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Term12004RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003Term12004RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003ZartExtraNewsletters2004Term1Term2Term3Term4 BlankPage Term12004RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003 A2ZartExtra_Term12004Amanpaintswithhisbrainandnotwithhishands.MichelangeloZartEducationServicezartartinreviewWelcomebackWehaveanothergreatyearplannedaheadwithnewworkshopsexhibitionsandarticles.Wewouldalsoliketowecomeallnewteachersofart.OurFREEproductandideaspresentationswillbeheldthistermthroughoutVictoriapresentedbyoursalesconsultantsReneandGeorgia.Thisisafantasticopportunitytoseelearnaboutandtrynewproducts.Itisalsoafantasticopportunitytoshareideasanddiscussprojectswithotherteachersinyourarea.FindoutnowifthereisapresentationscheduledinyourareaalltheinformationisintheTerm1workshopflyeroratwww.zartart.com.aushowtell.htm.HoweverifyourequireaworkshoptomeetspecificcurriculumneedsZESoffersclientrequestedworkshopsforgroupswholeschoolstaffandnetworks.PleasephoneZESformoreinformation.AnexcitingadditiontothistermisworkshopsatregionalartgalleriesthroughoutVictoriafocusingonAustralianartists.Pleaserefertoyourterm1workshopflyerorourwebsiteforup-to-dateworkshopdetailswww.zartart.com.auWorkshopsmain.htmProfileArtinaCountryTownMyrtlefordPrimarySchoolpage5ZartsStudentGalleryWhatsonandfeaturinginourGalleryforTerm12004.page6PrimaryArticleLightReflectionExhibition.CareyBaptistGrammarDonvalepage7NewproductsGreatnewZartArtproductsandideaspage9TwodifferentapplicationsofMosaicsinaschoolenvironment.SurreyHillsPrimarySchoolCamberwellBoysGrammar.page10SecondaryArticleVCEspotlightStCatherinessSchoolToorakpage3ZartArtSchoolWholesaleSupplierZartArtoffersanextensiverangeofresourcesartmaterialscraftandtechnologysupplies.Youwillfindcompetitivepricesandefficientandquickservice.541LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auzartartzartart.com.auHoursMon-Fri8.30am-5.00pmSat8.30am-12.00noonZartsStudentGalleryThegalleryfeaturesartworksmadebystudentsofPreptoYear12fromallaroundVictoria.Schoolscanarrangeforstudentstovisitthegalleryanalysetheworksoftheircontemporariesandthenmakearelevantpieceoftheirownartworkinourworkshopswithanartconsultant.ThegalleryisalsoopentothepublicforviewingduringopeninghourspleaseseeZarthoursfreeofcharge.ForTermGallerylistingsrefertoourZartExtraandourwebsite.ZartEducationServiceZartEducationServiceprovideshandsonprofessionaldevelopmentworkshopsforprimaryandsecondaryteachersaswellasLOTEteachersPre-schoolsandlibrarians.VisualArtsworkshopsareregularlyheldatZartandinmetropolitanandcountrylocationsanduponrequestatyourschooldistrictorKLAsgroup.PleaserefertotheWorkshopInsertasupplementtoeveryZartExtraorrefertoourwebsitefordatesandtimes.ZartworksRetailShopZartworkshaveallyourartandcraftneedscateringforbothbeginnerandprofessionalartists.Youcanselectfromawiderangeofvisualartscraftandgraphicsupplies.Browseatyourleisureorseekassistancefromourexperiencedstaff.341LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398905110Fax0398986527Internetzartartzartart.com.auemailzartworkszartart.com.auHoursMon-Fri9.00am-5.00pmSat9.00am-12.00noonZARTEXTRAAVisualArtspublicationproducedeachtermforPre-schoolPrimarySecondaryTeachersbyZartArtandZartEducationService.2004importantdates.internationalyearofrice.Internationalyeartocommemoratethestruggleagainstslaveryanditsabolition.chineseyearofthemonkeyeventsgamesofthexxvviiiolympiadathensgreece13082004-29082004conferencesaevconferencessaturday29-sunday30may20042004termonedatesactfriday30january-thursday8Aprilnswtuesday27thjanuary-thursday8AprileastnswTuesday3rdfebruary-thursday8Aprilwesttasthursday12february-Friday28Maytaseasterbreakthursday9April-sunday18thaprilsathursday27january-thursday8Aprilwamonday2february-thursday8Aprilnttuesay27january-friday2Aprilqldtuesday27thjanuary-thurday8Aprilpublicholidaysterm12004launcestoncupnthtas-wednesday25feblabourday-monday1stmarchwalabourday-monday8thmarchviceighthourday-monday8thmarchtascanberraday-monday15thmarchactgoodfriday-9aprileastermonday-12aprilZARTCLOSED-Tuesday13thAPRILanzacday-25anzacholiday26thaprilexviccover TrilogyofLifesecondaryarticleZartExtra_Term120043Ialwayswantedtomakeart.IcouldntwaittogosomewherewhereIcouldsplashpaintaroundandtrythingswithoutbeingafraidofmakingmistakes.ThefreedomIwishedforIfoundatStCatherinesSchoolalthoughIdidntreallyhavethatfreedomuntilIundertooktheVCE.InsteadofdoingUnits1and2IdecidedtofasttrackintoYear12andthatwasoneofthebestdecisionsIhaveevermade.ItgavemethefocusandmotivationIneededandencouragedmetopushandextendmyself.Workingwitholderstudentsalsomademeapproachmyworkinaveryseriousway.MyTrilogyofLifewhichIcompletedformyVCEArtfoliocomprisedofthreeverylargepaintingsonMDFboard.Inawaytheworksareself-explanatoryanddontneedtobetalkedaboutalthoughIwilldiscusstheprocess.Allyouneedtodoisjustlookatthemtoabsorbandrespondtotheintensityoftheredsthecontrastingbluesandpurplesandthehighlightsofcreamsandyellows.Whatshouldbeofgreaterinterestishowthetexturedeffectsofcrackedcolourswereachieved.Surethereisacommercialmediumthatallowsyoutocreatetheeffectsofcracklingbutnotonthisscale.TheIdea.InfirstsemesterIhadworkedonaseriesofverylargedramaticblackandwhitefiguredrawingsandIdesperatelyneededachange.JeffMakinscolourfulinterpretationsofthecountrysidearoundLakeEyreinspiredmetoexploretheimpactofdramatichotredscontrastedwithcoolerblues.MyteacherMrDarbyintroducedustotheWilliamCreekandBeyondExpeditiontoCentralAustraliaforourArtexamination.MakinsworkalongwiththatofartistssuchasJohnOlsenAndrewSibleyTimStorrierandHazelDooneywereawesome.WhatIinitiallyconsideredaninterestingbackgroundformyfiguredrawingsbecamemymajorinterestformyfinalworks.Thefiguresrecededinimportanceandthecolourfulbackgroundsbecamemyfocus.TheMethodOntwoofmyfiguredrawingsIaccidentallydiscoveredthatwhenIpaintedacryliccoloursontothepaperandthenappliedacoatofGlassEnameloverthetopwhiletheacrylicwasstillwetthetwoliquidswoulddryatdifferentratesandthetopsurfacecrackedquitedramatically.Ilovedthiseffectanddecidedtomakethisamajorexploration.IfoundthatifIappliedathinlayerofGlassEnamelandblendeditalittlethecrackswouldbefineandquitesubtle.IfIappliedathickerlayerofGlassEnamelthecolouredsurfaceswouldbelargerandthecracksmoreobvious.BotheffectswereinterestingandIwantedtotakefulladvantageofeachone.IlearnedalotanddevelopedmyskillsandtechniquesconsiderablyasIworked.ThevariousredsandcreamswereworkedtogetherusingablendingtechniqueandthenIscratcheddetailsintothesurfaceusingmetalscribersandfiles.WhilemuchofthereactionbegantooccurasIworkeditwasntuntilIreturnedtotheroomformynextclassthatthefulldramaticresultwasapparent.AlthoughIhadanideahowitwouldturnouttherewasalwaysthatamazingexperienceofdiscoveringthefulleffectsofthecrackingandblendingoncethecolourshaddried.IalwayshurriedtoseewhatIhadcreated.ItisimportanttounderstandthatdiscoveringsomethingasamazingasthisencouragesyoutospendalotmoretimethannormalintheArtroom.TheMaterials.IusedGlobalacrylicpaintswhichcomeineasy-to-handlecontainersandagoodrangeofcolours.TheZartGlassEnamelsareakindofthickstronghoney-likeliquidthatprovideintenseglossyeffects.Theyareoftenusedbystudentstocreatetransparentorsemitransparentsurfaceswhichcanprovidesomeoftheeffectsofstainedglasswindows.Theacrylicpaintwasappliedusinglargebristlebrushesandarangeofspongesonsticks.TheGlassEnamelwaswipedoverthisinitialsurfaceusingahandheldcleaningspongeaswellasthespongesonsticks.ImadeaseriesoffoursmalltrialsonYear11student-StCatherinesSchool 4ZartExtra_Term12004secondaryarticlecontcanvasboardsusingarangeofredsandcreams.ThesewereveryeffectiveandgavemeaguidefromwhichtoworkwhenIstartedmylargerfinalworks.TheArtisticeffects.Whatismostnoticeablewhenyoufirstlookatthisseriesofworksistheirscaleandsize.Iwantedtocreateworksthatcouldnotbeignored.TheyweresobigIneededtoplacethemontopofthetablesandkneelandcrawlallaroundthem.MysockswouldbecomesaturatedwithcolourandIwouldgetintotroubleforwalkingitthroughthestudiosMyteacherwasverypatientwithme.Theintenseemotionalredscontrastedwiththedeepcoolbluesandpurplesalsostandoutclearlyasdothestrongcreamhighlights.Itisinterestinghowpowerfulandeffectivethiscolourschemeis.DuringtheVCEexhibitionpeopleinterpretedtheseriesofworksindifferentways.Somesawthemjustasarrangementsofcoloursshapesandtexturessomesawthemashavinghiddenmeaningsandmessageswhileothersnoticedtherelationshiptomyearlierfiguredrawings.OverallpeopleenjoyedtheartworksandappreciatedthevisualeffectsIhadcreated.Iwasecstaticwiththeresponse.AlexAndersonYear11StCatherinesSchoolToorak. primaryarticlecontZartExtra_Term120045profileAhighlightoftheVisualArtsProgramatMyrtlefordPrimarySchoolistheannualvisitofDavidandShirleyWilliams.DavidisarenownedwatercolourartistShirleyhiswifeisaverycapablemanagerandassistant.DavidandShirleyspentaweekinstructingourpupilsfromPrepto6inthegentleartofwatercolourpaintingwithlastyearsfocustopicYearoftheFreshwater.Childrenweretimetabledfortwoonehoursessionsduringwhichclassteachersattendedandwereassistedbyparentswhomountthecompletedworksofartforourexhibition.Ourstudentscametoacknowledgethevalueofourwaterresourcesduringthelonghotsummer.MyrtlefordwasoneoftheNorthEasterntownssurroundedbyfirewithadelayedstarttotheschoolyearduetothedangersoffireandsmokeexposure.WehadnoexcursionorrelatedactivitiesorexperiencesleadinguptoourcelebrationbutbeingacountrytownintheAlpineRegionourchildrenliveinanenvironmentofriversbushmountainsandlakeswheretheycanswimonasummereveninggofishingexperiencewaterandsnowskiingandbushwalking.WeresourcedbooksandchartsfromourschoollibrarywhichDavidusedaspointsofreferenceforthetopiclisthepreparedinadvance.DavidisafrequentvisitortotheNorthEastandrealisesthechildrenbringtheirownknowledgeandexperiencestotheirwork.Wehadrosellasinourschoolgardenthemorningtheywerepainted.Davidobservedtheseonhiswaytoourschoolblockandsomebeautifulpaintingsresulted.Hecommencedeachsessionwithdemonstrationsofbasicrulestofollowconcerningtheuseofwatercolourbrushesandtheskillofblendingwaterwithpaint.Ageneralquestionandanswersessionabouteachtopicfollowed.Davidthenledthechildrenintoeachactivitydemonstratinglineperspectiveandcolouruseashewent.Over800individualexhibitsweremountedandhunginanexhibitionpresentedtoparentsandfriendsofourschoolcommunityattheendoftheweek.Thechildrensbesteffortswereframedusingcardboardmountsandotherworkswerecombinedingeneraldisplays.ParentsattendingtheexhibitionweredelightedbytherangeoftopicssuchasBubbleBalletCaterpillarsEelsInWaterMrCeleryandMrPotatoHeadWaterDropletswithRocksSnowonMtBuffaloAutumnLeavesWaterTanksandWindMillsGumbootsinPuddlesWaterLilyinPondsFabulousFungiSunsetontheLakewhichexpressedourappreciationofaverypreciousresource.PhilippaCartwrightArtsCoordinatorMyrtlefordPrimarySchoolArtinaCountryTown term2004Studentsstudiedanddiscussedtheexternalandinternalmakeupoffish.Finsscalessizetextureandcolourswereallexamined.Thebackbonewasthenexaminedandtheinfluenceithasontheoverallshapeofafish.Usingthisasabasisstudentdrewanoutlineofafishinmetallicoilpastelsandthendividedtheshapeintosegmentsusingastronglinetoactasabackbone.Eachsectionhadtobedecoratedusingdifferentshapesandcoloursbutonespacewastobeleftempty.Afoodwashwasthenappliedoverthefishandwhilethatwasdryingstudentscreatedawaterbackgroundaddingcollageandgluedcutoutfishontothis.WIRECONSTRUCTIONS-FISHStudentsexploredvariousmethodsofjoiningwireandthepossibletoolsthatcouldbeused.Safetyprecautionswerediscussednowirewastobeliftedofftheworkbenchuntilbothendswerebentaroundcottonglovestobeusedwhenhotgluingorhandlingthewiremesh.Aftercreatinganoutlineofafishusing3mmArmatureWirestudentsthencreatedspacesbyjoininggalvanisedfloristwirejoiningthistothemainstructuretocreateajigsawofspaceswithonespacetobeleftempty.Acriteriaofmaterialstobeusedwaslistedi.e.twospaceshadtohaveWireFormmodellingmeshnotwomaterialsweretobeside-by-sideetc.Studentschoseacolourthemeandhadanarrayoffabricpaperspipecleanerslaceglittergluesandfoilstochoosefrom.Theprojectlastedforfiveweeksandthestudentswerefullyengagedthewholetime.OrmondPrimarySchool6ZartExtra_Term12004situatedatzarteducationserviceisZartsStudentGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels1-7.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailonjanzartart.com.auBlackburnLakePrimarySchoolPaintingsBrunswickSWPrimarySchoolIndigenousArtCamberwellGrammarDrawingsCareyGrammarInstallationDingleyPrimarySchoolStudyofThailandEastbournePrimarySchoolBirdsLowtherHallPaintingsOrmondPrimarySchoolWireFishPendersGrovePrimarySchoolCabbagesOnionszartsstudentgalleryPenolaCollegeTiarasandTotemsRuytonGirlsSchoolPrintsStBenedictsSchoolBurwoodDrawingsandCollageStMarysSchoolWilliamstownDrawingsandcollageStrathconaGirlsSchoolMosaicsSurreyHillsPrimarySchoolMetallicmosaicsThePatchSchoolPukamariPolesMelvilleIslandsWaverleyChristianCollegeClayfacesStudyofThailandDingleyprimaryschoolGrade4Grade5FISHWIRECONSTRUCTIONstmarysschoolwilliamstownpenolacollegepenolacollege LightReflectionExhibitionprimaryarticleZartExtra_Term120047ThisExhibitionincludesworkfromstudentsinallprimarylevelsandwascreatedwiththeassistanceofArtistinResidenceCatherineOLeary.TheideawastostudytheelementsofColourTransparencyReflectionsandLight.ThiswasachievedthroughtheuseofmaterialssuchasperspexScratchLiteCellophanefabricsTissuePaperArmatureWireAcetateFilmSilverFoilandMirrors.EachyearlevelworkedontheExhibitionthroughdifferentmediumsandthetotaleffectwasoneofamyriadofcoloursandsurfacetexturesreboundingoffSilverFoilandMirrors.Theeffectcreatedanintricatefantasylikeatmospherewithlightsfinishingthepicture.YearPrepstudentsworkedthroughScratchLiteillustrationsonperspexandwiresculptures.DevelopingsimpleshapeswithArmatureWireandthenhammeringthesetotransformthemintoafixedshapewithtexturecreatedthewiresculptures.Thesehammeredshapeswerethenlinkedtogetherandfixedontoacoathangerwithbeadsattachedtoformadecorativeelement.YearOnestudentsworkedonmobilesmadefromwirecoathangerspulledintoadiamondshape.Inthetopcentreofthisshapetheyplacedasquarepieceofperspexpaintedwithglasspaints.TheoutsideofthecoathangerwasdecoratedwithmetallicthreadsandotheradditionsincludingFloristWirethreadedwithcolouredbeads.YearTwostudentsalsousedwirecoathangersasanarmaturefortheirmobiles.Usingtwocoathangerscrossedovereachother.TheythencoveredthemincolouredTissuePaper.FromthispointthemobilewasfurtherdecoratedbyusingArmatureWirehammeredintointricateshapesandplacedwithinthecoathangershape.AdditionalwireshapesweresuspendedfromthebaseofthehangersandclearplasticstripspaintedwithPoscaPenswerealsoattachedandhungfromthebase.YearThreestudentsworkedwithcolouredCellophaneandScratchLiteonperspexpanels.TheseincludedcollagesofillustrationsonScratchLiteandcollagedpatternworkcreatedfromcolouredCellophane.Theseweremadeintoconstructionpanelsinterconnectedwithoneanotherandplacedeitheronorovermirrorpanels.YearFourstudentsstudiedtheEnvironmentin2003andproducedtheirworkinnaturalmaterialssuchaswoolsandsilks.TheystudiedthelightandshapesproducedbytreecanopieswithintheAustralianbushanddevelopedtheirownBushCanopy.ThiswasdevelopedbyusingMerinoWoolandfeltingtechniquesandwassuspendedoverthetopoftheExhibition.OtherinclusionsfromYearFourincludedsilkleavesmadefromSilkFibreswithcollagematerialsofatransparentnatureoverlaid.YearFiveandSixdevelopedperspexpanelsandwiresculptures.AsbothofCareyBaptistGrammarDonvale 