If you remember the little books that Ms. O'Leary's Studio Art students produced a few weeks back, we've got another batch for you. Sit back and enjoy these short 30 second clips that represent different students' takes on the past few months since the start of quarantine. https://youtu.be/Q6_Ok4BIaOc Christina Lee https://youtu.be/fUxX1SiwsYE Riley Avina https://youtu.be/QSccrPjkk-Y Stella Parker 4 more coming soon! Stay tuned!
If you want a combination of useful tips and some stunning digital art, then this is the post for you. Jonathan Han '22, an Advanced Art student, has produced some amazing drawings as part of the Corona Diaries project that you will all enjoy. https://youtu.be/dIxg4Bou6Ig
In the next few Quad Drops, you'll be able to see some amazing work that Advanced Art students put together to represent the months they spent in quarantine. Stay tuned for the upcoming parts! https://youtu.be/C8RznmAhfjU Selma O'Malley https://youtu.be/utv2DcpVNcs Kayla Schmidt https://youtu.be/5nCebQ524hI Grace Duncanson https://youtu.be/cz-gfjFMGa0 Soleil Repple
In this project, a special cadre of first-year students studying Digital Art explored the "psychology of color" using simple vector shapes. The results show a wide range of personal styles and voices. How do these color designs affect your thoughts, feelings and perceptions? Teo Casares Timmy Donatelli Warren Hsiao Colin Johnson Ethan Liu Andrea Martinez Jack Stevens Manuel Suarez Claire Yansouni
In this project, Digital Art & Design students explored creative color dynamics using simple vector shapes. The results show a wide range of personal styles and voices. How do the color expressions of each piece feel to you? Dena Aalaei Manuel Fuentes Lauren Hall Kai Lockton Zara Lokuge Tynan Macaluso Jackson Moroney Kieran Parker Carter Sun Nicholas Zamboldi
a multi-disciplinary visual and performing arts exhibition Gallery pages are stored on Google Drive and accessible to those with an SHS gmail account. So make sure to login to your Sacred Heart gmail account. Then click on the 'portal image' below to start exploring the online galleries.
Welcome! It’s been a big year of exploration for all Filmmaking students, partly because the creative medium of filmmaking itself is BIG. From pre-visualizing a film idea, to planning and completing a shoot, to the time spent editing — filmmaking involves innumerable creative choices. The 12 categories chosen by students in class reflect the many kinds of films explored this year, as well as different aspects of the filmmaking process. To be nominated for an award is itself an important honor. Here you can enjoy short films by runners-up, category award winners, and honorable mentions. 1) The nominees for Best…