Formerly at The Museum of Modern Art, Joyce Raimondo is a leading expert in visual literacy - teaching young audiences how to "read" pictures. Her groundbreaking questioning technique invites 100% participation as students describe and interpret what they see in famous art.
The members of
the High School club drafted a drawing and assembed a montage of an ocean
scene with construction paper. Working with Raimondo and RHS art
teacher Jennifer Howlett, the students created a large mural with a BLUE WAVE
ocean scene as its basis. Once they are finished conceptualizing the scene, Ms.
Raimondo will help them transfer their ideas and guide the students as they
paint the mural on a large canvas that will hang in the hallway of the art wing
of the high school.