In the time I have been off this site, I have been busy doing other things (in addition to being a full-time art educator):
- I earned a second Masters degree in August of 2018, Master in Learning Technologies from The Ohio State University. It was fully online and that experience taught me a lot about good visuals and using interactive design for learning.
- I started designing instructional websites (using WP and Google Classroom) both for myself and co-workers, family.
- I migrated my photography energies to Instagram, so I am no longer posting daily or weekly challenges for myself on this site.
My school website, which is basically a newsletter for my school community and has explanations/examples of our art curriculum is at http://www.lgirbino.com/
I added a new Symbaloo to that site, with some of my new favorite creative apps, which can be accessed here- https://www.symbaloo.com/mix/elementary-upartwebmix
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,300 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 22 trips to carry that many people.
Click here to see the complete report.
Back at it, just weekly instead if daily. Happy New Year!
Two years of 365 Challenge done! I learned that doing something like this is good to develop your creative eye, that sometimes just getting it in is an accomplishment, and probably there are a few gems among the tons of average stuff. Taking a break and then, starting a 52 Challenge.
The book is what I started it all.
Look who I found at the local antique fair.
Only 3 more to go, then I plan on transitioning to a “52 Challenge” (weekly repeat).
This is a foliage picture I ran through the Glaze app. It reminds me of trees in medieval tapestries.
Well, I am taking my good old time finishing off my #365 Challenge. I just want those last few images to be special.
The garden beds are putting on one last show before fall really sets in.