Earlier this week, students in Ms. Dolan's Ceramics/Sculpture 2 class visited the nationally-recognized Clay Art Center in Port Chester, NY. They viewed the gallery space, learned about various Ceramic artists, and enjoyed a behind-the-scenes tour of the kilns, glaze rooms, educational spaces, and artist-in-residence studios. They will return in January with their own works in hand ready for Raku firing, an ancient Japanese ceramics technique that results in a unique, colorful finish.
Using 3D printers in the Makerspace, students designed a prototype named Springles.
Michael will play Division 1 football this fall at Brown University.
Jordyn averaged 19.3 points, 3.7 rebounds, and 2.3 assists over the past three games for the Wildcats.
Mr. Friedman’s social studies students depicted their names in hieroglyphics.
Raku is an ancient Japanese ceramics technique that results in a unique, colorful finish. It requires intricate teamwork.