WELCOME TO OUR INSIDE/OUTSIDE PAGE
Congratulations to all the teachers and students who participated and shared their work in our 4th installment of Inside/Outside.
In lieu of our annual reception we are sharing our
electronic exhibit and comment book here.
LEAVE YOUR THOUGHTS AND REFLECTIONS FOR OUR STUDENTS
INSIDE OUTSIDE: YOUNG ARTISTS
UNITE AGAINST BULLYING PART IV
NYC Art Teachers Association/UFT
in collaboration with
COPENYC, UFT'S BRAVE PROGRAM,
and OPERATION RESPECT 2020 UPDATE:
For more information contact exhibit coordinator
Joan L. Davidson at email@example.com
The goal of the project is for students to share their concerns about bullying in a visual form. We hope this exhibit of student
work will result in the artists and viewers gaining new insight. Identifying and understanding a problem is the first step in finding a solution.
Students are encouraged to create images that share their feelings about bullying and intolerance - All types of visual solutions to the problems are welcome. Work can be in any genre or media - realistic, figurative, symbolic or abstract. Words can be included in the image. Key words can be but are not limited to: fear, alone, pain, empathy, rage, anger, thrill, hope, self-esteem, tolerance, strength, identity.
OPEN FREE 26 PAGE TEACHER RESOURCE AND LESSON GUIDE HERE.