Art Shows and Art Happenings: 2017-2108
August 29th: High School Art Club Meeting: During high school lunch in room 132. Junior High Art Club Meeting: After school from 3:15-4:15 in room 132
September 24th: Jr. High and High School Art Club: Booth at Art in the Park hosted by Northern Valley Art League.
October 12th: AP and HONORS: U-PREP
ART Show Opening at Vintage. Show will be up until Dec 2017.Click for more info:
October 27th: Junior High and High School Art: Club Carnival with ASB
November 8Th: All art students and Ms. Wilhelm’s Art: ARTs Alive at SCOE: Show will be up until December 2017.
November 13th: All art students: California Upland Game Bird Stamp Art Contest: Entries will be accepted until December 4th.
January TBD: Art I: Famous Artist Student Art Show: Open to Art K-8: Entries Due Jan 4th.
January 29th: AP and HONORS: Art in the City Opening. Show will be up until May.
February 2nd: All art students: HeART Art Show at Sweetspot. Show will be up until March 4th.
February TBD: All art students: Celebration of the Arts at U-PREP. One day only!
March TBD: Art I and Art II: Middle School Juried Art Show (6th-8th) at Shasta County Arts Council. Show will be up for 3 weeks.
April TBD: Art II- AP: High School Juried Art Show (9th-12th) at Shasta County Arts Council. Show will be up for 3 weeks.
April 8th-14th: Open to ALL STUDENTS: Crime Victims’ Rights Week Art Show TBD. Show will be up for 3 weeks.
May 1st: High School Art Students: Annual High School Congressional Art Competition. Winners work goes to Washington DC.
June TBD: Open to ALL STUDENTS: Whiskeytown Paint Off. Put on by the Friends of Whiskeytown. Plein Air Competition. Open to all ages. 18 and under free and 19 and over $25 entry fee.
***Please note: Additional art happenings may be added to this schedule.
Philosophy for Arts Education
Art is a subject which can allow a student to innovatively explore artistic perception, creative expression, historical/cultural content, aesthetic valuing as well as connections, relations and application. I believe with art education students will be able to use the creative tools learned in the exploration of arts and use these tools to develop better understanding and knowledge in other curriculum. Art is creation, innovation and knowledge which may allow an individual to explore the world.
Mission Statement for Arts Education
Within the guidelines of State and National Arts Education Standards, it is my mission to create a safe learning environment for creative student learning while promoting self expression, self confidence and lifelong learning through the exploration of arts.
My personal goal is to pursue higher education to increase my knowledge and comprehension for arts education and the positive effects it has on students. It is my goal to create art curriculum which is based upon lifelong learning while using the arts as a tool to cross over to other subjects taught in Junior High and High School.
Collaborative Art Provided by 2016-2017 AP Art students
Collaborative Art Provided by U-Prep 2015-2016 AP Art and Art Students
Collaborative Art Provided by U-Prep 2014-2015 AP Art Students
Collaborative Art Provided by U-Prep 2013-2014 Senior Art Students
Collaborative Art Provided by U-Prep 2012-2013 Senior Art Students