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Tuesday, 1/28 Objective: Identify processes and materials used to create sculptures by completing a Frayer diagram. Construct a journal by assembling interior.

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1 Tuesday, 1/28 Objective: Identify processes and materials used to create sculptures by completing a Frayer diagram. Construct a journal by assembling interior pages and covers. Drill 1.Who is the artist that created the work to the right? 2.Write three complete sentences that describe the work to the right as it relates to the work’s title. Niki de Saint Phalle. Serpent Tree Polyester resin, mosaic of ceramic, mirror and stained glass.

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3 Draw the Frayer Diagram in the second page of your book Definition:Main Processes: Type of Sculptures:Materials: Sculpture

4 Process: Carving

5 Process: Casting

6 Process: Modeling

7 Process: Construction

8 Materials: Metals

9 Materials: Stone

10 Materials: Clay

11 Materials: Glass

12 Materials: Wood

13 Material: Paper

14 Materials: found objects

15 To Do: Complete constructing the covers for your journals. Create a spine for you book with duck tape as demonstrated. Glue the inside of the book to the covers as demonstrated. Attach an envelope to the interior of the front cover as demonstrated. Write your name with a sharpie on the spine of the book.

16 Wednesday, 1/29 Objective: Explain how armatures are used to provide support for sculptures. Simulate the shape of a tree trunk by rolling newspaper around an armature. Construct a journal by assembling interior pages and covers. Drill 1.Draw the image as best as you can and with as much detail as possible in the designated space. 2.In what ways is this artwork similar to the Tree Serpent created by Niki de Saint Phalle?

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23 Armature What is an armature? What is the purpose of the armature? What types of materials are traditionally used for armatures? What is the armature of the human body?

24 To Do Work in groups of four. Roll and bunch up newspaper to create a tree trunk form around the wooden pole assigned to your table. Start at the bottom and move up only after the bottom is finished.

25 Thursday, 1/30 Objective: Simulate the shape of a tree trunk by rolling newspaper around an armature. Construct a journal by assembling interior pages and covers. Drill Using your notes so far answer the following questions regarding the work to the right. 1.Who do you think made this work? Why do you think so? 2.What type of sculpture is it? 3.What sculpture process did the artist most likely use to make it if the material used was a polyester resin (a synthetic material that can be melted and then cooled solid)? 4.What materials are we using to build armatures for our trees?

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28 To Do – Finish your journal first Continue building the armatures to the trees until they are thick (thicker at the bottom). Make sure the newspaper is bunched up so that it is firm. When the armature of each tree is finished, work with your group to surround the newspaper with chicken wire.

29 Monday, 2/24 Objective: Simulate the shape of a tree trunk by rolling newspaper around an armature. Collaborate with your partner to create a plaster cast of one hand. Drill 1. Draw the image as best as you can and with as much detail as possible in the designated space. 2. Write information from the credit line to the right of the image you drew. George Segal. Woman Against the Wall Plaster body cast.

30 Notes Casting: one of the main processes of sculpture that involves forming molten material into a three-dimensional shape by pouring it into a mold and allowing it to become solid. Materials often used in casting are metals. Body Casting: a type of casting where a material, (usually plaster gauge) is wrapped around body parts to create a hard shell of them, with the body acting as the mold.

31 Demonstration Creating a hand cast -Preparing the hand -Good hand positions for beginners/things to avoid -Preparing the gauge -Allowing for a seam opening -Overlapping gauge -Supporting the cast at the joints -Allowing to dry -Taking cast off

32 To Do Group 1: Complete wrapping newspaper around the remaining armatures. Group 2: Cut and wrap chicken wire around the whole armature. Secure the wire so it doesn’t slide off. Stuff more newspaper into the wire. Group 3: Work as a group to create a plaster cast of one hand.

33 Thursday, 2/6 Objective: Describe George Segal’s work “The Diner”. Collaborate with a partner to create a plaster cast of your hands. Drill 1. Draw the image as best as you can and with as much detail as possible in the designated space. 2. Write information from the credit line next to your drawing. 3. Describe what you see in the image. George Segal. Parking Garage Plaster body cast, mixed media.

34 George Segal Video Clip What is the artist most known for? What is a typical characteristic of his work? What type of emotions does his work convey?

