NMHS artists, musicians keep busy
Published 4:38 pm, Wednesday, October 16, 2013
The New Milford High School art and music departments have been keeping a full calendar with their activities.
Junior Zoe Miolla has been named the first emerging artist of this school year.
Her artwork is featured this month in the school's art showcase.
Zoe has been recognized for her outstanding effort in many art classes, as she works toward a cohesive body of work for the senior art show.
The New Milford High School marching band and color guard hosted a home competition Sept. 28. For photographs, visit www.newmilfordspectrum.com.
Learn, then teach
Leather hard tiles were incised with a self-portrait and then decorated with underglazes in the style of Andy Warhol.
The technique may be introduced to ceramics classes.
Marcus also participated in a Turkish paper marbling workshop at the Village Center for the Arts in New Milford.
The workshop featured techniques dating back as far as the 16th century.
Marcus produced several marbled pieces, which may be introduced to her crafts class.
In August, Marian and Marcus took part in a show at the Jewish Community Center in Sherman.
Since June, the art department has been working on 40 centerpieces for the MVP-SOS dinner scheduled for Oct. 26.
Carol Kelley's design foundation students will arrange the flowers, with teapot and garden insect ornaments made by crafts, ceramics 2 and Kristi Soucie's sculpture classes.