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Thank you for using this pre-visit resource. We believe this will help strengthen student learning leading up to and during your gallery visit. Due to the different versions of PowerPoint schools may use, please check for, and correct any formatting issues before you use this presentation with your students. Please check by viewing in slide show format before making any necessary changes. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me. Welcome Learning Experiences Outside the Classrom Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts Phone: (09) 577 0138 ext 7703 email@example.com Jeremy Leatinu’u Education Coordinator
Te Tuhi pre-visit lesson 2 Image: http://www.advertolog.com/sony/print-outdoor/cheese-13812955/ http://www.sodahead.com/fun/pet-mice-cute-or-ick/question-1763939/?page=4&link=ibaf&q=mice+standing&imgurl=http://www.petsworld.co.uk/images/rat.jpg say cheese…
During this lessons we will be exploring… Spaces for Art Image: http://www.freepik.com/free-vector/old-film-negatives-vector-material-5_514767.htm http://fun.ql4.org/fynny/cheese.html http://www.sodahead.com/fun/pet-mice-cute-or-ick/question-1763939/?page=4&link=ibaf&q=mice+standing+up&imgurl=http://www.petsworld.co.uk/images/rat.jpg Welcome Say to Cheese… Before we start, let’s recap what we learnt during our last lesson…
In our last lesson we learnt that “Cameras…” have been around for more than 150 years and were first developed from a camera obscura. were first used by scientists, artists and professional photographers. But are now used by almost anyone as cameras today are much easier to use. allow us to discover or remember what places use to look like and how people lived or dressed. Let’s start this lesson by exploring “Spaces for Art”. Image:http://magicmarkingsart.blogspot.com/2011/07/summer-art-camp-pop-art.htmlhttp://magicmarkingsart.blogspot.com/2011/07/summer-art-camp-pop-art.html
Art has been around for a very long time, with many artists using different materials and equipment to help tell their story This includes… Image: http://www.internetphotos.net/romantical-love-painting.html http://questgarden.com/62/09/6/080315191207/ Painting From paintings that show places and people, to paintings that focus on colours and shapes Image: http://www.creativecowboyfilms.com/art-collecting-can-be-dangerous-in-search-of-tongan-tapa/ http://media.photobucket.com/image/wood%20cut%20print/penfan_2009/AlfaFo.jpg Printmaking From traditional cultural forms of printing, to printing that shows someone’s view from the outside their window
Image: http://www.jennifermason.co.nz/roomattheendofthehall-art.htm http://mikeatkinson.net/ Photography From photographs that play tricks on us, to photographs that show our natural world Image: http://kenanddanadesign.com/blog/2011/05/05/sound-wave-by-jean-shin/ http://artsonline2.tki.org.nz/resources/units/visual_culture/issue_based_assemblage_sculpture/corned_beef.php Sculpture From sculpture that is made from music records, to sculpture that is made from corn beef tins
And more recently… Image: http://kollektor.wordpress.com/2009/06/26/rising-tide-mca/ http://urbanviti.wordpress.com/2011/03/20/talanoa-ema-tavola/#comments Video Art From videos that show people break dancing in the street, to video that shows traditional cultural dance
As we can see there are many ways to make art and just as many stories to tell… But where do artists show their artwork? And who gets to see it? As a class discuss the kind of places where you could see an artwork. Try and name at least 3 places and think about who gets to see this art
Let’s see the kind of places where artists can show their artwork… Image: http://www.artsdiary.co.nz/bt2/055/05502.html An artist can show their artwork in an Art Gallery or Museum Many people who are interested in art often visit an art gallery or museum. An art gallery or museum is a place where you can see different types of art in one building. This artwork is by NZ artist Heather Straka where she had asked 59 different artists to copy her original painting.
Image: www.artbusiness.com/1open/070806.html Art can be shown in the park or even on top of a building! People enjoying the fresh air outside or having a picnic in the park will also get to enjoy the oversize sculptures of Claus Oldenburg.
Art can be shown on billboards or in parks Image: http://media.auckland.ac.nz/nicai/visualarts/showcase4/album/slides/ http://dawsonroadmuralproject.wordpress.com/ Billboards are great spaces for photography based artwork, like this artwork by Auckland Photographer Penitoa Finau. Everyday people walking to school or driving to work will get to experience his art. Places such as a park are great spaces for painted Murals like this this one in Dawson Road Otara. Everyone from the community enjoying the park will also get to enjoy this painted Mural.
Image: http://swik.net/open?popular&page=2 http://visualfunhouse.com/index.php?s=Julian+Beever Art can be shown on buildings at night or on the footpath during the day Buildings at night are great spaces to show video art. People enjoying the night life of the city will also get a chance to enjoy video art as big as a building! Footpaths are another great space to show art. Artist Julian Beever creates 3D chalk drawings on footpaths. People get to experience his art and be part of it such as the person with the paddle above.
Image: http://arturban.net/tshirt-speed-racer/ http://www.shelterpop.com/2010/11/24/maria-brito/ Art can be displayed in a house or on a tee shirt Inside of a house can be a great place to display art. This often means the artwork has been bought from the artist. Art in a house means only your friends and family can see and enjoy it. Tee shirts have rapidly become popular as a space to show art, with most being printed on. Tee shirts are great spaces for art because everyone you walk pass will get to see and experience it.
Let’s recap on what we have learnt so far… As we have seen, there are many different spaces to show art…
Art uses different techniques and materials such as painting, printing, photography, sculpture and video shown in places like parks, on billboards, tee shirts, buildings and footpaths can be experienced by almost everyone shown in places like an art gallery or museum are experienced by those interested with or curious about an artwork or art exhibition What we have Learnt? displayed in a house means only friends and family get to experience the artwork
We look forward to having you all here End of lesson