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TheprogramwasdesignedtogivestudentsadeeperunderstandingandappreciationofPicassosworkandlifeandatthesametimedeveloptheirvisualartskillsandknowledge.ItalsoincorporatedthethreemainVictorianEssentialLearningStandardsVELSthestrandsandassociateddomainsanddimensions.Thelevelsofstudentabilityskillknowledgeandexperiencevariedenormouslyandhadtobeoneofthemostcriticalpointstoconsiderwhenplanningtheprogram.Thestrandswereeasilyworkedintoeachlevelbutthedomainsanddimensionshadtobemodifiedforeachgroup.Thepersonalandinterpersonallearningskillsofstudentsdevelopedastheirstrengthsandweaknesseswereidentifiedateachlevel.In2DYear10studentswereorganisedintosmallgroupsandgivenachoiceofseveralpaintingsthatrepresenteddifferentperiodsinPicassoslifetodevelopintoartworks.TheywerealsogivenindividualpiecestointerpretandrespondtosuchasTheWeepingWomanandGuernica.Usingthevisualartelementsandprinciplesofdesigntheywereabletodeterminethemeaningoftheartworksandthenhadtodissectandre-createtheworkinordertocommunicatetheirownideas.TheresultswereamazingSomestudentscombinedseveralpaintingsintheformofcollagetotelltheirstorywhichgaveaslightlydifferentversionoftheartworksoriginalmeaning.Thisactivityemphasisedallaspectsofinterdisciplinaryanddiscipline-basedlearning.ThegroupworkinvolvedcreatingandmakinglargerscalepaintingsanddepictedthemesfromtheBluePeriodtheRosePeriodandCubism.EachgrouphadtoresearchanalyseandinterpretthemeaningoftheTheArtDepartmentatSouthOakleighCollegecouldeasilyhavebeenmistakenforPicassoandDoraMaarsapartmentat6ruedeSavoieParisthisyear.Theteamofstudentsandteacherssetaboutexploringandre-creatingsomeofthethemesPicassohaddeveloped.TheyinvestigatedsomeofthemostsignificantthemesthatinspiredPicassowhichincludedhisportrayalofthewomeninhislifeandtheplightofhumansufferingduetotheeffectofthewar.AlsoexploredwasthewiderangeofmediumsandtechniquesPicassoemployedparticularlyCubism.TheWeepingWomanNumber6RuedeSavoieZartExtra_Term120073SecondaryArticle workandthenexplorethematerialsandtechniquesPicassoused.Group1workedonTheThreeMusiciansandGroup2workedonLeCamigou.Theydissectedeachpieceofthepaintingandthenre-establisheditbyputtingeachpiecebackinsemi-reliefaccordingtothevariousplanechanges.ThisprocessenabledthestudentstodecipherthemultipleviewpointsusedbytheCubistartists.BothgroupsusedarangeofmaterialssuchasfabricsnewspaperpaintfurphotocopiesropeguitarpiecesandmanymoreinordertoconveytheirunderstandingofanalyticalandsyntheticCubism.Theyalsohadtoworkwitharangeoftoolsfromthewoodtechnologyareawhichincludedjigsawsbandsawselectricdrillsandsanders.Group3usedtheimageofWomanwithaDeadChildGroup4usedMassacreinKoreaandGroup5usedLaJoiedeVivre.ThesepaintingswerechosentogivethestudentstheopportunitytodevelopessentialthinkingskillsbyincreasingtheirawarenessofhowPicassointerpretedhissourceofinspiration.TheydidnotuseformalVenndiagramsorclustermapstoanalysetheworksbutdiddiscussmeaningtechniquesartelementsandprinciplesinanopenmind-mappingway.ThishelpedthemmakeinformeddecisionsabouthowtheyweregoingtoemphasizedifferentaspectsofthepaintingsandwhyPicassousedcertainshapescoloursandforms.Italsodemonstratedthemanydifferentpaintingstylesheused.Theoutcomeforthisprojectresultedinexcellentcollaborationbetweenallgroups.Year92DexploredthemeaningofsignsandsymbolsabstractiondistortionexpressionandexaggerationinPicassoswork.Theyusedseveralportraiturestylestoreproduceandchangeaccordingtotheirownimpressionandinterpretationoftheoriginalwork.Theworkinthisunitwasdesignedtodevelopcreativeskillsinpaintingandconstruction.Studentsworkedwithacryliconcanvasandmixedmediawhichincludedbalsawoodmagazineextractspoly-blocksskewersbuttonsstringsequinsfeathersandanythingelsetheyfoundintheartroom.Themixedmediapaintingsweretobethree-dimensionalwithtwodifferentexpressionsoneitherside.Theyhadtobefreestanding.Studentscutsemi-figurativeshapesoutofthebalsaandthenpaintedandgluedanythingtheywantedtoconveytheirmeaning.TheseimagesdevelopedextensivelyafterthestudentshadexploredthesculpturesofPicassoandlookedatthewayhehandledspaceandform.Year9VisualCommunication.ThestudentsresponsiblefortheCollegeMagazineselectedanimageofoneofthefinalsolutionscreatedbythestudentsin2Dforthecoverofthe2006edition.TheyemployedAdobePhotoshopPhotoshopElementsandarangeofgraphicprograms.Year9Ceramics.ThestudentsdevelopedanunderstandingofPicassosglazedimagerytodecoratetheirpieces.Thedecoratingprocessdevelopedskillsintransfer-releasewithslipontothesurfaceoftheclay.Exercise2studentshadtoexploreawiderangeofoptionsforsurfacedecorationincludingmark-makingincisingtexturisingandglazing.Theoptiontheychosewastouseslipmonoprinting.ThisprocessmeanttheyhadtochooseanimageofPicassosandtransferitontocottonfabricandthenreleasetheimagebyusingakidneytoolontotheclay.Workingwithclaydevelopedadifferentvocabularyandextendedtheirskillsincreatingmakingandresponding.StudentsinthisareaofstudyhadtocompleteamajorresearchstudybasedonPicassosthemesandinspirationsforcreatingthree-dimensionalworksofartwhichincludedhissculpturesandceramics.Year9Textiles.Thestudentsusedasimilarprocessoftransfer-releaseontoLithoPaperthenbuiltuptheimageofPicassoswomenwithlayersoftheinkthenheat-transferredthisonto100polyesterfabricusinganiron.Thentheyconstructedcushionsusingtheseprintswiththeimagesasdominantfeatures.AnothertopicexploredwasonewhereeachstudenthadtodesignaCrazyCritter.TheideawasbasedontheCubistconceptofusingonlyshapeandform.Therelease-transfertechniquewasonceagainemployedbuttheextensiontothiswastostartwithadigitalphotoimageofwww.zartart.com.au4SecondaryArticlecont. themselvesinbothfullfrontalandprofile.Thiswasbuiltupasamontageandprintedontofabric.Studentsaddedembroideryandotherdecorativeembellishments.TheseCrazyCritterswerethree-dimensionalandquiteabstract.Skillsandknowledgedevelopedinthisareaincludedconstructionmachineandhandsewingmeasuringdesigninghandpaintingfabricandprinting.Year7.2Dgavethestudentstheopportunitytousethedigitalcameraanddeveloptheirdesignprocessusingimagesofthemselvestoproduceself-portraits.Examiningthemostimportantanglesandfeaturesthatcharacterisedthestudentsimagedevelopedtheportraits.TheyinvestigatedthewayPicassousedthisprocesstopainttheimagesofthewomeninhislife.StudentsstudiedimagesofDoraMaarandTheSleepingWomanandwererequiredtodiscussandwritetheirthoughtsinstory-tellingformat.Someoftheirinterpretationsrangedfromverysadtohighlyhumorous.TheoutcomesfortheirvisualworkreflectedtheirunderstandingofhowtheCubistsdisregardedperspectiveandrealism.Thiswasamajorlearningcurveforyear7students.OveralltheprogramcoveredaperiodofthreetermsandclearlyencompassedthethreemainVELSstrandsandthedomainsanddimensions.PhysicalPersonalandSocialLearningwasevidentinstudentsresponsestothetasksrisk-takingdevelopmentofself-awarenessandself-motivation.Interpersonallearningwasclearlydemonstratedthroughthedevelopmentofindividualityandrespectforeachothersopinionsandwork.Evidenceofinterdisciplinarylearningwasdemonstratedinthedevelopmentofcommunicationskillsinterpretationoftheartworkstheuseofartterminologyanexpandedvocabularythedevelopmentofawiderangeofskillsandtechniquesandtheapplicationofartisticprinciples.Creatingandmakingtheartworksreinforcedtheimportanceofunderstandingmeasurementratiomultiplicationperspectivevolumeweightstructureandanalysis.Italsodemonstratedtheimportanceofreadingwritingspeakinglisteningandsharingideas.Thevisualsensorytactileandspatialelementsofartwereevidentinalllevelsoftheprogramwhichmeansdiscipline-basedlearninghasoccurredaswell.Assessmentofstudentachievementisbasedonindividualdevelopment.2DVisualArtPoppiOConnorKyliedeNieseStudentteacher-AriehHoffman3DVisualArt-CeramicsTextilesTeacher-ValmaiToddStudentTeacher-CyONeilYear9VisualCommunicationTeacher-GlendaBlooreTechnologyWoodTeacher-DanielDruryLibrarystaffDianneDunneKayWilsonNeilGorhamVELSPicassoLevels5-6InterpersonalDevelopmentPersonalLearningTheArtsEnglishDesignCreativityTechnologyInformationTechnologyThinkingProcessesZartExtra_Term120075PoppiOConnorSouthOakleighSecondaryCollegeSecondaryArticlecont. 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CustomerServiceCentreStudentGalleryartseducationeventsArtiseitherplagiarismorrevolutionPaulGauguin18481903eventsdiaryVICWehavemovedWhyTogiveourcustomersthebestandsafestopportunitytoshopforartmaterialsandresourceswithoutdodgingdeliveryvansandstorepeoplepickingorders.Ournewcentreissolelyforourcustomerstoshopwhilstlisteningtomusicitisairconditionedinsummerandheatedinwintertherearewideraislesfortrolleysfullofartsuppliesandeventeaandcoffeemakingfacilities.TheseparateBookRoomhasaseatwherecustomersmayrelaxandbrowsethroughthebooksbeforeselectingtheirpurchase.Pricesaremarkedforeachproductandthereisnowonlyonepricesoteachersareabletopurchasematerialsforthemselvesatthesamesubsidisedpriceastheschools.Withthenewgalleryupstairsthecustomersmayviewthestudentsworkondisplaywhilstwaitingfortheirordertobeprocessed.Theworkinthegalleryischangedeachtermsoavisitupstairseachtermiswellworththeeffortgivingourcustomersmanyideasfortheirvisualartprograms.WhereTheCustomerServiceCentreissituatedinFactory441LextonRoadBoxHill3129.DirectlyoppositetheoldStudentGalleryandadministrationbuilding.YouwillseethebrightagsalongsideonewallandthereshouldbeampleparkingforcustomerstoparkdirectlyoutsidetheCentre.NewExtendedHoursMondayTuesdayWednesdayandFriday8.30am5.00pmThursday8.30am8.00pmSaturday8.30am2.00pm4th