The Virgin Valley Artists Association has teamed up with the Virgin Valley Heritage Museum to offer opportunities for students to reflect on how artists are influenced by history, the landscape, and their personal experiences.
Written lesson plans for all classes will also be accessible to parents on-line. The “at home” lessons give students opportunities to practice their skills in reading, following directions, problem solving and creative thinking. In addition, the “at home” lessons encourage students to learn about the history of the Virgin Valley and famous artists who have overcome diversity. As those lesson plans become available, a link to them will be posted here.
A schedule of the classes is listed below. Students/Parents can pick up registration forms in the gallery or click on the link here.
Printable GSWA Registration Form 2021-2022
For more information, call coordinator, Wendy Douglas at 435-230-4748 or click here to send email to Wendy Douglas.
May 14, 2022: "Roadrunners, Quail and Other Native Birds": Char Lang leads the students in capturing their impressions of native birds.
August 13, 2022: "Desert Animals": Tyler Roylance returns to talk about making artistic impressions of desert animals.
September 10, 2022: "Hummingbirds Seen in Nevada": Char Lang assists students with painting various hummingbirds seen in Virgin Valley neighborhoods.
October 8, 2022: "Buildings and Ghost Towns": Artist Vanessa Temple talks about her trips to Nevada’s ghost towns and leads students in creating ghostly images.
Previous Lesson Plans:
A Study of Henri Matisse
Henri Matisse Lesson Plan
Messages From the Past
Creating Journals Lesson Plan
A Trip to Africa
Endangered Animals Lesson Plan
Patterns in Art and Life
Patterns in Art and Life Lesson Plan
Frida and Her Art
Frida and Her Art Lesson Plan
Southwest Experiences Lesson Plan
These Boots are Made for Walking
These Boots Are Made For Walking Lesson Plan
Tools and Transportation
Tools & Transportation Lesson Plan
Holiday Celebrations Lesson Plan