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The Night Gallery
Bush artists showcase work at NEISD Night Gallery. (More)
Works of Art
Bush's art students working hard on a new assignment that is sure to brighten up our hallways soon. (More)
Luminaria Contemporary Festival
On Saturday, Nov. 10 from 7:00 PM to 12:00 AM, Luminaria is hosting an after-dark contemporary arts festival in downtown San Antonio. Over 50 artists will show off their art in celebration of San Antonio’s 300 year anniversary.   “I reall (More)
Get To Know Your Brahmas: Q&A With Mrs. Pitman
Mrs. Bianca Pitman is a new art teacher and has been teaching art for 18 years. She also enjoys practicing photography as a hobby. Q: How do you like MacArthur? A: I am enjoying my first time so far; I really like the Mac art team that I work wit (More)
DECA paves the way for smooth sailing in business lines of work
by Lauryn Hughes | staff writer With some ink and paper, senior Brooklin Harris creates a watercolor piece. Harris has a dream to one day own her own business featuring watercolors, calligraphy, and baking. She has already gotten a head start by h (More)
Get to Know Your Brahmas: Q&A with Angelina Sandoval
Angelina Sandoval by Nastasha Vallejo (More)
2016 Night Gallery
On April 27 and 28 Blossom Athletic Center held the annual Night Gallery that lets students display their art. Here are some of the many featured art pieces from MacArthur students.   [gallery type="rectangular" size="medium" ids="32378,32 (More)
New Art Teacher
New Art Teacher Lots of people don’t know her but she is the new art teacher, and I thought we should give her a big Garner welcome and make her feel like she is at home. I took some time with Ms. Mosqueda to ask her what are some fun things to kn (More)
MacArter: Mr.Ricketts and his Paint Brushes
Pencils, charcoal, acrylic paint, watercolor, gouache, pastels. Mr. Ricketts loves them all. For 30 years, Mr. Ricketts has been teaching art at MacArthur High School. He's had his art sold and shown all over the country, and he shares his passion (More)
Art students succeed in Scholastic Art & Writing competition
by Max Rios | staff writer Artists across the Johnson campus have been sending in their genres of pieces to the Scholastic Art & Writing competition. Over the break, 24 art students\' pieces were presented with “Honorable Mention”, 14 pieces w (More)
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