-29thAprilMelbourneInternationalComedyFestival5th-10thJune07StKildaFilmFestival17thAprilBookWeekShortlistAnnouncement30thJune-8thJulyMelbourneInternationalPuppetCarnival30thJune07ZartStocktakeDay-closedWewillbeclosedonSaturday30Juneforannualstocktake.13thJuly07AnnualZartArtExpoOpenDayClearanceSaleDiaryWhatshappeningaroundthestateandatZartinterm2.page2SecondaryArticleStBernardsCollegeExplorethemanystylesandoptionsofprinting.coverpage3page5ProleTrafalgarPrimarySchoolCharlesBlackmansAliceinWornderlandandDREAMERsteps.insertPDWorkshopInsert.ZartEducationannouncesTerm2PDschedule.page8ZartStudentGalleryComeandvisitusinourNEWgalleryandseeourterm2exhibition.page9PrimaryArticleChirnsideParkPrimarySchool.StudentsembraceReconciliation.page10ActivityIntroducingPaverpol-createallweatherartpage12NewResourcesNewbooksfeaturingDolls-AroundtheWorldEditorJanRokerDaniChakArtDirectionProductionBrittaPoljansekPhotographyMariannaZierschContributorsDiOlssonJaneFlemingSueLesserandSoniaAttwood.ZartExtraISSN14488450ZartExtraispublishedquarterlybyZartEducationadivisionofZartArtPtyLtd.Thispublicationismailedpriortothefirstweekofthetermissuedate.Thisnewsletterallowsartteachersco-ordinatorstolearnaboutwhatishappeninginarteducationandwhatotherartteachersaredoing.Youwillfindinformationonnewarttechniquesandprocessesthelatestmaterialsandresourcesonthemarket.Duetovariouscircumstancessomeinformationmaybesubjecttochange.ZartArtZartExtralogoandmastheadareregisteredtrademarksofZartArtPtyLtd.DREAMERstepsisatrademarkofZartArtPtyLtd.AllcontentissubjecttocopyrightandmaynotberepublishedwithoutpriorconsentfromZartArt.AllsubmissionsbecomepropertyofZartArt.SubmissionsmaybepublishedintheZartExtraorpostedonwww.zartart.com.autheofficialarteducationresource.ZartArtreservestherighttoeditsubmittedarticlesactivitiesforcontentlengthandclarity.Pleasenoteallpricesquotedarevalidforthedurationofthecurrenttermonlyandaresubjecttochangewithoutnotice.Theinsertofthenewsletterprovidesdetailsofourtermsworkshopssoteacherscanthencontactusandbookintotheworkshop.ZartArtZartoffersanextensiverangeofartmaterialsresourcescraftandtechnologysupplies.Youwillfindcompetitivepricesandefficientandquickservice.441LextonRoadBoxHillNorthMelbourneVictoria3129Ph0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auEzartartzartart.com.auAdministrationHoursMondayFriday8.30am5.00pmCustomerServiceCentreMondayWednesdayFriday8.30am5.00pmThursday8.30am8.00pmSaturday8.30am2.00pmwww.zartart.com.au22contents PrintmakingisaliveandwellasStBernardsCollegeasstudentscreatedarangeofartworksbasedonmanyideasandthemes.Fromlinoprintsetchingsandstencilartartroomshavebeentransformedintoindustrioushivesofactivity.Printsofalldifferentstylesandprocesseshavebeenexploredtoculminateinastrongbodyofworkforthecollege.LinoProcessStudentslinoprintsinvestigatedtheuseoftheelementsandprinciplesofart.Year78studentsusedarangeofmediaincludingnewspaperprintandappropriatedimagerytocreatetheirpieces.Eachcameupwithseveraldifferentrefineddesignsolutionsthatexploredcolourtonetexturelineorshape.Manystudentslookedatcontemporarycultureasaninfluencewhencreatingtheirownwork.Thestepsinvolvedwithlinoprintingsawstudentsmasteranumberoftechniques.Studentstooktheirdesignsandtransferredthemontotheirlinotile.Usinglinotoolsandbench-hooksstudentswereabletoexploretheuseoflineandtexturewithintheirart.Printingontopapersawtheuseofrollersandink.Dependingontheresultsstudentsthenrefinedtheirlinoimagebyusingthetoolstocarveoutorclarifylines.Studentsalsoexperimentedfurtherbyprintingontonewsprintcolouredortexturedpaper.AdamYear8wasinspiredtostudyandincorporatemoretraditionalaestheticapproacheswiththemergingofrenaissanceemulatinghandsoverimagesofRomanclassicalarchitecture.Hisresponsecamefromastudyoftonaldrawing.StencilArtStudentsinYears7and8weregiventheopportunitytocreatetwoandthreecolouredstencils.TheinspirationbehindmanyoftheworkswastheappropriationofimageryandideasconcerningcontemporaryMelbournestencilartists.Ideasweregleanedthroughthestudentsuseofthewebandtheviewingofvideosources.ThedominatingthemeswerethecurrentpoliticalclimateinAustraliatribalismthewarinIraqaswellaspopularculture.Theprocessforstencilartsawanumberofsteps.FirststudentstookinspirationfromtheInternetandmodifiedtheirimagesthroughtheuseofthedesignprocess.Imageshadtobemonochromatictomakeiteasierforcreatingthestencilswitheitherblackorwhiteareasclearlydefined.Designswerethenlaminated.StudentsthenZartExtra_Term220073StBernardsCollegeSecondaryArticlewilliamadam usedStanleyknivestocutoutareastheywantedcoloured.Sprayingusingaerosolcansprovedtobeafairlypreciseprocesswhichtheboyshandledbrilliantly.Studentscoveredupsectionsofthestencildependingonwhatcolourtheimagewastobeandplacedthisoveracleanpieceofpaper.Asmoothquickeasyactionacrossthestencilprovedtogetthebestresultwithjusttherightamountofspraypaint.Studentshadtobecarefulnottospraytheaerosolpainttoocloselytothepaperandstencilotherwisethepaperwouldbeloadedwithtoomuchpaint.Becausethestencilcouldbeusedoverandoveragainstudentswereabletoexperimentwithdifferentcolourcombinations.Althoughtheprocessrequiredconcentrationandfocusmoststudentsfoundtheendresultworththetimeandeffort.Year7and8studentscreatedanumberofstencilsthatreflectedawidevarietyofideas.FrankYear7ontheotherhandcoveredhiswholepagewithspraypaintandfoundhisBenHarperstencilworkedbestwithredandsilver.coverWilliamYear8tookinspirationfromAndyWarholandMarilynMonroewithhistakeontheiconicactress.InsteadofmeticulouslyreplicatingandplacingthefamousheadonaconveyorbeltofsymmetryWilliamhaslayeredtherepeatedimageinaspontaneousunevenfashion.Theendresultisadelicateandbeautifulwork.EtchingsOntheotherendoftheartisticspectrumseniorstudentsinStudioArtArtandVisualCommunicationalsoembracedprintmakingwithintheirwork.Inparticulartheetchingprocesswasonethatdominatedthepiecesproduced.UsingtheetchingtoolsandsomeacetatesheetAnthonyYear12spentmanypainstakinghourscreatinghiswork.EntitledSaxophonethepieceisadetailedexplorationintoneandline.www.zartart.com.au4JaneFlemingStBernardsCollegeEssendonSecondaryArticlecont.ExplorationofPrintingcont.anthony