8ZartExtra_Term12004theseyearlevelswerestudyingtheMediatheirworkintheexhibitionwasbasedonthistheme.TheydevelopedcollageworkusingTissuePapercolouredCellophaneandAcetatephotocopiesandsandwichedthecollagebetweentwopiecesofperspex.ThiswasframedbyusingGafferTapewithholesdrilledforhangingpurposes.Theseworkswerepositionedtocatchthelight.Otherworkcreatedbythesestudentswerewiresculpturesthatusedtwowirecoathangerscrossedoveroneanotherandpulledintoadiamondshape.ThebasicshapewasthencoveredwithavarietyofintricateshapesmouldedfromArmatureWireandhammeredintoafixedshape.EachshapewasjoinedtogetherwithfineFloristWire.ThesculpturewasthendecoratedwithfinebeadsandtheenclosedspacewithinthecentreoftheshapefilledwithtransparentcolouredCellophane.ThewholeExhibitionformedacorridorthroughwhichvisitorscouldwalkandviewthework.Therewasacanopyformedoverheadfromwhichsomeoftheworkhungandmirrorswerepositionedallalongthebenchesatavarietyofdifferentangles.ThisallowedforviewingoftheworkthroughReflectionsthatformedwithinthemirrors.AdditionaldisplayfeaturesincludedcoveringthewindowsandtreebrancheswithcrushedAluminiumFoilandCDsweredecoratedwithreflectivematerials.AllbenchtopsthatformedpartoftheExhibitionwerecoveredwithaMirrorfinishedcard.AllvisitorsandstudentshaveenjoyedourexplorationoftheuseofReflectionandLightandlearnedagreatdealaboutthequalitiesofthematerialsassociatedwiththeseelements.WehavealsoplayedaroundwiththetopicofthemanipulationofColourandTexturesandtheanalogyassociatedwithMediamanipulationintheworkproducedbytheolderstudents.Theeffectofanglesonshapesandcoloursanditsabilitytotricktheeyeoftheviewerwasalsoofgreatinterest.OverallthestudentsgainedenormousdepthintheirunderstandingoftheseimportantelementsofArtandDesignandenjoyedthejourneywetooktodevelopthework.primaryarticlecontJeanetteJenningsArtCoordinatorCareyBaptistGrammarDonvale Abrushpenwithhighqualitypigmentsthatislightfastandwaterproof.Abrushpointprovidesmaximumflexibilityforspontaneousfreehandsketchesoraccuratedetail.Thesepenshaveareliableandevenflowofinkwithapointthatglidessoftlyandsmoothlyoverthepaper.Idealforgraphicartistsdesignersillustratorsandanyonewhoenjoysmakingcoloureddrawings.Setof6basiccolours.............15.9217.51Setof6shadesofgrey.............15.9217.51Setof6landscapecolours.............15.9217.51Setof6terracolours.............15.9217.51Setof4pointsinblacksepiaorsanguine.Superfinefinemediumandbrushpointinawalletof4.Pleasespecifycolour.Setof4........10.6411.70ZartExtra_Term120049newproductsGLOWPAINTAvibrantwaterbasedmediumthathasaglowunderultra-violetlight.Innormallightitwillstillhaveafluorescenteffect.Nontoxic.Idealforschooldramasceneactivitiesaswellasgeneralcraftuse.Washbrusheswhilstwet.500mlsqueezebottlewithanozzle.Availableinyelloworangescarletpinkmagentabluegreenandviolet.500ml........8.429.26advertisementUsethisbodyasastartingpointPITTARTISTPENBUGBodiesitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldpricesincludeGSTCreatebeautifulbugsforscienceartjewelleryorfridgemagnets.Eachbugis5cmlong.Pktof76......15.9217.51CreatearmslegsantennasfromFloristWire.CreatewingsusingBugPatternPaperCellophaneShimmer.ThesebrightwingshavebeencreatedusingTiedyePaper.CreatefluffyantennaswithChenillestemstopeachwithabead.Addfinalbodydetailsandmarkingsusingafelttipmarker.DecoratetheBugBodywithlinesanddotsusingaPoscamarker.AddwingssimplywithMosaicWoodgrainmarquetryshapes.AntennasaremadefromaChenillestem.NBSuitableforPrimaryClassroomteacherswantingsimplequickfillinactivities.PleasenotenotallCLAGproductslistedareavailablethroughZartArtPleaserefertoour2004catalogue.ZartClosureDaysGoodFriday9thApril-EasterMonday12thApril.Tuesday13thAprilZartwillbeclosedforstaffProfessionaldevelopment spotlightonmosaicsThisunitofworkencompassedbothindividualandgroupworkandallowedforavarietyofskillstobedevelopedandstudentsfromeveryleveloftheschooltoparticipate.Thegrade5and6studentsworkedonmosaicsforaterm.Theunitofworkbeganwithindividualresearchonthedefinitionandhistoryofmosaicsaswellasthetoolsandequipmentrequired.Thishomeworktaskwasusedasthebasisforclassdiscussionandfromthereweexploredtheprinciplesofmosaicsspacingcolourshapeandpattern.Thehands-ontaskwasapapermosaic.Overtwosessionsstudentsgluedpre-cutmosaicsquaresontoasquareofstiffcardboardcreatingasimpledesignwiththefocusonusingcomplementarycolours.Inthenextbriefstudentswereaskedtosketchamosaicdesignintheirvisualartdiary.ThiswasthendrawnonBlackCoverPaperusingmetallicpaper.Studentsquicklydiscoveredthatthesimpledesignswerethemosteffective.Thethirdtaskwastocreateanindividualmosaicwithceramictiles.Studentsbeganwithadesigndrawnintheirvisualdiaryandthenoutlinedthisdesignonthebackofa20cmsqceramictilewithapermanentmarker.Usingatilecuttertheycutpiecesofceramictilesintothesizeandshapesrequiredfortheirdesign.Theseshapeswerearrangedandgluedontotheceramictilewithtileadhesive.Oncetheadhesivewasdryblackgroutwasappliedtocompletethemosaic.Whilethegrades5and6wereinthemidstoftheirindividualtileprojectawholeschoolmosaicmuralwasunderway.AllstudentswereinvitedtosubmitadrawingbasedontheagreedthemeofWhatweliketodo.Thefinaldesignwasacompilationof30orsodrawingswhichweresketchedontofour1metrex1.2metreHardiboardpanels.Thedrawingsweretransferredontothepanelsusinganoverheadprojectorandapermanentmarker.NotethedesignisdrawnontothegreysideoftheHardiboardasthebluesideisthewaterproofsidesandsitsagainstthewall.Volunteerparentswereplacedonarosterwhichconsistedoffourdaysoftilingandtwodaysofgrouting.Itwasanticipatedthatoneparentwouldsupervisestudentsworkingononeofthefourpanels.Duringthemosaicweekregularartclasseswerestoppedandstudentscameingroupsof12-14toworkonthepanelsinhalfhoursessions.Soatanyonetimetherewasanadultand3-4studentsworkingoneachpanel.Thefirststepwastooutlineallthedrawingswithcutblacktiles.Thiswasanarduoustaskandundertakenbythegrades4-6.Thenextstepwastofill-inthedrawingswithcolouredtiles.Oncestudentsselectedcoloursthesetileswerebrokenwithahammer.Theyoungerstudentsarrangedandgluedlargepiecesoftilesinplacewhiletheolderstudentscutthetilesandcompletedthemoreintricatework.Finallythegroutingmixwasspreadoverthepanelswitharubbertrowelandsqueegeesandtheexcessgroutwasscrappedoffwithpopsticks.Eachpanelusedapproximately10kgofgrout.Softclothswerethenusedtopolishthetiles.SixpiecesofcorkweregluedtothetopandbottomofeachSculptorPamelaIrvingwasengagedtocompleteacollaborativeprojectentitledGuardiansoftheChessSet.TheprojectentailedtheconstructionofeightindividualpolesthatfocusedonthecharacterofeachpieceofthechesssetandthatinvolvedallboyswithintheJuniorSchool.IenvisagedthatworkingwithPamelaonalargeprojectwouldencouragemaximumschoolcommunityparticipationandtheexperiencewouldbroadenandfurtherenhancetheVisualArtsprogrammeofferedtostudentsofCamberwellGrammarJuniorSchool.ApartfromacquiringnewskillsmyaimwasthatthroughworkingwithafulltimepractisingartistthestudentswouldDevelopaninsightintothecreativedesignprocessrequiredtocompleteacollaborativepiece.DevelopanunderstandingofhowtovisualiseaMOSAICSSTEPBYSTEPSurreyHillsPrimarySchool.ARTISTINRESIDENCEPROGRAMMECamberwellBoysGrammar.conceptasafinishedproduct.Acceptthattheircontributionwillcontributetotheoverallprojectandthatitwillnotbetakenhome.Developanunderstandingthatartistsareofbothgendersandthattheartsisnotagenderexclusiveworld.Developanunderstandingofthedemandsplacedonartists.Forexamplebygalleriescommissionsandthroughpromotionofonesworkandworkingtoatimetableofcompletion.Understandthatbeinganartistisanacceptableprofitablewayoflearningandliving.AllstudentsfromPrep-Year5wereexposedtoavarietyofmediaandartistswhouserecycledandreclaimedmaterialstomakevisualartspiecesandwholeenvironments.Thisapproachtoartmakingreinforcedtheneedofallstudentstocarefortheirenvironmentandtoseethatanythingcanbeusedtomakeart.Italsoreinforcedthenotionthatnothingshouldbedisposableworthlessandunloved.Throughcollectingmaterialsforthisprojectstudentsdevelopedastrongsenseofownershipandprideinthecompletedwork.FromIdeatoRealityPriortothecommencementoftheprojectImetwithPamelatodiscussthepossibilityofproducingaseriesofsculpturesthatcouldsurroundourschoolsnewlyacquiredoutdoorchessset.AftermuchdiscussionwearrivedattheideatoconstructeightsculpturestitledGuardiansoftheChessSet.Thesesculptureswouldguideandencourageallwhoplayedthegame.Eachwouldbeamosaicandfurtherembellishedwithrecycledmaterials.Every...afantasticTwodifferentapplicationsofmosaicsinaschoolenvironment.10ZartExtra_Term12004 spotlightonmosaicscontOncefilledthepiecesweregrouted...thencleaned.Thetileswerecutbroken...thenarranged...Designwasdrawnup....thenoutlined...ZartExtra_Term3200311panelthroughwhichtheboltstoattachthepaneltothebrickworkcanbedrilled.BlackSiliconewasusedtowaterprooftheedgesandGroutsealerfinishedoffeachpanel.ThankstoanumberofwillinghelperssupportivecolleaguesandveryenthusiasticstudentsatSurreyHillsPrimarySchoolwenowhaveabeautifuloutdoormosaicwalltobeadmiredandenjoyedbyallformanyyearstocomeMarianHilandFinallyitwasInstalled...wenowhaveabeautifuloutdoormosaicwalltobeadmiredenjoyedbyallformanyyearstocomeclasswasidentifiedwithaspecificchesspieceandtasksapartfromthemosaicsthatwouldreflecttheidentityandcharacteroftheirpiece.ThesetaskswouldbeworkedoninclassonthedaysthatPamelawasnotpresent.DuetoourcommitmenttomakingtheVisualArtsnon-competitivePamelawentawaytodesigntheheadshapesforeachpieceinsteadofholdingadesigncompetitionortakingelementsfromstudentdesigns.WhenPamelaarrivedinTerm3materialshadbeencollectedheadshapescutfromcementsheetingandthetwometrepostscementedintotheground.Withdedicatedcommitmentfocusandterrificenergysheledtheboysstaffandwholeschoolonamosaicjourney.Sheshowedboyswholemosaicandrecycledenvironmentswhichcaptivatedtheirimagination.OneenvironmentthatthrilledtheboyswasahousecreatedbyaFrenchartist.Herwholehousewascoveredinmosaics.Herfrontdoorwasshapedasamouthherstairsatongue.Insidemosaicmirrorsadornedthewalls.FantasticallyinspiringstuffAllboyscollaboratedinmakingalltheelementsrequiredtofinishtheproject.Boysbroketilesforthemosaicsmadeandhandpaintedover1000beadsfortheKnightsmaneQueenshairandtheKingsgown.TheymodelledhorsescastlesflowersfortheQueensdressandallfacialfeatures.SomeartiststhreadedglassbeadsandencasedtheninmeshtocreatechainmailwhilePrepsunder-glazedtileswithacheckerboarddesign.Theycollectedtowelsbottletopscrockeryjewelleryandwornoutgardentools.ItwaspleasingthattheboysinvolvedtheirfamiliesintheprocesswithoneparentstoppingtocollectbroomsfortheKingsarmsfromcurbsidehardrubbish.Itwastrulyafantasticexperienceforourartistsandmyselfandtheresultingpiecesarebrilliant.Weconcludedthe10-dayprojectwithahousechesstournamentandanofficialopeningwithrefreshments.Theartistsweresokeentosharetheirworkwiththeirparents.experience...theresultingpiecesarebrilliant.DavidWilliamson NewResources12ZartExtra_Term12004newresourcesblueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTNaturesArtBoxLauraCMartinThisbookshowsyouexcitingwaystousedrytwistedvinesshellsbarkseedpodsandnutshells.Thereare65allnaturalartprojectstochoosefromeachaccompaniedbyillustratedeasy-to-followdirections.Anidealresourceforteachersandstudentsonschoolcampsforthosestudyingnatureandafterschoolcareactivities.215pp......27.2329.95KarlGroningBodypaintingscarificationpiercingandtattoos-sinceearliesttimeshumanshavedecoratedtheirskininendlesswaysandforfascinatingreasons.Withawealthofunusualandexcitingillustrationsthisbookpresentssomeofthefinestexamplesofbodyartpastandpresenttakenfromallovertheworld.Enlighteningcommentariesbyadistinguishedteamofarthistoriansethnologistsandarchaeologistssettheimagesincontextdocumentingthedevelopmentofanextraordinarilybroadspectrumofbodyartandprovidinganastonishingpanoramaofbodydecorationsthroughtheages.255pp...63.6470.00HandmadePaperCollageDawnAckermanCreatecollagesofincrediblebeautythatevokedifferentmoodsandresponses.Findouthowtoembellishwhitesheetsofpaper-thecoloursandeffectsyoullbeabletoachievewillgiveyouadditionalcreativerange.128pp.......22.6824.95AffirmationsofIdentityKitThiskitisdesignedforYears7-10VisualArtsorAboriginalStudiesandismadeupoffourbooks.Book1.NationalArtists.Thisbookfocusesonartcreatedfromthe1960stothepresentbyAboriginalandTorresStraitIslanderartists.Includesbriefbiographicalandbackgroundinformationandrepresentativeimagesinfullcolour.Book2.NewSouthWalesArtists.Thisbookletcontainscolourreproductionsofartproducedby21artistswithcritiques.Book3.ProtectingAustralianIndigenousArt.BackgroundinformationonAustralianIndigenousartandEuropeanattitudestowardsit.Alsoincludesusefulguidestocopyright.Book4.TeacherHandbook.Adviceonhowtomakethebestuseofthekitincludingeightunitsofwork.4volumes...45.4550.00StencilGraffitiTristanMancoThisbookshowcasestheworkoftheoriginatorstheinnovatorsandthenewgenerationofgraffitiartists.Stencilgraffitiisbeginningtofilteroffthestreetasartistsareinspiredtoworkoncanvasclothingandmetalinfluencingstylemagazinesandthenewmedia.112pp......31.8235.00StreetGraphicsIndiaBarryDawsonMuchoftodaysmostexuberantmostcreativeandmosttellingimageryisallaroundusinthestreet.NowhereisthevisualcornucopiamorestrikingthaninIndiawhosestreetsareacontinuousgalleryofimagesvibrantlyportrayingthecountrysrichculturaldiversity.Streetfurniturearchitecturetransportbillboardsposterspackaginganimalsandpeopleareallusedasthemediaofcalculateddesignandspontaneousexpression.BarryDawsonsphotographsarenotonlyacolourfuljourneythroughIndiascitiestownsandvillagesandagraphiccelebrationofitscreativestreetculturebutalsoaninspirationalsourcebookofvibrantideasforstudentsofartanddesign.112pp.......40.9145.00PopArtAContinuingHistoryMarcoLivingstoneThisbookoffersaclearperspectiveonthemovementunravellingthesequenceofeventsassociatedwiththeevolutionofPopinBritainEuropeandtheUnitedStatesofAmerica.DrawninpartfromextensiveinterviewswithcontemporaryArtistsillustratingtheworkofmorethan130artists.270pp.......45.4550.00ExtremeOrigamiKunihikoKasaharaMovebeyondtheboundariesoftraditionalorigamiandenternewdimensionsofcreativity.TheseinnovationstoaclassiccraftaresoextensivetheycouldbecalledrevolutionaryTherearenewmaterialsformsandfoldinganddesigntechniques.72pp........13.5914.95BookSpotlightDecoratedSkinAWorldSurvey 