Each year Upper Division students participate in their own version of Inktober. Inktober is a month long art challenge that focuses on improving skills and developing positive drawing habits.
Every day for the month of October participants create a drawing, often inspired by a one word prompt.
At Casady, Inktober is a challenge that isn't limited to using only ink for the art piece, however each piece must incorporate the use of ink in some way.
"For the last three years we have done our own Casady version of Inktober," said Mrs. Amanda Pardue, a member of the Upper Division Visual Arts Department. "This is a great opportunity for all students, not just current art students, to explore a new medium and have their work on display! The variety and complexity of submissions is always very exciting."
Selected submissions are displayed on the walls of the Records Building for all Upper Division students to enjoy and share in their classmates' creative process.
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Casady School is an independent, co-educational, college preparatory, Episcopal day school serving students in pre-k-12. Educating Mind, Body, and Spirit.