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Welcome to the Omaha North High Magnet School Art Department.

We boost an award-winning department with award-winning students. We offer five levels of pottery, including Advanced Placement Studio Design, two levels of Applied Design and four levels of Art.  Our students are on the potter's wheels from day one! We have twenty three potter's wheels, enough for each student in the class!

Our students compete in many competitions throughout the metro area and they are bringing home the gold!  Check out the artwork throughout the building and see what our students can do!

 

 

Art Purchase Award

The North High Art Purchase Award was established during the 1979-1980 school year. This award honors an outstanding art student from our art department. Artwork is selected by the art staff, purchased and becomes part of North High’s permanent collection each year. The works are on display in public areas in the building and in the library/media center.

 

OPS 150th Anniversary Art Project 

 

Senior Artshow Artistic Expression 

 

Scholastic Winners 
Scholastic 2016

 

Senior Art Project

 
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Art Department News

Keep up with the Art Department!

Senior Art Project 2013 Art Mural...

Senior Art Project 2013  Art Mural...

The final touches have been added to a mural that has recently been installed in the hallway near the art rooms at Omaha North High Magnet School. The Student Art Project, "The Viking Ship" was created under the direction of Mr. Justin Parker, 2nd year art teacher at Omaha North High Magnet School. Nine students (named below) participated in painting and working during and after school to create the vision of the Art Department at ONHMS.  The shield of the ship are paint pallets and the oars are paint brushes, tools of the trade. The waves mimic Hokusai's Great Wave to represent Art History and the storm of the scene represents diversity and how the Vikings cut through the diversity in our lives.  The teachers worked throughout the summer to finish up the project.

 

Students Involved: Lynne Niements, Megan Rhoades, Dakota Lieb, Chris Adams Tristan Baltz, Rachel Winfeltd, Danee, Caleb Austin Griffith, Lucy Chan

 



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