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ZartExtraNewsletters2000Term1Term2Term3Term4 BlankPage Term3Edition2000RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003AVisualArtspublicationproducedeachtermforKindergartenPrimaryandSecondaryTeachersbyZartArtandZartEducationService. Term32000Editionpage2ZartextraZartArtPoBox1136BoxHillVicAustralia3128441LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398901867Fax0398986527Internetwww.zartart.com.auEmailzartartzartart.com.auHours8.30am-5.00pmWeekdays8.30am-12.00noonSaturdayZartworksPoBox1136BoxHillVicAustralia3128341LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398905110Fax0398986527Internetwww.zartart.com.auemailzartartzartart.com.auHours9.00am-5.00pmWeekdays9.00am-12.00noonSaturdayZartArtSchoolWholesaleSupplierZartArtoffersanextensiverangeofresourcesartmaterialscraftandtechnologysupplies.Youwillfindcompetitivepricesandefficientandquickservice.ZartworksRetailShopZartworkshaveallyourartandcraftneedscateringforbothbeginnerandprofessionalartists.Youcanselectfromawiderangeofvisualartscraftandgraphicsupplies.Browseatyourleisureorseekassistancefromourexperiencedstaff.ZartChildrensGalleryThegalleryfeaturesartworksmadebychildrenfromPreptoYear12fromallaroundVictoria.Schoolscanarrangeforchildrentovisitthegalleryanalysetheworksoftheircontemporariesandthenmakearelevantpieceoftheirownartworkinourworkshopswithanartconsultant.Thegalleryisalsoopentothepublicforviewingduringopeninghoursfreeofcharge.ZartEducationServiceZartEducationServiceprovideshandsonprofessionaldevelopmentworkshopsforPrimaryandSecondaryteachersaswellasKindergartenLOTEteachersandLibrarians.VisualArtsworkshopsareregularlyheldatZartanduponrequestatyourschooldistrictorKLAsgroup.OurconsultantsalsoworkwithgroupsofstudentsonspecialprojectsasartistinschoolsorCRTintheartroom.ZartEducationServiceDearClientsThisyearhasbeenextremelybusyforZartEducationServiceaswehavecreatedandconductedamongstotherthingstheOlympicsandBookWeekP.D.programmes.Sincerethanksmustgotoourveryhardworkingandprofessionalteamofartconsultantsandadministrators.Eachyearweinservicebetween2000and3000teachersacrossVictoriaandatvariousinterstatelocations.ZartEducationServicereceivenogovernmentassistance.Wearepartiallyself-fundingandrelyonthegoodwillofZartArtforsomefunds.Oureducationserviceaimstoprovideclientswithahighqualityandefficientservice.TothisendweareimplementingthreepoliciesforZartorganisedworkshops1.BOOKINGPROCEDURESYoumaybookviaaTelephonebFaxorcEmail.Thenthereturnslipissimplysentwithyourpayment.2.PAYMENTSParticipantsmustprepayforworkshopbookingstoensureplacement.3.CANCELLATIONSZartEducationServicerequiresatleast24hoursnoticeifaparticipantwishestocancelaworkshopbooking.Failuretodosowillresultinnorefundorcredit.Thesepolicieswillallowustostreamlinebookingproceduresreallocateplacementswherenecessaryandultimatelymeettheneedsofalltheteachersweservice.Wehopeyouwillcontinuetofindourservicebeneficialandenjoyable.Term3offerssomenewandexcitingworkshops.ThereisaCSFIIvisualartsworkshopforthosewhowishtoputthedocumentintopractice.WearealsoofferingaworkshopinpartnershipwiththeBotanicGardensandanotherwithScienceworks.Seeinsert.Thankyouforyoursupport.DaniChakCo-OrdinatorZartEducationServiceFrontCoverKylieTraskMillParkSecondaryCollage