Carl I. Bergerson Middle School Multicultural Club, Albion, NY

Carl I. Bergerson Middle School Multicultural Club, Albion, NY

Created by Carl I. Bergerson Middle School Multicultural Club, Albion, NY

Artists: Makiya J. & Chaynia P.

Title: What Inequalities People Face Today

Teacher: Mrs. Burgett

Theme: Inequalities People Face Today

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint and Sharpie marker.

Did you enjoy this project? We loved painting.

About: Our artwork is about how some children across the world cannot afford to attend school.

Created by Carl I. Bergerson Middle School Multicultural Club, Albion, NY

Artists: Myliegh M., Kaiden Y., and Riley H.

Title: Identity

Teacher: Mrs. Burgett

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint and Sharpie marker.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes!

About: The sadness some people feel with not showing their true identity.

Created by Carl I. Bergerson Middle School Multicultural Club, Albion, NY

Artists: Sesilia C.-K., Breanna D., & Skye M.

Title: Racism

Teacher: Mrs. Burgett

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, because racism is something I have faced and many other people do too.

About: Racism is still a problem today.

Created by Carl I. Bergerson Middle School Multicultural Club, Albion, NY

Artists: Emma M. & Cadence H.

Title: Gender Inequality

Teacher: Mrs. Burgett

Theme: Inequalities People Face

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, because we enjoyed making it together.

About: Our artwork is about a girl who wants to play football with the boys.

Created by Carl I. Bergerson Middle School Multicultural Club, Albion, NY

Artists: Lisa B., Caroline D., Keyonna H., Jillian R., and Emilie S.

Title: Money Seperates Us!

Teacher: Mrs. Burgett

Theme: Inequalities People Face

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, because it was a fun group project.

About: Our artwork is about how women get paid less money than men.

Long Branch Elementary School, Liverpool, NY

Long Branch Elementary School, Liverpool, NY

Created by Long Branch Elementary School, Liverpool, NY

Artists: Aaliyah, Zach, Kaitlyn, Taylor, Saran, Emily, Emma, Julien, Logan, Madison, Austin, Maddy and Mrs. Matott

Title: United We Cry for Peace

Teacher: Mrs. Matott

Theme: Peace

Materials and techniques: Canvas, spray watercolors/ inks, stamps, silk screen images, rollers, acrylic paint, and Sharpie markers.

Did you enjoy this project? We loved creating the unique parts to this collaborative project together.

About: We created a collage using a theme of United We Cry for Peace with symbolism and colors that helped convey our desire for a more peaceful country and government. Understanding the differences of our country and celebrating our diversity and seeking kindness towards all.

Created by Long Branch Elementary School, Liverpool, NY

Artists: Caleb, Grace, Liz and Mrs. Matott

Title: Community

Teacher: Mrs. Matott

Theme: Community

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, spray watercolors/ inks, stencils/ masks, rollers, silk screens, stamps, ink, and ribbon.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we loved working together on this collaborative art project!

About: Students created pieces to reflect our thoughts on community and bringing people together for the good of all. Peace, love, understanding, acceptance, and education for all people around the world.

Created by LongBranch Elementary School, Liverpool, NY

Artists: Aaliyah, Kaitlyn, Saran, Taylor, Emily, Emma, Madison, Maddy, and Mrs. Matott

Title: Strong Women

Teacher: Mrs. Matott

Theme: Women’s Rights/ Equality

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, rollers, silk screens, stencils, spray watercolor/ inks, canvas, stamps, and ink.

Did you enjoy this project? We really came together to create this piece and students enjoyed creating their unique contribution to the whole!

About: Creating the feeling of a collaboration of women/ girls in this world for the struggle of equality. Female students created a collage of artwork symbolizing how far women’s rights have come since the days before they could vote and be represented in political arenas. This piece is full of our hopes as females that the future will hold more opportunities for ALL women to participate in all fields of study, careers, and pay. There is so much we can do together! Strong women/ girls unite!

Created by Long Branch Elementary School, Liverpool, NY

Artists: Aaliyah, Zach, Kaitlyn, Taylor, Saran, Emily, Emma, Julien, Logan, Madison, Austin, Maddy and Mrs. Matott

Title: United We Cry for Peace

Teacher: Mrs. Matott

Theme: Peace

Materials and techniques: Canvas, spray watercolors/ inks, stamps, silk screen images, rollers, acrylic paint, and Sharpie markers.

