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Term12006RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003Term12006RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003ZartExtraNewsletters2006Term1Term2Term3Term4 BlankPage Term12006RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003 NewPublicationsViewpointsAustralianArtPackSeries178821stCentury2ZartExtra_Term12006primaryarticlecontpage9PrimaryArticleTheManyFacesofOurSchoolStFrancisXavierBoxHillActivityX-rayKitAnimalProfileArtforLearningArtasLearningtheArtofLearningPortPhillipSpecialistSchoolcovercontentsZartsStudentGalleryWhatsonandfeaturinginourGalleryforTerm12006.page5page6SecondaryArticleInspiredbyTheScreamEastDoncasterSecondaryCollegepage7page3ZartExtraThispublicationissentouttoallschoolsinthefirstweekofeachterm.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.ISSN14488450WhatsHappeningatZartArtinTermoneWelcomebackWehaveanothergreatyearplanned-highlightingthecelebrationofthemelbournecommonwealthgamesWewouldliketowelcomeournewteachersofartsomeofwhomparticipatedinoursuccessful2006backtobasicprogram.Wehopeyouenjoyourgreatservicepdworkshopsournewsletternewproductsandfreshideasthroughoutthe2006yearJustareminderthewinnersofour2005christmascataloguecompetitionwillbeannouncedinourterm2zartextrastaytuned...thecommonwealthgameshavealteredthevictorianschooltermdatessowehavehadtoadjustourmailouttimes.Theterm2ZartExtrawillbeavailablefromthe18thofApril.Pricesontheterm1specialsflyerwillbevalidforanextendedperiod-tothe13thofapril.Remembertogetyourbacktoschoolorderstousbythe1stofmarchtoreceivedourPricesavingoffers.DuetoashortTermviconlyZESwillfocusontheCommonwealthGamesinTermOne.Theseworkshopsfocusonmelbournesiconsaswellaspeopleinaction.hurrylimitedspacesavailable.OurFreeProductIdeasPresentationswillbeheldthistermthroughoutvictoria.PresentedbyoursalesteamGeorgiaPhilippathisisafantasticopportunitytobegintheyearlearningaboutandseeingnewproducts.Itsalsoagreatwaytobegintheyearseeingandsharinginsipirationalideasanddiscussingprojectswithotherteachersinyourarea.tofindoutifthereisapresentationinyourareapleaserefertoyourterm1workshopinsertorourwebsiteforup-to-dateworkshopdetailswww.zartart.com.auHoweverifyourequireaworkshoptomeetspecificcurriculumneedsZESoffersClientRequestedWorkshopsforgroupswholeschoolstaffandnetworks.PleasephoneKirstenatZESformoreinformation0398901867page10NewResourcesMarvellousMelbournetoanewlookatGraffitipage12TheCampaignssixthBigDrawDrawingPowerhadasimpleaim-togeteveryonedrawing.TheCampaignforDrawingwasinitiatedin2000byTheGuildofStGeorgeasmallcharityfoundedbyJohnRuskinthegreatVictorianartistwriterandvisionary.Ruskinsawdrawingasthebasisofvisualthought.Hismissionwasnottoteachpeoplehowtodrawbuthowtosee.5000peoplejoinedLondonsdrawingmarathonon30September2000transformingtheSouthKensingtonMuseumssubwayintoaquartermilelongartistsstudio.AttractingyoungandoldexperiencedandinexperiencedtheeventbuzzedwithexcitementandcreativityandprovedaneffectivetrailblazerforOctobersBigDrawprogramofover300eventsacrosstheUK.ZartEducationServicewillcelebratetheBigDrawin2006.WewouldliketoputdrawingbackontheagendainourschoolsbyofferingworkshopsduringTermThreethatwillexplorethevastarrayofdrawingpossibilitiesextendingwaybeyondpencilandpaper.TheBigDraw-2006ImportantDates-2006CommonwealthGamesMar15-Mar262006HarmonyDayMar212006UnitedNationsInternationalDayofRacia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OurArtistInSchoolPamBoothPamisanartistwhoseworkinfeltinspiredustoengageinourfeltingprojectTheManyFacesofOurSchool.PamwastheArtistInSchoolsteacherwhotaughtusallweknowaboutthefeltingprocess.primaryarticleZartExtra_Term120063Feltismadefromwool.Creamturnsintobutterdoughintobreadandwoolintofeltthesethingsjusthappenwiththehelpofourhands.Addmoistureandheattowoolaswellaspressureandthefibrestightencontractingintoadensemat.AnneBelgrave-HowtoMakeFeltPreparationHavingseenPamBoothsdynamicfeltcreationsStFrancisXaviersArtDepartmentdecidedtoembarkonafeltingproject.Ouraimwastocreateaseriesofmuralsthatwoulddepictthemulticulturalinfluencethatexistswithinourschool.InTerm2webeganourresearchandthestudentsaccessedresourcesfromthelibrary.Theysearchedrelevantinternetsitesinterviewedfamilymembersandbroughticonsorobjectsofculturalsignificancefromhome.Mockupsketchesandcollagesweremadedepictingourcultures.Thispreparationwasvitaltothesuccessoftheproject.Thestudentsfeltthattheyhadownershipofitandappreciatedthebenefitsthatsomanyculturesbroughttoourcommunity.TheManyFacesofOurSchoolStFrancisXavierPrimarySchoolBoxHill 4ZartExtra_Term12006primaryarticlecontbothnaturalandman-madeland-marksfoundinourcountriesoforigin3.Celebrationsmusictheatresportsandcelebrations4.TheManyFacesofOurSchool-depictingthemulticulturaldimensionofourschoolTheProcessThisprocessoccurredwith8groupsofchildrenfromGradeThreetoGradeSixworkingonaparticularmural.Theprojectcommencedwithadiscussionaboutthehistoryoffeltmaking.WelookedatpicturesoffeltcultureinCentralAsiatogivethechildrenanideaofhowpeoplemadefeltandtherolethatfeltplayedinthelivesofnomads.Wealsolookedatexamplesoffeltart.Wetalkedabouttheprojectdiscussinghowwewouldcreateourmuralsusingwool.Designcolourcompositionwerediscussedandwenotedtheimportanceofavoidingusingtoomuchdetailthatwouldbeimpossibletoachievewhenusingfelt.Thechildrenweregivenademonstrationofoverlayingthewooltopsin3alternatelayerswitheachlayerrunningat90degreestotheother.Thechildrenthenworkedinsmallgroupsof12tolaythewoolandcreatealargepre-feltwhichwouldbethebaseofeachmural.Thepre-feltwascoveredwithnettingandwarmsoapywaterwasapplied.Thechildrentookturnstogentlyrubthewooltopsinacircularmotion.Thishelpedtobindthefibrestogetherandcreateapre-felt.Eachchildwasinvolvedinthisprocess.Wealsocreatedsmallerpiecesofvaryingcolouredpre-felts.Theseweretobeusedlaterforthechildrentocreatetheirownimages.Thechildrenworkedfromtheiroriginalsketchesandcreatedtheirownimagesfromthepre-feltsandwooltops.Theywereencouragedtobecreativeintheirdesignandselectionofcolours.Theseimageswerethenpre-feltedreadytobefeltedontothelargemural.Thechildrensimageswerethenarrangedonthebasepiece.Additionalimageswereassembledandaddedandthebackgroundcompleted.Themuralwasthenreadytobefelted.Thenettingwasplacedovertheimagestoavoidloosedetailsfromslippingoutofplaceandwarmsoapywaterwassprayedoverthepiece.Usingaplasticbagthechildrengentlypushedthewaterandsoapsolutionintothewoolthengentlyrubbeduntilthewoolfibresbegantotighten.Theworkwasthenrolledinalargesheetofbubblewrapandacaneblindandrolledbackandforthforseveralminutes.Theworkwasrolledinturnfromallfoursidestokeeptheshrinkageprocesseven.Wecoveredthepiecewithasheetandplaceditontheground.Thefeltingprocesscontinuedwitheverychildhavingachancetowalkandjumponthepiece.Thefeltpiecewasthenthrownonthegroundseveraltimesandthenrinsedinhotandcoldwaterallpartofthefeltingandshrinkingprocess.Thefinalsessionwasspentstitchingandembroideringourmurals.Thechildrenthencreatedsomefelttabswhichwereattachedtothemuralfordisplaypurposes.OurmuralswerereadytobehungFloraandFaunaThismuraldepictsanimalsandplantsfromaroundtheworld.AustraliannativeanimalslikethekangarooandemuappearbesideanIndianelephantandAfricangiraffe.Tropicalfishswiminthewaterholealongwiththeplatypus.Colourfulbirdsareperchedinthegumtreeandthedoveofpeacefliesabove.ThiswasaGrade3initiative.LandmarksandLandformswasournextmural.Itincludeswell-knownstructuressuchastheOperahouseSydneyHarbourLondonBridgeLeaningTowerofPisaTheGreatWallofChinaMiddleEasternbuildingsandthePyramids.ThismuralwasaGrade4initiative.CelebrationswascreatedbyGrade5and6students.ThismuralrepresentstheArtswithmusicalinstrumentsandmusicscores.Acricketbatsoccerballfootballandgoalpostsrepresentsomeofthemanysportsweplaytogether.Fireworksfilltheskyasauniversalsymbolofcelebration.TheManyfacesOfOurschool.Thismuralevokesapowerfulsenseofmulticulturalismwithfacesdesignedbythestudents.Thesedecorativefacesrepresentthemanyculturesthatenrichourschoolcommunity.ThismuralwascreatedbyGrade5and6students.TheFourMuralsIlikedmakingmyface.Beingabletoplaitandbeadthehairwasfun.TiffanyIthoughtitwasfunwhenwehadtojumponourmuraltoshrinkit.MichelleThemuralswillalwaysbehereandinthefuturewecansayIdidthatChanelUnitOutcomestoresearchourculturalbackgroundsthroughinteractionwithfamilymembersandtoshareourdiscoverieswitheachothertodesignandcreatecollagesportrayingourculturalheritagetoexploreelementsofdesignsuchaslineshapeandcolourtodevelopanunderstandingofthefeltingprocessandexplorethepossibilitiesitoffersasamediumofexpressiontoinspireandenthusestudentsabouttheartsandexplorationofthedifferentartformstodevelopprideandconfidenceinchildrensowntalentsandabilitiesinthisareaoftheArtstoprovideopportunitiesforthechildrentodeveloptheirskillsbyworkingwithanartistThestudentscollagesandoilpastelpieceswerecollectedandcollatedtorepresentthemanylandsfromwhichwecome.Weincorporatedthestudentsdesignsintofourmurals1.FloraandFaunaplantsandanimalsfromourcountriesoforigin2.LandMarksandLandForms-Itwasgoodthateveryonegottoworkonthemurals.Alex.PamBoothArtistinSchoolCityofWhitehorseMargBurrowsCathieCanalsArtDepartmentStFrancisXavierBoxHill term2006ZartsStudentGallerysituatedatzarteducationserviceisZartsStudentGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels17.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailonjanzartart.com.auStellaGreigArtsKLAAnnaMihaYear9ArtTeacherKillesterCollegestmarksfawknerviewgalleryonourwebsitevermontsecondarycollegeZartExtra_Term120065brunswicksouthwestprimaryschoolHighlyWiredSolutionsforSculpturesTheWireSculptureUnitresultedoutofdesperation.Duringthis2005yearKillesterhaditsArtandTechnologyRoomsrefurbishedsoformostofthecoursewewereminusourusualartroomfacilitiesincludingourceramicsarea.SointryingtobalancetheArtprogramwithboth2Dand3Dartexperienceswedecidedthatwirewouldbeagreatmediumforsculptures.Althoughourartroomswereoutofactionourcreativitywasnt.Wetriedtovaryourthemestoinspirethestudentsandtokeeptheideasfresh.InsemesteronewelookedattheideaofwirevesselsusinganexamplefromwireartistTimRollason.Interm2thestudentswereaskedtousethethemesofTiarasorBrasBodicesorCollarstocreatesculptures.Studentswereexpectedtofulfiladesignbriefbeforecreatingtheirwork.Firstlytheyresearchedthepossibilitiesbyfindingotherwiresculptorsandtheirworkinbooksandontheinternet.TheyalsoreadupthechapteronwiresculpturesintheirtextbooksArtis.2SandraJanepub1999JWileyandSonsMiltonQLD.Theycreatedabrainstormtypecollageofpossibleideasfrommagazinecutoutsandimages.ThestudentsthendesignedtwopossibilitiesfortheirsculpturestheywereencouragedtoapproachtheunitwithanArtSculptureperspectiveratherthanafunctionalorjewellerymakingexercise.InstructionsonhowtomanipulatejoinandcutwirewasgivenwithsomepracticalexercisestodevelopskillsthesewerealsoincludedintheirVisualDiarieswithannotations.Variousgaugesofwirewiremeshchickenwirefoilandshimmerwereusedaswellasfeathersbeadsandotherobjectstoenhanceordecoratethesculptures.EachprocesswasannotatedintheVisualDiariestheselfevaluationswerewrittenusingthetemplatesfromArtis2SandraJane.Studentsfoundthisarewardingandstimulatingalthoughsometimeschallengingactivitywithfantasticresults.brimbanksecondarycollegeKillesterCollegeWireworksMorelandPrimarySchoolFabricCollagesPenolaCollegeTextileworksofartSantaMariaCollegePrintsStBrigidsMordiallocWireinsectsStFrancisXavierSchoolBoxHillFeltedQuiltsStMarksFawknerRefugeescollageWattleViewPrimarySchoolNoahsArkWaverleyChristianCollegeSilkPaintingWesleyCollegePrahranRycycledcollagesAlphingtonPrimarySchoolPaintingsAspendaleGardensPrimarySchoolArtandliteratureBrentwoodParkPrimarySchoolAerialLandscapesBrimbankSecondaryCollegeDrawingsBrunswickSWPrimarySchoolSeedPodsCourtenayGardensPrimarySchoolChameleonsDoncasterEastSecondarySchoolTheScreamElthamCollegeJuniorSchoolEgyptianstudiesElthamEastPrimarySchoolAbstractartHaileyburyCollegeBrightonDrawings 6ZartExtra_Term12006profilearticleTheVictorianEssentialLearningStandardsVELSasksthatweestablisheducativepurposeasarationaleforouractionsasteachers.IndefiningthispurposewecanaskourselvesWhatispowerfultolearnOnepossibleresponseisVELS.Therearehoweverotherpossibilities.AtPortPhillipSpecialistSchoolwehaverespondedtothechallengesofeducativepurposebydevelopinganarts-basedcurriculum.ThiswecallourVisualandPerformingArtsCurriculumorVPAC.AllArteducatorsarefamiliarwiththebuzzofexcitementandthebusyhumofhighlyengagedstudentsastheyexperiencethepowerofarts-basedlearninginourclassrooms.ThiswaswhatPortPhillipSpecialistSchoolwantedtocaptureandpromote.ToachievethisweuseVisualArtDanceDramaandMusicasvehiclestopromotelearninginareassuchasliteracynumeracyandlivingskills.SymbolandpicturerecognitionskillscommonlyusedbytheArtteacherarealsoemployedbytheclassroomteacherasthesetwoworktogethertodevelopforexampleliteracyskillsineachstudent.Likewisethemanipulationskillsbeingfosteredwhenpaintingserveequallywellwhenforminglettersornumbers.ThiscombinedapproachwhichfocusesonbuildingeitherphysicalorconceptualskillsinstudentsusingartactivitieswhethersituatedinaspecialistroomornotisanimportantfeatureoftheVPAC.EssentiallyitrequiresthatallteachersatPortPhillipSpecialistSchoolarelearningandpractisingasartistsalongsidetheirstudents.Anotherimportantfeatureofthisapproachcomesintheimmediacyofthefeedbackavailabletoeachstudent.Thesenseofgratificationthatisattendantasstudentsenjoytheexperienceofpaintorclayprovidesareadyavenueforteacherstodevelopandextendthispositiveexperiencethusenhancingthelearningmoment.Ifyouwouldliketoknowmoreaboutourinnovativearts-basedapproachpleasecontactRobertNewallatPortPhillipSpecialistSchoolonphone96460855.ArtforLearningArtasLearningTheArtofLearning