Prairie Trace Elementary is the featured Carmel-Clay Elementry School for the month of March.
World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery Rachelle Rodriguez, Carmel Elementary‘s art teacher. inspired her art students with the theme of “There is An Artist in All of the United States.” She has taught Art for 18 years and is currently in her 6th year at Carmel Elementary. Rachelle uses the Disciplined Based
“World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery” In January the Carmel Arts Council is featuring the student art of College Wood Elementary. The College Wood Elementary teacher is Brooke Roth. You can see the entire exhibit on our Flickr gallery page. Second Room Gallery Throughout January the Carmel Arts Council will feature
The students of Smoky Row Elementary school have created an exhibition celebrating the work of Georgia O'Keefe in support of the O’Keeffe exhibit at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Scott Barajas is in his 18th year teaching elementary art education and the past 8 years at Mohawk Trails Elementary School. In support of the upcoming Georgia O'Keeffe exhibit at the Indianapolis Museum of Art Scott had each grade level create a work inspired by the art of O'Keeffe.
Kate Ristow, the Cherry Tree Elementary Art teacher has been teaching Art for 10 years in the Carmel Clay School System. Kate began teaching Art classes at Carmel High School and in 2012 moved to Cherry Tree Elementary. While at CHS, Kate taught beginning, intermediate and advanced drawing as well
Periodically, the Carmel Arts Council will feature work from members of our High School Division Art. In May, we’re proud to present Alex Mikev’s work in the Children’s Art Gallery on Main Street. Artist Statement Up to this point, I have always created art with the goal of emotionally connecting
Hello. My name is Sarah Zadny and I am the art teacher at Forest Dale Elementary. This is my second year at FDE and I am so excited to be here. I am originally from Michigan and have taught art in several other states. I am a graduate of Kendall College
The Carmel Arts Council is expanding its educational role in the community by inviting recent Carmel High School graduates Ariana Nunes and Leo Biette to curate a Carmel High School art exhibition in the World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery. Their exhibition, titled “Through the Eyes of Art: the Contemporary Perception of How