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Summer Camp Day 3 Photos

The kids are having a blast this week. They have been busy creating t-shirts, stickers, creating robots, anatomy, dental impressions, crime scene, fingerprinting, welding and checking tire pressure, alignment and LOTS more!!
Check out the photos from SUN Tech Camp 2015 Day 2. Be sure to follow us on Facebook & Twitter and give us a “LIKE” .  Come see us in the New Berlin parade tomorrow night. #sunareatech

 

ROBOTICS

 

 

             

HEALTH SCIENCE & SAFETY

AUTO/COLLISION CAMP

WELDING

ADVERTISING ART & DESIGN

Advertising Art Visits and Helps at the Lewisburg Arts Festival

The Advertising Art & Design students spent the day in Lewisburg on a field trip to help out with the Art Festival and peruse the many creative businesses in town, such as the Bucknell Gallery, The Urban Post and The Open Door Gallery. They also checked out the Scholastic Art Exhibit at the Packwood House Museum. Congratulations go out to Leah Marquette for receiving a first place award in the drawing category and to Joseph Colyer who received a third place in Computer Design & Graphics. Zachary Bronish, Dawn Franck, Krista Paige and Leann Yerger also had artwork that was chosen for display at the gallery. Rose Nissley, 2012 graduate of the program received a first place award for a pencil drawing in the adult category! Keep your eyes and ears open for these up and coming artists in our local area- there are sure to be many great opportunities in store for them in their future creative endeavors!

Team Teaching with Advertising Art and Cosmetology

Jacob Schell, Advertising Art & Design student presents his salon branding designs to Cosmetology student, Amanda Klinger.

Team Teaching with Cosmetology and Ad Art

Team Teaching with Cosmetology and Ad Art

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SUN Tech High School Seniors Help Continue the Tradition of Art Education

2014 Ad Art class in their Dress Down Day T-Shirts

2014 Ad Art class in their Dress Down Day T-Shirts

The SUN Tech Advertising Art & Design students wore their dress down day t-shirts in support of the Sunbury YMCA Art Center. Jacob Schell, bottom left, created the winning design using Adobe Illustrator and screen printed the shirts with the help of several classmates. The first and third Friday of each month, students can pay $2 to wear the t-shirt with jeans instead of the required uniform that they normally wear. Mary Jo Tavares, director of the Art Center uses the money, which we donate at the end of the school year, to pay for art classes for children who show an interest and talent in art but may not have the money to pay for classes.

You can see the t-shirt design on our Facebook page.

Advertising Art Student Gets Honorable Mention for Art Exhibit

Kayla Reynolds, an Advertising Art & Design student at SUN Area Technical Institute, received an honorable mention award at the Packwood House Museum’s 35th annual Scholastic Arts Exhibit for an ink drawing titled “Overflow.”Kayla Reynolds, an Advertising Art & Design student at SUN Area Technical Institute, received an honorable mention award at the Packwood House Museum’s 35th annual Scholastic Arts Exhibit for an ink drawing titled “Overflow.”

Design a Beautiful Future with Advertising Art and Design

Kyla Scholl and Aubrey Shirk

Kyla Scholl and Aubrey Shirk

Advertising Art students enter contests and compete for awards and prizes while building their portfolios for their future in the graphic design industry. Kyla Scholl and Aubrey Shirk show off the sneakers they designed for the Van’s Custom Culture Sneaker Design Contest.

Students in Advertising Art and Design will learn artistic skills that transcend media such as  layout, color theory and typography as well as web specific skills like web design and animation using Adobe Creative Suite.

Interested in seeing more projects from the Ad Art program? Visit the Advertising Art gallery on Facebook.  For more information, check out the Advertising Art and Design page, or contact your guidance counselor to schedule a tour of SUN Tech.

Ad Art Graduate Visits from Edinboro University

Brittany Kistler, a 2011 graduate of Advertising Art and Design, came back to visit and share her portfolio with current SUN Tech students. She is currently attending Edinboro Unversity in the Studio Arts program. Thanks for taking time our of your winter break to share your artwork and discuss college life with us!

Advertising Art Decorates Post Office for the Holidays

The Ad Art class of 2012 poses in front of their window art at the New Berlin Post Office.

The Ad Art class of 2012 poses in front of their window art at the New Berlin Post Office.

Advertising Art & Design students at SUN Area Technical Institute painted the New Berlin Post Office windows for the holiday season as a community service project. Top row, l to r: Kayla Reynolds, Megan Shank, Kyla Scholl, Mariah Propst; Bottom row: Kaitlin Reichenbach and Marlena Shaffer

Ad Art Students Show off Their Skills

Here are just a few recent projects from the Advertising Art and Design class of 2012. Enjoy!

Ad Art on Display at Shikellamy High School

The display case at Shikellamy High School has been updated to feature our Ad Art program.

Ad Art featured at Shikellamy High School

Out with the old and in with the new! Our display at Shikellamy High School is now featuring Advertising Art and Design.  Our Co-op Coordinator Joe Weisser visited the school and said,

During my time at Shik this morning administrators, counselors, administrative assistants, teachers, and students stopped by and commended us on our vibrant displays, creativity, and punctual changes. Many of the students and staff know this as our little message area from SUN.  One teacher said it is the best display case in the high school.  Kudos to all that ‘Makes this Happen’ for us!

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Students Make Signs for Christkindle Market

Ad Art Students and their Christkindle Signs

Advertising Art & Designstudents painted four “Christkindl Market of Mifflinburg” directional signs. Pictured  are Marlena Shaffer, Megan Shank, Kayla Reynolds, Kyla Scholl and Mariah Propst. The signs were constructed and base coated by the Carpentry students.