|Welcome to Visual Arts
Teacher Name: Nathan Waterhouse
School Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subjects I Teach: K-5 Visual Art
"The artist has to be something like a whale swimming with his mouth wide open, absorbing everything until he has what he really needs."
Summer Art CampPosted by Nathan Waterhouse at 2/15/2017 4:00:00 PM
Summer Arts Camp for Children
EXPERIENCE ART, DANCE, DRAMA, LITERATURE, MUSIC
__________THE HUES OF LIFE___________
Level I Exploring the Arts Camp
Dance, Drama, Literary Arts, Music, and Visual Arts
Level I Visual Arts Camp
Painting, Collage, Sculpture, Drawing and More . . .
This Class is taught by the Ola Visual Arts Educator, Nathan Waterhouse
Level II Performing Arts Camp
Grades 4 – 8
Dance, Drama, Music
Level ll Visual Arts Camp
Grades 4 - 8
Painting, Photography, Drawing and More . . .
All camps run June 19 – 23, 2017
At McDonough Presbyterian Church
The week camp culminates in a performance and art exhibit
Friday, June 23, 2017 at 7:00 pm
Henry County Performing Arts Center
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Artwork Now on Display!Posted by Nathan Waterhouse at 9/13/2016 7:00:00 AM
Several grade levels are finishing up their first projects. Forty of our First Grader's "Sunset Silhouettes" are the first to be hung for display. These are a must see in person! They have done an amazing job on this project!
First on the WheelPosted by Nathan Waterhouse at 8/22/2016 8:25:00 AM
Last Friday began the Fourth and Fifth grade rotations on the pottery wheel. Eventually, everyone in those grade levels will get a turn, but pictured below were our first four students to throw. They did great, as you can see by their finished vessels.
Starting the Year Off Right!Posted by Nathan Waterhouse at 8/17/2016 7:30:00 PM
Hello Ola! With first day formalities out of the way, we are just about to wrap up our 2nd rotation of art. We have some great things happening! PTO has provided us with our very own Pottery Wheel and I couldn't be more thankful!!! We also borrowed three more from Locust Grove High School. With four wheels on hand, it means all of 4th and 5th grade will have an opportunity to throw a vessel in their upcoming rotations! We've been learning how to use the wheel and create on it so far, but students start creating on Friday. I encourage 4th and 5th grade students to research further on how to throw on the wheel via online sources they find.
Also, our Collaboritive Artwork outside the art room is coming together! Here's a photo of some students working and showing our progress.