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NewProductsideaspage9cover2ZartExtra_Term22004contentsCCurrentlyineducationthereisaworldwideexplosionofinterestinthinking.Itseemstocomeatatimewhenwearetryingtotakestockoftherapidtechnologicaladvancementsthathavechangedthetypesofjobsweperformandhowweperformthem.Theideathatstudentscanimprovetheircompetencebylearninghowtothinkmoreeffectivelyispavingthewayforeducationalchange.Itseemsoursocietyhasrealizedthatmachinesaredoingmuchofthefunctionandroutinethinkingpreviouslydonebyhumans.Inanattempttopreservehumandignityandutilizeouruniquehumancharacteristicswearefocusingonanareawhichmachinessofarhaventmasteredthatofhigh-orderthinkingbeitforexampleanalyticaldivergentorcreativethinking.Theoldviewthatthinkingdependsonapersonsinbornabilityhasbeendismissedbymanywell-respectedresearcherswhoarguethatthinkingisalearnedprocessandshouldnotbelefttochance.Usingthebuildingblocksofexperiencesomepeoplearequickerthanothersinacquiringskillsandstrategiesinthinking-studyskillsareoneexampleofthis-butformostofusitisappropriateteachingskillsthatwillhelpraiseourawarenessandteachusnewstrategiestoimproveourlevelofcompetence.DrArtCostaanAmericanattheforefrontofresearchincreativethinkingclaimsIttakesskillandpracticetothinkcreativelyandthoughtfullyandYoudontteachstudentstothinkinjustonelessonoroneyear.AcallforTheThinkingCurriculumchallengesustorevisecurrentpedagogyandlookatteacherqualityandthetypeofclassroomclimateconducivetothinking.Mostschoolsareoptingtochangetheirapproachtoteachingbymakingthestepsofthinkingmoreexplicitratherthantreatingitlikeanadd-onsubject.InthisquesttoeducatebetterthinkerstherearesomefundamentalquestionsthatarebeingaddressedsuchasHowisthinkingactuallytaughtHowmuchtimeshouldbespentontheprocessofthinkingasopposedtocontentAretheremethodstechniquesandstrategiesthatcanbetransferredfromonedisciplinetoanotherandfromtheclassroomtotherealworldWithoutdoubtclassroomswithhighqualityteachersandaclimatewherestudentsarenotafraidtotakerisksaretheonesthatwillempowerstudentstodevelopbroaderthinkingcapabilities.Asforcreativethinkingmethodologyisitawell-keptsecretthattheartroomhaslongbeenaplacewherecreativethinkinghasflourishedAlthoughthepracticeofteachinguncreativethinkingdoesexistinsomeartroomsforthemostpartartteachershaveagenuineinterestinengagingstudentsincreativethinking.InoneartlessonateachermightaskSecondaryArticleReligiousInspirationThomasCarrCollegeHoppersCrossingpage4page6ZartsStudentGalleryWhatsonandfeaturinginourGalleryforTerm22004.page7ProfileKnittinginschoolHoursKalindaPrimarySchoolknitsforagoodcause.page8PrimaryArticleDragonsMontrosePrimarySchoolMontrosepage3ZartArtSchoolWholesaleSupplierZartArtoffersanextensiverangeofresourcesartmaterialscraftandtechnologysupplies.Youwillfindcompetitivepricesandefficientandquickservice.541LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auzartartzartart.com.auHoursMon-Fri8.30am-5.00pmSat8.30am-12.00noonZartsStudentGalleryThegalleryfeaturesartworksmadebystudentsofPreptoYear12fromallaroundVictoria.Schoolscanarrangeforstudentstovisitthegalleryanalysetheworksoftheircontemporariesandthenmakearelevantpieceoftheirownartworkinourworkshopswithanartconsultant.ThegalleryisalsoopentothepublicforviewingduringopeninghourspleaseseeZarthoursfreeofcharge.ForTermGallerylistingsrefertoourZartExtraandourwebsite.ZartEducationServiceZartEducationServiceprovideshandsonprofessionaldevelopmentworkshopsforprimaryandsecondaryteachersaswellasLOTEteachersPre-schoolsandlibrarians.VisualArtsworkshopsareregularlyheldatZartandinmetropolitanandcountrylocationsanduponrequestatyourschooldistrictorKLAsgroup.PleaserefertotheWorkshopInsertasupplementtoeveryZartExtraorrefertoourwebsitefordatesandtimes.ZartworksRetailShopZartworkshaveallyourartandcraftneedscateringforbothbeginnerandprofessionalartists.Youcanselectfromawiderangeofvisualartscraftandgraphicsupplies.Browseatyourleisureorseekassistancefromourexperiencedstaff.341LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398905110Fax0398986527Internetzartartzartart.com.auemailzartworkszartart.com.auHoursMon-Fri9.00am-5.00pmSat9.00am-12.00noonZARTEXTRAAVisualArtspublicationproducedeachtermforPre-schoolPrimarySecondaryTeachersbyZartArtandZartEducationService.ZartArtTermTwoThiswillbeaneventfultermaswegetsetforthe2004AthensOlympicGamesaswellasventuringthroughcreativedoorwaysinBookWeek2004TohelpcelebrateZesZarthavereleasedtwogreatnewbooksseepage9haveorganisedmanyfreshcreativeworkshopsthatwillspilloverintoterm3.Pleaserefertoyourterm2workshopinsertorourwebsiteforup-to-dateworkshopdetailswww.zartart.com.auWorkshopsmain.htmToppingoffthetermisourannualZartArtExpoClearanceSaleonjuly9th2004.ArriveearlypickupabargainortakepartinoneofourFREEproductdemonstrationsseepage9formoreinfoTheVisualThinkingCurriculumThegoodteacherinstructstheexcellentteacherinvitesthesuperiorteacherinvolvesthegreatteacherinspires.RobinFogartyChicago1999studentstosettheirownquestionstostimulatecriticalandanalyticalthinkinginresponsetospecificartworks.Thenthehands-onpathtoenrichmentandcreativitymightchallengestudentstothinkdivergentlyaboutaspecifictoolormediumtodiscoveritsproperties.Oncethesediscoverieshavebeenmadestudentsmightindulgeinrisksanddevelopindependentthinkingtocreatetheirownartworks.Thisrangeofthinkingskillscouldwellbeadoptedbyotherdisciplinesespeciallythosethataremorecontentdriven.Allthishighlevelthinkingwillpreparestudentstooperatemoreeffectivelyinourchangingsociety.Afteralllifeisalifelongadventureinlearningandlearningrequiresthinking.ZartEducationServiceEngagingtheBrain-articlebyDrArtCostaTeachersMaketheDifferencebyRobinFogartyHawkerBrownlowEducation2001.MoreWaysThanOne-FosteringCreativitybyArthurJ.CropleyablexCorp.1992.TheThinkingCurriculumbyJohnNisbetfromResearchinEducationno.47Autumn1990.page10ClaymationDiscoverthecomplexityofclayanimationwithJohnCordon.ActivityCalicobagsDecorateyourownCalicoBagsNewResourcespage12 TheideaofthisunitwastocombinethedevelopmentofdrawinganddesignskillswithanappreciationofartinotherculturesparticularlyinAsiaandJapan.Icollectedanarrayofpaintedartefactssuchassilkfansumbrellasscarvesandwallhangingsasamotivatorfordiscussion.Wealsodiscusseddesignproportionspatternlineandcolour.TaskOneThestudentswereexcitedbytheideaofdrawingontoaPaperScreen.ThethemeofDragonswaschosenbecauseofthestrongassociationwithAsiaandbecauseitisadramaticsubjectthatcapturedtheimaginationofthestudents.Theirfirsttaskwastosketchtheirdesignontopaperofthesamespaceasthescreen.IusedKateHartsDrawingDragonsDragons-ZartArtPub.1993tostimulateideasforpossibleimagesthatthestudentscouldcreate.Wediscussedthelayoutofthepieceandpositionandattitudeofthedragononthescreeneg.WillyourcreaturebeflyingupthescreenordownthescreenandimportantlywillyourdesignfillthespaceTaskTwoDuringthislessonIdemonstratedsketchingadragonandwetalkedaboutshapelineandpattern.Studentscompletedtheirsketchesandoutlinedtheminblackfeltpen.TheywerethenabletotracetheirdrawingsontothePaperScreens.TaskThreeWeusedOcaldoBlockstopaintthedragons.Duringthissessionwediscussedcontrastingcoloursbackgroundsandpatterns.AlargeselectionofwonderfulcolouredandprintedpaperswerealsoprovidedtoenhancetheirworkandletsnotforgetaliberalsplatterofGlitterSequinsandGoldandSilverPens.ConclusionThestudentsworkwillbedisplayedinallitsgloryatourAutumnFairArtShowsothatproudparentsandtheschoolcommunitycanenjoythewonderfulworkourYear6artistshaveproduced.ZartExtra_Term220043ADALLIANCEWITHDRAGONSMaryCooperMontrosePrimarySchoolprimaryarticle 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MostpeoplewoulddefineachurchoratempleasahouseofGodwhereworshipperscometopray.FormemychurchandmyreligionweremyinspirationformyYear12artfolio.Churchinteriorsaregreatlydefinedbytheiruniquecarveddecorativefeaturesandtheirstatueswhichhavedominantstanceanddefinitivedesigns.IsatinchurchonedayandwascaptivatedbywhatwasaroundmeandIwonderedhowsuchbeautifulpieceswerecreated.AsIsatthereitoccurredtomethatIwasreallysittinginareligiousartmuseum.Thethemeformyartfoliowasthatwhichiscategorisedaseitherreligiousartorgothicart.InordertoincorporatemyreligionintomyartworkconceptIbegantoresearchwhatCatholicismwasaboutandwhyitdrewsomanyworshipperstobelieveinthisfaith.ManybiblicalscripturesfontsreferencesimagesandmiraclesightingswereresearchedasIwantedtothoroughlyreviewthebasisofmyartworksconceptofdesigns.WhileItestedmanymediaandcreatedeachpieceofartworkIkeptthewordssimplicityantiquereligiousandancientinmind.Thethreelargepanelswereconstructedoutofarangeofmediawhichwerecombinedtocreatethecollagedlook.Papersrangingfromallstylesoftextureyetlimitedtoathemeofcolourssuchasblackwhitecreamgoldandbronzewerethencutintosquaresandrectanglesandusedforthecollage.Certainsectionsofthepanelscontainedbiblicalstoriesthatwereprintedontracingpaperwhileotherpanelswerecreatedfromscratchbyapplyingspraypaintacrylicpaintandposterpainttomanydifferentstylisedpapers.Anotherformofmixedmediathatwasusedwasblacksilkmaterialthatwascutandplacedonthecollagetocreateauniqueandindividuallooktoaparticularsection.LayersuponlayersofmaterialswereplacedontopofeachotherwhileIworkedontheforegroundscalebalanceshapecolourandtextureofeachpanel.TheartworkscombinevisualcommunicationdesigntechniquesthatIlearntthroughmyartandmyknowledgeofmaterialswhichIhadgainedthroughmystudyoftextilesthesewerethemainsubjectsIstudiedinmyVCEyears.HoweveritwasntuntilMrsDaniellaFranze-myveryenthusiasticanddedicatedartteacherwhosepassionforartisansecondaryarticleZartExtra_Term220045ReligiousInspirationThomasCarrCollegecont.LEFTThedevelopmentalprocess.SnapshotsfromAlloyeshasVisualprocessdiaries. 6ZartExtra_Term22004secondaryarticlecontinspirationtomany-suggestedthatIapplyShellacglazethatthesepiecesturnedintosacred-lookingtreasuresofthebiblicalandancientworld.ManysmallerworkswerealsocreatedasItriedtorevolutioniseCatholicartofthepasttoformmoderncontemporarypieces.Theuseofscriptureandtypographydesignswerealsoincorporatedthroughoutmyfoliosandartworks.Overalltheartpieceswerecreatedfromareligiouspointofviewwiththeaimofchallengingindividualsviewingtheartworktolookattheirownfaithresponse.AsaCatholicIseemyreligionrepresentedandcompressedintoacollagedmixedmediaconstruction.Thewholeoutlookisportrayedasastainedglasswindowyetonceanalyseditcanclearlybeseenassectionsofbiblicalimages.ThelightthatshinesthroughthepillarsisthereflectivesunlightwithinthechurchandtheShellacglazerepresentstheantiquewoodsandvariousotherstructuresthatchurchesarefamousfor.Isearchedhighandlowonlytofindtheinspirationformymasterpieceinmyreligion.AlloyeshaNewmanThomasCarrCollegeHoppersCrossingClaymationbyJohnCordonIntheshadowofAdamElliotsOscarwinningHarveyKrumpetheresanarticleonclaymationtofurtherinspireyou.ContactJohnCordononjohncdd.com.aufordatesofforthcomingclayanimationcourses.MostpeoplewatchingaclayanimationfilmsuchasBigDayOutfeaturingWallaceGrommitorChickenRunhavenoideaoftheamountofworkinvolvedineachsecondoffilm.WhenGrommitlooksupfromhisnewspaperatthebreakfasttablehisexpressionofbewildermentathismastersremarksiscarefullycraftedframebyframebymasteranimatorswhocompleteaboutfivesecondsofusablefilminaday...notaprofessionfortheimpatient.ThebrainbehindWallaceandGrommitisthemodestUKbasedNickParkwhoseemsblessedwithinfinitepatienceandaneyefordetail.Thesedaysanyonewithasimpledigitalcameraandanappropriatelyequippedcomputercanmakerespectableclayanimationfilmsathome.HereareafewtipstohelpyougetstartedAclayanimationarmatureismadefromBalsaWoodandAluminiumWire.SeediagramleftAllstop-motionpuppetsaresimilarinconstructiontheyalwaysconsistofasupportskeletoncalledanarmaturecoveredwithacostumemadeofsomemateriallikePlasticineorarubberysubstancecalledFoamLatex.Whendesigningastop-motionpuppetitisimportanttoconsidertheactionsthatpuppetwillperform.Mostoftenyouwillalreadyknowwhatisrequired.Howeveritisstillimportanttoconsultthestory-boardonceortwicetomakesurethepuppetiscapableoftheactionsrequiredbythescript.Eg.Acharacterwhichissittingwillobviouslynotrequiremuchsupportinthelegs.Alternativelyacharacterthatmovesitsarmsaroundconstantlywillrequireasturdierarmaturethatwontbreakfromrepeatedmovement.Anotherpointworthconsideringisthatyoumayneedtomakeasmallerversionofthemodelforwide-angleordistanceshots.ThecommontoolsusedarePliersUtilityknivesSupertacEpoxyResinsculpturetoolsSolderingironsHot-glueGunspaintsandbrushes.ModelartmaybeusedinsteadofPlasticineforanypartsofthepuppetwhichwillnotmovetherebyeliminatingannoyingtouch-upjobsonthesepartsfromhandlingthepuppet.Wallacehashistorsomadeofthistypeofoven-curingmedium.Youcantellbecauseitisglossier.WhenanimatinguseasoftsurfacelikePolystyreneasyourfloorsothatyoucansecurethefiguresfeetusingPins.Forlip-syncthereisananimationmethodcalledthereplacementtechniquewherefortalkinganddifferentexpressionsmultipleheadsareusedinavarietyofdifferentposes.Usebeadsforeyes.Youcanpaintthepupilsonandyoucanmovetheeyeswithapin.AlwayswashorcleanyourhandswhenchangingfromonecolourPlasticinetoanother.Thiswillpreventsmudgesofadifferentcolourwhichcanbefrustratingtoremove. term2004ZartExtra_Term220047LEAFOnasheetofCamelotBoardtracearoundpreparedleafstencilsandcutthemout.Workonthedullside.GoovertheoutlineoftheleafwithaBlackZartDrawingBlock.Drawintheleafveins.SpongepaintdabbingwithOcaldoBlockwaterbasedpaints.Useeithercoolorwarmcoloursnotboth.CATERPILLARStuffastockinglegwithNylonFilling.Tieaknotattheendandtiesectionsalongthebody.PaintthestockingbodieswithChromacrylPaintmixedwithPVAchildrenchooseacolouroppositetheirleafcolouri.e.chooseawarmcolouriftheleafwaspaintedincoolcolours.Twocoatsmaybeneeded.Setasidetodryonaplasticsurface.ShapethecaterpillarbeforeitdriesasthePVAwillstiffenandkeepitsshape.WhendrypaintoverthecaterpillarbodywithLiquidGlitter.AddeyesChenilleStemsandPomPoms.Decoratewithfeltscraps.GluethecaterpillartotheleafusingaHotMeltGlueGun.situatedatzarteducationserviceisZartsStudentGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels1-7.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailonjanzartart.com.auAshburtonPrimarySchool3DCeramicThongsBallamParkPrimarySchoolMonaLisaBallaratGrammarPrintsBoxHillHighSchoolBookIllustrationsCanterburyPrimarySchoolDrawingsCroydonNorthPrimarySchoolSnailsGlenferriePrimarySchoolSunPicturesHawthornWestPrimarySchoolSpaceConstructionsLowtherHallSeniorSchoolPaintingsMercyCollegeCoburgPaintingsMontrosePrimarySchoolDragonsMossgielParkPrimarySchoolCaneandTissueCreaturesNiddriePrimarySchoolSunglassesRedHillConsolidatedSchoolCeramicPotsStLeonardsCollegeLithoSketchesThomasCarrCollegeMixedMediaWandinYallockPrimarySchoolNedKellyPaintingsWattleViewPrimarySchoolMasksWesleyCollegePrahranFeetPaintingsCaterpillarsCroydonNorthPrimarySchoolAngelaSpirosZartsStudentgalleryRedHillConsolidatedSchoolSTLEONARDSCOLLEGEhawthornwestprimaryschool 8ZartExtra_Term22004profileOverthepastfewyearsstudentsatKalindaPrimarySchoolhaveincorporatedthecraftofknittingandcrochetintootherareasoftheirstudies.UnderthethemeofHowCanIHelpYouthestudentslookedatdifferentwayscommunitieshelpsupportindividualsandgroupswhoareinneedandhowtheycouldbecomeinvolved.Partofthisunitofstudyinvolvedvisitstoalocalelderlypeopleshomewheretheymettheresidentsoverafewweeksandperhapsreadtothemorjustchatted.Whenthesevisitswerefinishedthestudentsdecidedthattheywouldliketogivesomethingsothattheirvisitscouldberememberedespeciallybythoseresidentsthatdontgetmanyvisitors.Thechildrenlearnthowtocrochetsquareswhichtheythencollatedandsewedtogethertomakekneerugs.Manyparentsvolunteeredtohelpwithteachingsmallgroupswhothenpassedontheirnewlylearntskillstoothermembersoftheirclass.Afewstudentsthenwentalongandpresentedthekneerugsthatweremuchappreciated.ThisactivitywillberepeatedinTermThreefor2004.During2003thestudentsstudytopicwasWHOSEIDEAISITThisunitwasastudyabouthoweverydayitemsaredesignedworkingthroughthefollowingsteps1.thoughtoftosatisfyaneedordesire2.designedtodothisforaparticularconsumer3.designedwithcostefficientdurablematerials4.producedusingvarioustoolsandmachines5.packagedfortransportandsalespurposes6.meetingtheneedordesirefirstdiscussedorreviewedtoachievethis.Thestudentswereaskedtothinkabouthowanitemismadefollowingtheabovesteps.Theythenpresentedtheirdisplaysindifferentwayseg.interviewswithpeoplephotosdiagramsbooksposterssamplesetc.Tosupportthedesign-to-completionprocessinclassallstudentswatchedthespinningofalpacawool.Theyknittedscarvesmadeheatpacksusingsewingmachinesandwovebookmarks.Thecraftsideofthistopicwasdoneoverseveralweeksagainwithmanyparenthelpers.Inspirationandencouragementwasgiventhroughstorybookseg.MrNicksKnitting-aboutagrandpawhoknitswhiletravellingonthetrain.TeachingMrMcLeanoneofthegradeteacherstoknittheninspiredtheknittingoffootyscarves.Thestudentsenjoyedthechallengeoflearningtheskillofknittinganditbecameapopularactivityevenaftertheallocatedtime-slotwithmanychildrencontinuingtoknitastheydiscoveredmanynewandexcitingknittingyarns.Somefinishedprojectsbecamegiftsforfriends.Thesecrafttopicshavebeenofgreatbenefittoourstudentsnotonlyfortheenjoymenttheyexperiencedandthenewskillstheyacquiredbutalsobecausetheseactivitieshelpedwithhandco-ordinationandconcentration.KnittingMaureenHurleyParentKalindaPrimarySchoolinschoolHours