Did you enjoy this project? We loved creating the unique parts to this collaborative project together.

About: We created a collage using a theme of United We Cry for Peace with symbolism and colors that helped convey our desire for a more peaceful country and government. Understanding the differences of our country and celebrating our diversity and seeking kindness towards all.

Created by Long Branch Elementary School, Liverpool, NY

Artists: Aaliyah, Zachary, Kaitlyn, Saran, Taylor, Emily, Emma, Julien, Logan, Madison, Austin, Maddy

Title: Equality for All

Teacher: Mrs. Matott

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Canvas, spray liquid watercolors/ inks, Acrylic paints, silk screening, stamps, stencils/ masks, and rollers.

Did you enjoy this project? The students had a great time working on individual parts of this collaborative project!

About: Students thought about what inequality means and what areas of society were lacking in equal rights or opportunities. They all agreed that equality in funding, medical coverage, and food is a concern. We used symbols and words to convey our ideas about things not being equal for all in our community and world.

Bloomfield Central School, Bloomfield, NY

Bloomfield Central School, Bloomfield, NY

Created by Bloomfield Central School, Bloomfield, NY

Artists: Madison, Dylan, Morgan, Hannah

Title: Snapshot

Teacher: Mrs. BaylorSmith

Theme: Inequality (Media & Self Worth)

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? We worked well together and enjoyed bouncing ideas of each other. It was easier when we gave everyone a section to work on.

About: Be happy with who you are just the way you are. Don’t let media influence how you should look or be.

Created by Bloomfield Central School, Bloomfield, NY

Artists: Alex, Emme, Juliana, Natalie, Kellie

Title: No Judge

Teacher: Mrs. BaylorSmith

Theme: Peace

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? We had difficulty getting everyone to work on it and follow through, our original rough draft was much better.

About: To stop judging others by the color of their skin. Why can’t we all just get along?

Created by Bloomfield Central School, Bloomfield, NY

Artists: RayLynn, Karley, Christina, Zac, Hannah, Austin

Title: Opression

Teacher: Mrs. BaylorSmith

Theme: Race

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint

Did you enjoy this project? Yes we enjoyed hearing other people’s ideas & thoughts on what we viewed as inequality. It was a good lesson in learning how to work with others.

About: Social media effects how we see the world & other cultures and not always in good ways. Racism is still an issue as people still judge others based on color. Skin color should not matter, we should see past skin color. People of color do not have the same advantages. People overlook that we are all just human beings with the same feelings.

Created by Bloomfield Central School, Bloomfield, NY

Artists: Mackenna, Allison, Cal, Morgan

Title: Abuse

Teacher: Mrs. BaylorSmith

Theme: Animal abuse

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, fabric and yarn.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we enjoyed having others to bounce ideas off of one another for support & collaboration.

About: Animal Abuse

Created by Bloomfield Central School, Bloomfield, NY

Artists: Henry, Bree, Jonas

Title: Why Oust Rights to Humans?

Teacher: Mrs. BaylorSmith

Theme: Economic Worth

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? We had difficulty working together so the lesson of compromise & patience were worthwhile.

About: Economic Worth

Campbell Savona Central School – Elementary ART Club, Savona, NY

Campbell Savona Central School – Elementary ART Club, Savona, NY

Created by Campbell Savona Central School – Elementary ART Club, Savona, NY

Artists: Harmonee, Amy, Morgynn

Title: Worldwide Women’s Rights

Teacher: Mrs. Fishbaugh

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: The students used canvas roll and tempera paint and sharpie markers.

Did you enjoy this project? ABSOLUTELY!

About: The girls that did this women’s rights’ piece included various skin colors of women, and different hair colors as well. They even chose a “purple” tone to represent women of modern day.

Created by Campbell Savona Central School – Elementary ART Club, Savona, NY

Artists: Brionna and Fayellen

Title: Rosa Sits and Stands Up for Rights!

Teacher: Mrs. Fishbaugh

Theme: Women’s Rights

Created by Campbell Savona Central School – Elementary ART Club, Savona, NY

Artists: Sydney, Grace, and Karissa

Title: Women’s Right to Vote

Teacher: Mrs. Fishbaugh

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Canvas roll, permanent markers, and tempera paint.

Did you enjoy this project? LOVED IT!

