Cedar Park Art Literacy to Explore Kandinsky and Art Deco

Our Art Literacy program at Cedar Park is off to a fantastic start! This year students will learn about the artist Wassiliy Kandinsky and the style of Art Deco.

The students then do an art project during their Humanities class, based on the art lesson which requires no artistic skills in order to participate. 

While we like art for art's sake, we also believe Art Literacy -

  • Teaches students to think creatively and problem solve, both which will help prepare them for the future.

  • Helps students form mental images - an ability chemists, engineers, architects, designers, inventors and others use to think up new ideas.

  • Celebrate many perspectives. Students learn there are many ways to see and interpret the world.

We would love for you to join us! This is a great opportunity to see your student in action at school with only a two hour time commitment. No art experience is needed and it is seriously fun. We hope to schedule our first lessons for the end of October/beginning of November, so be on the lookout for a signup soon.

For more information please contact us at cpms.art.lit@gmail.com.

 Wassily Kandinsky, “Yellow-Red-Blue” (1925), oil on canvas (Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, via  WikiArt )

Wassily Kandinsky, “Yellow-Red-Blue” (1925), oil on canvas (Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, via WikiArt)