Dr. Julian Rogus School


Contact us

  19900 S. 80th Avenue, Tinley Park, IL, 60487
 Phone (815) 464-2285

  Principal

Principal: Laura C. Goebel
Assistant Principal: Maura K. Carroll

  School Hours

Office Hours: 8:00am-3:55pm
Teacher Hours: 8:10am-3:10pm
Student Hours: 8:20am to 2:50pm*
Half-Day Student Hours: 8:20am-11:30am
* Activity Dismissal: 3:55pm
 

HELLO AND WELCOME TO THE ART ROOM! Please check out our artsonia website in the links section to VISUALLY understand more about what we are doing in the art room!




Assignments

Each assignment, when completed, will need to be uploaded to our art website: artsonia.com. Part of students' grades will be given based on the presentation of the image, a title for their artwork, and an artist statement with proper punctuation and capitalization that answers one of the prompting questions given for the assignment. Below are directions on how to upload any project to our website including projects that they might do at home! Publishing Your Art on Artsonia.com 1. Take a picture of your artwork using your camera tool (click the windows tool bottom left). The document will save on your camera roll in your pictures folder. 2. Then, go to your web browser and type www.artsonia.com 3. Click on the login button (white button on the top right), click student. 4. Type in access code: tdwwrrtp 5. Enter your full first name (no nicknames), and click on your name. 6. Click on the green “Add New Artwork” button. Click on the current project name. 7. Click Select Image/Video. Find your image under “Pictures” and then “Camera Roll.” Click open. 9. Click the green “Upload Now.” There is a crop tool. Please use to cut out unnecessary background without cutting out the image. You can also use the wand tool to brighten up the image, but don't get carried away! 10. Title your artwork and write an artist statement. Click “Submit to Teacher”.

Posted : 2019-06-28 | Due on : 2019-10-10

5th Grade Self-portraits

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Students will be introduced to facial proportion and learn how to draw the face more accurately. We will discuss several artists who work with portraiture and students will be able to use crayons, colored pencils, oil pastels or markers to enhance their portraits. Students will be assessed on their facial proportion, craftsmanship with the medium of their choice, and their use of contour lines to create accurate facial features.

Posted : 2019-06-28 | Due on : 2019-10-10

Figure Drawings

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In this unit, students will be focusing on drawing the human figure in proportion. We will discuss, in depth,the idea that if you use the head as a form of measurement, most people are about 7 head lengths tall. We will practice drawing the body in proportion and then students will pose mannequins to create a unique pose from which to draw. We will be emphasizing not just proportion, but also creating forms and using value to create depth/space in our figures. Students will be assessed on proportion, drawing forms, using colored pencils to create value, and craftsmanship and originality.



This week in class


MON

5th and 6th grade will be covering classroom procedures, expectations and complete a collaborative, school-wide art project.


TUES

5th and 6th grade will be covering classroom procedures, expectations and complete a collaborative, school-wide art project.


WEDS

5th and 6th grade will be covering classroom procedures, expectations and complete a collaborative, school-wide art project.


THURS

5th and 6th grade will be covering classroom procedures, expectations and complete a collaborative, school-wide art project.


FRI

5th and 6th grade will be covering classroom procedures, expectations and complete a collaborative, school-wide art project.


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Important Dates

  • October 3, 2019 : 6th grade figure drawings due
  • October 10, 2019 : 5th grade portraits due


Video List

Watercolor video

Students will learn how to use watercolor to paint with detail. Some discussion of color mixing will be seen.
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Paper Relief Radial Design


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TREEHOUSES

Learn how to draw a treehouse using two point linear perspective
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2-point linear perspective

How to draw cities using two point linear perspective
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Cool Links



Downloads List