Tunnel Books For Arts Integration. Looking for an innovative way to introduce foreground, middleground, and background to your students?
Want students to be able to create their own stages or settings for written plays? What about bringing Ancient Chinese Landscapes to life by creating a three-dimensional work of art? Sick of dioramas? Try Tunnel Books! You can check out my Tunnel Book Pinterest Board HERE. What are Tunnel Books? As I was wondering around internet, I stumbled upon these amazing works of art called Tunnel Books. Art Bots: Automated Arts Integration. As soon as I read the words “Affordable Art Bots” workshop, I was in!
A robot that makes art? And they are affordable? Sign me up! I knew I had to find out more about it and see if it was worth bringing this experience to my elementary students. I look forward to the yearly National Art Educator (NAEA) Conference, it is a great place to meet teachers you “talk” to online face to face (finally!) Steven Schick: In Pursuit of an Externally Facing Artistic Practice – The Log Journal.
New Music Gathering, a community-oriented annual meeting of composers, performers, scholars, presenters, and admirers of contemporary concert music, is underway now at Bowling Green State University in Ohio.
Running May 11-13, the Gathering hosts a wide variety of events, including concerts, lectures, discussions, consultations, and a signature innovation: composer-performer “speed dating.” The theme of this year’s Gathering is “support,” a subject keynote speaker Steven Schick – a percussionist, conductor, author, and organizer – took up with customary insight and poetic grace. With his permission, The Log Journal is proud to publish the complete text of the address he delivered on May 11, which you can also view below.
ARTed Talk Series: Miami University Art Education - Home. To Boost Higher-Order Thinking, Try Curation. Accessing the Metropolitan Museum’s New Stockpile of Over 375,000 Open License Artworks. Home. Experiments. What are Google Arts & Culture Experiments?
At the Google Cultural Institute’s Lab, a team of Google software engineers, artists and creative coders come together to experiment at the crossroads of art and technology. We believe that through the collaboration with the cultural sector, curators and artists we can develop the best tools and technology for cultural institutions around the world. We created this space for you to explore the Google Arts & Culture Experiments. The Experiments are aimed at discovering new ways people can explore art and browse the collections of our partner museums from around the world. Discover more Google Arts & Culture Experiments What is Google Arts & Culture ? 20 contemporary black artists. Using Robots to Create Art: Dot and Dash Edition. Lately I have been thinking about how to integrate technology and visual art in a more visual way.
The Most Influential Living Artists of 2016. In 2016, Ai focused his fierce, activist practice on a single, major issue: The refugee crisis.
In conceptual installations that lambaste threats to humanity, the Chinese artist often amasses thousands of objects to represent human lives—like in 2009, when 5,000 backpacks at Munich’s Haus der Kunst paid tribute to Chinese schoolchildren who died in the Sichuan earthquake. “Ai Weiwei’s significance as an artist has come from his identification with those in our society who he sees as having no voice—whether it was the children killed in the Sichuan earthquake or, more recently, refugees fleeing from unrest in the Middle East,” says Melissa Chiu, director of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. “His interest in making art about these issues puts him at the center of global conversations on a number of vital topics.”
MaKey MaKey Musical Paintings. In the Art Room: The Smartest Artist. Well, I've tried all that.
And I hate it. I can't keep up with it, I forget to give a sticker or drop a marble (I've lost too many along the way) and it just ends up being more work with less results. For me. For some of you, it may work beautifully. But you might not have that trouble with consistency like I do. Visual investigations, visual literacy, art. inquiry based learning. Laura Dortmans looks at how artworks and artefacts can be used across all areas of the curriculum to unlock new knowledge.
The power of art James Rosenquist: F111. These 100-Year-Old Colour Portraits Of New York Immigrants Reveal Incredible Outfits. Orbis Pictus Award for Outstanding Nonfiction for Children. Congratulations to the 2017 award winners!
