Cheatham Middle School (CMS) has challenged their students for the second consecutive year to research, collaborate, and design a living art masterpiece. CMS students exceeded the expectations for this project. The live art gallery project, as it known at CMS, utilized 41 student groups from across 3 grade levels. Students had to research actual works of art and then collaborate as a team in order to design a representational living work of art. The project was brought to Cheatham Middle School by Assistant Principal Ryan Philipp as a part of his goal to enrich the learning experience of CMS students through engaging projects. The project was conducted last year with great success, however; this year the live art gallery brought in hundreds of visitors from around the community. The video below showcases the hard work and determination of CMS students.
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