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K-6 Visual Art Training Resources
 
 



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 Summer Institute



There was a Summer Institute Visual Art Training on Monday, June 6th at the Hobbs Municipal Schools Training Center.  The goals for the class included:


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Watch the video of the Introduction to the Class


1.  Refine teachers’ abilities for planning and working on hands on projects.

2.  Learn the accordion concept to Project Design.

3.  Learn some bell work projects and how you can use them while working on and finishing larger projects or work from other subjects.

4.  Work with and learn the proper and safe use of different media like pencil, color pencil, liquid watercolor, and semi-moist watercolor paint, acrylic paint, scratchboard, found objects, pastels, wire and modeling clay.

5.  Use different surfaces for project making like masks, tag board, watercolor paper, masks, scratch board, and printed paper.

6.  Learn about artists from different regions of the world.

7.  Learn how to integrate technology into visual arts instruction by adding a picture from their portfolio to the website.

 Rainforest Animal Rainforest Sketch 
 

Watch the video of about "Bell Work" sketching  

 Summer Institute

Rousseau


Watch the Video
of the class making the animal

 

 
Rousseau's Rainforest Scene

1.  Think about Henri Rousseau

2.  Draw plants based off of plants you have seen with pencil.

3.  Paint inbetween the plant shapes with liquid watercolor.

4.  Paint half of the plant shapes with green watercolor paint.

5.  Paint the other half of the plant shapes black and the rest of the foreground.

6.  Let dry and cut out animal shape.

7.  Cut out circles - 2 black and 3 white.

8.  Paste eyes and mouth.

9.  Cut out and paste details:  nose, whiskers, eyes, and ears.
 
Degas Dancers

1.  Think about Edgar Degas.

2.  Draw the head and neck.

3.  Draw the arms, body and dress.

4.  Fill in the skin tone on the head, neck, and arms with pastels.

5.  Color the dress with cool colors.

6.  Add warm colors to the dress.

7.  Add hair and a hat.

8.  Fill the background around the dancer.


Watch the Video
of the class making a Degas dancer

Degas 
 Mask 3  
African Mask

1.  Think about African Masks

2.  Design your mask in your sketchbook and decide color scheme.

3.  Transfer design to mask.

4.  Paint color scheme with acrylic paint on mask.

5.  Add details:  beads, rocks, CD's, feathers, glitter glue.


Watch the Video
of the class making a mask


 
Aboriginal Bark Painting

1.  Think about Aboriginal Bark Painting Designs.

2.  Design your own Aboriginal Scene with plants and animals on white paper.

3.  Trace onto black paper.

4.  Scratch out the lines of your design.

 Aboriginal Art
 





 

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Kids Design Network at
DuPage Children's Museum


National Gallery of Art Education Page


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