2017 Winner Some Writer! : The Story of E.B. White written and illustrated by Melissa Sweet(Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Books for Young Readers) Honor Books: Animals by the Numbers: A Book of Animal Infographics by Steve Jenkins (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Books for Young Readers)The First Step: How One Girl Put Segregation on Trial written by Susan E. Recommended Books:
Literacy and the arts lesson ideas. Picture This: Exploring Art Elements in Picture Books. Image credit: It’s the beginning of another school year and time to get your students familiar with the classroom library.
The illustrations in those books in your library provide a great opportunity to introduce or review some basic art concepts. Teachers have always done lots of teaching with pictures but traditionally we have stuck to what’s in the picture rather than how the illustration was made. Movie in minutes - Bing video. Movies In Minutes - Nigahiga Wiki - Wikia. An Illustrated Guide to Guy Debord’s ‘The Society of the Spectacle’ Guy Debord’s (1931–1994) best-known work, La société du spectacle (The Society of the Spectacle) (1967), is a polemical and prescient indictment of our image-saturated consumer culture. The book examines the “Spectacle,” Debord’s term for the everyday manifestation of capitalist-driven phenomena; advertising, television, film, and celebrity.
Debord defines the spectacle as the “autocratic reign of the market economy.” Though the term “mass media” is often used to describe the spectacle’s form, Debord derides its neutrality. Tell it sell it strategy. Shadow Art Outdoor Science. Comic Master. Know Your Terms: Nonlinguistic Representation. (noun) Expression of an idea in a way that goes beyond the use of words: diagrams, pictures, graphic organizers, 3D models, movement, demonstrations, role-plays, simulations, or mental images.
Overview: One way to teach something is to explain it, either verbally or in writing. This is a linguistic way of presenting that information — using language only. But most people learn concepts better when they are also presented in other, nonlinguistic ways: For the most part, this means visually or through some kind of movement. If you’ve ever heard a guy stop in the middle of an explanation and say Hold on, let me draw you a picture, that guy is getting ready to sit you down for a big heaping plate of nonlinguistic representation. If you’re a teacher, you should know that nonlinguistic representation can help you make any concept stick better. Say you’re having trouble getting your fourth graders to understand the relationship between the sun, the earth, and the seasons. World needs to hear about successes in #deeperlearning schools. Need repeatable stories #edpolicy #RethinkHighSchool.
Global Africa: Kehinde Wiley at the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art. Kehinde Wiley Reimagines Classic Art. Watch Full Episodes Online of PBS Arts on PBS. Use one of the services below to sign in to PBS: You've just tried to add this video to your Watchlist so you can watch it later. Revisiting abstract artist Norman Lewis. 7 Hidden Art Secrets That Were Uncovered With Technology. Paintings by the masters da Vinci, Rembrandt, Goya, and Caravaggio are often accepted as absolute works. Today, we use mobile devices to capture these images, compressing them onto tiny screens, and remixing them into snapchats, selfies or light simulated paintings. But technology can also reveal the secrets that lie just beneath a work's surface. Using a variety of scientific techniques and advanced digital imaging, today's scientists and art historians can non-invasively probe artworks for the secrets to artists' lives and processes.
History, Travel, Arts, Science, People, Places. Paul Klee and Inspiration. 5 Tips for an Artful Field Trip. It’s field trip season and that means lots of students, teachers and parents are headed out to gain some new experiences in their area. The Art of Storytelling. Search Lesson Plans. Comparing Portraits. Every Picture Tells a Story. Grades 3 through 12. Telling Stories in Art. Grades: Middle School (6–8), High School (9–12)Subject: English—Language Arts, Visual ArtsPrerequisites: For teachers with minimal proficiency in teaching with works of art, and students of all skill levels. Works of art often tell stories.
Artists can present narrative in many ways—by using a series of images representing moments in a story, or by selecting a central moment to stand for the whole story. 18 tips for telling a story through an artwork. Art-Tells-a-Story.pdf. Art That Tells a Story.