December   14   the   Billings   Public   Schools   8th Grade   Art    Exhibition    Reception    in    the   Young Artists'    Gallery    in    Yellowstone    Art    Museum opened. The   YAM   always   supports   young   talents.   The staff   of   the   museum   team   up   with   teachers   and create     interesting,     exciting     projects.     Until January   14,   inclusive,   you   can   look   at   what   the young    artists    of    Billings    created.    They    have something     to     surprise!     For     example,     they created   a   real   game   empire   from   empty   boxes of   pizza:   desktop   soccer,   slot   machines. And   it's not   just   dummies   -   they   really   work.   And   the guys    were    thinking    about    super    heroes    and    teenage    problems.    So    you    can    see    the characters   you   are   familiar   with   with   problem   skin,   self-doubt,   an   attempt   to   understand   what   place   they   have   in   this   world.   Super- heroes - teenagers - this is a really cool topic and it helps schoolchildren reconcile with the peculiarities of their age. "With   my   class   we   took   that   idea   of   Super-heroes   parody   and   combine   it   with   issues   middle-school   deal   with:   puberty,   social   groups, what   they   wearing,   social   media,   things   they   concern   with   and   we   imagine   how   super   hero   will   look   if   they   were   in   school   and   deal with   the   same   things.   So   all   we   created   for   this   exhibition   was   based   on   this   topic",      -   said Tori   Wardrip,   6-7-8th   grade   teacher   in   Lewis and Clark school  
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December     14     the     Billings Public   Schools   8th   Grade   Art Exhibition    Reception    in    the Young     Artists'      Gallery      in Yellowstone      Art      Museum opened. The    YAM    always    supports young    talents.    The    staff    of the    museum    team    up    with teachers          and          create interesting,   exciting   projects. Until   January   14,   inclusive,   you   can look    at    what    the    young    artists    of Billings       created.       They       have something   to   surprise!   For   example, they    created    a    real    game    empire from   empty   boxes   of   pizza:   desktop soccer,   slot   machines.   And   it's   not just    dummies    -    they    really    work. And   the   guys   were   thinking   about super      heroes and       teenage problems.      So you     can     see the    characters you               are familiar        with with      problem skin,            self- doubt,            an attempt           to   what          place they     have     in this           world. Super-heroes   -   teenagers   -   this   is   a   really   cool   topic   and   it helps schoolchildren reconcile with the peculiarities of their age. "With   my   class   we   took   that   idea   of   Super-heroes   parody   and combine   it   with   issues   middle-school   deal   with:   puberty,   social groups,   what   they   wearing,   social   media,   things   they   concern with   and   we   imagine   how   super   hero   will   look   if   they   were   in school   and   deal   with   the   same   things.   So   all   we   created   for   this exhibition   was   based   on   this   topic",      -   said   Tori   Wardrip,   6-7-8th grade teacher in Lewis and Clark school  
Johnson’s Billings News
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They are read.  We are Quoted!!!
  Must visit: super-heroes in YAM made by teenagers in Billings