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Term12005RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003Term12005RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003ZartExtraNewsletters2005Term1Term2Term3Term4 BlankPage Term12005RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003 NewProductsGreatnewproductsin2005ZartsStudentGalleryWhatsonandfeaturinginourGalleryforTerm12005covercontents2ZartExtra_Term12005ProfileWildThings3DMosaicSculpturePamelaIrvingpage5page7ProductDevelopmentLazertranDiscoverthetechniquesforapplyingdecalstoanysurfacespage8PrimaryArticleMonochromaticPaintingSouthGeelongPrimarySchoolpage10SecondaryArticleFacesLowtherHallGrammarSchoolpage3ZartArtSchoolWholesaleSupplierZartArtoffersanextensiverangeofresourcesartmaterialscraftandtechnologysupplies.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.ISSN14488450page11NewResourcespage12Artisticachievementislearninghowtounifydiverseelementsintocohesiveartworks.Forthistotakeplaceaplethoraofdifferentkindsofthinkingandfeelingsneedtomelttogethertoformawhole.Forasmallnumberofthepopulationartistictalentcomesnaturallyandintuitively.Howevermostofusrelyonthinkingstrategiestohelpustodiscoverwhatwedonotintuitivelyknow.Duringthe2005schoolyearmanyteacherswillbeemployingTheThinkingCurriculuminabidtobettereducateandpreparetheirstudentsforthedemandsofthe21stcentury.AreyouHerearesomequestionsyoucanaskyourselfaboutyourroleintheartlearningprocessAmIteachinglearningbydoingorartbycopyingAmIgivingopportunitiesforspontaneityAmIprovidinganemotionallysafeenvironmentthatistolerantandconducivetorisk-takingAmIprovidingarichenvironmentforthinkinglearningandcreatingeg.postersbooksfeelyboxesDoIhavetheabilitytodirectstudentthinkingDoIchallengestudentswithproblemsolvingthatwillresultinindividualsolutionstocomplexproblemsOramIhelpingtoraisethoughtprovokingquestionsthatwillchallengestudentstothinkoutsidetheboxAmIstretchingtheirthinkingthroughtheprocessesofplayingexperimentingdiscoveryanddiscussionAmIaskingquestionsabouttheuniquepropertiesthestrengthsandweaknessesofeachmediumtoolskillandmethodeg.thewhyhowandwhatifquestions.DoIallowstudentstodefineproblemsandsuggestsolutionsAnddoIfindpositivewaystochannelthesepositiveresponsesDoIallowstudentstothinkabouttheirthinkingeg.dowetalkaboutthetypeofthinkingIamchallengingstudentswitheg.criticalthinkingorcreativethinking.DoIaskopenendedquestionsDoIencourageclarificationofideasAmIallowingtimeforanddoIshowthevalueofself-reflectionAmIallowingtimeforstudentstoconsidertheimpactoftheirartisticchoicesandthejourneyoftheirownartisticgrowthAmIhelpingstudentstolearnhowtoconstructivelyevaluatetheirartworksandtheartworksofothersDoIallowtimeforpeergroupdiscussionDoIactasamentorguideorasaknow-it-allIfyouaredoingallthisthenyouareateacherofthe21stcenturyZartEducationServiceCreatinganIntelligence-friendlyArtRoomIMPORTANTDATESTERM12005InternationalYearofMicroCreditChineseYearoftheRooster20052005termonedatesActThursday27Januaryfriday8aprilNswFriday28Januaryfriday8aprileasternNswFriday4Februaryfriday8aprilwesternVicTuesday25Januaryfriday1aprilTasthursday10Februaryfriday27mayTaseasterbreakfriday25marchsunday3aprilSamonday31januaryfriday15aprilWamonday31januaryfriday8aprilNttuesday25januaryfriday1aprilQldmonday24januarythursday24Publicholidaysterm12005Australiadaywednesday26januaryLabourdaymonday7marchwaLabourdaymonday14marchvicEighthourdaymonday14marchtasCanberradaymonday21marchGoodfriday25marchEastermonday28marchZartartclosedforstocktakemonday27junetuesday28juneWednesday29juneEricOddleifsonPresidentfortheCentrefortheArtsintheBasicCurriculumstatesManypeopledonotassociatetheartswiththinking.Weareawareoftheartproduct-thesongthepicturetheplay-butlessawareoftheprocesswhichcreatestheproduct.Theartsarenotsomucharesultofinspirationandinnatetalentastheyareapersonscapacitiesforcreativethinkingandimaginingproblemsolvingcreativejudgementandahostofothermentalpro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ZartExtra_Term120053AselectionofmasksareondisplayatZartsStudentGallerythisterm.Faces-fromRealismtoFauvismandCubismTheaimofthisunitwastobroadenstudentsunderstandingofdifferenttechniquesandemphasisusedbyartistswhenmakingartworkswithparticularfocusonFauvistandCubistpainters.Theinitialtaskwastocompleteatonalrealisticdrawingofoneoftheirfriendsinclasstheaimbeingonrecordingwhatisseen.Drawingwastobefromdirectobservationusingcharcoalandwhitechalkconcentratingonformandproportion.OncompletionofthisstudentsbeganmoreexploratorytasksbasedontheworkoftheFauvistandCubistartists.Thissecondtaskbecamemorechallengingasstudentswereaskedtoworkfromanidenticalphotocopiedimageofaface.Theywereaskedtotracetheimageinpencilandcreateenclosedlinedshapeswheretheyperceivedthetoneofthefacechangedfromlighttodark.Whentheoutlineswerecompletedthedrawingwastransferredontoasmallpieceofwatercolourpaper.Studentswerethentaughtsomeofthefeaturesofgouacheandlearnthowtoachieveanintensityofcolourbeforecontinuingwiththeirindividualpieces.WediscussedthenatureofFauvismandstudentswereintroducedtotheartworkofMatisseDufyManguinDerainVlaminckRoualttostimulatetheirthinkingandbroadentheirideas.TheywerethenaskedtodeveloptheirownpersonalisedinterpretationofthefaceusingsomeoftheFauvistprincipleswhichwererawcolouroftenstraightfromthetubewithverylittlemixingcolourshouldbeboldandstimulatingtotheeyebrushstrokesarelooseandpainterlythecreationofashortenedpictureplainThethirdexploratorytaskintroducedstudentstotheartworkoftheCubists-PicassoBraqueLegerandDelaunay.Studentswereaskedtousethesameimageofafacefromtheprevioustaskandbeginbytracingthefaceontopaper.Thislinedrawingwasthencut-upusingstraightcutswiththescissorsintofourorfivesimpleshapes.FacesfromRealismtoFauvismandCubismLowtherHallAnglicanGrammarSchoolEssendonSecondaryarticle SecondaryarticlecontTheshapeswerepastedontopaperwithbutnotnecessarilyformingtheshapethelinesonlyhadtosuggesttheface.Wherethereweregapsinthedrawingstudentscouldtraceotheraspectsofthefacefromtheoriginaltracedfaceorrepeatpartsofthedrawing.Thisdrawingcouldbeassimpleorascomplicatedasdeterminedbythestudent.OncompletionofthisdrawingwediscussedsomeoftheprinciplesofCubismwhichwereacomplexbreakingupofformstodeconstructandreconstructsacrificingcolourtoformpreferenceofmonochromaticcolourschemeintroductionofcollagematerialsStudentswereaskedtodeveloptheirownversionofasmallcubistartwork.Oncompletionofthisworkstudentswerethenrequiredtocriticallyevaluatetheworktheyhadundertaken.Studentsdiscussedanddebatedwhatworkedbestandwhy.Theyweremostinterestedinthepersonalvariationsthatoccurredwithintheclassandbegantoappreciatewhatachangeinemphasiscoulddo.Thefinaltaskinthisunitwastocreatealargeportraitoftheirsubjectchoiceoncanvasboardusingoneofthetechniquesexploredbutinsteadofusinggouachetheywereintroducedtoacrylicpaint.Theywereencouragedtocompleteanumberoftrialsbeforebeginningtheirworktoworkoutcolourcombinationsandpossiblesolutions.Studentsenjoyedtheunitbecauseitenabledthemtoworkindependentlyandachievesuccess.AstheirteacherIlovedlisteningtothediscussionsaboutcolourandcompositionbecauseithappenednaturallyinclass.Theartworksproducedwerepersonalcolourfulvariedandimpressive.YvonneOConnellHeadofVisualArtsLowtherHallAnglicanGrammarSchoolEssendonThewinneroftheBangandOlufsenphonewasselectedatrandomattheendofourChristmasbuyingseason.ThankyoutoallourvaluedcustomerswhoplacedtheirChristmasorderwithus.WithyoursupportZartArthadmuchpleasureindonatingtoSavetheChildrenVictoria.4ZartExtra_Term12005TheWINNERWINNERoftheZartArtSavetheChildrenChristmasOrderDrawisBalwynNorthPrimarySchoolPrincipalGraemeLaneandclassteacherEdwinaBateupacceptingtheprize. profileZartExtra_Term120055WildThingsAimsofthisunitForstudentstoextendtheirknowledgeofmosaicsandbeintroducedto3Dmosaicforms.ForTeacherstomastermosaicsculpturetechniquesandtakethemintoanyclasslevelandvarythem.Thetechniqueslearntinthisunitcanbeappliedfrompreptoyear12.Thevariationscouldbethematicsizevariationsreliefworkratherthan3dimensionaletc.Thetechniquescanalsobeemployedforflatwallpieces.Therearealsoapplicationsforcollaborativepracticeaswellasindividualorsmallgroups.OutcomesofthisunitStudentswilllearnhowtoconstructaformusingchickenwirecoverthisformwithSculptItmakingitstronganddurablesuccessfullydecoratethisformwithmosaictilesgrouttheformSmallchildrenwilldeveloptheirfinemotorskillswiththisactivity.Olderstudentscanapproach3Dmosaicsthematicallytoproduceabodyofworkforfoliopresentation.Allstudentswilllearnthatthereisaprocessinmakingartandthatthemosaicprocessisquitelabourintensive.InitiatingtheprojectFirstlyinspireyourstudents.Showthestudentsinspirationalpicturesmadebyotherartists.Gatherresourcessuchasbooksonmythologicalcreaturesandwonderfulchildrensbooksandtheirillustrations.Readthemastorywhichtheycaninterpretforthemselves.Showthemanarrayofthewonderfulmosaicenvironmentswhichhavebeencreatedaroundtheworld.StartingpointsYoucouldtakeathematicapproachtomaking3Dsculpturalmosaicpieces.ThemythsofGreeceandRomecouldforexampleinspirethem.UselibrarybooksandthenettoexploretheamazingcreaturesandpeopleoftheAncientGreekandRomanmyths.ThehistoryteachermaywanttoundertakeajointprojectGivethestudentsacopyofastoryofanancientmythandaskthemtomaketheformforexamplethestoriesofZeusashemetamorphosesintoananimal.Forlowerprimaryusethewildthingsoftheirimaginationsandaskthestudentstowriteastoryabouttheircreaturesorallthecreaturesmadebytheclass.Itcouldbedoneinconjunctionwiththeirclassroomteacher.Theycouldcreatetheirownbookwiththestoriesandcreatures.Givethestudentsalistofzanycharacteristicsandencouragethemtogowildcreatingawildthingforexampleacreaturewithsixlegsthreeeyesgreenhairandashorttail.Theywillallinterpretthesecreaturesdifferently.Makeaclasssculptureorreliefwallpiece.Engagethestudentsincollaboration.PamelaIrvingWildThings3DMosaicSculpturecont profilecont.6ZartExtra_Term12005ThTheTechniques1.Studentsdesigntheirwildthingbydrawingit.2.StudentsmaketheirwildthingusingChickenwirejoinedwithArmatureWireandstuffedwithnewspaper.Emphasizetothestudentsthatthestrongerthebasethestrongertheoverallsculptureswillbe.Itisessentialthatthewireobjectisstrongtoholdtheweightofthemosaicsandgrout.Forveryyoungstudentswhocouldnotmanagechickenwireabaseformsuchasjuicebottlesmilkcontainersetccanbeusedcombinedwithotherformslikeplasticconesflowerpotsetc.tomaketheshape.YoustillneedtoensurethattheformisstrongbeforeapplyingtheSculpt-Itandtiles.3.DemonstratemixingandapplyingSculpt-Ittothesurfaceofawireconstruction.TheSculpt-Itshouldbeabouttheconsistencyofdough.Dontmakehugequantitiesatoncerathermakeasyouneedit.WhentheconstructioniscompletelycoveredwithSculptItsetitasidetodry.4.Teachthestudentstheartofapplyingmosaics.Themosaicscanbetilesbuttonsbottletopsetc.Showthestudentsbooksonmosaicsandwhatcanbeachieved.Discusswaysofapplyingthetilesforexampleorderedrandomclosetogetherfurtherapart.Thereisnorightorwrongway.UseMasticAdhesiveorSupertactoglueeachtileontothemodel.5.Whenthemosaicshavebeenappliedallovertheformandlefttodryforatleastonedaytheymaybegrouted.Makesurethatenoughtimeisallowedforthisactivity.MixupthegroutwithwaterorforaddedstrengthuseLatexAdditive.Useasoftclotheg.oldtoweltoapplythegroutandfillallthespacesbetweenthetiles.Pushthegroutfirmlyintoallthespacesscrapeoffanyexcessthenasthegroutsetsuseadampspongetogentlywashbacktheremainingexcessgrout.Ifgroutisnotwipedoffintimeitdriesandbecomesalmostimpossibletoremove.MaterialsChickenwireArmatureWireWirecuttersoroldscissorsNewspaperSculpt-itMosaictilesButtonsshellsspringsPopsticksforapplyingtileadhesiveMasticAdhesiveorSupertacTilecuttersorifnotavailablehammersSafetyEyeGogglesGroutLatexAdditiveRagsforgroutoldtowelsandwindcheatersarebestResourcesWebsitesMosaicsMattershttpwww.mosaicmatters.co.ukPamelaIrvingwww.pamelairving.com.auNekChandhttpwww.rawvision.comnekchandnekchand.htmlRawVisionMagazineorthewebsitewww.rawvision.comBooksCreativeMosaicsbyMonicaCresciMakingMosaicsbyLeslieDierksMosaicsbyKaffeFassettCandaceBahouthRawCreationbyJohnMaizels ONEsituatedatzarteducationserviceisZartsStudentGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels1-7.