Back by popular demand, “Stuck On Art”!
LSR7 teams from the middle and high schools will work from 10 am to 1 pm on Saturday, October 11, 2020, in the main intersection of Third Street and SW Main Street, to create original artwork on large banners using only black masking tape and cutting tools. You won’t want to miss this creative approach to subject matter incorporating design principles such as balance, contrast, emphasis, movement, proportion and variety. Superior craftsmanship and technique collide with creative expression in this unique exhibition.
LSR7 art students and staff will be choosing the 2020 theme soon, so stay tuned!
Students will be challenged to find their design inspiration from the 2020 theme. We can’t wait to see what these amazingly imaginative and expressive students create LIVE on Saturday morning!
In 2013, the first “Stuck On Art” competition was held in downtown Lee’s Summit during the Summit Art Festival as a way to include the LSR7 art students in the community event. Teams of 4-6 students from each middle and high school are selected to participate. The only “marking” tool that can be utilized is black masking tape. The tape width can be altered. Summit Art provides professional, volunteer art judges for this event. Art staff from the middle and high schools support and oversee the development and design of the student compositions as well as provide supervision on Saturday morning.
Participating schools are: Bernard Campbell Middle School, Pleasant Lea Middle School, Summit Lakes Middle School, Lee’s Summit High School, Lee’s Summit North High School, and Lee’s Summit West High School.
Funding for this project is supported in part by grants received through the Lee’s Summit Arts Council.