Fifth grade students recently unveiled thier Dioramas exhibit in the lobby of our school. After visiting The Hispanic Society of America on 157th Street and Broadway, students began working with a teaching artist from the Dia Art Foundation. The teaching artists taught the boys and girls how to create dioramas. Dioramas are 3-D displays of a picture or scene. These dioramas were created in boxes. Christine Hou (pictured above with students), from the Dia Art Foundation, made a special appearance at a 5th grade celebration to tell students what a wonderful job they did. "They did such a great job", said Christine. The dioramas will only be in the lobby during the for a short time. But, the Hispanic Society of America is open all year and is FREE!