Today, we present three online apps for arting. You can use these free apps for digital painting, drawing, photo-manipulating and all sorts of digital art making. They're not too difficult to use and the best part, if you mess up, you can undo by hitting Ctrl Z!
You can watch the video above to view all the apps at once or you can click on the videos below to watch each demo separately.
The Wednesday artist of the week is Hirotoshi Itoh. Hirotoshi Itoh is a Japanese sculptor. He is a true magician: from basic stones, he is able to create all kinds of objects, ranging from a purse to food, from a t-shirt to a deck of cards. A total and unsettling illusion. The stones come alive in a surprising yet humorist manner. He found his signature in the zipper, as it gives depth and resonance to his treasures.
Click here to watch a short video of his work!
Everyone likes to take photographs. What would you say if i told you that you could learn how to take better photographs by learning one simple trick? Today, we are posting a short video that can help improve the composition of your photographs. Its quick, easy and really works! Check out the video above!
Once you have watched the video, you'll want to try out your new found photography knowledge. The following is a list of photography ideas to get you started. Don't forget to share your photos on Sutori or Seesaw.
OK my art friends, we're home for a few weeks. You might be thinking, how can I make art if I'm not in my wonderful school studio? Well, fear not. Your crack team of art educators here at the Art of South B is hard at work, putting together a list of ways you can art at home using stuff you probably already have in your house!
Take a look at the project ideas below. There are even more ideas listed on our Pinterest board, Art at Home. Be inspired, create art and then post what you create to Seesaw or Sutori. It will be exciting to share what everyone did when we return.
For even more inspiration, check out the Art Portal!
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Teaching for Artistic Behavior (TAB) is a student-directed art education pedagogy that directs students to think and work as artists.
Making Artists picks up where The Open Art Room left off, covering issues and situations choice teachers encounter as they design their program.
The Open Art Room provides a student-centered approach to art instruction that is inspirational, practical, and classroom-tested.
Click Here to read the March SchoolArts Article, Student-Directed Answers to Five Frequently Ask Questions
Click Here to Read the April SchoolArts Magazine Article Tracking Student Progress with the Burn Book!
Click Here to Read the February SchoolArts Article, Build A Dynamic Art Program with Modular Teaching!