This is a video I created for a lesson I teach my elementary art classes about Pablo Picasso. Students use a clay slab and hand building techniques create a relief sculpture of a portrait abstracted in the style of Picasso. Students learn to make an abstract portrait by simplifying the shapes, combining multiple perspectives in one unified composition and utilizing textures to create contrast. I usually just post the videos demonstrating the art making techniques. I thought this time I might try including a little of the art history that inspired the project. This can make a wonderful easy sub plan or I use videos like this in a flipped classroom.
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Adapt Picasso-style cubist image into a three-dimensional soft sculpture. This project combines printmaking, drawing, acrylic painting, scupture and textile art to make an eye-catching piece! For detailed pdf instructions, a complete materials list and the national standards for visual arts, follow this link to the Blick web page: http://www.dickblick.com/lesson-plans/picasso-inspired-soft-sculpture/.
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http://elementaryartteachers.net Images of owls are a huge part of our culture. Not sure why but they are. I love design and I thought it would be cool to have my students to create an interesting design within an owl. The design could be simple or elaborate as zentangle designs. As long as the students filled up the owl with their unique design, I know that their finished product would look amazing once it's completed. For more free elementary art lessons plans download our 10 free art elementary art lesson at http://elementaryartteachers.net
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http:// elementaryartteachers.net Here is a cool lesson that you can use for your younger students. The project comes from a lesson on Aboriginal Art. For more free elementary art lessons plans download our 10 free art elementary art lesson at http://elementaryartteachers.net
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"Introduction to Cubism" Educational Program based on the exhibition "Libenský Brychtová for Armenia" at CCA. CCA launched a new educational program on June 24, 2015 based on the permanent exhibition "Libenský Brychtová for Armenia" in Sasuntsi Davit Gallery of the Cafesjian Center for the Arts. Like the exhibition, the program will be continuous and available for families, groups and schools at any time of the year. This program is a unique initiative to discover the artistic oeuvre of the Czech couple Libenský Brychtová, studio glass and graphic arts, as well as to perceive the link between the artists and cubism.
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How to Draw Cubism Art. Part of the series: Drawing Projects. Cubism art involves using pencils to create a variety of objects from as many sides as possible. Draw cubism art with help from an active art teacher in this free video on drawing lessons. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_8040264_draw-cubism-art.html
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In this video, Dr. Noirin Burke, the Explorers Education Officer, introduces students to interesting facts about starfish, using primary colours and creating Bubble Art. The Explorers Education Programme, www.explorers.ie, aims to integrate marine themes as closely as possible with lessons already taught in national schools through the Social, Environmental and Scientific Education (SESE) curriculum and other cross curricular subjects. Bubble Art Lesson Plan: http://www.marine.ie/NR/rdonlyres/683B7A66-B3C7-44AA-B4B9-311D48A3D35D/0/LessonPlanBubbleArtUnderstandingPaintandColour.pdf Lesson Plan written by Cushla Dromgool Regan, The Marine Institute, www.marine.ie Film presented by Dr. Noirin Burke, Explorers Education Officer Film written by Dr. Noirin Burke, Grace Windsor and Cushla Dromgool Regan, The Marine Institute Filmed and Edited by Grace Windsor, The Marine Institute
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For more information on Elementary art curriculum lesson plans Goto: http://www.artsattack.com Sometimes schools lack elementary art curriculum the “back to basic” tools to help students express individuality and creativity and the idea of accomplishment. Our lesson plans are written to keep you students engage. Art is the best way to allow your kids to express themselves. Arts Attack is great for preschoolers, elementary, primary, and middle schools. Learning can be fun, with Arts Attack’s art curriculum lesson plans at your school. Arts Attack Elementary Art Curriculum Lesson Plans are validated and widely adopted by experts as undergone rigorous review by various State Departments of Education and by the California After-School Resource Center (CASRC), resulting in statewide adoptions of the curriculum. Order Today! 1.888.760.2787
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A video lesson plan that teaches writing through art, written for a 5th grade ESL writing class. Worksheet and images for the lesson plan can be found here: http://polishedapple.weebly.com/lesson-plans--worksheets/esl-5th-grade-writing-comparing-and-contrasting
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Cubism lesson for children (unplanned video offers a raw/unedited peek at one of the ways we teach in our studio) A great lesson for children www.ClaudiaOlivos.com www.SergiOlivosM.com www.OlivosARTstudio.com www.OlivosARTstudiostore.com www.Twitter.com/olivosartstudio http://www.youtube.com/user/olivosARTstudio http://www.etsy.com/claudiaolivos http://www.Facebook.com Claudia-Olivos-and-Sergio-OlivosM
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Art can be a chaotic subject to teach, but teaching 'messy art' can also be adventurous and ambitious, and above all, hugely rewarding, with the right approach. In this programme, Art Coordinator Peter Sanders team teaches a Year 1 class on the subject of dark and light using charcoal and chalk with class teacher Sharon Owen from Berger Primary School, east London. The programme follows them through all the stages from planning the lesson and preparing the classroom to the lesson itself, and offers useful ideas for managing messy materials. Licensed to CPD College Ltd.
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http://elementaryartteachers.net Shoe fashion is a big part of our culture. What better way to let students explore this component of our culture by allowing them to design their own shoe. For more free elementary art lessons plans download our 10 free art elementary art lesson at http://elementaryartteachers.net
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With millions of selfies out there you might not realize the idea has been around for years. People have been trying to capture their own image for centuries. We dive into the history behind the selfie, and then discover how artists like Dali, Picasso, Warhol, Frida Khalo, and Van Gogh used the self portrait as their mode of self discovery! #artrageous #pbsdigital #selfieart Find more Artrageous content and SUBSCRIBE here: http://www.youtube.com/artrageouswithnate Visit our website: http://www.artrageouswithnate.com Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/artrageousnate/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/artrageousnate Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/artrageousnate/
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Weber expert Dr. Percy North discusses the theme of 'dance' in the work of American-Jewish artist Max Weber. She starts by looking at the influence of cubism and Picasso on his still-life painting. Weber brought the first Picasso painting to the United States in 1909 after his three years in Paris. He was also fascinated by the theme of dance, particularly freeform dancing as exemplified by Isadora Duncan. 'Max Weber: An American Cubist in Paris and London 1905 - 1915' at the Ben Uri Gallery, St. Johns Wood. Open until 5 October 2015. Free entry. More information: http://po.st/uCWrqW Dr. Percy North contributed to the exhibition cataogue, which is available for purchase online here: http://po.st/9CAezo
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This project shows a new way to create dimensional art using Scratch Art materials. Go to www.dickblick.com where you'll find hundreds of lesson plans and thousands of art materials. This project can be viewed in PDF form here; http://www.dickblick.com/lesson-plans/deep-silver/.
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http://elementaryartteachers.net This lesson is a little different. You may want to try this one with your older kids. It's a cool lesson and I enjoy teaching it. For more free elementary art lessons plans download our 10 free art elementary art lesson at http://elementaryartteachers.net
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(This video is for educational purposes only) University: UiTM Shah Alam, Selangor Faculty: Faculty of Art & Design Directed by: Dr. Mumtaz Mokhtar Drawing Tutorial by: Aqbar Mohd Amin Video Editing & Script by: Adrina Kamarudin Thanks for watching... Don't forget to like the video & don't forget to subscribe :)
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=EHowArtsandCrafts Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/EHowArtsandCrafts Teaching surrealism to children requires you to touch on a few very important concepts and ideas. Learn about teaching surrealism to children with help from an experienced visual artist in this free video clip. Expert: Frances Bradley Contact: www.nielahstudios.blogspot.com Bio: Frances Bradley is a graduate from Philadelphia's University of the Arts with a BFA in Illustration. Shortly after graduating, Bradley worked for the world-renowned Mural Arts Program in Philadelphia. Filmmaker: Trevour Lovitt Series Description: The visual arts are a great way to express yourself creatively through the use of things like painting, sketching and even regular drawing. Get visual art tips and find out how to put your creativity to work with help from an experienced visual artist in this free video series.
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Georgia Kakourou Chroni personifies the culture and civilization of Sparta. The woman who constituted the operation of Koumantarios Gallery for 20 years, founded cultural organizations, walked through the paths of Taygetus mountain with the Spartan poet Nikiforos Vrettakos, is inscribed as the heart of the city in the minds of its people. A teacher, an inspirational figure and an ambassador of values. Georgia Kakourou Chroni hold the position of the official curator at the Koumantaros Gallery, National Gallery Annex,Sparta till 2015. She studied and completed her doctoral thesis at the NKUA Filosophy dept. Her postgraduate studies at the University of Leicester were concentrated on the field of museology, leading her steps at the History of Art dept. University of Cambridge. Her career is based on art teaching techniques for elementary school, a domain she involved with at the University of Missouri Columbia. Mrs.Chroni has taught at the University of Peloponnese and the Hellenic Open University dept."Postgraduate Department of Cultural Management" and was a member of the Fulbright Foundation. Her scientific interest focuses on modern Greek literature and museology. She has also published various papers in international magazines, as well as a number of books. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Explain and show a few examples of pointilism. Have the students do a quick sample project creating an image with just using different color dots. You can use/have on hand examples of famous landmarks. Using the same subject matter of famous landmarks, have them repeat on a larger sheet of paper with acrylics or pastels. Thanks for watching. art artist artists lesson lessons plan plans free online resource example learn learning teach teaching kid kids children student students school paint painting draw drawing sculpture clay oil acrylic watercolor water color pastel charcoal pencil print printing making collage pen ink mixed media studio education tutorial how to
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Perhaps no other artist in history played as large a role in developing the cubist movement as the great Pablo Picasso. This program explores his unique style, and the styles of other renowed cubists such as Gris, Braque and Chagall, through examinations of their works. Part of the Magic Gallery series aimed at introducing young audiences to a variety of artistic styles. 17 minutes, color and b/w. direct link to purchase video: http://phoenixlearninggroup.com
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Piet Mondrian was one of the founders of the art movement called De Stijl which involved very basic lines and Primary colors. This neoplasticism style was derived from Cubism and basic forms and ideologies of abstract art. But in this case for 1st Graders... we wanted to learn about the Elements of Art! Its too common we just use squares and rectangles to associate with Mondrian's work. So I changed it by having my students use circles instead to create the workspace. Then like a ven diagram, I had them learn how to mix Primary colors to get secondary colors. This lesson is jam packed with a variety of objectives, so pick what you want to focus on the most and go with that. Enjoy!
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