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The Quincy Public Schools Art Department is dedicated to supporting our students and providing quality arts education. As we move to remote learning, teachers have worked diligently to create content across various platforms including Google Classroom, ASPEN emails, videos, recorded lessons, social media, and paper packets. This content strengthens the skills of critical thinking, creative thinking, and visual literacy; all an essential part of a twenty-first-century education that prepares students to be part of a community... (click here to see full message)

Sarah Reichel, Art Department Chair sarahreichel@quincypublicschools.com

Friday, May 15, 2020

AMS Virtual Gallery

Follow this link to see the explore the incredible virtual art gallery Ms. Glynn has created showcasing the artwork of Atlantic Middle School:
https://www.artsteps.com/view/5ebda6ebfb8ccc4a870edec8

Thursday, May 14, 2020

Sneaker Design

What an incredible example of our students' creativity and attention to detail in this original sneaker design prototype by Stephen at Lincoln Hancock! His notes provide us wonderful insight into his critical thinking and creative process.

Self Portraits

Great work by NQHS Art 2 students creating these self-portraits!


Saturday, May 9, 2020

The Ingenuity of Artists

A wonderful story about how artists in Worcester are applying their training, ingenuity and experience in the Arts to help fight the pandemic.

Uplifting Art

To provide a break from bad news, this Artist decided to Illustrate some recent good news stories 

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Outstanding Castle!

An amazing Princess castle created at home by Penelope, a student at Lincoln Hancock. What a remarkable use of materials and imagination!
In this project Digital Art & Photo students from NQHS were challenged to research a movement in art history and create an original poster design using the characteristics of the movement they researched in order to advertise a modern day product or service. Here Olivia K, grade 11, has employed elements of Surrealism(with a nod to the Italian Renaissance) to advertise Google.