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Term12002EditionZartextraTerm1Edition2002RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003AVisualArtspublicationproducedeachtermforKindergartenPrimaryandSecondaryTeachersbyZartArtandZartEducationService.erm1Edition2002RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003KindergartenPrimayandecndayachersbyartArtandartducationServic.ZartExtraNewsletters2002Term1Term2Term3Term4AualArtubiatiorodudeahtrmr BlankPage Term12002EditionZartextraTerm1Edition2002RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003AVisualArtspublicationproducedeachtermforKindergartenPrimaryandSecondaryTeachersbyZartArtandZartEducationService. Page2Term12002EditionZartextraFrontCoverLucyHardieYr11WANGANUIPARKSECONDARYCOLLEGEZartArtPOBox1136BoxHillVicAustralia3128441LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398901867Fax0398986527Internetwww.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.VisualArtsworkshopsareregularlyheldatZartandinmetropolitanandcountrylocationsanduponrequestatyourschooldistrictorKLAsgroup.WhyweneedartistsZartEducationServiceTheFederationcelebrationsof2001servedtomakeusmoreconsciousofwhoweareasanation.Ourculturalidentityandpoliticalideologiespertainingtodemocracyreconciliationmulticulturalismandnationhoodwerecelebrated.WesawpeopledressedinweirdandwonderfulcostumesparadingthroughthestreetsofMelbournesingingsongsofhopeandmovingtothesymbolicstepsofadance.WecouldvisitnumerousartgalleriesaroundthecountryandviewmagnificantexhibitionsoffamousAustralianartists.In2001wewereproudtobeAustralian.Perhapswhatwetookforgrantedweretheartistswhoarebehindthescenes.Itisafterallartistswhoidentifytheirsocieties.WhatisitaboutthesongIamAustralianthatifyouareanAustralianmakesyourbloodstirandmakesyoufeelsogoodWhydowenevertireofseeingSidneyNolansseriesonNedkellyIsitbecausetheseartistshavecapturedthespiritofanationwewanttobelongtoIsitbecausewewantaheritagewecancelebrateInthelatterpartof2001certainworldeventstouchedourlivesandmadeusquestionwhatthingsareimportanttousasindividuals.ItbroughtfamiliestogetheritmadeusrealizethatAustraliaisnotsuchabadplaceafterall.Forthechildrenweteacheveryyearshouldbeacelebrationofourartists.AustralianchildrenneedtofeelthatstirringintheirheartswhentheyhearthewordsofapoembyHenryLawsonseeaMcCubbinlandscapewhentheyaredrivingthroughthecountrysideorexperienceaJohnBrack5pmrushhourinCollinsStreetwhentheygotoMelbournesCBD.Theyneedtofeelproudofwhotheyareandwhatisimportanttothem.Ifwedonothaveartistswhocapturethosefacetsofpersonalexperienceweasanationwillwitheranddieandourchildrenwillbesomuchpoorer. Page3Term12002EditionZartextraSecondary1SallyQuillLampsTask1graphiteLucyHardieClocksAboveTask1graphiteLucywasinterestedintheimageryoftheSurrealists.LeftTask2RightTask4sculptureheebleandacrylicpaintJenniferShortalShoes.LeftTask1pencilBelowLTask2acrylicpaintBelowRTask3collageandacrylicpaint.StudentswereprovidedwithawiderangeofmaterialsbothnormalandwatersolublepencilscrayonsandpastelschalkandoilpastelsvarietyofpaintsandinksandprintingmaterialaswellasarangeofbooksdealingwithtechniquethebestofwhichwereArteffects-JeanDrysdaleGreenandPaintingWithoutaBrush-DavidFerrywhichgivearangeofdifferenttechniquesandideas.AboveBridgetCantwellBottles.Task2a.ChalkPastelb.ColouredPencilc.OilPastelWanganuiParkSecondaryCollegeislocatedinSheppartonwithnearly1000students.andVerticalModularGroupingforyears8-10.AspartoftheartslearningareaPhotographyArtCeramicsandVisualCommunicationareeachofferedwith3consecutivelevels.HoweverstudentsselectonlyoneartsunitpersemesterandasmediastudiesdramaandmusicarealsoofferedaspartoftheArtsitisnotunusualforstudentstoenterVCEArtatyear11withavariedrangeoftechnicalskillsandabilities.Manyhavedifficultyfindingastartingpointfortheirworkandtheoriginalunitwasdevelopedtodothis.Itranfortwoweeksandconsistedofonlythreepencildrawingsstudentswererequiredtouseonlytheshapesandimageswithinthedrawingstodevelopasequencefromrealistictoabstract.WithchangesintheVCEcurriculumandtheemphasisnowonexplorationoftechniquematerialsandmediatheunitwasextendedtorunthewholeofsemesterone.ItfulfilledthecriteriaofOutcome1coveringandencompassingcrossmediainboth2dand3dworkaswellasencouragingstudentstoinvestigateartistsofpersonalinterestworkinginavarietyofmediaandstyles.Studentswerepresentedwiththefollowingrangeoftasks1Produceaseriesofthreedrawingsbeginningwitharealisticrepresentationanyobjectofchoiceandshowadevelopmentalprogression.Thiscanbetowardsabstractionormayfollowadevelopmentbasedonpersonalideasorfantasy.InrelationtothisstudentswereaskedtolookatartworksinavarietyofstylesincludingCubism.SurrealismExpressionism.2Usinganyofthethreedrawingsasastartingpointproduceanotherthreeartpiecesusingadifferentmediaandstyleofworking.Lotsofexperimentationwasencouragedhereincludingdigitalimagingandtheoftenforgottencolouredpencil.3Produceoneworkusingmixedmedia.4Produceathreedimensionalpiecebasedonanyoftheideasthathavecomefromtheexplorationsusinganymaterialsortechniquesegheeblemodrocpolystyrenepapermacheclayrecycledmaterialsmoldsetc5Inadditionstudentsareaskedtokeepanannotatedvisualdiaryoftheirexperimentsandtechniques.Thisbecomesausefulreferenceforsecondsemesteraswellasyear12.DDRRAAWINGWINGGallinaMacKenzie Term12002EditionZartextraSecondaryArticlecont.DRAWINGCaseyMcGuffyHollyWattsTravisKellyLucyHardieLucyHardieisaYear11studentfasttrackinganddoingYear12.Theseareher3finalpiecesforYear12allcolouredpencilherfavoritemedium.SheattendedaprimarySteinerSchoolwhichisevidentinbothherartworkandwritings.Page4SelfPortraitsThisisaLevel5ArtClassandisusuallymadeupofamixofyear8and9studentsthemixdependsonwhetheritisinfirstorsecondsemester.Sometimesevenwithyear9sthefocusforthesemesteristheHumanFormstartingwiththeheadandportraiture.Studentsdoarangeofdrawingslookingatproportionandfeaturesandthendrawatonalselfportrait.TheythenresearchPicassoandcreatethereownPicassostyleselfportraitusingcolouredpencil. ProfilePage5Term12002EditionZartextraACelebrationofAustralianArtistsSurreyHillsPrimarySchoolappliedforandwasgranteda1000artgrantfromtheWhitehorseCouncilwhostipulatedthatthegranthadtobespentonaFederationproject.Aftersomediscussionitwasagreedthatanoutdoorpaintedmuralwithceramicartworksonitsframewouldimprovetheaestheticsoftheschoolandallowall460studentstocontributetotheprojectandultimatelytakeownershipofit.Wechose6artistorstylestoreflectAustralianartsinceFederation.MuralConstructioncompletedbyBrettMoreyaparentoftheschool.ThePanelsHardiesCompressedSheetsoldinarangeofsizesbutwechosethe2400mmx900mmat67persheetfromBunnings.Wecutoursinto6smallerpanelsof1000mmx900mmsoitwouldfitthelengthofthewall.NoteothersheetsareavailableegMarinePlyisabetterqualitybutmoreexpensiveandBlueBoardisanotherpossibilityifyouwantsomethingcheaperandwithashorterlifespan.Eachpanelwascoatedwithanacrylicsealerundercoatonbothsidestoprotectitfromweathering.TheBoltsFlatHeadRynaboltat1.68each.Allow4perpaneltobeboltedinthemortarofthebrickwork.ThereareshorterandcheaperboltssuchastheRoundHeadNylonAnchorforsmallerpanelsonindoorwalls.TheFrameoptionalTreatedPinethekilndryingprocessensuresitwillstaystraightandthecornerswilljoin.Weused32mmx57mmandpaintedtheframewithVipondbeforeitwasputuponthewall.Sectionsthesizeofcoinswereleftunpaintedtoallowtheceramiciconstobeglueddirectlyontothewoodenframe.RespondingtotheArtsandArtMakingTointroducestudentstotheprojecteachstudentfromgrade3upwardswasrequiredtoresearchadesignatednumberofthechosenartistsandtheirstyles.Thisassistedclassdiscussionaboutthelifeoftheartisthisfamousworkswhichmostofthemcouldrecognizeandthekeyelementstohisstyle.Discussionalsocentredontechniquesheusedandtechniqueswecoulduse.VipondAcrylicpaintswerechosenfortheiroutdoordurabilityandfortheirrangeofvibrantcolours.Arangeofpaintingtoolsweretobeusedsuchasspongesbrushescardboardandspongebrush.ArtsmockswerecompulsorybecauseVipondpaintisveryhardtoremoveoffclothingandwhenemployingsometechniquesstudentscouldusearubberglove.Studentscameoutingroupsoffourtoworkonthepanel.Panel1AboriginalStyleDotPaintingTheGrade2swereintroducedtosomeAboriginalstyleofdrawingiebirdseyeviewx-rayviewandgiventhetaskofsketchinganimalsforthepanel.Traditionalcoloursofblackwhiteochreredorangeandyellowwerechosenforthepainting.Studentspaintedthebackgroundwithalightbrownthenoutlinedsomeofthedrawingsontothepanelandpaintedthemblack.Oncedryadesigninwhitewaspaintedontheblackanimals.Whenalltheanimalswerecompletedstudentschosevariouscolourcombinationstooutlinetheanimalswithdottedlinesusingcigarettefiltersandtheheadsofnails.Panel2McCubbinandthedepictionofEarlyAustralianBushScenesGrade3studentsstudiedMcCubbinspaintingssuchasThePioneerandLosttogainanunderstandingofhisuseofcoloursandperspectives.Theyexploredthetechniqueofusingavarietyofmarkstocreateabushscenecardboardforthetreetrunksspongesforthefoliageetc.Firsttheyspongedonabackgroundtocreateasceneofskyandmountainandthentheycreatedaforegroundusingsmallertreestogivethesenseofdistance.Wechoseavarietyofmixedgreensandbrownsandgreysforthetreetrunks.InLostthereisalittlelostgirlinthebushsowetookthisideaanddepictedalittlelostSurreyHillsstudentinourpainting.Decisionsevolvedaseachgroupcameandworkedonthepanel.Panel3DrysdaleandthedepictionofEarlyAustralianSettlementGrade5studentsworkedonthispanelaftertheyhadgainedanappreciationofDrysdaleimagesofoutbackAustraliansceneswiththefarmhousethewindmillsheds