Term32000Editionpage3ZartextraTheExpressionistartistnotonlybroughttolifeaspectsofrichexaggeratedcolouranddistortedformswhichwereinitiallybeyondthecomprehensionofyear8studentsbutachallengetonurturetheirimaginationandcreativity.ARTSPRACTICEStudentsdevelopedskillsintheselectionandexplorationoftheartelementslinecolourtoneshapeandtexture.Theyalsoconsideredthedistortionofformbalancemovementharmonyandcontrast.Theseelementsandprinciplesbecamemoreapparenttothestudentsastheyprogressedthroughtheactivity.AselectionofphotocopiesofartworkbyExpressionistsphotographsfrombooksoflandscapescityscapesbuildingsandhousescoveredtheartroomtable.Theseresourceswereusedtogaininspirationfortheartwork.StudentswereaskedtochooseoneoftheartworksbyanExpressionistandaphotographofalandscapeandorcityscapeandcompletetwodrawings.Theywererequiredtodrawsimpleoutlinesoftreesbuildingshousesetc.andtodistorttheforms.Thetechniqueofapplyingoilpastelswasthendemonstratedandstudentsbecamemoreengagedandexcitedabouttheactivity.ThemainfocusoftheactivitywastocreatelandscapesthroughtheexplorationoftheartelementslinecolourtoneshapeandtextureandanunderstandingofthemaincharacteristicsofExpressionism.TheYear8studentswereintroducedtoExpressionismthroughaclassdiscussionoftheartworkbyartistssuchasLudwigKirchnerandErichHeckel.Anexplanationoftheiraimsandthetechniquestheyusedwasalsoprovided.ExpressiveLandscapesMillParkSecondaryCollegeisaco-educationalschoolwithaJunioryear7-10aSeniorCampusyear11-12andastudentpopulationof1860students.TheVisualArtProgramatMillParkSecondaryCollegeforYear7-10aimstoprovideafullrangeofenrichingexperiencesindrawingpaintingprintingandceramics.Thecurriculumisbasedonmakinglearningforstudentschallengingandrewardinginanatmospherewhichenhancesstudentsselfesteem.Theprogramoffersarangeofenjoyableactivitieswherestudentsdevelopskillsexpressideasattainknowledgeandpresenttheiraccomplishments.ExpressiveLandscapeswasonesuchactivityfortheYear8students.SecondaryVisualArts ZartextraTerm32000Editionpage4Acolourstudywasthencompletedinoilpastelonaphotocopyoftheoriginaldrawing.Theydiscoveredhowthesurfacetexturevariedasdidthethicknessoftheoilpastelandhowcolourswereaffectedbyeachotherwhentheywereoverworked.ThedrawingwasthenenlargedtoA2sizepaperbyusinganoverheadprojectortoretainthespontaneousqualityinthestudentsoriginaldrawings.Finallysomeareaswithintheartworkwereoutlinedusingblackink.Oilpastelcanalsobeasanalternativetotheink.Theartworkwasmountedanddisplayedintheartroomandaroundtheschool.RESPONDINGTOTHEARTSStudentsviewedcolouredphotocopiesoftheExpressionistsandworkedingroupsontheanalysisoftheartworkpriortothecommencementoftheoilpasteldrawing.Theydescribedthelandscapesanddiscussedthetechniqueandsomeoftheartelementsandprinciplesintheartwork.Theywereaskedtofocusontheexpressivequalitieswithintheartworkbymatchingalistofworkswithimagestoidentifythecharacteristicswiththeartwork.StudentswroteaboutoneexampleofanExpressionistartworkusingthefindingsofthegroup.Aftertheoilpasteldrawingwascompletedthestudentstitledtheartworkandcompletedanevaluationoftheirownartwork.Theybrieflydiscussedandexplainedtheirartworktotheclass.Theywereproudoftheireffortsandwereverypleasedwiththeappearanceofthelandscapedrawingswiththebrightboldexaggeratedcoloursanddistortedforms.TheyweredelightedthattheytoowereabletobringthelandscapetolifeastheExpressionistsdid.Somewereevenquitesurprisedwiththeirachievements.WrittenbyGinaPalameraMillParkSecondaryCollege