewhaaat.com/index.html for more information!

View all of Westfield’s Bucks at http://www.artsonia.com/museum/gallery.asp?exhibit=501656

Did you know that recently Phil showed Mrs. Matt’s project on his video http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=NGcWF1shKXY

8th Grade students created digital Graffiti-like names using the website http://www.graffiticreator.net/index.htm.  Graffiti Creator is a text paint tool where students can type in a name or phrase and create unique logos and images. View all of the students’ creations on Artsonia at: http://www.artsonia.com/museum/gallery.asp?exhibit=309042

Need help with the Nimbus Extension? Check out this Google Doc for help:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fJOs4wBL52m50GetIU03Z_FdHebdIVN-R63dncQT-1Y/edit?usp=sharing

Missing the Nimbus Extension? Get it here: (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/nimbus-screenshot/bpconcjcammlapcogcnnelfmaeghhagj?hl=en)

Taught Rotation 3: February 22nd 2016, Taught Rotation 1: September 3rd 2015, Taught Rotation 3: January 20th 2015, Taught Rotation 2: October 27th 2014, Taught Rotation 1: August 21st 2014, Taught Rotation 3: March 18th 2013, Taught Rotation 2: December 14th 2012, Taught Rotation 4: May 16th 2012, Taught Rotation 1: October 18th 2011, Rotation 3: January 4th 2011, Taught Rotation 4: March  18th 2011

6th grade students used the South Park Website (http://www.sp-studio.de/) to create their own South Park character modeled after themselves.

Once their character was complete, students created a screenshot using the Nimbus Extension (Inastuctions: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fJOs4wBL52m50GetIU03Z_FdHebdIVN-R63dncQT-1Y/edit?usp=sharing) and then upload it to their Google Drive and put it into the shared Art Class folder.

View all of the students’ creations on Artsonia at: http://www.artsonia.com/museum/gallery.asp?exhibit=306339

Taught Rotation 2: October 29th 2015, Taught Rotation 1: September 14th 2015, Taught Rotation 4: April 6th 2015, Taught Rotation 3: January 22nd 2015, Taught Rotation 2: October 28th 2014, Taught Rotation 1: August 20th 2014, Taught Rotation 4: March 25th 2014, Taught Rotation 3: January 14th 2014, Taught Rotation 2: October 24th 2014, Taught Rotation 1: August 23rd 2013, Taught Rotation 3: March 18th 2013, Taught Rotation 1: October 16th 2012, Taught Rotation 4: May 16th 2012, Taught Rotation 1: October 4th 2012, Taught Rotation 1: August 31st 2010, Taught Rotation 2:  October 19th 2010, Taught Rotation 3: January  11th 2011, Taught Rotation 4: April 4th 2011