SCCDSB Connecting heARTs
Share your hearts! #sccdsb
How many hearts can we share to show that we all really care? Get inspired by our examples and ideas from local artists!
Create your own heart art. Your heart is a sign of hope, to show who you are and to pray for others. Then post your heart on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with the hashtag #sccdsb and share a photo of your art, or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org and it will appear on this site.
We will be regularly posting submissions we get on this site and over social media. We can't wait for you to connect with your heART!!!
Featured Local Artists
Get INSPIRED! Local artists give art lessons in a variety of styles. Check out these videos to get an idea for your own heART creation!
Melissa teaches at St. Anne School in Blenheim. In this video she shows how to create heart art in the style of Tom Thompson using acrylic paint on canvas.
Moses Lunham is from Kettle and Stony Point First Nation. Here he shows how to create heart art with acrylic paint on canvas: what you love and what you hope for.
Kathryn is an Arts teacher at Ursuline College in Chatham. Here she shows you how to create your own stained glass heart of hope.
Alishia teaches at Monsignor Uyen school in Chatham. In this video she shows how to create raised salt art.
Stewart is a local artists who resides in Sarnia-Lambton. In this video he shows how he creates digital heart art.
Tracy is a local artist based out of Sarnia Lambton. For this project she submitted two videos. The first (below) uses paper, pencil, and primary colours! The second video (right) uses paper and markers to create a "world heart" art piece.