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Dreams to Reality: In Light of Back to the Future Day, Teacher, Students Discuss Historical Influences on Modern Art

Dreams to Reality: In Light of Back to the Future Day, Teacher, Students Discuss Historical Influences on Modern Art

Ivy Zhen October 20, 2023

As Oct. 21 marks Back to the Future Day, students and teachers discuss how past art affects their own artstyle and contemporary art. Jennifer Bubp, AP Art History teacher, said art creators will always...

Community members walk past the artworks on display at the Carmel Clay Public Library. 
Florence Hargitt, National Art Honor Society and senior, said, “I think the art show is beneficial because not everyone outside of art classes is really exposed to art made by their peers and it’s a truly enlightening experience seeing a diverse spectrum of creativity in one place.

In light of Youth Arts Month in March, CHS Art Show to showcase students’ artistic accomplishments

Helena Wang March 21, 2023

Throughout the month of March, the CHS Teachers and Students Art Show will display works of all media created by CHS students of all grade levels and their instructors at Carmel Clay Public Library (CCPL)....

National Art Honors Society to wrap up mural painting

October 28, 2022

Members of the National Art Honors Society (NAHS) will continue to wrap up their mural painting at the Monon Center on 116th Street. NAHS sponsor Jennifer Bubp said the next step to completing this process...

Club Spotlight: Sprinkle of Joy

Club Spotlight: Sprinkle of Joy

Siri Surapaneni September 26, 2022

Annabelle Yang, Sprinkle of Joy President and senior What made you want to join this club initially? Before my freshman year, when I was looking at club lists, I really wanted to join a baking...

(Submitted photo) In January, the Art Club hosted a Bob Ross event. Since the outbreak of COVID-19, all of the events planned for Art Club and the National Art Honors Society have been cancelled.

Members of art-focused clubs debate whether unequal distribution of 2020 City of Carmel Arts Grants is justifiable

Valliei Chandrakumar April 9, 2020

Earlier this month, the City of Carmel, in accordance with the 2020 Arts Grant Program, donated $3,500 to the Carmel High School Orchestra Parents Club. The CHS Art Club and National Art Honor Society...

Art students to compete in Scholastic Art Awards on March 22

Art students to compete in Scholastic Art Awards on March 22

Cady Armstrong March 20, 2020

The information in this issue—originally scheduled for publication on March 20—was written and produced prior to news regarding school cancellation from the COVID-19 virus. Some information may be...

Art department prepares for National Art Honors Society induction ceremony on Jan. 30

Pranav Jothirajah January 28, 2020

The art department will continue its work as it prepares for multiple upcoming events, including the National Art Honors Society induction ceremony, which is scheduled to take place on Jan. 30. According...

Jennifer Bubp, National Art Honors Society sponsor, works on her schedule at her desk. Currently, the honors society is preparing for its induction ceremony scheduled for Jan. 30. Bubp said the organization will participate in many events this semester and its members are in “the initial stages of planning right now.”

National Art Honors Society to hold induction ceremony Jan. 30

Isabella White January 24, 2020

According to Lexi Carter, National Art Honors Society president and junior, the honors society will hold its induction ceremony on Jan. 30 as an official start for the spring-semester organization. Jennifer...

Lexi Carter, Art Club president and junior, sketches out a drawing for Inktober. Inktober is a month long challenge encouraging artists to build positive habits through ink drawing.

With Inktober in full swing, students, teacher reflect on influences of online challenges on art, life

Sam Hawkins October 24, 2019

Each year since 2009, artists all over the world pick up their pens every day in October to draw. They may be following a prompt or they may simply be drawing whatever comes to mind, but all are part of...

Art Club sponsor Jennifer Bubp sorts through artwork created by her art students and organizes prizes they have received. According to Bubp, members of the Art Club participated in the Carmel International Arts Festival over the weekend: one of the many opportunities club members have to collaborate with the community. She said “[Art Club members] do a lot of collaboration with the City of Carmel and the Carmel Arts Council, so that gives kids the chance to get involved with the arts outside of the building.”

Art Club to meet Wednesday, discuss future events

Isabella White October 1, 2019

According to Art Club sponsor Jennifer Bubp, members of the Art Club will have their next meeting after school on Wednesday in C124. Lexi Carter, Art Club president and junior, said this meeting will be...

Junior Vivian Werstler adds to her drawing of a city street in SRT on May 9. Werstler said she found her own art by taking small pieces of inspiration from others’ work and combining them to create something unique to her.

For Your Inspiration: Art students, art department chair advise artists how to take inspiration from others without stealing art

Isabella White May 23, 2019

Imagination and creativity are two traits often found within an artist. As he or she finishes the final stroke of a masterpiece, everyone is left wondering where the idea came from. While pure artistic...

Senior Jessica Qu and junior Minjeong Kim point at a particular piece of artwork. Qu said she applied for a curator position because she is interested in art and design.

A Surreal Reality: New student Carmel Arts Council curators to create an art gallery with CHS artwork

Grace Xu May 23, 2019

While teenagers are often  stereotyped as rash and shallow rather than inspirational and profound, two students at this school are reversing that stereotype through a meaningful art showcase in partnership...

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