14th annual APS Art Educators Annual Exhibit
A show of original works created by art instructors from kindergarten through post secondary in the Aurora Public Schools.
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Opening Reception: Friday January 24th. 4:00- 7:30 pm.
artwork by Catherine C. DeCocco
DAVA is located at 1405 Florence St., one block south of Colfax Avenue in the Aurora Cultural Arts District.
The exhibit is free and open to the public from 10 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday or by appointment through February 28th, 2013.
This year, art educators in Aurora Public Schools, will display their own professional artworks, in addition to a charity showcase of small resin works. For the second year in a row the educators will be creating and donating small art works in conjunction with their large-scale pieces. Each of the small works will be coated in resin through a group Professional Development workshop conducted by APS teacher, Thad McCauley. These works will be $40 each; all proceeds raised from this portion of the show will be donated to A.J. Boik’s Memorial Scholarship at Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design. A.J. had graduated from Gateway High School and was planning to attend RMCA+D to study Art Education, but his life was cut short in the Aurora Theater shooting. Please attend the exhibit and consider buying a small work to help support this important memorial scholarship.
For more information email Viviane Le Courtois or call DAVA at 303-367-5886.
Cool + Healthy
Artwork by DAVA youth addressing healthy life choices. Students will communicate important messages through mixed media murals, calli-graffiti and zines inspired by youth culture and Hip Hop.
Opening reception on Friday March 14h from 4 to 7:30 pm
The exhibit runs through April 25th, 2014.
Students’ will include silkscreen, stencil, and relief prints to coincide with the Month of Printmaking in Colorado.
above- mixed media mural by Job Training students ages 11 to 15
DAVA youth present the results of their research into the prevention of substance abuse and wellness through this annual exhibition. Middle and high school students concentrate on the impact of substance abuse and bullying, while elementary school students take on nutrition and exercise. The resulting exhibition is designed to educate the community through the voice of young people.
Middle and high school students learned to open new avenues to expression through a workshop with hip hop performer and writer Jeff Campbell. Combining messaging with mixed media techniques, one group of middle school Job training students researched the new marijuana laws in Colorado. Another section of Job Training focused on physical and psychological changes they go through as teens. Through digitally produced zines, they voice their opinion about peer pressure, discrimination, gender, violence and drugs.
Younger students in DAVA’s Open Studio focused on nutrition and exercise through typography and images on silk screens. They learned about healthy choices they can make daily by trying new things, balancing their plate and staying active. As role models for younger students, advanced students in the Open Studio will combine the silkscreen prints with site specific calli-graffiti on the gallery wall to communicate important messages.