Page6Term12002EditionZartextraProfilecont.andfencesintheburntorangetonesofheat.Theyspongedlayersofcoloursforthelandandskyandthenusedcardboardtopainttheimagesintheforeground.Panel4NolanandhisstudyofNedKellyStudentslearntindepthaboutNolansexplorationofNedKellyfromthebookFramingNedKellybyLoiuseMartin-Chew.TheygainedsomeinsightintotheimportanceofNolanschildhoodimpressionsofthetale.StudentsusedspongesadrybrushtechniqueandcardboardfortreestocreateanAustralianbackgroundforNed.TheforegroundwassimplyNedcutoutofclayfiredandpaintedwithblackVipondpaint.Panel5BrackandModernAustralianUrbanLifeBrackprovedtobeaverypopularchoiceforoneGrade6classanda34composite.WediscussedBracksworksinparticular5pmCollinsStreet.Wedecidedtointerpretthisintoourownworkentitled330pmSurreyHillsPrimarySchool.WeusedBrackscoloursofblackwhiteandbrowntocreateavarietyoftones.Somestudentsbeganbypaintingaschoolwallbutasthiswasdeemedtoostarkaclockandtwowindowswereadded.AllthestudentsmaderoughsketchesofthemselvesGrade34drewthewholefigureandGrade6drewtheheadandshouldersusingthestraightlinesandgeometricshapesfavouredbyBrack.Sketcheswerethencopiedontothebottomhalfofthepanel.ThepaintingofthestudentswasrestrictedtoBrackscoloursplusthreetonesofbluetoreflectourschooluniform.Panel6DoneandModernAustralianArtNaveAGrade6classweregiventhetaskofanalysingKenDonesworksandinterpretinghisfocusonSydneyharbourintoaseaandlandscapeofMelbourne.WelookedatanddiscussedDonesuseofvibrantcolourslikeMatissetodepictbeautyandhissimplyyetveryappealinglinestocreateform.WethenlookedatphotographsoffamousMelbournebuildingsbridgesandnotsofamousshipsandboatswhichfillPortPhillipBay.StudentshadtomakesketchesoftheirchosenformsandthenpaintthemontothepanelwhichhadbeenpreparedwithanoutlineofpartofthebayintheDonecoloursofblueandyellow.Thereweresomeunforgettablemomentsduringtheprogressionoftheproject.OnedayagroupofstudentsstrolledpasttheworkinprogressandoneyelledDonttellmelknow.ThatsMcCubbinAnotherdaytwoGrade3boyshadcomebackaftertheweekendandhadjointlydrawnandcolouredapictureofanAboriginalstyleserpent.Thiswastheirpersonalresponsetotheworktheyhaddoneinschool.AttheopeningofthemuralwecelebratedandpaidtributetotheAustralianartistswhoseartistryweborrowedandwerecognisedthewealthoftalentintheschoolthatallowedthecreationofsuchanartwork.AswesangIamAustralianwecouldseeourselvesourAustralianessdepictedineverypanelofthemural.MarianHilandArtSpecialistDaniChakparentACelebrationofAustralianArtists Primaryarticlecont.BlackWhiteclaytools.Howevercertainstudentscreatingtheirownstylewerenotdiscouragedfromjoiningorattachingwherenecessary.Thiswasevidentwithacourtofkingsandqueensakingwasseatedinathroneanotherholdingasword.OncetheclaywasfiredthestudentspaintedtheirpieceineitherblackorwhiteVipondsglossacrylic.CAPTURING.Studentswereeagertomakeanotherpiece.Inspiredbythesuccessoftheirfirstpieceandnodoubtinfluencedbytheirpeersachievementsandthearrayofblackandwhiteondisplaythegamewasnotover.Itwasnotastalemate.Furtherpieceswerecreatedwiththechessmastersencouragedtoattemptapiecerequiringmoredetail.Theenthusiasmwassuchthatgroupsofstudentsrequestedtocollaboratetomakecompletechesssetssoastoactuallyplaythegame.Pawnswerenotahighlydesiredchoiceatfirst.FURTHERMOVES.Chessboardshavenowgeneratedsomeinterestashaveexpandingthecolourthemeofthepiecessuchaspaintingwithsilverandgold.Somegroupsareplanningtoworkonpaintingwoodensquarestosittogetherasatessellationboardsomemakingtinycardboardmosaicsquarestomakelargertilessomemakingclaytilestopaintsomeweavinglargepaperstrips.Individualinterestandresearchdevelopedintocollaborativeprojectsandarangeofpresentationideasfordisplayingtotheschoolcommunityaswellasthepossibilityofengaginginanactualchesschallenge.InBlackandWhitetheChessunitprovidedtheopportunityformanyaspectsoftheLearningOutcomesandArtsPracticeforCSF2Level4tobewidelyaddressed.CheckmateJaniceBowieVisualArtsteacherApolloParkwaysPrimarySchool.Page8Term12002EditionZartextra Page9Term12002EditionZartextraWhatsNEWfromZartallpricesincludegstZartsrangeofpaperssparkmanyexcitingpossibilitiestoaidstudents-primaryandsecondarytoexplorenewcreativeideas.TIpToadddimensionorinstantcolourtoalinoprinttryaprintingdirectlyontoCobwebpaperorbuseanoverlayofcolouredtranslucentpaperlikecellophane.COMPUTERGENERATEDART.Tryscanninginavarietyofpaperstocreateinstantbackgroundstextureandcolourtocomputergeneratedart.TipScannedreflectivemetallicpaperscreateexcitingcolourblazedbackgroundssimplyandwithoutthecomputerknowhowAdvancedScannedtexturedpaperplacedonlayersPhotoshopIllustratorCoreletcaddsrealisticpapergraintoartworkwithouttherelianceoffilters.ExampleofScannedSpectrumFoilPaperSpectrumFoilPaperHandMadePaperpadsA3AboveHereadesignwascarvedintoaDoubleSidedLinoTileandwasprintedontoHandmadePaperusingDerivanBlockPrintingInk.ThedesigncouldbehandcolouredusingGouache.OLDSKILL-NEWLOOKWeavingHologramPapercreatesarefreshednewlooktothismosteffectiveskillbuildingexercise.ExampleofScannedHologramPaperCreatemockglassmosaicsusingSpectrumFoilPaper.TipYoungerlevelscantrythisfunactivityusingZartscolourfulMosaicSquareswhicharemadefromstiffcard.CobwebPaperHereMetallicYarnwasusedtoweaveintoCobwebPaper.MultiSequinsandBeadswereusedtoaddinterestandsparkle Term12002EditionZartextraVCE2001Page10VCE2001Samplesofsomefineworkof2001VCEstudents.WorksshownarefromMcKinnonKnoxandKillesterColleges. 1.WAVERLEYCHRISTIANCOLLEGECALICODOLLS2.TOORAKCOLLEGEDRYPASTELBIRDS3.STJAMESTHEAPOSTLESCHOOLVANGOGHLANDSCAPES4.EASTBOURNEPRIMARYSCHOOLALIENS5.AUBURNPRIMARYSCHOOLAUSTRALIANPAINTINGS6.WALLARANOPRIMARYSCHOOLMONSTERS7.APOLLOPARKWAYSPRIMARYSCHOOLCHESSSET8.WANGANUIPARKSECONDARYCOLLEGEDRAWINGS9.ALTONAPRIMARYSCHOOLMINIATUREFACES10.WANDINYALLOCKPRIMARYSCHOOLSHOES11.BOXHILLHIGHSCHOOLVISUALARTSWORKPage11Term12002EditionZartextraNewProductsallpricesincludegstKartHartSHAPEPACKTERM1GALLERY2002SituatedatZartEducationServiceisZartChildrensGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels1-7.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867These10A3fullcolourchartsaredesignedforclassroomandartteachersandcontaininformationandvisualsonhowchildrenuseshapeintheirdrawingsofpeople.howtoextendandenrichtheirdrawingsusinganunderstandingoftheelementofshapeinallthings.howtodrawanimalstrucksflowersbuildingsetc.howtousetheelementsofshapetomakepatternsprintsbackgroundsforpicturesand3Dconstructions.Eachpack52.53TheYear6studentsatWaverleyChristianCollegestartedwithaPre-sewnCalicoBearfromZartArt.ThebearswerefirststuffedwithNylonfillingapprox350gmsperbear.UsingthebluntendofabrushorpenciltheNylonfillingwaspushedrightuptotheseams.Oncefulloffillingtheopeningseamwassewn.TheydecoratedthebearswithDualfabricpaintTextilemarkersPermanentmarkersstickonJoggleEyesSequinsLiquidglitterPolymarkPaintPensandassortedjewellery.OncedecoratedthebearsweredisplayedproudlyattheschoolbeforetravellingtoZartArtsChildrensGallery.SHOWTELLComealongandseeZartArtsnewproductsandresourcesfor2002atShowandTellsheldaroundmetroandcountryVictoria.FordatesandlocationspleaserefertotheZartExtraWorkshopInsertorphoneuson0398901867.Year6CalicoBears Page12Term12002EditionZartextraallpricesincludegstNewResourcesNewResourcesISPYAnAlphabetInArtDevisedandselectedbyLucyMicklethwait.EveryoneknowshowtoplayIspywithmylittleeyenowitcanbeplayedwithpaintings.Thereisonepaintingforeachletterofthealphabetbutevenafterthesolutionisguessedthereareotherthingstofind.Somethingstospyareeasybutsomearedifficultsomeofthepaintingsarefamousandsomearenotsowell-knownsomearehundredsofyearsoldandsomearequitenew.Ispywithpaintingsisfunandisagameanyonecanplay.IntroducestudentstoartappreciationwiththisexcellentbookfortheArtroom.56pp..........16.95ISPY-NumbersInArtDevisedandselectedbyLucyMicklethwait.Introduceyoungchildrentoworksofartthroughacountinggame.Arangeofartistsdatingfromthe15thcenturyuptothepresentday.Oncethechildrenhavefoundtheappropriatenumberofitemsinthepicturetheymayliketocountordiscussotheraspectsofthepainting44pp..........16.95ISPY-AnimalsInArtDevisedandselectedbyLucyMicklethwait.ThegameofISpyistheperfectwaytointroducechildrentofineart.Hereare20majorpaintingswithadifferentanimaltospyineachone.WithartistsasdiverseasTitianRenoirandChagallchildrencanspendhourslookinganddiscussingeachpictureatthesametimeexploringavarietyofpaintingstyles.44pp..........16.95PaperCraftsCouzins-ScottWaltonElliottHardyandMaguireCraftsusingpaperpapermakingpapercuttingpapiermachecardboardandbookbindingareextensivelycoveredinthisbook.Eachsectionstartswithabriefhistoryagalleryoffinishedworksmaterialsandequipmentrequiredandthenthebasictechniqueswithstep-by-stepinstructions.416pp..........49.94FortheLoveofAugusteBrendaV.NortheastReadaboutBearre-AugusteRenoirslifestoryandhisdesiretobecomeanartist.DiscoverBearre-AugusteinfamousRenoirpaintings.IdealbookforPrimaryagechildrentoexplorethepaintingsofamaster.32pp..........14.50FortheLoveofClaudeBrendaV.NortheastThisisClaudeBearslifestoryhischildhoodinLeHaurehisambitiontobecomeanartistinParisandhiswanderingsaroundtheworldpaintingnowfamousmasterpieces.IdealbookforPrimaryagechildrentoreadandenjoy.32pp..........14.50 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2002Page2Term22002EditionZartextraFrontCoverMEDIEVALARTUPWEYSOUTHPRIMARYSCHOOLZartArtPOBox1136BoxHillVicAustralia3128441LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398901867Fax0398986527Internetwww.