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TIS 2013 Art Show a Huge Success

June, 2013
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On 3 June, Tianjin International School (TIS) held its annual Art Show showcasing the culmination of a year’s outstanding works in a variety of visual art disciplines. Many people came to enjoy live jazz music and appreciate the unique and exquisite works. The Art Show presented student artworks from kindergarten through to high school. One brilliant project was “Little Monsters.” Early Childhood Children (ECC) used crayons to draw a monster and high school painting class students used the ECC collection to “upgrade” to an oil painting or pointillism drawing. Other high school students used the ECC monster to create a 3D ceramic model. There were three categories of artwork, but perfectly united in one theme, bringing fun and joy to this school wide project.

High school photography students displayed the ‘moment-hunter’ talent of students. Several of their works have been selected for nomination in the Tianjin International Photography Expo to be held in July. A collection of watercolor paintings by high school art history students combined traditional Japanese prints with modern objects. People looked at them and commented, “The special combination brings out interesting sparks.” The high school painting and ceramic class has worked hard all year and the culmination of their practice and talent was displayed through vibrant colors and shapes. 

One of the art teachers said, “I think the true meaning of art is, it doesn’t matter how realistically you can draw, because there are many more styles besides realism. Expressing yourself through art, that’s the point.”

 

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