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 : 2019-02-08 | 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 (5th: open and closed, 6th: nontraditional portraits)
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”.

Posted : 2018-12-18 | Due on : 2019-01-18

5th grade Open and Closed Compositions

Students may bring an item from home to draw. Students will focus on trying to draw the contour lines of the object using both a closed composition (where the object is all included on the page) and an open composition (where the object is cropped and not all of the image is revealed on the paper). Students will choose their choice of marker, colored pencil, crayon or watercolor to enhance their art.

Posted : 2018-12-18 | Due on : 2019-01-18

6th grade Nontraditional Self-Portraits

Students will develop a list of seven to ten items that help to describe or define them. Using compositional techniques such as rule of thirds, cropping, overlapping, framing, point of view, and emphasis (size differentiation), students will arrange these items on a page to design a nontraditional self-portrait.



This week in class


MON

5th- observational drawing techniques such as Igor Stravinsky activity and vase vs. face exercise (formative)

6th- development of lists that include 7-10 items that define them (formative)


TUES

5th- observational drawing techniques such as Igor Stravinsky activity and vase vs. face exercise (formative)

6th- development of lists that include 7-10 items that define them (formative)


WEDS

5th- observational drawing techniques such as Igor Stravinsky activity and vase vs. face exercise (formative)

6th- development of lists that include 7-10 items that define them (formative)


THURS

5th- observational drawing techniques such as Igor Stravinsky activity and vase vs. face exercise (formative)

6th- development of lists that include 7-10 items that define them (formative)


FRI

5th- observational drawing techniques such as Igor Stravinsky activity and vase vs. face exercise (formative)

6th- development of lists that include 7-10 items that define them (formative)


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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.


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