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Great Moments in Art: Harold Olejarz Overview Great Moments in Art is an event calendar that uses Google Calendar to create a calendar of artist birthdays and/or other moments in art history and link those events to a geographic location. Students may visit any museum website and select an artist or art event to research. The event date, location and an interesting fact is then used to create an event in their Google Calendar. Students may be required to add 1 - 10 events depending on grade level and time allocated for the project. Materials Great Moments in Art: Harold Olejarz
allison lehman : show + tell / 30 Day Drawing Challenge

allison lehman : show + tell / 30 Day Drawing Challenge

Last week I saw this pin on Pinterest and I instantly loved the idea. Starting May 1st, I’ll be taking the challenge and posting a drawing per day here on my blog each afternoon. If you’d like to do it on your own, please please do!
Fresh ideas to inspire teachers and students, written by visual arts, language arts, and social studies teachers.View Lesson Plans and Ideas » Decking Out a Statue Early Childhood Visual Arts Monkey God (Hanuman), Artist not known, Southern India View this lesson »

Creativity Resource for Teachers

Creativity Resource for Teachers
Common Core Curriculum Maps | Art Guide
Pop Art Group Project Pop Art Group Project {*style:<b> </b>*} Step 1 - Creating a Template {*style:<b> </b>*} Step 2 - Cutting up the Template
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By Matt Fussell The grid technique is a method used to create accurate drawings from photos. Sometimes when we, as artists, are creating drawings and paintings, the need arises for accuracy. Grid Drawing- Use a Grid to Draw Grid Drawing- Use a Grid to Draw

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ArtThink | Art Basics
QR codes and documenting brilliant learning | Where's your head at? One of the most powerful influences on a student’s passion for learning is how others notice their efforts. To notice what they have done; the hard work, the progress made, the energy used, the mistakes learnt. This is going to be my number one priority to work on developing this year. I have always been a teacher who gets ridiculously enthused about what students are capable of creating (I am an Art teacher after all), but apart from letters home, praise in lessons for genuine hard work and creativity and displaying of work in it’s most traditional form, I don’t exactly push the boat out. The passion which students have to develop, improve, to search for greatness can be seen as an intrinsic quality. If you looked around your class, you probably only think this quality relates to some of the students you teach. QR codes and documenting brilliant learning | Where's your head at?

The Art Story: Modern Art Movements, Artists, Ideas and Topics

Explore the ideas and personalities that created modern art The Art Story aims to sort through all the noise of the art world and shed light on modern and contemporary art. Every one of our topic pages is meant to be an analysis that would convince the most ardent skeptic in the value of the particular artist, movement, or idea. The Art Story: Modern Art Movements, Artists, Ideas and Topics
Visual Arts / WS/FCS Visual Arts Curriculum
The Incredible Art Department | Art Education

The Incredible Art Department | Art Education

Perhaps the biggest Winter event for the arts is the International Harbin Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival. Each January (This year from January 5 to February 28) the city of Harbin in frigid northeastern China is home to this festival. The temperatures there are around -35 Celsius (-31 F) which is plenty cold to keep the sculptures from melting.