ProfileTerm32000Editionpage5ZartextraDesakPutuYogiAntara7yrIndonesiaMyPlaceTempatkuIamcominghomefromschoolinmyschooluniformforWednesdayandThursday.BeforeIgotoschoolmymothercombsandplaitsmyhair.Iamcarryingmybroomtohelpcleantheschool.Myhomeworkisinmybag.StaceySjogren11yrAustraliaMyPlaceTempatkuThispictureismesoakinginahotbubblebath.Ilovewatchingthebubblesfloatupandpopnearthewindow.Thewarmheat-lightsareshinningonmeandmakemefeelrelaxedandcalm.Thisismyspecialplace.MyPlaceAsiaAustraliaposterprojectisaninnovativeartseducationalexchangebetweenAustralianschoolchildrenandtheircounterpartsinuptoeightcountriesoftheAsianRegion.Itscoreobjectiveistofostercrossculturalknowledgeandanunderstandingofeachotherslivesandbeliefsinordertocombatracismintoleranceandtheperpetuationofstereotypesusingvisualartsasthemediumforexchange.Theobservationof40imagesofplacebothfromtheirowncountryandothersenableschildrentorealisetherearemultipleperspectivesofplace.Thebenefitsforchildrenslearningandteacherspracticearesignificant.OneobservationmadebyteachersofthepreviousprojectMyPlaceTempatkuwasthattheIndonesianchildrenrevealastrongsenseofcommunitywithintheirimages.Manyoftheirimagesrepresentgroupsofpeople.Forexampleworkinginthericefieldsplayingsportwiththeirfriendshelpingathomeandprayingattheirvillagetemple.Theseimagesreflecttheirinterestandconcernsaboutfamilyreligionvillagelifeandtheirenvironment.TheartworkandstoriescreatedbytheAustralianchildrenreflectagreaterindividualperspective.Manyoftheseimagesrepresentthechildaloneengagedinleisureactivitiesofapersonalorsolitarynature.Forexamplesoakinginabatheatingchocolateplayingwithapetreadingabookorrepresentingafavouritelocation.Thereisminimalconcernexpressedfortheirenvironment.Theprojectisbasedonresearchthatconsidersvisualartandliteracycanprovidethevehiclestoenhanceculturalunderstandingandfurthercommunication.Itallowschildrentopresentintangibleformtheirexperienceswhichinturnfacilitatestheirviewsbeliefsandvaluestobecomeexplicit.Teacherscanthenthroughquestioninganddirectedactivitiesencouragestudentstorealisethevalueofmultipleperspectivesandexperiences.Studentsdevelophigherlevelthinkingskillsenablingthemtorespondwithlessemotionandgreaterlevelsoftolerancethuschallengingpreviouslyestablishedstereotypicalviews.TheexhibitionwillstarttouringlaterthisyearandincludethecollaborationsofchildrenfromChinaJapanROKoreaThailandIndiaMalaysiaSingaporeHongKongTaiwanandthePhilippines.EastMeetsWestinArtEducationMyPlaceAsiaAustraliabyMargaretStephensAsiaEducationFoundation ZartextraTerm32000Editionpage6ArtGallerySituatedatZartEducationServiceisZartChildrensGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkscreatedbystudentsfromLevels1-7.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterm.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirpiecesofvisualart.WhynotcombineatourwithaworkshopTheworkshopisbasedonaparticularaspectofthegallery.Thegallerytoursaregenerallyofatwohourdurationandusually2gradeswillattend.PleasecontactMeganPoteatZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthisserviceon039890-1867.OneoftheunitsofworkdisplayedinthistermsgalleryisfromPattersonLakesPrimarySchool.ThestudentsbeganbylookingatJoanMirosworkBirdsandInsects.TheydiscussedMirosuseoflineandpatternandhowheusedhisimaginationtoformhisownimages.Theybeganbyspongingthebackgroundusingoneprimarycolourandblackorwhite.Nexttheydrewimaginarybirdsandinsectsusingfinelinersormarkers.Detailandcolourwasthenaddedwithcolouredpencilsifdesired.GalleryListingforTerm3CroydonHillsP.S.PastelDrawingsPattersonLakesP.S.LineandPatternDoncasterS.C.ModelartModelsMillParkS.C.PastelDrawingsBerwickS.C.PastelDrawingsKingswoodCollegePaintingsDigitalPhotosEastbourneP.S.Placemates2000PascoeValeGirlsSecPaintingsGlenferrieP.S.PirateBirdsBerwickLodgeP.S.CobwebsSpidersBeverleyHillsP.S.PicassoSt.MargaretsJnr.PastelandDyeGirtonCollegeMonoprintsMontroseP.S.QuiltMentoneBoysGram.SarcophagiSt.BedesSchoolEmusPreshillShadowBoxesIfyouwouldliketohaveyourworkexhibitedintheGallerypleasecontactJanRokeron039890-1867or0412362376. 2000200020002000Term32000Editionpage7ZartextraPrimaryVisualArtsGrade56childrenweregiventheopportunitytoexploreadrawingactivityduringTerm1onYear2000PlaceMats.Avarietyofdrawingmediawasusedeg.AquarellesmarkersblackgoldsilvermarkersPoscamarkerspastelscolouredpapersandglitter.Arangeofbooksonthenewmillenniumnewspaperarticlesandtechnologyideaswerecollectedanddiscussedpriortothestartofthelesson.Childrensideasandviewswerewrittendownastowhattheythoughtthenewmillenniumwouldbelike.FromchildrensdiscussionpointseachchildthencompletedaseriesofsketchesincludingNewYearsCelebrationthatcouldbeusedwithinthe2000circles.CreatingMakingandPresenting.ChildrenusedcutouttemplatesofYear2000tracingontocartridgepaper.Childrenwereencouragedtocompleteadifferentpatternaroundeachcircleandthetwo.Alimitationwassetbystipulatingthatthetwo2wastobeblackandwhiteonlyfollowedbyeachcircleincoloursblackgoldandsilveremphasisplacedonbrightboldcolourfulpatternwork.Oncompletionofthepatternworkchildrenthenusedtheiroriginalsketchestodrawintothecircles.ThefirstcirclefocussedontheNewYearCelebrationstheremainingtwoheldanimaginaryconceptofthefutureeg.spacealienlifefuturecitiesrobotsetc.Childrencouldalsousemagazinecut-outscollagetoplaceintooneofthecircles.Thecollectionofplacematshadcolourfulglitterpastedaroundthe2000tocreateacelebrationeffectbeforetheywereputthroughthelaminator.2PMBySandraCourtEastbournePrimarySchool Term32000Editionpage8ZartextraPrimaryVisualArtsFeelingBluewithPabloPicassoThispaintingunitbeganwiththeteachersneedtogivethechildrenpracticeincolourmixinginparticularaddingwhiteandblacktoaprimarytomaketintsandtones.Beingadeptatusingthisskillintheirworkwouldgivethechildrenspaintingsaddeddepthandstructure.UsingthebookAWorkofArtbyJoanChambersMoolyHoodandMichaelPeakepublishedbyBelairweadaptedacolourwheelactivitybypaintinggraduatingtintsofblue.Reviewofthisactivityledustodiscussthefeelingsandmoodsdifferentcoloursevokeinusandhowtheuseofcoloureffectsmood.WethenlookedatworkfromPabloPicassosBluePeriodandstudiedhisportraitsalongwiththoseofotherartists.ThisgaveusanopportunitytocompareanddiscussdifferentstylesandtoseehowPicassointerpretedhissubjectsbydistortingandrearrangingthefeaturesofaportraitoftendepictingaprofileandfrontonviewinthesamework.Thechildrensawthatthereappearednorightorwrongwaytohiswork.Withthisconfidencetheysketchedonpaperuntiltheywerehappywiththeirideas.OnA3papertheyusedpencilstodrawalightbulbshape.Thisgavethemaheadandneckasastartingpointfortheirwork.Featureswereaddedinprofileandfrontonandchildrenwereencouragedtoexaggerateanddistort.Linesweredrawnfromthesefeaturestobreakuptheremainingareas.Withblueblackandwhitepainttoworkwithchildrenpaintedinthevariousareasoftheirworkusingasmanyshadesastheycould.Theyexperimentedwithuseofcolourtocreatevisualmessagesofbalancecontrastandharmony.Somechildrendecidedtofurtherdistortandconfusetheirworkbyalsobreakingupthebackgroundareaintovariousshapes.Thistechniquehadthetendencytolosetheportraitwithinthewholepiece.Whenthepaintingwasdrythelinesbetweenthedifferentareasofpaintweredrawnoverwithablackpermanentmarker.Completedportraitswerecutoutandmountedondarkbluecoverpaper.Whendiscussingthenatureofthedisplayfortheirworkthechildrendecidedthattheircolourwheelsshouldbeincludedinthepresentationtoillustratethedevelopmentoftheactivity.Thiswasaverysuccessfulactivity.Thechildrenworkedenthusiasticallyandshowedprideintheirfinishedpieces.FrompaintingaresponsetotheartworkofPicassotheyweremotivatedtolookmorecloselyandanalyticallyattheworkofotherartists.WrittenbyLynFerrallBeverleyHillsP.S. ZartextraTerm32000Editionpage9ActivitiesThesecrittersarebasedonanoldfashiontoyandactuallymovewhenyoupullthestring.TheyareanewproductwhichmaybeusedfortopicssuchasInsectsAnimalsThingsThatMovetechnologyorToys.Anumberofschoolshavealsoboughtthemfortheirfairs.Thehowtoassembleinstructionscomewitheachpacketandarebestdonebyupperprimarystudentsoradults.Thedecorationofthesurfacecanbecompletedbyallagesandhavebeenparticularlypopularwithlowerandmiddleprimarylevels.WhencompleteyoucouldhaveacrittercompetitionWhichcrittermovesthefurthest.ItsgreatfunBelowarethreesuggestedwaysofdecoratingthecritters.SCORPIONToDecorate1.Paintthescorpionblackandallowtodry.2.Usingasataystickdippedinredpaintpaintinfeatureseyesroundendmouthtailandclawssideofstick.3.Usingtheendsandsidesofthesataystickdragdribbledotandmarkthecritterwithvariouscoloursofpaint.4.Attachchenillebumpsforlegs-3eachsideusingastapler.MaterialsVipondArtistAcrylicPaintBlackwhitejadedeepgreendeepyelloworangeyellowochrelightblueredandultramarinebluesataysticksandchenillebumps2black.TURTLEToDecorate1.Tearredtissuepaperintosmallpieces.Collageturtlewithtissuepaperyoudontneedtobetooneatasthishelpstogiveatexturedlook.2.Make2smallballsofblacktissuepaperandstickonforeyes.Pastetinypiecesoftornblacktissuepaperaroundfeetedgesthetailandthemouth.3.Tearthegoldandgreentissuepaperintosmallsquares.Gatherindividualpiecesoftissuepapertightlyaroundtheendofapenpencil.HoldingthetissuepaperaroundthependiptheendinPVAandattachtotheturtlemixingcoloursandsidesofpaper.Placethepiecescloselytogethertogiveatexturedlook.MaterialsMetallictissuepaperGoldredgreenblacktissuepaperPVA.ANTToDecorate1.Painttheantblackandallowtodry.2.Usingmetallicmarkersaddthefeatures.3.Usemarkerstocreateinterestingpatternsovertheentirebodyofthecritter.4.AttacheyeswithPVA.5.Attachrubberlegsprovidedwithstapler.MaterialsVipondArtistAcrylicPaintBlackmetallicmarkersGoldbulletfinepointjoggleeyes12mmandPVACRITTERSAntMouseScorpionBeetleTurtleEarwigFrogPkt10Cost9.2010GST10.12NotavailableinassortedpktsCrittersCrittersote