ZartExtra_Term220075ProleArticleSometimesagreatideaflopsandsometimesanideaflies.TakingstudentsstaffandparentstotheNGVtoseeCharlesBlackmansAliceinWonderlandExhibitionwasanideathattookflightfromthebeginningandkeptgoingbringingthewholeschoolcommunityalongwithit.WereadLewisCarrollsAliceinWonderlandandweresearchedanddiscoveredCharlesBlackmanswork.Wefollowedthemediareportsinregardstotheexhibition.ThekidsstartedexperimentingwiththeirowninterpretationsofAliceinWonderlandusingdifferentdrawingmaterialsandwefeltwewerepreparedfortheexhibition.FormyschooltheAliceinWonderlandExhibitionwasaperfectintroductiontothegallery.ThestaffatNGVtookmystudentsonajourneythroughthepaintingsintothelifeofCharlesBlackmanLewisCarrollandthejourneyofartmaking.Everystudentwastransfixedbythepaintingsthediscussionandtheambienceofthebuilding.Havingvisitedtheexhibitiontheschoolwasridinghighonideas.ClassroomswereorganisingMadHatterTeaPartiestheseniorstudentsdiscoveredascriptforanAliceinWonderlandmusicalsotheyweresinginganddancingandtheartroomwasalivewithhighlymotivatedkidswantingtorespondtotheexhibitionthroughtheirownartmaking.AllstudentscreatedadrawingorpaintingdemonstratingtheirinterpretationsofAliceinWonderlandandwrotealettertoCharlesBlackman.ThelettersweresenttothegalleryandthenontoCharlesBlackman.Acopyofeachletterwascollectedasdocumentationofthestudentslearning.WhileworkingontheAliceinWonderlandideaIhadbeenthinkingabouthowwebuildrelationshipswithourparentsandschoolcommunity.Iwasthinkingthatlisteningtokidsreadeverymorningwasnoteveryparentscupoftea.Itcanbeboringintimidatingandnotveryinspirational.HowevercreatingwonderfulartisjoyfulandwhatifthekidsfoundthattheirmumswereawesomeatArt.AndsotheTheMumsMosaicProjectwaslaunched.IfoundFionaKennedyabeautifulartistwhoseworkisinspiredbyherreadingofAliceinWonderland.TheideabehindtheprojectwasthatFionawouldcreatethedrawingsforthreelargemurals.Thedrawingswouldthenbecolouredusingmosaicsandwewouldencouragemumstotakeownershipofthemural.TheMuralProjectwasanoutstandingsuccessforourschoolinmanyways.Theinvolvementfromthecommunitywasoverwhelming.Themumsleadingtheprojectencouragedthewholeschoolcommunitytoputtheirmarkonthemural.Mumsdadsgrandmasstaffandpaststudentsallstuckontilesandiftheycouldntdothattheywereforaginginopshopsfindingcolouredchinaplatesandtreasurestobebrokenupforourmural.Toaccommodatethosethatcouldntcomeduringschoolhourswehadnightswhereweruggedupfloodlittheareaplayedmusicdrankcoffeeandworkedtogetherstickingontiles.Thosenightsbroughtusagreatfeelingofcommunity.TosumupTheCharlesBlackmansAliceinWonderlandProject.provedtobeanexcellentlearningexperience.WhatisitthatwenowknowatTrafalgarPrimarySchoolWeknowaboutthemanCharlesBlackmanhisfamilyhislifeandhiswork.Weknowaboutformingrichrelationshipswiththepeopleinourstudentslivessothatwecanbetterunderstandthemandnurturethem.WeknowaboutAlice-averycuriousperson.AndweknowthatmanygreatideasStArtwithArt.TrafalgarPrimarySchoolThestepstoWonderland