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By Students and For Students

By Students and For Students

Amanda Charowsky, Expression Through Creativity Editor-in-Chief

October 4, 2019

Murals are common at Pottsville Area School District.  The walls of the high school are covered in them—there are murals on every floor of the building, and each one was painted by members of the graduating class and designed to represent their four years. There’s also the mural painted ...

AP Art Summer Spotlights

AP Art Summer Spotlights

Amanda Charowsky, Harmonie Wotring, Catti-Brie Kunkelman, Jenea Maurer, and Lauren Kane

October 4, 2019

  Molly Lubinsky  Did your summer assignment have to be based on something or did you have certain guidelines you had to follow? There weren’t really any strict guidelines we had to follow. What we had to do was make a piece based on inquiry- so basically we had to ask a questio...

Art Meets History

Art Meets History

Amanda Charowsky, Editor

April 15, 2019

Art and history go hand in hand. For Honors Advanced Drawing, students created posters about the labor movement- which some of them were learning about in their history classes. The posters were then entered in the Jenifer J. DuBois Fabric of Unionism Art Competition, a competition showcasing the...

Our Very Own Fairytale

Our Very Own Fairytale

Amanda Charowsky, Editor

March 22, 2019

Fairytales are a building block. They help us learn to read, learn to write, and most importantly, they establish a common culture- fairytales and folktales are one and the same. Tales are retold over and over again- some dark, some whimsical. Twisted fairytales have become their own subgenre. “I don...

Painting and Peace

Painting and Peace

Amanda Charowsky, Editor

January 26, 2019

Peyton Skoraszewski, grade 7, does many art projects outside of school, such as painting and drawing-- along with projects in Miss Alyssa Palina’s art class. Skoraszewski enjoys art because she thinks it’s fun to do and the outcome is pretty. She also uses painting as a way to express herself. Th...

It’s All Abstract to Me

It’s All Abstract to Me

Amanda Charowsky, Editor

January 11, 2019

Sixth grade students in Miss Alyssa Palina's art class worked on projects demonstrating the techniques used in abstract art. Abstract art is a genre of art with the purpose of going outside art's traditional customs and values. What was your favorite abstract technique to use? “I like the pointillism, because I feel like it makes it look better and more spread out as you go along.” ...

Tag, You’re It

Tag, You’re It

Amanda Charowsky, Edtior

January 10, 2019

Fifth grade student Emmett Kraft spends his free time making graffiti art. Graffiti is colorful and vivid art, typically done on sidewalks, streets, walls, buildings or train cars.    What drew you to graffiti? Why do you enjoy doing it? I feel like it’s the only art I’m good at. I feel like when I passe...

Alternate Exposure

Alternate Exposure

Amanda Charowsky, Editor

October 12, 2018

                    How did you decide what objects to use in the photos? Because I like sharks. Which photo do you like more: black or white? I like the black one because the object appears brighter and the phot...

Friday Night Football

Friday Night Football

Emma Adams, Staffer

October 5, 2018

Roll Tide

Roll Tide

Gavin Woodward, Staffer

October 3, 2018

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