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.VisualArtsworkshopsareregularlyheldatZartandinmetropolitanandcountrylocationsanduponrequestatyourschooldistrictorKLAsgroup.LivingWithTheBoxZartEducationServiceArecentsurveybytheGirlGuidesAssociationofGreatBritainrevealedthatanincredible40oftheirmembersdidnotknowhowtoevenboilaneggThisdeclaredtheofficialsmakestheGirlGuidesroleofteachinglifeskillsevenmoreessentialintodayssociety.AtroughlythesametimeinAmericaareportwaspublishedinScientificAmericabyRobertKubeyandMihalyCsikszentmihalyiabouttheTVhabitsoftheirfellowAmericans.EntitledTelevisionAddictionIsNoMereMetaphorthisreportmakessomepredictablebutalsoastonishingrevelations.Individualsintheindustrialworldspendanaverageofthreehoursadaywatchingtelevisionthisequatestohalfoftheirleisuretimeandafterworkandsleepitisthemosttimeconsumingactivity.Althoughthisisnotverysurprisingwhatissurprisingisthefactthatifwetookthisaverageviewingtimeandmultiplieditbytheaveragelifespanthena75yearoldviewerwouldhavewatched9yearsofTVKubeyandCsikszentmihalyialsodiscussresearchwhichmonitoredpeoplesreactiontothevariousactivitiestheywereengagedinduringthecourseofaday.WhenpeoplewerewatchingTVtheyreportedfeelingrelaxedandpassiveandshowedlessmentalstimulation.MoresurprisinglythoughisthatwhentheTVisswitchedoffthefeelingofrelaxationendsbutthefeelingofpassivityandloweredalertnesscontinued.Thesepeopledidnotreportsuchdifficultiesafterengaginginotheractivitiessuchasreadingorsport.Infacttheirmoodsgenerallyimprovedafterplayingsports.Morethan25yearsagoapsychologistbythenameofTannisM.MacBethWilliamsoftheUniversityofBritishColumbiastudiedamountaincommunitythatwentthroughasocialtransitionfromnoTVtopayTV.AsTVtookamoreprominentroleinthelivesofthesepeopletheybecamelesscreativeinproblemsolvinglessabletouseleisuretimeresourcefullyandlessabletopersevereattasks.Televisionhassomeadvantagesitcaneducateandenlightenitcanprovideentertainmentandleisure.HoweverthehabitofwatchingTVifnotcontrolledcanbecomeanaddictionwhichhasquiteremarkablerepercussionsonourmentalandspiritualwellbeing.Itcanreducetheabilitytolearnnewthingstogrowandtoleadafullandactivelife.PerhapsiftheyturnedofftheBoxinGreatBritainmoregirlscouldlearnhowtoboilaneggFoodforthoughtthatisifwehaveanythoughtleftafterwatchingthebox.ImportantDates2002InternationalYearoftheOutbackBookWeek2002themeBookFeast17th-23rdAugust2002 PrimaryArticlePage3Term22002EditionZartextraTheUpweyDistrictAnnualArtsFestivalprovidedthestimulusforourtermsworkonthemedievalartasourthemewasMedievalMayhem.Thechildrenwerefascinatedfromtheverystarttolearnaboutlifeinthemedievaltimesknightsfairmaidenscastlesanddragons.Thetopicwasstudiedthroughouttheschoolinartlessonsandwasagreatopportunityforthechildrentolearnaboutaperiodinhistorythattheymightotherwisenotencounteruntilsecondaryschool.Theactivitiesdescribedareforchildrenworkingatlevel4oftheCSF2.Year5MedievalHelmets.Thechildrenlookedatillustrationsofmedievalmetalhelmetsanddiscussedshapelineandpattern.Theydrewtheshapeofthehelmetontothickcardboardcutitoutthenbuiltupthepatternsbygluingonthecardboardstripsstrawsbottletopsandstring.Aluminiumfoilwasgluedoverthetopandgentlypressedintotheindentations.Blackpaintwasthenrubbedintothefoiltoproduceanagedlook.SandraFreemanVisualArtsteacherUpweySouthPrimarySchoolYear5MedievalHelmetsMedievalArtYear5MedievalBanners.Thechildrenstudiedthesymbolsonmedievalbannersandlearnedaboutthemeaningsofthevariousshapesandanimalsusedatthattime.Thechildrenthendesignedasymbolthatdepictedtheircharacteristicsandmadeapaperstencil.Thisdesignwasprintedontoarectangleoffeltandlefttodry.Whendrythechildrensewedtheprintedrectangleoffeltontoabannerusingasewingmachine.Year5MedievalBanners Page4Term22002EditionZartextraYear56MetalEmbossing.Thechildrenstudiedpicturesofsuitsofarmourandpractisedvariousdesignsandpatterns.Theyweregivenarectangularpieceofembossingfoilandverylightlytracedaroundacardboardstencilofaman.Ichosetodothissothatthechildrencouldconcentrateonthearmourdesignandpatterningandnotbefrustratedbytheactualdrawingofafigure.Theyrestedthefoilontoathickwadofnewspaperanddrewthearmourbypressingheavilywithapencil.Thechildrenwerethenencouragedtopatterneachsectionofthearmour.Whencompletedthefigureswerecutoutandmountedontoblackcoverpaper.Year6BrassRubbings.Thechildrenstudiedarealbrassrubbingandlookedatbookstogainanunderstandingofthetechnique.Theyhaddonesimplerubbingsbeforesotheyhadsomepriorknowledgeoftheprocess.Sothatourworkwouldbelife-sizethechildrenworkedinpairsonthefloorandonepartnertracedaroundtheotherusingalargesheetofthickpaper.Quitealotofdiscussionwentintodecidingwhatkindofpersontheywoulddepictresultinginavarietyoftownspeopleladiesofthecourtandsoldiers.Nextacollagewasbuiltupusingcardboardstringwebbingnettingraffiaandbuttons.Whenthecollagewascompleteditwastapedtoatablepaperwastapedoveritandarubbingwasmade.Wetrieddifferenteffectsusingblackpaperwithmetalliccrayonsandwhitepaperandblackcrayons.N.B.Thisactivitywasdonewithasmallergroupofjusttwelvechildrenduetothesizeofthework.OurmedievalunitsofworkaddressedmanyaspectsofLevel4oftheCSF2andwasparticularlyusefulinallowingthechildrentobegintoappreciateartworkfromdifferentculturesinadifferenttime.MEDIEVALARTPrimaryArticlecont.MetalEmbossingBrassRubbingsRubbingPlate Page5Term22002EditionZartextraTakeoneandmakemanyHerewefocusedonanimageofatrainandrecreateditinsixdifferentways.HerewehaveproducedapapercutusingBeautexPaper.Thepapercuttrainwasthenplacedontocolouredtracingpaperasitprovidedadenserichflatbackground.TipaWhenmakingpapercutsmakesuretheknifebladeissharptoavoidpapertearing.bTryusingthetracingpaperasanoverlay.BeautexPaperTracingPaperAbove.Thetrainpaintedwithgouacheshowsthecontrastingversatilityandpropertiesofthemediumitsopacityandflatnessisclearlyseeninthebackgroundwhilstthethinnedwatercoloureffectisdemonstratedinthecolouringofthetrain.HintUsemaskingtapewhenpaintingforcrispcleanstraightlines.Watersolublegraphitepencilsprovidedthistrainwithitsmoodydepth.Gouachehasbeenusedtoaddadramaticbackground.Dontneglecttextiles...AcombinationofTransferDyesandFabricCrayonswereusedtocreatethisvibrantimageofatrain.DrawpaintimageontophotocopypaperwithTransferDyesandorFabricCrayons.Useahotirontotransferimageontoasyntheticfabricofyourchoice.BecauseofitssheenwechosePolysatinasitintensifiesthetransferredcolourswhilstpolycottongivesamattappearanceandlessintensecolour.ExtensionDecorateusingembroiderystitchesbeadsorsequins.Itemcanbeturnedintoacushionlibrarybagorpencilcase.3DFORMSUsingthemodellingmediumofyourchoiceherewehaveusedclaycreatea3Dform.Addatouchofcolour.ClaycolourwithglazeorpaintusingViponds.Othermediaeg.ModelMagicuseRubandBufforshoepolishNugget.Thisconceptisavaluabletooltoassistbothprimaryandsecondarystudentstoexploredifferentmediums.Youngerlevelscouldusethestepstodeveloptheirknowledgeoflineshapeandtexture.ForadvancedlevelsLookingattheoriginalimagetheprocessmayinvolvedevelopingboththemediumandtheobjectrealismtoabstraction.Koh-I-NoorWatercoloursClayWhatsNEWfromZartOverlayofTracingPaper Page6Term22002EditionZartextraStudentsatVermontSecondarySchoolareintroducedtotextilesinYear7andthenhavetheopportunitytoselectitasanelectiveinYears9and10.StudentsatYear10leveloftenhaveamixedrangeofsewingabilitiessothisunitisdesignedtocatertothediverseneedsandabilitiesofthestudents.Thescopeforextensionactivitiesisendless.AYukataisasummerKimonomadefromunlinedcotton.Itisusuallynavybluewithwhitedesigns.Thedesignsrangefromquitetraditionalmotifsandpatternslikecherryblossomsandflyingcranestofamilycrestsandauspicioussymbols.TraditionallytheYukataiswornduringthehotsummermonthsorafterahotbathatanonsenorinthehome.Thisgarmentlendsitselftoarangeoffabricdecorationtechniquestiedyescreenprintingblockprintingembroiderybatikandshiboriwhilstalsoprovidingasimpleintroductiontopatternmakingandmachiningskills.StudentsweregivenadesignbriefaskingthemtoexplorearangeoffabricdecorationtechniquesthendesignandconstructamodernYukatathatcouldbewornasadressinggownathome.StudentsbeganbyinvestigatingthetraditionalYukata.Theydiscussedthematerialsandprocessesusedintheconstructionofthegarmentanddevelopedastandardpattern.Furtherdiscussiononfashionprintingtechniquesfabricqualitiesstyleandpatternmakingreinforcedthedesignprocess.StudentsalsocollectedimagesofYukatafromavarietyofsourcessuchaswoodblockprintscostumebooksandtheSecondaryArticleYukata