Thursday, December 8, 2011
Today you can buy a piece of artwork from a local artist or learn how to help your elementary school students read to succeed.
Our weekday morning column, 5 Things You Need to Know, provides you with information that can help you plan your day and give you some fodder for water cooler conversations. 1. The Cultural Arts Alliance Member Show starts today. The show is open twice daily (10 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.) and features work from local artists that would make great holiday gifts. The Cultural Arts Alliance is on Hayden Rowe Street . 2. The Hopkins School Council is holding a parent workshop tonight at 6:30 about the Read to Succeed Program. The workshop will be led by Ida Carreira King and will give parents of young students the opportunity to learn how to help them succeed. 3. The Faith Community Church will hold a seminar today at 9:15 a.m. …
Friday, June 3, 2011
Beautiful paintings line the gym walls as excited crowds of parents and children shop for books.
Thursday after school into early evening, crowds of children and parents checked out the Book Fair at Center School. Children in the first grade also had paintings displayed on the walls around the Book Fair. The paintings were on the themes of carnivals, summer and fun, art teacher Stacery Avril said - ther same them as the book fair. Avril teaches first-grade art. She said the techniques she emphasized with her classes is brining the blue sky all the way down to the ground and details, details, details! "If there's one thing I hope they learn it's to get details into their paintings," she said,
Thursday, May 5, 2011
Important chance to have your say on regional development and transportation needs Monday evening at the Planning Board when representatives from regional state group visit..
1. An exhibit of works by students in the Hopkinton High School Art program begins this evening, Thursday, May 5, from 6:30 to 7:30 in the High School atrium. Cellist Pablo Casals said, "The truly important things in life – love, beauty, and one's own uniqueness – are constantly being overlooked." The Hopkinton High School Art Department and Beth Balliro of Mass. College of Art & Design assembled this collection which includes works produced by hand, computerized art, digital and darkroom photography, ceramics, sculpture, and designs from Graphic Design and Fashion/Textiles students. The 2011 Hop- Art catalog will be available. The exhibit will continue at the high school until May 12. 2. MAPC (Metropolitan Area Planning Council) …
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Incredible art show at the high school next week showcases work of students in a wide variety of mediums you won't see outside of a museum.
1. Some of the 600 students in the Hopkinton High School Art Program will kick off an exhibit of their works at a reception on Thursday, May 5, from 6:30 to 7:30 in the Hopkinton High School Atrium. The Art Department has assembled a diverse collection, ranging from Boston Globe Scholastic Art Award winners, to works by first year-art students. Works were chosen by guest juror, Beth Balliro, Assistant Professor of Art Education at the Massachusetts College of Art & Design. The art will include works produced by hand, computerized art, digital and darkroom photography, ceramics, sculpture, and designs from Graphic Design and Fashion/Textiles students. The 2011 Hop- Art catalog will be distributed at the reception. The exhibit will …