www.zartart.com.au6ArtMakingDrawingLevel11.StudentsselectpartotheAliceinWonderlandstorytoillustrate.2.TheydrawusingblacklinemarkeronA2Cartridge.3.Toaddcolouraskstudentstoselectonlytwocolouredeltpensandcolouronlyaewthingsthatareintheirdrawing.DrawingLevel21.StudentsselectpartotheAliceinWonderlandstorytoillustrate.2.UsingoilpastelstheycreatetheirdrawingsonA2whiteCartridge.3.PaintawashoFoodDyeoverthewholepicturetofllinallthewhitebits.DrawingandPaintingLevel3-41.StudentsselectpartotheAliceinWonderlandstorytoillustrate.2.ChallengestudentstohighlightAliceschangingsizeandhereyes.CharlesBlackmanswieBarbarawaspregnantandgoingblindduringthepaintingohisAliceinWonderlandseries..3.StudentsdrawwitheitherpencilsorfnelinepensonA2Cartridge.4.TheythenpaintwitheitherChromacrylpaintortheOcaldotemperapaintblocks.5.Whenthepaintisdrythestudentsuseblacklinemarkerstorecreatelines.CeramicsLevel4-TeapotTotems1.LookatthebookavailableatZart500Teapots.2.StudentsdrawdesignsoteapotsthatwouldbeoundontheMadHattersTeaPartytable.Cuttheirdrawingsoutandpinontopoeachothertocreateatotem.3.Buildtheormotheteapotusingeitherclayslabsorcoils.Noneedtomakeabaseoralid.4.Createahandleandaspoutandusejoiningtechniquestoaddthemtothepot.5.Decoratethepotbyaddingclaytakingitawayscratchingprintingorpaintingwithunderglazes.6.Firethepots.7.Glazeandrefre.8.ThefnishedteapotsarethreadedontoalongPVCpoleandplantedinthegarden.ExhibitDrawingsandpaintingsreturntotheclassroomstapledtogetherinabookormat.Studentswritealiteracyresponsetothestoryandpasteitontothework.CeramicteapotsarethreadedontoaPVCpoleandplantedinthegarden.TheteapottotemcouldalsobeeasilymadeintoawatereaturebypumpingwaterupthePVCpipe.LettersboundtogetherinbookormatandsenttoCharlesBlackman.QuestioningTechniquesLetterstoCharlesBlackmanincludedWhatthestudentsknowabouthisworkWhatquestionstheyhadorhimorwhatpuzzledthemabouthisartworkWhattheywouldliketoexploreatervisitinghisexhibitionDiscussionAterreadingshortversionsandpassagesoLewisCarrolsAliceinWonderlanddiscusswiththestudentsthecharactersplacesandevents.CollectdierentartistsinterpretationsoAliceinWonderlandandpresentthemtothestudents.Identiythematerialsandtechniquesused.DiscusswhataClassicstoryisandidentiyitsattributes.ResearchAskthestudentstoresearchtheeventsinCharlesBlackmanslieduringthepaintingohisAliceinWonderlandseries.Collectmediareleasesrelatedtotheexhibition.SearchtheschoollibraryandhomesorversionsoAliceinWonderland.ExperimentPractisedrawingandpaintingskillsandtechniques.ExperimentwithclayanditspropertiesDQuestioningTechniquesWhatlineswillyouusetohighlightAliceseyesWillyouusethickorthinlineshardorsotsingleorrepeatinglinesWhatcolourswillyouchoosetohighlightAliceseyesHowtallandhowwidewillyourteapotbeHowwillyouconstructyourpot-coilsorslabsWherewillyoujoinyourspoutandhandleQuestioningTechniquesRecordthemajoreventsinBlackmanslieduringthepaintingohisAliceinWonderlandusingastorybookgraphicorganiser.Illustratetheeventsinsequenceintheprovidedsquares.ProleArticlecontDiOlssonTrafalgarPrimarySchoolThestepstoWonderlandREAMERResponseStudentswritealettertoCharlesBlackman.Lettersusedasoneotheassessmenttools.QuestioningTechniquesSelectartworkandaskWhatdoyouseeWhatdoesitmakeyouthinkaboutWhatdoesitmakeyouwonderTheCharlesBlackmansAliceinWonderlandProject.provedtobeanexcellentlearningexperience