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The Benjamin Logan Middle School is a part of the Benjamin Logan Local School District rural campus which is located six miles outside of Bellefontaine. The Middle School serves grades five through eight with an enrollment of approximately 530 students. We stress academic rigor and relevance, the importance of responsible citizenship, and development of each student’s abilities and interest. Benjamin Logan Middle School is one of the top rated Middle School in the area.  Go Raiders! 

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Visiting Artists

The Benjamin Logan Middle School art room welcomes 3 visiting artists this school year by way of the Ohio Arts Council’s TeachArtsOhio program.  Mrs. Jennifer Davis, BLMS art instructor, was awarded grant funding to host 2 artist residencies.  Several artworks created by groups of students will be added to the middle school’s permanent art collection.

Benjamin Logan Middle School is thrilled to welcome mosaic artist Vicki Murphy back again this year.  During the first semester students worked on several mosaic projects, both in groups and as individuals.  All students created a mosaic tile to begin the process, followed by personal projects which again featured stained glass and mirror.  The 8th and 7th graders brought substrates from home to mosaic over.  They created mosaic work over a variety of objects: everything from vases and frames, to a ukulele and a ram’s skull.  The results are incredible!  The 6th graders created clay substrates in their own creative style.  Students made various clay shapes to mosaic over.  Some unique shapes were fish, block O’s and cool geometric images.  The mosaic work over the clay is stunning.  The 5th graders designed mandala images over a square wood substrate.  The symmetrical uses of glass and mirror are impressive!  The 2nd semester students will also be creating individual mosaic artworks for themselves.

The art students in both 1st semester and 2nd semester are creating group mosaic works of art for the front entrance of the middle school.  The 8th graders are creating mosaic designs with broken ceramic tile and thick mirror over 2 concrete benches.  The 7th and 6th graders are making mosaic images over bowling balls.  The gorgeous and reflective spheres will be added into the landscaping.  Thank you to Mr. Alexander for his assistance with installing the bowling balls in the spring.  The 5th graders are creating a final vine to install onto the exterior wall of the middle school.  Thank you to the maintenance department for their assistance in the display last spring and this coming spring.  We are excited to add to our amazing mosaic installation.

Also happening during 2nd semester is the beginning of many STEAM activities.  Artists Jan Fedorenko and Bev Finkel will teach lessons in mobile making.  Art students in grades 5, 6, 7 & 8 will create artworks with movement.  STEAM is STEM with the arts…science, technology, engineering, arts & math.  Students will use a variety of recycled materials and other media to create awesome personal mobile-related artworks.  Groups of students will also create large-scale artworks for permanent display in the middle school’s media center. 

Mrs. Davis and the art students would like to thank the community, families, and various businesses that have supported the special projects and artist residencies.  Special thanks also to the Ohio Arts Council for funding these wonderful residencies.  Lastly, thank you to the BLMS staff and the BL administration for their constant support of the visual arts program.  We invite you to join us on May 7 to celebrate the artistic achievements of our students at the Evening With the Arts show.  Our mosaics and mobiles will be featured, as well as other artworks created throughout the school year.


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Student Mosaic Art Pieces


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