Lessons for Artists

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  • Carmen Lomas Garza - … , resist, and survive. Chicano/a artistic practices nurtured continuity and tradition through alternate narratives of the artist’s self and community at … claims a rightful place for herself and other Mexican-American artists within the art historical tradition. 5 Questions for Further Discussion … the importance of family interactions from her childhood recollections.The artist found support and nurturing within her family at a time …
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  • The Storm That Swept Mexico | Lesson Plan: Revolutionary Art - … communication and education Understand the influence of historical events on artistic and cultural movements Understand the political and social issues presented … artists working in? What are some common themes that artists were addressing in their work? According to the film, how are the artists … , radio, graffiti, architecture, etc) Culminating Activity Assessment: Mural Making and Artist Statement Using the film module and previous activities as a …
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  • Critiquing Art - … . AED(5) Visual Arts 7. Associate a particular artistic style with an individual artist. TC2(3-5) 1. Use input and output … . AED(5) Visual Arts 7. Associate a particular artistic style with an individual artist. TC2(3-5) 1. Use input and output … . AED(5) Visual Arts 7. Associate a particular artistic style with an individual artist. TC2(3-5) 1. Use input and output … a particular artistic style with an individual artist. AED(5) Visual Arts7. Associate a particular artistic style with an individual artist.TC2(3-5 …
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  • Impressionism And Beyond - … these artists. How are they alike? What makes each artist unique? To conclude the lesson, show students works by the following artists: Vincent … are they different? How did the artists break away from the Impressionists? (Many of these artists continued to show real-life subject … . 2 points: Students demonstrated a satisfactory understanding of Impressionism, including artistic styles and techniques; developed a clear, complete description of the …
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  • Tessellations - … . The latter promotes originality, imagination, and creativity. COMPONENT/ OBJECTIVE: Artistic Perception: Each artist will identify the simple shape that helped create his … one of the outlined shapes. This activity continues until all artists' suggestions are exhausted and comprehension is assumed. The teacher writes … completes the activity sequence. Closure: The artists will form cooperative groups of approximately four. Each artist will describe the simple shape he …
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  • To Tell the Truth - … or so "Artist Fact Sheets" with the name of famous artists on them and a short list of facts about that artist (his … their guess. We are only looking for ONE artist. One of the artists at the front of the room is who we … minute! Recommended Books: Jumpstart Artist software by Knowledge Adventure; Activity Guide by Andrea Mulder-Slater Budding artists can get a jumpstart on … techniques of great painters and artists such as Monet, van Gogh, Rembrant, da Vinci, over 80 artists from the Renaissance to the …
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  • Comparing Artists - … of Characters Lesson Plan: Comparing Artists Purpose: To help students understand that artists influence other artists and that artists working at the same time … several artists, they will write a 1-3 page essay comparing one artist's work with other artists and describe how an artist may … introduces the style elements of each artist, and one artist to whom to compare him/her. Artists: 1) Emil Armin's brand of …
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  • The Mystique of the Artist - … give us a glimpse into the soul of the artist. If an artist's work interests you, you sometimes wonder how it … they form about the personality of this artist. Pay particular attention to: what the artist chooses to paint the objects he owns … ? What are some ways that artists can exert power? 2. Challenge students to identify a modern artist maybe someone in the local … the artist's work, or invite the artist into the classroom as a guest speaker. Computer Option Students could research an artist online …
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  • Get Surreal - … Questions for Discussion: -What makes someone an "artist"? Can anyone and everyone be an "artist"? -What is the origin of the word … an "artist"? How do the films capture this personal development? What aspects of the artists' lives make them "tormented" or "starving" artists, if … Artcyclopedia (http://www.artcyclopedia.com/history/surrealism.html) discusses important artists, pieces, and impact of the Surrealism movement. Academic Content Standards …
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  • Gaining Ground - … names of the artists and the titles of each work. Explain that Traylor and Edmondson are "outsider" folk artists, artists who have not always been recognized as established artists. Allow students time to share their … art show that pairs "outsider" artists with professionally trained artists, choosing work from both types of artists that is visually or conceptually related …
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