Page7Term22002EditionZartextraKellyStalsVermontSecondaryCollegeSecondaryarticlecont.Thedesignstage.Internet.Thisinformationwaspresentedintheirdesignfolio.ThestudentsalsocompletedacomparativechartshowingmaterialsandprocessesusedtomakearangeofYukatagarmentsamples.Thisinformationprovidedtheframeworkforasetofevaluationcriteriaforthecompletedgarment.Inthedesignstagestudentsexploredarangeofconceptdrawingtechniquesfashionillustrationandcomputergeneratedanimationtoexplorearangeofdesigns.Alterationssuchassidesplitslongersleevesandshorterhemlineswereconsidered.Theyannotatedtheirdesignsindicatingintendedconstructiontechniquesanddecorationprocesses.Theyexperimentedandtestedprintingandtie-dyingtechniquesonfabricsampleswhichwereaddedtotheirdesignfoliowithannotations.Producingthegarmentwasanexcitingprocessthestudentsenjoyedimplementingthevarietyoffabricdecorationtechniquesavailabletothem.Havingexploredanextensivedesignphasestudentsmovedthroughthefabricdecorationstagequickly.ReactivedyesandChromacrylTextileMediumwereusedprovidingrichandboldcolours.Thetextilemediumwasparticularlyeffectiveasthepaintcouldbescreen-printedblock-printedorhandpaintedontothefabric.Oncethefabricwasdecoratedtheclassworkedinpairstoconstructthegarments.Itwasfabuloustoseethestudentsworkingwithincreasingconfidenceastheysharedtheirmachiningskillsandknowledge.Throughouttheconstructionofthegarmentthestudentskeptalogoutliningtheprocessesusedthiswasausefulwayforthestudentstoorganiseandplantheirtimeandequipment.AswellascompletingtheYukatastudentsalsoconstructedsuitablepackagingandcarelabels.OncecompletedtheYukatasweredisplayedthestudentscompletedanevaluationreportcoveringthecriteriatheyestablishedduringtheinvestigationstage.AnoralpresentationenabledthemtodiscusstheirsuccessandmodificationstothestandardYukatadesignwiththeirpeers.StudentswereassessedonthefollowingoutcomesTheDesignFoliowhichincludedinvestigationsTheGarmentTheEvaluationandPresentationThefollowingbookswereusefulinthedevelopmentofYukatadesignTheDesignersGuidetoJapanesePatternsbyJeanneAllen1984JapaneseKimonoDesignsbyDianeVictoriaHorn1991availableatZartArt. 1.KILLESTERCOLLEGEPAPERMIXBOWLS2.CAMBERWELLGRAMMARJUNIORSCHOOLCARDBOARDCOLLARS3.STBEDESSCHOOLBALWYNNORTHFELTANDCERAMICS4.STRATHCONACOLLEGEJUNIORSCHOOLPUPPETS5.UPWEYSOUTHPRIMARYSCHOOLMEDIEVALART6.VERMONTSECONDARYCOLLEGEYUKATA7.STRATHMORESECONDARYCOLLEGEMASKS8.THOMASTOWNSECONDARYCOLLEGEMIXEDMEDIA9.CANTERBURYPRIMARYSCHOOLREPOUSSEFLOWERSFACES10.LOWTHERHALLJUNIORSCHOOLCLOWNSPage8Term22002EditionZartextraSituatedatZartEducationServiceisZartChildrensGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels1-7.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailjanzartart.com.auTERM2GALLERY2002MetalworkandRepousseTheGrade6studentsatCanterburyPrimarySchoolelectedtoworkwithmetalasoneoftheirspecialprojectsfortheyear.ThefocusforthisunitwasexploringandmanipulatingthesculpturalpossibilitiesofwirecoppershimembossingfoilandwiremeshincorporatingandincludingthebasicmasteryofRepousse.Thechildrenworkedforover2weeksjustdrawingwithArmatureWirecreatinga2Dor3Dabstractorsemi-abstractartwork.Thestudentsrevisedthecorrectandsafemethodofusingpliersandwirebeforecommencingwork.Theythenwentontoexploringthedecorativemanipulationofembossingfoilcoppershimandwiremesh.Tousemetalworktoolssuchasplierstinsnipspunchesmalletsandhammersconfidentlycompetentlyandsafelywasallpartofthisunitsskilldevelopment.Theyexploredavarietyofjoiningmethodseg.bindingsplitpinstabandslitandrivets.Thetaskwaschallengingbuttherewardofcreatingsuchasculpturalpiecewaswellworththeeffort.Therewerenttoomanyband-aidsneededThomastownSecondaryCollege Page9Term22002EditionZartextraProfileIhavebeenteachingArtatNanjingInternationalSchoolfor12monthsnow.ImovedtoChinawithmyhusbandandtwosons11yrsand13yrswhenRowenwasappointedDeputyHeadofCaulfieldGrammarSchoolsNanjingCampus.IwasofferedateachingcontractwhilstinAustraliaandcameoutherelookingforwardtoanewandpossiblydifferentteachingexperience.NanjingInternationalSchoolbegan10yearsagowith24students.Theschoolnowhas170studentsfrompre-preptoyear12.TheschoolrunsacompleteInternationalBaccalaureatecurriculumwithaPrimaryYearsProgramMiddleYearProgramandI.B.Diploma.Wehadourfirstyear12studentslastyeartwostudentsWhenIfirstarrivedatschoolIwasthrilledtoseeawonderfullargelightArtroom.WithinminutesIwastodiscovermyfirstchallenge.AsIlookedforthestoreroomIfounditwasasmallcupboardholdingaround15smallbottlesofacrylicpaintandafewpiecesofdrearycolouredpaper.MuchtomysurpriseIlearnedthatIwasthefirstspecialistArtteachertobeemployed.Previouslywhentheschoolhadbeensmalleravarietyofstaffhadmanagedtheartprogramatthesametimeasteachingacoupleofothersubjects.Mytimetablelookedinteresting.Prepsthroughtoyear10O.K.wherewerealltheresourcebooksHmmmmnobooksIhavetosayIdidhaveafewmomentsofslightpanicatthisstage.TheschooladministrationandstaffwerereallyhelpfulandencouragingandIwasgivenabudgettosourcelocalmaterialsandabudgettoorderfromoverseas.Howevertheoverseasorderwouldnotarrivefor6monthssotheavailabilityoflocalmaterialsbecameacentralfocusforme.IspentprettymuchallmypersonalfreetimeexploringNanjinglookingforbasicmaterialsasanurgentprioritywhilstatthesametimekeepinganeyeoutforanyotherinspiringitems.Surprisinglynotmanypeoplecouldpointmeintherightdirection.EventheChinesestaffatschoolwereperplexedbymyquestionsabouthowtogetholdofbasicmaterialssuchasconstructioncardwhitecartridgepaperorP.V.A.ItseemscrazytopayfreightfromoverseasforsuchitemsbutafterawholeyearIhavelearnedthatsomeofthesethingsarenotactuallyavailablehere.MyChinesegluewhichcertainlylookslikeP.V.A.peelsoffandblisterswhenusedforpaper-macheandourlocalacrylicpaintwontwashofffingersanddoesnotcomeoffclothes.Artsmocksdonttotallyworktoprotectusfromthisamazinglystrongpaint.MylocalmaterialsearcheshavebeenhighlightsofmyfirstyearhereasIhavediscoveredfascinatingareasinthiswonderfulcityandmademanyinterestingcontacts.Asanon-ChinesespeakerwhenIarrivedIhavealsolearnedenoughbasicChinesetogetaroundplusheapsofmimeskillsAttheendofthefirstyeartheArtdepartmentwasgivenaverygoodbudgetforbothlocalandoverseaspurchasing.SinceIamnowmuchmorefamiliarwithlocalmaterialsIfeelmorecomfortablebringingintothecountrygoodsfromAmericaU.K.andAustraliaandmakingthemostofthegoodproductsavailablehere.ContentoftheArtProgram.IhavebeenresponsibleforwritingthenewI.B.curriculumforourMiddleYearsProgramandIamtryingtoprovideabroadrangeofexperienceswhileworkinginanenvironmentwhichhaslimitedfacilitiesi.e.nokilnnodarkroom.Thesearecertainlybeingplannedforthefuture.Wealsotakeintoaccountthatstudentscomeandgofromtheschoolregularlyastheirparentsaremovedaroundtheworld.WehaveastrongE.S.L.departmentsincethemajorityofourstudentsdonothaveEnglishastheirhomelanguage.40ofthestudentsarefromKoreatheremainderarefromcountriessuchasItalyFranceandGermany.Ihave19prepchildren10areKoreananddonotspeakEnglish.ThishasbeentheonlyclasswhereIhaveateachersaid.SheisfromAfricaNanjingInternationalSchool Page10Term22002EditionZartextraProfilecont.anddoesnotspeakEnglishAfter6monthsherEnglishlanguageiscomingalongbeautifullyandshehasbeenagreathelp.TextilesisoneoftheareasIhavebeenabletofocusonwithmystudents.Themanufactureofsilkscottonsandbrocadesgoesbackcenturiesandthe52minoritygroupsinChinahavearichhistoryoffabricdesignembroideryfabricprintingandweaving.Ihavebeencollectingfabricsduringmytravelsandusethemasresourcematerialformywork.Nanjinghasawonderfulworkingweavingworkshopwherebrocadehasbeenwovenforcenturies.ClothingwasmadehereforEmperorsandwealthymerchants.TheworkshopremindsmeoftheTapestryWorkshopinMelbournethereareover20hugeloomsworkingeachneeding3operaters.Oneofthefabrictopicswearecurrentlyworkingonwithmygrade7studentshasinvolvedimmersiondyingtechniquesonsilk.Thestudentshaveexperimentedwithpleatingfoldingandbindingtechniquesanddying2and3colourcombinations.Thestudentsthenlookedatgarmentdesignandeachonedesignedtwocompatibleitemswhichwouldincorporatetheirfabricdesigns.Atthispointwewentonafieldtriptovisitalocaltailortakingsketchbooksalongtoshowhimthegarmentdesigns.ThetailorsareveryinexpensivehereandwehaveonlyonesewingmachineThetailormeasuredthestudentsandindicatedhowmuchfabricweshoulddyetohavethegarmentmadeup.BackintheArtroomthestudentscuttheappropriatelengthsofsilkfromtherollandsetabouttryingtodyetheirfabricsinasimilarwaytothelovelysamplestheyhadpreviouslymade.Thesefabricsarenowreadytogobacktothetailorandthestudentsarelookingforwardtowearingthematafashionparadefortheparentslaterthisyear.Anothergroupofstudentsdyedfaricsandmadestunningsilkcushionsandscarves.Theseprojectshavebeenveryrewardingforallofusandtheprogramaimstoencourageeachindividualtocelebratetheircreativity.ItwasgreattovisitAustraliarecentlyforoursonswedding.WewerequitestunnedbythebeautyoftheblueskyandourbeachesnottomentiontheluxuryofbeingimmersedinZartswealthofbooksandmaterialsWowJanLewisVisualArtsTeacherIwouldlovetohavecontactwithotherarthumansBecauseIteachsuchabroadagerangeIwouldlovetobeincontactwithartteacherswithprimaryorsecondaryexperience.Mystudentswouldreallybenefitfromsharingsomeartexperiences.TherearealsosomewonderfuljobopportunitiesaroundtheworldinInternationalschoolsespeciallyforpeoplewithInternationalBaccalaureateexperience.Mypersonale-mailisrowenlewishotmail.comandmyschoole-mailisnischoolpublic1.ptt.js.cnNanjingInternationalSchool