All Oak Hills High School students electing to enroll in an Art and Design Department course will develop an Appreciation of the Arts, Creative Thinking and Problem Solving Skills, Interdisciplinary Connections, Social and Global Awareness, and Career Preparation related to Visual Communication.
The Studio San Giuseppe Art Gallery, at Mount St. Joseph University, is pleased to present an exhibition of recent artworks from talented regional art educators, highlighting their ongoing commitment to the visual arts in the classroom and from their own studios.
The Exhibition will run from March 3rd-April 5th, 2019. Stop by and see the recent works of the following OHHS Art and Design teachers at the Opening Reception Sunday, March 3rd, from 2 – 4 pm :
Congratulations to the 3 OHHS Art and Design students whose art was selected as a High Merit piece for the Fall 2018 Celebrating Art competition and publication! Having a High Merit award means the art was an exceptional piece. Out of thousands of entries received for the Fall 2018 contest, it stood out as being one of the top 5% submitted. Students who have art selected as High Merit work will receive special recognition in the book as it is displayed as a High Merit piece.
Congratulations to the following students:
Megan Rauch from Mrs. Dignan-Cummins Honors Enamels, Mosaics, and Glass class:
Allyson Albertz and Thalia Georges from Ms. Schorsch’s Studio Art AP Drawing class:
Students from the OHHS National Art Honor Society and Ms. Schorsch’s Drawing and Printmaking classes will be exhibiting work at the Cincinnati Art Museum! The Cincinnati Art Museum education staff worked with a committee of teen art enthusiasts to curate an exhibition of artworks addressing the theme of “Music”. Artists were invited to interpret and use their creative voice to address this theme in the media of their choice. The only parameter was that works submitted had to be 2-Dimensional and only 10 inches by 10 inches.
Congratulations to the following students whose work was accepted into the 10×10: Teen Art Expo as a part of the digital sideshow that will play throughout the Expo:
Congratulations to the following students whose work was selected to be physically displayed at the Expo as a part of 100 pieces selected from around the city:
The 10×10 Expo works will be displayed in the Great Hall at the Cincinnati Art Museum from March 19th-March 25th.
Cincinnati Art Museum
953 Eden Park Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45202
The County level PTA Reflections winners have been announced. “Heroes Around Me” is the theme for this year’s PTA Reflections Program which has been bringing the arts to life form more than 10 million students since 1969. Reflections encourages students of all ages to: unleash creative talents and be inspired; express themselves imaginatively in their artwork; experience the fun and joy of making art; tap into critical-thinking skills to create art inspired by the annual theme, and receive positive recognition for their original works of art.
The winning entries have been sent on for further judging at the State level and could advance as far as the state and national level! Congratulations to the following OHHS Art and Design students on their accomplishments:
Ms. Schorsch’s Studio Art AP 2D Design and Drawing students are participating in the Art Academy of Cincinnati’s Artist & Writer in Residence program. The program focuses on the 21st Century Thinking skill of ‘Creativity’ and how to think like an artist. Students have been working with our Artist in Residence, Jay DeFazio, exploring the creative process necessary to developing the Concentration section of their Studio Art AP portfolios. The Concentration of the portfolio focuses on the investigation of a theme which they selected to research and explore through the creation of a body of artwork. Students embarked on the Artist in Residence experience by discussing creativity and brainstorming, participated in group critiques of their works, and recently visited the 2019 Scholastic Art Exhibition at the AAC. At the exhibition, students explore 5 floors of artwork, identified works that impacted them, and crafted letters to the students who created those artworks in various school throughout the Greater Cincinnati area as a means of critical reflection.