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T.H. Harris Middle School “Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry” Projects

Eighth Grade Photo Stories Eighth grade students created a virtual exhibition of works from The Ogden’s collection, using works which illuminate and/or illustrate the world of “Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry”. The virtual exhibition includes “curatorial commentary,” that is, explanations of how the art relates to the book. [wpvideo mPGY1hFJ][wpvideo GQFqtslK] Seventh Grade Online Books Seventh grade students, having seen works in the museum that illuminate the world of Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry, selected a quotation from the novel and illustrated that quotation by creating a silhouette. The silhouettes with quotations have been compiled into an online book.

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Thibodeaux Elementary Artist and Sense of Place

Thibodeaux Student Artwork

More Student artwork: http://bit.ly/e8JSRw Students at Thibodeaux Elementary created this documentary about their project.[wpvideo G9fVe4Id]

Audubon Elementary Creates Podcasts About Louisiana Artists

 

Audubon students visit The Ogden

Fifth grade students from Audubon Elementary visited The Ogden in January to view ten works of art by different Louisiana artists. The students carefully looked at the works of art, asked questions, and took notes.  When they returned to school, they continued their research on the internet of the various art works and artists. The students then wrote podcast scripts, which included a description of the art, information about the artist, history of the artwork, and a personal reaction to the art.

Audubon Elementary Podcasts

Uptown Street, Lulu King Saxon

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/lulu-king-saxon.mp3]

Cotton to Gin, Clementine Hunter

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/clementine-hunter.mp3]

The Verge, Errol Barron

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/errol-barron.mp3]

View from the Prairie, Elemore Morgan Jr.

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/elmore-morgan-jr.mp3]

From Vine to Vein, Jacqueline Bishop

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/jaqueline-bishop.mp3]

Rocking Horse, Shawne Major

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/shawne-major.mp3]

Makin' of a Melody, Jeffrey Cook

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/jeffrey-cook.mp3]

Frog Pond/Side Yard, Gina Phillips

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/gina-phillips.mp3]

Hurricane on the Bayou, Gene Koss

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/gene-koss.mp3]

 

Pat Taylor Science and Technology Academy

Virtual Gallery and Day With an Artist

Pat Taylor art and journalism students worked in collaboration to create a virtual gallery, student artwork, and a short documentary about the project. Art students created a virtual gallery by selecting works from The Ogden’s online collection. The students recorded their impressions of the work as podcasts. The students visited the museum for a tour where art students participated in a workshop with local artist Gina Phillips while the journalism students created a documentary about the project.

Pat Taylor Students Visit The Ogden

Pat Taylor Student Art Work

 

Virtual Gallery Podcasts

Geisha, Pinkney Herbert

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/geisha-solomon.mp3]

Through a Frame of Grille, Euguene A. Delcroix

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/through-a-frame-of-grille-valerie-ruiz.mp3]

Sunset on St. John's River, George Herbert McCord

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/sunset-on-st-johns-river-zerhow-chan.mp3]

Dancing Figures, Paul Ninas

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/dancing-figures-michelle-tran.mp3]

Abstract Mississippi River, Will Henry Stevens

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/abstract-mississippi-river-josh-daniel-florida.mp3]

Dancers of Delphi #2, Pat Trivigno

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/dancers-of-delphi-jennifer-nguyen.mp3]

Untitled, Porfirio Salinas

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/untitled-salnias-porfirio-sierra-torres.mp3]

Sam and I, Reed Elliot

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/sam-and-i-jasmyn-hall.mp3]

Cypress Swamp, Texas, Florence McClung

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/cypress-swamp-texas-lee-montgomery.mp3]

Mamou Louisiana, Debbie Fleming Caffery

[audio http://ogdenmuseum.org/blogs/education/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/mamou-louisiana-brittany-ranson.mp3]

Pat Taylor Journalism Student Video

[wpvideo CjGTkQiG]

Artists and Sense of Place at Ella Dolhonde Elementary

Fifth graders created this documentary, which won a prize at the LACUE (Louisiana Association of Computer Using Educators) video contest in the K-5 artistic category.

[wpvideo n9nViUnH]

Artists and Sense of Place at Matas Elementary

Students at Matas Elementary created this documentary about their project.[wpvideo 4VXFunFI]