Kaitlyn Symanski’s photos receive high honors at Scholastic Art Awards

As the second semester is beginning, Darby art students are busy bees, preparing to enter their best pieces into competitions. Some of the most notable contests are the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards and the Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition, which both aim to honor outstanding works of art by high school students throughout the state of Ohio. As of

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DIY Snow globe

This December, celebrate the holidays with a winter wonderland…in a globe! It’s always fun to make new crafts with everyday items you have sitting around at home. Having a white Christmas is always a delight, but if it does not snow, you can always make an interesting Do-It Yourself Snow Globe. There’s no need to go out and buy an

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September DIY

It’s September so you know what that means! Breaking out the fall decorations of leaves, pumpkins, scarecrows, and more. This fall, try making something new by using materials found easily at home. Something you could make is a pine cone hedgehog. This hedgehog will fit the mood of autumn perfectly.   Materials:   1 Liter Plastic Bottle Hot Glue Gun

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Darby art students are hard at work on pieces for the National Audubon Society

As the new school year is beginning, Darby art students are jumping into full swing, working on some exciting new projects. A few students, selected by Darby art teacher, Valerie Kulick-Brown, have been given the unique opportunity to create pieces for the Grange Insurance Audubon Center art exhibit.    The Audubon Center is an organization that is concerned with the conservation

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May: Art Profile

Sophomore and second year ceramics student Elise Neighbarger created two unique and curvy vases that capture the eye with their form and color. She calls this art piece ‘Change’. The piece is named this because of each individual curve that changes into another one very smoothly.  To make this ceramic art she used the wheel to create each segment for

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