Welcome to Visual Arts in the Robla School District!
All students receive Visual Arts instruction from a credentialed Art Teacher, each week. Students explore the Elements and Principles of Art and Design, Art History, Multi-Cultural Arts and Arts Integration in Social Studies, Science, English Language Arts and Technology.
Students use a variety of Art Mediums, techniques and styles. Focus is placed on the importance of students learning the process in creating art, evaluation of student's own artwork as well as many famous and important works of Art throughout time.
We are very proud of our amazing Robla Artists! Art Teachers regularly display student artwork at each school site on bulletin boards, in classrooms and school site offices. The Robla School District Board Room also serves as an Art Gallery, exhibiting student artwork from all five school sites. Murals have been painted by Art Teachers and students at many of our school sites as well as student Art Clubs. Robla Art Teachers collaborate with planned Parent nights celebrating the cultural divertsity of our district and showcasing multicultural artworks created by our students.
Youth Art Month is celebrated annually in March, celebrating the importance of Art in Education and the creative process in enriching the lives of our students. Robla Art Teachers partner with Sacramento's Crocker Art Museum to exhibit student work in a juried Art show. Students are recognized during a reception at the Crocker Art Museum and at each of their school sites. Robla Art and Technology Teachers collaborate in an Art and Video Gala, also held in March as part of Youth Art Month. Student Artwork and Videos are exhibited at the Gala for students and their families to enjoy and celebrate our student successes.