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The Memory Project – AP Studio Art

The Memory Project is a charitable nonprofit organization that invites art teachers and their students to create portraits for youth around the world who have faced substantial challenges, such as neglect, abuse, loss of parents, violence, and extreme poverty. Each student in AP Studio Art received a photograph of a child from Colombia and created a portrait […]

Teen Read Week Book Posters

For Teen Read Week, Mr. Diaz’ digital imaging students were asked to design posters for books but in the style of a movie poster. The main objective was to demonstrate visual hierarchy: a design concept that uses color, contrast, size or other visual tools so that viewers get a sense of visual importance when looking […]

Art Advertisements 2013/2014

Students in Digital Imaging used prominent artworks as the starting point for this project. They designed a print advertisement that tied the content of the artwork to a modern day product. In some cases, students needed to come up with their own slogan to connect the product to the art work. They also were tasked […]

Self Portraits – 2013

Students from Digital Imaging 1B took and manipulated photographs of themselves. They mixed in meaningful and interesting textures, along with a line drawing, with their photographs to create these portraits. View gallery.

Art Advertisements – 2013

Students in Digital Imaging 1A designed a one-page print advertisement that demonstrated an understanding of Visual Hierarchy. They also needed to use a famous artwork as the main visual of their advertisement. This required some students to think of a new slogan that cleverly and creatively connected the product to the artwork. View Gallery

Emphasis Photos 2011

After selecting photos, students converted them into black and white. Using photoshop, and their own keen eyes, students carefully painted color back into the photos to emphasize the subject. Check the gallery out.

Library Desktop Design Gallery

See more designs from the ER Library Desktop Design Challenge, including the winners on the Library’s website. These designs are also posted in the library’s display case.

Art in the Streets

From Moca.org: Art in the Streets is the first major U.S. museum survey of graffiti and street art. Curated by MOCA Director Jeffrey Deitch and Associate Curators Roger Gastman and Aaron Rose, the exhibition will trace the development of graffiti and street art from the 1970s to the global movement it has become today, concentrating […]

Art Ads – Fall 2010-2011

Students in Digital Imaging 1A designed a one-page print advertisement that demonstrated an understanding of Visual Hierarchy. They also needed to use a famous artwork as the main visual in their advertisement. This required some students to think of a new slogan that cleverly and creatively connected the product to the artwork. View gallery.

Digital Collages – Fall 2010

Students in Digital Imaging 1A designed digital collages using Photoshop. Students needed to design three collages that demonstrated symmetrical, asymmetrical, and radial balance. The students also designed the collages according to three themes: 1. Me: Past, Present, Future   2. Inspiration  3. Open Theme