ZartExtra_Term220049italicpricesdonotincludegstBoldpricesincludeGSTNowavailableinpacketsof18thesethickoilpastelsarehighlypigmentedgivingstrongcleancolouridealforblendingandmixing.Theirsoftpaintqualitycharacteristicalsoallowsforanimpastostyle.FinishedworkcanbefixedwithSupermixFixative.Assorted18s..14.1015.51supermix18sbyZartEducationServiceTheOxfordDictionaryquotesdoorwaythus-Hingedorslidingbarrierusuallywoodormetalforclosingentrancetobuildingroomsafeetc.Doorwaysleadusintospaces-sometimesplaceswehaveneverbeenbefore.Booksdothisforustoo.Thisbookexploresmanyactivitiesaroundthisexcitingthemeaswellasactivitiesfortheshort-listedEarlyChildhoodandPictureBooksof2004.SeetheinsertforthelistedBookWeekworkshopsconductedbyZartEducationService.BooksavailablefromMay24th2004Each........25.0027.50newproducts27cmx21cmsheetsoflayeredtissuepapergluedtogethertoformconcertinacells.Cutanyshapeoutofthisamazingpaperandyouinstantlycreateahoneycombeffect.Glueendstogethertoformworksofarttocollagehangorincorporateintootherprojects.Whitepktof10..........23.2225.54AssortedColourspktof10..........23.2225.54NYLONWINGSPreformedwingsmadefromstockingandwire.45mmx65mmPktof12........1.912.10calicobagsThese35cmx45cmsturdyCalicoBagswithtwolonghandlesarereadytopaintanddecoratewithDualFabricPaintPolymarkPaintPenssequinsandbeads.Each.......1.651.82olympicsAncientGreecetheOlympians.PeopleinAction.BookWeek2004DoorwaysHONEYCOMBPAPERThisfullcolourpublicationstartswiththehistoryoftheAncientOlympicGames-whenandwheretheywereheldwhytheystartedwhatvenueswerebuiltandwhytheyended.ItfocusesontheparticipantstheirrewardstheOlympicoathandtheoriginsofdifferentsports.ThepublicationalsoencompassesthehistoryofthemodernOlympicGameswhyandhowtheystartedthepeoplewhoparticipateaswellasalookattheOlympicsymbolandflag.AsectiononAncientGreekculturelooksatpotterysculpturearchitectureandmosaics.Thisbookincludestwentydifferentactivitieswithstep-by-stepinstructionssuitableforlevels1-5illustratingtheOlympicgameswithavarietyofmedia.LearnhowtodrawpeopleinactioncreatefigureswithwireconstructstadiumsandmodelancientGreekruins.TheAthens2004supplementisfreewithbookspurchasedduring2004whilststocklasts.SeetheinsertforthelistedBookWeekworkshopsconductedbyZartEducationService.44pp....32.9536.25 10ZartExtra_Term22004CALICOBAGSMaterialsCalicoBagPrintingFoamBallpointPenDualFabricPaintPolymarkPaintPensDiscussdifferentwaysofreplicatinganimagetocreateanartpiece.LookatanddiscussAndyWarholsMonaLisa1963andMarilynDiptych1962screen-printedimages.Studentsmightchooseapoporfilmstarastheirsubjectoranobjecttheywouldlikeseenreplicated.1.DrawthesubjectofyourchoiceonanA6sheetofDrawingpaperkeepingthedesignassimpleaspossible.2.PlacethedrawingoverapieceofPrintingFoamholditinplacewhilstyoutraceoverthedrawingwithaBallpointPen.3.TakeawaythepaperanduseaBallpointPentogooverthelinesdirectlyonthePrintingFoam.4.PlaceafewsheetsofnewspaperinsideaCalicoBag.5.RolltheDualFabricPaintontothePrintingFoamwithaFoamRoller.6.PlacethewetPrintingFoamdownontotheCalicoBagandpressthebackofthePrintingFoamwithyourhand.PeelawaythePrintingFoamtoexposetheprint.7.Repeatthisstepwitheitheradifferentcolourorrepeattheimageinthesamecolourtocovertheentirefrontsurfaceofthebag.8.TouchupthebackgroundcolourswithabrushandDualFabricPaintorselectpartsofeachimagetohighlightwithadifferentcolour.9.WhendrytheCalicoBagmaybeironedtofixthepaint.10.LinesmightalsobehighlightedusingPolymarkPaintPens.Decorateyourowncalicobagswiththesecreativeactivities.PaintinPrintingactivities 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ArtExplorationsBelindaDuncan30artprojectsbasedonwellknownartworksorartists.ArtideasfromKurtSchwittersrubbishJanPienkowskissilhouettesHenryMoorespositiveandnegativesculpturesandtheartofillumination.80pp.......31.7734.95NewResources12ZartExtra_Term22004newresourcesblueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTFredWilliamsAnAustralianVisionTheAustralianpainterandetcherFredWilliams1927-82isakeyfigureinAustralianartofthesecondhalfofthe20thcentury.ThisbookpresentsalivelysurveyofWilliamsremarkableachievementsasapainter-etcherandthedevelopmentofhispowerfulandoriginalvisionoftheAustralianlandscape.128pp.......50.0055.00FoundationofArtDesignAlanPipesThisbookprovidesanintroductiontothefundamentalsofartanddesign.WithawiderangeofillustrationsAlanPipesdemonstrateshowanartistfillsablankcanvaswithpointslinesshapestexturesandcoloursinordertocreateasenseofspacetimeandmotion.Itrevealshowtodevelopunityandharmonybalancescaleandproportioncontrastandemphasisandrhythm.272pp.......54.5560.00LearningaboutLibrariesJannRutherfordRobinThackaberryAnadditiontotheuniqueseriesofbooksthatassistclassroomandlibraryteachersinteachingstudentslibraryskills.Aneasytofollowstep-by-stepframeworkoftheresearchprocessisprovidedalongwithteachingtipsforeachtopic.52pp........31.7734.95AustralianArtintheArtGalleryofNewSouthWalesAfocusontheAustralianartcollectionoftheArtGalleryofNewSouthWales.ThecollectioncontainsworksthathavebecomeindeliblelandmarksinthehistoryofAustralianart.Richlyillustratedwithover300fullcolourreproductions.Eachchaptercontainsagroupofmajorworksreproducedinlargeformataccompaniedbybiographicalnotesandquotationsplacingeachworkinitscontemporarycontext.304pp.......61.8268.00TheAsianCollections.ArtGalleryofNSW.TheAsianCollectionsattheArtGalleryofNewSouthWalesaredistinguishedbythebreadthofculturestheyembrace.IncludingexquisitecalligraphiestraditionalandmodernpaintingsrareporcelainsandrichtextilesandtheextraordinarylegacyofBuddhistartfromSouthSoutheastandEastAsia.Thisbookshowcasesnearly500worksfromthecollections.352pp.......36.3640.00LetsFaceIt.TheHistoryoftheArchibaldPrizePeterRossPeterRossguidesthereaderthroughthedisputationsandsometimesrockyhistoryofAustraliasmostfamousartprize.PeterRossspentfouryearswiththeGalleryofNewSouthWalesinterviewingartistsandmoderatingdiscussionsattheGallery.155pp.......45.4550.00ModellinginClayDorothyArthurThisisastep-by-stepguidetomodellingheadstorsosandotherfigures.Clayandterracottaarethemainmaterialsusedbutothermaterialssuchascimentfonduandresinsarediscussed.Thebookalsofeaturestechniquessuchasbuildinganarmaturemouldingcastingmountingandmockbronzing.Indeeditisacompletehow-to-do-itbookonmodellingforthebeginner.128pp......40.9145.00BookSpotlightFormoreNEWresourcespleaseturntopage9. 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ActivityZartPaperMagiclayMouldstretchcolourdecorate2ZartExtra_Term32004NewProductsideaspage13covercontentsOOneofthegreatestarteventseverseeninAustraliaopenedattheNationalGalleryofVictoriaonThursday17June.MelbourneWinterMasterpiecesTheImpressionistsMasterpiecesfromtheMusedOrsaydisplaysmorethan90iconicworksby35greatartistsincludingdouardManetClaudeMonetVincentvanGoghPaulCzanneEdgarDegasPierre-AugusteRenoirCamillePissarroPierreBonnardHenrideToulouse-LautrecandAlfredSisley.MajorworkshavebeendrawnfromtheprestigiousMusedOrsayinPariswithotheroutstandingworkssourcedfrombothprivateandpublicFrenchandAustraliancollections.NGVDirectorDrGerardVaughansaysThisisthefinestcollectionofFrenchImpressionistpaintingsevertocometoAustraliaandinfactoneofthefinestcollectionsevertoleaveFrance.ForthefirsttimeAustralianaudienceswillbeabletoviewsomeabsolutemasterpiecessuchasdouardManetsThebalconyPaulCzannesThecardplayersVincentvanGoghsStarrynightovertheRhneandAristideMaillolsWomanwithparasol.BecauseoftheirstatusandimportancetheseworkshaverarelyleftthewallsoftheMusedOrsaysaidDrVaughan.TheImpressionistscanonlybeseeninMelbourneandisnottouringtoanyotherStateorgallery.ThesemostimportantImpressionistworkswilltakevisitorsonajourneythroughacenturyofphenomenalchangeaperiodthathelpedtoshapeourmodernworld.TheImpressionismmovementbeganinthe1870swhenagroupofyoungavant-gardeartistsdevelopedarevolutionaryapproachtoart.OpposedtothemoreacademicconservativemouldofSalon-stylepaintingtheseartistsharnessedindividualityandfreedomofexpression.TheexhibitionscoordinatingcuratorDrTedGottsaysTheextraordinarythingaboutthisexhibitionisthatitgivesusforthefirsttimeinAustraliaacompletesurveyofwhatwashappeninginpaintinginFrancefromtheearly1870sto1900.TheImpressionistsMasterpiecesfromtheMusedOrsayispartoftheMelbourneWinterMasterpiecesserieswhichwillbringblockbusterexhibitionstoMelbourneeachwinteroverthenextthreeyears.MelbourneWinterMasterpiecesisaVictorianGovernmentinitiativeorganisedthroughtheVictorianMajorEventsCompanyandArtsVictoria.ExhibitionadmissionfeesapplyAdult20andConcession16.FormoreinformationonTheImpressionistsMasterpiecesfromtheMusedOrsaycontactNGVInternationalon0386202222orvisitthewebsiteatwww.ngv.vic.gov.auTheexhibitionhasbeenorganisedbytheNationalGalleryofVictoriaandArtExhibitionsAustraliaLimitedincollaborationwiththeMusedOrsayParis.IndemnifiedbytheAustralianGovernment.ZartStudentsGalleryWhatsonandfeaturinginourGalleryforTerm32004.page4ProfileBabyAsianDragonsKangarooFlatPrimarySchoolBendigopage11SecondaryArticleAnimalswithAttitudeAvilaCollegeMtWaverleypage3ZartArtSchoolWholesaleSupplierZartArtoffersanextensiverangeofresourcesartmaterialscraftandtechnologysupplies.Youwillfindcompetitivepricesandefficientandquickservice.541LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auzartartzartart.com.auHoursMon-Fri8.30am-5.00pmSat8.30am-12.00noonZartStudentsGalleryThegalleryfeaturesartworksmadebystudentsofPreptoYear12fromallaroundVictoria.Schoolscanarrangeforstudentstovisitthegalleryanalysetheworksoftheircontemporariesandthenmakearelevantpieceoftheirownartworkinourworkshopswithanartconsultant.ThegalleryisalsoopentothepublicforviewingduringopeninghourspleaseseeZarthoursfreeofcharge.ForTermGallerylistingsrefertoourZartExtraandourwebsite.ZartEducationServiceZartEducationServiceprovideshandsonprofessionaldevelopmentworkshopsforprimaryandsecondaryteachersaswellasLOTEteachersPre-schoolsandlibrarians.VisualArtsworkshopsareregularlyheldatZartandinmetropolitanandcountrylocationsanduponrequestatyourschooldistrictorKLAsgroup.PleaserefertotheWorkshopInsertasupplementtoeveryZartExtraorrefertoourwebsitefordatesandtimes.ZartworksRetailShopZartworkshaveallyourartandcraftneedscateringforbothbeginnerandprofessionalartists.Youcanselectfromawiderangeofvisualartscraftandgraphicsupplies.Browseatyourleisureorseekassistancefromourexperiencedstaff.341LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398905110Fax0398986527Internetzartartzartart.com.auemailzartworkszartart.com.auHoursMon-Fri9.00am-5.00pmSat9.00am-12.00noonzartarttermthreethankyoutothoseofyouwhoattendedourannualzartexpo.wehopeyoupickedupmanybargainsenjoyedbothourworkshopsdemosforthedayOurwebsitehasbeenupdated-itnowincludesthetermsnewszartextrasarchivezartstudentsgallerylistingarchiveourworkshops.ouraimistodevelopoursitetomakeitavaluableresourceinformationcentreforallourcustomers.workshopsthistermincludebookweekolympics.pleaserefertoyourterm3workshopinsertorourwebsiteforup-to-dateworkshopdetailswww.zartart.com.auWorkshopsmain.htmpage14NewResourcespage12TheImpressionistsarecoming...ZARTEXTRAAVisualArtspublicationproducedeachtermforPre-schoolPrimarySecondaryTeachersbyZartArtZartEducationService.Renoir-laDansepage7CareersinArt-ZartsStudentSupplimentFivecreativeswhohaveturnedartintoacareerPrimaryArticleCeremonialPolesFiguresThePeninsulaSchoolMtElizapage5 ZartExtra_Term320043Theaimofthistaskwastoexploreandrefinedrawinganddesigntechniquesusingfavouriteanimalsasatheme.Byusingdecorativerepeatingpatternsandexaggerationoffacialfeaturesthestudentsweretoshowsomethingofthecharacteroftheirfavouriteanimal.ArtsPractice5.15.2StartingpointsAsastartingpointforthistaskpicturesofanimalswerecollectedandwelookedatavarietyofimagescomparingthespecificfeaturesofphotographswithlinedrawings.Studentsalsolookedatcaricaturesfromnewspapers.Theydiscussedhowthecaricaturistwasabletoidentifyandexaggeratefacialfeaturesinordertoprovideuswithaninsightintotheactualcharacteroftheperson.ProductionOnA4paperandusingafinelineblackpenstudentswereaskedtoidentifyandoutlinethedefiningfeaturesofthechosenanimalmakingtheimagefillthepage.Wethenlookedatareasoftoneinthephotographidentifyinglighttoverydark.Inthedrawingtheverydarkareaswerethenfilledinwithathickblackmarker.Studentswerethenencouragedtofillallareasofthedesignwithrepeatingpatternswhichcorrespondedwiththedepthoftoneintheoriginalphotograph.Whencompletedathickmarkerwasusedtooutlinethemainfacialfeaturesoftheanimal.Eachstudentsdrawingwasthenphotocopiedontotheirchoiceofthreedifferentcolouredpiecesofcopypaper.Segmentsofthesepiecesofcolouredpaperwerecutandpastedintoposition.RespondingtotheArts5.35.4DuringtheproductionofthisartworkwelookedattwoartworksbyLinOnus-FruitBats1990andArafuraSwamp1990.InArafuraSwampOnuscombinesthephoto-realismofwhiteculturewhatisseenwithtraditionalAboriginalpatternswhatisknownwhilstwithFruitBatshepresentsacomicalviewofhissuburbanworld.Studentsidentifieddiscussedandmadewrittenresponsesabouthowdifferentculturesmakeandviewartworkforparticularculturalpurposes.Theyalsoconsideredthewayimagesandformscommunicatemeanings.Studentsenjoyedtheprojectandproducedawonderfulvarietyofcharacter-filledanimalfacesanddelightfuldecorativepatterns.Year8DrawingDesignTasksecondaryarticleAnimalswithAttitudeStudentswereencouragedtofillallareasofthedesignwithrepeatingpatterns...AndreaMatthewsSeniorArtTeacherAvilaCollegeMtWaverley 4ZartExtra_Term32004term2004Thisunitofworkwasbasedontheconceptofpositiveandnegativespaceandtheideaofreflections.Theworkbeganwithstudentsdiscussinganddesigningbuildings.StudentslookedatandcompletedanappreciationassignmentintotheworkofSpanisharchitectAntonioGaudi.HisArtNouveaudesignsexpandedtheirideasoftheshapesabuildingmightbebaseduponandthefeaturesitmighthave.Studentssilkscreenprintedabackgroundusingclassroompaintsincoloursoftheirownchoicebutwiththeblendingofharmoniouscoloursemphasizedasawayofachievingbrightresults.Blackpaperwasthenusedtocuttheshapesofarowofbuildings.Oneortwofeatureswerecutfromeachbuildingtoo.ThesedetailsneededtobecutverycarefullywithUtilityKnivesasallpartsoftheblackpaperwereessentialtothefinisheddesign.Theblackbackgroundornegativespacewasglueddownontothescreenprintandthebuildingsthemselvesreflectedandgluedintopositionbelowtheiroriginalposition.Featureddetailswerereflectedbackupandgluedintoplace.Inthiswayinterplaybetweenpositiveandnegativespacewasachievedwithbothimportanttothefinishedworkandthecolourscreatedtheideaofreflection.situatedatzarteducationserviceisZartsStudentGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels1-7.