Page11Term22002EditionZartextraallpricesincludegstCOLOUREDTRACINGPAPERA4sheetsof10differentcoloursoftracingpaperinapacketof50assorted.Idealforcollagedisplayandprinting.Tryphotocopyingdesignsdirectlyontothetracingpaper.Packetof50sheets26.4029.04FELTFACES5differentskintoneshadesoffeltcuttoafaceshapeidealstartingpointforyoungchildrentocreatetheirfavouritecharacter.Eachfacemeasures15cmlongand14cmwide.Usejoggleeyescurlyhairfabricorleatherscrapstocollagedirectlyontothefeltshape.Packetof20faces10.9112.00ANIMALSKINFELTMakewildanimalfingerorhandpuppetsbyaddingfeltearsyarnorfeltoffcutsformanetongueandtailjoggleeyesbuttonsorfabricpaintforeyesnoseetc.Thishandwashableeasytocutandeasytoglueorsewfeltwillbeidealforcollagein8differentanimalprints.23.5cmx30.5cmpiecesPerpktof8assorted13.0914.40BEAUTEXPAPERApacketof100A4texturedpaperwithapproximately30differentcolourssuitableforcollageprintinganddisplay.Perpacketof10018.5020.35QWhatdoyougetwhenyoucrossazebrawithtigerandasnakeAZeigakeitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTNewProducts Page12Term22002EditionZartextraNewResourcesNewResourcesViewpointsVisualArtsCaseStudieseditedbyAnneBamfordViewpointsisaneditedvolumeoftwelvecasestudieswhichthoroughlyexploreartmakingartcriticismandthecontextualstudyofart.Theaimofthebookistoprovidestudentswithaseriesofspecificallywrittenchaptersbyartistsartcriticscuratorsandarteducatorswhichwillopenupinvestigationoftheprocessandtechniquesofartmakingappreciationandevaluation.Studentsandteacherscanusethisbooktoexplorethematicconnectionsorfocusonaspecificmediumortobeginastudyofanartistformorgenre.ViewpointsisfirmlybasedoncurrentarteducationpracticeanditaddresseskeyelementsofVisualArtssyllabusesaroundAustralia.162pp.......29.7832.76TechnologyLinksbyDavidCowleyAnitaTurnbullAlbertGubanDesignedtohelpYear7-8studentsskillsinapplyingthe4technologysteps-investigatingdesigningproducingandevaluating.Thetextsystematicallycoverseachofthestrands-informationmaterialsandsystems.Itengagesstudentsinawiderangeoftechnologyprojectsandchallengesthemtosolvereallifeproblems.ThisbookhasbeenwrittentocapturethespiritanddetailoftheCSF11TechnologyLevel5.194pp.......35.0038.50FAXEDORDERSWhenfaxingthroughyourorderpleasewriteinblackorbluepenonly.Avoidusingpencilorcolouredpenasitsverydifficulttoread.Thankyou.ZartArtAccountsDepartment.TraditionalJapaneseDesignsByPollyPinderAbeautifullyillustratedPhotocopiablecollectionofdecorativeJapanesepatternsandmotifs-flowersplantstreesbirdsbutterfliesandmore.JapanesedesignhasbeeninfluencedbymanyculturesnotablyChineseKoreanIndianandPersianthroughhundredsofyearsofinvasionwarsandtrading.Symbolsemblemsandpictorialimageswereusedtoembellishanythingfromasimpleteabowltoapaperumbrella.Theseclassicdesignswillinspirecraftspeopleartistsneedleworkersandallthoseinterestedincreatingtheirownoriginalideasandprojects.32pp........17.2318.95StartingPointsInArtbyMarilynBarnesThisbookpresentssixteenvibrantandcolourfulthemesforinitiatingexcitingworkinartanddesign.Theimaginativeideasandactivitiesofferrefreshingnewopportunitiesforbeginnerstoexplorethevisualworldthroughart.Popularthemespromotetheteachingoftechniquesskillsandprocessesandincludetheskybottlesflowersfacespaperunderourfeetwheelsleavesandmanymore.72pp........31.7734.95ArtofDifferentCulturesbyLillianCoppockAfocusonthetextilesdrawingspaintingsand3Dimensionalworksfromaroundtheworld.AsianEgyptianJapanesePeruvianAfricanMexicanandmanyotherculturesarefeaturedinthiscolourfulpresentation.LearnhowtodobatikreverseappliqucrossstitchpapyrusdrawingsIncadesignsAboriginalDesertpaintingsandmuchmore.72pp........31.7734.95blueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTANNUALCLEARANCESALEWednesday3rdJulySupersededproductsoddmentseverythingundercost.Sausagesizzleonthedaywillraisemoneyforcharity. 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HOTHOUSINGPage2Term32002EditionZartextraFrontCoverMcKinnonSecondaryCollegeZartArtPOBox1136BoxHillVicAustralia3128441LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398901867Fax0398986527Internetwww.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.ZartStudentsGalleryThegalleryfeaturesartworksmadebychildrenfromPreptoYear12fromallaroundVictoria.Schoolscanarrangeforchildrentovisitthegalleryanalysetheworksoftheircontemporariesandthenmakearelevantpieceoftheirownartworkinourworkshopswithanartconsultant.Thegalleryisalsoopentothepublicforviewingduringopeninghoursfreeofcharge.ZartEducationServiceZartEducationServiceprovideshandsonprofessionaldevelopmentworkshopsforPrimaryandSecondaryteachersaswellasKindergartenLOTEteachersandLibrarians.VisualArtsworkshopsareregularlyheldatZartandinmetropolitanandcountrylocationsanduponrequestatyourschooldistrictorKLAsgroup.Inthefrenzytoensuretheiroffspringdonotmissoutonanythingandgrowuptobesuccessfulthereisachildrearingparadigmemployedbysomeparentswhichisadisturbingphenomenon.Hothousingwhichinthepasthasbeenusedtorefertoaquickandintensemethodofgrowingplantlifecanalsobeusedtorefertochildrenwhoarebeingpushedtoexcelinanumberofareasataveryearlyage.IfyouknowofalittleJohnnywhohasout-of-schoolactivitiesthatreadlikeaschooltimetablethenyoumaywellknowofsomeonewhoisinthehothouse.Thereisasubtledifferencebetweenparentinvolvementandparentover-involvement.AtwhatpointdoesstimulatingnurturingandencouragingbecomepushyandambitiousandhothousingPerhapstheanswertowhoisinchargeoftheinitiativeandthelearning-theparentorchildmayshedsomelightonthematter.Hothousingisbasedontheassumptionthatachildisanemptyvesselandsothemoreyoupourintoitthemoreintelligentitwillgrow.Buthyper-ambitiousparentscanproducenervousandanxiouschildrenwhoareafraidoffailureandrisk-takingandthesequalitiesarecounter-productivenotonlytotheinitiativesundertakenbythewellintendedparentsbutalsotothejourneyintoadulthood.Childrenarenotproductsbutparentswhoarecarvingoutaroleforthemselvesasout-of-schooleducatorsmayendupwithdamagedgoods.Forveryartisticchildrenthereisnoharminthemsimplytakingapenciloranotherarttoolafterschoolanddrawinguntiltheirheartscontent.AfterallthatswhatKenDonedidwhenasachildhevisitedhisgrandparentsbythebeachasdidscoresofotherwouldbeartists.Afterschoolformalartlessonsareforthosewhohaveexhaustedtheirownabilitytoextendtheircreativityandneedhelptodevelopskills.Artisapersonalresponsetoourselvesandourworld.Exploringtheworldaroundwouldbefarmorebeneficialthananearlyafter-schoolinterventionprogramme.ShouldchildrenreallybeexposedtomorestructuredlessonsafterawholedayatschoolHaveyoueverheldahothousedcarnationinyourhandItisaboutsixtimesbiggerthanthewildgardenvarietyandlooksperfect.Onlyifyoutrytosmellityouwillfindthereissomethingmissing-thescent-whichisanessentialcomponentofaflower.Thatsbasicallythechoice-raisingchildreninanartificialenvironmentwhoappearperfectorallowingchildrentogrowattheirownpaceinanaturalenvironmentwithalltheirattributesintacteveniftheyarentperfect.ZARTEDUCATIONSERVICE Page3Term32002EditionZartextraSecondaryArticleAtMcKinnonSecondaryCollegeartstudentsinYear7areexposedtoawidevarietyofmaterialsandareencouragedtofurtherdeveloptheideasandconceptsdiscussedwiththeminclass.With3periodsofartperweekoveronesemesterstudentsdeveloptheirskillsinprintmakingpaintingdrawingfromobservationandmixedmedia.DuringtermonestudentsworkedonthethemeAustralianAnimals.Asasourceofinspirationwelookedatphotosinmagazinesandbooksfromthelibrary.Imageswerechosenwhichshowedinterestingvantagepointscloseupscroppedareasorrepeatedimages.Studentswereshownsamplesofpreviousworksothattheycoulddevelopanunderstandingofhowtoconvertphotographicimagesintoamixedmediapiece.BylookingattheseandthephotosofAustraliananimalswediscussedthewayformandtexturecouldbeinterpretedwiththemediagiventothem.Wordsusedtodescribeformandtexturewererecordedspikysoftroundedsmoothlayeredallhelpedtocreateastartingpoint.Studentsalsohadtoconsidershapeandcolourthroughouttheirdesignprocess.Geometricshapeswerediscussedandstudentssoonassociatedshapeswithtextureforexamplespikyandtriangles.Theyexperimentedwithlargershapesinthebackgroundandplacedtheseagainstthesmallershapeswhichformedtheanimal.Differentgeometricshapescontrastingagainsteachotherandwarmandcoolcolourswerealsousedtoseparateforms.Numerousroughcopiesweresketchedintotheirworkbooksandwhilstexperimentingwithvariouscombinationsonlyonecriterianeededtobeadheredtostudentshadtoensurethattheiranimalandorbackgroundextendedtotheedgesofthepage.SoonroughcopiesweredevelopedintofinalcopiesandstudentsredrewtheirdesignsontoA3paper.MattKinderSquaresdecorativepapersMetallicStarsMarkersFinelinersandCorrugatedCardboardwereallofferedtothestudentstouse.Whilstthisrangewasveryusefultotheirdesignssubtletywasalsoencouraged.ScissorsinhandstudentsthencutouttheirshapesfromKinderSquares.Theydidnotdrawtheseshapesonfirstbutsimplycutouttheshapesrandomly.WhengluingthepiecesintoplacetheyfollowedtheguidelinesdrawnontotheA3paper.Whilstlayeringcoloursandshapesovereachotherstudentshadtobecarefultopastedownthebackgroundpartoftheirdesignfirst.DetailswerelayeredoverthetopoftheAustralianAnimals Page4Term32002EditionZartextraSecondaryArticlecont.othershapesatalaterstage.AsstudentswerenearingcompletiontheyhadtothenconsidertheuseofdecorativepapersandmarkersCobwebPaperwaspopularaswellasMetallicStars.Subtletywasencouragedwhenusingthesematerialsastheycouldaltertheeffectquitequicklyhoweverwhenusedintheappropriateplacestheywerequitestriking.TomaketheworkscompleteCorrugatedCardboardwasusedtoframethepieces.Thestudentsthoroughlyenjoyedcreatingthesemixedmediapieces.Theyworkedonthemforapproximately4weeks12lessons.CSFLevel5encouragesstudentstodeveloptheirartworkthroughobservationandtoexploreimaginaryandabstractideas.AfterlookingatnumerousresourcesthesestudentswereabletodeveloptheirideasandcreatethesecolourfulandcreativepersonalinterpretationsofAustraliananimals.GraceTurnerArtandGraphicsTeacherMcKinnonSecondaryCollegeAUSTRALIANANIMALS