Art Club members participate in various opportunities throughout the year. Each year provides different events.
Students work on a mural and other art works throughout the school.
There are also visits to art museums and galleries, art fundraisers, and artistic volunteer work.
Art Club is open to everyone and the meetings are held in the art room at 2:15 on Wednesdays.
Moderator: Margie Metz
Please contact Mrs. Metz for any questions about Art Club at email@example.com
Art Club set up interactive "art week" activities for the last week in March. As a school, every homeroom painted bottles to create a Chihuly sculpture of bottles. In the cafeteria, students helped create a tissue paper mosaic during their lunches. After school, students were invited to different activities in the art room.
Monday: Finger painting!
Tuesday: coloring pages
Wednesday: Princess Diaries balloon and darts painting
Thursday: Bob Ross painting
Through out the school year, students decorate the halls with murals.
~ A tree mosaic made completely out of bottle caps in the science hall way.
~ A mural based on famous novels outside the library
~ A pop art piece in the Seton Café
All students are welcome to participate in the creation of the murals.
Sometimes, art club meetings are paintings with Bob Ross. Students paint along with videos of Bob Ross as he walks them through, step-by-step, how to create beautiful landscape paintings!
Maria Tan learned all about Henna for her senior project, so she shared her knowledge with art club! Members listened to her presentation on the culture of henna and then drew their own.
The Price Hill window painting contest ran through December. Art Club students went out into the community to paint windows of local businesses for the Christmas season! painted a total of 4 windows. They created different Christmas themes for the local community and are excited about their work!
The 45th annual Seton Art show is on Friday, May 5th, from 5-8p.m. in Seton’s commons! The show features Art 4 seniors, AP artists, Art 3, Art 2, Art 1, Photography, and Ceramics students. Please come out and see all of their hard work!