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailonjanzartart.com.auJudiRobertsonHaileyburyCollegeBrighton95980588ZartsStudentGallerymasksbanksiasecondarycollegeterm2005clocksmelbournegrammarschoolMiddleyearsstudentsatHaileyburyCastlefieldmadethesekitesduringaVisualArtrotation.TheyweredesignedforuseintheHaileyburyTattooaspropsforadramaticproductionofSadakoandthe1000Cranes.StudentswereinitiallyprovidedwithadesignbriefrequiringthemtoresearchandconstructaTyvekkitewhichfeaturedtraditionalJapanesedesignelementsandwhichcouldbeeasilycarriedbyaJuniorschoolstudenttogivetheappearanceofastylizedkiteinmotion.TheA3kitedesignswereinitiallyenlargedandtransferredontolargeTyveksquaresusingagridtechniquebeforebeingoutlinedinblackpermanentmarkerandpainted.Twocoatsofpaintwererequiredanddesignswerefinishedoffwiththeapplicationofablackpaintedoutline.Thefinisheddesignswerethencutoutandspraypaintedonthereverseside.Floristwirewasattachedwithmaskingtapetoreinforcetheedges.HeavycardboardstripsandcolouredPaperStrippingwereusedtoattachthekitestolongbamboopolesJapaneseKitesMelbourneGirlsGrammarJnrFeltAnimalsWaverleyChristianCollegeFacesIvanhoeGirlsGrammarJnrArtMovementTheHumanBodyMullaunaSecondaryCollegeClayPolesCareyGrammarDonvaleOlympicPlaquesNiddriePrimarySchoolArtandthePhotocopierMontpellierPrimarySchoolMicrocrystallineWaxModelsRosannaPrimarySchoolClownsEastbournePrimarySchoolMasksTotemsDingleyPrimarySchoolYearofRiceBanksiaSecondaryCollegeCarnivalMasksDonvaleChristianCollegePrintsFrankstonHighSchoolTeaPotsGeelongSouthPrimarySchoolLandscapesStillLifeHaileyburyCollegeBrightonJapaneseKitesLittleYarraSteinerSchoolPastelWorkLowtherHallFromRealismToFantasyLowtherHallTextureInArtStBrigidPrimarySchoolBallanPapierMacheTheGrangeP-12ChessSetsZartExtra_Term120057 8ZartExtra_Term12005LazertranTransferanimageontoanysurfaceAwaterslidepaperthatallowsthetransferoffullcolourimagesontoalmostanysurfaceincludingpapercanvasfabricwaxceramictilesglassPerspexsheetmetalplasterwoodorstone.RegularLazertranhasthreelayersathinacrylicdecallayeragluelayerandabluishbackingpaper.Theacrylicdecallayeristheshinysidethattakestheimage.Thegluelayersticksthedecaltothesurfaceyouaretransferringon.Thebackingsheetholdseverythingtogetheruntilthetransparentdecalisapplied.RegularLazertrandecalscanbeappliedfaceuporfacedowndependingontheapplication.Ifapplyingthedecalfacedowntheimagemustbecopiedontothedecalpaperinreverseifitfeatureswordssymbolsornumbers.Forfaceupdecalapplicationstheimageyouseeisthefinalimage.Poroussurfacesneedtobeprimedwithanacrylicmediumwhereasnon-poroussurfacesdonotneedtobeprimed.Imagesanddesignscanbeprotectedaftertheyhavebeentransferredwithavarnish.1.Stretchyourpaperorcanvasoveraflatboard.PrimethecanvaswithacrylicprimerandforpapersealwithBinderMediumtoavoidcocklingandtoincreasethemobilityofthetransfer.2.PhotocopydesiredimageontotheLazertransheet.Trimyourimagetothesizerequired.3.SlidethesheetofLazertranintoacleanwaterbathandallowtosoakforaminute.Thebackingsheetwillfalltothebottomofthebath.4.ApplyafreshcoatofBinderMediumtotheareayouwishtofixtheimageto.5.CarefullypickuptheLazertranfilmfromthewateritwilltendtocurlup.6.LaytheLazertranontothewetBinderMedium.Positionyourimagethencarefullyexpelairbubbleswitharoller.7.Allowtodryflatovernight.BinderMediummaybeappliedtogiveaflatfinish.Acrylicoilgouacheorwatercolourpaintmaybeappliedtothesurfacetofinish.NB.UseLazertranInkjetwiththesamemethodasRegular.ImageisprintedonanInkjetPrinter.TouseLazertranRegular acactivitiescont.ZartExtra_Term1200591.Ironthesilkflat.2.PhotcopydesiredimageontotheLazertransheet.Trimyourimagetosizerequired.3.PlacetheLazertranfacedownonthefabric.SetirontoamediumheatandcoverLazertranwithparchmentpaper.Gentlyironovertheimageuntilitissecurelyattachedtothefabric.3.Placethesilkincleanwaterpapersidedownandleaveuntilthepaperfallsofforalternativelyuseaspongetowetthebackingsheetuntilitpeelsoff.4.Liftthesilkcarefullyfromthewaterandwipethefabricwithaspongetoremoveanyexcessglue.Laythefabricfacedownontoacloth.5.Coverwithasheetofparchmentpaper.Allowtheirontocoolandthenirongentlyfromthebacktodrythesilk.6.Whendryreturntheirontohotturnthesilkoverandplaceasheetofparchmentpaperovertheimage.7.Ironthroughthepaperthenallowtocool.Thenpeeltheparchmentpaperaway.TofixLazertrantoglassceramictilesPerspexandshinysheetmetalFornon-absorbentshinysurfacesnoglueotherthanthegumonthebackofthetransferisrequired.SimplysoakLazertraninwaterandslidethetransferontothecarrier.Expelallairbubbleswitharubbersqueegeeandallowtodry24hours.Theimagecanbevarnishedforprotectionwithbothacrylicandoilbasedvarnish.TobakeLazertranRegularonceramicsglassandmetaltogiveahardwaterprooffinishCopytheimageinreverse.PutthesheetofLazertranRegularwiththeimagesoninawarmdomesticovenforonetotwominutestomakesurethetonersarecompletelyfusedonthepaperbeforecuttingandsoakinginwater.Thiswillavoidsmallbubbleslater.Soakthetransferoffandapplyfacedowntonersnexttotheceramicsandwashawayanygumonthesurfaceofthedecal.Putinadomesticovenonverylowwiththedooropentodryoutfor15minutesthenclosethedoorforafurther15minutes.Thenincreasethetemperatureasslowlyaspossibleoveraboutanhourandahalfuntilthedecalmeltsabout200degCelsius.Thefinishshouldhaveahardglazedappearance.TouseLazertranSilkThismethodproducesabeautifulresultforsurfacepattern.Itwillnotstiffenthesilkaroundtheimageallowingtheclothtoflownaturally.Thesilkcanberinsedinwarmwaterbutwillnottakeavigorouswash.LazertranRegularmaybeusedonheavierfabricsandtapestrycanvas. primaryarticle10ZartExtra_Term12005BackgroundIteachArtattwoschools-SouthGeelongPrimarySchoolasuburbanschoolandLethbridgePrimarySchoolaruralschool20minutesfromGeelong.Thefacilitiesaretotallydifferentbuttheenthusiasmandcreativityofchildreninbothschoolsisexcellent.VisualArtsishighlyvaluedatthesetwoschoolsanditisseenasavitalpartofthecurriculum.ToeaseplanningtimeIsometimesusesimilarmediumsatbothschoolsbutwithdifferenttopicsandemphasis.SouthGeelongPrimarySchool5x1hourlessonsWelookedatexamplesfromvariousZartArtPacksanddiscussedhowartistsvaryasinglecolour.Iintroducedthetermmonochromaticcolourtodescribevariousshadesoftheonecolour.Initiallychildrenexperimentedusingonecolourandaddedblackandorwhitetocreateasmanyshadesandtonesaspossible.Someformedthisinstraightlinessomepaintedcirclesandothersmadepatches.Theyenjoyedthischallengeandweredelightedwiththerangeofshadestheywereabletocreate.Theircreationsalsoresembledabstractartandsotheywereabletoappreciatethatartisntalwaysaboutthefinalproductbutthattheprocessesofgettingtherearealsoimportant.Wethendiscussedhowtheshadesofcolourcouldgiveathree-dimensionaleffectandevokeemotion.Childrenwerechallengedtopaintasceneusingmonochromaticcolourstoexpressanemotion.Followingonfromthiswelookedatcommoneverydayobjectsandeventhoughweknowthattheyareonecolourweobservedthedifferencemadebylightandshade.Thechildreninitiallysketchedtheseobjectsjugfunnelpaintbottlevasemugetc...usingpenciltoshade.Inthenextlessonthechildrenwerechallengedtopainttheseeverydayobjectsusingtheirnewlyacquiredknowledgeofmonochromaticcolours.PresentationWearewithinwalkingdistancetotheGeelongArtGalleryandsohaveeasyaccesstomanyexcellentformalworksofart.Wediscussedhowthepresentationofartworkscouldaddtotheirimpact.Contrastingandcomplimentarycoloursandtheuseofshapeandlineinpresentationwerealsodiscussed.Thepaintingsoftheeverydayobjectswerecarefullycutout.ThechildrenthenusedvarioussizesofCoverPaperandKinderCirclesforthepresentationoftheirartworks.Theyalsohadaccesstofancy-edgedscissorsandrulerstouseforextraeffect.Thechildrenwereamazedatthefinalartworkandpleasedwiththemanyglowingcommentsfromotherstudentsparentsteachersandvisitorstotheschool.LethbridgePrimarySchoolItaughtasimilarunittotheaboveatLethbridgelastyearandsodecidedtodevelopitfurtherthisyear.Thechildrenrevisedknowledgeofcoloursandshadethroughfreeexperimentation.Welookedatourownsurroundinglandscapephotosandartworksshowinghowcolourisaffectedbydistanceatmosphereetc.andviceversa.Wealsodiscussedthelayersofviewswithineachscene.Thechildrendrewabout8-10linestodistinguishthelayersofviewsinalandscapeacalendarofphotographedlandscapescameinhandyhere.Theywerethenchallengedtopainteachsectioninmonochromaticcoloursgoingfromlightestskytodarkestforeground.PresentationIdecidedtousethescrapbookingideaofafracturedlandscapeforpresentation.Childrenruledlinesonthebackoftheirpagesandcreated16rectangles.Thesewerenumberedsequentiallyandonestripwascutoutatatimeandgluedontocontrastingorcomplimentarybackgroundpaperonerectangleatatime.Somechildrendidmixuparectangleortwobutthisaddedtotheeffect.Ialwaysemphasizetothechildrenthattheirartisneverwrongbutdifferentandsoperceivedmistakesareanewideaandtotallyaccepted.ThechildrenwereexcitedwiththeirfinishedcreationsandmanyweredisplayedattheGeelongShow.MONOCHROMATICPAINTINGClareCarrollSouthGeelongPrimarySchool NewProductsZartExtra_Term1200511italicpricesdonotincludegstBoldpricesincludeGSTINSTANTSILKDYEInstantdyesforallnaturalfibres.Abrilliantrangeof12vibrantcolours.Paintondyesforallnaturalfibrefabricssilkcotton.Washresistantnoadditionalfixingrequiredsoeasyforbeginners.Maintainssoftnessandsupplenessoffabric.Waterbasedandintermixable.In100mlbottle.ColoursavailableareYellowGoldenYellowBrickRedPinkPurpleVioletNavyTurquoiseOliveGreenBrownorBlack.100ml......8.178.99Makespaintingfunandeasyforyoungchildren.ChromaKidzisdesignedforpreschoolchildren.Itissuitableforworksonpaperandgreatforfingerpainting.Quickdryingandnontoxic.Ithasbeendesignedtowasheasilyoutofchildrensclothing.Howeversomefabricsmayretainstainssowearprotectiveclothing.Removeaccidentalstainswithcoldwateranddetergentandhandwashwithlaundrysoap.Soakstubbornstainsovernightincoldwater.ColoursavailableareRedBlueYellowWhiteBlackBrownGreenMagentaPurpleOrange.2litres.............................6.507.15CHROMAKIDZPAINTROYMACCHUNKYBRUSHESIdealforsmallhandstograsp.Normallyeach......1.401.54Special.............0.961.06SoftCutCarvingBlockThisprintingblockhastheeaseofcarvingintobutter.Uselino-carvingtoolstocreateintricatedesignsnotpossibleonlino.Itisquickandeasytouse.Theblockmaybeusedbothsidesandisflexibleenoughtoprintontocurvedsurfaces.Usetheblocktoprintdesignsontopaperfabricorcanvas.11x11cmeach.......3.323.6515x21cmeach......9.8010.78NEWPaintforPre-SchoolsTERM1SPECIAL