2018: Collaboration with the new orleans museum of art
As a part of Newman’s annual collaborative exhibition with the New Orleans Museum of Art, Pre-Kindergarten and Green Trees (3 & 4 years old) artists created an installation using ceramic pinch pots and mirrors. The clay pots were the result of a six week long study in clay (Pre-K) and the mirrors were the product of a project where children traced the reflections of natural materials (Green Trees).
2018: Pre-K fairy project
During this six week long project, Pre-K artists designed and built a village for fairies using loose parts. The children also created a series of fairy drawings with corresponding narratives.
2018: Making Children Visible Exhibition
Reynolds Ryan Gallery, Green Trees Early Childhood Village at Isidore Newman School
2017: Photography Project
A collection of photographs by children 3 and 4 years of age
Holga cameras, 120 mm black and white film
2016-2017: Green Trees Early Childhood Village, Isidore Newman School
Student Work and Documentation
Newman/New Orleans Museum of Art Collaboration:
The Magic of Trees (Pre-Kindergarten book dedicated to John James Audubon's Brown Pelican)
Nest & Blooming Branches for the Brown Pelican - 3 & 4 year old children
2015 - 2016: Green Trees Early Childhood Village, Isidore Newman School
Cardboard House Project with artist Raine Bedsole, 3 & 4 year old children
Pre-Kindergarten Eye Study
Collection of work made by elementary students at Castletree Camp in New Orleans, LA.
This is a collection of work made by elementary students (ages 6 - 11) at Castletree Camp in New Orleans, LA. The students worked primary in clay sculpture, with a few additional two-dimentional projects in printmaking, painting, and drawing.
The Academy of the Sacred Heart Middle School Ceramics elective. Grades 5 - 8. Photos of the students' unfinished projects in clay.
In the Spring of 2013, during part of my time as the Visiting Artist Intern with the University of Georgia's Study Abroad Program in Cortona, Italy, I worked with the Art Education class in the local Elementary School. Together with a friend of the program, I taught a First Grade Art Class each week. The students made ceramic puppets that visually represented an emotion of their choice. All of the art work created during the semester was exhibited in a student show in April at the Elementary School for family and friends.
This is a collection of work made by elementary students (ages 6 - 11) at Castletree Camp in New Orleans, LA (summer 2012). The students worked primary in clay sculpture, with a few additional two-dimentional projects in collage, painting, and drawing.