Arts make for lively display at Oakland Beach School
EERIE: In the black room, students got to create drawings reflected in the rays of an ultra violet light. This work was done using a paint bottle that swung like a pendulum above the paper.
Warwick Beacon photos
JUST WHAT SHE WANTED: First grader Kyleigh Minn clutches books she selected at the sale set up in the school gym and run by the PTO.
WATCHING THE ACTION: Robert Bushell, director of elementary education, took in all the activity from a comfortable vantage.
Students work on crafts.
A SMILE INSTEAD OF A SCREAM: First grader Isabella Varrecchione flashes a smile from the cutout of a facsimile of Norwegian painter Edvard Munch‚Äôs ‚ÄúThe Scream.‚ÄĚ
STORY WITH MUSIC: Using musical instruments to accentuate the story of a pair of white shoes are (from left) Julian Rhaney, Jayden DeBarros and Joe Rosati.
Oakland Beach School was transformed into a showcase for arts and literacy night Wednesday with corridors serving as galleries for displays of written and drawn works. It was also an active event where students performed and participated in crafts and, coolest of all, created drawings in a black room under the rays of ultraviolet lights. A book sale was held in the school gym.