The Art of Janice Lowry

By Sarah Patton, Miranda Konkoly, Baily Ludwick, and Tatiana Rodriguez, AD&A Museum Interns

Janice Lowry (1946–2009) was known for her use of various media and techniques to create collages and assemblage art. The AD&A Museum interns have developed three education modules introducing and learning about Janice Lowry and assemblage art for K-12 and university students. Follow the instructions below to make your own collage, photomontage, assemblage art, and art journal inspired by Janice Lowry!

Kindergarten Level Module

Middle/High School Level Modules

College Level Modules


The education modules were developed by Art, Design & Architecture Museum Interns Sarah Patton, Miranda Konkoly, Baily Ludwick, and Tatiana Rodriguez, who all worked in the Education and Outreach Program during 2021–22. Click to learn more about the AD&A Museum Internship Program: https://museum.ucsb.edu/learn/internship.

Blog post organized by AD&A Museum Intern Lexi Rivera.

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