NewResources12ZartExtra_Term12005newresourcesblueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTTheVisualArtsBookAnneBamfordAninnovativeresourceforVisualArtstudentsinYears7-10.Itprovidesacarefullystructuredbutflexibleapproachpresentingimagesinformationandideasthatenablestudentstodevelopinterestingapplicationsoftheirartisticknowledgeandskills.Thisbookencouragesstudentstofindcreativeandfunwaystoexcitetheirinterestinartwhileadvancingthemtohigherorderthinkingthroughtheselectionofthoughtprovokingmaterial.Thetextfocusesonthedevelopmentofcriticalthinkingbyengagingstudentsinartmakingandappreciatingtasks.112pp........44.5048.95TransferringDesignsSimonRaw-ReesandMickKellyStunningdesignscanbecreatedeasilyusingamazinglysimpletransfertechniques.Justchooseanimagephotocopyitthentransferitontofabricglassmetalpolymerclayceramicsplasterpaperevenwax.Thetransferredimagesaretransparentsobeautifuleffectscanbeachievedwhentheyarelaidontotexturedrocksorweatheredwood.64pp........24.5026.95StreetLogosTristanMancoThisisaninternationalcelebrationofthedevelopmentsin21stcenturygraffiti.FromStockholmtoTokyoBarcelonatoLosAngelesMelbournetoMilanwallspacesareabreedinggroundforgraphicandtypographicformsasartistsunleashtheircreations.Currentgraffitiartismorereflectiveoftheworldaroundit.Anessentialsourcebookforallartanddesignstudents.112pp.........27.2730.00TheNewBookofImageTransferDebbaHaupertThisbookcoversthebasictechniqueofusingLazertrantransferpaper.Thismaterialallowsyoutotransferanyblackandwhiteorcolouredimagesphotographsdrawingsorinkjetprintsontovirtuallyanysurfacefromfabrictoglass.InthisbookallthreeLazertranproductsRegularInkjetandSilkareusedinavarietyoftechniquesforapplyingdecalstoawiderangeofsurfaces.176pp........36.3239.95Discovergreatartwhileplayingtwofavouritecardgamestwoclassicgamesofstrategymemoryandartappreciation.GoFishandConcentrationarefavouritecardgamesforallages.IntheRenaissanceArtGameplayersfishforartbyMichelangeloLeonardodaVinciRaphaelBotticelliandFraAngelico.InConcentrationplayerswinbymatchingdifferentworksofartbythesameRenaissancemaster.IntheVanGoghandFriendsArtGameplayersfishforartbysixofthemostbelovedartistsofalltimeVanGoghGauguinCezanneSeuratRousseauandToulouse-Lautrec.InConcentrationplayerswinbymatchingdifferentworksofartbythesameartist.IntheImpressionistArtGameplayersfishforartbyMonetRenoirDegasPissarroManetCaillebotteandtwoextraordinarywomenartistsMaryCassattandBertheMorisot.InConcentrationplayerswinbymatchingdifferentworksofartbythesameartist.Thenreadfunandfascinatingstoriesabouttheartistsineachgamesscompanionartbook.Learnthestorybehindeachpaintingandfunfactsabouttheartists.WhydidLeonardodaVinciwritebackwardsWhopunchedMichelangelointhenoseWhydidVanGoghcutoffpartofhisearWhatartistbelievedhisdeadwifesspirithelpedhimpaintWhichartistwantedtopaintthewayabirdsingsHowdidtheImpressionistgettheirnamefromacriticwhowantedtoinsultthemEachgameincludesafull-colourartbookandadeckof36playingcardspackagedinatreasurebox.TheImpressionistArtGameeach.........45.4149.95TheRenaissanceArtGameeach.........45.4149.95TheVanGoghFriendsArtGameeach.........45.4149.95BookSpotlightArtGAMES 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page10PrimaryArticleAntonioGaudiStrathconaBaptistGirlsGrammarNewproductsExplorethemanystartingpointsfrompapiermacheproductsNewPublicationsAbstractAustraliaMakingWavesinArtRegisteredbyAustralcover2ZartExtra_Term22005contentsSecondaryArticleThreeDimensionalFormsinArtDesignVermontSecondaryCollegepage6page8ZartsStudentGalleryWhatsonandfeaturinginourGalleryforTerm22005.page9ProfileFromHongKongtotheKimberleysLookinsideaHallsCreekclassroom.page3ZartArtSchoolWholesaleSupplierZartArtoffersanextensiverangeofresourcesartmaterialscraftandtechnologysupplies.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.ISSN14488450WhatsHappeningatZartArtinTermTwoZartArtwillbeclosedforstocktakefromjune27th2005to2ndjuly2005weappreciateyourcooperation.ZartExpoTheAnnualZartSalewillbeonFridaythe8thofJuly.Remember-comeearlyandpickupabargainortwoAlsothroughoutthedaytherewillbefreeproductdemonstrations...pleaseseepage7formoreinformation.BookWeek2005...celebratesthethemeofreadingrocks.ThechildrensBookcouncilhaveannouncedtheshortlistedbooksfor2005.pleaseseewww.cbc.org.auforlistings.Zesbookweekworkshopsstartfromthe23rdofMayandrunthroughtotheendofJulytheseincludeInterstatelocations.Pleaserefertoyourterm2workshopinsertorourwebsiteforup-to-dateworkshopdetailswww.zartart.com.ausourcessaicArtrtinCheekisbookcombinesthevisualnspirationofasourcebookwithhedifferentTheChildrensBookCouncilschoiceofthemefor2005ReadingRocksengagesapopularcolloquialismusedbyyoungpeopleoftoday.MrSmithrocksHoldenrulesorJohnscoolwhichdescribessomeoneorsomethingasbeingfantasticmarvellouswonderfuletc.ThisyearemanyBookSpotlightBOOKWEEK2005ReadingRpage11NewResourcesBookWeek2005ceramicstoembroiderytoartappreciation.page12HaveyouevertriedlookingforartresourcesonAustraliaandfailedThistermZartArthasthepleasureofintroducingthreenewresourcestoassistteachersintheirstudiesofAustralia.TheseresourcesareAustralianWaterArtPackAbstractAustraliaMakingWavesinArtAustralianWaterArtPack178821stCenturycontains12fullcolourA3sizeprintsofAustralianworksbyAustralianartistsinaplasticfolder.Accompanyingtheseartworksarecomprehensiveteachersnotesandsuggestedartactivitiesforstudents.ThisartpackissuitableforprimaryandsecondarystudentsandmaybeusedinthevisualartsandSOSEhistorysocialstudiescurriculum.Librariansartgroupsandstudentswhoareconductingtheirownresearchwillalsofindthemveryuseful.AlreadyavailableinthisseriesofartpacksareFacesandLandscapes.AdjuncttothisseriesisanothervaluableresourcetheAustralianIndigenousArtPackwhichfeaturesbothmodernandtraditionalAboriginalartworks.AbstractAustraliaisatextwrittenbyHeatherLeeandespeciallydesignedforprimaryandearlysecondaryclassroomandspecialistartteachers.TheworksofsignificantAustralianlandscapeartistsareusedasastartingpointfromwhichstudentsdeveloptheirownartisticresponse.ItexposesstudentstotheworksofFredWilliamsandJohnOlsenwhoinventednewwaysofseeingthelineshapeandtextureoftheAustralianlandscape.ItlooksatDaleHickeyandJanetDawsonwhodefytraditionalconceptsofcolourandpatterntoexploreatmosphereandcharacter.ItexaminestheworksofMargaretPrestonwhobelievesthatnationalartforAustraliacanonlycomeaboutthroughanunderstandingofAustralianAboriginalvisualartandculture.MakingWavesinArtisanewprimaryschoolresourcewrittenbyKateHart.AustraliaisgirtbyseaandmostAustraliansliveonthecoast.Thisbookallowsteachersandtheirstudentstoinvestigateandcelebrateallaspectsofseaandcoastalliferealandimaginary.FromTheEndeavourtowindsurfingormonstersofthedeeptomoodsoftheseaandlighthousesKatetakesusonajourneyofexplorationthatwillenhancetheartisticresponseofyounglearners.Thisbookissuitableforbothartspecialistsandclassroomt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ZartExtra_Term220053GaudiprimaryarticleAntoniotoprovidestudentswithanoverviewofGaudislifetoallowthemtogainanunderstandingofthedevelopmentofhisworkandtheinspirationforhisideastoextendthestudentsideasonarchitectureincorporatingGaudistechniquestouseGaudisworkasinspirationfor2DdesignsandtodevelopceramicsculpturesfromthemAimsofthisUnitBackgroundIteachArtandDramaatStrathconaBaptistGirlsGrammarSchoolwherewehaveexcellentfacilitiesandahighlyvaluedArtsProgram.IrecentlyspentfourweeksinSpainincludingaweekinBarcelonastudyingthearchitectureofAntonioGaudi.FromthisfieldtripIdevelopedaunitofworkforYear5inwhichthestudentswereimmersedinthelifeideasandarchitectureofthisamazingandeccentricartist.SusanClarkeArtTeacherStrathconaBaptistGirlsGrammar 4ZartExtra_Term22005primaryarticlecontStageOneResearchStudentsresearchGaudipresentingfivefactsabouthislifeandwork.Theycanusethelibraryorinternetsitessuchaswww.cyberspain.compassiongaudi.htmDuringeachlessononechapterofashortbiographyofGaudiisreadinordertobuildupanunderstandingofhowhisideasandstylehavedevelopedandwhatinfluencesthem.WatchaDVDonGaudiinordertogainmoreknowledgeandsketchdifferentideasfromhisworkwhileviewingitonthescreen.StageTwo2DdesignsStudentsdesigntheirownbuildingbydrawingitkeepinginmindtheorganicformsthatinspiredGaudithelackofstraightlinesandhiscreativeuseofmosaicandcolour.Theyareremindedthattheirfinaldesignwillbeconstructedinclay.AIRMAILStageThreeMajor3DworkStudentsconstructa3Dclaymodelofabuildingbasedontheir2Dimages.Atthisstageitisimportanttore-visitclaytechniquessuchasemphasisonslabthicknessandjoiningmethods.Encouragethemtodeveloptheirowntechniquestocreatetheformtheywanteg.twistclaytocreateacurvedsurface.Allowexperimentationwiththeuseofglassinclayitdripsdownwhenpressedinverticallyandcreatesglasslakeswhenpressedhorizontally.StageFourHelpstudentsrealisetheimportanceofcolourandpatternindecoration.PainttheirformwithChromacrylPaint.MaterialscartridgeArtlineliquidcrayonswhiteearthenwareglassmosaicsChromacrylpaintsP.V.A.ResourcesBooksBarcelonaTellusaboutGaudiMynameisAntonioGaudiM.aVictoriaMolinsstjFantasyWorldsDeidivonSchaewenJohnMaizelsSPAINBarcelonaSusanClarkeArtTeacherStrathconaBaptistGirlsGrammar publicationsZartExtra_Term220055TheAustralianWaterArtPack178821stCenturycontains12fullcolourA3sizeprintsofAustralianworksbyAustralianartistsinaplasticfolder.TheartworkshavebeenselectedfrommajorgalleriesaroundAustraliatoshowthehistoricaldevelopmentofthiscountrythroughtheeyesofAustralianartists.Accompanyingtheseartworksarecomprehensiveteachersnotesandsuggestedartactivitiesforstudents.ThisartpackissuitableforprimaryandsecondarystudentsandmaybeusedinthevisualartandSOSEhistorysocialstudiescurriculum.Librariansartgroupsandstudentswhoareconductingtheirownresearchmayalsousethem.AlsoavailableinthisseriesofartpacksareAustralianFacesandAustralianLandscapes.AjourneythroughAustralianArtHistoryVoyageintoAustralianwatersWilliamBuelowGouldHaroldCazneauxJohnOlsenVirginiaCuppaidgeJamesCliffordAsherBiluEnaGimmeNungurrayiMargaretPrestonKenDoneJohnPercevalRobertJuniperCharlesConderCard1.WilliamBuelowGouldSailingShipsoffRockyCoast1850Card2.CharlesConderDepartureoftheOrient1888Card3.HaroldCazneauxSydneySurfing1928Card4.MargaretPrestonFlyingovertheShoalhavenRiver1942Card5.JohnPercevalGannetsDiving1956Card6.RobertJuniperTheRiverDiesinJanuary1977Card7.JamesCliffordCoastalTempest1984Card8.AsherBiluTheformsthatswimandtheshapesthatcreepunderthewatersofsleep1988Card9.EnaGimmeNungurrayiWantarlpaRockHole1991Card10.KenDoneBalmoralSeriesX11XX1111994Card11.VirginiaCuppaidgeSunlightandSea2000Card12.JohnOlsenTheLakesEdge2001NewAlsoavailableinthisAustralianArtPackseries178821stCenturyAustralianFacesArtPackAustralianLandscapesArtPackArtPack178821stCenturyAustralianwaterEachpack...55.0060.50 6ZartExtra_Term22005SecondaryarticleThinkingandproblem-solvingskillsarevitalinthecontemporaryclassroomastheseskillsformthefoundationofresilienceandadaptabilitythataresoimportantinlife.ThinkinginthreedimensionsisthereforeanimportantmodeofartproductionforusatVermontSecondaryCollegesinceitaffordsthestudentsmanyopportunitiestoproblem-solve.InthisbriefarticleIwillsharewithyousomeofourfavoriteprojectsinthreedimensions.InstrumentsoftheOrchestraYear8Studentscommencebyresearchinganinstrumentfromtheorchestra.TheyalsodiscusstheworkoftheCubistsBraqueandPicassoandobservethemannerinwhichtheycreatedabstractthree-dimensionalconstructions.Studentsthenproducetheshapeoftheirinstrumentandcutitoutusingavarietyoftonesofflatbrowncardandcorrugatedcard.Tuningpegsandguitarstringscanbeaddedusingmorecardboardandbrownstring.FantasyShoesallyearlevelsStudentsareaskedtotransformanexistingshoeintoashoesculptureusingmixedmedia.MaterialsusedincludeModrocfeatherspaintandpapier-machethatarecombinedbyeachstudenttocreatetheirownfantasyshoe.Eachshoewillcarrysomethingofthepersonalhistoryandcharacteristicsofeachstudent.Therearemanyvariationsonthistheme.ForexamplestudentsmaybeencouragedtoresearchandchooseaspecificartistasthebasisfordesigningperhapsaVanGoghshoeoraGauguinshoe.IconsandIdolsYear10Usingthestyleofthetraditionaliconandtoalargeextentthesamemethodsstudentsareaskedtomakeacontemporaryiconfeaturingacelebrityheroidoloftheirownchoice.Eachiconismadeupoftiny-hingedwoodenpanelsthatformfreestandingtablets.Eachpanelisthenhighlydecoratedandadornedwithaneclecticmixofmaterials-beadsoldjewelrychainswiremirrorsandglasspaintpaperandassortedfoundobjects.ImagesofidolsincludemusicstarsaswellasTVandfilmpersonalities.AspartoftheVisitusonlinewww.zartart.com.auZartArt.TheCompletePackage.PDWorkshopsTheZartExtraActivitiesZartsStudentGalleryDownloadssomuchmoreThreeDimensionalFormsinArtDesign