As technology becomes increasingly present in the classroom, teachers’ roles as mentors & learning facilitators continue to grow. How do educators make sense of what youth are producing today — driven by interests & passion — and mediated by digital tools & openly networked platforms? This outstanding webinar, hosted by Jon Barilone of the Connected […]
Tag: Sirron Norris
KQED Art School is thrilled to announce the winner of our cartoon drawing contest, Ms. KC Pamintuan, a 13-year-old student from Glendale, CA. Our esteemed contest judge, artist Sirron Norris, and all of us at KQED were impressed by KC’s excellent rendering of her favorite historical figure, Johannes Gutenberg.
Sirron Norris and KQED’s Art School program invite you to participate in a cartoon portrait contest. Visit the the Art School website to view Sirron’s lessons on drawing cartoons with emotion and drawing in perspective, then use them as inspiration create a cartoon portrait of your favorite person or historical figure that’s important to you, […]
We are big fans of San Francisco artist Sirron Norris featured him in an Art School episode about his work as a painter and animator. Youth media producers at BayCat are also admirers of Sirron’s work, and we recently discovered this terrific video interview with the artist where he discusses the details in his murals, his dog Rosie, the difference between street art and graffiti, and his personal history.
Murals by Sirron Norris can be found throughout San Francisco. Whether inside of restaurants, on roll-up doors of local businesses, or on the walls of The City’s famed Balmy Alley, his cartoon-style artwork is instantly recognizable and loved by children of all ages. Check out his interview: Sirron is a teaching artist working in several […]