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegallery.Ph0398901867oremailjanzartart.com.auReflectionsAvilaCollegeReflectionsAvilaCollegeMarjolynWillisArtTeacherAvilaCollegeZartsStudentgalleryOvernewtonAnglicanCommunityCollegeAmadeoModiglianiThePeninsulaSchoolTurtlesInsectsWandjinaFiguresPenleighandEssendonGrammarMasksClayRuytonGirlsSchoolPeterBoothinspiredTonalWorkSpringviewPrimarySchoolWallHangingStCatherinesJuniorSchoolStillLifeStJosephsSchoolHawthornArtworksStMarysCollegeSeymourFabricCollageThomastownWestPrimarySchoolChineseOperaMasksTrafalgarPrimarySchoolIndigenousArtYarrabahSDSArtworksAlbertParkSecondaryCollegeVisualartAltonaPrimarySchoolEmbossedFoilInsectsAvilaCollegeAnimalswithAttitudeAspendaleGardensPrimarySchoolModelMagicFacesDingleyPrimarySchoolBoltsElthamCollegeJuniorUrnsGunbowerPrimarySchoolWoodParquetryHeatherhillPrimarySchoolEmbossedFoilHughesdalePrimarySchoolIndonesianFlowerDesignsKangarooFlatPrimarySchoolDragonsMentoneBoysGrammarJuniorSchoolGobletsMorelandPrimarySchoolDragonsHughesdalePrimarySchoolkangarooflatprimaryschoolHughesdalePrimarySchool Year5studentsatThePeninsulaSchoolstudyEarlyAustraliaastheirSOSEunit.TheirstartingpointisofcoursetheAustralianAboriginalswhohavelivedinthemagnificentKimberleyregionfor40thousandyears.AninterestingunitofarthasevolvedthroughoursupportoftheSOSELearningOutcomes1.ThatthestudentswilldevelopanappreciationofhowsacredthelandistotheAboriginalpeople.2.ThatthestudentswilllearnhowbeliefstraditionsandartstylesandimagesvaryamongstAboriginalclansandindifferentregionsthroughoutAustralia.3.ThatthestudentsunderstandthemanystoriesrelatingtoAboriginalArtanddevelopanawarenessofthesignificanceofTheDreamtimetotheAboriginalpeople.4.ThatthestudentsuserelevantreferencestoinspirethemtocreateartworksbasedontheartoftheAustralianAboriginals.5.Thatthestudentscreatetwoandthree-dimensionalartworksthatarewellbalancedandexpressive.Introducingthetopic.ItisimportanttogivethestudentssomebackgroundinformationonAboriginalbeliefstoraisetheirawarenessofthesignificanceofAboriginalarttotheAboriginalpeople.TheDreamtimereferstotheAboriginalunderstandingofhowthelandanditspeoplewerecreated.TheDreamtimealsoexplainshownaturalforcessuchasthunderlightningandrainexist.BackgroundInformationabouttheWandjinaoftheKimberleyregioninNorth-WesternAustralia.TheKimberleyregionisfamousforpaintingsofWandjinainrocksandcavesandincontemporaryworksofart.Wandjinaaremythicalbeingsbelievedtohavecomefromtheskyandtheseaduringancienttimes.Theyarethoughttohavelefttheirimagesinpaintingsonthesurfacesofrocks.Theimagesarehuman-likeandcolouredblackZartExtra_Term320045primaryarticleCeremonialPolesFiguresCeremonialPolesFiguresAunitofthreeactivitiesdesignedtopromoteanunderstandingofAustralianAboriginalArt.InspiredbyImagesofWandjinaThePeninsulaSchoolMtEliza 6ZartExtra_Term32004primaryarticlecontredoryellowoverawhitebackground.Theyarebasedoncloudsandhavehalosorstrandsofhairradiatingfromtheirheads.Theyhavelargeeyeswithprominenteyelashesaverticallineforanosebutnomouths.ThepaintingsofWandjinaincaveswerereveredandrepaintediftheyfadedasthespiritswerethoughttobeverypowerful.Wandjinaspiritscontrolledlightningfloodsandcyclonessowerenottobeoffended.Theyalsoinfluencedfertilityandbroughtgoodlucktohuntingandfoodgathering.TodayfewAboriginesstillbelievetheWandjinamythbuttheimageenduresinAboriginalart.ArtActivityOneDrawingsofWandjinausingZartSupermixOilPastelsIshowedthestudentslibrarybookswithimagesofWandjinaandtoldthemsomemythswrittenaboutthespirits.IthenaskedthestudentstodevisetheirownimageofaWandjinausingZartSupermixOilPastelsonbrownpaper.Theresultswererichandexciting.Thestudentsembracedthemythologyandimagery.Wandjinasymbolsareaccessibleforstudentstoreplicate.Thestudentsfeltuninhibitedandinspiredbytheirtask.ColourswerelimitedtomainlywhatAboriginalartistsintheKimberleywouldhaveusedonrocks.HoweveritwasnotedthatcontemporaryAboriginalartistshavemostcoloursavailabletothemandsosomestudentsusedawiderarrayoftones.ArtActivityTwoCeremonialPolesUntiltheearlypartofthetwentiethcenturyAboriginalartwasmainlymadeforuseinreligiousceremonies.TodaymanyAboriginalartistsselltheirworktoaninternationalmarket.WedecidedtocreateourownversionoftraditionalAboriginalceremonialpolesbyusingnaturalmaterialstodecoratecardboardcylinders.Againweresearchedlibrarybookstoexaminephotosofceremonialpoles.Wenotedthatfeathersyarnsandpaintwerebeautifullycombinedtocreatestrikingsculptures.Thestudentswereeachgivenacardboardcylinder.TheyusedanarrayofstringyarnRaffianaturalHessianstripsandbrownpapertowraparoundtheircylindersandsecurewithPVAglue.Theythenaddedfeathersandplaitedlengthsoftwinetothecylinders.Theseweretiedonorgluedinplace.Somestudentsgatheredleavesorgumnutstoaddtotheirdecorations.Allwereindividual.Thefinaltoucheswerepaintingsectionsofthepoles.Somestudentspaintedpatternssuchasanimaltracksontotheirwork.Thebalancethestudentsachievedontheirsculpturesimpressedme.ArtActivityThreeFigureSculpturesThestudentswerekeentocreatesculpturesoffiguresaftertheyhadcompletedthepoles.WeexaminedthecarvedwoodensculpturesoftheMimiandTiwipeople.MimisculpturesarefromtheregionaroundKatherineNorthernTerritoryandhavetheirownstories.TheTiwipeopleofBathurstIslandandMelvilleIslandsituatedoffthenorthwestArnhemLandcoastarefamousfortheirwoodsculptures.PostsaremadeforthePukaminiceremonyheldforafuneralandarepaintedwithspiritfiguresandtotemicdesignsrelatedtothedeadperson.Tiwisculptorsalsocreatefiguresofpeoplebirdsanimalsandspirits.WeusedplasticbottleseggcartonsscrunchedpaperheldinplacewithMaskingTapecylindersconesandanyotherrecyclablematerialstocreatethearmatureofourfigures.CopiousamountsofMaskingTapewereusedtoholdthefigurestogethersothattheypassedtheshaketest.WethenusedtornpiecesofNewsprintandCellogeltopapier-mchthemodels.ThesculptureswerethenpaintedinthestyleofanAboriginalartistsuchasEmilyKameKnangwerreye.Somestudentschosetoaddfeathersraffiaandtwineasahead-dressfortheirwork.Thefinalpieceswereoutstanding.References1.BarlowAlexandHillMarjiTheManyFormsofAboriginalArtMacmillanAustralia1997.2.BarlowAandHillMAFirstLookatAboriginalArtMacmillanAustralia1997.3.BarlowAandHillMRockArtMacmillanAustralia1997.4.CoppockLilianArtofDifferentCulturesBelairPublicationsBritain2000.Pp25and63.5.FinleyCarolAboriginalArtofAustralia-ExploringCulturalTraditionsLernerPublicationsMinneapolis1999.6.AustralianArtPackFacesZartArtLisaSmithJuniorArtTeacherThePeninsulaSchoolMtEliza PamelaIrvingisanartistusingbronzeceramicmosaicandmorerecentlyprintmaking.Pamelahasbeenafulltimeartistfor22yearsinwhichtimeshehasparticipatedinoverahundredgroupexhibitionsandheldmanysoloexhibitionsinAustraliaandoverseas.HerworksareincludedinMunicipalcollectionsUniversityandSchoolcollectionsaswellasRegionalGalleriesArtbankandTheMuseumVictoriaaswellassignificantcorporateandprivatecollections.www.pamelairving.com.auQAtwhatagedidyoudecidetomakeacareerfromvisualartsAWhenIwasstudyingatMelbourneStateCollegeaftercompletingHSCin1978.Ifoundthelecturersownartworkssoinspiringbutteachingwassomethingtofallbackon.QDoyoucomefromacreativefamilyAYesmybrotherteachesartinHamiltonandbothmyparentsareartistic.Myfathersbackgroundisinadvertisingandhelovesmakingfurniture.Mymotherisalsoverycreative.TheyalwaysencouragedJohnandmetomakethings.QDidyoueverteachIfsowhereandforhowmanyyearsAIgraduatedin1982andstartedmyMastersin1983.Itaughttertiarystudentsfor12years6-9hoursaweekinsessionalworkatRMITMonashandMelbourneStateCollege.QWhatisyourfavouritemediumtoworkwithAMosaicscombinedwithhandmadeclaywork.QDoyouenjoyworkingwithstudentsinyourcapacityasartistinresidenceAYesparticularlytheyoungerstudentstheymakeyouchangethewayyouapproachthings.QWhateffecthasthecomputeragehadonyourworkATheInternetissoimportanttomeasIworkbymyselfandIcancontactotherartistsaroundtheworld.EBayhasmadeahugedifferenceasIcanbuymaterialsformyworkinsteadofgoingaroundOpportunityShopslookingforthingsIcanuseinmywork.IusetheInternetforresearchandfindingoutaboutnewmaterials.QWhataresomeofthenegativeaspectsofyourjobABeingbymyself.Youneedtobeaverymotivatedpersontoworkbyyourself.Financiallynotverylucrativeforthefirst10yearsIlivedwithconstantuncertaintyofnotknowingwhereorwhatthenextjobwouldbe.From1992afterthecommissionofLarryinthecitysquareIhavehadongoingworktokeepmebusy.QWhatissomethingyouwouldlovetodothatyouhaventalreadydoneADesignakidsplayground.Itwouldhavewackybigsculpturesforthechildrentoplayaround.QHowwouldyoudescribeyourfirstsoloexhibitionAFantasticItwasasell-outshowin1981whichIsharedwithmybrotherJohn.Iwasa3rdYearstudentatMelbourneStateCollege.QWheredoyougetmostofyourinspirationALotsofsourcesIsubscribetomagazinessuchasRawVisionandArtBruttheInternettravellingIlovePacificIslandartwork.IalsoloverevisitingPicassoandotherartistsIstudied.QWhatfellowartisthasmostinfluencedyouANekChandanIndianguyinhislate70swhohascreateda25acresculptureparkinChandigarhnearDelhi.Iwenttovisithimin1999andsawthisadultplayground.QWhatsyourfavouritepieceofworktodateAAceramicpieceIbasedonArthurBoydsThreeShearersplayingforabride.Iwrotetohimandaskedforhispermissiontoappropriatethework.Hesentmeanaerogramgivingmethatpermission.IstillhavetheaerogramandtreasureitastheonlyoriginalArthurBoydIamlikelytoown.QWhatisyourfavouritepieceofclothinginyourwardrobeAMyLevisIliveinmyLevis.QWhowouldyoumostliketositnexttoonaflighttoEuropeAJohnMaizelstheeditorofRawVisionhetravelstheworldvisitinguntrainedartistsandartistswhoaretrueoutsiders.QIfyouwerespeakingtoasecondaryschoolstudentwhowasshowinginterestinfollowinginyourfootstepswhatadvicewouldyougivethemAYouneedtobehappytoworkbyyourself.Copewiththeisolationofbeingbyyourself.-YouneedbasicBusinessskillstodealwiththelikesoftheGSTwhichartschooldoesntteachyou.Artschoolisunrelatedtotherealworld.-Makestuffyouarereallyhappywithandnotbemarketdrivenasthemarketwillcatchupwithyou.-Beopentodiversifying.IdiversifiedintoPrintsforcommercialreasonsbutalsotorelievemybackoftheheavy-dutyworkinvolvedinmyartworks.PamelaiscurrentlymakingaseriesofdolllikemosaicfiguresforhernextsoloexhibitionTreadingtheBoardsbeginningattheSheppartonArtGalleryon10thSeptember200410thOctober2004and6thNovember200430thJanuary2005atGeelongArtGallery.TheInternationalMosaicConferencewillbeheldattheAustralianCatholicUniversityinMelbournebeginningonOctober27th2004.www.mosaic-international.comPamelaIrvingwillbeconductingahands-onworkshopforZartArtinTerm4WednesdayOctober20th20049.20am-3pmwhichwillbeadvertisedintheTerm4ZartExtraandonthewebsitewww.zartart.comZartExtra_Term320047WillIgetajobifidoArtDiscoverhowfivecreativeshaveturnedartintoacareer.careersinartceramicistartistpamelairvingPamelaisperhapsbestknownforherirreverentandquirkyworksuchasthepubliccommissionLarryLaTrobethebronzedogintheCitySquare. 8ZartExtra_Term32004careersinartcontWhenyouwerelittlewhatdidyouwanttobecomeIdontreallyrememberhavinganyparticularcareerfocus-IjustknowIwantedtoworkwithbeautifulthings.WhatdidyoustudyatschoolanduniversityIwasalwaysmuchmoreattractedtohumanitiessubjectsatschoolasMathswasnevermystrongsubjectbutIdidntstudyArtatsecondaryschoolThefocusathighschoolwasmorepracticalandalthoughIlovedvisitinggalleriesIdidntreallyhavethetalenttocreate.IstudiedanartsdegreewithanhonoursyearatMelbourneUniversityanddiscoveredarthistorywhichIreallyenjoyedlearningabout.ThenIwentontostudyapost-graduatecuratorshipcourseatMelbourneUni.WhatisyourroleatLauraineDigginsFineArtMyroleisasgallerymanager.Asitisasmallbusinessmyroleisprettyvariedandflexibleandfitsinwithwhatevertasksarerequired-fromdealingwithclientstowritingtextforcatalogues.Partofmyroleinvolvesacuratorshipaspectbutitisalsomuchbroaderinvolvingthedailyrunningofthegalleryinalldifferentwayssuchasadministrationpersonalassistanttothedirectoraccountkeepingetc.WhenandhowdidyoubecomeamanagerofafineartgalleryTherearealargenumberofdiversegalleriesinMelbournefromstatefundedinstitutionstoartistrunspaces.Manyoffervolunteerworkwhichisagoodwaytogainsomeexperienceandbeawareofpayingpositionsasopportunitiesarise.AnothergoodplacetogainexperienceistheauctionhousessuchasChristiesSothebysorDeutscherMenzies.AfterstudyingandthentravellingoverseasandseeinglotsofartinEuropeasabackpackerIreturnedtoAustraliaandappliedforanadvertisedpositionatLauraineDigginsFineArtin2000andwasthesuccessfulapplicant.WhatparticularskillsdoyouneedtohaveforthisjobOrganisationskillsresearchskillsandpeopleskillsarereallyimportantalsoagoodknowledgeofAustralianartandofhandlingartworks.Itisalsobecomingmoreimportanttohavetertiaryeducationandthereareafewartcuratorshipandmanagementcourses.Whatdoesyoujobentaileg.describeadayAwholerangeofthings-liaisingwithartistsclientsframersconservatorsfreightcompaniesphotographersprinterspreparingvaluationsforclientsandforinstitutionsorganisingpricelistswritingcatalogueentriesresearchingdetailsaboutanartworkaccountingdutiesupdatingourwebsiteattendingartauctionsandgalleryopeningsorganisingadvertising....IcouldgoonSomedaysareextremelybusyandyoumustworktoatightdeadlineandthenotherssuchasthedayanexhibitionopensaremoreabouttalkingwithpeopleabouttheartoveraglassofwinewithcheese.WhatisthebestpartofyourjobThediversity-beingasmallbusinessmeansIgettodoabitofeverythingwhichkeepsitreallyinteresting.IhavealsoreallyenjoyedtheopportunityoflearningmoreaboutindigenousartandhavefoundthathavinggreaterknowledgeallowsagreaterappreciationofworksbyindigenousartistsforexampleEmilyKngwarreyeandRoverThomas.AnycareerhighlightsIhaveenjoyedtravellingtoSydneyanumberoftimeswhereLauraineDigginsFineArthasparticipatedinartfairs.Oneothergreataspectistobeabletomeetwithartistsandtalkabouttheirworkandvisittheirstudios.Itisalsofantastictobesurroundedbyhighqualityartworkseverydayandtohavethetimetogetagoodclose-uplookatpaintingsbyimportantAustralianartiststhatyouwouldusuallyfindinpubliccollections-worksbyartistssuchasAlbertTuckerSidneyNolanArthurBoydandFrederickMcCubbin.WhatarethethingsyoudontparticularlyenjoyaboutitTherearetimeswhenIamtheonlypersonatthegalleryduringopeninghoursexceptforthegallerydogswhichmeansIcantleaveworkfornicelunchesThedirectorhastwodogsthatcometoworkandliketogreetvisitorstothegallery-sometimesalittletoonoisilyWhatsyourfavouritepieceofartworkTootrickyaquestionbutoneofmyfavouritesistheBonnardintheNGVcalledLaSiesta-ithasarealserenitytoit.WhatbookareyoureadingrightnowPortraitinSepiabyIsabelAllende.WhatdoyoudotounwindIliketoreadandIliketogetawaytothecoastandwalkonthebeach.WhatareyougoingtodoafterthisinterviewWorkonaprice-listforartworksweareexhibitingattheSydneyAboriginalandOceanicArtFairwheretherearestandsforanumberofartgalleriesandartdealersandculturalartcentresfromnorthernAustraliaandaroundthePacific.MynextjobistoresearchabouteachoftheartistsweareexhibitingattheFairandwriteashortbiographyandprepareinformationabouteachofthepaintingsasmostindigenousworkshaveastorysuchasdepictingacertainareawhichmightbegoodforfindingfoodordepictingabodypaintdesignlinkedtoaparticularceremonyordreaming.gallerycuratorruthlovellRuthworksatLauraineDigginsFineArtGalleryinNorthCaulfieldVictoria.HowlonghaveyoubeeninthephotographyfieldandhowdidyougetthereKindofbyaccident.IwasbetweenjobsinNewYorkthirty-fiveyearsagoandmetaphotographer.Idbeenworkinginastock-brokingofficeaboutsevenyearspreviously.HeaskedmetobehisagentsoItooktheopportunitytohangaroundhisstudioandbehisagentsoIkindofslippedintoit.Ineverplannedtobeaphotographer.WhatschoolingeducationqualifiedyouforthepositionIhavenoqualifications.IstudiedlotsofbooksandmagazinesandIemployedareallygoodassistant.DoyourelatetothepeopleorindustryyouhavechosenInevertookphotographsbeforeIbecameaphotographer.IdidnthaveacamerabeforeIbecameaphotographer.Ididenjoyartatschoolandgotaschoolprizeinart.Allmyenergieswentintoartclassesanddoinggoodartwork.Itwasntrealisticformetotakeitanyfurther.WhatpieceofequipmentcouldyounotworkwithoutIcantlivewithoutacameraandIcantlivewithoutadigitalcameranow.Theydidntexistfiveyearsago.Iuseamixtureofbothfilmanddigital.ThequalityisbetteroutofmyHasselblad214filmbutclientsthinkitscheapertoshootdigitalandarenotsoworriedaboutthequality.Itsnotactuallycheaperbecauseofthelabourinvolvedincolourmanagement.Thatmakesitaboutthesameasshootingfilmbutatleasthalfmyworkisdigitalnow.WhatisadayinthelifeofMontyColeslikeEverydayisdifferent.OnaverageIworktwoandahalfdaysaweekwhichisenoughtoliveonanyway.IfIamdoingacatalogueitmaybethreeweeksofshooting.ThesedaysIhavetodoGSTandIdomyowntax.Ishoulddosomethingaboutrepresentingmyselfinamoreprofessionalway.ImworkingonthatrightnowandthatsthekindofthingIdoonthedaysImnotphotographing.Ivegottoproducesomekindofcardintheformofamailer.FreelancephotographerMontyColeshasbeenproducingunforgettableimagesformanyyearsnow.Hisnameissynonymouswithfashionbuthisstyleisdeliberatelyhardertodefine.AsacreativeprofessionalMontybelievesthatitisnecessarytobeconstantlyreinventinghimself.Consequentlyhisportfoliohasexpandedintolifestyleportraitureandarchitecturalphotography.photographermontycolescont