researchforthisworkstudentsstudyRussianandByzantineicons.DesigningfortheStarsYear11AsoneofourenjoyableYearElevenprojectsstudentsareaskedtodevelopanarchitecturaldesignforacelebritysuchasSirRichardBransontheowneroftheVirgingroupofcompanies.WeimaginethatSirRichardhasaskedustodesignpartofhisnewMelbournemansionthatheproposestobelocatedinElthamoverlookingtheYarraRiver.SirRichardasksthatstudentsdesignoneortwofeatureroomsforhismansionandthattheypresenthimwithamodelofthedesignofitsinterior.SirRichardBransonalsoasksthatstudentsrespecthisvibrantpersonalityandhistasteforthefollowingfeaturesHelovesthearchitecturaldesignsoftheTwentiethcenturyModernperiod.Helovescomfortanddramaticaffects.Helovestocookandeatgourmetfoodsandwines.Helovesentertainingandimpressinghisfriends.Helovescontemporaryart.Heloveslookingatnature.Hisfavoritemusicisclassical.Hethinksofhimselfasultra-modernandverychic.AspartofthisprojectstudentsareaskedtopresentareportpaperonModernisminarchitectureandinteriordesignthatfeaturestheworkofWalterGropiusandtheBauhausdesignsGerritRietveldtheSchroederHouseandhischairdesignsFrankLloyd-WrightsAmericandesignsandMartinBoydsAustraliandesigns.Overthecourseoftheprojectstudentsdevelopdrawingsforaplanforthefeatureroomsandfurniturerefinedrawingsofthefinalinteriorsdrawaplanviewofthefeatureroomsandfurnitureinascaleof150drawasectionalviewofthefinalfeatureroomsandfurniturecreateamodelusingfoam-boardandmount-boardsaswellasbalsawoodpaintandcolouredpaper.1.Theirmodelshouldincludeaclearreferencetofurniturecolourschemesandotheritemsofdcor.2.Theyshouldbemadetoascaleofapproximately150thatisonemetrewillbe20mmor2cm.3.Themodelcanbeinallwhitewithadcorbookletorinfullcolourincludingmaterialstobeused.4.Studentscanincludeexteriorelementssuchasthefallofthelandgreenerylandscapingcarsetc.Makingartanddesigninthreedimensionsisverypopularwithstudentsasitstimulatesimaginationswhileenhancingastudentssenseofcommandoverthebuiltenvironment.Veryyoungchildrenarenaturallydrawntothree-dimensionalformssuchastoysandsandpits.Three-dimensionalformsinsecondaryschoolallowthecontinuumofchildhoodplaytodevelopintomoresophisticatedmodesofconstructionwhileatthesametimeprovidingchallengesthatextendthinkingskillsandoffervaluableproblem-solvingsituations.ZartExtra_Term220057ZartArt.TheCompletePackageZARTARTSOPENDAYCLEARANCESALEFRIDAY8THJULYOneDayCashOnlySale9am4pmJoinusinadayoffunbargainsandinformationatZartArtsAnnualOpenDay.TheClearanceSalewillofferyouthechancetopickupartmaterialsatbelowcostprices.Zartworks-ourretailoutletwillbeofferingretailcustomersa20discountonallpurchasesmadeonFriday8thJulyandSaturday9thJulymorningonly.AdrianMontanaArtsCoordinatorVermontSecondaryCollegeFreeModellingwithMagiclayandPrintingwithSoftCutWorkshopswithinstructorsguidingyouthroughthestep-by-stepprocessofmakingworksofart.Foursessionsthroughoutthedayforyoutochoosefromforteachersonly.Bookingsessentialsopleasering0398901867Session1ModellingwithMagiclay9am10amSession2ModellingwithMagiclay10.30am11.30amSession3PrintingwithSoftCut12.30pm1.30pmSession4PrintingwithSoftCut2pm3pmPlusongoingdemonstrationsbyartsandcraftspeoplethroughoutthedaySecondaryarticlecont 8ZartExtra_Term22005whatsnewMakingWavesinArtisanewprimaryresourcewrittenbyKateHartthatexploresallaspectsofthesea.Thisbookisfullofeasy2Dand3Dactivities.Thesemulti-mediaactivitiesexploreplayinginonandundertheseacreatureswholiveinonandundertheseapirateswindsurfingTheEndeavourmermaidslighthousestreasuremapsmonstersfromthedeepbothrealandimaginaryandmuchmore.Eachactivitybeginswithpreparationresearchandpractise.Eachactivitydevelopsskillsandcreativity.Asstudentsmakethesevisualartandcraftworkstheyareencouragedtopractiseshareideasborrowideasdiscussoutcomesandtostartagainiftheyarenotsatisfiedwiththoseoutcomes.Itishopedthattheseactivitieswillbeusedasstartingpointsandthatteacherswillextendandenrichthemwiththeirowncreativeideas.Havefunwiththistopiclearnartskillsdevelopyourcreativityandenjoymakingartaboutthesea.Each...........35.9539.55AbstractAustralia-ExploringAbstractImagesOfTheAustralianLandscapeisatextwrittenbyHeatherLeeAbstractAustraliaattemptstochallengeandexpandstudentsnotionofhowartistshaverespondedtoandrepresentedtheland.Althoughmostoftheartworksconsideredarenotstrictlyabstracttheirimagesandnarrativesareaboutlesstangiblelessobviousthings.AbstractAustraliacanbetakenasawholemoduleprovidingtheclassroomteacherorthespecialistartsteacherwithatermsvisualartseducationprogram.AlternativelyeachunitwithinAbstractAustraliacanstandalonemakingthemsuitableforindividuallessons.Detailedstep-by-stepinstructionsprovideteacherswithaclearunderstandingoftheartexercisesandmakeimplementingeachuniteasyforbothspecialistandnon-specialistartsteachers.Full-pagecolourreproductionsofstudentscompletedworksgiveteachersandstudentsanideaofpossibleoutcomes.NospecificageorgradelevelshavebeenassignedtotheunitsinAbstractAustralia.Allcanbeeasilyadaptedtosuitawiderangeofstudentsandsituations.92pp........39.9543.95makingwavesinartAvailablelateApril term2005ZartExtra_Term220059AgroupofInternationalstudentsworkedwithclayforthefirsttimeinthisunitofwork.TheylookedatanddiscussedartworksofIndigenousAustraliansthecolourspatternslinesandshapesusedinthework.Theydiscussedwhattheartworksmightmeantotheartistandtotheviewingaudience.Thestudentsusedastenciltotracearoundachosenanimalshapedirectlyontoaslabofclay.Theyusedclaytoolstocreatetheirowndesignwithinthisshape.Theclaypieceswerethendriedinbetweentwosheetsofcementboardwhichabsorbsthemoistureoftheclayandkeepstheshapesflatforfiring.ThedriedpieceswerethenbisquedfiredandthenanAcrylicStainopaquepaintwaspaintedon.SomestudentspresentedtheirworkonasheetofmasonitedecoratedtocreateanAustralianlandscape.Thesesheetswerepaintedandcollagedwithpiecesofbark.situatedatzarteducationserviceisZartsStudentGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels17.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailonjanzartart.com.auBlackburnLakePrimarySchoolSpacecreaturesBrunswickSWPrimarySchoolGloriousPapersCamberwellGrammarJigsawFacesGreenhillsPrimarySchoolArtworksMtMarthaPrimarySchoolRussellDrysdaleNewcombSecondaryCollegeLayersinlandscapesPendersGrovePrimarySchoolPaperWeavingRangeviewPrimarySchoolDragonsRosewoodDownsPrimarySchoolSunPicturesSelbyPrimarySchoolClayHeadsStFrancisXaviersSchoolBoxHillUndertheSeaStJohnsRegionalCollegeDandenongArtistInspiredTypographyStLeonardsCollegeBangholmeArtWorksStrathconaBaptistGirlsGrammarGaudiinspiredartworksTrafalgarPrimarySchoolWaterArtworksVermontSecondaryCollegeSculpturesWaverleyChristianCollegePrintsWesleyCollegeElsternwickAustralianAnimalsClayAnimalsZartsStudentgalleryYear10WesleyCollegeElsternwickstjohnsregionalcollegedandenongviewgalleryonourwebsitevermontsecondarycollege HallsCreekintheKimberleysisalongwayfromthehustleandbustleofHongKongnottomentionahugegeographicalculturalandenvironmentalleap.StrangelythoughitwaswhileteachinginHongKongthattheopportunitytoworkinHallsCreekcameabout.Myco-artistintheWarlawurruprojectJohnwasHeadofMusicExpressiveArtinHongKongwhileIworkedalongsidehimasHeadofArt.ItwastherethatwecameincontactwithLeoniewhohadreturnedtoAustraliaandfoundworkintheKimberleysatasmallschoolcalledWarlawurrusituatedthreekilometresoutofHallsCreek.WarlawurruwhichmeansbecauseofGodsgoodnessourheartsaregoodwasstartedbytheCanossianSistersofCharityattherequestoftheLunjaCommunityofRedHillin1987.Theschoolissurroundedbyspinifexredrockyoutcropstermitemoundsandanexpansivevividbluesky.The82childrenattheschoolrangefromkindergartenagetoyear7andtheycomefromtheLunjaCommunityandothercommunitieswithinthetownshipofHallsCreek.Themajorityofstudentstravelbybusesdrivenbytheteacherstoandfromtheschool.WewereemployedasArtistsinResidencefortwoweeks.Itwasestablishedthattheschoolhadverylittleinthewayofartormusicmaterialsandweshouldbringwhateverwasrequired.Arrangementsweremadewiththeairlineandwesetoffwithburstingsuitcasesincluding55kilosofexcessluggagewithahugesupplyofartmaterialsandmusicalinstruments.Althoughthechildrenhadverylittleexperienceorskillsinarttheyhadlotsofnaturalabilitywithagoodsenseofcolouranddesign.Initiallytheywereveryshyandreticentfearfuloftryingsomethingnewandfearfuloffailure.Ouraimwastogivethechildrenarangeofnewexperiencesandtheopportunitytoexperimentinthetwoareasofthearts.Theplannedprogramwasmodifiedduetothestudentslackofpreviousskillsandaimedatenhancingtheirself-esteemandalsoatprovidingthemwiththeopportunitytocompleteanexcitingartworkbytheendofeachsession.Thefollowingwereachievedmasquerademasksscratchbackofindigenousanimalsinreliefonrubbingshessianwallhangings-backgroundspongeprintsanimalsmadeoffeltsequinsbuttonsetc.printingonfoamtiedyeT-shirtsusingdispersedyesweavingcrazyspiderwebsinpre-cutdecoratedframeswithspidersmadeoftinselstemsandwoodenbeadsfelthandpuppetscoldwaxbatikonfabricwithfooddyecrayonresist-tracinggeometricalshapestocreatecreatureswithabackgroundoffooddyefabricprinting-stencilandresistusingfooddye.GodsEyesweavingonchopsticksDreamCatcherscontrastingcomplimentarycoloursInitiallessonswereplannedforinstantsuccessusingpre-cutmasksRainbowscratchartpaperandprintingfromprintingfoamandfromtheremoredemandinganddifficulttaskswereintroduced.DreamCatcherswereadaptedtouseTinselStemsandChenilleStemswhichwereeasiertojoinwindandtiethanotherthreads.BasicsewingwaschangedtogluingandtheteacherassistantsandIhelpedcuttheanimalshapesthechildrenwantediftheyasked.ThetwoweeksreinforcedthevalueofintensivesessionswherethemajorpartofthecurriculumisdedicatedtotheArts.Theseblocksoftimeenabledthechildrentopractiseanddevelopnewskillswithincreasedconfidenceandconcentration.Wewereconstantlyremindedofthejoythatchildrenstillgetfromsimpleactivitiessuchasrubbingsandthedelightandprideontheirfaceswhentheysawtheirworkframedandattractivelydisplayedthenextmorning.Asthechildrencameintotheclassroomtheywouldproudlypointtotheirpieceofartwork.Thesmilesthatlituptheirfaceswhentheyshowedtheirworktoeachotherwerepriceless.Johnwoulddashacrossfromcreativemusic-makingtosnaptheirlatestcreations.Thechildrenwerefascinatedwiththeinstantdigitalimagesofthemselvesandfriendsproudlydisplayingtheirwork.ThetwoweeksspentinHallsCreekremindedmewhyIloveteachingartitprovidestheopportunityforallchildrentosucceedandtogrowinconfidenceandself-esteemanditalsobringsjoyintolivesandgeneratesstimulatingdiscussion.10ZartExtra_Term22005profileFromHongKongToTheKimberleysKarenHarmanJohnMeir 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page12ActivityNeedleFeltingDiscovertheexcitingworldofdryfelting.page3ZartsStudentGalleryWhatsonandfeaturinginourGalleryforTerm32005.page5PrimaryArticleOrganicFormsCamberwellGrammarJuniorSchoolT2ZartExtra_Term32005primaryarticlecontpage10SecondaryArticleWordsPicturesDoncasterEastSecondaryCollegeTRegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicaticovercontentsStudentsparticiptwo-hourArtsessifortnightovertheandthetwostrancombinedatthisstudentsworkicomplexandsowehavefoundaremoreeffecttaughtindepeTerms1TopicDraTheTerms2TopicDrAFInTerm1immerseditechniquesToconsolievel1ndevenyearsatedprogrammodelttendArtforoneekandareexposedtoArtsstrand.Level2oddyearmesters1213CircusandClowns24FairyTalesentsparticipateinatwo-sessioneveryweekforoneester.compassedinthePerformingssessionsarethetheatricalventionsandelementsofdramaterisationvoiceSemesters12Terms14TopicMulticulturalStudiesTheFiveContinentsStudentsparticipateinatwo-hourArtsessioneveryweekforonesemester.Variouscountriesfromthefivecontinentsarestudied.Onecountryispresentedtothestudentseveryoneortwoweeksandthestudentsareimmersedintheartculturedramamusicanddanceofthatparticularcountry.Level3oddyearstudentsareFantasyFacePaintsAbumperpackconsistingof30oilbasedfacepaintingcrayons5x6colours.RemoveFacePaintsfromskinusingmake-upremoveroracleansinglotionandsoapandrchildrenofages2aoldcolourfulstrokesatanyheinkrinsesoffskinwithnorscrubbingneeded.Washesoffinewashableclothingintheiralwashcycle.f8........5.846.42DyePaperA4sheetsofpredyedpaperin20differentcoloursisunusualinitstextureandcoloursurfacetoresembledyedfabric.Usethepaperfordecorationscollageandcostumes.Pktof20........8.459.30SilkeePaperA4sheetsofcolouredpaperwithsilkthreadsrunningthrougheachsheetmakethispaperaverydecorativeone.10differentcoloursinthispackof20.Usethepaperfordecorationscollageandcostumes.Pktof20........8.459.30LacePaperTheseA4sheetsofcolouredpaperresemblelacein10differentcolours.Usethepaperfordecorationscollageandcostumes.0........8.459.30olouryourWorldotincludegstBProfileIntergrationoftheArtsStrandVisualandPerformingArtsDramapage6page7NewproductsColouryourworldGreatnewpapercrayonsmarkersfacecrayonspage9ZartExtraThispublicationissentouttoallschoolsinthefirstweekofeachterm.Thisnewsletterallowsartteachersco-ordinatorstolearnaboutwhatishappeninginarteducationandwhatotherartteachersaredoing.Youwillfindinformationonnewarttechniquesandprocessesthelatestmaterialsandresourcesonthemarket.Pleasenoteallpricesquotedarevalidforthedurationofthecurrenttermonlyandaresubjecttochangewithoutnotice.Theinsertofthenewsletterprovidesdetailsofourtermsworkshopssoteacherscanthencontactusandbookintotheworkshop.ZartArtSchoolWholesaleSupplierZartArtoffersanextensiverangeofartmaterialsresourcescraftandtechnologysupplies.Youwillfindcompetitivepricesandefficientandquickservice.541LextonRoadBoxHillNorthMelbourneVictoria3129Ph0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auzartartzartart.com.auHoursMon-Fri8.30am-5.00pmSat8.30am-12.00noonZartsStudentGalleryThegalleryfeaturesartworksmadebystudentsofPreptoYear12fromallaroundVictoria.Schoolscanarrangeforstudentstovisitthegalleryanalysetheworksoftheircontemporariesandthenmakearelevantpieceoftheirownartworkinourworkshopswithanartconsultant.ThegalleryisalsoopentothepublicforviewingduringopeninghourspleaseseeZarthoursfreeofcharge.ForTermGallerylistingsrefertoourZartExtraandourwebsite.ZartEducationServiceZartEducationServiceprovideshandsonprofessionaldevelopmentworkshopsforprimaryandsecondaryteachersaswellasLOTEteachersPre-schoolsandlibrarians.VisualArtsworkshopsareregularlyheldatZartandinmetropolitanandcountrylocationsanduponrequestatyourschooldistrictorKLAsgroup.PleaserefertotheWorkshopInsertasupplementtoeveryZartExtraorrefertoourwebsitefordatesandtimes.ZartworksRetailShopZartworkshaveallyourartandcraftneedscateringforbothbeginnerandprofessionalartists.Youcanselectfromawiderangeofvisualartscraftandgraphicsupplies.Browseatyourleisureorseekassistancefromourexperiencedstaff.341LextonRoadBoxHillNorthMelbourneVictoria3129Ph0398905110Fax0398986527Ezartworkszartart.com.auHoursMon-Fri9.00am-5.00pmSat9.00am-12.00noonZARTEXTRAAVisualArtspublicationproducedeachtermforPre-schoolPrimarySecondaryTeachersbyZartArtandZartEducationService.ISSN14488450ResoursourcesBookSpotlightperInspirationserylOwenhisbookintroducesthequalitiesandusesofanumberofpapersfromdelicatetranslucentandeye-catchingdecoratedpaperstounusualtexturedsurfacesandversatilecard.ThebookdetailsessentialpapercraftingtechniquesoldingtoTheFineArtoftheTinCanBobbyHanssonCutitwireitsolderitpaintit-therearemanywaystoalteratincaninordertocreatefunctionaldecorativeobjectsthatcanbeamusinginventiveandoftenbeautiful.Thisbookpresentshundredsofinspiringexamplesrecycledmaterialshavebeentransformedintoelegantjewelleryintricateclocksandhandsomelamps.160pp........22.6824.95NewResourcesGreatnewresourcesincludingaspotlightonTinCanArtThemostcomprehensivedisplayof17thcenturyDutchmasterpiecesisinMelbourneforthesecondexhibitionintheMelbourneWinterMasterpiecesseries.FollowingthesuccessofTheImpressionistsin2004DutchMastersfromtheRijksmuseumAmsterdamwillofferaudiencestherichestsurveyof17thcenturyDutcharteverstagedinAustralia.OpeningFriday24Junetheexhibitionbringstogethermorethan100sumptuousworksanddecorativeobjectsbygreatartistssuchasRembrandtFransHalsPieterdeHoochandJanSteen.AraretreatforAustralianaudiencesthisexhibitionisonlypossibleduetothemajorrenovationshappeningattheRijksmuseuminAmsterdam.NGVDirectorDrGerardVaughansaysBetweenJuneandOctober2005theRijksmuseumwillbeinMelbourne.Wehavesecuredsomeabsolutelyamazingworks-masterpiecesthatwouldnotnormallyleavethewallsofthisgreatEuropeangallery.Displayinglavishstilllifesrevealingself-portraitsinsightfulportraiturehumbleandreverentgenreworksandmasterfulcityscapesandseascapesthisexhibitionpowerfullycapturesthevividimagesofdailylifeinTheNetherlandsduringthe17thcentury.OftenreferredtoasTheGoldenAge17thcenturyNetherlandsexplodedintoamajorworldpowerthroughtravelexplorationandtrade.Thisledtoeconomicprosperityandtheriseofawealthymerchant-middleclass.Forthefirsttimethismiddleclasswasabletomakegreatdemandsonartiststocreatepaintingsandobjectstodecoratetheirhomes.Theseworksweretobecomestatussymbolstoreflectthewealthsuccessandsocialprominenceoftheirpatrons.EventodaythepicturewehaveofTheNetherlandsitscustomsandthesociallifeofitspeoplestillbearstheindeliblestampofthewaythesegreatartistsdepictedtheirworld.ThisremarkableexhibitioncanonlybeseenattheNGV.ItwilltraveltonoothervenueinAustralia.Arangeofpublicandeducationprogramshavebeendevelopedinassociationwiththeexhibition.Exhibitionadmissionfeedoesapply.Formoreexhibitioninformationvisit.Pre-bookticketsthroughTICKETMASTER7on136100orvisitwww.ticketmaster7.comDutchmasterpiecesonshowinMelbourneWhatsHappeningatZartArtinTermThreeTheZart2005ExpowasahugesuccesswehopeyoupickedupabargainortwoandenjoyedourfreeworkshopsandproductdemonstrationsOnceagainitwasagreatopportunityforustosayhellotosomefamiliarfacesandtomeetournewandvaluedcustomers.SeeyouallnextyearZESWithBookWeekjustaroundthecorner20th-26thAugustthelastofourbookweekworkshopsfor2005willbeheldtotheendofJuly.WehopeyouhaveenjoyedthisyearsthemeReadingRocksasmuchaswehaveOnpage10ofthiseditiontherearesomefabulousdryfeltingactivities.DeanneClarkwillbeconductingworkshopsonthisgreatprocessthisterm.AlsoOurEarlyBirdChristmasworkshopsbegininterm34schoolholidays.Pleaserefertoyourterm3workshopinsertorourwebsiteforup-to-dateworkshopdetailswww.zartart.com.auJohannesVermeerDutch1632-75Theloveletter166972oiloncanvas44.0x38.5cmRijksmuseumAmsterdamSK-A-1595 PrimaryArticleZartExtra_Term320053OrganicFormsCamberwellGrammarJuniorSchoolSculptureisanexpressionoftherelationshipbetweenmediaandspace.Itinvokesoursensesasoftensculptureorassemblageoccupiesaphysicalthree-dimensionalspacemuchthesamewayaspeopledo.ContextInthisunititwasmyaimtoallowforstudentself-expressionofformthroughanactivitythatfocusedoncolourcontrastbalancelineandshapebutalsoonproblem-solvingandthinkingskills.Theunitwasplannedtoalsoengagestudentsinbothpairedandindividualworksettings.Unitoutcomestoidentifyanddescribeavarietyofmediausedinthreedimensionalsculpturetodevelopanunderstandingofartprinciplessuchasbalancecontrastunityandproportiontofurtherdevelopstudentunderstandingoftheelementsofdesignsuchaslineshapeandcolour Priortocommencementofthetaskstudentslookedatandrespondedtovariousthreedimensionalforms.WediscussedtheworksofDebraHelpinAugustineDallAvaRoseNolanandRobertKlippel.WealsolookedattheorganicqualitiesofnaturesownformationssuchseaurchinsandseastarsandthewonderfullywhimsicalworksofartistBronwynOliver.Studentswereshownthemediathattheycouldusewithintheirsculpturesandtheythencompletedaseriesofquickdrawingsreinforcingorganicshapes.Process1.Studentsweregivenalargeballoon.Theyweretoinflateitasmuchaspossible.2.Demonstratepapiermachetechnique.Weusedthemethodofsmearingglueontothetableandthenplacingpre-tornnewspaperstripsontothegluewipingwithflatpalmsandthenplacingitontotheballoon.Duetothelargesizeoftheballoonstudentsworkedinpairs.3.Afterthecompletionof6-7newspaperlayersstudentschosetheirpreferredcolouredtissue.Thiswasappliedoverthenewspaperedform.Itisimportanttonotethatthetissuepapermustbe3-4sheetsthicktoavoidtearingandscrunching.4.Oncedrystudentshot-gluedconescylindersandrolledcardboardintoplaceensuringthattheirformwasfree-standing.Maskingtapewasappliedtoreinforcethejoin.5.Studentsthencontinuedtoapplypapiermache.Itisimportanttoreinforcetostudentstheneedtofocusonthejoinbetweentheadditionsandtheballoon-coveredsurface.6.UsingblackorwhiteVipondpaintsstudentspaintedtheiradditionsandotherselectedareasoftheirform.Itwasimportanttopointouttothematthisstagetopaintunifyingorganic-shapedareassothattheaestheticwasmaintained.7.Studentsthenusedtheoppositecolourtopaintinpatternedareasusingveryfinebrushes.Shapedareaswereoutlinedusinggluebrushes.Emphasizeatthisstagetheneedtoloadthebrushwithpainttoworksoftlysothatthepaintflowsintothetexturevalleyscreatedbypapiermacheingwithtissueandtoonlytravelashortdistancebeforere-dipping.8.WhencompletedanddrybrushoverdilutedP.V.Asoastogiveitaglossyappearance.ReflectionFromateachersperspectivethiswasafantasticunit.Althoughitsdurationwas8weeksstudentsmaintainedaveryhighlevelofengagementanddiscipline.Itwasgreattoseestudentsworkingindependentlytolistentothecross-pollinationofideasandproblem-solvingapplicationsandtowitnesstheirenjoymentandsatisfactionwiththefinishedproduct.AttheendoftheprojectIaskedthemasartiststowriteareflectionontheirwork.WouldtheyrecommendthisactivitytoberepeatedagainwithnextyearsYear5studentsThisishowsomestudentsrespondedYesbecausetheyneedtoknowhowtobuildstuff.Theymightbehouse-buildersoneday.Yesbecauseitwasfunchallengingandinteresting.Youalsohavetothinkaboutwhatyoudo.Yesbecauseitisagoodactivityforexpressingpeoplespersonalityandnature.Yesitwasreallyinterestingtoseethewayotherpeopledesignedtheirforms.4ZartExtra_Term32005PrimaryArticlecontDavidWilliamsonVisualArtsTeacherCamberwellGrammarJuniorSchool...goodactivityforexpressingpeoplespersonalityandnatureUnitoutcomesconttodevelopanunderstandingoforganicshapecompositiontoaccuratelyapplyadhesivetechniquestoproblemsolveandovercomeissuesofbalanceandfreestandingtouselinetoreflectpatterntoaccuratelyapplypaintinacleancrispmannertoaccuratelyusepapiermachetechniquestosuitvaryingsituations term2005ZartsStudentGallerysituatedatzarteducationserviceisZartsStudentGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels17.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailonjanzartart.com.auBelgraveHeightsChristianSchoolPositiveNegativeStencilsCamberwellGrammar3DsculpturesCroydonNorthHotAirBalloonsDoncasterEastSecondaryCollegeArtworksGoulbournValleyGrammarSchoolCubistPortraitsGreatRyriePrimarySchoolPuppetsandHandsHawthornWestPrimarySchoolDollsKingswoodCollegeCollagesMillParkHeightsPrimarySchoolStillLifeMontAlbertPrimarySchoolMasksPenleighandEssendonGrammarPaintingsSkyePrimarySchoolWireSculptureSouthportPreparatorySchoolArtworksStArnaudSecondaryCollege3DSeaCreaturesStFrancisXavierBeaconsfieldArtworksStrathmorePrimarySchoolArtworksTaylorsLakesSecondaryCollegeTextileMasksUpweySouthPrimarySchoolDioramasWesleyCollegeJuniorSchoolModrocShoescamberwellgrammargreatryrieprimaryschoolZartExtra_Term320055viewgalleryonourwebsiteBackgroundWetCartridgePaperwithasponge.Usingthreetonesofbluefooddyeturquoisebluedarkblue.Applyontowetpaperwithabrushsothatthethreetonesofbluebleedintoeachother.Whendrythiscreatesacloudyskyeffect.BalloonCutacardboardcircleintothreecurvedsections.Covereachsectionwithadifferentpieceoffabricmakingsurethethreepieceshavematchingtonesorcolours.Gluethethreesectionstogethertoformtheballoon.BasketChooseasquarepieceofHessianthathasamatchingtoneorcolourtotheirballoon.DrawthreadsfromtheHessiantocreatewaftsevenlyspacedapart.Weaveraffiausingtwodifferentcolourstocreateweftsthatarealsospacedapart.PeopleThestudentsusedModelarttocreatetwopeoplefromthewaistup.AssemblyGluetheballoonandbasketontothebackground.Usethickstringtoattachtheballoonandbaskettogether.Finallygluethepeopleontopofthebasket.Thisunitofworktookafulltermtocomplete.Eachsectionofworkwascompletedseparatelytoteachdifferentskillsandtechniques.UpUpAwayCroydonNorthPrimarySchool 