Eighty-five percent of working professionals agree that creative thinking is critical for problem-solving in their career, and 71 percent say creative thinking should be taught as a course, like math and science.
How does someone develop the ideas for a new piece of art? World renown artists, Norman Lee and Shane Allbritton, gave Greeley Central High School students a treat of a presentation as they took students through their process of creating a meaningful piece of art–the “Moving Earth and Water” water feature outside the Union Colony Civic Center.
“Jil Rosentrater, the woman who helped establish many of Greeley’s artistic cornerstones, including the Union Colony Civic Center, the Arts Picnic and Centennial Village Museum, died of cancer on Sunday night. She was 65.”
Did you know that Greeley Central High School houses the Performing and Visual Arts Magnet Program? Learn more from Christy O’Connell-Black, the program coordinator, and two of her students.