Welcome to the Art Room!
The sculpture room is a comfortable, safe environment where students are encouraged to use their imagination and discovery their own individuality and creativity!
Please feel free to reach me with any questions, concerns or comments!
Ceramics & Sculpture info
for the 2021-2022 school year
Use the correct code below to join our Google Classroom.Please be sure to join the correct Google classroom period and dayQuarter 1 & 2:
DAY 1:Period 1 Day 1 - 7th Grade Ceramics: lcrwnnyPeriod 3 Day 1 - 8th Grade Sculpture: uydkcyfPeriod 5 Day 1 - 6th Grade Ceramics: oi7yiqtPeriod 6 Day 1 - 8th Grade Honors Ceramics: k2xegwcPeriod 7 Day 1 - 8th Grade Sculpture: nw5h6c6DAY 2:Period 1 Day 2 - 7th Grade Ceramics: ggnzjg2Period 2 Day 2 - 6th Grade Ceramics: nulisfrPeriod 5 Day 2 - 7th Grade Honors Ceramics: 3khgz3xPeriod 6 Day 2 - 7th Grade Ceramics: lfh6zadPeriod 7 Day 2 - 8th Grade Sculpture: 6tp6vieBecause this is an art class, we will be working with hands on materials and will not be using Google Classroom on a regular basis. We will only be using Google Classroom if we move to 100% virtual. Please join our classroom just in case we go virtual this year.
(See the link below for instructions on how to join our Google Meet)
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:Will we be working with clay this year?Unfortunately this year with the COVID restrictions in place, we will not be working with clay. Since we do not have access to our normal supplies, we will be working with alternative art materials.What supplies to we need?What if I have a question, how do I contact you?You can email me at Lvonbergen@peekskillcsd.org or you may write to me through Google Classroom.What if I don't draw very well?That's okay! As I always say in class, I am NOT expecting your work to look like amazing masterpieces...I only expect you to TRY YOUR BEST, put EFFORT into your art and HAVE FUN! Remember, when you submit a drawing, I am the only one that will see your work.How do I hand in my assignment?All of your work will be turned in in person.If we go virtual for a COVID shut down, you will take a picture of your work and submit it through Google Classroom (see below)Once in our Google Classroom click on the Classwork tab
Click on the assignment you want to viewThen click the following buttons;
+ Add or create
InsertImageCamera (Take a picture of your drawing)
Turn inWhat if I am having trouble uploading a picture to Google Classroom?If you're having trouble uploading the picture directly though Google Classroom, try one of the following ways;1. Attach a Google DocOpen a Google Document and insert the image into the document. Then attach the document through Google Classroom or share it with me via Google Docs.2. Email me a photo of your drawingEmail the photo directly to me. Just be sure to include your full name, class period and day, and tell me what assignment your drawing is for.If you're still having trouble, please let me know exactly what the issue is so I can try and help you.