istaughttoYear8artstudentsasawayofintroducingthemtoworkingina3dimensionalform.Thestudentsbegintheunitbycompletingfiguredrawingsintheirsketchbooks.Theyareaskedtodeveloptheirideasfurtherbycompletingaseriesofsimplelinedrawingsthatportraythefigureinaction.Forexamplethefigurecouldbeperforminganactivitysuchasplayingtennis.Studentsareencouragedtokeeptheirdesignssimpleasthedesignswillhavetobetransferredinto3dimensionalform.Wealsodiscussedtheideathatwearenottryingtorepresentafigurerealisticallybutaremoreinterestedintheexpressivequalityofline.Havingcompletedthedesignprocessstudentsarereadytobeginworkingwiththewire.Beforebeginningtheirfinalpiecestheyaregiventheopportunitytopractisedifferenttechniques.Forexampleyoucancreatecoilsorspiralsbywrappingthewirearoundaroundobjectsuchasapen.Theyalsoexperimentwithdifferenttypesandthicknessesofwire.Ivefoundthatstudentsdevelopedtheirownuniquemethodsofmanipulatingthewireineffectiveways.Thefinalresultswereexcellentandallowedthestudentstotransferasimpleideaintotheirownindividualandcreativeartwork.TaniaRobinsonStJohnsRegionalCollegeDandenong.Page5Term32002EditionZartextraAUBURNSOUTHPRIMARYSCHOOLLARGEMERMAIDS2DCONCORDSCHOOLCALICODOLLSCRANBOURNESECONDARYCOLLEGELINOCOLLAGEDINGLEYPRIMARYSCHOOLBLACKANDWHITEEASTBOURNEPRIMARYSCHOOLTRIBALMASKSKINGSTONHEATHPRIMARYSCHOOLOWLSSeePg6MCKINNONSECONDARYCOLLEGECOLLAGESeePg3MONTROSEPRIMARYSCHOOLSILKPAINTINGSORMONDPRIMARYSCHOOLHORSESSeethispagePENDERSGROVEPRIMARYSCHOOLOILPASTELDRAWINGSSKYEPRIMARYSCHOOLWATERCOLOURSMASKSSTJOHNSREGIONALCOLLEGEWIREFIGURESSeethispageSWIFTSCREEKPRIMARYSCHOOLWIREFACESWATSONIANORTHPRIMARYSCHOOL3DCONSTRUCTIONTERM3GALLERY2002SituatedatZartEducationServiceisZartStudentsGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels1-7.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypIecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailjanzartart.com.auZartStudentsGalleryORMONDPRIMARYSCHOOLHorsesWiresculpture BalloonsNewspaperpapermache.CellogelpowdernewspaperstripsCircularandovalmargarineandyoghurtcontainersEggcartonsegmentsAluminiumWirePanty-hosesegmentsCardboardLargeJoggleEyesPosterpaintPartridgefeathersColouredfeathersPVAglueHandCraftGlueMaskingTapePORTRAYINGTHEMENTALIMAGESFORMEDWHENABSORBEDINANOVELThisunitofworkdevelopedasaresultofadiscussionwithYear45and6studentsonthevisualimagesthatweforminthemindwhenabsorbedinreadingafavoritebook.EachofthestudentshadreadtheHarryPotternovelHarryPotterAndThePhilosophersStoneandreportedformingveryclearvisualimageswithregardtoeachofthecharactersandtheplacesdescribedinthenovel.Indeeditwasthedescriptionsinthenovelwhichmadethisstorysuchafavouriteamongthestudents.Forsomeofthestudentstheirpersonalimagesfittedcomfortablywiththoseportrayedinthemovieofthesamename.Forothershowevertheirvisualimageswerequitedifferenttothemovieimages.ThecharacterwithwhichmanystudentsweremostdisappointedinthemovieportrayalofthenovelwasHedwigHarrysowl.OurclassdiscussionlookedatthemanywaysthisbirdcouldhavebeenportrayedwisemagicaloldcolourfuletcandhowWEasartistswouldportrayhimifgiventhechance.Thisresultedinalibrarysearchforowlpicturesandfinallycolouredsketchesofdifferentowlswhichbecameplansforbuildingour3dimensionalmodels.RESOURCESThechildrenwentonaresourcehuntintheartroomcollectingmaterialsthatcouldpossiblybeusedtobuildamodeloftheirmentalimageofHedwig.Thematerialsweredisplayedanddiscussedingroupsuntilstudentsdecidedwhatwouldbestservethepurposewhenconstructingalargewingedbird.Elementssuchashowtheowlwouldstandupwhatwouldorcouldbeusedforwingstailetcwerealldiscussedatthispoint.Thefollowinglistofresourcesbecametherawmaterialsforthemodels.Page6Term32002EditionZartextraA3DMODELOFAMENTALIMAGEPrimaryArticle Page7Term32002EditionZartextraPrimaryArticlecont.CONSTRUCTINGTHEMODELSHAPEANDBASETheactualmodelconstructionfitsverynicelyintothelevel3andlevel4CSF11VisualArtsFramework.Childrenblewballoonsuptothesizetheyrequiredandappliedpapermacheinseveralcoats.Thepapermacheprocesswasalsousedtoattachyoghurtandmargarinecontainersofvariousshapesandsizestotheballooninordertomakeaheadfortheowlandcardboardsegmentswhichdoubledasapresentationstandandfeet.Oncetheshapehadbeenperfectedseveralmorecoatsofpapermachewereaddedtogivethemodelsstrength.Thesewereallowedtodryandharden.ATTATCHINGOWLFACESWINGSANDTAILSThechildrendecidedwhatmaterialstouseforwingsandtailssomeelectedtomakewingsusingAluminiumWireandpanty-hosewhileotherscutwingsfromcardboard.ThesewereattachedusingCraftGlueorMaskingTape.EggcartonsegmentswerecutandattachedtotheheadusingCraftGluethesemadeexcellentowlfaces.PAINTINGTHEMODELThemodelscouldnowstandupandwerereadyforpainting.Theywerepaintedinavarietyofcoloursrangingfromowl-likecoloursofblackbrownwhiteandgreytobrightredsandoranges.Severalcoatsofpaintwererequiredtocoverthenewspapercompletely.DECORATINGWITHFEATHERSANDJOGGLEEYESThechildrenhadveryclearimagesofexactlyhowtheirowlwastolookanditwasduringthisstepinthemodelprocessthattheowlpersonalitiesbegantoshinethrough.Somebecamemagicalrainbowcolouredowlswhilstothersbegantolookoldandwise.Eachowltookonapersonalitythatwasunique.ThechildrentookgreatpainstoachievetheeffecttheydesiredandtheowlswereproudlydisplayedduringEducationWeek.STEP1STEP2CONSTRUCTIONPROCESSSTEP3STEP4WINDINGUPTHEPROJECTToclosetheprojectinasuitablewayeachstudentpresentedtheirowltotheclassdescribingwhyvariousmaterialscoloursandfeathershadbeenselectedandthetypeofpersonalitytheirHedwigpossessed.Theprojecttooksomechildren4weeksandothers6weekstocomplete.Ithasbeenafavoriteamongthestudentssomuchsothatmyyear3studentshaverequestedaprojectonimaginarywingedcreaturessothattheytoocanmakemodelsofimaginedcreatures.JudiRobertsonKingstonHeathPrimarySchool Page8Term32002EditionZartextraWhatsNEWfromZartWARMaterialsUsedPrecutMountCorrugatedCardboardWireformMeshorChickenWireAssortedPhotocopiesofImagesofWarColouredTracingPaperScratchLiteTinselGarlandRibbonMakerDISPLAYSAMPLESSPACEMaterialsUsedPrecutMountColouredTracingPaperwithphotocopiedimagesNATURALFIBRESMaterialsUsedPreCutMountHessianScrapsNaturalStringNaturalJuteCrepeMetallicRainbowCreateeasybannerswithcutoutsplacedbetweentwosheetsofwaxedlunchwrappaperwaxedsidestogethersimplyirontoadhere.INSECTSMaterialsUsedNaturalHessian6mmChenilleStemsBlackGreenFeltBackingCardBrilliantBordersDollyPegsHessian 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Page10Term32002EditionZartextraProfileFairfieldPrimarySchoolDuring2001FairfieldPrimarySchoolachievedthemonumentaltaskofcreatingaMosaicAmphitheatre.EachstudentPreptoGrade6aswellasstaffandmanyparentswereinvolvedintheproject.TheAmphitheatreconsistsof3tieredstepswhichseats60-70studentsandhasafloorsectionmeasuring6x5metres.Thebasestructurewasbuiltfromconcreteandbrickandthencoveredwith380individualmosaicpieceseach300x300mminsize.16differentpatternswereused.ThesewerebasedonclassicalGreekdesigns.Tileswerehandcutinto10mmsquarestokeepinwiththelookoftraditionalancientmosaic.Term1wasspentpreparingdesignsandcuttingtilesreadyforthechildrentouse.ThiswascarriedoutinacorneroftheArtRoomsothechildrenwereabletoseetheentireprocessoftheprojectfromstarttofinish.Term2EachstudentproducedamosaicpaverfortheAmphitheatrefloor.Thiswasdoneusingtheindirectmethod.Eachchildwasgivenoneofthe16patternstoworkwith.Theywerethengivenacolourrangetouse.Therewere7colourrangeswhichmeantthatoncethepaverswereputtogetherontothefloortheywouldblendtogetherrepresentingtherainbow.Thestudentsstuckthesmallpre-cutpiecesoftilesontotheirdesignwhichhadbeencoveredwithclearcontact-stickysideup.Theythenpastedbrownpaperoverthetopandflippedthemosaicupsidedown.Thiswasthengluedontoeachpaverandthebrownpapertakenoffwhichoncedryleftthemosaicsreadyforgrouting.DuringTerm3eachchildgroutedtheirownpaverwhichwasmostenjoyableandtheywereallexcitedtoseethefinishedproduct.ThepaverswerethensetintoplaceontheAmphitheatrefloor.Parentsandteachersthendecoratedthestepswiththeirownmosaicpatterns.Term4wasspentputtingeverythingintoplaceonthestructureoutside.OncetheAmphitheatrewascompletedwehadTheGreatUnveilingwhichsawtheGrade56studentsperformingaGreekplay.Itwasafantasticandrewardingexperienceforeveryoneinvolvedandthechildrenfeelgreatprideinhavingproducedsuchapermanentworkofartwhichwillbelongstandingintheirschoolandthecommunity.2002MOSAICAmphitheatreSusanPlankVolunteerArtistinResidenceandParent Page11Term32002EditionZartextraProductspecialsTerm3WIN200.00worthofArtsuppliesIdeasgonewildwithRainforestBugsFishAnimalpapersandAnimalFelt.ZartArtandZESarelookingforthebestuseofourselectedPatternpapersandAnimalFelt.TherearetwocategoriesPrimaryandSecondaryandthewinnerfromeachcategorywillwinfortheirschool200.00worthofanassortmentofArtsupplies.Allschoolsareeligibletoenter.Theprizewillbeawardedtothemostimaginativeandexcitingentry.HurryentriescloseAugust20thWinnerswillbenotifiedbymail.SelectedentrieswillbedisplayedintheTerm4ZartStudentsGalleryandwillbefeaturedintheTerm42002ZartExtra.Entriesclose20thAugust2002ThewinningentryfromeachcategorywillbeselectedbyapanelofZartArtpersonnel.Decisionwillbefinal.Allentriesaretobeemailedtojanzartart.com.auwithimagesattached.Imagestobe304ppi.EntriesmustincludethefollowinginformationNameofteachernameofSchoolandmaterialsused.Anyquestionsemailorphoneuson0398901867ZartArtCompetitionA6Pre-cutMountsBlackorwhiteprecutmountboard.pktof101.802.00PrintedPatternPaperAllpacketsinclude40sheetsof8differentdesigns.Idealforcollageorconstructionwork.AnimalSkin........8.008.80BugPaper...........8.008.80FishPaper...........8.008.80RainforestPaper...8.008.80 