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The street art club of the creative expressions program has hosted special guest artists, “Dope” and Alejandro the past two Saturday sessions in our practice space at the back of the Escuelita. In preparation of an upcoming large scale mural, … Continue reading
On Thursday afternoons, the 6th grade girls have found a new way to shake off the daily grind by participating in a girls only club held in the Creative Expressions room and lead by Art teacher Sami Dardas. While the … Continue reading
On February 22nd, the creative expression program collaborated with the group Mad4Kids from the United States. We partnered the group up with 2 classes to wrap up our month of Love (the monthly value of February). The younger 3rd grade … Continue reading
February is always the month of love at Camino Seguro, especially in the Creative Expression room. We initiated this years afternoon values based art and music program with activities surrounding the theme of love. The older afternoon students made 3-D … Continue reading
The street art club has begun a collaborative effort with the moms of Creamos, a handmade jewelry company affiliated with Camino Seguro. The moms have begun expanding their business to also include retail object such as hand-sewn tee shirts and … Continue reading
The saturday street art club, led by art teacher Sami Dardas, ended the year with a collaborative project. Always wanting to make their own pieces, the students were pushed to work together and learn how to mesh multiple types of … Continue reading
This year, during the month of November, the creative expression program is making Zines with the older morning students. Zines are underground magazines that can be made with very little materials and be copied and distributed easily. Through art and … Continue reading
The younger students made peace necklaces during Octobers month of Peace while the older students finished out the month with their favorite activity: grafitti letters!
October was the month of Peace at Camino Seguro and we celebrated it with mandalas in the Creative Expression room. Mandalas represent internal balance. Each student was given the opportunity to look for their own inner balance and inner peace.