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Hispanic art

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Hispanic art. Get inspired and try out new things.
Materials: cardboard, pencil, glue, foil, spray adhesive, cotton swabs, permanent markers     1.) Students drew a simple outline of an a...

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Amate painting art project for kids. This traditional Latin American painting style is perfect for Hispanic Heritage month, or any time of the year!

During Hispanic Heritage month learn about traditional Amate painting style on tree bark by doing a verion with kids by painting on crumpled paper bags.

The Seeds of Love that we plant in our children continue to grow for generations. Artwork by Laura Vazquez Rodriguez

The Seeds of Love that we plant in our children continue to grow for generations. Artwork by Laura Vazquez Rodriguez

Spanish Bulletin Board - Frida Kahlo art and culture lesson by Mister Senor

Description Create a fun and colorful bulletin board for your classroom or school! Bring the colorful culture of Mexico and Frida Kahlo to your school today by creating a class mural. Let students color your classroom or hall with this step-by-step directions packet and materials list. Great for cultures lessons or clubs. Capture your school´s attention during Hispanic Heritage month (Sept 15-Oct 15). Make sure to follow my store for more great projects incorporating art, culture, and…

Chicano Primero

Students have long played a prominent role in social and political activism. On the afternoon of February 1, 1960, four students from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, a b…

Okay it's romantic. But I'm distracted by those beautiful horses. [artist:Jesús Helguera ]<<<Absolutely!

Jesús Enrique Emilio de la Helguera Espinoza was born in Chihuahua, Mexico.Jesús first gained interest in the arts during primary school and would often be found wandering the halls of the Del Prado Museum.