NewResourcesPage12Term32002EditionZartextraNewResourcesblueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTKidsDrawAngelsElvesFairiesandmore.byChristopherHartLearntodrawfantasycharactersfromfairyprincessestoelvesunicornsHerculesandmoreEasylessonsshowhowtodrawtheirfacesandfiguresbringthemtolifeandputthemincolourfulsettings.Howtobuildfiguresusingsimpleshapes.64pp.........25.4127.95KidsDrawDinosaursbyChristopherHartThisbookwillshowhowtodrawallkindsofprehistoricanimalsfromthefearsomeT-RextothegentleApotosaurusfromfightingdinosaurstolovablebabiesgiantwoollymammothsandmore.64pp.........25.4127.95ThePhotographyBookMini.Phaidon.ByPollyPinderArrangedinalphabeticalorderbyphotographerTHEPHOTOGRAPHYBOOKbringstogether500inspiringmovingandbeautifulimagesoffamouseventsandpeoplesensationallandscapeshistoricmomentssportwildlifeandfashion.Eachphotographisdiscussedindetailbringingittolifeandgivingusanunderstandingofthisartformwhichissoinfluentialinoureverydaylives.Glossariesoftechnicaltermsarealsoincludedtogetherwithaninternationaldirectoryofmuseumsandgallerieswherephotographyisregularlyondisplay.519pp.......15.4116.95ICanMakeaRainbowbyMarjorieFrankAnoldiebutagoodie.Fromthingstodowithpencilpencrayonandchalktopaperandpaintactivitiesthisbookhasamultitudeofgreatideasanidealbookfortheclassroomteacherwantinggoodlessonfillersorrainydayactivities.300pp......52.6857.95HowardArkleyTheHomeShowbyAustralianPavilion48thVeniceBiennale1999AustralianPavilionSeetheAustraliansuburbanidentitythroughtheeyesofMelbourneArtistHowardArkleyfromtheperiodof1994-1999.FromrichlycolouredinteriorsandfurnituretosuburbanhouseexteriorsArkleyssuccesswiththeairbrushandcolourisclearlydisplayedinthisfullcolourcatalogue.44pp.......20.0022.00BookWeek2002ABookFeastThisbookpublishedbyZartArtfeaturesactivitiesonthisyearsBookWeekThemeABookFeastandoffersteachersandlibrarianssimplebuteffectiveactivitiestocomplimenttheshortlistedEarlyChildhoodandPictureStorybooksfor2002.60pp.......22.7325.00RETURNS.Allcreditclaimsmustbemadewithin30daysofpurchase.Whenreturninggoodspleaseaccompanythemwithacopyoftheinvoiceandanoteexplainingreasonforreturn.Pleaserepackagegoodsasreceived.NEWCOURIER.Wehavecontractedanewcouriercompanytodeliversomeofyourorders.Wehopethiswillimproveourservicetoyou.THANKYOUFROMREXANDSTAFFATZARTART 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Page2Term42002EditionZartextraFrontCoverNunawadingSouthPrimarySchoolZartArtPOBox1136BoxHillVicAustralia3128441LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398901867Fax0398986527Internetwww.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.ZartStudentsGalleryThegalleryfeaturesartworksmadebychildrenfromPreptoYear12fromallaroundVictoria.Schoolscanarrangeforchildrentovisitthegalleryanalysetheworksoftheircontemporariesandthenmakearelevantpieceoftheirownartworkinourworkshopswithanartconsultant.Thegalleryisalsoopentothepublicforviewingduringopeninghoursfreeofcharge.ZartEducationServiceZartEducationServiceprovideshandsonprofessionaldevelopmentworkshopsforPrimaryandSecondaryteachersaswellasKindergartenLOTEteachersandLibrarians.VisualArtsworkshopsareregularlyheldatZartandinmetropolitanandcountrylocationsanduponrequestatyourschooldistrictorKLAsgroup.ArtStorytellinghumourarewonderfulthings.Inafuturewhenmachineswilldoourdonkeyworkhumanartistswillbecomethemostvaluedandirreplaceableofprofessionalsuniqueinanautomatedworld.PainterssculptorswritersactorsarchitectsanimatorsandevenpeoplewhocandecorateanEastereggwillachieveunprecedentedfameandfortune.ZARTEDUCATIONSERVICEArtstorytellinghumourarewonderfulthings.Inafuturewhenmachineswilldoourdonkeyworkhumanartistswillbecomethemostvaluedandirreplaceableofprofessionalsuniqueinanautomatedworld.PainterssculptorswritersactorsarchitectsanimatorsandevenpeoplewhocandecorateanEastereggwillachieveunprecedentedfameandfortune.BranFerrenTheNewYorkTimesMagazine CSF2LearningOutcomesfromLevels1to4inVisualArtsAreascoveredPaintingDrawingCollageConstructionModellingThreadsTextilesandPrinting.Ourlargesplit-levelVisualArtsRoomwasdecoratedthroughoutwithstudentsworkonthethemeFairyTalesandFantasy.Itgavetheexperienceofenteringafantasyworldasyouenteredtheroomthathadmanylife-size3Dfeatures.Thesefeaturesformedsceneryforthestudentssmaller3Dand2Dpiecesofvisualarts.ThesevisuallyexcitingdisplaysweresetupbythestudentsundertheguidanceoftheVisualArtsteacher.TheresponsefromthestudentsparentsandteacherswasoverwhelminglypositiveandanarticledescribingtheprojectappearedinthelocalLeadernewspaper.Featuresofthefairytalesandfantasydisplay.ThedisplaycontainedthefollowingAlargecardboardmedievalcastleW4mxH2mwithpaperbricksfairytalecharactersatthewindowstowerscrenellationsandawoodencastledoor.AwitchshouseHanselGretelmadeinmedievalGermantimber-framestylewithaPage3Term42002EditionZartextraPrimaryArticleVISUALARTSLOTEDISPLAYVISUALARTSROOMNUNAWADINGSOUTHPRIMARYSCHOOLVisualArtsforTerms12onthethemeofFairytalesoftheBrothersGrimmfromGermany.StudentworkfromPreptoYear6.INTEGRATED witchinsideandcolouredfoamsweetscoveringtheroofW1.5mxH1.5m.ACinderellacoachandfairygodmotherwithsixfabricmiceawaitingtransformationintohorsesAtwometrehightowerforRapunzelwithminitowersandRapunzelsmadebystudents.ClayanimalfiguresoftheBremenTownMusiciansdonkeydogcatandrooster-withamedievalGerman-styletowncollagebackground.3DstitchedfabricmiceforthePied-PiperofHamelindisplayofthePiperleadingthemicetoariverspannedbyabridge.LittleRedRidingHoodfiguresinaforestsettingwiththewolfingrandmasbedinsidehercottage.CollageWantedpostersoffairytalebaddies.ThesevendwarfsfromSnowWhiteintheirbedswithwallpaperedbedroomwallsandpicturesonthewallFantasyfiguressuchasfairieswitcheswizardsknightsandmedievalladiesinaCinderellaballroomsceneofafancydressmaskedcarnivalball.MasksmadebyYears56fortheirGermanCarnivalpartywerepartofthedisplay.Glitteringstarsandacrescentmoonsuspendedfromtheceilingthatwascoveredinfinedarkbluenetting.SleepingBeautyinhercastlesurroundedbyvinesplaitedbythestudentsanddecoratedwithflowersW3mxH1m.TheFrogPrinceconstructionmodelsaroundapondfilledwithclaymodelsoffishandturtlesandgoldenballs.Fooddyefairieswithstargarlandwingsflyingabovethedisplay.Boxconstructionowlsperchedonbranchesabovethedisplays.Collagewitchescatsandbats.Aforestoftreeswithtoadstoolsdyedfabricbutterfliesgoblinsbirdsandinsects.Medievalbannersusingsymmetricalsymbolsandwithtasselsatthebase.Page4Term42002EditionZartextraPrimaryArticlecont.experience-enteringafantasyworld...VisualArtsLOTEGermanTeacher-Ms.GlendaRawsonVISUALARTSLOTEDISPLAY Page5Term42002EditionZartextraTrafalgarPrimarySchoolClayPigsBeechworthPrimarySchoolHobbyHorsesNunawadingSouthPrimarySchoolFairyTalesMelbourneGirlsGrammarMasksRuytonGirlsSchoolCushionsSherbournePrimarySchoolBlackAndWhiteFacesApolloParkwaysPrimarySchoolDotPaintingsWaverleyChristianCollegeLandscapesElthamCollegeFeltCaulfieldGrammarWheelersHillLinoPrintsSolwayPrimarySchoolClayFishWatsoniaHeightsPrimarySchool3DFiguresSienaCollegeDrawingsLalorNorthPrimarySchoolMixedMediaUpperYarraSecondaryCollegeMixedMediaCoolarooSouthPrimarySchoolCitySkylineTERM3GALLERY2002SituatedatZartEducationServiceisZartStudentsGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels1-7.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypIecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailjanzartart.com.auZartStudentsGalleryCeramicThestudentsatTrafalgarPrimarySchoolloveworkingwithclayTheyhavehadmanyopportunitiestoworkwithclayandhaveabasicunderstandingofthematerial.Theyvepractisedjoiningandhandbuildingtechniques.Theyvepressedpushedandscratcheddecorationsintoclayandtheyveexperiencedthedryingprocessandwhatitdoestoclay.WiththisknowledgeandtheseskillswewereconfidentthatwecouldsuccessfullymakePiggyBanks.Using2samesizedrubberballsasamouldthestudentswrappedtheballsinplastic.Halftheballswerecoveredusingsmallclayslabsandsmoothedover.Onehalfwasdecoratedasthebottom.Legsclawsandfeetwereadded.Theotherhalfwasdecoratedastheheadofthepig.Eyesearssnoutsspikeswingsandhairwereadded.Thepigswerelefttodryovernight.Thenextdaytheyweremanageableenoughtojoin.Theballswerecarefullyremovedandtheheadandbottomwerealignedandjoined.Ifthereweregapsslabsofclaywereusedasfillers.Theslotandholeforthemoneywerecarvedoutandthepigswerelefttodrybeforeabisquefiring.ThestudentspaintedtheirpigswithVipondsandaddedfabricspipecleanersbeadsandchains.ThestudentswereencouragedtogivetheirpigscharacteranidentityattitudeThepigsmadeastrikingexhibitinourschoolfoyerandfeaturedinourschoolnewsletter.ThepigsonexhibitattheZartGalleryweremadebyTheTrafalgarPrimarySpecialArtGroup.Thisisagroupof10studentsfromgrade2tograde6whoIhaveidentifiedasinterestedandtalentedintheVisualsArts.Wemeetonceaweekduringourlunchhourandworkoneitherindividualorgroupprojects.Thestudentslovetheextratimetopursuetheirloveofartandarethrilledtobeacknowledged.Iloveworkingwithasmallenthusiasticgroupofkids.Itsgreattowatchthesekidsexploreandexperimentandtakeriskswiththeirwork.Bestofallthesekidsfeelveryspecialaboutthemselves.DiOlssonTrafalgarPrimarySchool.BanksPIGGY