secondaryarticleZartExtra_Term120067WrittenbyCathyPriceKLALeader-TheArtsEastDoncasterSecondaryCollegeInMarchof2005IpresentedtwoworkshopsatZartcalledEngagingMiddleSchoolStudentsintheVisualArtsClassroom.OneprojectthatIusedinthatworkshopwasaunitofworkbasedonself-portraitsthatIcurrentlyrunattheYear8level.Whenstudentsseeconnectionsbetweentherealworldandtheclassroomtheirlevelofengagementandthereforetheirlearningincreases.Drawinguponpopularcultureandworldwideeventsisanexcellentwaytohelpstudentsmakecriticallinksbetweentheclassroomandbeyondtheschoolgate.IamconstantlyscouringnewspaperstofinditemsthatIthinkwouldbesuitable.InAugustof2004inOsloNorwayarmedmenstormedintoanartmuseumthreatenedstaffatgunpointandstoleEdvardMunchsfamouspaintingTheScreambeforetheeyesofthestunnedvisitors.TheeventcontainedallthevitalingredientsthatIneeded.Thetheftcouldhavebeenpartofatelevisionshowormovie.ItalsocontainedotherpotentialissuessuchasWhatmakesaworkvaluableThepaintingitselfisgut-wrenchingmaterialjustthetypeofover-the-topemotionalcontentthatYear8studentslove.AnaddedbonuswastheMunchshowthatwasattheNationalGalleryofVictoria.inspiredbyTheScreamAnActivitytoEngageTheMiddleSchoolArtStudent 8ZartExtra_Term120061.IbroughtinanoverheadofanewspaperarticleabouttheworkandalsoalargereproductionofTheScream.Ibeganbygettingthestudentstolookatthepaintingandbegintoaskquestionstotrytofindmeaninginthework.AtthispointIdidnotgivethemanyfurtherdetail.2.IalsodownloadedsomeofthemassiveamountofinformationaboutthetheftontheInternet.Itisstillavailable.Icondensedthisintoasmallbookletforstudentstouse.3.InclassdiscussionIposedaseriesofquestionsbasedontheirdiscussionsuchasWhywastheworknotinsuredWherecouldthethievesselltheworkWhywasthisparticularpaintingstolenandnotothersnearit4.IthenaskedstudentstousetheinformationwegotfromtheInternettotrytosolvethecrime.Wewentthroughthenotesandfoundevidenceorclues.Fromthistheywrotewhattheythoughthappenedtotheworkafteritleftthemuseumdoors.Somestudentswrotethisasamini-scripttoamovieorTVshowotherswrotefromthethievespointofvieworthatofavisitororguard.5.Priortothisworkwehadbeendoingsomeworkonself-portraits.ItoldthestudentsthattheyweregoingtocreateanewScreamtoreplacethestolenonebutthistimetheywouldusetheirownface.6.ForreferenceIbroughtinadigitalcameraandstudentstookphotosofthemselvesscreamingnotliterallythereisenoughnoiseinanartclassroom.Ithendownloadedtheseandprintedofftwocopiesforeachstudent.Althoughtheyprotestedabitathavingtheirphototakentheylikedthedigitalaspectofthisandlovedseeingeachothersphotos.7.WethenwentbacktothepaintingtolookatMunchsexpressivedistortion.Studentscutuptheirphotosinvariouswaystoexaggeratedtheheadsparticularlythemouthandeyes.Theseweregluedontopaperandthegapsbetweenthephotocopieswerefilledintocreatetheexaggeratedface.Thiswasparticularlyeffectiveforthosestudentswhoseoriginalphotowasdramaticenough.8.Fromthismanipulatedphotostudentsdrewtheirself-portrait.Atthistimetheycouldalsofurtherstretchandaltertheimagewithpencil.Permanentmarkerwasusedtooutlinethefinalimage.9.DuringthisprocessstudentscouldalsobepreparingtheirbackgroundinspiredfromtheoriginalMunchpainting.AtthistimeadiscussionwasheldabouttheideasofappropriationsocommoninPostModernism.Studentsexperimentedwithdifferentmethodsofapplicationofpaintsforthebackground.Theskyseaandwoodenpierwasdoneondifferentpapersusingavarietyoftoolsotherthanapaintbrushwhichincludedcardboardsqueegeesspongesrollersandcloth.Thesepaperswerethencollagedtogethertoformthebackgroundwiththerailingforthepierappliedlaterwithpaintormarkers.Theself-portraitwasdoneasaseparatepainting.Studentslookedatavarietyofpaintingsthatusedcolourinanunnaturalexpressivewayandchosecoloursfortheirself-portraitsthattheyfeltconveyedthefeelingsandemotionstheywantedtoexpress.Thiseffectwassupportedwithdifferentapplications-withpaintscratchedswirledlayeredanddabbedontothesurfacewithbrushesandknives.Thefinalpaintingswereexpressivedynamicre-interpretationsoftheoriginalpaintingbyMunch.Theentireprojectcoveredanenormousamountofissueswhichlinkednotonlywiththerealworldbutalsowithstudentsideasaboutthemselvesandothers.SecondaryarticlecontComparedtootherself-portraittopicsthatIhaveusedintheclassroomthisapproachincreasedstudentsinterestonmanylevels.Incombiningstudentsinterestinthemselvesandtheirfeelingswithcurrentnewseventsandtrendsinartthelevelofengagementandenthusiasmincreased.IusedthistopicaspartofalargerprogramonthehumanfaceandportraitureinYear8Art.ToseetheentireprogrampleaserefertotheActivitypageontheZartArtwebsitewww.zartart.com.auCathyPriceKLALeader-TheArtsEastDoncasterSecondaryCollegeTheTopicStepbyStep AustralianviewpointsJeffreySmartArtPack178821stCenturyAlsoavailableinthisAustralianArtPackseries178821stCenturyAustralianFacesArtPackAustralianLandscapesArtPackAustralianWaterArtPackNewProductsZartExtra_Term120069AdifferentpointofviewAmandaShelsherVictorMajznerPeterPurvesSmithGeorgeHaynesSaliHermanLeonRoubosAnnemiekeMeinCressidaCampbellMickeyofUlladullaMarcusLyallJudyNapangardiWatsonTheAustralianViewpointsArtPackthefourthinthisartappreciationseries.Viewpointsfeatures12differentAustralianartistsfromearlycoloniallate19thcenturytocontemporaryartistsofthe21stcentury.TwelveA3fullcolourprintswithteachernotesonthereversewhichgivedetailsoftheworktheartistandthetime.Eachcardincludessuggestedresearchandanactivityforstudentstoexplorethestyleoftheparticularartist.AjourneythroughAustralianArtHistorysetof12cards....55.0060.50NEW 10ZartExtra_Term12006ActivityPythonsareold-worldsnakesandfeatureinthemythologiesofmanycultures-theserpentintheAdamandEvestorytheserpentinGreekmythologykilledbythegodApollotheDreamingserpentoftheIndigenousPeopleofAustralia.ThepythonwehavehereistheChildrenspythonnamedbyJohnGeorgeChildren.ItisthesecondsmallestpythonintheworldandlivesinthenorthernpartofAustraliausuallyshelteringincavesandrockcrevices.Itisplacidnon-venomousandlivesforaboutfifteentotwentyyears.Itfeedsonsmallmammalssmallbirdsandotherreptiles.ThesnakeMindiisaveryimportantsymbolfortheIndigenousPeopleofAustralia.AstheRainbowSerpentitfeaturesextensivelyinDreamingstoriesasasupernaturalbeingandcreatorancestor.Thedynamiccurveofthebodyrepresentsthecourseofrivers.WititjthewaterpythonofcentralArnhemLandwhenangeredsuckedinwaterrearedandthenspatitouttoformraincloudsforthefirstmonsoonseason.Overthecenturiestheserpenthasbeenpaintedonrockwallsandonbarkdrawninthesandcarvedintopiecesofwoodandpaintedoncanvas.ChildrensPythonLiasischildreniX-RAYKITAnimalThispackofsixx-rayimageslinksenvironmentalstudiesandartwhileenrichingbothareas.ThisworkisanewandexcitingprojectlinkingHealesvilleSanctuaryandZartArt.SixAustraliananimalskeletonx-rayimageshavebeenprovidedfromHealesvilleSanctuaryandshowTheChildrensPythonGouldsWattledBattheEasternLong-NeckedTurtlethePlatypustheKowariandtheGiantTreeFrog.Eachskeletonshowstheintricatebonestructurethatmakesmovementuniqueforeachanimalandeachmakesamostamazingpatternworkinitsownright.Artactivitieshavebeendevelopedfocussingonpatternandprovidingarangeof2Dand3Doutcomes.ActivitiesincludesketchinganddrawingHoweachcreaturelooksontheoutsideaswellasarangeof2Dand3DactivitiesforHoweachcreaturelooksontheinside.Theseincludea3Dlinearsculptureforthesnakea3Dpaperconstructionwitharemovableshellfortheturtleafinewireconstructionwithfragileshimmerpaperwingsforthebatatextilesewncollagefortheratjewelleryforthefrogablackandwhitecollageandrubbingfortheplatypus.HerewefeaturejustaselectionoftheChildrensPythonasanexampleoftheactivitiesinthiskit. ActivitycontZartExtra_Term12006112.MODELOFCHILDRENSPYTHONSSKELETONiUseZartPaperMagiclaytomodelasnakebackboneandribs.Usethephotocopiedimageforreferencebutdonotaimattotalrealism.Simpleshapeswillworkbestinthisactivity.BeginbyrollingaballofMagiclayflattenitintoacubeandpullouttheribshapesfromoneside.Practiseuntilagoodshapehasbeenmade.iiMakeanumberofbonesasaboverangingfromsmalltolarge.Makeaskeletonheadforthesnake.Whentheskeletonandheadarecompletetheycanbeleftwhiteorpaintedforaspecialeffect.Allowthemtodry.UsethinArmatureWiretothreadthroughthebonestojointhemtogether.Thewirecanbebenteasilysothesnakecanappeartobemovingoffthegroundfora3Deffect.NBThis3DChildrenspythoncanbemadebyeachstudentonasmallscaleoronelargeonemightbeconstructedusingmanybonesmadebyallthestudentsandthenarrangedintoonelarge3Dsnake.HowtheChildrensPythonlooksontheinside.1.SKETCHINGTHESNAKESKELETONiTherearenumerousbonesintheChildrenspython.Apatternofboneslinkstoformthebackbonewhichbeginsattheheadandendsatthetail.Eachbonehastwocurvedribsattachedtoitwhichreachalmostrightaroundthebodytoholdthesnaketogether.Allthesebonesarethesamebutarequitesmallattheheadgetlargerastheymoveupthebodyandgetsmalleragainastheyreachtowardthetail.Provideeachstudentwithaphotocopyofthex-rayedsnakeforreferenceanddiscussthedetailsthatcanbeseen.Thex-rayshowsanewperspectiveofthesnake.Itshowshowasnakeisabletotwistandturnasallthebonesareinterlinkedtomeshtogether.Withthestrongmusclesthatsurroundthebonesthewholeactionofmovementbegins-atwistingslidingturningsssssssssseffect.iiLookatthepatterninanindividualbackbonewithitsattachedribbones.Makesomesketchesofhowitlooksorhowitmightlook.Keeptheshapesimpleasithastoberepeatedmanytimesinthenextdrawing.iiiOnapieceofpapersketchonecurvingsnakeline.Thiswillbethelineonwhichthebackboneisdrawn.Beginatoneendanddrawinthebackboneusingtheshapefromabove.Beginmakingtheshapesverysmallandslowlyenlargethemuntilthecentreisreachedthendecreasetheminsizetotheotherendofthesnake.Theshapeswillformapatternofbones.Closeobservationoftheskullofthex-rayedsnakewillbeessentialtoaddtheshapesnecessaryforthehead.ModelofChildrenPythonsSkeletonX-RAYKIT-AUSTRALIANANIMALREPTILEAsetofX-Rayson6differentanimals.KitcomeswithextensiveteachernotesactivitieswrittenbyKateHart.BackgroundinformationoneachanimalsuppliedbyHealesvilleSanctuary.AvailableforreleaseFebruary2006Set.................36.3239.95www.zoo.org.auNEWblueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTpricesarevaliduntilApril132006 NewResourcesnewresourcesblueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTpricesarevaliduntilApril13200612ZartExtra_Term12006LOGOLABChristopherSimmonsThisbookunearthstherealstoriesWhatwentoninsideeachdesignersheadasheorshestruggledwiththedemandingtaskofdesigningalogo.Featuring18casestudiesthatdemonstrateidentitycreationfromconcepttocompletion.Thestoriesareasdifferentasthelogosthemselvesandyettherearestrikingsimilarities.143pp.......45.4149.95TheFigureinClayThisstunningandbeautifullyphotographedguideillustrateshowninemasterceramistsapproachthecomplexitiesofsculptingthehumanfigurewhilealsoofferingabundantinspiration.Theartistsdiscusshisorhersculpturesandexplainsboththeattractionsandchallengesoftheirworkingmethods.Thereisdetailedstep-by-stepphotographsshowinganartistcreatingoneoftheirsingularpieces.176pp........36.3239.95TheEncyclopediaofSculptureJohnMillsAdefinitiveguidetostudiopracticeinsculpturefromoneoftheworldsleadingsculptors.ItgivesdetailedexplanationsforarangeoftraditionalcontemporaryandexperimentalapproachestosculptinginavarietyofmaterialsincludingclayconcreteglassmetalpolystyreneplasterofParisresinandwax.Everyaspectofsculptureiscoveredfromstudioequipmentandpreparationtohandlingthematerialsandsurfacefinishes.233pp.......40.9145.00SeeingAroundYouThisseriesusesfull-colourphotographsandanon-fictionformattointroducechildrentotheworldofcolour.Theyaredesignedtobereadaloudtoapre-readerortobereadindependentlybyanearlyreader.Photographsandactivitieshelpearlyreadersandlistenersunderstandthetextandconceptsdiscussed.BlackeachBlueeachBrowneachGreeneachOrangeeachPinkeachPurpleeachRedeachYelloweachWhiteeach32ppeachbooklet10.8611.95GraffitiBrazilBrazilsgraffiticaptivateswithentirelyfreshideastechniquesandmessages.Fromtheextraordinarycreativeextremesgeneratedamidurbandeprivationtothecraftedmuralsattheirmostelaboratethisbookoffersbothstunningphotographyandindepthhistoryandinsight.Withgraffitiworldwidebecomingmorehomogenizedthisbookisareminderofthestrengthsofcreativeindependenceandtherichfruitsofculturaldiversity.127pp........27.2329.95ConcreteToCanvasSkateboardersArtJoWaterhouseDavidPenhallowSinceagraphicwasfirsthand-drawnontoaboardthecultureofskateboardinghasbeencreativeandvisualwithby-productssuchasvideosstickersmagazinesboardgraphicsandclothing.Inrecentyearsmoreskateboardersthaneverhaveturnedtoartasanotheroutletfortheircreativityskateboardmagazineshavebeguntoincludemorefeaturesonartworkandanincreasingnumberofexhibitionsfocusonartproducedbyskateboarders.Thisbookbringstogetherawidevarietyofthefinestworkbytheseartistswhetheronskatedeckscanvascomputersinsketchbooksoronthestreets.127pp........36.3239.95IslamicArtinDetailTheBritishMuseumThisbookoffersastrikingandunusualviewofawidearrayofartsfromacrosstheMuslimworld.Ithighlights-closeupandincolour-outstandingexamplesofdesignandcraftinpaintingsandmanuscriptscalligraphymetalworkceramicsglassjadeandivory.Itsetsoutthecharacteristicelementscommontoartisticcreativitystretchingbacktothe7thcenturyfromSpaintoIndonesia.144pp.......40.9145.00MarvellousMelbourneDVDLocalphotographerFredyKochercapturedtheessenceofMelbournethroughthelensofhiscamera.UsetheslideshowtostimulatediscussionaboutthecityofMelbourneitsarchitecturegardenslifestyleandthingsuniquetothiscity.Theslideshowrunsfor8.2minutes.Each....15.0016.50DVDBookSpotlight 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primaryarticlecontpage6page8page3ZartExtraThispublicationissentouttoallschoolsinthefirstweekofeachterm.