The students in Creative Co/Lab are fast approaching the date of their art exhibition and have begun working on ideas for their projects.
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As enrollment for next year rolls around, students may come across classes on the list they’ve never heard of. Four students enrolled in unique classes share their classroom experiences and the real-world knowledge they’ve gained.
Staffer Lauren Cole talks to senior Fannie Berlau about her artwork.
Staffer Lauren Cole sat down with Teacher Adam Finkelston to share in his love for art.
Inspired by tattoo artists and Hindu architecture, senior Josh Goering creates intricate ceramic designs.
Junior Annie Dreyer is inspired by fashion and art to create her blog, The Lost Angeles, which showcases her artwork and style perspective.
The Freelancer will begin meetings soon to create their literary magazine for the year. Senior co-editors Mae Heitmann and Hannah Swanson hope to increase awareness and participation this year.
At the Shawnee Mission District Art Show, East art students won numerous awards for paintings, drawings and other pieces of art.
Students’ art from the River Project, which emphasizes collaboration and variety, will be showcased to the public in May.
Senior Joe Frazell has been drawing his whole life and enjoys giving his pictures to friends.
The River Project was designed by Adam Finkelston, the AP/IB studio art teacher, to benefit a cause, The Healthy Rivers Partenership, and at the same time give artisists a unique opportunity to share and collaborate projects they began last spring.
This year ceramic lovers have made an official club, the Ceramics Club. Seniors Christian Hammond and Anna Karnowski found a sponsor and set a time for their biweekly meetings.