6ZartExtra_Term32005ProfileThekeylearningareaTheArtshasahighprofileatStrathmorePrimarySchool.TheArtsistaughtonatwo-yearcycleoperatingoveranoddandevenyearbasisandteachersintegratetheVisualandPerformingArtsDramastrands.DuringtheoddyeartheVisualArtscomponentofpaintingprintingandmodellingisemphasisedatCSFlevels2and3andthePerformingArtsDramacomponentisintegratedintotheprogramwithmuchsuccess.AtCSFlevel4boththestrandsofVisualArtsandDramaarethefocus.Howevertheyarenotintegrated.Intheevenyearstheareasofconstructiondrawingthreadsandtextilescollageandmixedmediaarehighlighted.ThePrepVisualArtsprogramrunsoveroneyearcoveringalltheVisualArtsareasandPerformingArtsisnotintegrated.DuringtheevenyearwhentheemphasisisontheVisualArtstheArtteachersliaisewiththemusicteachertocoordinateanArtsFestivaltitledArtsfromtheHeart.ThefestivalenablesthetalentsofthestudentsinMusicandVisualArtsstrandstobeshowcased.ThisisamajorhighlightintheeventscalendarfortheStrathmorePrimarySchoolyear.TheevaluationsreceivedfollowingtheArtsFestivalindicateaveryhighlevelofappreciationfortheartpiecesondisplayandfortheMusicalPerformances.VisitingartistsarebookedduringtheDramacomponenttoenhancetheprogramandprovidefurthermotivationandstimulationforthestudents.TheintegrationoftheArtsstrandshasbeendevelopedoverseveralyearsandhasprovensuccessful.TheintegrationoftheVisualandPerformingArtsDramaStrandsparticularlyinCSFlevels2and3hasmadethelearningmeaningfulandthestudentsVisualArtsworkssuchasmaskssceneryandpropsareattimesusedintheirPerformingArtsactivities.Thetwo-hoursessionsfortheabovelevelshavedemonstratedtobeanefficientandeffectivedeliveryoftheArtsprogramatStrathmorePrimarySchool.IntegrationoftheArtsstrandsVisualandPerformingArtsDramaStudentsparticipateinatwo-hourArtsessionperfortnightovertheentireyearandthetwostrandsarenotcombinedatthislevel.Thestudentsworkismorecomplexandsophisticatedandwehavefoundthatconceptsaremoreeffectivewhentaughtindependently.Terms1TopicDramaTheatricalConventionsTerms2TopicDramaPerformanceAFairyTaleAdaptationInTerm1thestudentsareimmersedintheideasskillstechniquesandprocessesofdrama.Toconsolidatetheskillsandelementsofdramasuchasvoicecharacterisationimprovisationmimeandrole-playthestudentsformagroupplantheirownadaptationofatraditionalFairyTaleandthenperformittoayear12class.InthePerformancetheyconsidertheatricalconventionssuchasscriptcostumescenerystageset-upandprops.Level1oddandevenyearsIntegratedprogrammodelStudentsattendArtforonehourperweekandareexposedtotheVisualArtsstrand.Level2oddyearSemesters12Terms13TopicCircusandClownsTerms24TopicFairyTalesStudentsparticipateinatwo-hoursessioneveryweekforonesemester.EncompassedinthePerformingArtssessionsarethetheatricalconventionsandelementsofdramasuchascharacterisationvoicemimemovementandrole-play.StudentsultimatelypresentaCircusPerformanceincorporatingthedifferentcircusactsusingPhysicalEducationEquipmentandotherappropriateprops.TheVisualArtsstrandincludespaintingprintingandmodelling.Activities.Alsoincludedaremaskmakingandpaintingpaintingclownscolourmixingandmodellingclownfaces.Semesters12Terms14TopicMulticulturalStudiesTheFiveContinentsStudentsparticipateinatwo-hourArtsessioneveryweekforonesemester.Variouscountriesfromthefivecontinentsarestudied.Onecountryispresentedtothestudentseveryoneortwoweeksandthestudentsareimmersedintheartculturedramamusicanddanceofthatparticularcountry.Level3oddyearLevel4oddyearTerms3TopicModellingEarthandSpaceTerms4TopicPaintingandPrintingAboriginalArtVisualArtsisthefocusandtheseunitsareintegratedwiththeclassroomprogram.studentsareimmersedinartculturedramamusicanddancestudentsareimmersedinideasskillstechniquesandprocessesRitaDiGraziaMiroGraystoneStrathmorePrimarySchool In2003whileonavisittotheNationalGalleryofVictoriaatFederationSquaretheArtsKLALeaderatEastDoncasterSecondaryCollegeCathyPricecameacrosssomelabelsattachedtoartworksthatwerewrittenbystudents.Thesebitsofpoetryandnarrativemotivatedbytheimageswereinspirational.AsaresultsheapproachedaYear8EnglishteacherattheCollegeJennyHoegh.JennyandCathytaughtthesamegroupandworkedtogethertotrialaprogramwhichinvolvedusingArtimagesasinspirationforthinkingquestioningandresponding.ThesuccessofthesetrialsledtoputtingintoplaceaprogramattheYear8levelwhichusesvisualimagerytoassiststudentstofurtherdeveloptheirthinkinglearningwritingandcreativeexpressionskills.Theaimsoftheprogramaretoengagestudentsthroughcross-curricularactivitiesbuildlinksbetweenEnglishLiteracyandTheArtsattheCollegeandincreasestudentconnectivenesstoschoolusevisualimagerytoimproveandenrichstudentscriticalthinkingandquestioningskillsusevisualimageryasinspirationforwrittenresponsesbothintheEnglishandArtclassroom.In2004and2005wewerefortunateenoughtohavetwoexhibitionsinMelbournecenteredonSurrealismwhichprovidedthought-provokingimagesforourstudents.ThisyearalloftheYear8studentsattheCollegeaccompaniedbytheirArtandEnglishESLteacherswenttoseeJamesGleesonBeyondtheScreenofSightfeaturingtheworkofAustraliasforemostSurrealistartistattheIanPotterCentreNationalGalleryofVictoriainFederationSquare.Foraprogramlikethistobeeffectiveandmoreimportantlysustainablethestaffinvolvedmustsupporttheideaseethebenefitsandbecommittedtotheproject.Thisinvolvessettingupandsupportingalearningteam.ThecoordinatorsoftheteamwereMrs.CathyPriceKLATheArtsandMr.NoelTroyKLALeaderEnglish.PriortotheGalleryvisitMeetingswereheldbytheCoordinatorstoformulateabasicoperationalstructureTwoformgroupsweretakenoutatatimeapprox.50students.Thecoordinatorsnegotiatedwiththegalleryconcerningtimesandmadeallthebookingsatonetimeincludingbusessetovertwoweeks.Thegalleryexcursionwasdoneovertwoperiodsandlunchtimealthoughareviewafterwardsfeltthetimewasalittletoobrief.AdocumentwasproducedgivingbasicinformationaboutGleesonandSurrealismforstaffThiswasdoneeventhoughthefocusoftheprojectwasnotforstudentstolearnaboutGleesonorSurrealism.Itwasfeltthatstaffparticularlynon-Artstaffwouldfeelmoreconfidentiftheyhadsomeknowledgeoftheartistandstyle.ACDwasavailabletostaffwithimagesandinformationfromtheexhibition.Aprofessionaldevelopmenteventwasorganizedforallstaff.TheCollegecoveredthecosts.ThiswasheldonaSaturdaymorningattheexhibition.Staffmetforcoffeeandthenwereguidedthroughtheexhibition.AtthistimeCathyPriceandNoelTroydiscussedsomeideaswiththestaffthattheycouldincorporatelaterintheclassroom.TheideaforthisPDcamefromfeedbackoutofthe2004programwhereteachersfeltthatastaffpreviewoftheexhibitionwouldassistthemintheirpreparationforthegalleryaswellasforbackintheclassroom.Sub-learningteamswerecreatedbasedongroupsofstudentsandtheirEnglishESLandArtteachers.ThesegroupscoordinatedtheirexcursionsbythemselvesnegotiatedwithGalleryEducationOfficersanddiscussedideasandtopicsfortheclassroom.AfinalmeetingofallinvolvedwasheldjustpriortotheGalleryexcursionstoclarifyissues.AttheGalleryAtthegallerystudentsexaminedanddiscussedtheworkswiththeassistanceoftheirteachersandanEducationOfficer.ThefocussupportedbytheEducationOfficerswasnotanallyoueverwantedtoknowaboutJamesGleeson.Studentswereencouragedtoapplyaphilosophicalinquiryapproachtotheprovocativeworkswithstudentquestionsandresponsescriticaltotheprocess.TheworksoftheSurrealistswiththeiremphasisontheimaginationwereverystimulatingstartingpointsforstudentscreativitybothintheArtandEnglishclassroom.Studentsweregivensometimetorespondwhiledirectlyinfrontoftheworks.BackatSchoolAlthoughtherehadbeensomeworkdoneintheclassroomonthethemeofSurrealismandGleesonpriortotheGalleryvisititwasafterthevisitthatanin-depthlookandresponsebegan.StaffwasgivensomeideasthattheycouldincorporatebutstudentsandstaffwereencouragedtofindtheirowndirectionandSecondaryArticleZartExtra_Term320057WordsPicturesAMiddleSchoolCross-CurricularProjectVisualArtsandEnglish2005EastDoncasterSecondaryCollege interpretationfromtheGleesonexhibition.DebriefingWiththewiderangeofcreativeresponsesanexhibitionisamust.SamplesofstudentsworkfromEnglishandArtwentondisplayintheCollegelibraryandofficefoyer.TheexhibitionwasalsoafocusfortheCollegeOpenEvenings.Atthedebriefingmeetingtheexhibitionwasonshowandstaffwereaskedtoevaluatetheprogram.Allstafffeltthatthebenefitsforstudentsandstaffwereenormousandsupportedthecontinuationoftheprogram.Ideasforthefollowingyearwerediscussed.OneareaofconcernisthematerialgiventostudentsandwhetheritwasappropriateforESLandIntegrationstudents.Thisisanareathatwillbelookedatpriorto2006.SurrealismandtheEnglishClassroomActivityHowtoPlaytheExquisiteCorpsetoCreateaSurrealistPieceofWriting1.Eachpersonwillneedapieceofpaperandapencil.2.DecideonasentencestructureArticleAdjectiveNounVerbAdverb.3.Onthefirstroundeachpersonwritesawordfittingtheoutlinedsentencestructure.4.Foldthepaperovertoconcealthewrittenwordandpassittothenextperson.5.Thenextpersonwritesawordconcealsitandpassesthepapertothenextperson.6.Whenaroundofsentenceshasbeencompletedopenthepaper.7.Theresultingsentencecouldbecomethefirstpartofalongerpoemorstory.Itcouldalsoinspireapaintingordrawing.ActivityAutomaticWritingSurrealistTechniques.Sitatatablewithpenandpaperandstartwriting.Continuewritingwithoutthinkingofwhatisappearingbeneathyourpen.Writeasfastasyoucan.Ifforsomereasontheflowstopsleaveaspaceandimmediatelybeginagainbywritingdownthefirstletterofthenextsentence.Choosethisletteratrandombeforeyoubeginforinstanceatandalwaysbeginthisnewsentencewithat.Althoughinthepurestversionofautomatismnothingiscorrectedorre-writtentheunexpectedmaterialproducedbythismethodcanbeusedasthebasisforfurthercomposition.Whatiscrucialistheun-premeditatedfree-associationthatcreatesthebasictext.ActivityTomakeaDadaistPoem1.Takeanewspaper.2.Takeapairofscissors.3.Chooseanarticleaslongasyouareplanningtomakeyourpoem.4.Cutoutthearticle.5.Enlargeitonaphotocopiermakescuttingouteasier.6.Thencutouteachofthewordsthatmakeupthisarticleandputtheminabag.7.Shakeitgently.8.Thentakeoutthescrapsoneaftertheotherintheorderinwhichtheyleftthebag.9.Copyconscientiously.FurtherwritingideasafterviewinganexhibitionPretendyouareanewspapercriticandwriteareview.Writeapoeminspiredbyoneormoreoftheworks.SomeoftheworkdisplayedtheartistsreactionagainstWar.Expressyourviewsofwarusingoneoftheimages.Keepadreamdiaryanddescribeadreamornightmareinproseorpoetry.WriteadreamsequenceforafavoriteTVshow.SurrealismandtheArtClassroomActivityCreateanExquisiteCorpseinArt1.Takeapieceofpaperandfolditintosections.Forexampleiftherearefourpeopleparticipatingfoldthepaperintofoursectionsyoucandothisinthreeoreventwosections.2.WithoutlettinganyoneseePerson1drawsthestartofapersonorcreatureinSection1.Person1continuesthelinesatthebottomofSection1slightlyoverontoSection2asshownbelow.3.Person1thenfoldsSection1oversothatnoonecanseewhathasbeendrawnandpassesthepaperontoPerson2.4.NowstartingwiththelinesfromSection1Person2whohasntseenSection1continuesthedrawinginSection2thencontinuesthelinesfromSection2slightlyoverontosection3.5.Person2thenfoldsSection2oversothatnoonecanseewhathasbeendrawnandpassesthepapertoPerson3.6.Continueuntilallthesectionsarefilled.Thenunfoldthepaperandseewhatyouhavecreated.ActivitySurrealistCollageUsingcopyrightfreeimagerymagazinesetc.createaSurrealisticcollagebasedonjuxtapositionofunrelatedimagery.ActivityAutomatismTypeTechniquesPractiseautomatismtypetechniquesusedbytheSurrealistssuchasdecalcomaniaorinkblotswheretheendresultisbasedmoreonchancethanplanning.UsethesetechniquesasabackgroundforExquisiteCorpsecharactersasseenabove.ActivityAppropriationRecreateafamousSurrealisticimage.ForexampletraceoutthebasicsofRenMagrittessurrealbedroominPersonalValuesandusedrawingandcollagetocreateanewversion.ActivityDreamDiaryKeepaDreamDiaryandbaseanillustrationorpaintingonit.ActivitySurrealistpoetryIllustrateaSurrealistpoemorotherwrittenresponsecompletedinEnglish.ActivityIllustrateColloquialismIllustrateliterallyaColloquialismanduseitasthestartofaSurrealisticpieceofart.carryonlikeaporkchop-behavefoolishlycatchingflies-yawningastoundedlookwithjawwideopengrabfortywinks-haveashortnapknucklesandwich-apunchinthemouthlikeastunnedmulletbewilderedrareashensteeth-preciousThefollowingpoemwasaresponsetotheJamesGleesonpaintingTheSowerEvillurkswherethemonsterstandsSpreadingevilandhatredtowherehegoes.AllgooddiesandevilgrowsLifewillnotgoon.TheworldwillbefullofevilTheonlyquestionwecanaskIshowitcameWherediditcomefromSoontheimpossibleWillbeinevitable.ByDomenicCurulli8ZartExtra_Term32005CathyPriceJennyHoeghEastDoncasterSecondaryCollegeSection1Section2Section3Section4SecondaryArticlecont