HowlonghaveyoubeenintheindustrialdesignfieldandhowdidyougetthereEveryIDprofessionalsaysthisbutitstrueIstartedmyIndustrialDesigncareeratayoungagewhenIgotmyfirstLegoset.FromthesedizzyheightsImovedintomodelaircraftmanufactureandpaintingdrawingoneverythingpossible.Ithenbegantoexperimentwithlargerprojects.FinallyIfoundanameforthisneedtocreateobjects.Afour-yearhonorscourseinIndustrialDesignensuedinwhichIworkedatSprocketDesignforayearsworkexperience.SincethenIhavebeenworkingfulltimeatSprocketforabout1.5years.DoyourelatetothepeopleorindustryyouhavechosenThebeliefisinsomesituationsthatdesignersputthemselvesonahighersocialpedestalthanthemasses.Inrelationtodesigntherehastobesometruthinthisstatement.Afterallitistheroleofadesignertoshapethedailylivesofallofus.IdofeelthattobethebestdesignerIcanbeitisjustasimportanthowIrelatetonon-professionalsasinmanycasesthemostinspiringthoughtscomefromleftofcentre.WhatsyourfavoritepieceofclothinginyourwardrobeMysecondloveismusicsoprobablymyJurassic5T-shirtHipHopband.IamT-shirtmad.Ihaveatleast28.WhatisadayinthelifeofCamerontheindustrialdesignerMydaysaremanyandvariedwhichiswhyIlovemyjob.Workingforasmallconsultancywhichbothdesignsandsmall-batchmanufacturesproductsrequiresmetospendtimeinmanydifferentfacetsofthedesignprocess.IdontnecessarilyloveallaspectsofmyjobbutasawellknownArchitectMichaelMcDonoughsaysIfyoudontlearntolovetheboringaggravatingandstupidpartsofyourprofessionandperformthemwithdiligenceandcareyouwillneversucceed.SoinaperfectworldIgettospendmydayconceptingnewproductsdiscussingexcitingdesignprojectslearningnewprocessesordesigntechniquesreachinginspiringdesignconclusionsandpresentinginnovativeandslickgraphicpresentations.ConverselyImayhavetoraisepurchaseordersdealwithincompetentmanufacturersorspendhoursdaysweeksinputtingCADdata.WithinyourspecificemploymentwhatpartdoyouplaywithinthefirmIworkintheproductkioskdesignareaofthecompany.SprocketDesignisoneoftheforemostInformationandinteractivekioskdesignandmanufacturingcompaniesinAustralia.WedealwithclientsincludingMcDonaldsKodakHoldenANZetc.supplyingthemwithinteractivetouch-screenkiosksthatallowtheircustomerstoaccessinformationcompletepurchasetransactionsrefillphonecardsprintdigitalmediaandawholehostofotherapplications.WhatsyourbestormostsuccessfulpieceofworktodateMymostsuccessfulisawirelessupdateableadvertisingscreenwhichcanbefoundinabout3000postofficesandsimilarstoresaroundAustralia.MyfavoriteismycurrentprojectadeskmountedkioskfordownloadingselectingandorderingdigitalprintsfromyourdigitalcameraWhatinspiresanindustrialdesignerEverythinginspiresagooddesignerandnothinginspiresabadone.Thecommonthreadamongstalldesignersistheirneedtoexploreandcreateenvironmentsforfutureexploration.Morespecificinspirationlikeinlifedoeshowevercomefromtheindividualsownenvironment.ThatiswhyIbelievetheonlywaytobetteryourselfasadesigneristotravelandindoingsobroadenyourculturalknowledgeandexpandyourhorizons.AretherepeersinyourindustrythatsetabenchmarkTherearedesignersandtherearedesignfirmsthathaveandcontinuetosetthebenchmarkfordesignmovingintothe21stcentury.ThemostrecognizableisAppleandtheirheadofindustrialdesignJohnethanIve.Aswithalltopdesignworldwideittakesriskstoreachtheseamazingoutcomes.Applescandy-colouredtranslucentImacswereariskthatpaidoffwithaninstantlyrecognizablebrandandacultstatus.WasyourtertiaryeducationdemandingonyouIndustrialDesignattertiarylevelisextremelydemanding.Astherearesofewplacescompetitionishotfromthestart.Thecourseformatisuniquetothedesignfieldsandfeaturesmanypracticalbasedsubjectsfewexamsandnumerousvisualoralpresentations.ThereisalwaystimetosocializeDesignisthesocialinteractionofpeopleandproducts.WhowouldyoumostliketositnexttoonaflighttoEuropeProbablymylateuncle.HewasanArchitectArtistandalwaysshowedagreatinterestinmyartisticendeavorsfromayoungage.IdlovetohavethechancetoshowhimwhereIamnow.WhataresomeofthenegativeaspectsofyourjobItisnotthemostwell-paidjob.Itisextremelycompetitive.IfyouwerespeakingtoasecondaryschoolstudentwhowasshowinginterestinfollowinginyourfootstepswhatadvicewouldyougivethemFirstofallIwouldsay-writedownallthethingsyoureinterestedinandgetyourselfalongtoaUniversityOpenDay.Organizeyourworkexperienceatadesignconsultancy.Lookatdoingsomeartdesignbasedextra-curricularactivities.GotodesignexhibitionsfurnitureshowsMelbourneMuseumArtGalleryetcFinallytogetintoatertiaryIDcourseyouwillneedtopresentaportfolioyoushouldstartthinkingaboutthisfromaboutyear11onwards.Thiscanbeanyartisticdesignworkyoumayhavedoneforschoolorpersonalprojects.ItishoweveranIndustrialDesigncoursesoprojectsthatshowsomeIDskillsaregreat.careersinartcontZartExtra_Term320049MontycontWhatsyourbestormostsuccessfulpieceofworktodateThereisapieceatCollinsPlacecurrentlyupforayear.Itisahightechformofgraffiti.WhatinspiresaphotographerIliketheworkofManRayofthe20s30s40sand50s-mainlybecausehewasveryexperimentalhejustplayedthewholetime.MostofmycareerIhavejustplayedwithphotography.MostofmyimagesarenotreallyfinallydefinitivelikeperfectimagesjustnotesthatIenjoyaboutitbeforeImakeitreallyperfectIgoontosomethingelse.Itsnotstrongenoughformetosaythatisaperfectimage.DoyouhaveanyregretswithyourcareerpathIamperfectlyhappy.IcouldhaveifIwasadifferenttypeofpersontakenormademoreuseoftheopportunitiesIvebeenluckyenoughtobeexposedto.ButIhaventasotherthingshavehappenedinstead.Contemporariesofminemaybebetterofffinanciallybutotherthingsperhapshavesufferedbecauseofthat.Itdoesntmeanyoucanthaveboth.Chancesofworkingandhavingeverythingareprettyremotethesedays.WhowouldyoumostliketositnexttoonaflighttoEuropeTheDalaiLama-Iwasmeanttodoanofficialportraitofhim.Howeverhewassufferingfromacoldthelasttimehewashere.ThatwouldhavebeenahighlightofmycareerifIcouldhavephotographedhimonaonetoonething.WhataresomeofthenegativeaspectsofyourjobIwishdigitalcamerasandcomputershadneverbeeninvented.WhatdoyouaimtoachievewithinyourindustryApartfrommakingalivingformyfamilyandmyselfIwouldliketohaveanexhibition-justtoputmyselfontheline.Iamverycriticalofphotographyphotographersandartiststakingupspace.JustforoncetoputsomestuffonthewallandstandbackandseehowIwouldcriticizemyownworkifitisupthere-tobecriticizedandseeifIcanamusesomepeoplebydoingthat.LikeManRaywouldhavedoneifhewasaliverightnow.IfyouwerespeakingtoasecondaryschoolstudentwhowasshowinginterestinfollowinginyourfootstepswhatadvicewouldyougivethemGoandseeAustinPowermovies.AustinPowerwasbasedona60sphotographer.Iwaslikethat.Ihadavelvetjacketthescarfandgirlsallovertheplacewhichwasgreat.Therewerepeoplelikethat.TherewasamovieAustinPowerwouldhaveseencalledBlowUpwithDavidHemmingsasafashionphotographerinthemid60s.Thatwasaninfluenceonallphotographersinthosedays.Iwasntaphotographeratthatstage.Getajobwithaphotographerhangaroundthestudioandlearnasfastasyoucan.IamnotcrazyaboutspendingtoolongatimeinPhotographyCollege-theydragthingsouttoolong.Workasanassistant.industrialdesignercameronbrodieCameronisagraduatefromSwinburneUniversityjoinedtheteamatSprocketDesign112yearsago. ThetechniquesIuserangefromdyeingfabrictofreemachineembroidery.IamveryinterestedintheconceptofcomplexclothwheremanylayersareaddedtotheclothtoproducetheeffectthatIwant.Thesetechniquescouldincludedyeingprintingpaintingandstitching.Ialsomakefeltandusepaperinmywork.Iemploycollagetechniquesandthenstitchthesetocreateline.Someofmyworkisalsoondisplayonawebsitewww.intertwined9.orgQHowlonghaveyoubeeninthetextilefieldandhowdidyougetthereIhavebeeninterestedintextilessinceIwasachild.Ididalotofsewingandknittingduringmyteens.MyfirstcommissionwasaMacramWallHanginginHighSchool.Itookupsilkpaintingandmademanysilkscarves.IfoundthatIwantedtoexploretextilesinamoreexperimentalway.IdidaworkshopincolouranddesignwithSharonMuiratTheMeatMarketCraftCentrethisopenedmyeyestothewiderworldoftextilesasIwasintroducedtothemagazineTextileFibreForum.QWhatschoolingqualifiedyouforthepositionIdidaDiplomaofStudioStitchatBoxHillTAFEbutalotofmyeducationhasbeenthroughTextileFibreForumsdoingone-weekworkshopsonceortwiceayear.Ihavedone9Forums.QDoyoufeelthatyourchoiceofschoolingwasanappropriaterouteforyourcareerpathIdidntdoArtfromYear10asIdidnotpaintordraw.TextileswasnotconsideredasArtitwasseenasacraftsoitwasnotanoption.Myinterestindrawingcamemuchlater.Textilesasarthasbecomemuchmorecredibleinthelast1520years.QWhatisadayinthelifeofSallytheArtistLecturerEverydayistotallydifferentasIhaveworkinthreedifferentplacesaswellasstudying.Iwakeearlyandwalktokeepfit.IstarttheweekbygoingtomyDrawingclass.ThenextdayIamathomeItrytodomyartworkaswellasbeingaparentandhomemanager.Thenextthreedaysarespentteachingart.IteachprimaryartonedayIteachprimaryteachertraineesabouttheimportanceoftheartsonanotherandIteachtextileartatTAFEonthethirdday.InbetweenIfitinmyownart.Thisisoftendoneatnight.IhavecommissionstoworkonexhibitionsIamworkingtowardsaswellaspiecesIamcreatingfromthedrawingclassIgoto.IalsoneedtospendtimeonthecomputereithercheckingorsendingemailsordoingtheassociatedpaperworkforeachofthejobsIdo.QWhatsyourbestormostsuccessfulpieceofworktodatePossiblya3DpieceofabridgethatwasalsoabookmadefromfabriccalledtheBookofKnowledge.Itisabouthowbooksbridgethegapbetweentheknownandunknown.Itisalltextileswithnowordsitisreallymorecomplex-colourpatternanddesignwithinthatpiecestartingatonesideandgoingtotheother.QWhatinspiresatextileartistTextileartistsareinspiredbymanydifferentthings-whattheyseethelandscapeetc.FormeIaminspiredbytheworldaroundmeandhowIrespondtothat.Ialsousemyarttoexpresssomeofmyideasaboutthecomplexityofhumannature.QWhataresomeofthenegativeaspectsofyourjobTimeorlackofitisthemainnegativeaspectofallmywork.IwouldlovetospendlongerblocksoftimeonmyownartwhichiswhyIlovetheluxuryofgoingtoFibreForums.QWhatdoyouaimtoachievewithinyourindustryIthinkinallmyworktohelppeopleunderstandtheimportanceofcreativityandacknowledgecreativityassomethingweallhave.Asateachertogivepeopletheopportunitytogainconfidenceintheirabilitytocreate.AsanartistitistoexpressmyviewoftheworldinadifferentwayandtobecomethebestIcanbeatthattoextendmyskillsinsearchfororiginalwaysofexpression.QIfyouwerespeakingtoasecondaryschoolstudentwhowasshowinginterestinfollowinginyourfootstepswhatadvicewouldyougivethemIwouldadvisethemtomakethemselvesawareofthemanydifferentformsthatTextileArttakesasitisverybroad.Itisaveryexcitingformofartbecauseithassomanyoptions.IwouldadvisethemtoreadFibreForummagazinesandotherFibreArtmagazines.TogotoFibreForumstolookatexhibitionsandbecomemoreawareofwhatitistheyareinterestedinparticularly.Tolookatallthedifferentcoursesastheyeachhaveadifferentslantfromscreen-printingthroughtotapestry-weavingthroughtoembroidery.Spendtimefindingamentorbecauseyoucanlearnsomuchfromsomeoneworkinginthatareahowtheyworkandhowtheydevelopasartistsaswell.10ZartExtra_Term32004careersinartconttextileartistsallydarlisonSallyisaworkingartistwhoalsoteachesandsharesherlovefortextiles.finaltipsfromtheexperts...Afolioofwork.Aspartoftheentrancerequirementsforartanddesigncoursesstudentsmustpresentafolioofwork.Makesureyourfoliodemonstratesskillsthatareneededforthatcourseprofessionyoumayneedtoadjustyourfolioaccordingtothecourse.Rememberonlyputinyourbestpiecesincludeconceptdevelopmentworkandpresentationisthekey.MeetandgreetMeetindustryprofessionalsbybecominginvolvedinworkexperienceprogramsmakeanappointmenttovisitadesignfirmcreativeagencyoralocalartist.AttenduniversityandTAFEopendaysandgraduateexhibitionssothatyouarefamiliarwiththefieldyouwillbeentering. profileZartExtra_Term3200411TheBendigoEasterFairCommitteestraditionalEasterParadeisheldannuallyonEasterMondayinBendigo.ThisyearlocalprimaryschoolswereaskedtomakebabydragonstocomplimentthehugeChinesedisplaywhichaccompaniestheprocession.BendigohasthehonourofhavingattheGoldenDragonmuseumSunLoongthelongestImperialdragoninthesouthernhemisphere.HeappearsinthestreetsofBendigoeachEasteraccompaniedbyahugenumberofcolourfulbannerswhichannouncehisarrival.TherearethousandsofexplodingcrackerstokeepSunLoongawakeaswellasathleticsouthernlionstoentertainthecrowddrumcartsgirlsdressedintraditionalcostumeandseveralsmallerdragons-YaLoongthenightdragonMingLoongamaledragonPingLoongafemaledragonandGansuLoongagiftfromBendigossistercity-theyreallthere.TheChinesesectionisawonderfulfeatureoftheparadeitisnoisyfullofvibrantcolourandflashingmirrorswhichareonSunLoongs30metrelongbody.Themirrorsapartfromcatchingthesunlightsparkleandshimmerkeepingevilspiritsawayfromthedragon.cont17excitedchildrenpresentedtheirdragonstothewiderschoolcommunity...theywereveryproudoftheirachievement.BABYASIANDRAGONSKangarooFlatPrimarySchoolBendigo ARTSCRITICISMANDAESTHETICSOurschooldecidedtotakepartintheBabyDragonprojectaspartofourWednesdayafternoonK-Dayprogramwhichfocusesonkinaestheticactivitiesforchildrenfromgrade3to6.SeventeenchildrenstartedtheprojectbyreflectingonthesignificanceanduseofdragonsinAsiancultureespeciallyChina.TheyusedbooksphotosclothingandfigurinesacquiredduringastaffmembersstudytourtoChina.RalphBehtheeducationofficerfromtheGoldenDragonmuseumwasinvitedtospeaktothechildrenandfurtherillustratedthroughaseriesofslidesthehistoryoftheChineseinBendigotheimportanceofvariouscoloursusedandthedistinguishingfeaturesofdifferenttypesofdragons.ARTSKILLSTECHNIQUESANDPROCESSESThefirsttaskforthechildrenwastodesigntheirdragonthenusinganempty2litreplasticcontainertwoaluminiumcanssomeemptyoverlockerthreadspoolsapieceofsturdycardboardcylindertwoaluminiumpieplatesasecondpieceofsturdycardboardnewspaperandmaskingtapetheyfashionedthedragonsheadandback.Theplasticcontainerbecamethebasefortheheadslotswerecutandthecansinsertedforeyebasesandthecardboardcylinderwasinsertedforahandle.Thefoilplatesweresecuredontotheheadformingthemouthandthespoolsbecamesmallhorns.AlltheconstructionwassecuredwithMaskingTape.TightlyrolledballsofnewspaperwereattachedwithMaskingTapetopadoutthedragonsfacetogiveitanosechincheeksaplaceforamirrorandpaddingwherethechildfeltitwasneeded.Steptwowastowraptheentireheadandcardboardbackplateintinfoiladdinglongerhornsifrequired.Stepthreesawthechildrencoveringtheheadandbackplatewithonelayerofpapier-mchconsistingoftissuepaperandP.V.A.Oncedrytheheadswerelightandverystrong.Thechildrenthendecidedonthecolourstopainttheirdragons.TheyreflectedonthetalkwithRalphBehwhotoldthemthatpinkindicatesyouthredisforhappinessgreenmeansgrowingbluerepresentstheskyandwateryellowgolddenotesroyaltyasdoespurplewhereasblackisusedforstrength.Thedragon-headbackplateandfreeflowingtailmadefromTyvekwerepaintedwithVipondsacrylicpaint.ThechildrenthenassembledallthedecorationsfortheirdragonsoldChristmasdecorationsTinselSequinsHoneycombTinselStemssilvergoldandredbeadchainMiniPattyPansGoldDoyliesCDcasesPom-PomsPolystyreneBallsfeatherboasChinesepapersandGlassJewelsweregluedontothedragonheadsusingGlueGunsandTackyGlue.Thefreeflowingtailswerefringedandsmallpiecesofshinycontactwereaddedtogivethe12ZartExtra_Term32004Ifyoufindacheaperpublishedpriceinanothercurrentcatalogueonanequivalentproductsimplycontactusbyphoneorbyemailandwewillmatchtheprice.SeeourTerm3Specialsflyerforgreatbargains.ZartsPriceMatchingPolicy...RememberJennyCampbellKangarooFlatPrimarySchoolprofilecontappearanceofmirrors.RESPONDINGTOTHEARTSThetotalclasstimeforcompletingthisprojectwas9one-hoursessionsplusmanylunchtimes.Atthecompletionoftheprojecttheseventeenveryexcitedchildrenpresentedtheirdragonstothewiderschoolcommunityatthefinalschoolassemblyforterm1.Thechildrenwereverypleasedwiththecommentsfromtheirpeersandparents.TheculminationoftheprojectsawthechildrenwearingT-shirtsintheYouCanDoItcoloursofredgreenbluepurpleandyellowwhentheyparticipatedintheEasterparadewiththeirdragonstheywereverynervousandveryproudoftheirachievement.OurflightofBabyDragonswasverywellreceivedbythecrowdwhichlinedtheroutethroughthestreetsofBendigo.OnespecialhighlightforthechildrenwastostandwithSunLoongandhavetheirphototaken. 