Georgetown artists wrapped up the school year with some pretty cool projects inspired by our study of African art and culture. Before the summer slides away….here are a few of our favorites.
Fifth Grade African animal drawings on indigo dyed backgrounds with chalk Andikra symbols. Fifth graders got to select any African animal they wanted to draw, so this project was a hit!
Second grade tropical birds – plus a color and pattern review.
First grade printed and colored Kente Cloth with some toothy crocodiles lounging on top.
Fourth grade model magic African amulets painted with metallic paint.
Third grade jazzy African zebras with printed borders.
Kindergarten African zebras. Color, pattern, and cuteness – these fun zebras have it all!