ZartExtra_Term320059ChromoluxWhiteglosscardidealformountingseniorwork.Easytocutwindowswithutilityknife.Idealforphotographyanddesignartfolios.300gsm650x910mm.WhitePktof10..13.4514.79FantasyFacePaintsAbumperpackconsistingof30oilbasedfacepaintingcrayons5x6colours.RemoveFacePaintsfromskinusingmake-upremoveroracleansinglotionandsoapandwater.Idealforafunfeteactivity.Pktof30.25.7628.34CrayolaTwistableColouredPencilsJustturntheendstotwistup12vibrantcolours.Seethecolouredleadstwistinsidetheclearplasticbarrels.Theresnosharpeningneededjusttwistanddraw.Strongleadsthatgivegreatcolourcoverage.Pktof12.......4.605.06CrayolaMyFirstMarkersThesewashablemarkersgumballnibissafeforchildrenofages2andallowsboldcolourfulstrokesatanyangle.Theinkrinsesoffskinwithnosoaporscrubbingneeded.Washesoffmachinewashableclothingintheirnormalwashcycle.Pktof8........5.846.42NewProductsWoodenBoomerang10sDecorateaWoodenBoomerangwithdecorativepatternworkusingVipondPaintorChromacrylPaint.PoscaPensorDotta-Rifficpensmaybeusedtoaddextradetailinthepatternwork.LinkthisactivitywiththestudyofIndigenousArt.TheBoomerangsareapproximately30cmlongand6cmwidemadeofplywoodPktof10.......9.5010.45DyePaperA4sheetsofpredyedpaperin20differentcoloursisunusualinitstextureandcoloursurfacetoresembledyedfabric.Usethepaperfordecorationscollageandcostumes.Pktof20........8.459.30SilkeePaperA4sheetsofcolouredpaperwithsilkthreadsrunningthrougheachsheetmakethispaperaverydecorativeone.10differentcoloursinthispackof20.Usethepaperfordecorationscollageandcostumes.Pktof20........8.459.30LacePaperTheseA4sheetsofcolouredpaperresemblelacein10differentcolours.Usethepaperfordecorationscollageandcostumes.Pktof20........8.459.30MetallicMeshTissueA4decorativemetallictissuepaperwithadifferenceitisavailableingoldsilverandcopper.Usethepaperfordecorationscollageandcostumes.Pktof40........11.9513.15ColouryourWorlditalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTpricesarevaliduntil16thseptember2005 10ZartExtra_Term32005ActivityNeedleorpunchfeltingisasoap-and-water-freewaytomakefantasticfeltartworks.Contemporaryfibreartistsandfeltmakershaveadaptedthiscommercialprocesstobeusedbyhand.UsingaFeltingNeedleitisnowpossibletomakeelaboratelydetailedwellcontrolledtwoandthree-dimensionalpiecesofartfromMerinoWoolTopsthatwouldbedifficulttoachieveusingtraditionalwetfeltmaking.Feltingneedlesaremadefromhardenedsteelusuallywithatriangularprofileandareverysharp.Theyhavetinybarbsornotchesnearthepointoftheneedle.Thebrittleneedlesarelikelytobreakiftheyareflexedtheyrequireastraightupanddownactionintotheloosefibre.Whentheneedleisrepeatedlypokedinandoutofamassofloosewoolitsbarbstangleandinterlocksthefibreandeventuallymakesfelt.Needlefeltingdoesntrequirestrengthbutitdoesrequirepatienceandconcentration.Theneedlesareverysharpsoablockoffoamrubberisanessentialpieceofequipmenttopreventtheneedleprickingtheartistsfingers.DeanneClarkwillbeconductingafulldayworkshopDryFeltingonWednesday31stAugust2005.CheckourwebsiteortheWorkshopInsertformoreinformation.NeedleFelting1.UseaFabricTransferPenciltodrawadesignontoBondPaper.IronthedesignfacedownontoafeltsquareRememberyourdesignwillbethereverseoftheimagedrawn.Tocreatethesameimagephotocopythedesignontoasheetofacetatethatissuitableforthephotocopier.Byflippingtheacetateimageoverandrecopyingityourdesignwillbeinreversebeforeironing.2.PlacethefeltoverablockoffoamrubberandtakeasmallportionofblackMerinoWoolTopsandstretchitoutintoalonglength.Positionthislengthontothefeltsquare.Thiswillbetheoutlinecolourforthedesign.StarttoworktheblackwoolintothefeltbypushingtheFeltingNeedlegentlyinandoutofthewool.Youwillnotethewoolbeginstobindintothepieceoffelt.Themoreyouneedleitthebettertheresult.Liftthefeltsquarefrequentlytobesureitisnotstickingtothefoam.Continuethisprocessuntilyouroutlineiscomplete.3.AddcoloursofWoolTopstothedesignusingthesameprocessasdescribedinStep2.4.Smallfeaturesareaddedintothedesignbyneedlingoverthetopofanexistingcolour.3DpictureCreateyourowndollorcreatureusingtheFeltingNeedleandWoolTopswiththismethod.1.TakearollofcreamSyntheticWoolTopsandbeginneedlingtheshapewiththeFeltingNeedletoformthebody.UsealargeblockoffoamrubbertoworkonsothattheneedlegoesthroughtheWoolTopsandintothefoamwithoutprickingthefingers.MovetheFeltingNeedleinandoutoftheWoolTopsinastraightmotion.Startwithfairlydeepjabstomakesureyouareentanglingtheinnerfibres.Turnyourrollfrequentlytobesureitisnotstickingtothefoam.Usetheneedletoshapeyourcoretoresemblethespiderbody.Workthecoreuntilitholdstogetherfirmly.2.WhenthecoreholdsfirmlytogetherandisintheshapeofaspidersbodyliethreeblackChenilleBumpsacrosstheunderbellyforthelegsofthespider.TosecurethelegsinplaceusealengthofWoolTopsacrossthemidpointofeachofthebumpsanddryfeltthislengthintothebody.3.GluesmalltuftsofcolouredMerinoWoolTopstotheendofeachleg.4.Bendthelegsuntilthespiderstandsupright.5.UsetheFeltingNeedletofeltsmalltuftsofcolouredMerinoWoolintothespidersback.6.GlueonSequineyesandaGlitterPomPomnose.SpiderMATERIALSSyntheticWoolTopsCreamColouredMerinoWoolTopsFeltingNeedleBlackChenilleBumpsSequinsLargeSequinsFlatGlitterPomPom12mmArbeeCraftGlueMATERIALSSyntheticWoolTopsCreamMerinoWoolTopsFeltingNeedleFoamRubber ActivitycontZartExtra_Term3200511BODY1.UsefiveChenilleStemstocreatethearmatureforthebodyasshowninthediagram.2.UselengthsofMerinoWoolTopstodryfeltthebodyarmsandlegsaroundtheChenilleStemarmature.3.DryfelttheshoesandhandsseparatelyandthenattachthemusingtheFeltingNeedletotheappropriatelimbs.COSTUME1.ChoosethreecoloursofFeltandcutoutthreerectanglesoneineachcolourandthreedifferentlengths.12x20cm12x24cmandone12x28cm.Foldeachoninhalfandcutawaytrianglesfromandacrosstheshortends.2.DryfeltsomeMerinoWooltopsinapatternontheshortestrectangle.3.Laythethreerectanglesoffeltontopofeachotherfromlargesttosmallestwiththepatternedpiecelyingontop.Foldallthreefeltrectanglesinhalftogetherandcutonthefoldasmallsemicircleoffeltawayfromthemidpointofallthreerectangles.4.KeepthethreefoldedtogetherandslipthemovertheloopoftheChenilleStemneck.5.Usethetrianglesoffeltthatwerecutawayfromtherectanglestogluearoundtheneckasacollar.Glueonbeadsorbellstothefrontofthecostumeontothepointofeachtriangle.6.GlueastripofFelttoeachsideofthecostumeundereacharmtokeepthebackandfrontofthecostumetogether.HEAD1.UseasmallballofZartPaperMagiclaytomodelaheadandneckexaggeratethenoseeyebrowsandlips.KeeptheneckhollowfortheChenilleStemlooptonestleinto.2.Lightlypaintwithafleshcolouredpaint.3.Glueonbeadsforeyes.4.GlueontuftsofWoolTopsforthehair.HAT1.UsetheFeltingNeedletocreateahatanddecorateitwithbellsandbeads.2.GluethehatontotheJestersHead.UseaHotMeltGlueGuntoattachtheheadtotheChenilleStemloopofthebody.Tucktheloopupintothehollowoftheneckandglueitintoplace.GluetheneckofthecostumearoundtheMagiclayneck.1.UsetheSyntheticWoolTopstodryfeltthecorebodyneckandhead.AlengthofFloristwiremightbeusedtogivetheheadandneckmorestabilitybydryfeltingaroundthewire.2.UseaFeltingNeedletocoverthecorewithcolouredMerinoWoolTopsaddstripesofacontrastingcolourandtuftsofcolourforthetailandmane.3.AddeyesandnostrilswithblackWoolTops.4.TheearsmaybedryfeltedseparatelyandattachedtotheheadusingtheFeltingNeedle.5.ThreadtwolengthsofFloristWirethroughthebodyforthelegsmakesurethefourlegsarethesamelengtheithersideofthebody.DryfelttheWoolTopsaroundeachofthewirelegs.Usedeepjabsoftheneedlewherethelegsjointhebody.6.PoketheendofeachwirelegintoaballofPlasticinetoenablethezebratostand.MATERIALSSyntheticWoolTopsCreamMerinoWoolTopsFloristWirePlasticineHINTSAlwaysworkonablockoffoamrubberDonotworktoofastastheneedleislikelytobreakifitispushedorpulledonanangle.Youcanincreasethethicknessofanylinebyaddingorlayinganotherpieceofwooloveranexistingoneandneedling.Thefinishedfeltdesigncanbeframedincorporatedasafeaturepanelinabagorsewnontoacushion.JesterZebraMATERIALSFeltingNeedleChenilleStemsFeltSquaresMerinoWoolTopsZartPaperMagiclayFolleyBells10mmJugBeadsArbeeCraftGlueFoamRubberblock12345FloristWire NewResourcesNewResourcesBookSpotlightblueitalicpricesdonotincludegstboldblackpricesincludeGSTpricesarevaliduntil16thseptember200512ZartExtra_Term32005PaperInspirationsCherylOwenThisbookintroducesthequalitiesandusesofanumberofpapersfromdelicatetranslucentandeye-catchingdecoratedpaperstounusualtexturedsurfacesandversatilecard.Thebookdetailsessentialpapercraftingtechniquesfromcuttingandfoldingtodecoratingandembellishingpaperwithembroiderystampingembossingandahostofotherideas.Itfeatures19step-by-stepillustratedprojectstocreateitemssuchasstationerypicturestabledecorationsandgiftboxes.108pp........27.2329.95StitchMagicJanBeaneyJeanLittlejohnTwohighlyrespectedauthorsgiveauniquevisionofhowstitchingcanbeusedtointerpretdesigns.Over90sumptuousphotographsofstitchingwithdetailedexplanationsofthetechniques.Thisbookincludesacomprehensivestitchglossaryandstitchdiagramsshowingthevarietyofdesignapplicationsofdifferentstitches.Itgivespracticaladviceonthechoiceandplanningofstitchesandthecreationofunusualbackgrounds.144pp.......36.3239.95HolidayCraftsfromEverydayHouseholdItemsAcollectionof6craftbookswhichincludeseasy-to-followinstructionsformorethan1000differentprojects.Allthecraftsaremadefromeasy-to-findhouseholdmaterialsandrecyclablesusingsimpletechniquesthatreallyworkClearcolourphotosofthefinishedproductsmakeiteveneasiertofollowthestep-by-stepinstructions.BooksincludeHalloweenThanksgivingChristmasValentinesDayEasterandEverydayoftheyearcrafts.6booksinonebinder............36.3239.95ColouronClothRuthIssettGloriouslycolourfuleffectscanbecreatedonfabricusingsimplecoldwaterdyes.Therangeoftechniquesincludedirectdyeinglayereddyeingpaintingwithdyepatterndyeingandfoldingtechniquesusingresistssuchasflourstarchandpotatodextrinanddevoreinwhichfabricisburntouttocreateatexturedeffect.Manydifferentfabricsareusedsuchascottonsilksatinlinenandcottonvelvetaswellasthreadsandstitching.Easytofollowdyerecipesallowyoutomixupthejewel-likecoloursusedthroughoutthebookandguidanceisgivenonthetechnicalaspectsofcolouranddyeingincludingsafetyconsiderations.128pp.......40.9145.00MoMAHighlightsThisfullcolourbookhighlights350worksfromTheMuseumofModernArtNewYork.TheMuseumofModernArtcollectionmustbealaboratorywherethepubliccanexploretherelationshipbetweencontemporaryartandtheartoftheimmediatepastinanongoingefforttodefinemodernart.TheMuseumiscommittedtodevelopingnewwaysofunderstandingandpresentingitscollection.372pp.......31.8235.00WarmGlassPhilippaBeveridgeIgnasiDomenechandEvaPascualThisbookprovidesdetailedinformationonthehistoryandtraditionaltechniquesofusingakilninglassworkalongwiththeinstructionsandexamplesdesignedtohelpyouunderstandallthestepseachtechniquerequires.Youwilllearnaboutthedifferentkindsofglassavailableandhowthissubstancebehavesduringthefiringcycle.Thiscomprehensiveguideincludesfulldescriptionsofthetoolsfoundinaglassworkshopgroupedaccordingtouseforeasyreference.160pp.......45.4149.95TheFineArtoftheTinCanBobbyHanssonCutitwireitsolderitpaintit-therearemanywaystoalteratincaninordertocreatefunctionaldecorativeobjectsthatcanbeamusinginventiveandoftenbeautiful.Thisbookpresentshundredsofinspiringexamplesrecycledmaterialshavebeentransformedintoelegantjewelleryintricateclocksandhandsomelamps.160pp........22.6824.95 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4ZartExtra_Term42005SecondaryArticlecontTwonewZartArtproductsthePapier-MacheBookandZartPaperMagiclayinspiredthisunit.InitiallyIthoughtofaunitforyear7andyear8butasmyideasdevelopedIcouldseethepotentialforaunitinYear10.Thejuniorunitisstillinthepipeline.ThetaskofengagingstudentsinartresearchhasalwaysbeenachallengeandIhavefoundthatthestudentsrespondedtothisunitpositively.Thestudentshadachoiceastowhichartworktheywantedtoexplorebothvisuallyandtheoreticallyforthistask.Ahugerangeofartworkswerechosenwhichpromotedtheultimatesharingofknowledgethroughtheirclasstalkswithinthegroupof24.Eachchosenartworkwasenlargedandsectionedaccordingtothestudentsideasaboutthefrontbackandsidesoftheirbookcover.Theywererequirednottolosetheessenceoftheartwork.ZartPaperMagiclaywasthenusedtoemphasizepartsoftheimageeg.MarilynMunroeslipsandblondehairinWarholsartworktheappleplacedinfrontofMagrittesManwithaBowlerhatandMunchsScreamfigure.Gouachepaintwasusedtoapplythecolourastruetothecoloursinthereproductionaspossible.Capturingroundnessofformbackgroundeffectsandcolourmixesetc.introducedanelementofproblem-solvingtotheexercise.FinerdetailswereappliedwithcolouredpencilandfinelinersandforsofteffectsontheFridaKahlofaceforexampleshavedsoftpastelwasused.Thebookcoverswerethensealedwithaclearglosssprayvarnish.Thestudentsthenbegantheirresearchusingtheinternetandtheartlibraryreferencesection.Theywererequiredtoresearchaccordingtoateacherguidesheetwhichaskedthemtoproducewellpresentedinformationcardspagesbookletsonareassuchasthebackgroundoftheartistandtheartworkstyletechniquesandmediainfluencestheuseoftheartelementsie.lineshapecolourcompositionalelementsdepthetc.Studentswerealsoaskedtoincludeabonuscardcardsonaninterestingunusualpointabouttheselectedartworkeg.onthethemeofastronomyandScream...thebloodredskieswitnessedinEuropeafterKrakatoaeruptedweresaidtohaveremainedinMunchsmemory.TenyearslaterMunchpaintedthebloodredskyinhisfamouspainting...OR...abonuscardforKlimtsTheKissbookfeaturedseveraldressdesignsinfluencedbytheartofGustaveKlimtfoundonaninternetsite.IntheircardpagepresentationstudentscouldusecomputersscannersprintersandCoverPaper.Thestudentswerethenaskedtopresenttheirbookanditscontentstoclassmembers.IndevelopingtheunitinthiswayIhavegivenmystudentsarangeofapproachestoresearchandalternativemethodsofpresentation.Studentsenjoyedtheactivityandespeciallyworkingwiththetwonewproducts.ValMcCannYr10VisualArtsTeacherStawellSecondaryCollegePleaserefertoyourTermTwo2005ZartExtrafordetailsofournewrangeofpapiermacheproducts. SituatedatzarteducationserviceisZartsStudentGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels17.