Elementary school students from Arkansas create a collaborative, large-scale project inspired by Keith Haring's subway art.
Haring's 2-sided mural on a handball court at 128th Street & 2nd Avenue in NYC overlooks the FDR drive. A public site that has brought much acknowledgement since it was painted in 1986. This lesson, organized collaboratively with The Children's Storefront gives local students the opportunity to examine and reflect on one of Haring's most influential landmarks.
During this lesson the children learned about Keith Haring and what kind of artwork he created. Then they had fun expressing painting an entire car in Haring-inspired imagery!
Sent in by a school in Germany, this class created the perfect Haring-style table settings.
Parent and student volunteers went to Greenfield Elementary School on the Martin Luther King Jr holiday to work together and paint Haring-inspired murals on the walls of the fourteen stairwell landings.
Create Haring-inspired holiday ornaments with children using this fun and easy project sent in to us by a high school in Kansas.
A fun and easy, project that will leave your walls full of color and energy.
5th grade students participated in a mural making activity based on the art of Keith Haring. The mural was presented to Rosemont Elementary School as a "thank you" gift for everyone at the school who as helped the 5th grade students.
This middle school in Australia used Keith Haring's dancing figures as inspiration for a mural on a water tank using characters that represent their school subjects.
Similar to Haring, tolerance and understanding are the main themes for two schools from the Middle East that created a mural together.