Claymation

Multimedia & Technology

Students learned the basic concepts of stop-motion animation. They design their characters, write a script, and create a storyboard to create a unique claymation movie on their own!

Pop Art

Tempera paint & markers

Inspired by Andy Warhol's most iconic works, 32 Campbell's Soup Cans, students created pop art paintings that represent popular culture of the 21st century. 

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Ryder
Hudson
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Jackson
Charlie
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Avery
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Raya
Diya
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Alene
Ava
Kira
Maya
Shayla
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Nicolas
Jocie
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Alexa
Aubrey
Paloma
Jojo
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Charlotte
Zach R.
Nicholas
Jackson
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Pop Art Sculptures

Plaster & acrylic paint

The third grade takes Pop Art to another level with these large-scale food sculptures inspired by Claes Oldenburg. Working in groups, the students used recycled paper to construct these large sculptures. Don't they look delicious? 

One-point Perspective 

Urbanscapes

Permanent markers & watercolor

The second grade students learned to draw with one-point perspective and created these urban cityscapes that reveal their usual hangout spots!  

J.J.
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Avery
Jake
Maya
Jackson
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Alex
Ryder
Will
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Charlie
Kate
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Hudson
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Lila
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Alene
Zach
Nicolas D
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Kira
Jackson
Kayla
Aubrey
Paloma
Sophia
Gabriel
Hudson
Maya S.
Shayla
Ruby
Avery
Ava B.
Alene
Eli
Will S.
Journey
Theodore
Shayla
Simone
Ruby
Ava
Ryder
Alene
Avery
Nicolas A.
Ronan
Raya
Nicolas D.
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Urban Playscapes

Mixed media

After having an LA councilmen visit their classroom they began to consider the necessary steps to creating a public space for their local community and beyond. They first made blueprints of a park they would want to build, them they sculpted their sketches into 3D forms. The final products were sprawling park dioramas that reflected each student's style and vision through architectural elements.