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Ever wonder what it would be like to be in multiple places at one time?
What would you be doing?
For this project students in Ms. Max's class were tasked with re-creating reality. Students used photopea.com to depict themselves in a frame more than once! They used props, clothing and changed their appearances to fool the viewer’s eye.
Visual Imagery - Ms. Max
Making art personal and relevant to students is always a challenge. This week's artist highlights are from my Visual Imagery (Photo 1) classes and it is one of my favorite photography projects!!
Students were forced to look at the world around them with a new perspective, finding “letters” within everyday objects. We then “played” with B and W and Color to create multiple versions of their name! Can’t get more personalized than that!
Students had fun with this and I think the results are pretty darn good! Enjoy! And if you know any of these artists feel free to compliment them on their good work!
Annette Gutierrez, Arianette Avina, Gabriela Flores, Gabriela Pena, Jesus Sanchez, Natalie Morales, and Roman O'Brien.
Throughout time people have turned to art as a way to express themselves about their society and world view. This genre of art is called social commentary and it is a persuasive genre that can help spread ideas, information, and advocate for change.
Typically, I keep this pretty open ended. There are a lot of perspectives that can be explored through photography! That being said, 2020 left one big elephant in our lives and through photography I wanted to give students an outlet to process and explore it!
YES, students created photography about COVID!
Some of their photos might make you laugh, or cry, or maybe even make you cheer! :)
Shout Out to the following students:
Nayely Hernandez, Lance Hidalgo, Jenna Zorila, Nathan Robles, Pricilla Palacios, Isabelle Pruitt, Mikenley Diaz, Nolan Murakawski
Click on the arrows on either side to navigate through the student work!