60Corrugatedcardboardstripseach12mmwideand53mmlonginbrightcolourstouseinconstructionandcollageactivities.Manipulatethestripstocreatea3Dcollage.Pktof60.........7.508.25newproductsZartExtra_Term3200413RAINBOWTISSUECoolorwarmcoloursthisfinetissueonarollisidealforcreatinginterestingbackgroundstoworkonwithpaintorprint.Manipulatethepapertocreatetexturedbackgroundsincoolorwarmbandsofcolour.60cmx25metrePleasespecifyCoolorWarmRoll..........10.7211.79A4Brightlycolouredcorrugatedboardinwave-likeripplesthatwillbringinterestingtextureintoyourcollages.Useforcard-makingscrap-bookinganddisplaywork.AssortedcoloursPktof10s...10.70.11.77A4MESHTISSUEPAPERAdecorativepaperwithadifference.Useforcollageandeventryprintingontoit.Bandsofcolourappeartomergeintoeachotheronapaperhoneycomb.Assortedpacketsof40sheetsin5assortedcoloursPktof40...11.9513.15BlueGreenorRedstripedpaperonaroll.Idealfordisplayandcollagesturdytexturedsurface.Thispaperwillgiveyouaninstantbackgroundtocollageonoruseasastunningbackdropforclassroomdisplays.80cmx10metreBluegreenorred.Pleasespecifycolour.Roll.................15.8417.42stripesdisplaypaperA4FLUOROTISSUECreatezanyworksofartwiththisverybrighttissuepaperin4fluorescentcolours.Pktof40............3.964.36PAPERParadiseitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldpricesincludeGSTCORRUGATEDWAVECARDCORRUGATEDCONSTRUCTIONSTRIPS 14ZartExtra_Term32004activitiesFestivalofTreesZartPaperMagiclayThemodellingclaythatdrieslikepaperMouldStretchColourDecorateZartPaperMagiclayisalightweightsoftandelasticmodellingcompound.PaperMagiclayairdriesinhoursresemblingapaperliketexturewhendry.PaperMagiclaywillbondwettodrynoadhesivesjoiningtechniquesortoolsarerequired.Itcanbepulledstretchedsprungbackrolledshapedcutstampedpressedtosuitavarietyofartorsculptureprojects.TocolourpriortomodellingsimplykneadinadabofpaintwaterbasedFoodDyeormarkerpenordecoratewhendry.ZartPaperMagiclaymakesmodellingeasywithnoresidueleftonyourhandsortools.Unusedportionscanbecarefullywrappedsealedandusedagain.Itsverysoftandlightconsistencymakesitattractivetochildren.Whendryitbecomesverystrongyetmaintainsitsfeatherweightqualities.WouldyouliketoparticipateinthisyearsFestivalofTreesforSaveTheChildrenTheDesignerChristmasTreeCompetitionisononceagainandBangandOlufsenaredonatingthisyearsmajorprize.Treescanbemadeusinganymaterialsandthemedaccordinglyasalltreedesignersareencouragedtousetheirimaginationandcreatetheirownuniquedesign.LastyearsFestivalofTreesdisplayeddesignsfromalltypesofpeopleandorganisations.Someofthemoreinspiringconceptswerecreatedbyusinghundredsofsoft-drinkcansatreemadeofglassandZartArtsleggynumberpicturedAlltreedesignsmustbeconfirmedby15thOctober2004andbereadyfordisplayby3rd23rdDecemberatFederationSquare.Thetreemaythenbeauctionedtoraisefundsorreturnedtothedesigners.IfyouhaveadesignorconceptyouwouldliketopresentpleasecontactSophieWyettatSavetheChildrenVictoria.Phone039882-5211oremailsophiesavethechildren.com.au200gpkt..........9.1510.07NEW ZartExtra_Term3200415WindowawordlesspicturebookexploringtheconceptofchangeovertimewontheAustralianchildrenspicturebookoftheYearAwardin1992NowthereisacompanionbooknewwordlesspicturebookBelonging.Belongingexploresthere-greeningofthecitytheroleofcommunitytheempowermentofpeopleandthesignificanceofchildrenfamilyandneighbourhoodinchangingtheirurbanenvironment.Theapproachisanoptimisticoneofferingpeoplewholiveincitiesinspirationtoinitiatechangebyconnectingwiththeircommunityandthebeautyoflivingthings.Thiscommunitythenhasbecomeahomenotjusttopeoplebuttothelargercommunityoflife.TheviewfromthesewindowsisaparticularviewofthechangingrelationshipbetweenanAustraliancityacommunityanditsplantsandwildlife.Butitcouldrepresentanycityandanycommunityinanypartoftheworld.ThenationaltravellingexhibitionBelongingwillbepresentedfrom25June7September2004attheRoyalBotanicGardensMelbourne.OpentothepublicWednesdaytoSundayfrom10amto4pm2entry.DomainHouseDallasBrooksDriveSouthYarra.MelwayReference2LA1BusparkingonBirdwoodavenue.Forfurtherinformationabouttheexhibitioncall0392522300orvisitwww.rbg.vic.gov.auZartEducationServiceareofferingaPDworkshopincorporatingnaturalmaterialcollageentitledFairyStylishlevel1-6Wednesday1stSeptember2004.9.20am3.00pmCost85.00ConsultantAnnBidstrupForfurtherinformationabouttheworkshopcallZESon0398901867BelongingbyJeannieBaker25June7September20041.ZartPaperMagiclaymaybeusedtobuildupareasontoa2Dsurfacecreatingtextureandform.RollingtinyballsofthePaperMagiclaytoformcoralordrapingthePaperMagiclaytolooklikeflowingseaweedmaycreateanunderwaterreef.ThePaperMagiclaymayalsobeshapedintoconesorpulledandallowedtospringbacktoformkelplikestrips.2.Pressbeadsintotheclayfordetailsaswellaswiresortakeanimprintoffabricornettingforaninterestingeffect.ThePaperMagiclaymaybebuiltupinareastogivedimension.3.WhendrythePaperMagiclaymaybepaintedtocreatecolour.Anywaterbasedpaintwilladhereaseasilyaspaintingonpaper.Pearlpaintalsoenhancestheunderwatereffect.1.TakeasmallamountoftheZartPaperMagiclayandaddasmalldropofpainttokneadthroughtheclaytocolourit.2.ShapepetalsbypushingthePaperMagiclaywithyourthumborfingersthinlyontoatabletoporhardsurfaceuntilyougetverythinpetalshapes.Allowtositandstiffenforafewminutes.3.Startwithasmallbudinthecentreandbuildupthepetalsinacircularfashionaroundthecentralbudshapingthepetalstoopenoutastheflowergetslarger.4.Whenyoureachthedesiredsizeallowtodry.Youwillhaveabeautifulanddelicatehandcreatedflowerwithpaperthinpetalsthesecanevenbescentedwithafewdropsofessentialoil.FlowersUnderwaterSceneTexturedbackgroundZartPaperMagiclaymaybeusedtobuilda2Dsurfacecreatingtextureandmovement.1.StretchoutthePaperMagiclaysothatitsribbonlike.2.Whilststillwetpressdirectlyontocanvasthisenablesittoadhere.3.PaperMagiclaymaybecolouredpriortomodellingorpaintedwhendry.4.MuslinandTissuePaperhavealsobeenaddedinthisexampletomakethetexturedbackgroundseamless.5.GouachewasusedtocolourthebackgoundandthePaperMagiclay.6.ForthisexamplewehavechosentousebothprecolouredandwhitePaperMagiclay.Turnalifeless2DintoanimagethatjumpsoutfromthecanvasZartPaperMagiclaymakescreatinga3Dformcomingoutfroma2Dbackgroundsomanagableatanylevel.The3Dformwilladheredirectlyontothesurface-nogluesanditslightweight-noarmaturesrequiredJustcreatetheformandpressitdirectlyontotheCanvasBoard.Leavetosetthendecorate.1.HerewehaveusedPaperMagiclaytocreatearunnersprintingoutfromthecanvas.SomeArmatureWirewasusedtohelpconstructtherunnersleg.2.Whendryboththerunnerandthetrackwerepaintedwithacrylicpaint.EasyTurn2Dinto3Dactivitiescontexhibition COLOURMakingandUsingDyesandPigmentsColourisallarounduswetakeitforgrantedasanaturallyoccurringelementofallthings.Yetcoloursarealsomanufacturedandthescienceofpigmentshuesanddyeshasanancientandfascinatinghistory.Thisbooktellsthestoryofdyesandpigmentstheinventionofnewcoloursandtheindustriesthatwerefuelledbythem.WhatwerethecoloursofancientEgyptWhatdiditsartistsusetopainttheirmagnificentfrescoesWheredoindigoandochrecomefrom159pp....13.5914.95MANGAMADNESSDavidOkumDrawawesomecharactersandscenescapturetheexcitementofMangainyourdrawings.Thisbookincludeshundredsofdynamicillustrationsloadedwithdetailandover400step-by-steplessons.Youwilllearntheskillsandtipsyouneedtocreateamazingcharactersandscenes.ItcoversdrawingbasicssuchasperspectiveshadingandforeshorteningJapanesetermstraditionsandcharactertypesaswellasquicktipsforhavingfunandimprovingyourwork.128pp.......27.2329.95PUPPETMANIAJohnKennedyThisbookwillspringboardyourimaginationintothewonderfulworldofpuppetmaking.Itwillguideyouthrougheachprojectwithstraight-forwardinstructionsusingeasytofindmaterials.JohnKennedyteachesyouhowtobringyourcreationstolifeeachcharactertakingonitsownpersonalitythroughlip-synchingbodymovementeyecontactandyourimagination.80pp.....22.6824.95NewResources16ZartExtra_Term32004newresourcesblueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTSEURATandLaGrandeJatteRobertBurleighbk064AlongwithstudiesdetailsandreproductionsofASundayonLaGrandeJatte1884aswellasothercompositionsbySeuratRobertBurleighsplayfulyetinquisitivetextbringstolifethestoryofSeuratandhisdesiretocreateakindofpaintingthatwashisown.31pp.....36.3440.00ANDYWARHOL365TAKESAndyWarholremainsoneofthemostintriguingfiguresofourtimesaniconwhoseworktransformedthelandscapeofcontemporaryartandprefiguredourobsessionswithcelebrityandconsumerism.ForthisbooktheAndyWarholMuseumhasgatheredthehighlightsofitscollectiontocreateavolumethatisascompellingandidiosyncraticasWarholhimself.743pp..68.1875.00ARTEXPRESS2003Thiscatalogueof2003graduatesrepresentsstudentsfrombothgovernmentandnon-governmentschoolsacrossNSW.Theexhibitionitselfhasgrownenormouslyoverthe21yearssinceitsinception.Overtheyearsthesyllabustheexpressiveformsavailabletostudentshavechangedemphasiswithnewerformssuchasdigitalmediaandinteractiveworksrepresented.WhathasnotchangedistherepresentativenatureofARTEXPRESSitshighqualityandthedauntingrangeanddepthofstudentsideasandintereststhatareportrayedintheirartwork.124pp.......31.8235.00Thiscomprehensiveculturalhistoryisbothvisuallyspectacularandthoughtprovoking.Auniversalartofexpressionandtransformationmasksrevealagreatdealaboutthepeoplewhomakethemandtheculturesthatusethem.Accompanyingthephotographsareessaystracingthefunctionsofmasksthroughouthistorywrittenbyscholarsinthefieldsofarthistoryanthropologydecorativeartsanddesignandtheatre.344pp...121.82134.00MASKSFacesofCultureThispackof12fineartprintscontainsworksbywellknownAustralianArtists.Theworkshavebeenselectedfrommajorgalleriesaroundthecountry.The12artworkshavebeenselectedtoshowthehistoricaldevelopmentofthiscountrythroughtheeyesofAustralianartists.Teachersnotesonthereversesideincludeinformationontheworktheartistandthetimesalongwithactivitiesandstartingpointsforstudents.Suitableforbothprimaryandsecondarylevels.Set.........55.0060.50AustralianArtpack178821stCenturyLandscapesBookSpotlightgeorgerapergeorgefrenchangaseugenevonguerardclarasouthernrolandwakelinrusselldrysdalealbertnamatjirafredwilliamshenribastinlornachickwilliamrobinsonjackbrittenCERAMICSFORKIDSMaryEllisPinchcoilslabandmouldclayintothesecreativeprojectsthatwillshowyousomeeasywaystomakeceramicswithoutawheel.Thisbookwillshowyouhowtoglazeanddecorateyourdesignsabookthatissuitableforbeginnersinclay.144pp........18.1419.95 Term42004RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003 ZartsStudentGalleryWhatsonandfeaturinginourGalleryforTerm42004.cover2ZartExtra_Term42004contentsProfileAssessmentHawthornWestPrimarySchoolBoxHillHighSchoolpage4page7SecondaryArticleVETprogrammeVETCertIIIConceptDevelopmentofClothingpage8NewProductsPrintmakingtotextilesGreatsecondaryproductspage9PrimaryArticleFeltMasksBeverleyHillsPrimarySchoolpage3ZartArtSchoolWholesaleSupplierZartArtoffersanextensiverangeofresourcesartmaterialscraftandtechnologysupplies.Youwillfindcompetitivepricesandefficientandquickservice.541LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auzartartzartart.com.auHoursMon-Fri8.30am-5.00pmSat8.30am-12.00noonZartsStudentGalleryThegalleryfeaturesartworksmadebystudentsofPreptoYear12fromallaroundVictoria.Schoolscanarrangeforstudentstovisitthegalleryanalysetheworksoftheircontemporariesandthenmakearelevantpieceoftheirownartworkinourworkshopswithanartconsultant.ThegalleryisalsoopentothepublicforviewingduringopeninghourspleaseseeZarthoursfreeofcharge.ForTermGallerylistingsrefertoourZartExtraandourwebsite.ZartEducationServiceZartEducationServiceprovideshandsonprofessionaldevelopmentworkshopsforprimaryandsecondaryteachersaswellasLOTEteachersPre-schoolsandlibrarians.VisualArtsworkshopsareregularlyheldatZartandinmetropolitanandcountrylocationsanduponrequestatyourschooldistrictorKLAsgroup.PleaserefertotheWorkshopInsertasupplementtoeveryZartExtraorrefertoourwebsitefordatesandtimes.ZartworksRetailShopZartworkshaveallyourartandcraftneedscateringforbothbeginnerandprofessionalartists.Youcanselectfromawiderangeofvisualartscraftandgraphicsupplies.Browseatyourleisureorseekassistancefromourexperiencedstaff.341LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398905110Fax0398986527Internetzartartzartart.com.auemailzartworkszartart.com.auHoursMon-Fri9.00am-5.00pmSat9.00am-12.00noonZARTEXTRAAVisualArtspublicationproducedeachtermforPre-schoolPrimarySecondaryTeachersbyZartArtandZartEducationService.ISSN14488450ZartArtTermfourwiththecelebrationofthe2004AthensOlympicGamesnowataclosewethankthosewhojoinedinourZartolympicPDprogram.Wehopetobringyouanothergreatpeopleinactionseriesintimeforthe2006commonwealthgamesThewinnersofBookWeek2004havebeenannounced.winnersare...BestPictureBookCatFishLothianBookswrittenbyJoanGrantillustratedbyNeilCurtisBestEarlyChildhoodBookGrandpaandThomaspenguinBooksAust.byPamelaAllen.The2005BookWeekthemewillbeannouncedinDecember.OurChristmaspdprogramiscurrentlyrunning.Alongsidetraditionalchristmasactivitiesdiscovertheexoticcustomsartandcraftsofasia.theChristmasPDworkshopsandthechristmasinasiabookarebothfilledwithwonderfulactivitiesinspiredbythecolourfulregionofasia.WearenowtakingbookingsforourBacktoBasicsprogramin2005.Pleaserefertoyourterm4workshopinsertorourwebsiteforup-to-dateworkshopdetailswww.zartart.com.auTheZartArt2005cataloguewillbeoutinNovember-expecttoseeourbacktoschoolspecialsandplentyofnewproductsandresourcesinthisuserfriendlycatalogueremember...placeyourorderinNovemberorDecember2004forimmediatedispatchorrequestittobehelduntilTerm12005.Adeferredpaymentschemeisalsoavailableforallbacktoschoolorders.PlaceyourorderinDecemberandpayinFebruary.Enquiriespleasecall0398901867MerryChristmasandsafeholidayspage10ActivityApencilexplorationExploretheversatilityofthisoftenoverlookedmedium.NewResourcespage12Inthiseraofaccountabilitythecollatingofdiagnosticinformationintheclassroomtheassessingoflearningoutcomesinindividualpiecesofworkandthelaborioustaskofreportwritinghavebecomesuchaprecisiondrivenandtimeconsumingaspectofateacherslife.Indeedthewholenotionofassessmenthasbecomeverystressfultomostteachersandyetwithoutsomeformoffeedbacktostudentsandtheirparentsthestudentstoilisnotgiventherespectandrecognitionitdeserves.Assessingapieceofartworkcanbeaschallengingasassessingforexamplepoetry-theteacherisbeinggivennotjustanindividualresponsetotheskillstaughtbutalsoapersonalresponsetothesubjectmatter.TowhatextentcanthepersonalresponsebeignoredDowehavearighttocommentonsomeoneelsespersonalresponseShouldwefocusonlyontheskillsThesesortsofquestionsmustcontinuetoberevisited.Thereisarguablynorightorwronganswertomanyaspectsofassessment.Howtheschooladministersitsassessmentpoliciesandreportsaboutstudentachievementtoparentsarestillpartoftheschoolbaseddecision-makingprocesswhichtakesplacewithinthesetguidelines.Howeverwhathashappenedinrecentyearshasbeenthedevelopmentofsomeverycreativeandeffectiveassessmentprocedures.Technologyhasallowedteacherstoprovidevisualevidencefortheircommentsonachievementlevelswhichforthevisualartshasbeenagodsend.AswearenowintermIVandthereforeinareportwritingtermwehaveaskedtwoschools-oneprimaryandonesecondary-toshowyouhowtheygivetheirstudentsandparentsfeedbackseeProfilespages4-6WehopetocontinuethissamplinginourtermII2005Zartnewsletter.ZartEducationServiceAssessment primaryarticleZartExtra_Term420043FeltMasksLynFerrallVisualArtsCoordinatorBeverleyHillsPrimarySchoolWhenplanningthisactivityformyYear6childrenIwantedtotakethechildrensfelt-makingtoanotherlevel.WhileIwaskeentogivethechildrenexperiencewiththetechniqueofmakingfeltIalsowantedtogivethemacreativeopportunitytoapplytheirvisualartsskillstothecompletedpieceoffelt.EarlierinthetermwehadspentsometimelookingatAndyWarholsworkwithfamousfaceshisworkwithcolouritsbalanceandcontrastsandhisuseofpatterntextureandline.Asaresultwedecidedtomakeourpiecesoffeltwiththethoughtinmindthatthefinishedpiecewouldbeacanvasforamask.MakingthefeltChildrenchosetheirwool-topcolourswiththeirfinishedmaskinmind.AlthoughwehaddonesomedesignanddrawingworkIwascarefultoemphasizethatthepiecewouldevolveandtheinitialdesignwouldserveasaguideonly.AftermakingthefeltpiecefromMerinoWool-Tops-therearemanybooksonthesubjectandZartArthasexcellentnotes-weproceededtoaddtoourmaskform.FormingthemaskshapeWeusedplasticmaskformsandaddedscrunchedandrolledpaperandcardwithplasticpackagingtapetoalterthesizeshapeandfeaturesoftheoriginalform.Thiswasrestedonalargepieceofplastic.Firstwetriedoutourpieceoffeltonthealteredmaskform.HowdiditdrapebestwhichsideshouldweusewillthepiecebebigenoughtocreaseandfoldwillwepushholesthroughforoureyesmouthWemadeasolutionofPVAandwaterabouthalfandhalfandsaturatedourfeltpiecebydippingitintothecontainer.Leavingthepiecequitewetwedrapeditoverthemaskformandhadfunarrangingre-arrangingcreasingfoldingandfinallyleavingthewetpiecetodry.DecoratingImadealargecollectionofmaterialsavailablefordecoration.Wehadlookedatseveralbooksandpostersanddecidedthatwewantedanaturallookforourmasksasopposedtoaglitzylookwithlotsofsequinsandglitter.Wefeltthatraffiastringwoolmorewool-topsbuttonsfeatherschenillestemsthreadswouldmakethemostsuitabledecorativematerials.Iwasdiligentinaddressingthepossibleapplicationsofeachofthematerialsoffered.Wediscussedhowwehadusedeachinthepastitssuitabilitytothisapplicationthedifferentwaysitcouldbeusedmostsuitablewaystoadhereittothemasketc.Thechildrenareusedtousingtwoormoredecorativematerialstogetherforexampleafeltshapebehindapaintedhalfpolyballattachedwithsmallpiecesoffeatherforaneye.Theyareusedtosharingideasandofferingadvicetoeachotheronthechoiceofcolourmaterialsuitableglueetc.Theyhavebeenencouragedtocontinuallyassesstheirworkinprogressandknowwhentostopratherthantocontinuetoadddecorationfordecorationssake.ConverselytheyareencouragedtoassesstheirworkinprogressandaskwhatmorecanIdoThisactivitywasagreatsuccesswithmyYear6children.Weworkedforsixweekstomakethefeltandcompletethemask.Attheendoftheprojectthechildrenvoicedagreatsenseofsatisfactionwiththeirwork.Theyhadexcelledintheircreativeuseofawidevarietyofmaterialstheyhadbeenencouragedtothinkabouttheirchoicesofcolourtheiruseofpatternandtextureandtheirmixofcontrastingandcomplementarycolourtomakeadynamicstatement.BeverleyHillsPrimarySchoolAselectionofmasksareondisplayatZartsStudentGallerythisterm. 