PLANETEARTHCARDBOARDCUT-OUTMOBILEComesasaflatcardboardsquarewhichiseasytohangandopenintoamobile.Pktof10Cost7.5010GST8.25ZartextraTerm32000Editionpage10ActivitiesPlanetEarthMobilePlanetEarthisacardboardcutoutmobiledesignedtorepresentthefourlayersoftheearthinproportion.ThecardboardblankmaybeusedinnumerouscreativewaysinScienceSOSEorArtatbothprimaryandsecondarylevels.Paintandpastelsareexcellentonthewhitecardboard.Wesuggeststudentsdonotopenitintoamobileuntiltheartworkiscompleteonbothsides.ACTIVITY1.ResearchinformationaboutEarth.2.StudentschoosetwomainfeaturesofplanetEarthonwhichtheywouldliketofocuseg.theseaplantsanimalsbirdsinsectspeopleandbuildings.3.ChoosetwocolourstopresenttheEarth.PaintbothsidesofthePlanetEarthmobileusingaspongeroller.4.Whenpaintisdryusepastelstodrawindetailseg.fishfortheseaplants.5.Putstringintheholeprovidedforhanging.6.Removesquareframeopenmobileandhangup.MATERIALSPlanetEarthcardboardcut-outmobilepaintpastelsspongerollerandstring. ZartextraTerm32000Editionpage11ActivitiessolarsystemCHARTThischartpicturedbelowhasbeendesignedbyZartArtinconsultationwiththePlanetariumtoaShowplanetsizesinproportiontooneanotherupperchart.bShoweachplanetsdistancefromthesunlowerchart.cAllowstudentstodecoratetheplanetscreatively.Thechartcomesinfourpieceswhichjointogethereasilytobecomeafrieze.Thetotallengthofthechartis240cmx21cm.Afactsheetwithrelevantinformationisprovided.Theplanetsareblankandthebackgroundisnavyblue.Studentsmayusemarkerswatercolourpencilspastelstodecoratetheplanetsortheycouldcutoutaplanetfromcardboardasphotographeddecorateitandthenpasteitontothechart.TheSolarSystemChartLowerChartUpperChartBookWeek2000TheEdgeofTomorrowArtActivitiesonThemeandPictureStoryBooksActivitiesonthethemeweredesignedbyKateHart.ActivitiesonthesixshortlistedPictureStoryBooksweredesignedbyAnnBidstrupLynFerrallKateHartMimKocherRobynMacDonaldandCherylMcHugh.ActivitieswillsuitclassteachersLibrariansandArtteachers.54pp20.0010GST22.00ZARTSSOLARSYSTEMCHARTEasytoassembleSolarSystemChart.Dimensionsofthechartare240cmlongx21cmwide.Afactsheetisprovided.Pkt1Cost5.0010GST5.50 NewResourcesTerm32000Editionpage12ZartextraAndakangarootooNationalGalleryofAustraliaTherearemanydifferentAboriginallanguagesandthetranslationsprovidedinthisbookarethosefromthelanguagegroupofeachartistwheretheirworkappears.AllworksillustratedarefromtheAboriginalandTorresStraitIslanderCollectionoftheNationalGalleryofAustralia.14.9510GST16.45startSCULPTINGbyJohnPlowmanTwentyexcitingprojectsrangingfromaracingcyclistandaleapingdolphintoalandscapereliefandacascadeofautumnleaves.Fullcolourphotographyandstep-by-stepinstructionsaredesignedtogiveconfidencetobeginners.Idealintroductiontobasicsculptingtechniquesofcarvingmodellingconstructioncastingandassemblage.144pp43.9510GST48.35ARTWISEVISUALARTS7-10byGlenisIsraelArtwiseiswrittenfortheVisualArts7-10syllabusinNSW.Itfeaturesandextensiverangeofqualityfullcolourreproductionsmakingitavaluableresourceforanyteacherorstudentofvisualarts.Studyingartfurtherresearchandmakingartexercisesareintegratedchallengingstudentstoexploretheirownopinionsandstimulatingtheirownartmaking.212pp35.9510GST39.55AFRICANHATSANDJEWELLRYbyDuncanClarkeAnexaminationofmaterialsandtechniquesoftraditionalAfricanprintingdecoratingandcraftproduction.Themythologyandmeaningofjewellerybeadshatsclothsandmasks.TheparttheyplayinadornmentinceremonialandeverydaylifeintheAfricansub-continent.112pp43.9510GST48.35PHOTOGRAPHYproductionandappreciationbySandraJaneThisbookprovidesstudentswithtextexamplesandactivitiesforcreatinganalysingandstudyingphotographyasaformofart.ThistextbookiswrittenspecificallyforLevels56and7oftheVisualArtsstrandoftheNationalCurriculumandCurriculumandStandardsFrameworksforArt.166pp34.9510GST38.45