Flags in 40mins

Our first introductory creative task for grades 6,7, and 8, this year, was to create a flag. On the front of the flag the students could sketch, collage, or paint anything they wanted. While on the back the grade 6 and 7 students wrote: what they were looking forward to the most in art this... Continue Reading →

An Incredible ART PARTY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KfRZ8HExwk&t=152s Two weeks ago we had our annual art exhibition and party, and it was HUGE. We had over 20 student-run art workshops and the whole SSIS community was invited to participate! As you can see by these photos we had an awesome attendance, and people of all ages and art experience were participating. ART... Continue Reading →

ENDANGERMALIA RAISED $850 USD

GREAT news: 'Endangermalia—Before It’s Too Late', our book which was researched, written and illustrated by grade 8 art students at SSIS, in collaboration with Commack Middle School, NY raised a whopping $600.00! These profits were gained from donations during our art party last week and from book sales. Plus the profits from our online store which brings... Continue Reading →

PLEASE Purchase Our Book, G8

OUR SHOP IS OPEN AND WE NEED YOUR HELP.......PLEASE. http://www.lulu.com/shop/saigon-south-international-school-and-commack-middle-school/endangermalia-before-its-too-late/hardcover/product-22990464.html The grade 8 art students have been working very hard, over the last 14 weeks on a collaboration with Commack Middle School, New York. They also connected with an author/illustrator from Australia, Graeme Base. "It is wonderful to see the many ways ‘Animalia' has touched people... Continue Reading →

G6 Collaboration With China

From Vietnam My students have done it! They successfully completed their sculptures and shared their work with the students in China. For more details about the collaboration you can read this post: http://tinyurl.com/gnk2v43 We swapped oil pastel "negative space" drawings with Yew Chung International School (YCIS). The drawings we received needed to be turned into beautiful sculptures... Continue Reading →

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