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Online Extras / October 2018 | Arts & Activities
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Online Extras / October 2018

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Additional Links for October 2018

Stepping Stones: Working with Paper-Made Projects (page 8)
View the artwork mentioned in this article: “Night and the Astronauts”
https://www.oxfordamerican.org/item/1180-the-year-of-the-heavy-moon

“The Eclipse”
https://americanart.si.edu/artwork/eclipse-24007
(also see page 37 in the October 2018 issueu)


Art is at the Core: Antonio Ligabue, “Self Portrait with Dog” (page 10)
See more of Antonio Ligabue’s art:
https://www.pinterest.com/artsactivities/antonio-legabur-italian-18991965/


Yearlong Secondary Art Curriculum, Article 2 of 10: Cardboard Relief Sculptures (page 12)
View/Download:
“Cardboard Relief Sculptures” lesson plan.


Alive and Kicking: Collaging Compositions (page 14)
View artwork by artist Tom Abbiss Smith:
https://www.pinterest.com/artsactivities/tom-abbiss-smith/


Creative Collaboration: Celebrating Poetry and Eric Carle (page 16)
Visit the official Eric Carle website to learn such things from the artist as “How I create my pictures”:
http://www.eric-carle.com/home.html

View/Download the student-created book, “The Nature and Respect of Life”


A&A Art Print: Hendrikje Kühne and Beat Klein, “Painting a Pond, (page 19–22)

RESPOND & CONNECT (page 19)

OBSERVATION
If you wish to take a very close look at the image, you can expand it here:
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:K%C3%BChneKlein_PaintingPond.jpg

BOTANY
This is a great site for beginning to understand the many branches of botany.
https://botany.org/Resources/Botany.php

 

Take a closer look at the postcard art used in the featured collage, “Painting in a Pond”

 

Vincent van Gogh (Dutch; 1853–1890). “Wheatfield with Crows,” 1890.

 

Marc Chagall (French-Russian;1887–1985). “Lovers Among Lilacs,” 1930.

 

Hermann Hesse (German; 1877–1962) Untitled watercolor.

 

Piet Mondrian (Dutch;1872–1944). The Gray Tree, 1912.

 

Karl Schmidt-Rotluff (German; 1884–1996). Fisherman’s Bay, 1937.

 

Powered by Steam: Make a Robot and Learn About Math (page 23)
View/Download Studio Institute’s foldable Nets, Cubes and Prisms used in this lesson

Access materials* related to this lesson:
http://studioinstitute.org/expandingtheframe.
* We have been informed that the materials should be available no later than Oct. 1, 2018


Tried & True Tips for Art Teachers: Creative Curiosity (page 38)
Learn more about and view Norman Rockwell’s April Fools’ covers:
http://www.saturdayeveningpost.com/2014/04/01/art-entertainment/beyond-the-canvas-rockwells-april-fools-brings-laughter-in-a-serious-time.html

Answers to Rockwell’s April Fools’ Covers
http://www.saturdayeveningpost.com/2010/09/22/art-entertainment/norman-rockwell-art-entertainment/rockwell-april1.html

View Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s painting, “Children’s Games,” 1560:
https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/children%E2%80%99s-games/CQEeZWQPOI2Yjg


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