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-12.00noonpage12page10page9page11ProleArticleDontfencemein...BeverleyHillsPrimarySchoolTheaimofartistorepresentnottheoutwardappearanceofthingsbuttheirinwardsignificance.AristotleAustraliaisasportingnationandweshouldfeelasenseofpridethatAustraliansatlargeparticipateinsuchhealthyleisureactivities.Weallknowthatsportisveryentertaininganditteachesmanyworthwhilesocialmentalandphysicalskills.Parentsaretobecommendedfortheirdedicationinrushingafterworkandonweekendstotaketheirchildrentosportstrainingortoplayorwatchmatches.ItseemsthattheartsarealsowellattendedbyAustralians.In19998.2millionadultswenttoanartgallerywhereasinthesameyear4.5millionwenttoafootballmatch.Yetin2000-1corporateAustraliadonated480millioninsponsorshiptosportingactivitiesandonly70milliontothearts.WhilstsomemayarguethattheartsjustdontpaythetruthofthematteristhattheDutchMastersexhibitionattendedbysome380000peoplehasboostedVictoriaseconomyby26millionTheexhibitionnotonlyprovideduswithanappreciationofthesegreatDutchartiststheirlivesthoughtsandinnerworkingsbutalsoanunderstandingoftheperiodknownastheGoldenAge.Theartsarevastlydifferentfromsportyettheybothprovidemulti-layersofenrichingexperiencesandshouldthereforeberecognisedfortheirworth.WakeupAustraliaChristmasHamperWinnersWhatsHappeningatZartArtTheCommonwealthGamescelebrationsarenowoverfromyourpositivefeedbackwerepleasedyouenjoyedourtermonesfocusonthegamesandonMelbourne.Wehopetoprovideyouwithfreshusefulideasthatcanbeintergratedinyourcurriculumthroughouttheyear...staytunedTokeepyouinspiredinthisextendedTermVICZEShasplannedahugeofferingofworkshopsthatcoverarangeofmedia-fromafricandollstobeginningclayaswellasexploringsecondarythemesofVELSandfoliopreparation.AhighlightontheworkshopcalendarislookingontheinsideAustralianAnimalsX-raysSuitableforprimarylowersecondaryitwillbeheldatHealesvilleSanctuary-ThisoneisnottobemissedNowItstimetocatchuponyourreadingwithBookWeeknowjustaroundthecorner.CelebratingthethemeBookNowZesworkshopswillcommenceonJune3rd2006.LastlyTheannualZartArtExpoClearanceSaleisonJune30-arriveearlytopickupabargainpleaseseepage11formoredetailsonthisfundayoutatZart.PleaseseetheTerminsertorourwebsiteformoreinformationonanyofourworkshopsthisterm.httpwww.zartart.com.auhtmlworkshopsmain.AHamperofartmaterialseachvaluedat250tothefollowing6organisationsforplacingtheir2005ChristmasorderwithZartArtHorshamWestPrimarySchoolHobsonBayPrimarySchoolWimmeraRegionalLibraryHorshamWellingtonSecondaryCollegeSpringvaleHeightsPrimarySchoolMoombaParkPrimarySchoolArtdepartmentstaffatWellingtonSecondaryCollegeoneofourhappy2005ChristmasHamperwinnersPrimaryArticleMovingArtSouthernCrossPrimarySchoolSecondaryArticleTheGreenSashStPaulsAnglicanGrammarZartsStudentGalleryWhatsonfeaturinginourGalleryforTerm22006.NewProductsPerhapsournewproducts-beadsmaskskitswillassistyourculturalstudiesActivitiesMakeanimpressioninthewonderfulworldofrockart...NewResourcesFeaturingexcitingX-Rays....contentscovercoverZARTEXTRAAVisualArtspublicationproducedeachtermforPre-schoolPrimarySec-ondaryTeachersbyZartArtandZartEducatio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TheGreenSashWhatinterestedmeaboutteachingYear9VisualArtatStPaulsAnglicanGrammarwasthevisionoffabulousfifteen-year-oldsmakingartworksinagreatbigoldfactory.Theyear9programatStPaulsAnglicanGrammarSchoolisaninnovativeprogramconductedataseparatecampusinarenovatedRopeFactory.ThisuniquelearningspacewithstaffdedicatedonlytoYear9allowscreativityincurriculumdesignwithouttheshacklesofbeingtiedtoatraditionaltimetable.Agreatdealofthelearningprogramisinterdisciplinary.VisualArtsisalsoofferedasastand-alonesubject.Iwantedtodevelopaprogramthatwasmeaningfulandengagingforthesestudents-anartprogramthatisever-changingandthatbeginswiththestudentsinvolvesthestudentsandlookslikethestudentsanartprogramthatdevelopspartnershipsbydrawinginthecommunitytoworkandsharetheirartpracticewiththestudentsavisionofanartistworkingamongsttheteachersandstudentsastudentorteacherstoppingforachatwiththeartistastheywalktotheirnextclassanopportunityforastudenttosetupaneaselalongsidetheartistandtoengageintheprocessofartmaking.Withthisinmindaprojectemerged.AdiscussionwiththestudentsabouttheprocessofcreatingartleadmetoGaryMilesStudio.Garyisanacclaimedartist.GarypaintstheAustralianlandscape.HesetsupcampinremotepartsofAustraliaforweeksonendtofullyunderstandhissubject.HisA-framestudiodisplaysanamazingcollectionofartefactsfromhiscampsandeachonehasanamazingstorythatGaryhasagiftoftelling.GaryGaryMilesNedKellytheYear9ArtProject.ZartExtra_Term220063secondaryarticle isalsoawonderfulsupporterofourschoolandkids.IwantedthestudentstovisitGaryinhisstudiotowatchhimworkandtodevelopanunderstandingofhispaintingprocess.WetalkedaboutstartingpointsandGaryintroducedtheideaofNedKelly.GaryhadreadPeterCareysTrueHistoryoftheKellyGangandwastakenbyCareysinterpretationoftheeventwhenyoungKellysavedDickieSheltonfromdrowninginthefloodedHughesCreekandwasrewardedwithagreensash.ThesamesashNedwaswearingwhenhewasbroughtdownatGlenrowan.Thisprosewassopowerfulthatwedecidedtodevelopaproject.GaryandthekidswoulduseCareyswritingandcreatetheirowninterpretationsvisually.TheProjectTheStudioVisitDamperwascookinginthefiretheVictorianflagwasflyingandahugeblankcanvaswasrestingontheflagpoleatGarysstudiowhenwearrived.WeallsataroundthecampfirewithourdamperandbillyteaasGaryreadfromCareysbook.Thekidswerehooked.Garyandthekidsthenextractedphrasesfromthereadingandwrotealistofdescriptionsthattheywouldrefertowhenworking.InsideGarysstudiohestartedworkonpaperusingmixedmediaofinkpaintandpencil.Wewatchedandlistenedashewashedtheinksoverthepaperspreadingthemwithwetragshisfingersandsteelrulers.Garythoughtaloudasheworked.Hewasthinkingaboutthethunderofthecreekwaterfastandcold.Anoldrivergumsubmergedintheflood.thepatternofredrosesadressforhismother.A7ftsash.Itwaspeacockgreenembroideredwithgold.Hewasthinkingaboutcolourlineandmovement.Hewasthinkingabouthisnextpaintingthelargecanvasperhapsaseriesanexhibition.Hetalkedaboutthepowerofmakingyourmark.Whenyoumakeamarkitsawonderfulthing.Dontholdbackanddontpanic.Itsuniqueandthemarkyouhavemadenobodyelsewouldmaketheexactsamemark.OnthebustripbacktotheRopeFactorythestudentsdiscussedthestoryandwereplanningtheirownartworks.Theywereaskingforspecificmaterialsandtoolstobeavailablefortheirnextlesson.TheywerediscussingGarystechniquesandcouldntwaittogetstarted.ThisprojectwasgoingtobeGaryandthestudentswork.GarywastheteacherandthementorandIbecamethefacilitatorofthelearning.AsthefacilitatorofthelearningItrackedthestudentslearningbykeepingadiary.Ialsophotographedtheprojectandaskedthestudentstoreflectontheirlearning.Thisdocumentationwasdisplayedsothatthelearningbecamevisiblethroughouttheprocess.Ialsoaskedastudenttofilmtheproject.Hisbriefwastodocumentthespiritoftheartist.FirstArtMakingSessionExtractfromDiary6thSeptember2005Iwasamazedattheconfidencethekidshadwhentheyapproachedtheirworktoday.Therewasnohesitation.Theywerethrowingtheinkovertheirpageandrubbingitinwithragsfingersandbrushes.Theywereexploringothertoolssuchascardtomovethepaint.Theywereexperimentingwithacrylicpaintpencilsandoilpastels.Theyseemedtoworkwithafreedomthatcomeswithconfidence.Ibelievetheywerepreparedbeforethelessontheyhadallweekendtothinkabouttheirwork.FridaysGarypaintedwithoilsonthehugecanvasintheRopeFactoryeveryFridayfor5-6weeks.WhileGaryworkedthestudentsandstaffwatchedhisprogress.TheArtstudentsdiscussedthedevelopmentoftheirworkwithGaryandtooktheirideaswiththemtotheirnextArtclass.TheotherYear9studentstookagreatinterestintheprojectandwouldchatwithGaryandtheydevelopedawonderfulrelationshipwithhim.ThestaffalsobecameinvolvedanddevelopedaninterestintheArtproject.TheFactorywasreallybuzzingonFridaysagreatinterestwasdeveloping.ThestaffandIwereconcernedaboutthepaintingandGarysmaterialsandthetoolsthatheleftsetup.ItwasgreattohavetheworkinprogresssittingtherebutwoulditbesafeuntilnextFriday.IaskedthekidswhatweshoulddoandtheyrepliedIfyouwriteasignorputupropesyouwillinsultus.VerypowerfulIthought.WedidnothingandsaidnothingandthestudentstotallyrespectedGarysworkingspace.AterthesigningIaskedthestudentswhattheywantedtodowhentheirworkwascompleted.TheywerekeentoexhibittheirworkwithGarys.Wethendiscussedtheexpectationsofanexhibitionandwhatwouldberequiredofthem.Undeterredjobdescriptionswerewrittenupandassignedtostudents.Mountingandframingtheworklightinghangingsystemshangingtheworkinvitationsdesignedguestlistspublicitymediacateringmasterofceremonyguestspeakersparkingscreeningofthefilmwereallattendedtobythestudentsleadinguptotheopeningoftheexhibition.TheExhibitionThestudentspreparationwasbrillianttheartworkwasfabulousandtheopeningoftheexhibitionwasatriumphExhibitingtheworkforapublicexhibitionwasagreatexperienceandpartoftheZartExtra_Term220064DamperwascookinginthefretheVictorianagwasyingandahugeblankcanvaswasrestingontheagpole...secondaryarticle Thefollowingisoneschoolsresponsetothecurrentpopularpracticeofenhancingourschoolsenvironstopresentamorepleasingcolourfulandinvitingeducationalsettingforourclients.TherequestfrommyPrincipalwastoenhanceourboundaryfencenearthemainschoolentrance.Presentedwiththestandardfamiliarlyblandwovenwirefenceandastrictlylimitedbudgetmyoptionsseemedlimited.Ibeganbysketchingsixbasicfriendshapes.Ihadmeasuredtheheightbetweenthetopandbottomrailsonthefenceandmadesuretheheightofeachfriendfittedthismeasurementwithenoughtospareforfixingtotherail.Imadeeachshapesimpleandincludedshapeswhichcouldbepaintedasboysorgirls.Ipaintedthreeshapeswithclothesindecorativepatternsandarmedwithmycostingfortheprojectsoughtschoolcouncilapprovalandendorsementfortheproject.WedecidedtoinvitetheschoolcommunitytosponsoraFenceFriendandparticipateinacommunitypaintingevening.IboughtenoughACQtreatedplyboardtomakeapproximately100fencefriends.Thesignboardhadonepaper-likepaintablesurfaceandwepaintedblackonthebacksidetogiveextraprotectionfromtheweatherandamoreuniformlooktothereversesideoftheworkonceonthefence.VipondAcrylicPaintseemedthebestchoiceforthepaint.Thecoloursarevibrantandintermixable.Ithenhadeachoftheshapescutaspatternsandthroughourschoolnewsletterweaskedforvolunteerswithjigsawstocutthemfromtheboards.Amarketingandinformationsheetthenwenthometoparents.Itincludedaphotoofmyproto-typespurchasinginformationapurchasecommitmentformanddetailsofourplannedpaintingsession.Wefoundmanyfamiliesboughtafriendforeachoftheirchildrenandmanypurchasedafamilyfriend.Nextwehadtosetupthepaintingsession.Ihadenoughshapescut-theedgeshadbeenpaintedwithblackacrylicpainttogiveprotectionfromtheweather-thepaintandbrushescollectedandpurchasedplasticonthefloorandthetrestlessetupinourschoolhall.Ipaintedseveralsampleboardsdisplayingawiderangeofdecorativepaintingtechniquestogivethepainterssomestartingpointsfromwhichtoworktheirmagic.Wesuppliedmaskingtapescigarettefilterspaintingspongescardforstampprintingandvariouslidsandshapestogiveavarietyofchoiceforpatterns.Itwasdelightfultoseewholefamiliesenjoyingtheprocessfromchoosingwhichshapetheywouldpainttothecoloursanddecoratingtechniquestheywoulduse.Wehaveattachedourfinishedfencefriendstothefencewithboltsthroughpaintedblocksofwood.Todatewehavehadonlyminorproblemswithdamage.Wearefindingtheschoolcommunityhasbecomeprotectiveofourfriendsandkeepswatchforanypotentialdamage.Theplanistocontinueaddingtoourcommunityoffriendsbyofferingoneortwopurchasingandpaintingopportunitieseachyear.Thewholeexperiencewasanenjoyablewaytobringourschoolcommunitytogetherinafunin-expensiveendeavourtoenhanceourschoolenvironment.WeatBeverleyHillsthinkitworkedDontfencemein....artprocess.Theaimoftheprojectwasforthestudentstobeinvolvedwithaprocessfromthebeginningideathecreatingandfinallythepresentation.GaryMileswasextremelygeneroushegavehistimeandsharedhisknowledgeandexpertisewithus.ApartfromtheArtheshowedagenuineinterestinthekidsandwhattheyhadtosayandwhattheycoulddo.Hedevelopedawonderfulrelationshipwitheveryoneandweallrespondedandlearnt.ThisprojectcanneverberepeatedbutnewandexcitingonesarewaitingforthenextYear9s.ZartExtra_Term220065prolearticleDiOlssonYear9ArtTeacherStPaulsAnglicanGrammarLynFerrallArtteacherBeverleyHillsPrimarySchool ConnectingMultimediaComplementingTheVisualArtClassroomSchoolsencouragesteacherstocreateproductiveandsupportiveenvironmentswhereengagementandwell-beingareparamounttoachildslearningoutcomes.ThishasbecomethefoundationoftheICTArtprogramwearedevelopingatSouthernCrossPrimarySchool.DiscussionswithmyPrincipalinTerm42004ledtotheestablishmentoftheprogramwiththesupportofteachersandour300students.Asthe2005schoolyearbeganIcommencedtheroleoftheICTCoordinatorArtspecialist.ICTwasanewspecialistrolewithintheschoolandanewroleformeposingbothexcitementandchallenge.Iwantedtofosterstudentengagementandenjoymentinlearning.PreviouslyIhadtaughtjuniorclasseswhohadbeenenthusiasticabouteverythingbutInowfoundthattheseniorstudentshadalowerenthusiasmforlearning.MyfirsttaskwastoassesstheattitudesofstudentstowardsICTandArt.ICTandanythingconnectedtotechnologyseemedtomotivateallstudentsandinparticulartheupperprimarystudents.Ifoundtherewerethosestudentswholovedartandtherewerethosewhohaddecidedovertheyearsthattheywerenotgoodatartandthereforedidnotwanttotry.Thosestudentswerepredominantlyboys.ThecombinationofArtandICTprovidesarangeofopportunitiesforalltypesoflearningstylesandreignitesanenthusiasmforlearningthroughexplorationandcreativityforallstudents.IalsofoundthattheboyswhohadbeendisengagedwerenowshowingrenewedenthusiasmandinterestinArtandaheightenedpurposefortheirartwork.ThedevelopmentoftheirVisualLiteracyskillshasalsobeensignificantandthishasencouragedinterestintheapplicationoftheirlearningacrossthecurriculum.ThelayoutofmytimetablemeantthatwiththeupperschoolIhadtwofifty-minutesessionsinthecomputerlabandonefifty-minutesessionintheArtroom.Studentprojectsexploredarangeofmulti-mediaprogramssuchasClaymationMediaDesignCartoonandFlashAnimationsComputerDrawingToolsandDigitalPhotography.IdiscoveredquicklythatinICTandArtthestudentsdemonstrateddifferentlevelsofproficiency.Combiningtheskillstaughtwiththemixtureoftoolsandknowledgeforbothsubjectareasprovidesnewlearningandunderstandingforallstudents.Myphilosophyistonotlimitanystudentwhohastheinclinationtodomoreandthisprogramapproachallowsallstudentstoshineandopensthedoortosomanylearningpossibilities.ClaymationInshortClaymationiswherestudentscreatecharactersoutofclayorplasticineandwithacomputertheycreateanimationsusingacameraandcomputersoftware.AnIntroductiontoClaymationVisualNarrativesLessonsTointroducethisunitofworkwedidaseriesoflessonsonVisualNarratives.Studentslearntaboutorientationcomplicationandresolution.WealsowatchedaseriesofanimationssuchasWallaceandGromitandPinguandanalysedhowanimatorsmakecharactersusesimplemovementsandfacialexpressionstocreatemeaning.Welookedatthecharacterspointsofviewwhathappenedtothemandhoweachcharacterreacted.LessonsaboutCameraAnglesWediscussedhowfilmmakersusecameraanglestocreatemeaningandhowtocommunicaterelationshipspowersizedistanceetc.Wediscussedasimplesequencetousetheviewingofthecharacterthecutting-awaytotheactionandthenthecharactersreactiontotheevent.Furthermorewediscussedwideshotsmid-shotsclose-upsetc.Wealsolookedattheplacementofobjectsinpicturesandphotostocreatemeaning.Thisinvolveddiscussingaspectsoftheuseoflighttoenhanceourimagesduringthephotographicphases.IntheprocessstudentstookdigitalphotoswhichdemonstratedsomeZartExtra_Term220066primaryarticle