Turn ordinary pebbles into beautiful memorabilia!
Meet Wellsboro student Jessa Lohr
Everyone loves the district art show! Meet the volunteers who make it happen!
Sarah Wagaman presents a new art project on display around Wellsboro!
Students publish art with this fun FUNdraiser at Don Gill Elementary School
Wellsboro Area School district hosts annual student art show!
Sarah Wagaman's 4th grade class shares art from their own hearts
In this episode, Sarah demonstrates her process of turning pebbles and rocks of varying shapes and sizes into beautiful art pieces that you can proudly display or give away.
Art Teacher Sarah Wagaman introduces her former student and Wellsboro High School attendee Jessa Lohr, highlighting her work and inspirations.
Tomorrow is the Annual District Wide Art Show at the Wellsboro Administration Building from 6:00-8:30 PM. Every student will be represented with a piece of artwork in the show. Hours upon hours of volunteer work and care are put into this wonderful event. Today’s edition of Art from the Heart serves to recognize these amazing volunteers and give a sneak preview of the art you’ll be able to see on Wednesday night!
During the month of March, the National Art Education Association celebrates National Youth Art Month (NYAM), which recognizes art education and encourages support of the visual arts.
Display My Art is a fun opportunity for students to get his/her artwork published on numerous products such as t-shirts, Christmas ornaments, pillow cases, coffee mugs, water bottles, and so much more!
Wednesday evening hundreds of people gathered at the Wellsboro Administration building to celebrate the talented students of Wellsboro Area School District.
As the fourth grade art classes at Don L. Gill Elementary School transition from one lesson to the next, students are working on a project that ties in all kinds of information that can be utilized in state testing, Arts and Humanities standards, daily life, or for pure enjoyment.
Art can be beautiful, especially when it is created from the heart of the one making it. With “Art from the Heart,” we hope to share and show the beauty in art through visiting local artists, showcasing art from various students, and getting to the heart of what makes art so incredible.
As an art teacher in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, Sarah Wagaman takes her audience to discover what she has seen and learned from her years in teaching. Join her in her broadcast as she finds and creates art from all over our region.