35 You are going to work with a partner. Partner A will need a sketchbook and a pencil and will sit facing the wall across from the screen. Partner B will be facing the screen. Partner B will describe the image in as much detail as possible while partner A draws the image according to the description. George Segal. The Diner. Plaster casts, mixed media.

36 In paragraph format describe what you see in the picture in detail. George Segal. The Diner. Plaster casts, mixed media.

37 To Do Create a cast of your partner’s hand using plaster gauge. The partner whose hand is being cast receives a participation grade while the partner casting receives a project grade based on craftsmanship. Each person will need a pair of hands for a full project grade.

38 Friday, 2/7 Objective: Collaborate with a partner to create a plaster cast of your hands. Drill 1.What sculpture process did we use this week? 2.Who is the artist whose work we looked at this week? 3.What material are we using to create the hands? 4.What do the two sculptures have in common?.

39 Casting Work with a partner to cast each other’s hands. By the end of the casting period you should each have cast two hands. You are getting graded on the hands you cast and not your hands cast by someone else. Make sure that you are labeling your casts with your name.

40 Monday, 2/10 Objective: Collaborate with a partner to create a plaster cast of your hands. Drill 1.Draw the image on the right. 2.Write the credit line information. 3.Describe the image. George Segal The Commuters Cast Bronze with white patina

41 Notes Tableaux: A scene presented by silent, costumed actors positioned within a set, as if in a picture.

42 George Segal Time Square at Night 1970 Cast plaster and mixed media

43 Write a paragraph that describes the tableaux below. George Segal Time Square at Night 1970 Cast plaster and mixed media

44 Casting Work with a partner to cast each other’s hands. By the end of the casting period (tomorrow end of the period) you should each have cast two hands. You are getting graded on the hands you cast and not your hands cast by someone else. Make sure that you are labeling your casts with your name.

45 Tuesday, 2/11 Objective: Write a story about an image based on clues derived from the description of an image. Construct tree armatures using newspaper, tape and wire. Drill 1. What is the purpose of an armature in sculpture? 2. What materials can be used to create an armature? 3. Name three materials that can be used in the sculpture process of casting. 4. What does the tableau represent in the image on the right? George Segal. The Diner. Plaster casts, mixed media.

46 Write a story about the image below that includes the elements written on the board. George Segal. The Diner. Plaster casts, mixed media

47 Demonstration Fixing and finishing the hand casts. Finishing the tree armatures with newspaper and applying chicken wire.

48 To Do Group 1: Fix and finish cast hands Group 2: Work with your group to finish the newspaper armature of a tree and apply chicken wire around it.

49 Wednesday, 2/12 Objective: Describe the work Graffiti Wall by George Segal. Construct tree armatures using newspaper, tape and wire. Collaborate with a partner to cast each other’s hand with plaster gauge. Copy any notes you are missing together with the diagram posted in the front of the room. Armature: a structure or frame that acts as the skeleton of a sculpture meant to give support. Materials that can be used are wire, wood, bunched up aluminum foil or paper. Casting: one of the main processes of sculpture that involves forming molten material into a three-dimensional shape by pouring it into a mold and allowing it to become solid. Materials often used in casting are metals. Body Casting: a type of casting where a material, (usually plaster gauge) is wrapped around body parts to create a hard shell of them, with the body acting as the mold. Tableaux: A scene presented by silent, costumed actors positioned within a set, as if in a picture.

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51 Studio Time: Work on your assigned task for the day. Below are all tasks that we are working on as a class. -Working on the tree armatures to add wire and newspaper. -Casting Hands. -Fixing and finishing hands already cast. -Making journals. You will only get full participation points if you have completed your assigned task for the day and collaborated with your classmates without causing disruption.

52 Exit Ticket Clean your area. Sit at your table with your book open on today’s drill page. Make sure you have your points circled and signed before you put your book away.

53 Monday, 2/24 Objective: Construct tree armatures using newspaper, tape and wire. Collaborate with a partner to cast each other’s hand with plaster gauge. 1.What type of art is the work on the right? 2.What type of sculpture is it? 3.What sculpture process was used to create the work? 4.What is the tableaux of this piece. 5.If you were to give this work a title, what would you name it?

54 Studio Time: Work on your assigned task for the day. Below are all tasks that we are working on as a class. -Working on the tree armatures to add wire and newspaper. -Casting Hands. -Fixing and finishing hands already cast. -Making journals. You will only get full participation points if you have completed your assigned task for the day and collaborated with your classmates without causing disruption.