basicskilldevelopmentinsuccessfullycreatingthemeaningstheywereseekingtocommunicate.StoryboardingLessonsWedidlessonsinstoryboardingsequencesshowingnarrativepatterns.Studentssketchedtheircharactersinthestoryboardandworkedinpairstocreatetheirparticularstoryboardfortheclaymationproject.LandscapesandPerspective-LessonsWedidaseriesoflessonsonperspectivedrawingandviewpointslookingatartworkbyavarietyofartists.Wediscussedcentresofinterestthejourneyoftheeyethroughoutapicturedifferentgroundscontrasttoachievedepthlayeringandrepeatingpatternspositiveandnegativeareasconsistencyinlightingandshadowstheappropriateusesofcolourandthetexturesthatcanbedevelopedusingdifferentbrushesandstrokes.Wedidaseriesoflessonsaboutlandscapepaintingsalsolookingatavarietyofartistsanddiscussingaspectsofforegroundmiddleandbackgroundetc.andstudentscreatedlandscapesforthebackgroundsintheirownclaymationproject.ClaymationCharacterspropsWemadeclaymationcharactersoutofplasticinesothattheycanbeeasilyadjustedanddiscussedcolourtexturetoneetc.andstudentsusedavarietyofmaterialstocreateotherpropstheyneeded.MakingtheClaymationStudentsthensetuptheirbackgroundspropsandcharactersinhalfofalargebox.TheyusedalightwebcamandaprogramcalledStopMotionProtocreatetheiranimations.Theytookaseriesofpictureswithawebcammovingtheircharacterswithslightmovementstoanimatetheircharacters.OursoftwareprogramwasabletoplaybackthephotosquicklytomakeananimationinanMP3formatoranavifile.Thestudentsthenputtheseintoamovie-makingprogramVegasstudioorMicrosoftMovieMakerandthenrecordedtheirvoicesaddedtitlescreditsspecialeffectsandmusic.Thiscompletedtheirprojectandtheypresentedthemtoclassmatesparentsandtheschoolcommunity.TheYoungApprenticeTheYoungApprenticewasanotherlargeunitofworkthatincludedArtICTandliteracy.AlsoanimportantaspectoftheprojectwastheuseofhumourStudentswereverymotivatedbythis.Theyhadtodesignandcreateaproductthatwasusefulandcreativesomethingthathadnotbeencreatedbefore.Furthermoretheyhadtomarkettheirproducttoanaudienceconvincingthemtobuyit.ThequestionwasaskedofthemIftechnologyinthefuturecouldgoanywherewherewoulditgoStudentsthendesignedandcreatedproductscompanynameslogoslogoscouldalsobeanimatedcatchphrasesorsongsadvertisementlettersbusinesscardsshortfilmadvertisementsandpresentedalltheinformationtoaudiencesatthecompletion.MostcomputerprogramsusedbythestudentswereonWindowsXPandincludedMicrosoftPhotoDrawPaintPowerPointMovieMakerMacromediaFlashVegasStudioWindowsMediaPlayerandSoundRecorder.Studentsalsouseddigitalcamerasandvideocameras.Forthisprojectstudentsusedmanydrawingprogramsinvolvingcolourdesignanddrawing.Wediscussedaspectsofshapetonecolourandpattern.FlashAnimationsGrade6studentshadopportunitiestolearntouseMacromediaproductseg.FlashAnimations.StudentslearntaboutdrawingcartoonsandthendrewtheirowncartooncharactersbyhandandontheFlashcomputerprogram.Theyweretaughthowtoanimatetheircharacters.Studentsfoundgreatmotivationfortheirprojectthroughtheuseofthistool.EstherHallICTCoordinatorArtspecialistSouthernCrossPrimarySchoolprimaryarticlecontZartExtra_Term220067 AnexperiencethatwillgivetheteacherstudentandallinterestedinthevisualartsaninsideviewoftheworkingsofaProfessionalSculptorsSculptorsArtistsstudio.PeterSchipperheyniswellknownforlargescalesculpturesofthehumangureinmarbleandbronze.Tourtheworkingenvironmentseeworksinprogressfrominitialsketchesthroughtoacompletedsculpture.WatchonasPetergivesademonstrationintheartofcarvingguresinstoneandmodelingclayforbronzevolunteersarethengiventhechiselstohaveagoFromtheStudiothetourprogresssontotheGallerytoseecompletedworkswheredrawingspaintingssculptureinmarbleandbronzeandmanyothermaterialsareonview.AslideshowfollowswithPetertalkingabouthisexperiencesandlifestylelivingandworkinginbothItalyandAustralia.TheARTtourandslideshowconcludeswithampletimeforquestionsandanswersandfortheparticipantstotakephotographsiftheywishto.WhyanARTtourPeterhasfoundfromtheexperienceofspeakingtoagreatnumberofyoungpeoplethatwhatstudentsarereallyinterestedinisthenatureofpossibilityofwhattheymightmakeoftheirlivesandwhattheymightdo.Peterprovidesapositiveexampleoffollowingyourdreams.Healsogivessomepracticaladviceinhowyougoaboutachievingthis.AsaresultoftakingthistourdifferentindividualshaveindeedgoneontocompletedegreesinFineArtandbecomeArtists.PeterbelievesthatitisveryimportanttomentoryoungpeopletoawakenasenseofpossibilityachievementbeginsbysimplystartingAUSTRALIANWILDLIFEHEALTHCENTRETheHealesvilleSanctuaryVetsuseX-raystoassistwiththeirclinicalworkincaringforthe1500sickandinjuredwildlifereceivedannuallyattheAustralianWildlifeHealthCentre.Thisworld-rstworkingveterinaryhospitalallowsvisitorstoexperiencethejourneyofananimalsurgerypost-mortemsandinteractwitharangeofmultimediaalldesignedtoassiststudentstounderstandthreatstoourwildlifeandwhatactioncanbetaken.FindouthowX-raysareinterpretedbythevetstoassistthemintheirwork.BackatschoolstudentscanusesimilarX-raystostimulatevisualartworks.Seepage12forinformationontheAustralianX-rayKitAnimalsReptiles.DISCOVERYSESSIONTheDiscoveryLearningDepartmentatHealesvilleSanctuarydeliversschoolprogramsforallyearlevelstoaround35000studentsteachersandothermembersofthecommunityeachyear.InaneducatorleddiscoverysessionyoucanmeettouchphotographordrawanimalsfeaturedintheX-raykitplusmoreAlsoavailableisBurraBurraYantranslatedasawalkinthebushwithWurrundjeriElderMurrundindiwhorunsprogramsforschoolgroupsintheCoranderrkbushlandadjacenttotheSanctuary.ProgramsareofferedinourthreeDiscoverySpacestheAustralianWildlifeHealthCentreoutintheSanctuaryenvironsandthebushlandNatureTrail.EachDiscoverySpacehousesliveanimalsincludingreptilespossumsbirdsamphibiansandinvertebrateswhohelptoillustratethethemesbeingcommunicatedinthelearningprogramsandprovidevisitorswithunforgettableclose-upexperiences.DiscoveryLearningalsooffersteacherprofessionaldevelopmentandspecialfull-daystudentconferencesforgiftedstudentsandcareersprogramsforthosewithaninterestinAnimalandVeterinaryScience.AllprogramsarealignedwiththeVictorianEssentialLearningStandardsandmostaresupportedbywrittencurriculummaterialsavailableontheZoosVictoriawebsite.BOOKINGSAREESSENTIALTheARTtourisanopportunitytoexperiencethepowerofimaginationandwhereitmighttakeyouFormoreinformationgotowww.users.bigpond.comSCHIPstudio.htmARTtourZartExtra_Term220068professionaldevelopmentworkshops ZartsStudentGallerysituatedatzarteducationserviceisZartsStudentGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystu-dentsfromLevels17.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailonjanzartart.com.auYear78Textilesstudentsmadetheirdollsoveratrimester12weekperiod.Eachstudentworkedthroughadesignprocessintheirvisualdiarytocreatetheirownuniqueindividualfantasydoll.Thisunitofworkallowseachstudenttoexperienceboth2Dand3Dartformsofdrawingpaintingwatercolourandacrylicsilkscreenprintingsewingbothmachineandhand.TheProcessStudentsstartedwithbrainstormingideasforthecharacteristicsfortheirdoll.Thefacebodyanddecorationwasdiscussedandrecordedintheirvisualdiary.TheartworkofMirkaMorawasresearchedanddiscussedTwoA4sizedrawingswererequiredforinitialideasThefacewasexploredconcentratingonpractisingdrawingandpaintingofindividualfeaturessuchaseyesnoseandmouth.AdemonstrationofhowtopaintrealisticeyeswasshownAfacialtemplatewastracedontopaperandusedtopractisepositioningfeaturesinvisualdiary.TwopaperdesignswererequiredStudentsthenrepeatedthisprocessontofabriccottonlawnStudentschosetheirbestdesignandrecordeditbyusingthephotocopiertokeeparecordofthenalfacedesignStudentsresearchedsewingembroiderystitchesontheinternetrecordingatleast6.ThisinformationwasusedlateronasdecorationonthebodyStudentsweretaughtrunningstitchthroughdemonstrationandwerethenrequiredtotrialandsamplebothstitchesonsinglefabricandusingdoubletocreateaseamStudentsstitchedthefacetogetherapplyinglearnedstitchingtechniques.Silk-ScreenPrintingwasdiscussedandstudentsresearchedtheartworkofAndyWarholAdemonstrationoftheprocesswasshown.Acrylicpaintwasuseddirectlyontothescreenanddraggedthroughthesilkusingasqueegeeblendingamultitudeofcolour.ColourselectionwasconsideredatlengthStudentscreatedatrialoftheprocess.ThencommencedtoprintthebodyusingcanvasasthepreferredfabricduetoitsstrengthanddurabilityTemplateswereusedtocutoutthefrontandbackofthedoll.AtthisstagesomestudentsconsideredarmsusingtheirowntemplatesThesewingmachinewasusedtosewupthebody.TrialingwasrequiredHeadandbodywerereadytobelledwithacrylicllingrmly.HeadwasattachedtothebodyDecorationwasapplied.Thisisthefunbitwherestudentsseetheirdollscharactersevolvefrombitsandpiecesthattheyhavecollectedoverthetrimesteraswellaswhatisavailableinclass.ThatisanythingfromwoolstringbeadsbuttonribbonscolouredthreadsfeathersItsendlessProcesswritingallconsideredworkingmethodsarerecordedinastepbystepprocessandrecordedinvisualdiarywasrequiredaswellasapersonalreectionofthetask.FantasyDollsLeitchvillePrimarySchoolDollsinSleepingBagsCamberwellGrammarArkleyHousesLloydStreetPrimarySchoolFeltRugsOurLadyofSacredHeartBentleighFacesHillsmeadePrimarySchoolDinosaursMullaunaSecondaryCollegeArtWorksTinternvalePrimarySchoolYearoftheDogDingleyPrimarySchoolFloralPicturesRichmondPrimarySchoolFeltingWycheproofP-12CollegeCollagesBalnarringPrimarySchoolFeltMasksCroydonNorthPrimarySchoolSeaSilhouettesStrathconaBaptistDutchMastersDiamondCreekEastPrimarySchoolWindowsSpringviewPrimarySchoolCardboardFacesBallaratandClarendonCollegeDollsBrunswickSWPrimarySchoolAustralianArtZartsStudentGalleryZartExtra_Term220069DebraJohnstonBallaratClarendonCollegeterm2006BRUNSWICKSOUTHWESTPRIMARYSCHOOLDIAMONDCREEKEASTPRIMARYSCHOOL NewProductsPrintingErrorsinthe2006CatalogueAmendmentswithapologiesPage31CalligraphyNibs256aresoldinpktsof12Page31CalligraphyNibsSpeedballC2C3aresoldsinglyPage52EconomyKraftBagA3are30x50cmPage65HoneycombHologramnolongeravailablePage99JewelleryStonesAmberarepacketsof15Page99PlasticWoodenCarvedBeadMixarepacketsof100Page122EyeMaskonaStickaresoldsinglynotinpktsof10Page142CrayolaScissorsareonlyrighthandscissorsPapierMacheBalineseFaceMaskRockArtPaintKitThisRockArtPaintKitenablesstudentstocreatetheirownworksofartaspartofaunitofworkstudyingRockArtaroundtheworld.Theseactivitieshavebeendevelopedasastartingpointforfurtherinvestigationintothisfascinatingandhistoricalformofart.Earthcolourstopaintontofabricpaperbarkorrocks.Usefordotpaintingorsprayoverhand0rotherstencils.Setof4xpaintsinearthcoloursPaperhands4atomisersandcottonlters.Activitysheetincluded.Each.......34.7738.25DecoratethissturdyPapierMachemaskwithpaintmarkersanddecorativepaperstobringthemasktolife.ResearchtheimportanceofmaskmakingandwearinginHinduceremoniesthroughouttheislandofBali.Each........2.502.75GlassBeadsAglassbeadmixofassortedshapesandsizesidealforcreatingjewellerywithadifference.In6differentshades.AmberOrangeBlueAquaBurgundyRedPinkMauvePurpleorWhitePearlBeads.Each100g....3.934.32NewProductsZartExtra_Term2200610blueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTpricesarevaliduntil16thjune AlthoughAustraliahasthegreatestconcentrationofRockArtintheworldthereareorganisationsallovertheworldresearchingandpreservingthisancientformofart.Tocallitartissomewhatmisleadingastheartistwasprobablynotcreatingartasweknowitbutcommunicatingbetweenhisherpeopleandortheirspiritualworld.RockArtisatermgenerallyencompassingbothpetroglyphsandpictographs.Petroglyphsareimagesthathavebeenchiselledhammeredscratchedordintedintothesurfaceofnaturallyoccurringrock.Pictographsontheotherhandarepaintedimagescreatedoncavewallswheretheywereprotectedfromtheweather.Fromsimplehandorboomerangstencilartmadebyblowingwaterandredochrefromthemouthtooutlinesandpaintingsofspiritualbeings.ArchaeologistshavebeenabletodocumentprehistoricfaunatoolsweaponsornamentsandsocialactivitiesofaregionthroughthismaterialsRockArtkitBoxboardSculptItEasterIslandisfamousforitspetroglyphsrockcarvingswhichcoverthenowexposedlandscape.BeforethePeruvianinvasionacultTangataManubirdmenroseandbecamemorepowerfulthantheIslandsKing.TangataManuwasbelievedtohaverepresentedthecreatorgodMakemakeonearth.Thatiswhymostoftheislandspetroglyphsrepresentanimalsbutmorenotablybirdsandanthropomorphicbirdmen.Researchthistopicforinterestingpetroglyphdesigns.TomakeyourownpetroglyphuseyourhandstogenerouslycoverapieceofboxboardwithSculptIt.Onethesurfacehasbeenbuiltupkeepingedgesroughpressinyourdesign.Oncedrycolouryourartworkusingdifferenttonesofearthcolours.Thesprayatomiserswilladdrichnessdepthandauthenticitytoyourdesigns.Onedayonlycashsale.JoinusinadayounbargainsandinormationatZartArtsAnnualopenday.Theclearancesalewilloferyouthechancetopickupartmaterialsatbelowcostprices.FREEWORKSHOPSthroughoutthedayBOOKINGSAREESSENTIALpleasering0398901867toreserveyourplace.Session1DyeingTechniques1030am1130amSession2Felting1230am130pmsession3DyeingTechniques2pm3pmZartsOpenDayClearanceSalevisualrepresentation.WherepossibleresearchershaveworkedwithindigenouspeopleinordertoidentifyandexplainspecicmeaningsofthevastamountofimagesdepictedattheRockArtsitesaroundtheworld.Thereareinexcessof100000RockArtsitesinAustraliamostofwhichareinnorthernAustraliaandareviewedasamajorculturalasset.Therearemanywebsitesforstudentstodoextensiveresearchintothedifferentformsofpetroglyphsandpictographswhichwillassistthemintheirartworkcreations.PetroglyphsJune30th20069am-4pmActivitycontZartExtra_Term22006RockArt11 