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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
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.
This year the dance club was invited to present at San Carlos University during their, ¨Art Against Violence¨festival. Shannon Moyle, the dance club teacher, along with 12 kids presented two dances in front of hundreds of college students. As we … Continue reading
On September 28th, the Creative Expression program closed out this years morning program with a grand final presentation here at Safe Passage. This year, we have been working with the theme Imagination versus Reality. In each class, we discussed what … Continue reading
Saturday, August 4th was a morning filled with joy in the park Nuevo Amanecer, a location that connects multiple communities that we work with in Zone 3. This year, the Creative Expression Program hosted an Imagination fair that brought families … Continue reading
July represented the month of strength here in the Creative Expression room. We focused on how to use art to expose our inner strengths and confidence. The 4th, 5th, and 6th graders all had the opportunity to create their very … Continue reading
The month of June was heavily focused on teaching the afternoon classes about collaborative street art. We started the month out with an informative slide show about Guatemalan and International street artists and the ways multiple artists collaborate to create … Continue reading