4ZartExtra_Term42004profilearticleAssessmentinSchoolsAsamplefromprimarysecondaryschoolsHawthornWestPrimarySchoolhasintroducedPortfoliosasawayofcommunicatingchildrenslearningtoparents.Thischangeinourassessmentandreportingformatwasdesignedtopresentthechildrensachievementsinamoremeaningfulandeffectivemanner.Portfolioshavebecomepartofasequentialreportingprocessintheschoolprovidingalinkbetweentheteachingandlearningprocessintheclassroomandacrossallspecialistprograms.TheycontainsamplesofworkwhichrepresenttheCSFlevelthateachchildisworkingtowards.Someoftheseareassessmenttasksandaredesignedbytheteacherwhilstothersareselectedbythestudents.Everytermapieceofartworkisselectedtobeincludedinthechildrensportfolio.TheactivitiesarebasedupontheIntegratedUnitofworkbeingstudiedateachCSFlevel.ForexampletheprepscombinedpapercuttingandfoldingskillswithwoolthreadingtomakeadollfortheirunitonAllaboutMe.Afocusstatementandtaskdescriptionisprovidedforeachactivityalongwithspecificvisualartsskillsbeingtaughtatthatlevel.Theartworkincludedinthechildrensportfoliosisnotalwaysphotographednorisitnecessarilythefinalproduct.Apieceofthinkingpaperwithideasdraftsanddesignswhichshowtheprocessesbeingusedmaybetheselectedpiece.Thechildrenareencouragedtobeactivelyinvolvedinevaluatingandreflectingupontheirartwork.Thismaybecolouringinahappyorsadsmileyfaceorcompletingawrittenself-assessment.Intheuppergradesthechildrenareresponsibleforpresentingandphotographingtheirownworkandalsoassistwithorganisingthejuniorgrades.Overthecourseoftheyeareachchildsportfolioshouldcontainsamplesofworkwhichreflecttheirunderstandinganddevelopmentofvisualartselementsskillstechniquesandprocessesaswellastheirresponsetoothervisualartworks.Portfolioshavebeenverywellreceivedbytheparentcommunityandhaveprovidedaforumfordiscussionaboutchildrensunderstandingsandlearningstyles.ARTAssessmentTaskMyselfCSFLevel1FocusThefocusofthistermwasforthechildrentoengageinactivitiesthatwouldleadthemtoexploringtheirimaginationsexpressingtheirfeelingsandenjoyingcreatingandmaking.TaskThepurposeofthisactivitywasforthechildrentomakeapictureofthemselvesatschoolusingseveraldifferentprocessesandmaterials.Pastelswereusedtodrawthefacialfeaturesonapaperplatewithwoolpiecesthreadedthroughholesforthehair.Theythencutoutabodyfromatemplateandaddedarmsandlegsusingpaper-foldingskills.Priortothisactivitythechildrenweregivenopportunitiestostudyfacialfeaturesandexpressionsbylookingatarangeofphotosandpictures.Theyexperimentedwithpensandpastelsmakinglotsofmarksanddiscoveringavarietyoflinesandshapes.VisualArtSkillsExploredwaysofusingthematerialstocreateafaceUsedscissorswelltocutouttheclothingtemplateFoldedpaperstripstomakearmsandlegsAttitudesEffortS-sometimesU-usuallyC-consistentlyEnjoysexperimentingwithnewtechniquesandmaterialsParticipatesenthusiasticallythroughouttheactivityRequiredadditionalassistancetocompletetheactivitySharedanddiscussedtheirartworkwithothersBriefCriteriaPRIMARYASSESSMENTPORTFOLIOASSESSMENT.HAWTHORNWESTPRIMARYSCHOOLMicheleFreeland-SmallArtTeacherHawthornWestPrimarySchoolAssessmentTaskPuppetCharactersCSFLevel2FocusThefocusofthistermwastohelpthechildrenunderstandthatvisualartworkscanbetwo-dimensionalandthree-dimensionalandthateachareahasparticulartoolsmediaandtechniquestobelearnt.TaskThepurposeofthisactivitywasforthechildrentocreateahandpuppettobeusedlaterinrole-playsituations.Firsttheyappliedpapier-macheoverscrunchednewspapertomakethehead.Theyexploreddifferentwaysofdyeinganddecoratingfabrictomakesuitableclothing.Thefacialfeatureswerepaintedonandarangeoffibresandwoolswereusedforthehair.VisualArtSkillsJoinedscrunchednewspaperandacardboardcylinderwithmaskingtapeAppliedtornnewspaperdippedinwallpaperpastetoformthepapier-macheheadChoseappropriatecoloursandmaterialstodecoratethepuppetheadUsedarangeoffabricdyeingtechniquestodecoratethepuppetscostumeAttitudesandEffortS-sometimesU-usuallyC-consistentlyEnjoysexperimentingwithnewtechniquesandmediaManipulatesavarietyofmaterialstocreatedesiredeffectsEnthusiasticallyengagesintheactivityRequiresfurtherassistancethroughoutthisactivity.BriefCriteria profilearticlecontZartExtra_Term420045AssessmentTaskWeareAustralianCSFLevel4FocusThistermthechildrenexperimentedwithideasinmakingandpresentingtheirartwork.Theylookedatdistinguishingfeaturesofartworksthatlocatedtheminaparticulartimeplaceandculture.TaskFollowingavisittotheNGVwherethechildrensawartworksbyvariousAustralianartistswestudiedthepaintingOldStablesbyFrederickMcCubbin.UsingeitherterracottaclayorcardboardtheyreplicatedthestyleofearlyAustralianbushhuts.Slabswerethebasisoftheirconstructionregardlessofthematerialstheychose.Thisprojecttookthreeweekstocomplete.VisualArtSkillsUsedcorrectjoiningtechniqueswithslabsofclayShoweddecorativetechniquesofincisingandadditionUsedstrongjoinswiththecardboardhutsAppliedarangeofmaterialstodecoratetheirconstructionWorkHabitsParticipatedenthusiasticallythroughouttheactivityNeededtobekeptontaskinordertocompletetheprojectSharedideasandworkscollaborativelywithothersBriefCriteriaARTAssessmentTaskMarvellousMachines.CSFLevel3FocusThefocusofthistermwasforthechildrentoexperimentwiththeelementsofartandusethemtoexpresstheirideasandunderstandingsinavisualway.TaskThepurposeofthisactivitywasforthechildrentoexplorearangeofconstructionskillsandmaterialsandcreateanimaginarymachine.Thedesignstageinvolvedlookingatpicturesdiscussingideasandmakingpreliminarydrawings.Thechildrenthenembarkedonafour-weekprojecttobuildtheircreation.Thisinvolvedmanipulatingdifferenttypesofwoodcardboardandwirethenaddingarangeofadditionalmaterialsfordecoration.Cuttingandjoiningtechniqueswereamajorpartoftheprocess.Safetyproceduresinhandlingtoolssuchascopingsawsandgluegunswerealsoofgreatimportance.VisualArtSkillsShowedinitiativeinthedesignprocessSkilfullyusedappropriatejoiningmethodsSelectedcoloursanddecorativematerialstocomplementtheirartworkAttitudesEffortS-sometimesU-usuallyC-consistentlyEnjoyedexperimentingwithnewtechniquesmaterialsandprocessesUsedtoolssafelyParticipatedenthusiasticallythroughouttheactivityBriefCriteria Year7VisualCommunicationandDesignisacompulsorytermclass.Thecourseintroducesstudentstoinstrumentaldrawingcreativeproblemsolvingdesigningforadesignatedaudienceandutilizingadesignprocess.Gradingofsubmissionstakesaformatbaseduponthecriteriaspecifiedintheexerciseanddiscussedanddemonstratedinclass.ForexampleInstrumentalLinesexerciselinesat304560verticalhorizontalcompassconcentriccirclesandeccentriccirclesareeachgradedforcontrolofspecifiedlengthanglespacingandplacementandarefinishedinfineliner.Titletothepagedemonstratescontrolledletterformforspacingheightlegibilityincorporationofacreativestyleandneatpresentationincolour.Thepageisjudgedforitsbalanceitsfulfillmentofpresentationrequirementssuchasadherencetoguidelinesandsubtletyandincludesnameandlabels.Othergradingrequirementsmayincludeuniquesolutiontechnicalcontrolofmediasuitabilityforidentifiedaudiencecreativeuseofdesignprocessandideasgeneration.Eachofthesearegradedoutof2to5pointsandanexercisemighttotal30-60.Themethodlevelstheplayingfieldbetweenstudentswhoaretechnicallyadeptthosewhoareideaspeoplethosewhoarecreativebutmessy.6ZartExtra_Term42004profilearticlecontVisitusonlinewww.zartart.com.auZartArt.TheCompletePackage.PDWorkshopsTheZartExtraZartsStudentGallerysomuchmoreDiscussreasonsforconventionalpackagedesigninclassandwewilldiscussthedesignprocessforthispackage.YouwilldesignaNETor2DDEVELOPEMENTforacubeshapedpackagewithsidesmeasuring7cm.Nextyouwillalterthedesignsothatthecubenowhastwosidesthatcreateahouseshapebytheadditionofatriangle.Youwillworkoutwhattodototheothertwosidestocreatetheroof.Thepackageistoopenfromthebase.Tabswillbeusedwherethepackageistoglueandnotopen.Flapswillbedrawnwherethepackageistoopen.Flapsmustbedrawnbycompass.ThepackageNETmustbedrawninstrumentally.WatchyourplacementoftheNETontoyourpageoryouwillrunoutofspaceCuttingfollowingteacherapprovalwillhappenAFTERthepatternhasbeenappliedtothenet.Thepatternmaycontinuechangestyleontheflapsandroof.Thepatternsisselectedfromyourhomeworkexercise...EXERCISE2.Thepatternistobeappliedusingmarkersfinelinernotpencil.Itcanbeinblackonwhiteonlyoritmayincludetheadditionofonecolour.Cutthenetusingastencilknifeandmetalruleronacuttingmat.Youmayusescissorstocutroundtheflapsifnecessary.FoldsneedtobecrispPresentinconstructedformatneatlydecoratedandwriteyournameontheinsideflap.GOODLUCKDUEDATESECONDARYASSESSMENTVISUALCOMMUNICATIONDESIGN.BOXHILLHIGHSCHOOLEXERCISE4CREATIVEPACKAGECONSTRUCTIONBriefcriteriaEXERCISE4CriteriaforgradingNAMEFORMNetforcuberesult30CorrectlayoutSquaremeasurementsFlapstabscorrectTechnicalcontrolFoldscuttingPresentationCommentsTeacherSuzanneBlairBoxHillHighSchool term2004ZartExtra_Term420047OneofthetechniquesusedbySurrealistartistsinabidtoexploitthemystiqueofaccidentwasacollectivepaintingorcollageofimagescalledthecadavreexquisexquisitecorpse.Thiswasbasedonanoldparlourgameplayedbyseveralpeopleeachofwhomwouldwriteaphraseonasheetofpaperfoldthepapertoconcealpartofitandpassitontothenextplayerforhiscontribution.Inthisinstanceeachartisthadonehalfofacanvasboardtopainthalfafaceon.Whendryalightpencillinewasdrawnontotheblankhalfwheretheeyesmouthtopandbottomofthefaceshapebeganandended.Thepaintingwascoveredbeforepassingitontoanotherartistwhousedthelinesasguidestocompletethepainting.situatedatzarteducationserviceisZartsStudentGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels1-7.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailonjanzartart.com.auApolloParkwaysPrimarySchoolBotanicalArtBellevueParkPrimarySchoolPapierMacheBeverleyHillsPrimarySchoolBushHutsAndMasksCourtneyGardensPrimarySchoolMasksCamberwellGrammarJuniorSchoolExquisiteCorpsesMasksCoatesvillePrimarySchoolArtworksCranbourneSecondaryCollegeJeffereySmartCroydonNorthPrimarySchoolMasksDoncasterGardensPrimarySchoolTeapotsGlenroyWestPrimarySchoolMarionettesUgliesKeilorDownsPreSchoolModrocCreaturesKewPrimarySchoolFiremenKillesterCollegeReliefDrawingPrintmakingLutherCollegeJewelleryMalvernPrimarySchoolArtworksMelbourneBoysGrammarMasksPenolaCatholicCollegeTreeTrunksRowellynParkPrimarySchoolPiratesRuskinParkPrimarySchoolMarinePaintingsProfilesSevillePrimarySchoolImpressionistPaintingsStrathconaGirlsGrammarSeniorPrintsStrathconaGirlsGrammarJuniorHousesDegasExquisiteCorpsesDavidWilliamsonCamberwellGrammarZartsStudentgallerycamberwellgrammarjuniorschoolcranbournesecondarycollege 8ZartExtra_Term42004secondaryarticleImagineyourYr1011or12studentsbeingablenotonlytodesignandmakeanoutfitbutalsomakethepatterntofitthemperfectly.IhavebeenteachingtheSitammethodofpatternmakingforthelastthreeyearsaspartoftheVETCertIIIConceptDevelopmentofClothingProducts.Itstillastoundsmehowwellthismethodworksandhowstudentfriendlyitis.Asimplepieceofplasticwithafewcutoutsandlotsofnumberscanproduceablockthatwillfitthewearerwithonlylimitedmodificationrequired.IworkatElisabethMurdochCollegeandhavethepleasureofteachingstudentsnotonlyfrommyschoolbutalsomanyotherschoolsonthePeninsula.TheyattendourcollegeonWednesdayafternoonforthreehourswherethecoursecoversdesignsewingpatternmakingOccupationalHealthandSafetyandteamworkamongothercompetencies.StudentsfindthatthecoursecomplementsDesignTechnology.ByYr12manycanrelysolelyonmakingtheirownpatternssomuchsothatsomestudentsarefindingitdifficulttokeepupwiththemanyordersfromfriendsandcommercialoutlets.Wealsoencouragestudentstodoworkplacementtogainexperienceintheworkplace.WestartwithabasicbodicepatternandadaptthisintohoodedjumpersTshirtszippedjacketsetc.Usingthetrousersblockwemakehipsterpantsortrackies.Thingschicupwhenweusethefittedbodicepattern.Corsettopsjacketsandfashionabletopsarecreated.Dressestoweartoformalsandvaledictorydinnersarealsoproducedandrememberallthesepatternsaremadefromonesimplepieceofplastic.CassieCorvinohadherworkshownintheTopDesignsexhibitionatthemuseumlastyear.AsaYr11studentshewasabletoutilizetheskillsshelearntintheVETclassinYr10creatingaSpaceRaveoutfitusingthepatternmakingtechnique.Sheadaptedthefittedbodiceskirtandpantspatternstocreateaway-outcombinationofgeometricshapesinblackwhiteandhotpink.AsaresultofthehardworkofadedicatedteamandtheimportanceplacedonVETVocationalEducationTrainingandVCALVictorianCertificateofAppliedLearningprogramsatElisabethMurdochCollegetheAustralianGovernmenthasacknowledgeduswithfundingfortwonewskillscentres.ThiswillhelphundredsofstudentsacrosstheFrankstonandMorningtonPeninsularegionacquirevocationalandcareereducationaswellasknowledgeandexperiencebeforetheyleaveschool.FederalEducationandTrainingMinisterDrBrendanNelsonannouncedthefundingofmorethan61000foraClothingDesignSkillsCentreandaSportsRecreationSkillsCentreduringavisittotheCollege.FelicityWignallElisabethMurdochCollege NewProductsZartExtra_Term420049SolarEtchingPlatesReproduceanyimagewiththiseasytouseprintingmethod.PhotocopyanyimageontoasheetofacetateandplacecopyontotheSolarEtchingPlate.ExposetheplateandimagetoUVlightforjustminutes.AreasexposedtotheUVlightwillhardenandunexposedareaswillwashaway.Bestresultsaregainedwithoil-basedprintingink.Canbeusedforintaglioandreliefmethodsofprintmaking.15x21cmpktof8.128.70141.5710x15cmpktof16128.70141.57SolarEtchingPlateHolderThisplateholderwillkeepyouracetatecopyandSolarEtchingPlateinplacewhilstbeingexposedtotheUVlight.Each.............24.7527.23LAZERTRANLazertranisauniquenewtransferpaperdevelopedforseniorartstudents.Itcomprisesanultrathingossamerlayerbondedtocolourphotocopypaperwhichafterprintingcanbestrippedoffandtransferredtoothersurfaces.Theeffectsaremanyandvariedsinceitcanbeadheredtoglassceramicmetalwoodfabricandoilandacrylicpaintedsurfacesaswellaspaper.Theprocessisaformofcolourdyetransferwhichmakesuseoftherelativelystablecolourphotocopytonerdyes.AvailableinregularandinkjetsheetsinbothA4andA3.LazertranRegularA4pktof10.....44.8049.28LazertranInkjetA4pktof10.....44.8049.28LazertranSilkPaperA4pktof10.....44.8049.28solaretchingSpeedyCutCarvingBlockHaveyouevercarvedbutterThisprintingsheethastheeaseofcarvingintobutter.Uselinocarvingtoolstocreateintricatedesignsnotpossibleonlinoitisquickandeasytouse.Theblockmaybeusedbothsides.Small10.16x13.97cmEach..........6.356.99Large17.15x27.94cmEach.........16.0917.70SpuninAustraliafrom100Australianpurenewwool.92metresona50gball.Colourfast.SuitableforFeltingwhenknittedasitisnottreatedformachinewashability.Vibrantcolourfastshades.Tensionis22stitchesand30rowswhenmeasuredovera10centimetreofaslightlylargerknittedsquare.Needlesusedforan8plyare4mm.Assorted10s...25.2427.76SeetheHowtoKnitbook800forideasandeasyinstructionsfor50plusprojectsusingWoolbale.EachBook.....9.089.99WoolbaleWoolChenilleBumpsAssortedcolouredbumpsidealforconstructionandmaskmakingPktof100..........7.708.47italicpricesdonotincludegstBoldpricesincludeGST 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