NewResourcesnewresources12ZartExtra_Term22006NewResourcesMetalCraftDiscoveryWorkshopLindaOpieOBrienMetalisanexcitingmaterialandthisbookexploresworkingwithvarioustypesofmetalandcombiningitwithamyriadofmixedmedia.Thisbookbeginswithanextensivegettingstartedsectionfollowedbythreechaptersofprojects.Allthedifferenttechniquesarecoveredandmanydifferentoptions.Cuttingdrillingandpunchingmetalcreatingwindowsinmetalwithoutusingajewellerssawanddeconstructingatincanareallexplored.127pp......36.3239.95TheIntelligentEyeLearningtoThinkbyLookingatArtDavidNPerkinsDavidPerkinsexplainswhylookingatartrequiresthinking.Worksofartdonotrevealalltheirsecretsatrstglance.Healsopresentsanargumentforthevalueoflookingatartasameanstocultivatethinkingdispositions.DavidPerkinsexplainsthatthinkingdispositionsaremorethanskillsorstrategies.Hearguesthecharacteristicsnecessarytothoughtfullookingatartalsocharacterizereectivethinking.Hisfocusisinlargepartontheextrinsicbenetsoflearningtolookatart.TheIntelligentEyeisauniquecontributiontotheliteratureofartseducation.Thisbooknotonlyenlightensusbutalsochallengesus.Thisbooksuggestsargumentsforthevalueofarteducationthatcanbepresentedtoparentsschoolboardsandotherswhoneedtoknowmoreaboutwhyartshouldbeapartofgeneraleducationforallstudents.95pp.......31.8135.00MorethanmeetstheEyeBobRaczkaArtcantakeusbeyondthevisualexperience.Learntofeelarttotasteittohearitandeventosmellit.Letthepicturescaptureyourimagination.Seeartwithallvesenses.31pp.......14.5015.95NoOneSawBobRaczkaThisbookexploresmodernartwithasimplerhymingtextandbeautifullyreproducedpaintings.Eachpaintinghighlightsthewayinwhichtheartistlookedattheworldinhisorherownway.Notwopeopleseetheworldinexactlythesameway.31pp.......14.5015.95ArtIs..BobRaczkaSimplerhymingversepairsbeautifullywithreproductionsof27worksofartrangingfrom17000-year-oldcavepaintingstosomeveryinterestingcontemporarycreations.Welearnthatartcomesinmanyforms.31pp.......14.5015.95ClassroomArt5-7ClassroomArt8-10ClassroomArt11Eachbookhasacompilationofartactivitiestoinspirestudentstocommunicatethroughvisualartsandaidtheirdevelopmentasyoungartists.Theactivitiesprovideopportunitiesfordirectedskilldevelopmentinthedisciplinesofdrawingpaintingandprintmakingwhileremaininglargelyopen-endedencouragingstudentstoexperimentandexplorethepossibilitiesofusingtheirownuniquetechniquesandideas.Cross-curricularactivitiesdisplaysuggestionsandstepbysteppictorialinstructionsareincludedineachbook.78pp.......36.3239.95UnlikelyPairsBobRaczkaInthisbookthereaderischallengedtogureouttherelationshipbetweenthevariousunlikelypairsandinsodoingwilllookverycarefullyandperhapsevenlearnsomethingnewaboutdifferentartistsandstylesalongtheway.31pp.......14.5015.95500BraceletsHundredsofbraceletsillustratetheversatilitydiversityandbeautyofasimpleform.Asyoulookthroughthisillustratedsurveyyouwillrealizethattheconceptofwhatdenesabraceletisopentoinniteinterpretations.Knittersbeaderswoodcarversceramicistsandotherartistsfromaroundtheworldjoincelebratedmetalsmithsinthesepages.408pp......36.3239.95AustralianX-RayKit-AnimalReptileK.HartHealesvilleSanctuaryAsetofX-rayson6differentanimals.KitcomeswithextensiveteachernotesactiviteswrittenbyKateHart.31pp.......36.3239.95newresourcesBookSpotlightblueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTpricesarevaliduntil16thjune Term32005RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003FacesofCubismTextilesDyesSilkPaperMakingWhimsicalDollsTheBigDrawTerm32006RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003 primaryarticlecontpage3ZartExtraThispublicationissentouttoallschoolsinthefirstweekofeachterm.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-12.00noonpage12SecondaryArticleWhimsicalDollsKillesterCollegeProleANewChapterintheHistoryOfHeideMuseumofModernArtPrimaryArticleFacesofCubismBrentwoodParkPrimarySchoolEveryoneshouldbeencouragedtodraw.DrawingAustraliaisfoundedonateachingandresearchprogramatMacquarieUniversitySydneyanditexploreswaysinwhichpeopleofallagesculturesandabilitiescanparticipateinourvisualculture.Itencourageseveryonetodrawandtoorganisespecialdrawingevents.TothisendDrawingAustraliaisorganisinganotherBigDrawfrom3rdSeptemberto15thOctober2006.Byvisitingtheirwebsitewww.aces.mq.edu.audrawingaustraliayouareabletoregisteryourBigDrawprogram.TheBigDraworiginatesfromtheU.K.whereacampaignfordrawingwaslaunchedin2000byTheGuildofStGeorgeasmallcharityfoundedbyJohnRuskinthegreatVictorianartistwriterandvisionary.Ruskinsawdrawingasthebasisofvisualthought.Hismissionwasnottoteachpeoplehowtodrawbuthowtosee.TheBigDrawisnowinitssixthyearintheU.K.andithasgalleriesmuseumssciencecentresheritageandenvironmentalsiteslibrariesarchivescommunitiesandshoppingcentrescollegesschoolsandartclubshostingdrawingsessionsforallages.Theyexploretechnicalscientificarchitecturalandarchaeologicalorfineartdrawing.Participantsareinvitedtohelpexpandthedefinitionsandusesofdrawing-experimentingwithpencilscrayonscharcoalsandclaydigitalimagerychoreographedmovementvapourtrailsandfiresculptures.Seewww.drawingpower.org.ukInTerm3ZartArtwillofferthreeworkshopstoinspireandsupportyoutobringTheBigDrawtoyourschoolorclassroom.PleaseseetheZartWorkshopdetails.NewProductsTextilesDyesActivityMakingSilkPaperThequickeasywaytomakesilkpaperandwowlookattheresultsWhatsHappeningatZartArtterm32006ThanksforcomingtotheZartAnnualExpo.Wehopeyouenjoyedyourbargainsandhadthechancetoparticipateinourfreeworkshopsandproductdemonstrationthroughouttheday.Seeyouallagainnextyear.ProfessionaldevelopmentZartThistermZesisfocussingontheBigDraw.FormoreinformationseetheaboveblurborrefertoourPDinserttondouthowyoucanparticipateintheprogram.OurBookweekworkshopsarestillbeingrunthisterm.Bookweekiscelebratedfromthe19th-25thAugust2006withthewinnersofBookoftheyearannouncedonAugust182006.ifyoucantattendoneofourworkshopsourfullcolourArtandliteratureBookBookNowiscurrentlyavailableoverowingwithgreatactivitiesandinformationonbookweekandtheshortlistedbooks.itsbeginningtolookalotlikeChristmas...itsthattimeofyearagainandwearelaunchingourChristmas2006Workshops-onthe27thofSeptemberComealongandjoininallthefestivefunaswecelebratethatclassictaleTheNutcracker.SeeourwebsiteorourPDInsertfordatesbookinginformation.SpeakingofChristmasour2006ChristmasCatalogueiscomingouttoyouinmidjuly.InsideyoullndagreatrangeoffestiveproductssupersavingspecialsplentyofactivitiesWiththeBigDrawweseemtohavestrucksomethinginthenationalconsciousness-itsasthougheverybodyhadjustbeenwaitingtobetoldthattheyareallowedtodraw.Perhapsitisntsurprising-weliveunderabombardmentofmanufacturedimagesandinthefaceofthatweneedtobeabletodrawasawayofdiscoveringtherealityoftheworldaboutusaswellasthelifeinourselves-QuentinBlakeEnglishillustratorTheBigDrawAustralia3rdSeptember-1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Theideaforthepaintingoriginatedfromthecelebrationofourschools10thAnniversarywithstudentscompletinganoriginalpieceofartwork.Iselectedagroupofsevenstudentsfromyearfiveandsixboysandgirlstocreateandpaintthecanvas.UsingPabloPicassoCubismandfacesasasourceofinspirationandstartingpointstudentswhereaskedtodrawfacesusingonlylineonA4paperwithgreyleadpencil.Thedrawingswerethenfilledpredominantlywithtriangles.Studentsfounditverychallengingtodrawinshapesandredrewtheirpicturemanytimes.Wedecidedthatthepaintingwouldhavethreelargefaces.Asagroupwespreadoutallfacedrawingsandthroughtheeliminationprocesschosetwofemaleandonemaleface.Afemalefaceoneachsidefacinginandonemalefaceinthemiddlefacingforwardcreatingbalanceinthepainting.Thedrawingswherethenfinelinedandphotocopiedontoacetate.Thisenabledstudentstothenprojectalargerimageontothecanvasandoutlineusingblackmarkers.Alargetimberframewasmade2mx1.20mandwestretchedpre-primedcanvassecuringitwithastaplegun.Studentswereshownthatifwespraytheundersideofthecanvasitwaseasiertostretchandwhenitdriedthecanvaswouldtighten.Eachstudentwasgivenaphotocopyofoneofthefacestocolourusingpencils.Iwantedthemtousemonochromaticblendingtofilltheshapesthatrepresentedtheskinandflatcolouronallotherfeaturesofthefacecreatingacontrast.Allcolourchoiceswheredecidedonasagroup.Theyalsopre-determinedthedirectioneachshapewastobeshadedfromdarktolighttoensuringthateachonewasdifferentfromtheonesaroundit.Studentswerethenshownhowtomixacrylicpainttomakethecoloursneededforeachface.Studentswerealsoshownhowtoblendthecoloursfromdarktolight.Theyfounditextremelychallengingtoblendthecoloursevenlywithineachshape.Theysoondiscoveredthatthecolourswouldchangewhentheydriedandtheyalsorealisedthattheyneededmanycoatsinordertoachieveasolidintensecolour.Havingtopaintmanycoatsalsoenabledthemtoseeanimprovementinblendingwitheachlayerandtheybecamemoreadeptandconfident.Thebackgroundwassplitintothreesectionswithtwoverticalyellowstripsseparatingeachcharacter.Eachsectionwasthenpaintedwithadifferentcolour.Eachcharacterwasoutlinedwithblackpermanentmarkers.Studentsdidmostoftheworkduringlunchtimesandsomeclasstimewhenclassteachersallowed.Thepaintingwasdisplayedatourschoolartexhibitionandstudentspresenteditatassemblygivingashorttalktotheschoolcommunityonhowtheycreatedit.Thepaintingistobepermanentlydisplayedonthemainoffice-buildingwallforalltoenjoy.Itwasapleasuretospendmytimewiththemwithsuchwonderfulresultsbothinthefinishedpaintingandtheimprovedconfidencewithineachstudent.OnestatementIneverthoughtIcoulddosomethinglikethatandthelookontheirfaceswhenotherstalkedtothemaboutthepaintingmadeitavaluableprocess.FacesofCubismZartExtra_Term320063primaryarticleNadeanGriffinBrentwoodParkPrimarySchoolVisualArtsTeacher Heide-TheEarlyYearsJohnandSundayReedtwoofAustraliasgreatestartpatronsmovedtotheHeidelbergareaafewyearsaftertheirmarriagein1932.HavingenjoyedexcursionsfromsuburbanMelbourneouttothetranquilYarraRivervalleyin1934theReedspurchasedaneglecteddairyfarmwithadilapidatednineteenthcenturyweatherboardhouseandadjoiningland.Theylivedattheirfteen-acrepropertyaffectionatelychristenedHeideuntiltheirdeathsin1981.Inthecourseoftherst33yearstheyresidedatHeideItheyrenovatedtheoriginalhomesteadinthestyleofaFrenchfarmhouse.In1967theymovedtotheaward-winningmodernisthouseHeideIIdesignedbyDavidMcGlashanofMcGlashanandEverist.TheyreturnedtoHeideIattheveryendoftheirlives.BothJohnandSundayReedcamefromwealthybackgrounds.Theywerehighlyeducatedandwelltravelledyetinasensebothrebelledagainsttheirprivilegedupbringings.Theyheldradicalpoliticalviewschampionedcontemporaryartandactivelysupportedexperimentalwritingandmusic.Theyalsomaintainedasubsistencelifestylerunningasmalldairyfarmandgrowingtheirownvegetables.Fromthemid1930stheReedsopeneduptheirhometotheartcommunity.Heidebecameagatheringplaceformanyartistsandwritersandacentreforlivelycriticaldiscussionanddebate.AtthistimeJohnReedtogetherwithMaxHarrisestablishedtheavant-gardeartjournalAngryPenguinswhichbecameavehiclefortheartisticoutputoftheHeidecircle.ArtistswhovisitedandoccasionallylivedwiththeReedsincludedSidneyNolanDanilaVassilieffAlbertTuckerJoyHesterArthurBoydJohnPercevalCharlesBlackmanandothersnowwidelyacclaimedwhocontributedtoHeidesfuturereputationasacradleofAustralianModernism.AnewchapterinthehistoryofHeideMuseumofModernArtDuring2005andearly2006HeideMuseumofModernArthasundergoneamajorredevelopmentprogramtoexpandexistingexhibitionspacesvisitorfacilitiesandartstorage.ThenewHeidewillincludetheAlbertBarbaraTuckerGalleryTuckerStudyCentreSidneyMyerEducationCentreKerryGardnerandAndrewMyerProjectGallerySirRupertHamerMemorialGardenCathieandTonyHancySculpturePlazaFederationWayCarParkandanewcollectionandartstore.TheSidneyMyerEducationCentrewillopeninJuly2006.DesignedbyOConnorHouleArchitecturethisnewfacilitywillbeahubforteachersstudentsandcommunitygroupsaccessingprogramsbasedonHeideschangingexhibitionsarchitecturelandscapeandcollection.ThisyearHeideEducationwillpresentanexpandedprogramthatwillforthersttimeincludepracticalactivitiesforschoolgroupsandback-of-housetoursoftheartcollectionandstorageareas.TheSidneyMyerEducationCentrewillalsobeacentreforprofessionallearningwithprogramsdemonstratinggoodteachingandlearningmodels.ThisexcitingnewresourcefortheregionhasbeenrealisedwiththegeneroussupportofbothprivateandpublicpartnersincludingtheAustralianGovernmentthroughtheRegionalPartnershipsProgramtheStateGovernmentthroughtheCommunitySupportFundtheSidneyMyerFoundationandtheHelenMacPhersonSmithTrust.FormoreinformationaboutHeidesEducationProgramspleasecontactHeideEducationT0398501500Eeducationheide.com.auKeydatesinthehistoryofHeideMuseumofModernArt1934HeidepropertypurchasedbyJohnandSundayReed.1930sTheReedschampionmodernartandcultureinAustralia.Theypurchaseworksbyyoungunknownartists.1946-47SidneyNolanpaintstheNedKellyseriesinthediningroomatHeideI.1949TheReedsadoptSweeneysonofAlbertTuckerandJoyHester.1964TheReedscommissionHeideIIdesignedbyDavidMcGlashanofMcGlashanandEverist1968HeideIIcompletedandawardedaRoyalInstituteofArchitectureVicChaptermedal1980TheVictorianGovernmentpurchasesHeideIItheadjoininglandand113worksfromtheReedscollectiontocreatetheReedsvision-apublicartgallery.1981HeideParkandArtGalleryopens1981JohnandSundayReeddieinDecember10daysapart.1993HeideIIIopensanewpurposebuiltgalleryadjoiningHeideIIdesignedbyAndrewAndersonsofPeddleThorpandWalker.2000HeideI-theoriginalweatherboardhomeopensasapublicgalleryafterrenovationbyOConnorHouleArchitecture.2005-06HeidesRedevelopmentProgramANewChapterInTheHistoryOfHeideMuseumOfModernArtprolewww.zartart.com.au4 ZartsStudentGallerysituatedatzarteducationserviceisZartsStudentGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystu-dentsfromLevels17.Eachtermtheexhibi-tionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheop-portunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreci-atetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgal-leryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailonjanzartart.com.auvermontsecondarycollegeDryFeltingMarineCreaturesAspendaleprimaryschoolAltonaPrimarySchoolLionsBrentwoodParkPrimarySchoolFacesofCubismCareyGrammarDonvaleSunburntCountryLizardsDingleyPrimarySchoolVegetableFacesKillesterCollegeWhimsicalDollsMillParkHeightsPrimarySchoolContemporaryIndigenousArtPendersGrovePrimarySchoolIndigenousartRangeviewPrimarySchoolBirdsinTreesStPaulsAnglicanCollegeWarragulFacesThomastownSecondaryCollegePencilworksWestgarthPrimarySchoolVintagePopPostersStCatherinesSchoolToorakFlowersAspendalePrimarySchoolDryFeltingMelbourneGirlsGrammarJnrLandscapesIvanhoeEastPrimarySchoolPeopleinactionWaverleyChristianCollegePeopleinactionDoncasterGardensPrimarySchoolMaskssituatedatzarteducationserviceisZartsStudentGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels17.