$2,800+ per class, student club, sorority or fraternity–maximum class size 40
Integrated into schedule of classes or scheduled after class day for one term,
Gifted student classes preferred. Motivated classes, clubs, or organizations–mandatory.
Corporate, company, civic, and private citizen groups are welcome.
View the website of internationally-recognized artist, Patrick Morelli, www.MorelliART.com
Home/studio: Loudonville, New York
Cost: $2,800+ dependent upon scheduling, locations, assistant art teacher or student, art supplies, and shop and woodworking ability to create seven-foot “We Are One” wood (MDO board used by DOT for signage) figures of “Mr. and Ms. Globehead” from templates provided by artist.
A unique, nationally-recognized on-going art education program conducted 1990 to the present in New York City Public Middle and High Schools, Middle Schools and High Schools in Shenendehowa School District (Clifton Park, NY) and Amsterdam, High School, (Amsterdam, NY)
Photos f class teams and permanent works of art–seven-foot “We Are One” figures–upon request.
Exhibitions–NYC City Hall, National Arts Club, Shenendehowa Central School District annual Shensational Exhibition to celebrate diversity, inclusion, creativity, and team work
Dependent upon artist’s professional commitments, major public art projects, national speaking engagements, and university teaching or guest lecturer, seminars and corporate inclusion and HR programs–regionally and nationally.
To create for each class, five, seven-foot “We Are One” figures (Mr. and Ms. Globehead) painted with original designs created by student teams and classes to promote tolerance and human understanding, creativity and teamwork, self-esteem and pride in one’s community and country.
Log onto the artist’s website–www.MorelliART.com. Table of Contents–“We Are One” art education program
The seven-foot “We Are One” figures are permanent works of art, weather resistant, easy to carry and to store, and ideal for school celebrations, graduations, theater and stage productions, orientation–unique, visually-inspiring and engaging, and almost unlimited in application exhibited individually or in a composition of figures, free-standing, joined with hinges at the hands and feet, painted with water-based paint–universal in themes that promote tolerance and human understanding, as well as creativity and self-esteem.
See artist’s website:
Ten-foot, bronze “Roots”-inspired “Behold” national Monument to Dr. King
King National Historical Park, Atlanta, Georgia
“Eagle Rock September 11th Memorial”
West Orange, NJ overlooking the former site of the Twin Towers
“Behold” Infant sculpture–Permanent Collection
Smithsonian American Art Museum Washington, DC
The artist is a featured guest or keynote speaker at schools and universities and a presenter, nationally, of an inspiring PowerPoint illustration and history of his working with Mrs. Coretta Scott King and notable Civil Rights leaders in the creation of the ten-foot in the creation of the 10-foot “Behold” Monument to Dr. King at the King National Historical Park in Atlanta, Georgia,
The artist is often invited to review art and design portfolios of graduating high school seniors and university and college students completing a graduate degree.
Portfolio reviews include personal interviews with students to discuss and advise them on developing career goals, discussing and suggesting preparation and techniques essential for success in applying for a job and building a career in the visual arts, arts administration and art promotion or representation.
Patrick Morelli–artist, educator, advisor, national speakerAssociated Acts/Performances