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

Posted : 2019-02-24 | Due on : 2019-03-15

5th grade Printmaking unit

1551051770printmakingrubric.docx
Students will be creating 3 animal sketches (realistic or fantasy) and use one of those sketches to create a styrofoam printing plate. They will use this printing plate to make 4 prints that have the following criteria: 1. complementary color scheme, 2. an analagous color scheme, 3. black or white ink on a paper color of their choice, 4. a marker print. Attached is a rubric for grading.

Posted : 2019-04-09 | Due on : 2019-05-17

6th grade Linear perspective projects

Students will be given the choice to use either one or two point linear perspective to create either a treehouse, a city from above or a surreal city. They will be graded on their creativity, (attention to detail), skill (use of linear perspective), craftsmanship (watercolor techniques) and presentation (uploading to our website for presentation and writing an artist statement).

Posted : 2019-04-09 | Due on : 2019-05-17

Abstract art influence by Georgia O'Keeffe

Students will be using everyday living objects to use as a reference for their abstract art. Students will zoom in on an interesting area of their living thing to create an open composition on at least three sides of the paper. Their drawing will focus on the contour lines seen in the object, as well as color and shapes. They will use watercolor to enhance them. They will be graded on their creativity, (attention to detail), skill (use of contour line and their ability to make an abstract art), craftsmanship (watercolor and drawing techniques) and presentation (uploading to our website for presentation and writing an artist statement).

Posted : 2019-02-08 | Due on : 2069-12-31

How to upload to our website: www.artsonia.com

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 your project name.
7. Find your image under “Pictures” and then “Camera Roll.” Open it and then click on green “select image/video” button.
9. Click the green “Upload Now.” There is a crop tool. Please use to cut out unnecessary background.
10. Title your artwork and write an artist statement. Click “Submit to Teacher”.



This week in class


MON

5th- some classes are finishing up their printmaking unit, while others are working on a drawing/watercolor unit, where they create "living things" open compositions that are so zoomed in that they become abstracted, much like American artist, Georgia O'Keeffe.

6th- most classes are finishing up their "posters with a message" project, but some classes will begin to learn how to make objects more three-dimensional, using one-point linear perspective.  Students will create aerial views of a city and experiment with watercolor.


TUES

5th- some classes are finishing up their printmaking unit, while others are working on a drawing/watercolor unit, where they create "living things" open compositions that are so zoomed in that they become abstracted, much like American artist, Georgia O'Keeffe.

6th- most classes are finishing up their "posters with a message" project, but some classes will begin to learn how to make objects more three-dimensional, using one-point linear perspective.  Students will create aerial views of a city and experiment with watercolor.


WEDS

5th- some classes are finishing up their printmaking unit, while others are working on a drawing/watercolor unit, where they create "living things" open compositions that are so zoomed in that they become abstracted, much like American artist, Georgia O'Keeffe.

6th- most classes are finishing up their "posters with a message" project, but some classes will begin to learn how to make objects more three-dimensional, using one-point linear perspective.  Students will create aerial views of a city and experiment with watercolor.


THURS

5th- some classes are finishing up their printmaking unit, while others are working on a drawing/watercolor unit, where they create "living things" open compositions that are so zoomed in that they become abstracted, much like American artist, Georgia O'Keeffe.

6th- most classes are finishing up their "posters with a message" project, but some classes will begin to learn how to make objects more three-dimensional, using one-point linear perspective.  Students will create aerial views of a city and experiment with watercolor.


FRI

5th- some classes are finishing up their printmaking unit, while others are working on a drawing/watercolor unit, where they create "living things" open compositions that are so zoomed in that they become abstracted, much like American artist, Georgia O'Keeffe.

6th- most classes are finishing up their "posters with a message" project, but some classes will begin to learn how to make objects more three-dimensional, using one-point linear perspective.  Students will create aerial views of a city and experiment with watercolor.


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Important Dates

  • October 12, 2018 : 6th grade color wheels due
    Mondays and Wednesdays have another week or two due to holidays and professional development meetings,
  • December 3, 2018 : Projects due
    Landscapes and Figure drawing projects are 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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