About this Blog

This blog is a collection of videos suitable for the K-12 classroom. All the videos included on this blog have been pre-screened. The blog was started as a class project at Montclair State University. Students in Harold Olejarz's Spring, 2011 class began adding videos in February, 2011. If you are interested in contributing to this blog please contact Harold Olejarz

Wednesday, October 26, 2011


How to Load a 35 mm Film Camera

Grid Drawing

Potters Wheel

Painting Techniques

2 Point Perspective

Beginner Pinch Pot

Relief Print

Water Color Techniques

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Korean Porcelain Trimming Skills

Korean Porcelain Trimming Skills w/ Moon Byeong Sik

Painting a river into a landscape

Discovering Roman Art

Ceramic Fluting


Drawing Hoodies

Drawing hands

Chalk art becomes 3d

Throwing A Ceramic Pot


Roy Lichtenstein Art Work

Dispersion in Photoshop

Photoshop tutorial on dispersion effect

Combining Two Images in Photoshop

How to Combine 2 Images Seamlessly in Photoshop

learn origami, make a paper frog


How to make a paper butterfly origami


Photoshop for beginners

Photoshop for Beginners - Layers

How to make a toilet Paper tube octopus


Make easy fabric wall art


Making a paper mache masquarade mask

Building a clay fish lesson

Drawing a Bird

Drawing a persons hair with pencil

The mona Lisa with MS Paint

chuck close paper print of Roy Lichtenstein

paint marker grafitti

paint markers

pop art slide show

Using a Bead Board

Painting a sky

Wall Decals

Toiler Paper Tube Octopus

How to blend pastels

Van Gogh

How to draw a rose

drawing trees simply

4th grade art lesson

Chuck Close

Lego Art

drawing an eye with pastels

oil pastels

marbling ideas

Crayola - water color

Crayon Wax Art Journal Entry

Art Journal Entry

Straw Painting

Creativity 3

Creativity 2


Color Wheel Project

Drawing: Eyes


Ceramics in Asia

Pinhole Photography

Batik How To

Encourage Creativity Through Art

Abstract Expressionism

Color Theory

Japanese Art Tutorial: Suminagashi

Creating Art from Light and Shadows

The Elements of Art

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

The Importance of Art Education

Sculpey Types

Oil Paint Marble Technique

Sculpting Lady Bugs

Mixed Media...Tissue Collage

Drawing lines in Adobe Illustrator

Signing your piece

Colored Ice Cube Painting

Art Journal Tutorial

How to Paint Pottery: Creating a Patchwork Effect on Pottery

How to Make a Vase out of Magazines

How To Make A Hand Print Painting

Pop Art Clay Portraits - Lesson Plan

Art is..Elements of Design

Western Spaghetti - by PES

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Circle Painting

This video shows a great way to get students to work together, to get community involved and to show students how to create an exhibition.

Adding motion to still images

Ken Burns is a director who uses still images in his movies. He is known for panning and zooming into still pictures to give them the sense of motion.

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Creative Trash Art Painting

Creative Recycling Ideas

Inflatable Street Art

I actually saw the guy working on them while at SVA.... he used to work in the SVA sculpture building.

Perspective 3D Street Art.....Amazing

Easy Art Journal out of Recycled Cloth.

Reconstruction of a Hate Crime

Primary Color Rap....hysterical

Name Symmetry

2nd Grade First Day of School Projects

Learning the Basic Colors