Smallest Museum in Saint Paul | Pre-Show Show
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05 Jun Pre-Show Show


Ms. Land’s AM and PM preK students at Galtier Elementary School exhibit digital self-portraits at Workhorse Coffee during the month of June!

Students have been busy creating digital portraits using a drawing app on their iPads. Their printed drawings are now on display in the newly created Smallest Museum located at the entrance to the coffee shop. The exhibit features these works of art as well as a digital slideshow revealing a photo of each artist alongside the drawn self-portrait with a short introduction voiced by each artist. Viewers can scan a QR code at the display to watch this slideshow on their mobile devices.

Click here to see the artists’ slideshow!

  • Past Project: Pre-K Self-Portrait Art Exhibit – think tech LAB
    Posted at 02:21h, 18 February Reply

    […] Last spring I worked with a Pre-K class to create digital self-portraits on iPads.  We used a free drawing app called Sketches to make portraits, then Adobe Voice to assemble a whole-class slide show display of their art.  The slide show revealed a photo of each artist alongside the digitally drawn self-portrait with a short introduction voiced by each artist — they stated their name and something they love.  Though that may sound simple enough, for some English language learners it was a both a listening and speaking challenge.  However, with support and guided practice, all students could contribute to the project in very personalized ways.  Once complete, the printed portraits and QR code linking to the Adobe Voice video were exhibited at a local coffee shop museum — The Smallest Museum. […]

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