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Robertson School Visual Art Program strives to introduce students to the visual art through exploring the artwork of both Canadian and international artists at the same time as providing an opportunity for students to experience many types of art making. The students experience a variety of media, including clay, paint, plasticine, pastels, and much more. Sculpture, painting, photography, print making, drawing, and appliqué, are just some of the techniques that Robertson School students have an opportunity to explore. While following the curriculum for the visual arts, art projects are integrated into other subjects thus making learning more meaningful.
Mostly, we have fun, get messy, learn something along the way, and in the end have a beautiful art piece.
Peace Banner Project from 2012
Grade 4 students from room 133 (Ms. Kjear) and room 134 (Ms. Zankowski) worked
together with Ms. Beth and Jamie Olivero to create stories of peace with an
Aboriginal perspective. The stories and
art work were printed on a banner which is on proud display in the school