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The Intersections Project: Nadia Hassan

  GRAPHIC DESIGN AND ART I: PATTERN MAKING PURPOSE: To create patterns with shapes and realize the pattern as a print. MATERIALS: Small rollers (found in craft stores with children’s art making supplies), acrylic paint, sticky-backed...

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“About This Project” Video – Atkins High School

Artist Kiel Johnson engineers whimsical and functional sculptures like oversized printing presses and armies of futuristic art-bots from humble materials such as cardboard. His inventive works of art will be on view in SECCA’s paperless...

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ArtBot – Lesson Plan

Lesson Title: ArtBots – Using the Design Process to Create 3d Models from a Thumbnail Sketches Unit Name: Intersections Between Art, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Primary Participants: Scientific Visualization, Art Secondary...

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Influences, Inspirations and Evolving with Oscar Muñoz

Course Title: IB Art Instructor: Melissa Moore, Visual Art Instructor, Parkland High School Foundation for Arts Integration: The artwork of Oscar Muñoz In March 2011, SECCA partnered with Parkland High School to develop a residency inspired...

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The Intersections Project – PSA

Check out the official PSA for The Intersections Project Now!  

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Mary Mattingly Lesson Plan

Floating Wetlands Lesson Plan Inspired by the environmentally conscious artwork of Mary Mattingly featured in SECCA’s Collective Actions exhibition,...

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Project Description w/ Johannes VanDerBeek

The Reagan High School residency will focus on completing a large scale wall relief measuring approximately 8 feet tall by 10 feet wide that...

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About SECCA

Mission Statement The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art seeks to enhance perspectives, inspire community and ignite new ideas at the intersection...

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