About: Past and present women’s rights and voting.

Created by Campbell Savona Central School – Elementary ART Club, Savona, NY

Artists: Jordan and Havanna

Title: Strong Women

Teacher: Mrs. Fishbaugh

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Canvas roll, markers, and tempera paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Sure did!

About: The students created portraits of Rosa Parks and Helen Keller. They added abstract lines and shapes around the figures.

Created by Campbell Savona Central School – Elementary ART Club, Savona, NY

Artists: Marissa, Makenzi, Erica

Title: Women and Sports

Teacher: Mrs. Fishbaugh

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Canvas roll, markers, and tempera paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Wonderful!

About: Women couldn’t always participate in sporting games, but now they can!

Willow Field Elementary School, Liverpool, NY

Willow Field Elementary School, Liverpool, NY

Created by Willow Field Elementary School, Liverpool, NY

Artists: Madilyn and Josh

Title: Who Are We?

Teacher: Mrs. Ruggiero

Theme: Body image

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint and found objects.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes!!

About: Body image.

Created by Willow Field Elementary School, Liverpool, NY

Artists: Alexa and Gabi

Title: Take My Hand

Teacher: Mrs. Ruggiero

Theme: Race

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, Sharpie marker.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes!!

About: Racial Inequality.

Created by Willow Field Elementary School, Liverpool, NY

Artists: Anita, Gabi, Erin, Alexis

Title: Income Inequality

Teacher: Mrs. Ruggiero

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, fake paper money, watercolors, mod podge, and string.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes!!

About: Income inequality.

Created by Willow Field Elementary School, Liverpool, NY

Artist: Haania

Title: Pride

Teacher: Mrs. Ruggiero

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, and Sharpie marker.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes!!

About: Sexual orientation.

Created by Willow Field Elementary School, Liverpool, NY

Artists: Mya, Gabi, Erin, Elizabeth

Title: Just A Woman

Teacher: Mrs. Ruggiero

Theme: Gender

Materials and techniques: Sharpie marker, foam, and printmaking.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes!!

About: Gender equality.

John F. Kennedy High School, Cheektowaga, NY

John F. Kennedy High School, Cheektowaga, NY

Created by John F. Kennedy High School, Cheektowaga, NY

Artists: Ivyonna and Brittany

Title: Restrictive

Teacher: Mrs. Sokolski

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: We used acrylic paint and collage.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we did enjoy working on the project together. We brainstormed ideas and took those ideas and turned them into an artwork that represents our society’s size discrimination.

About: We brainstormed ideas about “What Inequalities Do People Face?” We work in retail stores and realized larger women are discriminated against by certain corporations.

Created by John F. Kennedy High School, Cheektowaga, NY

Artists: Josh, Zach, Patrick

Title: Welcome All

Teacher: Mrs. Sokolski

Theme: Freedom

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we don’t normally group on large group projects in art.

About: We brainstormed ideas about “What Inequalities Do People Face?” We thought about the immigrants that come to America and how we need them as much as they need us.

Created by John F. Kennedy High School, Cheektowaga, NY

Artists: Alyssa and April

Title: She is Beautiful

Teacher: Mrs. Sokolski

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we love art and now were able to portray how others are feeling through our artwork.

About: We brainstormed ideas about “What Inequalities Do People Face?” We are both active members in our Gay Straight Alliance Club and we wanted to show others how people feel. The sunglasses represent a rainbow in a otherwise black, white and gray world.

Created by John F. Kennedy High School, Cheektowaga, NY

Artists: Jacklyn, Kaia, Macie, Jenna

Title: I am not a..

Teacher: Mrs. Sokolski

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: We used acrylic paint and collage.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, but our work is very detailed because of the female portrays we painted and it was time consuming to paint.

About: We brainstormed ideas about “What Inequalities Do People Face?” Our thoughts were about women in particular because the inequalities we face not only sexual but cultural as well.

School #4, Rochester, NY

School #4, Rochester, NY

Created by School #4, Rochester, NY

Artists: India and Neikeysha

Title: Michelle

Teacher: Mrs. Levitt

Theme: Education

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Michelle Obama is a positive role model for girls to look up to. She is confident, strong, and smart. She inspires us to continue our education.

Created by School #4, Rochester, NY

Artists: Raphael and Javier

Title: Our World

Teacher: Mrs. Levitt

Theme: Education

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Our Puerto Rican heritage creates educational challenges that will make us stronger.