MelbourneGirlsGrammarSchooloffersSculptureatYear10levelincludingtheuseofsuchmaterialsasclaywiremetalglassfibreandfoundobjects.ThegirlsareencouragedtoexperimentwithawiderangeofmediawhichenablesthemtodevelopabroadspectrumofskillsfortheirVCEyearsandbeyond.AtthecommencementofTerm2Iwasdiscussingwiththegirlsthecontemporaryrolesofartistswithinsocietysuchascommissionedworkworkforgovernmentgrantsandco-operativeprojects.Thisflowedontotheintroductionoftheirmaskassignmentwhichincorporatesthecostumedesignforthe2002schoolproductionTheBirdsbyAristophanes.WebeganafterIwasluckyenoughtotakepartinamaskmakingsessionrunbyawell-knownproductionartistAnitaSinclair.Shedemonstratedwireconstructionmachefabricsculptureandothertechniquesoftenusedincostumeassembly.ThefirststepwastodiscussthebrieflaidoutbytheProductionCo-ordinatorBrianHogan.ThemainpointstofocusonwereOver-the-Topcolourandvisibilityfromadistance.WiththeseinmindthestudentsbegansketchingouttheirideasmakingreferencePage6Term42002EditionZartextraSecondaryArticle totropicalbirdbooksandstagedesigns.Eachmaskstartedoutbyusingpolystyrenecupscutintoflatpiecesmouldedaroundthestudentsfacesandsecuredtogetherwithmaskingtape.DurabilitywasacriterionandsocalicostripsdippedindilutedPVAgluewereusedasamachecovering.Thiswasalsoasafetymeasuretoavoidtheinhalationofanypolystyreneparticles.WhenthePVAwasdryabasecoatofgessowasappliedandthemaskwasreadyfordecoration.Thematerialsusedwereprimarilyfeathersinbrighttropicalcolourssuchasorangeyellowandaqua.Sequinsmini-Pom-PomsChenilleStemsPlasticMosaicTilesTulleDoyliesPearlFoilPaperMetallicConfettiTissuePaperSilverIciclesandacrylicpaintswereotheroptionsutilisedbythestudents.Thefinishedresultswerediverseprofessionalresilientcolourfulandextremelyeyecatching.Withthechoiceofmaterialsthestudentsimaginationranwild.Theymanagedthecombinationofresourceseffectivelyandcreatively.LucyCohenPage7Term42002EditionZartextra Page8Term42002EditionZartextraZartswildCompetitionAndtheWINNERSare...KentParkPrimarySchoolTeacherSueCreightonCranbourneSecondaryCollegeTeacherJanMcAleeseThankyoutoallentriesinourTerm3competitionIdeasGoneWild-usingPatternPaperandAnimalPrintFelt.ThejudgeshavedecidedthatthetwowinnersarePRIMARYWINNERKentParkPrimarySchoolSecondaryWinnerCranbourneSecondaryCollegeEachschoolhaswonforthemselves200.00200.00worthofArtmaterials.Congratulationstothewinnersandabigthankstoallourentries202000..0000WINNINGPRIZEOFworthofArtMaterials AtmyownschoolIwantedtopresentAboriginalarttomystudentsbutIcouldntasIdidntknowhoworwheretostart.Ihadlittleknowledgeofindigenousartistsortheirwork.IfIpresentedtheworkwouldIsparkcontroversyWouldIpresentitrespectfullyIwasntconfidentsoIletitgo.KateHartincollaborationwithoneoftheartistsfamilyhasproducedakitthatisalinktogiveussomeunderstandingoftheirworkandculture.ThekitavailablefromZartArtcontainstwelveA3sizedcolourprintsofartworksrepresentingthreeindigenousartistsJackWunawunfromCentralArnhemLandMichaelNelsonJagamarafromdesertcountryofcentralAustraliaandLinOnusanurbanKoorifromsuburbanMelbourne.Teachernotesthatgiveusbackgroundknowledgeoftheartistandtheirculturesupporttheartworks.Afterlookingatandrespondingtotheworksthestudentsdevelopideasandmaketheirown2Dand3Dworksofart.Thekitprovidesactivitiessuitableforlevels1-6andincludesavarietyofskillstechniquesandmaterialsthatareexploredthroughthesuggestedactivities.BylookingatrespondingtoandbymakingartthestudentsdevelopanunderstandingofthecomplexdiverseandmeaningfulartofsomeofAustraliasIndigenousartists.IrecommendtheIndigenousKitasInowuseitconfidentlyintheclassroomandartroom.ThekitisnotonlyusefulIbelieveitisimportant.Indigenousartisimportant.Weneedtounderstandthatitisnotjustaboutdotsandx-rayviewsittellsstoriesitisaboutdesignsrepresentingartistsandtheirlandanditisabouteverydaylifeandsurvival.Weneedtoexplorethiswithourchildren.DiOlssonTrafalgarPrimarySchoolartteacherandartconsultant.GeelongArtGalleryFriday14thFebruary12.30pm-3.30pmLittleMalopStreetGeelongVic47.00SheppartonArtGalleryFriday28thFebruary9.30am-12.30pmCivicCentreSheppartonVic47.00BranbukLivingCulturalCentreFriday14thMarch12.30pm-3.30pmGrampiansRoadHallsGapVic47.00BallaratFineArtsGalleryFriday28thMarch12.30pm-3.30pm40LydiardStreetBallaratVic47.00PerformingArtsCentreOldFireStationAuditoriumFriday4thApril12.30pm-3.30pmViewStreetBendigoVic47.00Page9Term42002EditionZartextraProfessionalDevelopmentABORIGINALSTUDIESTheteachersinvolvedhadaballandhavesincesharedtheirworkandnewlearnedskillswithotherswhowerentabletoattendtheProfessionalDevelopmentDaywithDiOlsson.CafelunchAvailableCafelunchavailableattheArtGallerynextdoor.RegionalWorkshopsDiOlssonsuccessfullypresentedanIndigenousArtworkshopusingthekitasafocusinLakesEntranceandisnowrunningaseriesofworkshopsthroughoutVictoriain2003.AustralianIndigenousArtPackavailablefromZartArt 2003TheZartArt2003cataloguewillbesentouttoallourcustomersinNovember2002withavarietyofnewproductlistingsaswellasallouroldfavourites.WewillfeatureBacktoSchoolSpecialsonnumerousproductsthatapplyfromyourreceiptofthecataloguetoMarch1st2003.Ifyouwouldliketoplaceyourordersfor2003inNovemberorearlyDecemberwewilldispatchyourorderbeforetheendoftermsoyoucanunpackitinreadinessforthenewTerm1.Fordeliveriesin2003youmustspecifypreferreddeliverydateoryourbacktoschoolorderwillbedeliveredthefirstweekofTermOne.OrderswillbeinvoicedatthetimeofdispatchhoweverpaymentcanbedelayeduntilFebruary2003.AllpriceswillshowbothpreGSTinblueandGSTinclusiveinblackandallpricesarefixeduntilMarch1st2003.Page10Term42002EditionZartextraNewProductsCRAYOLAWINDOWFXEverythingyouneedtomakecolourfulwindoworacetateclings.Theclingscanbeputonawindowandthenmovedorremovedwhendesiredasmanytimesasyoulike.GreatforspecialoccasionsChristmasEasterbirthdaysortosupportfavouriteteams.Completekitcontains8painttubes2blacklinersand6coloursvinylsheetsandapatternsheettotracedesigns.Kitof8..............9.5810.54MOSAICKITKitIncludes30cmTileCutterStraightTileNipperTileHammerAdhesiveSpreaderRubberGrouterSpongeAllinastrongreusableplasticcarrycaseKit..................66.0072.60ZARTBADGEMAKINGKITContains30pullapartbadges30badgedesignstocolourand30circleblankstocreateyourowndesigns.Pktof30............18.0019.80OCALDOTEMPERABLOCKSRedPaletteBrilliantRedCrimsonVermillionWhiteLemonYellowandMidYellowBlueGreenPalettePrussianBlueBrilliantBlueBrilliantGreenPurpleSkyBlueandEmeraldBrownPaletteGreyBlackBurntSiennaBurntUmberYellowOchreandPeachSetof6inaPalette...5.616.17Refillcoloursavailableinpktsof6singlecoloursinBlackWhiteBrilliantBlueBrilliantGreenBrilliantRedBrilliantYellowOrangeLemonBurntSiennaBurntUmberSkyBlueVermilionEmeraldPurpleTurquoiseVeridianYellowOchreCrimsonGreyPrussianBlueorPeach.Pktof6..............4.875.36ZartArt2003CatalogueblueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGST heideaforKorowasReconciliationGardenwasconceivedin1999tocreateareflectiveoutdoorartspacewithintheschoolforstudentsandstafftoenjoy.Throughout2000wedecidedasaschoolandArtDepartmenttodedicatethefocusoftheyeartoReconciliation.AspartofourArtistinResidenceprogramindigenousartistGlenRomaniswaschosentoprovideeducationalworkshopswiththestudentsonAboriginalculture.HewasalsogiventhebrieftodevelopthedesignfortheReconciliationGardeninconsultationwiththeschoolcommunity.Theprojectwaslaunchedinearly2000atasmokingceremonyinvolvingthewholeschool.WurundjerielderJoyMurphyconductedthememorablecleansingandwelcomingritualacknowledgingKorowaspresenceonherpeoplesland.MeanwhilethroughdiscussionwithGlentheArtstaffandthestudentsthedesignfortheReconciliationGardenwasevolving.AfterthedesignwasapprovedthestudentsbeganworkingonproducingtheclaytileswhileGlencarvedthetimbercomponentsoffsite.TheconceptbehindthedesignofthegardenisinspiredbytheworkofindigenouswomenthroughoutAustralia.ParallelsaredrawnwiththeongoingworkandconnectionsthatwomenhavewiththislandthatisnowKorowaAnglicanGirlsSchool.ThecentralpieceinthegardenisadiggingstickusedbyAboriginalwomenforextractingtubersyamsandotherplantsfromtheearthforeatingandmedicinalpurposes.Oneithersidesetintothegroundaretheovalshapesoftwocoolamons.Traditionallythecoolamonisawoodenvesselusedbywomenforholdingwaterandgatheringfood.Ceramictileshavebeenusedtocreatethecoolamons.Juniorschoolstudentsmaketheouteredgeofterracottatiles.Eachtileportraysanindividualstory.Seniorschoolstudentsmadethefloralmotifswithinthecoolamonsdepictingtheplantsgatheredinthearea.Overthecoolamonsaretworiverredgumseatssetonbasaltrock.Thereliefcarvingontheseatsanddiggingstickrepresentwaterthegiveroflife.Thestylisedimageoftheriverhasbeenusedtoillustratethemanypathsandjourneysweallundertakethroughoutourlivesasindividualsandcommunities.TheReconciliationGardenisintendedasaplaceofunderstandingandreflection.ThiscreationhasbeenajourneythatbeganwiththewelcomingceremonybyJoyMurphyinearly2000toitsinstallationanddedicationinFebruary2002.Dr.RoslynOtzen-PrincipalRobynPrice-HeadofArtKateParton-JnrSchoolArtCo-ordinatorPage11Term42002EditionZartextraProfileReconciliationGardenKOROWAST