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.1.Wediscussedthetypesofmarinelifethatisfoundalongourshores.Studentswereaskedtousetheirre-centexperiencesfromthe2006grade56CampatQueenscliff.QuestionsthatwediscussedwerewhatuniquequalitiesdomarinelifehaveDiscussthetypesofpatternsthatarefoundontheirskinsWhatelementsofdesignarenecessaryforpatternworklineshapecolourandrepetition.2.Studentswererequiredtodesigntheirdryfeltpiecerst.Studentsshouldalsothinkaboutthecolourstheywishtouse-usingcolouredpencils.OncecompletestudentsthentransferredtheirdesignontoapieceofcolouredFeltSquareusingagreylead.3.Idemonstratedhowtousethedryfeltingneedle.Theneedleneedstobehelduprighttodecreasetheriskofbreakage.Placeafeltsquareontopofaspongefoamsquare.Placethecolouredwoolindesiredspotandusetheneedletobeginpushingthewoolintothefeltsquares.Youcanoverlapdifferentcolourstogiveinterestingcolouredeffects.Studentscontinuedwiththisprocessuntiltheirdesignwascomplete.Oncenishedtheworkwasmountedforpresentation.ZartsStudentGalleryZartExtra_Term3200653term2006AspendalePrimarySchoolPleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailonjanzartart.com.auAspendalePrimarySchoolRangeviewPrimarySchoolDoncasterGardensPrimarySchool WhimAsteachersweareonaneternalquesttodiscoverchallengingandrewardingtaskstosetforthestudentsofthemiddleearth.ThesesoftsculpturesaresuretoinspireMiddleschoolstudentsandfulfilthelearningrequirementsforTechnologysubjects.TheprojectwasapproachedfromacombinedLiteracyTextilesandArtperspective.JustlikeonthecookingshowsIhadsomedollsatvariousstagesofcompletionwithonethatIbeganwiththestudents.Thiswastobothinspirethestudentsandbreakthetaskdownintoachievablegoals.FirstlyIneededtocapturethestudentsimaginationandstartthecreativejuicesflowing.ForthispurposeIusedthecompleteddollspicturebookspostersandevenmusic.ThestudentswereaskedtochooseoneoftheelementsofEarthWindWaterandFireandwereaskedtocompleteacollageontheirthemeusingimagesfoundontheInternetmagazinesorotherliterature.Thestudentswerethenaskedtowriteafactfileontheircharactersincludingtheirpersonalityenvironmentandtheirstory.Theywereencouragedtodothiscreativelykeepinginmindtheselectedelementthattheyhadchosen.Nextcamethedrawings.Thestudentsbegansketchingthewaytheywantedthedollstoappear.Theyfocusedonfaceshairandclothesasthesearethestuffthatgivethedollstheirpersonality.Theywerepersuadedtogivethedollafittingtitleatthisstageatitlethatwassuitableforaprincessfairymermaidtrollorsiren.fabricEachdollhasbeenuniquelyembellisheddecoratedwww.zartart.com.au6secondaryarticle sicalAnnaMihaKillesterCollegeSpringvaleHencebeforetheyevenbegantheirdollthestudentshadanessenceofitsspirit.Thiscompletedthedesignbriefoftheprojectandstudentspresentedtheseintheformofastorybook.Thesecondpartofthequestwastocreatethedollsandalltheirfinefeatures.Studentsalreadyhadexperiencewithsewingmachinesandgarmentconstructiontechniques.Theydutifullytracedandcutpatternsandstuffedthesculpturesfirmlywithfilling.Joiningthebodypartswasdonebyhand.Thestudentspractiseddrawingthefacesonpaperandthenonfabricbeforebeginningontheirdoll.Outlinesweremadewithpacerpencilsandthenoutlinedinbrownfineliners.Pencilmarkingswerethenerasedandcolouredpencilswereusedtoshadeandcolourtheface.Nextblackfinelinerwasusedtostrengthenanydetaillikeeyelashes.Afewtechniquesofattachinghairandturbansanddrapingclothesweredemonstratedbeforethestudentsweresetfreeonfabricscraps.Allthetimethestudentswereremindedtostaytruetothethemeandthepersonalityofthedolls.Mostoftheclothingisdrapedthencutandhandsewnorheldtogetherwithvariousdecorativestringsorribbons.Thestudentswereencouragedtobecreativeandinventivewhendecoratingandembellishingtheirdolls.Althoughthiswasanexcitingquestitisnotforthefaintheartedasitdoesgetprettymessyattimes.Howeverjudgeforyourselvesthefinisheddollsandtheproudlooksonthestudentsfacessayitall.dollsStudentscreatedtheirowndelicatedollforms-startingfromapatterntheycutsewedittogether.ZartExtra_Term320067 ArtPack178821stCenturyAlsoavailableinthisAustralianArtPackseries178821stCenturyAustralianFacesArtPackAustralianLandscapesArtPackAustralianWaterArtPackAustralianViewpointsArtPackSeeArtHistoryStandStillTheAustralianStillLifeArtPackthefourthinthisartappreciationseries.StillLifefeatures12differentAustralianartistsfromearlycoloniallate19thcenturytocontemporaryartistsofthe21stcentury.TwelveA3fullcolourprintswithteachernotesonthereversewhichgivedetailsoftheworktheartistandthetimeallcontainedinasturdycase.Eachcardincludessuggestedresearchandanactivityforstudentstoexplorethestyleoftheparticularartist.setof12cards.....55.0060.50AjourneythroughAustralianArtHistoryNEWTeacherNotes12xFullColourprintsActivitiesHistoryArtAustralianAcidFreeCaseWILLIAMBUELOWGOULDDAVIDSTRACHANWIILLIAMDOBELLDALEHICKEYMARGARETWESTGODFREYMILLERMAYVALEROSALIEGASCOIGNEBRETTWHITELEYeXdeMEDICIMaggieNelsonNONABURDENAustralianstilllifewww.zartart.com.au8 NewProductsChunkyYarnAnexcitingnewhandspunhanddyedwoolshornfromEnglishLeicestersheep.Thisfunkyyarncanbeusedforknittingweavingfeltingandcollage.Knitascarfwithonehankofyarnonsize20needleswithonly8stitches.AvailableinScarletTheBluesDaffodilRainbowCreamChunkyorGreyblack.Eachbatchdyebathmayvaryalittle.50mhank..18.1519.97FibreFixMethodCompletedrawingrubbingorstamping-makesurethemediayouhaveusedisdrye.g.-ifusingwatercolourpencilsetc.Usingasoftbrush-paintFibreFixoverthedrawing.WaitfortheFibreFixtodry.OncedryplaceapieceoffabricovertheartworkandirontoxtheFibreFix.ThefabriccanthenberinsedinwarmsoapywatertoremoveanyFibreFixresidue.Leavetodry.Thefabricshouldthenreturntoitsoriginalhandle.FibreFixAmediumusedtomakesilkpaperFibrexcanalsobeusedtomakeoilpastelscrayonsandpencilspermanentonfabric.Note-Onlysuitablefornaturalbrefabricssuchascottonsilkcalicoetc.notpolyesterorpolycotton250ml.......7.267.99LandscapeDyesDyesforWoolorSilkColoursinspiredbytheclarityoflightandtheuniquenaturalbeautyofourAustralianlandscape.Thesedyeshavebeendevelopedtogiveaprofessionalcolourfastresultwithasimpledyeingmethod.Landscapeswilldyewoolmohairalpacasilkornyloneitheraseecespunyarnorfabric.Theyareahotwaterdye.100gmofdyewilldye1kgofdrybretofullshade.AvailableinWattleMarineGrevilleaCurrawongTanbarkCitrusDesertPeaGalahorCyclamin100g........9.2410.16SilkTopsTheseunspunsilkbresarehanddyedandthereforetherewillbevariationofcolourwithineachbatch.25gofsilktopswillmakeapprox.4xA4sheetsofsilkpaper.Seeinstructionsoverleaf.Silktopscanalsobeusedinfeltwork-bothwetanddryfeltingandknitting.ColoursavailableJewelbluegreenRustbrownredIndianSummerPinkyellowWalnutBrowngreenorRainbowmulticolouredEach25g.....9.7510.73PredyedChunkyYarnwithlandscapedyesLandscapedyedfeltwooltopsMaskmadefromasheetofsilktoppaperInstructionsNextpageNewProductsZartExtra_Term320069italicpricesdonotincludegstBoldpricesincludeGSTpricesarevaliduntilseptember15th2006 Silkpapermaybeusedforamyriadofcreative3Dand2Dobjectssuchasboxesbowlslampshadesmasksjewellerybookcoverscardscollage.Whilestillinthemakingprocessthesurfacetextureandoveralldesignmaybeenhancedbyaddingcolouredthreadsglitterdecorativepapersskeletonleavesandotherbres.Oncemadesilkpapermaybeembellishedwithembroideryfreehandstitchingbeadingotherfabricsandthreads.Textileorpaperprintinginksmaybestampedorscreen-printedontotheSilkpaper.Imagineusingsilk-anaturalbrelustrouscaptivatingluxuriousglamorousandrich-tomakesomethingasordinaryaspaperintoanextraordinaryindividualcreation.Silkpaperissimilartobothpaperandfeltinitstexturebutassilkisnotporousanditcannotbefeltedpaperisthemostaptdescriptionforit.Silkbreisactuallynotspunbyawormbutacaterpillargrub.Thecontinuouslamenthardensasitcomesintocontactwithairandthisiswhatisusedtomakesilk.TherearetwomaintypesofsilkbresavailabletodaytheMulberrysilkispurewhitehighlylustrousandmoreexpensive.BycontrasttheChineseTussahSilkisahoneycolouredlesslustrousandcoarserbrewhichisalsolessexpensive.ItisfromthelattertheTussahsilkwormsthatweobtainthebresforpapersilk.Silkpaperisnotnewitissimplyanancientcraftthatisexperiencingarevival.ThereisevidencethatsilkpaperwasusedinthesecondcenturyBCinChinaforofciallettersanddocuments.Whatisnewisthexativewenowusetogluethebrestogether.Thishasbeenperfectedduringthelasttenyearsorsobyvariousartists.ThestoryofsilkbeginsinChinain2600BCandhasalongandcolourfulhistory.ItisbelievedthatSe-Ling-ShethewifeofthefabledYellowEmperordroppedasilkcocoonintohercupofteaandwatchedinfascinationasthebresunravelled.Thisgavehertheideaofunreelingthecocoonsintolongthreadsofsilk.Se-Ling-Sheisalsocreditedwiththeintroductionofsilkwormrearingandtheinventionoftheloom.OncesilkwasdiscoveredinChinaitwasreservedexclusivelyfortheroyalfamily.Itisbelievedthattheyworewhitesilkrobesathomeandyellowoneswhenoutinpublictorepresentthecolouroftheearth.TheChinesecloselyguardedthesecretofsericulturei.e.silkproductionformanycenturies.Thenfrom200BConwardssomeintriguingstoriesworthyoffurtherinvestigationtellofhowsericulturereachedotherpartsoftheworld.ForexampletherewereChinesesettlerswhotookthesecretwiththemtoKoreathentherewerethetwomonkswhosmuggledsilkwormsoutofChinainbamboobasketstothecourtoftheByzantineEmperorJustinianinAD550andtheSilkRoadwasusedforsilktradinglongbeforeitwasevencompletedSilkPaperMakingprojectsusingsilkpaperActivitywww.zartart.com.au10 coverwithtulleletdryTheprocessofmakingsilkpaperissimpleandrequiresnospecialtoolsorequipment.SilkpaperismadebysimplylayingsilkbresorSilkTopsbetweentwopiecesofNylonTulleandsprayingthesilkbreswithsoapandwaterandthenapplyingFibreFixorTextileMediumtoxthebrestogetherpermanently.Theresultofthisfusionofsilkandmediumisasheetofshimmeringsilkpaper.process...1.Covertheworkareawithplasticsheetingornewspaper.2.Pourorsqueezedish-washingliquidintoonespraybottleandaddwatertothedishwashingliquid.e.g.50mldishwashingliquidto200mlwater.3.Pour50mlTextileMediumorFibreFixintoonespraybottleanddilutethisbyhalfwithwater.e.g.50mlMediumto50mlWater.NoteBothofthesesolutionscanbestoredinthespraybottlesforupto2weeks.4.StarttoworkinthetraybylayingatonesheetofNylonTulleontothebaseofthetray.5.BegintoplaceSilkTopsontotheTullethisprocessissimilartopreparingWoolTopsforfelting.HoldingtheSilkTopsinonehandgentlypullawaytuftsofbreusingtheotherhand.NoteHoldingtheSilkTopsapprox.20cmawayfromtheotherhandwillallowthebretopullfreefromtheendofthesilk.6.StarttolaySilkTopsontheTulle.DependingonthethicknessyourequirelayoneortwolayersofSilkTopsperhapsplacingonelayerhorizontallyandthenextoneontopverticallytomaximizebrefusion.7.ProceedtocovertheTulleleavingatleasta3cmborderaroundtheedges.Atthispointyoumayadddecorativeelementssuchasglitteryarnetc.8.PlacethesecondpieceofTulleontotheSilkTopsandspraythesoapymixtureontheTullewhichsandwichestheSilkTops.UseyourhandsorspongebrushorrollertoworkthesoapymixtureintotheSilkTops.WhenyouhavewetthetoplayerturntheTulleoverandrepeatontheoppositeside.Usingafoamrollerorspongemopupanyexcesssoapymixture.Pouroffanyexcesssoapymixturefromthetray.9.SpraythemediumhalfFibreFixandhalfwaterontotheTullewhichsandwichestheSilkTops.Repeattheprocessasperthesoapymixtureapplytoonesidewithafoambrushrollerorhandsifusinghandspleaseweargloves.ApplytheFibreFixmediumquiteliberally.Thisprocesswillensureallofthesilkbresarefusedtogether.10.Useafoamrollertoremoveanyexcessmedium.Thesilkpapermakingprocessisnowcomplete.TodryandnishtheprocesskeeptheTulleinplaceandhangthewetsilkontoaclothesrackorlinetodrainanddry.Ifdryinginsideplacenewspaperunderdryingracktocollectanyexcessmedium.WhenthesilkpaperiscompletelydrycarefullypeelawaythetwolayersofTulle.Silkpapermaybeironedonthesilksettingifyourequireaattersheet.removetheexcessremoveexcesssprayonsoapplacedownsilklaydowntullesprayonmediumworkinmixturerubinmediumSuchaquicksimpleprocess11ZartExtra_Term32006 