Created by School #4, Rochester, NY

Artists: Jadeliz and Ne’Ami

Title: Nadeliz’s Social Media

Teacher: Mrs. Levitt

Theme: Community

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Growing up in today’s society means dealing with Social Media. Cyber bullying creates real problems for today’s youth.

Created by School #4, Rochester, NY

Artists: Sabrina, Boni, Buhmika

Title: A New Life

Teacher: Mrs. Levitt

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: The idea of our painting is about Gender equality and showing respect for all people.

Amherst High School Art Club, Amherst, NY

Amherst High School Art Club, Amherst, NY

Created by Amherst High School Art Club, Amherst, NY

Artists: Abby and Trinity

Title: Equal PAY!

Teachers: Mrs. Appler and Mrs. Elston

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Paint, paper, and tape.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Women are often paid less for the same job although they work as hard or harder.

Created by Amherst High School Art Club, Amherst, NY

Artist: Abby

Title: Not Equal!

Teachers: Mrs. Appler and Mrs. Elston

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Women are not always considered equal in jobs, pay, etc.

Created by Amherst High School Art Club, Amherst, NY

Artists: Abby and Trinity

Title: Equality Matters

Teachers: Mrs. Appler and Mrs. Elston

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Paint, paper and packing tape.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Women’s rights and equality. Equal pay for the sexes.

Created by Amherst High School Art Club, Amherst, NY

Artists: Abby and Trinity

Title: Equal Rights for All

Teachers: Mrs. Appler and Mrs. Elston

Theme: Equality

Eden Jr. Sr. High School, Eden, NY

Eden Jr. Sr. High School, Eden, NY

Created by Eden Jr. Sr. High School, Eden, NY

Artist: Elise

Title: What matters more?

Teacher: Mrs. Witman

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Plaster, Indian ink, transfer paper, wallpaper, all attached to the canvas supplied.

Did you enjoy this project? I loved working on this art project because it had me explore materials and techniques i would not usually use.

About: My artwork is based on the idea of expectations versus reality. The double standard of women being able to do it all is executed through many aspects of the world through movies, media, and society.

 

Skoi-Yase Primary School, Waterloo, NY

Skoi-Yase Primary School, Waterloo, NY

Created by Skoi-Yase Primary School, Waterloo, NY

Artists: Jaeden, Jodie, Nicholas, Michael, Olivia, Ayanalee, Tyla, Melaina, Riley, Vivian, Gabriel, Alexis

Title: Building a Better World Together

Teacher: Mrs. Gaylord

Theme: Community

Materials and techniques: We textured the background by using rollers, acrylic paint and water to create a transparent sky. We used leftover hand dyed fabric from another project to create the ground. It was fun to create the people with fabric crayons and cloth. We added details such as a birdhouse, bird food, binoculars, a watering can, seeds, a shovel and soil, and lots of flowers. We thought hard about how to arrange and glue the collage by overlapping things to create space.

Did you enjoy this project? We really enjoyed working on this project. It required a lot of thought. We created many things and had to choose what to put in this project and what to save for another project. With the help of the ranger at the park we were inspired to try to bring our dream to life. We hope to work together to plant seeds, feed and watch birds and create more art to make our school an even better part of the world.

About: Our artwork is about the theme, “What Inequalities do people face today?” We were inspired by Kid President’s video about the life and work of Martin Luther King. We learned about how he wanted to bring people together. He dreamed about changing things. Kid President encouraged us by saying, “Isn’t it cool that we can change things.” We looked at a songbook by Cedela Marley called One Love. In the book a little girl works with her family and friends to create a park. These ideas inspired us to create our work, Building a Better World Together. We are working to fulfill our dreams to work together to plant flowers, feed birds and make art for our school.

Wellsville High School, Wellsville, NY

Wellsville High School, Wellsville, NY

Created by Wellsville High School, Wellsville, NY

Artists: Emily, Cade, Dominic, Mark

Title: Disparity

Teacher: Mr. Corwine

Theme: What Inequalities Exist Today

Created by Wellsville High School, Wellsville, NY

Artists: Zhen, Tyler, Alexandra, Pacey

Title: Disparity

Teacher: Mr. Corwine

Theme: What Inequalities Exist Today

Hawthorne Cedar Knolls U.F.S.D., Hawthorne, NY

Hawthorne Cedar Knolls U.F.S.D., Hawthorne, NY

Created by Hawthorne Cedar Knolls U.F.S.D., Hawthorne, NY

Artist: Victoria

Title: Brave

Teacher: Mrs. Adler

Theme: What inequalities do people face today?

