The school's advanced visual art students took to the upper school courtyard to spend the day creating chalk art and ceramic pieces.
Art students at The First Academy spent that day out in the upper school courtyard to celebrate creativity and art with the 8th Annual Raku firing and 3rd Annual Street-painting Friday, Feb. 26.
For the entirety of the school day the school's advanced visual art students enjoyed a sunny day, with 2D students creating colorful chalk masterpieces on the sidewalk that featured animals, as well as a copy of Edvard Munch's "The Scream." Just a few feet away 3D-based students fired up the school's kiln — nicknamed "Exodus" — to fire ceramic pieces — mostly bowls and cups — in the ancient Japanese ceramic process called Raku Firing.
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