Students in Preschool thru 8th grade will create a one-of-a-kind piece for the highest bidder to take home.
Artwork will be displayed at Together as One, bidding starting at $50.
Thank you to Ms. Ashley Smith who devoted her talents and time to bringing these classroom collaborative art projects to fruition.
These students studied artists’ works of fish. Inspired by these artists, first graders made a watercolor fish to swim in a bowl with all the other fishies!
Norman Rockwell’s Freedom from Want inspired these young artists! While learning about the concept of perspective, the students drew portraits of themselves. They then ‘gathered’ around a communal table created by the class.
Third graders at Audubon are studying all about Chicago in their homerooms. Carrying that topic into art class, each student made a Chicago house to place in a village within the city!
Third graders at Audubon are studying our great city of Chicago. Each student crafted an iconic city building and, placing them together, created a beautiful city skyline!
Fourth graders at Audubon learn about US history. In art, they studied artists who paint about America. Each student selected a state, painted it, and gathered together to create a beautiful patchwork of our diverse nation.
Fourth graders at Audubon learn about US history. In art, they studied artists who paint about America. In this class each student painted a part of the American flag and students pieced it together to create a beautiful work of art.
Students in 5th Grade each drew a picture of themselves and then placed it around a class created Earth.
Friends of Audubon (FoA or Friends) is a 501(c)3, all-volunteer, parent-run organization that was established in 2006 for the sole purpose of raising money to support Audubon School. Audubon parents provide the majority of donations received by Friends; however, Audubon is lucky enough to have amazing community support that is very generous to Friends.
Friends of Audubon raises money that is spent at the discretion of the Local School Council (LSC) on teaching and support staff, school-wide music and art instruction, technology equipment, software, and improvements to Audubon’s building and campus.