Presentation on theme: "This lesson(s) is about the Art of Rugby Using the art movement ‘Futurism’ as a contextual study vehicle to engage pupils. Pupils initially produce Futurism."— Presentation transcript:
This lesson(s) is about the Art of Rugby Using the art movement ‘Futurism’ as a contextual study vehicle to engage pupils. Pupils initially produce Futurism style drawings inspired by Gloucester Rugby. The following lesson plan, presented as a PowerPoint, is Nat Curriculum appropriate for Art and Design at Key Stages 2,3,4. ‘Explore and develop ideas’ ‘Investigate and make’ ‘Evaluate and develop’ ‘Knowledge and Understanding’
‘Futurism’ 1909-1920 ‘Futurism’ was a name given to the art which was about movement, speed, confrontation, movement, team work and ‘Dynamism’. This style of artwork has a ‘wow factor’ It is characterised by the repetition of lines Brilliant colours Flowing brush strokes The Illusion of Movement …….Dynamic. The artist Umberto Boccioni was a futuristic style artist. Here are some examples of his art work.
Think! Rugby in a Futurist style Think! Gloucester Rugby Club colours Red, white, black Think! About the game of rugby. Running, passing, tackling, jumping, diving, kicking, etc. Team work! Physical and Dynamic. Some people say that ‘rugby is the greatest team game in the world’! Physical and Dynamic.
Your Challenge. Use the photo copies of Gloucester rugby players to produce your own ‘Futuristic’ style rugby drawing. Look at the body positions, arms, legs, teamwork, movement, etc.! Your work will be called ‘The Dynamism of Rugby’ ! When you have drawn your ‘composition’ colour them in using only red, white, and black.
Plenary Each pupil presents their Futurist compositions to the group. Extension lessons. Pupils could enlarge their compositions into paintings, collages, murals, etc. Produce other studies depicting speed and movement. IT opportunities for image manipulation. Further related studies of ‘Cubism’.