Lessons for Artists

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  • Looking and Learning in the Art Museum - Lesson 1 - … art by the same artist. Include artworks for which the artist is best known, and which underscore the artist's unique approach or … . Optional: You can weave biographical and historical information about the artist into this discussion. 6. Divide students into small groups and … history of art Furthering scholarship about art Promoting creativity and artistic expression Providing communities with opportunities for social interaction and entertainment …
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  • Spiritual Space - … the artistic innovations of the early Renaissance. research and write about an early Renaissance artist, focusing on religious works made by the artist and the artist's connections to the Catholic … . Students should include one image of the artist's work, and analyze how the artist used space in the image to create …
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  • IdahoPTV NTTI Lesson Plan: Environment as Art - … , biographies and interviews with the artists. PBS -Art: 21 - James Turrell http://www.pbs.org/art21/ artists/turrell/ This site provides links … , and circulation around an artwork impact the environment. An environmental artist also has material, permit, and construction costs. Other research questions … .christojeanneclaude.net /) and Robert Smithson ( http:// www.robertsmithson.com/) websites. Artists build models to aid in the installation of the artwork …
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  • Creating a North Carolina Gallery - … North Carolina art and artists. You must now decide which artists to include in this gallery. Since several artists in the Museum's … this artist from? Questions like What important events occurred during the artist's life? and How is North Carolina reflected in the artist … . Groups may add works from other North Carolina artists featured in "North contributions of artists in North Carolina Carolina Connections." Each exhibition …
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  • Elementary Lesson Plans - … - Recognize selected individual style characteristics of an artist. 5.06 - Compare and contrast selected major artists and artwork. 6.01 - Respond to … creating their own reproduction of an artist. The students will be given a list of artists to choose from and then they … . Teachers can create their own list of artists based on their study of different artists and time periods. During the lesson I …
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  • Back to the Future - … research the works of this artist, focusing on the following questions: - With what materials does this artist usually work? - What is the most common color scheme of the artist's work? - What types of images reoccur in the artist … , and other stylistic features of this artist. Work should be displayed around the classroom, either by artists or by image. Further Questions …
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  • Comic Renditions - … a New Cachet" (one per student) -research materials on different artistic styles and schools (art history textbooks, encyclopedias, computers with Internet … comic strip in the style of a famous artist. You may choose an artist that you have studied or one that you … "Peanuts," "Little Orphan Annie" and "Superman"). Randomly assign groups different artistic styles and comics. Groups then research the answers to the … something that is popular cannot be truly artistic? Why? - Why do you think a talented artist would choose to create comic strip …
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  • In the Eye of the Beholder - … /teachers/featured_articles/20071026friday.html (one per student) -images of folk artist Howard Finster's work: "Self-Portrait Poster" (http://www.finster … is known as an outside artist or visionary artist, which some experts consider as a type of folk artist. Folk art, according to … she said, "He wasn't an artist, and he didn't think of himself as an artist"? f. Why do you think … /independentlens/offthemap/ which highlights ten "backyard paradises" created by visionary artists from all over the world, including Mr. Finster. Groups or …
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  • The Life and Times of Frida Kahlo - … : Art Beat at School Examine how life experiences can inspire artistic expression and consider what environmental issues can be explored through … the 21st Century Explore public sculptures and memorials. Discuss how artists' interpretations of history can influence perceptions of the past. Grade … work of Picasso and his transition from apolitical to political artist. Analyze Picasso's Guernica for imagery, line, composition, color, shape …
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  • Tempera versus Oil Paint - … to help students in this activity.) In the early Renaissance, artists created paintings with powdered, colored pigments mixed with egg yolk … them in their paintings. The success of these techniques encouraged artists to strive for representing reality rather than religious subjects in … or drawing, a method for depicting three-dimensional form. An artist traditionally uses hatching and subtle gradations of light and dark …
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