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Mathews Elementary Time Capsule Project

Extremely Limited Photo Opportunity!

Help fund the Mathews Elementary Time Capsule Project

Get a ONE-OF-A-KIND portrait of your business, family, friends or employees shot by professional photographer Jessica Klima for inclusion into the Mathews Time Capsule.  You’ll also get a printed copy to keep.  Professional photographer Jessica Klima will take the portrait at your place of business or on your porch at home (anywhere in Austin)!   This is a truly unique and outstanding gift that will never again be seen in your lifetime.  Promise!

Here is the link to book your photoshoot: https://jessicaklima.youcanbook.me/

All photos will be included in the Mathews 100 Year Time Capsule!

Jessica will donate her time and talents to make these photos and all proceeds will go toward the time capsule project.  The shoot and photographs cost $200.   Digital files will be available for an additional $50 from Jessica Klima Photography.

If you want to donate… check out:   bearjames.com

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AISD CELEBRATES 2016 YOUTH ART MONTH!

AISD CELEBRATES 2016 YOUTH ART MONTH CELEBRATION 

PUBLIC INVITED TO VIEW MORE THAN 1,500 STUDENT WORKS OF ART

Austin ISD will celebrate Youth Art Month Jan. 31-Feb. 16 with more than 1,500 works of all kinds of art in an exhibit representing 113 elementary, middle and high schools.

In addition, 10 billboards designed by 11th-grade Travis Early College High School art student Juan Salcedo will be displayed around Austin. Govalle Elementary School fifth grade student Phoenix Tovar designed the 2016 T-shirts, which are being sold at AISD schools.

YAM2016-Billboard

What: The exhibit includes painting, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, sculpture, collage, weaving, ceramics, photography, jewelry and electronic media.

When: The exhibit is also available to the public Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.- 3 p.m.; and Sun. noon-4 p.m.

A reception will be held 1-3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 31. Refreshments will be provided.

Where: AISD Performing Arts Center, 1500 Barbara Jordan Blvd. 

Free parking is available in the Performing Arts Center parking garage.

Background: Students express themselves and their traditions through their art creations. By studying art styles from prehistoric to modern times, the students have incorporated art history into their own cultural and personal style. The exhibit shows what students learned through the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills art lessons that include perception, response/evaluation, creative expression, and history and culture.

Mathews Youth Art Month Representatives:

  • Dante Aguilar
  • Maxine Teleki Avery
  • Oliver Crane
  • Max Derrick
  • Weston Gardner
  • Brandon Jauregui
  • Ha-Yeon Jeon
  • Rylo Brown Knisely
  • Myla Larson
  • Yves Magallanes
  • Jahan Patel
  • Olivia Posey
  • Gabriel Reynolds
  • Joseph Salazar
  • Sophia Strake
  • Lillian Thomas