Ms. Briana's Anthropology & Art focused on the Ancient Nazca culture of the Andes. She showed the class images of Nazca Lines - a collection of geoglyphs made by altering the surface layer of the ground.
The Nazca Lines tie into our theme of Space, the Final Frontier, because their entire scope was designed to be seen from aerial views. Ms. Briana then prompted the class to create their own version. Students were challenged to design on the wall rather than the traditional table space in front of them. This allows them the ability to step back more easily and see their work from a viewer's perspective. They used sand, glue, and butcher paper to make this artwork and had a lot of fun working together!