It seems they are always on the bottom of my to do list and when I do find the time, I often struggle with what I want to display. I wonder how many of you feel the same?
I am hoping this page will eventually become a go to page for my fellow art teachers that are in need of an idea. Most of my bulletin boards are inspired by others that I have seen elsewhere. I hope that some of you may come across a few that are new to you or at least inspire you to put your own twist on things. Happy Bulletin Board Making!
|This Keith Haring inspired design ties in with our school theme.|
|A Blue Dog Word Wall to display all the wonderful art vocabulary we will be hearing and learning about this year.|
|I created this board knowing that I will be receiving lots of at home made drawings. I thought this might be a great place to display all that extra practice.|
|Elements of Art|
|Georgia O'Keeffe Flower Quilt|
|Famous Artist Around the World that we study throughout the school year.|
|Keith Haring Showcase Display|
Haring 3-D Action Figures and Moving with Haring
|Prehistoric Art Display and Fall Autumn Display Combined|
Top shelf: Prehistoric Rock Paintings and Cave Art Drawings
Bottom Shelf: Autumn Tree Drawings and Ceramic Leaf Sculptures
|My goal for this bulletin board this year is to update it every month with dates of birthdays of famous artists.|
|Saw a board similar to this on Pintrest, but had to put my own spin on it. Match the Artist to the Snowman. The artists I used were Piet Mondrian, Keith Haring, Edvard Munch, and Pablo Picasso.|
|I used this bulletin board at parent teacher conference time. It has a mini summary next to each set of hands listing the projects completed for the quarter so far and what upcoming projects to expect next.|