newresourcesBookSpotlightZartExtra_Term32006NewResourcesBookSpotlightVisualLiteracyJudithRichardWildeTheauthorsproposethattherepertoireofprinciplesandtechniquesneededforeffectivevisualcommunicationcannotsimplybetaughtbutmustbedevelopedthroughhands-onexperiencewithbroad-rangingvisualproblems.Thisbookdocumentsthislearningprocessbypresenting19challengingvisualassignmentsandmorethan1000piecesofsolutionartexecutedbystudents.Specicdesignprinciplesthatarereinforcedincludeillusoryspacenegative-positiverelationshipsandcroppingtechniques.Theinnovativeresultsshownthroughoutthebookgiveanideaofthesolutionsthatcanbeachievedwiththisteachingapproach.191pp......45.4149.95ProductionforGraphicDesignersAlanPipesThisrevisedfourtheditionembracesallthenewandemergingtechnologiesingraphicsandprintproductioncomprehensiblyexplainingtheprepressandprintingprocessesfromtraditionalletterpresstothelateston-pressCtPcomputer-to-platedigitaloffsetandon-demandcolourprinting.Italsocoversnewworkowsandspellsoutthemanyacronymsencounteredbytodaysdesigners.271pp......45.4149.95CatoDesignThroughhisworkincommunicationproblemsolvingAustralianKenCatohassetthestandardinternationally.Thisbookcontainsaselectionofhisinspirationaldesigns.IndesigncirclesaroundtheworldKenCatoisadmiredforhissignaturestyleofintegratedvisualcommunications.CatoDesignpresentsover300colourillustrationsandoutlinestheuniquedesignphilosophythathasbeenthekeytoCatosconsiderablesuccess.Hisworkrepresentsthecuttingedgeofgraphicdesigntoday.160pp......50.0055.00TheDigitalCanvasJonathanRaimesThisbookisapracticalandinspirationalguidetocreatinginnovativeandimaginativeartonthecomputer.Aimedatbeginnersaswellaspractisingartiststhisbookguaranteessimpleeasy-to-achieveresultsaswellassuggestingmoreambitiousexperimentalideas.Packedwithawiderangeofideasandstylesfromtraditionalpainterlyimagestocuttingedgecomputergraphics.Explainshowtomakethemostofimagingtechnologiessuchasscannersandunusualwaysofusingthemtocreateartisticeffects.192pp......54.5560.01ColourHowtousecolourinartanddesignEdithAnderson-FeisnerThisbookprovidesathoroughgroundingincolourtheoryaswellasexpertadviceaboutputtingtheprinciplesintopractice.Beginningwithanaccountofcolourfundamentalsandahistoryofcolourtheorytheauthorexploresindepththefourdimensionsofcolourandtheirapplicationtocompositionsinvariousmedia.182pp.......45.4149.95HandmadeSilkPaperKathRussonThisbookshowshowtocreateawonderfulselectionofbeautifuloriginalpapersusingsilkbres.Theycanbedyedinlaidwithowersleavesthreadsorribbonsmanipulatedintofascinatingshapesembellishedwithstitchesorbeadsmouldedormadeintostunningtexturedcollages.Seehowtheycanbetransformedintobowlsboxesmasksandbookcovers.96pp.......27.2329.95FocusonArtinSocietyandEnvironment5-88-1010Thesebookscontainintegratedplannedandsequentialunitsofworkthatrelatedirectlytothecurriculum.Eachbookintheseriesguidesyouthroughartexperiencesthatlinkthemakingandappreciatingaspectsofvisualartswithenvironmentsculturesandsocietiesinthepastandthepresent.each.......39.0542.96FocusonArtinSocietyandEnvironment5-8WallCharts8-10WallCharts10WallChartsYoucansupplementeachbookwithitsownsetofwallcharts.Thesearestimuluspostersthatcanbeusedtodevelopartappreciationwithteachingnotesonthereverse.8xA3foreachbookeach.......45.4149.95Christmas2006Our2006ChristmasCatalogueincludingothercelebrationsisfulloffestiveproductsgreatactivitiesOutmidJULYSeepage9forourrangeofSilkTopbresNEWArtPackreleaseStilllife-page8blueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTpricesarevaliduntil15thseptembernewresources 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Artisawonderfulplatformforstudentstoexpresstheirfeelingsandviewsabouttheworldinametalscrapsandhisworksaredisplayedatthetip.Studentsworkedingroupstodiscusstheirapproachanddesignfortheirpiece.Thesculpturestoreinforcetheirmessage.ThesculpturesweredisplayedintheschoolfoyerforthecommunitytoviewandthestudentswererequiredtopresenttheirNVIRONMENTAARTResourcesINTERNETsearchEnvironmentalartistsMATERIALSVariousjunkfromtherecycledepottapeVipondsPaintpapiermachvariouspenseg.Prockeysfeathersanddecoratingmaterials.PrimaryArticleMontrosePrimarySchoolntingPrintinyesareaquickandeasywaytohandpaintsSunDyes-areaquickandeasywaytsilkcottonwoolandactasalinebutSilkPaintingusingSwRewresouZartExtraThispublicationissentouttoallschoolsinthefirstweekofeachterm.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-12.00noonBudgets-2007Ifyourschoolrequiresyourdepartmenttonishoutstandingbudgetmoneybyacertaintimeandasyetyouhavenotworkedoutyourprogramrequirements-ZartArtcanhelp.Wecaninvoicetheremainderofyourbudgetforgeneralartmaterialsnowandthenprovideaproductcreditsothatyoumayselectyouritemsasyouneedthemwithoutfeelingpressured.JustspeaktooneofourCustomerservicepeoplewhocanassistyouwiththisprocedureNewCatalogueRelease-2007The2007ZartArtCataloguewillbemailedouttheweekimmediatelyafterMelbourneCupdayMonday13thNovember.IfyouwouldliketotakeadvantageoftheBacktoSchoolPriceswearehappytosupplyyourorderattheendofterm42006orJanuary2007butnotinvoiceyouraccountuntilFebruary2007.Thereisnodoubtthatcreativityisthemostimportanthumanresourceofall.Withoutcreativitytherewouldbenoprogressandwewouldbeforeverrepeatingthesamepatterns.EdwarddeBonoWhatsHappeningatZartArttermFourThanksforcomingdowntothezartartAnnualexpo.OnceagainhugebargainswereonofferfreedemonstrationsandinformativeworkshopsItwasanenjoyabledayandagreatdayforustosayhellotoourcustomers.ChristmastimeisquicklyapproachingthisyearzesiscelebratingtheNutcrackerchristmas-withworkshopsthroughoutvictoriaandafullcolourchristmaspublicationseepage12.Wehopeyouenjoyourchristmasprogramin2006.youshouldnowhaveyourZartArtChristmascatalogue.WehopeyouenjoyourrangeofproductsfromthenewtothetriedandtrueandeasyfestiveactivitiesForuptodateworkshopdetailspleaserefertoyouinsertorgotoourwebsitewww.zartart.com.auZartChristmasOrderFormFaxNumberErrorDearCustomersWehavediscoveredaprintingerrorinour2006ChristmasCatalogueorderForm.Pleasenoteourcorrectfaxnumberis0398986527SecondaryArticleTeachingdesignYr7-12FairhillsHighSchoolpage3PrimaryArticleEnvironmentalartMontrosePrimarySchoolpage5VELSImplementingVELSintheclassroom.page6ZartsStudentGalleryWhatsoninterm4page7ProleArticleMosaicallyMotivatedAuburnSouthPreSchoolpage8NewProductsExplorethewonderfulpossibilitiesofWoodenDollstartingpointspage9ActivitiesPaintingPrintingwithSunDyespage10NewResourcespage12contentscovercoverwww.zartart.com.au2ZARTEXTRAAVisualArtspublicationproducedeachtermforPre-schoolPrimarySecondaryTeachersbyZartArtandZartEducationService.ISSN14488450 Itisnevertooearlytoteachdesigntostudents.Manipulatingcoloursshapestoneslinesandtexturesarefoundationaltothecreationofallart-both2-dimensionaland3-dimensional.Duringtheyearsof7-12studentsaretaughtthedesignelementsandprinciplesinbothartandvisualcommunicationreferredtoinsenioryearsastheformalelementsinanartworkHoweverthepurposeandoutcomeofbothdisciplinesarequitedifferentandneedtobeunderstoodinordertoassiststudentstobeabletofullyenterintothedifferentmodesofthinkingusedwhencreatingeitheranartworkoradesignforvisualcommunication.Whenastudentstartsapaintingordrawingtheytendtoplacetheirsubjectmatteronthepaperwithlittleawarenessoftheframeinwhichtheyareworking.Theyarethenleftwiththeproblemoffillinginthebackground.Whenstudentsaregivenaseriesofabstractdesignexercisestheycanbehelpedtodevelopanappreciationoftheabstractqualitiesoftheirartworkandthesenseofpositiveandnegativespacesandtheoverallcompositionthatisbeingcreatedbyeachandeveryplacementofshapelinetextureetc.Thissameawarenessisneededinvisualcommunicationsothattheinformationbeingcommunicatedisnotonlyeffectiveinreachingthetargetaudienceandansweringthedesignbriefbuthasaestheticappealaswell.Creatingdesignsthatplaywiththeelementsandprinciplesprovideanon-threateningwayofenteringintothedesignprocesswithouthavingtofacetheIcantdraworIhaventgotanideaissue.Thisprocessbecomesreallysimplewhenthestudentsareprovidedwitharangeofpre-coloureddesignsi.e.PatternPaperGlassinesoldbyZartArtnewspapersmagazinescolouredpaperandglueandscissors.Bykeepingthedesignssmall-only11x15cmseveraldesignscanberesolvedinthespaceofadoublelesson.Anaddedbonusinthisprocessisthatstudentswillinevitablyexpressthemselvesintheirdesigns.Theabstractnatureofthefirstdesignsworksalmostlikethefamousinkblottests-getyourstudenttalkingaboutwhattheemergingimagesmeantothemandyouwillMultipleintelligencescanalsobecateredfor.Verbal-discussingorexplainingthedesignsMathematical-studentscanconsciouslyexpressmathematicalpatterniftheywishVisual-thewholeprocessisvisualKinaesthetic-handsonMusical-studentswholovemusiccanbedirectedtoKandinskyandcanattempttoexpressmusicthroughshapeandcolouretc.Intrapersonal-theprocessinvolvespersonalexpressionInterpersonal-studentssharetheirvisualsolutionsandgetfeed-backfromoneanotheraswellasfromtheteacher.ASSESSMENTOFTHETHINKINGDOMAINFORTHEV.E.L.SThethinkingprocessesthatarerequiredinthesetasksconformtoBloomsTaxonomySixThinkingLevelsKnowingUnderstandingApplyingAnalysingCreatingEvaluatingZartExtra_Term420063SecondaryArticle findallsortsofcuesinwhichyoucanencouragefurthercreativethoughtinthatstudent.Theinitialexercisescanbethenphotocopiedanddiscussedinrelationtothetonalbalance.Studentswillnowbecomeawareoftheweightthatcolourshave.Thesedesignscanbeinterpretedintopencilrenderingpenandinkwatercolourpencilsorgouacheetc.Designscouldalsobeinterpretedintoanallredorallblueversion-anopportunitytoteachcolourmixingandpaintapplication.Designsprintedontoacetateoverheadfilmandplacedonavarietyofbackgroundsisanotherwaytoseethedesigninanewway.Infacttheopportunitiesinwhichyoucanencouragethestudentstotaketheirdesignsinmanydirectionsareendless-anapproachthatisessentialintheVCEyears.Imagescanbeaddedeventually-eithercutoutordrawnbythestudentwhoisprogressivelybecomingmoreconfidentthathecancreateanartworkthatisfinished-noemptyspacesDESIGNELEMENTSFORMALELEMENTSPointLineLineShapeShapeFormFormSpaceMassVolumeToneToneValueTexture-2dTexture-2d3dColourColourLetterformLinguisticPhilosophyDESIGNPRINCIPLESFORMALPRINCIPLESFigure-groundSubjectMatter-BackgroundForegroundFigure-groundSubjectMatter-PositiveNegativeBalanceBalanceContrastContrastCroppingRelationshipofCompositionalElementstotheFrameHierarchy-FocalPointEmphasisFocalPointScaleScaleProportionProportionPatternRhythmAndRepetitionLayoutCompositionUnityVarietytheelementsandprinciplesusedinvisualcommunicationcanbeoundintheVCAAstudyguide.theormalelementsusedinfneartstendtobeslightlymorecomplexandvaryaccordingtodierentauthors.PurposesThedesignelementsandprinciplesareusedorthecommunicationoaparticularmeaningtoatargetaudience-usuallywiththeobjectiveosellinganideaaserviceoraproduct.Graphicdesignersaimtoproduceoriginaldesignsinaccordancewithadesignbrie.Graphicartcanalsobeusedtoreinorceorrecreateacorporateimage.PurposesTheFORMALELEMENTSareusedtoProduceanartwork2Dor3Dthatisaestheticallypleasingorexciting.ArtworkusuallyhasPHILISOPHICALorEMOTIONALsignifcancetotheartist.SomeartisNARRATIVEtellingastory.ArtcanalsobePOLITICALorCONTROVERSIALchallengingestablishedconventionsculturallysociallyorartistically.SecondaryArticlecontwww.zartart.com.au4JenniferCameronVisualArtsTeacherFairhillsHighSchool Artisawonderfulplatformforstudentstoexpresstheirfeelingsandviewsabouttheworldinameaningfulway.MontrosePrimarySchoolispartoftheSustainableSchoolsProgramandhavebeenlearningaboutwaystosaveourenvironmentandourresources.ThechallengefortheseartworkswastoconveythemessageDontRubbishourEnvironment.StudentslookedattheworkofenvironmentalartistssuchasthatofJohnDahlsonwhomakessculpturesfromrubbishcollectedonthebeachandalsoWilliamWarehamtheofficialartist-in-residenceatSanFranciscosrubbishtip.Warehamcreatessculpturesfrommetalscrapsandhisworksaredisplayedatthetip.Studentsworkedingroupstodiscusstheirapproachanddesignfortheirpiece.Thesculpturesneededtobesolidandwelldesignedsothattheycouldbedisplayed.Overthenextfewweeksstudentscollectedpersonalrubbishfromhomeandschooleg.ticketswrappersbatteriestinsboxes.Theartroomalsohadagoodarrayofjunkfromtherecycledepot.Duringclassesthegroupsconstructedtheirsculpturesusingtapeandpapiermachtocoverandstabilizethestructures.Overthefollowingweektheypaintedtheirworkanddecorateditusingmoreoftheirpersonalrubbishandfoundobjects.Inconclusionthestudentswerealsorequiredtocomposeanoriginalsloganfortheirsculpturestoreinforcetheirmessage.Thesculpturesweredisplayedintheschoolfoyerforthecommunitytoviewandthestudentswererequiredtopresenttheirworkatassemblytotheirpeers.Theresultsofthisprojecthaveempoweredthestudentsinvolvedtobelievethatthroughtheirarttheycanmakeadifferenceandcommunicatetheiropinionsinapowerfulandpositiveway.ENVIRONMENTALARTReouceINTERNETsachEnionnalaMATERIALSVaroujunkfmycaViodPaintpacvaroupng.Pcaaoaigara.PrimaryArticleMaryCooperVisualArtsTeacherMontrosePrimarySchool5MontrosePrimarySchoolZartExtra_Term42006 