Lessons for Artists

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  • Enjoying Puerto Rican Artists - … , shadows, etc. When complete, have students select an artist and one of the artist s works of art. Once students have made … . Shark s Ink: Rafael Ferrer http://www.sharksink.com/artists.asp?artists=17 This site provides a very brief biography of Rafael … selected Puerto Rican artists and discuss the works and the artists using basic art terms, present information on the artists, and form opinions …
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  • Different Points - … themselves and their families. The role of the artist changed as well; artists needed the ability to capture a pleasing likeness of … work of art. Artist Includes thoughts Includes a multitude of Thoughts and ideas of artist and and of both artist thoughts and ideas of subject are persuasive and Subject and subject. both artist and subject …
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  • Process - Julie Chen: Thinking Outside the Book - … might it be important for the artist to consider the viewer when planning and creating an artist book? Students will: Explore the … materials, tools and techniques observed during the video segment. (The artist uses paper of different colors, weights, textures, and patterns; works … evidence of this approach in the artist's books. Students will find other books by the artist at the Flying Fish Press … how the artist incorporates text and images. Julie Chen says that an artist's book "is a book made by an artist with …
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  • Belarusian Waltz: Art As a Form of Protest - … cases involving artwork and any surrounding issues (for example, censorship, artistic expression in public schools, political commentary). Have students break into … debate around the question: "Does the First Amendment effectively protect artistic freedom?" Consider whether political cartoons are a form of art … cases involving artwork and any surrounding issues (for example, censorship, artistic expression in public schools, political commentary). Have students break into …
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  • Not Just Another Pretty Face The Gargoyle - … for specific locations within their communities. Finally, they write artists' statements explaining their artistic decisions and creative processes. Estimated Duration: Eight one … United States drawing paper, pens, ink Vocabulary: artist's statement statement by an artist reflecting on his or her intent in creating … Attachment C, Rubric for Gargoyle Attachment D, Artist's Statement Attachment E, Rubric for Artist's Statement DRAFT 7 Not Just Another …
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  • Pictures and Poetry - … , Teacher Assessment Rubric. See also Attachment B, Artist's Statement, and Attachment B1, Artist's Statement Rubric. Instructional Procedures: Before the first … can keep daily journals to help develop their artists' statements. Students can create their artist statements in poetic form. Students can cut … Attachments: Attachment A, Teacher Assessment Rubric Attachment B, Artist's Statement Attachment B1, Artist's Statement Rubric Attachment C, Photograph Assignment Sheet …
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  • Bolshoi Ballet Director in Acid Attack - … the article are most interesting and which are most boring. artistic / hospital / acid / attacked / witnesses / eyesight / treatment / decisions / world-famous / permission … . He became the company's artistic director in 2008. (12) ____ , including the People's Artist of the Russian Federation award in … Bolshoi Ballet founded? a) doctor b) ballet dancer c) artistic director d) artist and sculptor a) 1775 b) 1776 c) 1777 d … director became in the 2008 company's artistic. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORD (20 PAIRS) The artistic / artistry director of Russia's Bolshoi …
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  • Exhibiting Common Threads - … draw thoughtful, insightful conclusions regarding the desired intentions of the artists. Extensions: - Students research museum careers, specifically those involved with exhibitions … 9–12 (“Proficient”) Artistic Perception 1.3–Research and analyze the work of an artist and write about the artist’s distinctive style … , showing understanding of the work of critics, historians, aestheticians, and artists. 5. Reflecting upon and Assessing the Characteristics and Merits of …
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  • Art History Goes Graphic - … from that reflects the art history curriculum. Include some contemporary artists about whom information is available for students in their research … style of their illustrations with that of their chosen artist and reflect the artist’s colour palette in the colour scheme for … , emphasis, balance, etc.) Content and Art History Information about the Artist Elements of the Short Story (setting, character, conflict, rising action …
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  • How Lessons From the Past can Inspire New Art - … Visual Arts Standards California Department of Education Standard 1.0 Artistic Perception: Processing, analyzing, and responding to sensory information through the … art and his ideas on art inspire artists of his own time? Why did American artists like John Singleton Copley leave home … , if they had no chance of becoming a professional artist? Why do artists need to go to school? 4 The Huntington Library … George III Style the characteristic expression of an individual artist, or group of artists Texture the tactile (touchable) quality of the surface …
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