Students work with the principal and matron to learn Igbo cultural dances to be performed on the day of the sports competition.
Students work on writing artist statements about their work. They will explain what their painting is about, where they got their inspiration from, and list at least 5 facts about an artist that influenced their work.
Excitement rises as the school sports competition gets closer and closer. Students encourage and motivate one another with good sportsmanship in all upcoming events.
Students worked to create batons made out of PVC pipes painted with bright car paint for their relays in the upcoming sports competition.
Students proudly display their paintings at the end of a three day art intensive workshop.
Students used Acrylic paint, oil and chalk pastels to complete a painting of their choice during the three day workshop.
After touring the museum students had time to sketch several sculptures that interested them.
Students line up as they prepare for a guided tour through the collection of traditional Esie Art. The largest collection of soapstone sculptures in Sub-Saharan Africa. Students had time to sketch one figure that caught their attention.
Students during the two day workshop are introduced to local clay. They practice making king and queen sculptures.
Students use a combination of rice, beans, and colored beads to create their own Mosaics.