Bloomfield Central School Middle & High School Art Classes, East Bloomfield, New York

Bloomfield Central School Middle & High School Art Classes, East Bloomfield, New York

Bloomfield Central School Middle & High School Art Classes, East Bloomfield, New York
Created by Bloomfield Central School Middle & High School Art Classes, East Bloomfield, New York
Art students: Madi, Erica, Tyler, Matt and Ian.
Teacher: Kim Baylor Smith
Title: The American Dream
Theme: ….immediate admission to all the rights and privileges (Women’s Rights National Historic Park Exhibit Theme), Equality 
Materials: pencil, colored pencil and tag board.
About: This is about the whole world coming together, being equal & a happy place.
Did you enjoy working on this project? Yes because we were a good team and we were able to express our own ideas. 

Bloomfield Central School Middle & High School Art Classes, East Bloomfield, New York
Created by Bloomfield Central School Middle & High School Art Classes, East Bloomfield, New York
Art students: Ellen, Val, Emilee, Braelin, Abi and Hannah. (8th grade)
Teacher: Kim Baylor Smith
Title: Equality
Theme: ….immediate admission to all the rights and privileges (Women’s Rights National Historic Park Exhibit Theme), Equality 
Materials: pencil, black marker, colored pencil & tag board.
About: We are representing rights for everyone by drawing a movie theatre which allows everyone to come in to see the movie called, “Rights & Privileges.” Our message is that everyone deserves rights no matter how they look or who they are.
Did you enjoy working on this project? We enjoyed drawing diversity of people, we liked the theme of rights for all because it was important to us and allowed us to use our creativity to exercise our voice.

Bloomfield Central School Middle & High School Art Classes, East Bloomfield, New York
Created by Bloomfield Central School Middle & High School Art Classes, East Bloomfield, New York
Art students: Lacy, Aleata, Grace & Lauren. (9th grade)
Teacher: Kim Baylor Smith
Title: Equality For All
Theme: ….immediate admission to all the rights and privileges (Women’s Rights National Historic Park Exhibit Theme), Equality 
Materials: marker, colored pencils, pencils and tag board.
About: It’s about freedom & equality and we showed this through quotes from famous people who stood up for rights for all people.It is meant to show people coming together for unity.
Did you enjoy working on this project? Yes because it opened our eyes to the views of other people. 

Bloomfield Central School Middle & High School Art Classes, East Bloomfield, New York
Created by Bloomfield Central School students, East Bloomfield, New York
Art students: Jamie (11th grade) & Stephanie (10th grade)
Art Teacher: Mrs. Kim Baylor Smith
Title: Dare to Dream
Theme: ….immediate admission to all the rights and privileges (Women’s Rights National Historic Park Exhibit Theme), Equality 
Materials: Chalk pastel, oil pastel, pencil, marker & tag board.
About: Our rights allowed people to dream again & to fulfill those dreams. We want to show how people’s dreams are being fulfilled now as those rights are becoming more real. Images we came up with to show this are a space ship to show our progress & possibilities in space, symbols for school, symbols for medicine to show our advancements, gay rights, freedom of press & speech, women’s right symbol to show rights for different genders. People are standing on top of the world to show unity. The earth is in our art work to show rights as universal.
Did you enjoy working on this project? Yes, it was a lot of fun, we really enjoyed it. We enjoyed the theme because it was important to us, we enjoyed problem solving how we would show our message and we liked having a voice through our art to express our feelings.