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Youcannowseeourcurrentandpasttermgalleryexhibitionsonourwebsitewww.zartart.com.auhtmlgallery.htmlWearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailonjanzartart.com.auZartsStudentGalleryZartExtra_Term420055DuringTermOnelocalartistBradWestfromApolloBayworkedwiththestudentsatBellbraePrimarySchoolonaunitofworkbasedontheenvironment.ThestudentsmadeceramictileswithBradandhealsoworkedonawoodensculpture.AspartofthefestivaltocelebratethisunitofworkthestudentsinGrade3and4lookedatanddiscussedtheworkofbookillustratorJeannieBaker.WiththehelpofLibraryteacherRosaPortthestudentswrotepoemsthatexpressedtheirfeelingsaboutwheretheylive.Drawingonthegeographicalfeaturesoftheirsurroundingenvironmentthestudentscollectedcollagematerialsandusedwhattheycouldfindintheartroomtocreateacollageonacetate.TheyusedChromatempPainttopaintthebackgroundandusedZartPaperMagiclaytocreatefiguresandfeaturesofthelandorseascape.ThomastownWestPrimarySchoolFacesPenleighandEssendonGrammarAerialMapsApolloParkwaysPrimarySchoolPeopleinactionStrathconaGirlsGrammarGalataTowerUnitBellbraePrimarySchoolCollagesDoncasterGardensPrimarySchoolIllustratedLettersStGeorgesRoadPrimarySchoolPaintingsHughesdalePrimarySchoolDragonfliesWesleyCollegeWaverleyMulticuturalfiguresKingKhalidCollegeCeramicfiguresRuytonGirlsSchoolPrintsCatholicRegionalCollegeSalePrintsStawellSecondaryCollegePapierMachebooksSherbournePrimarySchoolFacesGlenWaverleyPrimarySchoolCollageTreesWaverleyMeadowsPrimarySchoolYearoftheRoosterWaverleyChristianCollegeBirdsOrmondPrimarySchoolsMoroccanlanternsAntoinetteGregoryVisualArtsTeacherBellbraePrimarySchoolBushandBeachKingKhalidCollegePenleighandEssendonGrammarterm2005 6ZartExtra_Term42005ProfileMarksMapsThroughLineHowdoothersandIdescribeanalyseorganizeandshapetheconstructedworldaroundusTocomplementandextendtheYearFourTermOneIntegratedStudiesModuleMelbourneandBeyondthisvisualartsunitwasdesignedtoenablestudentstoexaminehowpastandpresentartistsincludingauthorsandillustratorsofchildrensliteratureAustralianartistsandartistsfromothercultureshavethroughtheirartworksattemptedtodescribeanalyseandunderstandtheconstructedurbanenvironmentaroundthem.MappingMooneePondswastheculminatingexerciseofthisunit.Ittookapproximately3weekstocomplete.MyPlace-TheMappingofMooneePondsArtElementslineshapecolourpatternspaceArtistLinksAerialphotographicimagesofMelbourneandsuburbsNgurrara1canvas1996variousArtistsMangkajafromColourPoweratNGVAustraliaFederationSquare2005.ImagehistoryanddetailsofthisworkavailableinColourPowerAboriginalArtPost1984JudithRyanpublishedbyNGV2004AdditionalResourcesA3imagesfromMelwaysstreetdirectoryofMooneePondsarea-anA3imageofasectionoftheoriginalmapforeachstudenttoworkfromMaterialsChromacrylPaintsinprimarycolourspluswhiteA3BlackCartridgeWhiteOilPastelsMethod1.AerialimagesofMelbournesnorthernsuburbswereviewedandspontaneouslydiscussed.Theseweregenerallyimagesthathadappearedinnewspapersandmagazinesthathadbeencollectedovertimebutaerialpostersarealsoavailable.LandmarksthatstudentswerefamiliarwithwereidentifiedMaribynongRiverHighpointShoppingCentreGolfCoursesParksandotherrecreationalsites.2.Theimageswerealsoexaminedasartworksintheirownrightandthetypesoflinesshapesspacesandpatternsoftheaerialviewswereinvestigatedanddescribed.Theirregularmeanderingcurvedlineoftheriverwascomparedandcontrastedwiththeregulargridsofthebuilt-upareasandtheinterestingweboflinescreatedbyroads.3.InpairsstudentsenthusiasticallypouredoverenlargedphotocopiesoftheMelwaysmapofMooneePondsanditsimmediatesurroundingareas.KeyareasofinterestwerelocatedincludingourschoolknownlocalshoppingareasparksplaygroundschurchesrecreationalareastheMaribynongRiverandthestreetswheresomestudentslived.4.Theuseofmappingsymbolswasdiscussed.WhatisasymbolHowareroadrailandtramlinesrepresentedHowarechurchesparksetc.represented5.Againthesemapsweredescribedusingtheartelementswhichwerethencomparedwiththeaerialphotographicimages.Thesimilaritiesanddifferencesbetweenthephotographsandthedrawnmapswereobserved.6.AsagroupstudentsinvestigatedNgurrara1canvas1996variousartistsMangkajadisplayedinColourPoweratNGVAustraliaFederationSquare2005andillustratedinColourPowerAboriginalArtPost1984.Thesizehistoryandintentofthismagnificentartworkrealisedby24Indigenousartistswerehighlightedtoassistthestudentstogainsomeunderstandingofacollaborativeartprojectofsymbolismandofthedifferentwaysandreasonscountryismapped.7.TheprojectoftheMappingofMooneePondswasproposedanddiscussed.EachstudentwasgivenanenlargedsmallsectionoftheMelwaysmapnumberedaccordingtowhereitfittedonthemapandaskedtooutlinethemajorroadsrailwaysandtramlinesparksetc.StudentsthentransferredthesemajorlinesandshapesontoasheetofA3BlackCartridgeusingaWhiteOilPastel.8.ColourslinespatternsandsymbolsforroadsparksrecreationalareasandsuburbansectionswerediscussedinorderthatthecompletedmaphadanoverallunityandcouldbeeffectivelycombinedtoformonecohesivecreativemapofMooneePonds.9.Studentspaintedtheirsectionofthemapusingtheguidelinesdiscussedanddecidedupon.Linestheriverroadsrailwaysetc.weredetailedfirstandthentheshapescreatedbythesethoroughfareswerefilledinaccordingtowhethertheywerebuilt-upareasorparksandopenspaces.10.UponcompletiontheindividualmapswerejoinedtocompletetheMappingofMooneePonds.PlacesSpacesHeatherLeeVisualArtsTeacherPenleighEssendonGrammar 2005ChristmasBookNEWThisyearourfullcolourChristmasbookisbasedonthepopularcarolTheTwelveDaysofChristmaswiththehopethataclasscandecorateaChristmastreeorclassroomwiththesegiftsaswellasanumberoftraditionalChristmasdecorations.TheactivitiesaredesignednottocopywhatadultshaveproducedbuttogiveachildsinterpretationandresponsetothisChristmascarol.Thebookwillgiveclassroomandvisualartteachersastartingpointforstudentstoexplorenewvisualartmediatechniquesandskills.48pp.............25.0027.50Available1stofOctoberHappeningsZartZartExtra_Term420057ZartArt.TheCompletePackage.BookingsarenowbeingtakenfortheZesBacktoBasicsprogramEachyearZESZartEducationServiceorganisesa3-dayinserviceforprimaryschoolteacherswhoareteachingartforthefirsttime.Itisalsosuitableforclassroomteachers.Theyarepracticalhands-onsessionswhichfocusonspecificareasofarte.g.drawingpaintingprintinginlightoftheVictorianEssentialLearningStandardsVELS.Somereferenceisalsomadetoartroompracticesuchasbudgetingroomorganisationandstorage.Eachidenticalprogramrunsover3daysfrom9.20am3.30pmandcosts270.00.ThisincludesaBacktoBasicsBookletmorningteamaterialsandalightlunch.ForfurtherinformationregardingbookingspaymentpleasecontactZESon0398901867oremailzeszartart.com.auVenueZartArt741LextonRoadBoxHillNorthMelbourneVictoria3128outnowincludesnewandtriedandtrueChristmasandothercelebrationsproductscompletewithactivitiesandusefullinkstoourwebsitewww.zartart.com.auTeachingArtforthefirsttimeProgramA16th17th19thJanuary2006ProgramB23rd24th25thJanuary2006ProgramC2nd3rd4thFebruary2006TwelvecreativedaysofChristmas 8ZartExtra_Term42005primaryarticleAninternationaleventonagrandscalesuchasthe2004OlympicGameshardlyneedsanintroductionasaninspirationandstimulusjustlikeastartingblocksettolaunchavisualartmarathon.Thegoldmedalathleteatthecentreofthispaperbasedartisticeventforgrades26atApolloParkwaysPrimarySchoolwasthehumble2Dplastichumanmannikin.FigurativelyspeakingitwasTakeyourmarkssetandgo.TheOpeningCeremonysawstudentschooseasportoraneventfromacomprehensivelistandtheythenproceededtomanipulatetheirfigureintoapositionthathighlightedtheirfinephysique.Studentswereencouragedtoexplorefurtherlessobviouspositionswithintheireventtoportraysomesequenceandthevarietyofmovementsathletestravelthroughduringtheonegameoreventfromastartingpositiontofullyextendedandthenontothefollowthrough.LettheGamesbeginStudentsneededtocheckthatthepositionandjointrotationstheyhadselectedfortheirathletewerephysicallypossibleespeciallythoserelatedtothekneeandelbowjoints.Themannikinsareveryflexibleandsomestudentssoondiscoveredthathumanscantbendtheirkneeasacameldoes.Differentgradelevelsweregivendifferentchoicesofmaterialsandprocessestodevelop.Amedleyofmixedmediaresultedinarangeofskillsandtechniquesallthewaytothefinishline.Thepodiumproudlypresentedmanysatisfiedparticipantsandfabulousartworks.BytheClosingCeremonystudentshadjourneyedthroughadecathlonofartelementsandprinciples.TheyhadchosenfromabaseofA2orA3blackorwhitecartridgepapertracedaroundtheirathleteandthenproceededtoeithercutoutthefigureanduseitasapositiveornegativesilhouettehighlightingitbyfillinginwithcolourorpatternorfocusingonthesurroundoftheathleticshapeorsilhouette.MaterialsutilisedwereWatercolourPaintDiscsFoodDyeOilPastelsandresisttechniqueGelFXPencilsDerwentColouredPencilsCrayolaMarkersConnectorPensandMetallicMarkers.AllstudentshadmanyopportunitiestodeveloptheirunderstandingofvariousartformsandelementsthroughCSF11levels24.Grades23and4exploredpatternlinerepetitionthickthincontinuousbrokensymmetryandbalancealongwithcolourandtonechoices.Grades45and6developedshapenegativepositivecontrastmovementdirectionsymmetrybalancelightcolourhotcoldandenergypatterntoneandshade.Grade4studentsalsoexploredoverlappingfiguresandviewpoints.Grade5and6studentslookedatspecificcolourtorepresenttheintensityoftheactionorevent.Durationofthisactivityforallgradeswas24sessions.JaniceBowieVisualArtsTeacherApolloParkwaysPrimarySchoolFigurativelySpeaking Thisheavy-dutycrepepapercomesdoublesided-acolouredfrontandametallicback.ThispaperisthereforeidealforChristmasdecorationswithadifference.A4approxsheetsin8differentcolours.Pktof40......8.459.30MettexDoubleSidedPaperNewProductsZartExtra_Term420059Thisheavyweightfoilissuitableforeasyembossingusingapen.Alsousefulforjewelleryenamellingandconstruction.45cmx1mrollCoppergoldgreenorred.Roll...........19.7221.69CraftAluminiumWireAsoft2mmcolouredwirethatiseasytomanipulateandfuntoworkwith.CreateinterestingshapestoformquirkyjewelleryordecorativepiecesforChristmas.Availablein10metrerollsin5assortedcoloursofBlueGoldGreenPurpleorRed.Seeour2005TwelveDaysofChristmasBookforaCraftWireBookmarkactivityEach.........7.568.32AssortedboxofmetallicwaxcrayonsincoloursofSilverbronzeandgold.Boxof48.....24.8827.37StubbiesMetallicWaxCrayons48sAluminiumColouredEmbossingFoilNaturalWeavingMeshNaturalsturdyfibre.Useasabasetocreateaformweaveintoorusefordecoration.45cmX9mRoll...............10.5611.62blueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTpricesarevaliduntilInsertdate 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