Materials and techniques: Fabric paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes!!!

About: To make a change in life and to treat people equally takes courage.

RCSD John Walton Spencer School #16, Rochester, NY

RCSD John Walton Spencer School #16, Rochester, NY

Created by RCSD John Walton Spencer School #16, Rochester, NY

Artists: Elijah and Dream

Title: Pheonix Woman

Teacher: Mrs. Schramm

Theme: Freedom

Materials and techniques: Canvas, pencil and paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes!!

About: Women have had to rise from the ashes throughout history because they have always had to struggle to be equal. They have fought for their place and still continue to fight for their place in the world. Their place is higher than the earth and they soar and teach us how to fly.

Created by RCSD John Walton Spencer School #16, Rochester, NY

Artist: Janiyah

Title: Anonymous Woman

Teacher: Mrs. Schramm

Theme: Freedom

Materials and techniques: Canvas and paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes!

About: Honoring the women that have gone before us who are now bronzed forever.

Created by RCSD John Walton Spencer School #16, Rochester, NY

Artist: Rasheen

Title: Women’s Rights

Teacher: Mrs. Schramm

Theme: Freedom

Materials and techniques: Canvas and paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes!

About: I have many feelings about women’s rights and wanted to express it abstractly. There are so many kinds of women in the world who need to be freed and this is represented in the different colors and movement of the color on the canvas.

Created by RCSD John Walton Spencer School #16, Rochester, NY

Artist: Joanna

Title: Women’s Rights

Teacher: Mrs. Schramm

Theme: Freedom

Materials and techniques: Canvas and paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes!!

About: I love the idea of Women being soft and gentle, but I hate the idea of not having equal rights. I wanted the words to express that and I wanted the paint to express the softness.

Lake Shore High School, Angola, NY

Lake Shore High School, Angola, NY

Created by Lake Shore High School, Angola, NY

Artist: Natalie

Title: A Life on Chemo

Teacher: Mrs. Belliotti

Theme: Health

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Cancer can strike anyone, regardless of race, religion, or social standing.

Created by Lake Shore High School, Angola, NY

Artist: Savannah

Title: Figures of Contemplation

Teacher: Mrs. Belliotti

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint and modeling paste.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Women’s inequality: Even though they do amazing things, women are often invisible compared to men.

Created by Lake Shore High School, Angola, NY

Artist: Karleigh

Title: Under One Sun, On One Earth

Teacher: Mrs. Belliotti

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: We are all on this planet together. Race should not be an issue.

Created by Lake Shore High School, Angola, NY

Artist: Olivia

Title: Women’s Abuse

Teacher: Mrs. Belliotti

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Women are abused through violence and intimidation.

Created by Lake Shore High School, Angola, NY

Artist: Olivia

Title: Assimilation

Teacher: Mrs. Belliotti

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Assimilation and Native American cultural genocide.

Weatherly High School, Weatherly, PA

Weatherly High School, Weatherly, PA

Created by Weatherly High School, Weatherly, PA

Artists: Stephanie and Katie

Title: Her story is as important and History

Teacher: Mrs. Stadnik

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: This artwork wants people to know that woman’s history needs to be taught right along with all the history about men.

Created by Weatherly High School, Weatherly, PA

Artists: Sarah and Kathy

Title: Girls Just Wanna Have….

Teacher: Mrs. Stadnik

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: It shows a powerful message that states that women just wanted to be treated equally as a man is treated.

Created by Weatherly High School, Weatherly, PA

Artist: Maddie

Title: Women Pinned for the Last Time

Teacher: Mrs. Stadnik

Theme: Women’s Rights

Created by Weatherly High School, Weatherly, PA

Artist: Huntyr

Title: She Fought For Rights….

Teacher: Mrs. Stadnik

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: It’s about a woman screaming that she just wants to be treated fairly and equally with men.

Created by Weatherly High School, Weatherly, PA

Artist: Maddie

Title: Power to Women

Teacher: Mrs. Stadnik

Theme: Women’s Rights

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