On Monday, March 11, Lincoln Academy’s Functional Art class visited the Center for Maine Contemporary Art in Rockland. At the museum students had a tour and the opportunity to create some art of their own.

Educator Mia Bogyo combined a tour of the museum with hands-on art projects related to the art she shared.

Museum educator Mia Bogyo combined a tour of the museum with hands-on art projects related to the art she showed to the students.

Students work on a constellation art project based on the galaxy paintings seen in the gallery behind the students.

Students work on a constellation art project based on the galaxy paintings seen in the gallery behind the students.

 

Lincoln Academy Functional Art teacher Kate McGreavy looks on as students work on a monochromatic stencil-based project, in the museum's ArtLab.

Lincoln Academy Functional Art teacher Kate McGreavy looks on as students work on a monochromatic stencil-based project, in the museum’s ArtLab.

 

LA Functional Art students dove into a monochromatic stencil project, based on artwork seen in the museum.

LA Functional Art students dove into a monochromatic stencil project, based on artwork seen in the museum.