55 Exit Ticket Clean your area. Sit at your table with your book open on today’s drill page. Make sure you have your points circled and signed before you put your book away.

56 Tuesday, 2/25 Objective: Interpret the meaning of an artwork using evidence from the work to support your statements. Construct tree armatures using newspaper, tape and wire. Collaborate with a partner to cast each other’s hand with plaster gauge. DO NOT DRAW ANY OF THE IMAGES To the right are four works by George Segal that we have already looked at and described: List five things that these works have in common using appropriate vocabulary words.

57 Notes Interpretation: a statement or set of statements that explains the meaning of an artwork or the artist’s intent for creating it and can be supported by evidence gathered by looking at and examining the work and the processes used to create it.

58 George Segal. The Diner. Plaster casts, mixed media.

59 Write a paragraph that starts with an interpretation statement about the work on the right. Then provide four pieces of evidence to support your interpretation of this work. George Segal Graffiti Wall 1970 Cast plaster and mixed media

60 Studio Time: Work on your assigned task for the day. Below are all tasks that we are working on as a class. -Working on the tree armatures to add wire and newspaper. -Fixing and finishing hands already cast. -Making journals. -Attaching hands to tree armature. You will only get full participation points if you have completed your assigned task for the day and collaborated with your classmates without causing disruption.

61 Exit Ticket Clean your area. Sit at your table with your book open on today’s drill page. Make sure you have your points circled and signed before you put your book away.

62 Wednesday, 2/26 Objective: Interpret the meaning of an artwork using evidence from the work to support your statements. Construct tree armatures using newspaper, tape and wire. Collaborate with a partner to cast each other’s hand with plaster gauge. 1. What is the main characteristic of sculpture? 2. What are the three types of sculpture? 3. What are the four sculpture processes? 4. What process does George Segal use in his work? 5. What materials does George Segal typically use in his work? 6. What is the difference between a description and an interpretation?

63 What was the artist trying to communicate through this work? George Segal The Commuters Cast Bronze with white patina

64 Studio Time: Work on your assigned task for the day. Below are all tasks that we are working on as a class. -Working on the tree armatures to add wire and newspaper. -Fixing and finishing hands already cast. -Making journals. -Attaching hands to tree armature. You will only get full participation points if you have completed your assigned task for the day and collaborated with your classmates without causing disruption.

65 Exit Ticket Clean your area. Sit at your table with your book open on today’s drill page. Make sure you have your points circled and signed before you put your book away.

66 Thursday, 2/27 Objective: Interpret the meaning of an artwork using evidence from the work to support your statements. Collaborate with your group to construct a tree armature, attach cast hands to it and apply paper mache.. 1.Draw the work on the right and write the credit line information. 2.What is the tableaux of this work? 3.Write two sentences that describe this work. 4.Write a sentence that offers an interpretation of this work. George Segal. Girl on Bed. Cast plaster and mixed media.

67 Write a paragraph that starts with an interpretation statement about the work on the right. Then provide four pieces of evidence to support your interpretation of this work. George Segal Time Square at Night 1970 Cast plaster and mixed media

68 Studio Time: 1.Find out which group you belong to and which tree you are assigned. 2.Work with your group to finish placing chicken wire around the armature and stuffing it with paper. 3.Work with your group to decide how your hands will be arranged on your tree. 4.Arrange the hands on the tree. 5.Beginning at the bottom, start applying paper mache over the wire.

69 Exit Ticket Clean your area. Sit at your table with your book open on today’s drill page. Make sure you have your points circled and signed before you put your book away.

70 Friday, 2/28 Objective: Collaborate with your group to construct a tree armature, attach cast hands to it and apply paper mache.. 1.What is the main difference between a drawing and a sculpture? 2.Which sculpture process did you use to create the plaster hands? 3.Which sculpture process did you use to create the tree trunks? 4.What materials did you use to construct the armature of the trees? 5.What are you doing when describing a piece of artwork? 6.What are you doing when interpreting a piece of artwork?

71 Studio Time: 1.Finish fixing and patching up your cast hand if you need to do so. 2.Find out which group you belong to and which tree you are assigned. 3.Attach your hands on the tree using wire – consider what the hands will be holding so you can decide how to place them. 4.Beginning at the bottom, start applying paper mache over the wire – work as a group.


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