The Voice of the Bellwood-Antis Student Body

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The Voice of the Bellwood-Antis Student Body

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The Voice of the Bellwood-Antis Student Body

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Flyers for artist of the week posted in classrooms

Become The Blueprint’s “Artist of the Week” by signing up to get your own feature article
Kate Wallace
Sign-up sheets for students interested in becoming “Artist of the Week” are posted in the art and home economics classrooms.

Sign-up sheets for students wishing to be The Blueprint’s “Artist of the Week” can be found in the art and home economics room.

All high schoolers with a passion for the culinary and visual arts can stop by Mrs. McNaul and Ms. Harris’ classrooms to get a chance at their own feature article.

Blueprint staff members have trouble finding talented students who want to participate, so these flyers were created to shine more light on “Artist of the Week” to get more participants.

Sign-up sheets for visual artists (painting, drawing, sculpting, graphic design, etc.) can be found inside the art room on the door along with a sheet beside it explaining the process. The same sheet can be found for culinary artists (cooks, bakers, cake decorators, etc.) in the home economics room.

A physical copy of the questionnaire for visual artists. (Kate Wallace)

“Artist of the Week” is not for professionals and students who participate in art classes; it is for any students who pursues them and enjoys the craft.

Students can also use past-projects and accomplishments to feature.

The step-by-step process to becoming “Artist of the Week” listed on the flyers is as follows:

  1. Fill out the information on the sign-up sheet (List your name and check if you would like your questionnaire to be delivered to you on paper or through your school email.)
  2. When selected, fill out your questionnaire (You MUST complete your questionnaire within five days of receiving it. If you chose the paper option turn it into Mrs. McNaul or Ms. Harris depending on if you chose visual or culinary arts. The digital option does not need to be emailed back but a reply that you finished it is appreciated.)
  3. Get your picture taken; an alternative will be provided for camera-shy students (This will be the cover photo for the article, and alternatives can include but are not limited to photos of your creation or past creations.)

If selected to be artist of the week, make sure to check your school email at least once a day for updates from staff. Selected students are also encouraged to send pictures of their creations to put in the article as well.

There is no selection process or test students have to pass to become “Artist of the Week”. Selection is merely through a first-come-first-serve basis. Email Kate Wallace at [email protected] for any questions you have.

Artist of the week is also available for students who participate in other art mediums such as band, choir and the performing arts. However, sign up sheets are not yet available for other arts. If you practice arts besides visual and culinary and are interested, tell Mr. Naylor or email Abigail Eckenrod at [email protected] to be featured in an article as well.

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Kate Wallace
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Kate Wallace Grade 12 Years in Blueprint: 2 What do you hope to do this year: I hope to apply to Penn State and keep my grades up in school. Outside activities: Hiking and baking for my family. Why did you take Blueprint: I have always had a passion for writing, and I want to be involved with my school.  

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