VELSonthewholehasnotaectedthecoursestructureorthecomponentsoartinwhichIteach.HoweverIreallylikehowartworksorartistscanbetheimpetusandstartingpointorclassroominquiryandintegration.Ialsothinkthattheinterdisciplinarylearningstrandscanreallystrengthenanddeepenstudentlearning.DavidWilliamsonCamberwellGrammarSchoolVELSprovidesuswithasequentialoutlineortheplanningandimplementingoanArtsprogramromlevels1-4Itcontainsspecifcoutcomesoreachlevel.ItprovidessuggestedappropriatelearningexperiencesacrossallacetsotheArtsromwhichteacherscandrawtodeveloprelevantteachingandlearningactivities.JulieLachAspendaleGardensPrimarySchoolVELShasnotimpactedonmyteachingprogramhoweverinassessmenttasksorstudentportoliosoutcomestatementsarenowstandardstatements.TherecognitionVELSgivestointerdisciplinarylearninghighlightswhathasbeenhappeninginartroomsormanyyears.ComingtounderstandVELSisanongoingprocessthatrequiresproessionaldevelopmenteg.atnetworkmeetingsandotherPDsessions.OneconcernormanyartteachersisthesuggestionthatthereportingovisualartswillbecombinedwithperormingartsiechildrengetonemarkorTheArts.TheArtscoversvisualartsmusicmediadanceanddramaintheprimaryschool.MarionHilandSurreyHillsPrimarySchoolInitiallytheimplementationoVELSintomyprogramseemedlikeadauntingtask.HoweveruponexaminationandreectionomycurrentartsprogramusingtheVELSrameworktheconnectionsbetweenthetwobecameclearer.Rethinkingtheexplanationandpresentationomyprogramhavebeenthemajorshits.Contentandapproachhaveremainedmuchthesame.HeatherLeePenleighandEssendonGrammarImplementingVELShasbeenajourneythatinthebeginningIwouldhaverathernottakenbutwithagreatdealosel-reectionandgoalsettingImeelingconfdentthatIamdevelopingabetterunderstandingomystudentslearningenablingmetoassistwiththeirimprovementintheVisualArts.MyfrstchallengewasthetaskounderstandingtheVELSrameworkinparticularthe3corestrandsandhowtheyinterrelatewithTheArts.Ialsoneededtogetagraspothelanguage.e.g.domainsanddimensions.WithagrowingunderstandingoVELSandabeliethatitsimplementationwouldimprovemystudentslearningIbeganplanningtheVisualArtsprogramundertheheadingsoInterpersonalandPersonalLearning.VisualArtsCreatingandMakingExploringandRespondingCommunicationandThinking.Allothesedomainsarenowanintegralpartomyprogramplanning.Assessmentandthedocumentationostudentslearninghasbecometheocusomyproessionallearning.VELShasmademequestiontheeectivenessomyassessmentpractices.IhavebeenexperimentingwithavarietyassessmenttoolsthatwillbestprovidemewiththedatathatwillhelpmeknowmystudentssothatIcanbetterplanortheirlearning.Imalsoconcernedaboutthemanagementodocumentation.Wearecurrentlyexploringthemanagementoportolios.Wewantthemtobeaneectivedocumentationoongoingassessmentandaresourceolearningorthestudenttoreectonandusetolinkuturelearning.TheimplementationoVELSinmyartroomhasbeenachallengeandIknowImonaneverendingjourneyolearning.ItseemsthatwehadjustmasteredtheimplementationooneDepartmentinitiativewhenthatonewasreplacedwiththenext.Iguessthatisindicativeoourtradeteachingandlearningwecanalwaysimprove.DiOlssonTrafalgarPrimarySchoolMostteachersinVictoriaarecurrentlydevotingagreatdealotimetotheVictorianEssentialLearningStandardsVELSthenewcurriculumbeingprogressivelyimplementedinschoolsrom2006to2008.TheproponentsoVELSarguethattheworldischangingsoaststudentsaceanuncertainuturesimplybecausetheutureisanunknown-itwillbesodiferentromthepastandthepresent.VELSisthereoreanattempttohelpstudentsdeveloptheabilitytorespondtochangeandadaptthroughnewlearning.ThecriticswouldarguethattheimplementationoVELSisresultinginoverworkedandhighlystressedteachers.ThosewhoteachTheArtshaveuntil2008toullyimplementVELS.WethoughtyouwouldbeinterestedinthecommentsootherartteacherstoourquestionHowistheimplementationoVELSgoinginyourartprogramHowistheimplementationofVELSgoinginyourartprogramAttentionSecondaryTeacherswww.zartart.com.au6EducationUpdateDaniChakZartEducationServiceVELSPDWorkshopwithDiOlsson ZartsStudentGallerysituatedatzarteducationserviceisZartsStudentGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels17.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailonjanzartart.com.audonvalechristianCollegePlanningDiscussdifferentshoetypesandhowtheycouldconstructthemusingcardboardandcylinders.BrainstormideasofwhatmakesMelbourneuniqueeglandmarksfamouspeopleactivities.IhadphotographicresourcestoinspirethemTheythenhadtodrawuptheirshoeandlayouttheirchosenimagesIsuggestednomorethan5imagesConstructionStudentstracedaroundtheirownfoottogetthebasicshapetheythenusedcylindersandcardboardtobuilduptheshoeshape.StudentscompletedtwolayersofnewspaperpapierMacheovertheirshoefollowedbyonewhitelayerofpapierMache.Theywerelefttodrybeforepainting.DecoratingStudentsrsttransferredtheirimagesontotheshoesusingpencil.Theythenpaintedeachsurfaceoftheirshoe.Viewourgalleryonthewebsitewww.zartart.com.auOatlandsPrimarySchoolCoolarooSouthPrimarySchoolStillLifeDonvaleChristianCollegeVisualArtWorkRosannaGolfLinksPrimarySchoolTapestriesAitkinCollegeBannersStJosephsPrimaryHawthornLunaParkHawthornWestPrimarySchoolYarraRiverMuralStPaulsPrimarySchoolMonbulkPrintingStrathconaGirlsGrammarPicassoceramicsStrathmorePrimarySchoolWoodworksKoonungSecondaryCollegeArtWorksStLeonardsCollegeBrightonMasksOatlandsPrimarySchoolShoesCatholicLadiesCollegeElthamDryFeltingChathamPrimarySchoolStilllifeFairhillsHighSchoolDesignMontrosePrimarySchoolEnvironmentalArtOurLadysSchoolCraigieburnBirdsBeverleyHillsPrimarySchoolPaintedJeansZartsStudentGalleryZartExtra_Term420067termFOUR2006DiCappadonaVisualArtsTeacherOatlandsPrimarySchool Formanyyearsnowourpre-schoolemblemofascarecrowhasbeenetchedintothememoriesofthemanyfour-year-oldsthathavepassedthroughourpre-schooldoors.Upuntilonedayin2004wehadaverysimplebutcharacteristicscarecrowwhichstoodwatchoverthegrounds.OnarrivalatkindergartenonemorningsadlyIfoundthatsomevandalshadtakenourscarecrowapart.Thisalongwiththebadlydeterioratingbuildingmadeforaverytiredandsadlookingplayground.Ofcoursemuchdiscussiontookplacewiththechildrenaboutwhathadhappenedtoourbelovedscarecrowandhowwecouldsolvethisproblem.Thisinspiredmetodreamupideasofhowtore-createourscarecrowinawaythatwouldseehislastingimageforyearstocome.HavingvisitedTheMosaicGardeninHawthornaboutthattimeIwasinspiredtoembarkontheprojectofmakingamosaicwhichwouldincorporateourscarecrowalongwithotherimagerytowhichthechildrencouldcontribute.Secondtothiswasmyrationaleoftryingtoimprovetheaestheticsofapre-schoolthatwasseriouslyinneedofsomeupliftingambiencetodetractfromthepoorstateofanagingfaade.IbeganbyvisitingCamberwellBoysGrammarSchoolwhoverykindlyallowedmetoviewPamelaIrvingsprojectentitledGuardiansoftheChessSetaswellasSurreyHillsPrimarySchoolwhoalsohaveworkedonmosaicsinthepast.FromhereIapproachedthechildreninmyclassroomandweestablishedmanysmallprojectgroupswherewebrainstormedideasaboutwhatsortsofthingswemightliketoputinourmosaic.Atthetimewewerebreedingsilkwormsinourclassroomsothisinspiredideasaboutminibeastssuchasinsectsspidersandbirdsetc.Theplanwasforabackgroundconsistingofninehardboardpanelsco-joinedtocreatea2.4mx1.8mimageofcreaturesinagarden.Thechildrendidtheconceptdrawingsforthiswhichincludedthingslikeabutterysnailspiderswebladybeetlebeebirdwormcaterpillarowerssunandrainbow.Thesetypesofsymbolicrepresentationsoftheworldseemedtobefamiliarandoftenrepeatedinourchildrensartwork.Infrontofthebackgroundwastobeourscarecrowwhichwastobeathree-dimensionalconstructionmadefromallkindsofjunkrecyclablesthatwouldbeweather-resistantandrmlycementedintotheground.Hewasgoingtobeonastakeinagardenbedandwehadplannedtodevelopthesurroundinggardenareaforplantingwiththechildren.WithatightbudgettoworkwithinthearduoustaskofsourcingasmanytilesasIcouldbegan.Thisinvolvedyerstofamiliesletterstotileshopsfordonationsandphysicallysiftingthroughakaleidoscopeoftilestondtherightcolorsandshades.Embarkingonsuchamammothtaskwasgoingtorequirethehelpofourlocalcommunitysotheprojectopeneduptoparenthelperswhowereinvitedtocomealongbothduringthedayandatnighttoworktowardstheoutcome.Iwasstaggeredbythesupportthatwasofferedbyourparenthelpers.Oncetheprojectwaswelloffthegroundourlocalcouncilannouncedthatourpre-schoolwouldbedemolishedandre-located.Thenewsofthismuch-neededrescuefromcouncilwaswelcomed.Howeverthetimingforourmosaicwasnotsogood.Itmeantthatlogisticallytheoriginalplanforourprojectwouldbedifculttocarryout.WherewasitgoingtogonowAndwilltherebesufcientwallspacetomountitinournewplaygroundWeweresofarintotheprojectthatwecouldntjustabandonit.Thedecisionwasmadetocontinuewiththeplaninstages.Sometwoyearslaterandwearehappilysettledintoabeautifulnewbuildingadornedbythefruitsofourlaboronthefaade.Our3DscarecrowgurewhichIsoonhopetotakeonwithournewresidentshasbeenputonholduntilwereachstage2ofourplaygrounddesign.MOSAICALLYMOTIVATEDwww.zartart.com.au8prolearticleJulianeRigoniDirectorAuburnSouthPre-School 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Activitywww.zartart.com.au10PaintingPrintingSunDyesareaquickandeasywaytohandpaintsilkSunDyes-areaquickandeasywaytohandpaintsilkcottonwoolandanynaturalbres.Theyarexedbyheatsetting-useawarmdryiron.TheSundyescanalsobeusedforsunprinting-thisisaprocessinwhichthefabriccanbepaintedandwhileitisstillwetplacedoutinthesunwithleavestemplatesfeathersetc.anythingwhichwillleaveanimpression-theUVinthesunreactswiththepigmentinthepaintscreatingasunprint.1.Stretchthesilkontoawoodenframeusing3pointpinsorpushpinstoattachthesilktothewoodenframe.2.IfusingGuttaorColdBatikWaxapplythesetothestretchedfabricrstastheyneedtobetotallydrypriortousingthedyes.3.StarttoapplytheSunDyesusingasoftbrush.Asoftbrushisbestasitwillholdquitealotofsilkdyeandwillensureanevennish.4.NotethattheColdWaxisnotaresistitwillnotactasalinebutsimplycreateatexture.5.NotethatGuttawillactasaresistandnodyewilltraveloverorundertheGuttaline.Thisisthebestmethodforlineordesignwork.6.Manutexdyethickenercanalsobeusedwiththedyestocreateadesign-withouttheuseofGutta.Thiswillprovideamorepainterlyeffect.EitherthickenthedyewithManutexorpaintManutexoverthestretchedsilkandallowtodrybeforepaintingwiththedyes.7.Onceyouhavenishedyoursilkpaintingleavethepiecetoairdryontheframeforatleast3-4hrsovernightisbest8.Thepieceoncedrythenneedstobeironed.Useawarmdryironplaceanoldclothpressingfabricoverthework.Ironforapprox6-10minutes.9.OncethepiecehasbeenxedironedyoumaythenproceedtoremoveGuttaColdWaxorManutexbuildupwithawarmsoapywash.Thiswillremoveanyresidue.10.Alwaysironsilkwhilstitisdampasthiswillmakeiteasiertoremoveanycreases.Youhavenowcompletedyoursilkorcottonpainting.Thepiecesyouproducecanbewearableorartworktohangonthewalls.SilkPaintingusingSunDyesMaterialsPushPinsStretchframeGuttaManutexSilkColdBatikWax 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12ZartExtra_Term42006NewResourcesArtDetectiveSecondEditionMicheleStockleyThisbookhasbeensubstantiallyrevisedandupdatedandprovidesacarefullystructuredbutexibleapproachtointroducingstudentstotheworldofart.ThesecondeditionwasspecicallywrittentocatertotheVictorianEssentialLearningStandardsVELS.ThereisafullandcomprehensivecoverageoftheArtsdomainwiththetwodimensionsCreatingandmakingandExploringandrespondingbeingaddressedwithpracticalclassroom-basedquestionsandactivities.DueLateSepttoearlyOct192pp.......39.5043.45ArtDetectiveTeacherResourceAssessmentKitRossWatermanThewire-boundTeacherbooksupportstheuseofArtDetectiveSecondEditionandisaccompaniedbyaCD-ROMwitheditableversionsof-ExtensiveassessmentadviceandcourseoverviewsforVictoriaYears78-Abankofworksheets-Unitsofworkandsampleassessmenttasks-StudentsampleresponsestoactivitiesDueLateNovtoEarlyDecBookcd...136.00149.60ArtDetectiveSecondEditionPosterPackThisposterpackisdesignedtocaterforawholecourseinjuniorArtandincludesawideselectionofartworkswhichfeatureinthebookArtDetective.-30posters525x368mmprintedonstronggloss-laminatedboard-Durableat-packpackagingtocarryandstoreposters-Teachernotesonthereverseofeachposterandaseriesofquestionsthatwillpromotewholeclassdiscussion.DueLateNovtoEarlyDec30posters..180.00198.00TheEncyclopediaofMosaicTechniquesEmmaBiggsAcompleteguidetomaterialstoolsandtechniquesusedforcreatingfabulousmosaics.Discovernewtechniquesandinnovativestylesforcreatingmosaicsforavarietyofpurposesandlearnfoolproofmethodsforcoordinatingcolourchoicestoproducedynamicdesignsofenduringappeal.Thisbookalsocoversawiderangeoftesseraefromtraditionalceramictilestopebblesbrokenpotteryfoundobjectsandotherimprovisedmaterials.160pp......36.3239.95DrawingKeithMicklewrightDrawingisalanguage.Likealllanguagesifuseduentlyitwillallowindividualstoexpresstheirideasclearly.Contrarytotheassumptionthatthisvisualliteracyisagiftthatcannotbelearnedthisbookdemonstratesthatitisahighlyteachableskill.Aswellasinstructingthestudenthowtodrawthebookalsoservesasavisualhandbookforartistsanddesignerswhoneedtoexploreandexpressideasthroughdrawing.168pp.......45.4149.95FacesPlacesandInnerSpacesJeanSousaHowdoartistsusefacesplacesandinnerspacestoexpressthemselvesandtheirworldsEveryobjectinthisbookfallsintoatleastoneofthesecategoriesinfactyouarelikelytondthatsomecanbeonetwoorevenallthreeAfterexploringeachofthesetopicsbepreparedtotakeanewlookatartandtobetterunderstandhowartistsshapeourviewsoftheworld.48pp.......27.2329.95HandmadePrintsAnneDesmetJimAndersonThisbookoffersauser-friendlyapproachtoprintmakingwithoutapress.Allmethodscanbeaccomplishedatmanylevelsofexpertise.Theaimofthisbookistoprovideadiverserangeofideaswherethemostbasicmethodscanbeusedtomakehighlyambitiouswork.Withprintmakingitispossibletocreateimagesarguablymoreinventiveandunusualthanthoseproducedbypencilorpaintbrush.144pp......36.3239.95newresourcesTheCreativeSchoolSupplyCompany2006c20thenutcrackerchristmasCoverPaper51x76cmBlackCoverPaper38x51cmCartridgePaper110gsmA4CrepePaperMettexWoolTopsOilPastelsMarkerblackPVALiquidGlitterFairyDust1.UsCPaMecasrancalwacycuiaioub-pa.2.UsintcouCovPacutoutyacavauaoaaad.3.CovbckCovPaihLquGiasy.4.CutaoutCargPaaacalauoihOilP.5.Gyaypaobckcou.6.Usbckaaawypaji.7.GMeaoy.8.GWlToooai.MancalBaraTheCreativeSchoolSupplyCompany2006c38thenutcrackerchristmasPolyCone10cmTinselStringStarSequinsSatayStickPlasticinePVAGlitteraraaraWoodenPenDollShimmerGlassPaintMetallicBraidMetallicYarnCurlyHairWhiteJoggleEyes6mmFeltArbeeCraftGlueGlitterPomPom12mmBeadMarkerblack1.PSaySckinsaoinPyCo.2.CovSaySckacoiPVAaiohTinslSriaouaiatSaySckaoiaoucounilcocycovicou.3.WiacouTinslSriovtcouiialpa.4.GSuiSaaouoa.5.MasfmbckPci.CovmSaySckaPciiPVAarinovGiunilacoviGi.CoCT1.PaintWPDlyihcscou.Puty.2.Gosaiaap.3.UsFtcaataoaihMaBaaGiPmPm.4.Gato.5.UsFtcaaaoly.6.TMaYaaouintyot.DoaihSuioapa.7.Usbckaaioyicaousa.EPTheCreativeSchoolSupplyCompany2006WovCaaraRainbowWeavingMatSequinsCreativeMetallicBraidFoilboardA4CartridgePaperA4CoverPaper25x38cmPVA1.WavRainoWaviMataovatooCargPa.2.CutacafmWaviMatacutaautyafmFia.3.GovatoFiaaavialoFiaoi.4.FCovPaiaacacaoCovPa.Cutoutaocaca.5.GovaoCovPaca.6.PuchincaahMaBaoghaoatfont.7.DoafontcaihSuin.cthenutcrackerchristmas37MerryChristmasWewouldliketowishyouallawonderfulsafeChristmas.Thankyouforyoursupportthisyear.Becauseofyoursupportweareabletoworktogethertopromotequalityarteducation.ReSaatZatAtTheNutcrackerChristmasThewonderfulchildrensfairytaleofTheNutcrackeristhefocusofourChristmas2006.ThisyearourChristmasbookisbasedonthistaleaswellasanumberoftraditionalChristmasdecorations.Theactivitiesaredesignedtogiveclassroomandvisualartteachersastartingpointforstudentstoexplorenewvisualartmediatechniquesandskills.Fullcolourpublication.Available1stOctober200656pp.......27.5030.25SeeourworkshopinsertforZESsNutcrackerchristmasPDProgramblueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTpricesarevaliduntil21stdecember2006