LextonRoadMcKeanStLeachStMiddleboroughRoad441LextonRoadBoxHillNorthMelbourneVictoria3129Ph0398901867Fx0398986527WhatsOnBequicktosnapupabargainortwo-wellbeofferingarangeofproductsonspecialsomebelowcostsamplessecondsandsurprisesFreeWorkshopsProductDemosOurthemeforthedayistheDragonFly.WewillbeconstructingalargedragonytohanginthefoyerofthenewCustomerServiceCentre.WeareholdinganumberofdemonstrationsandworkshopsthatwilleitherhaveaDragonFlythemeoravarietyofmediatechniquesthatwillhelpcontributetothenishedDragonFly.Teaandcoffeewillbeavailablethroughouttheday.ZARTSANNUALOPENDAY13thJuly2007Time9.00am4.00pmSilkPaperHowtomakeprintembellish.FusibleWebbingHowtouseandcombinewithcollagefabricsandthreads.SoftCutPrintingBlocksprintingontoorganza.MagiclayTechniquestousecolouraddrelieftoforms.RinsawayHowtousewithstitcherycollagefabricsthreads.EmbossingFoilTechniquesonhowtousecolour.DiffusingPaperUsingmakinga2Dmodel.OrigamiUsingdifferentpaperstocreateamodel.TissueSculptureHowtomakeanarmaturepapermachewithtissue.JewelleryTechniquesonBeadingwirework.FabricsculptureUsingstiffeningmedium.DrawingandmultimediaTechniquestocreatea2DDragonFly.Alloftheabovedemonstrationsworkshopsarebeingheldbetween10.00am3.00pmasanongoingprogram.ComealongandbeapartofthiseducationalexcitingdayDemonstrationsminiworkshopsincludeZartExtra_Term220077 ThomastownSecondaryCollegePhotorealismdrawingsPenleighandEssendonGrammarSculptural3DCardKingswoodCollegeDesertJourneysChirnsideParkPrimarySchoolClownsStBernardsCollegeEssendonPrintsTrafalgarPrimarySchoolBowlsEastbournePrimarySchoolIndonesianMasksAshburtonPrimarySchoolTyvekPaintingsAspendaleGardensPrimarySchoolCollageCanvasElthamCollegeArtworksPenleighandEssendonGrammarSunSensitiveArtworkSomersPrimarySchoolCrazyCalicoBagsPendersGrovePrimarySchoolLeafLitterStPaulsAnglicanGrammarSchoolWarragulShoeCreaturesDoncasterGardensPrimarySchoolSilkScreenBeverleyHillsPrimarySchoolKenDoneClothesAtthetimeIstartedresearchinganArtfromScienceunitofworkonleaflitterthatincrediblypopulatedandbiologicallyactiveinterfacebetweenearthandatmosphereawonderfulAustralianbookcalledLeafLitterbyRachelTonkinwaspublished.Thisbookbecamethefocusformysessionsandwasreadseriallyaswedevelopedourillustrationsinthestyleofthoseinthetext.ThistopicalsoprovidedmewiththechancetousethosegreatleafskeletonsthatIhadboughtfromZartsometimebeforeinbothascientificandartisticmanner.Theunitreallyneededawholetermormoretodoitjusticeasthereissomuchartthatcouldhavebeendonealongthewaythanjusttheillustrationtakenfromthebook.Forexamplewebrieflystudiedmicro-organismswhatachancetodosomeabstractartfungigreattopicforcollageandwatercolourminibeastsscratchartcollagraphsprinting...younameittreelitterrubbingspleinairdrawingthecarboncyclemicro-environmentsdioramasundergroundlifefoodchainsandtheinterdependenceofspecies.AsRachelTonkinsartworkisscientificallywellinformeditwouldalsomakeaninterestingcomparisonwiththewaydifferentartiststhroughtimehavedepictedthenaturalenvironment.ArtFromaScienceViewpointnowsituatedatzartcustomerservicecentreistheZartGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels17.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailjanzartart.com.auNewGalleryWevemoved-nowintheZartCustomerServiceCentreTermTWO2007ZartGallerywww.zartart.com.auSueLesserPendersGrovePrimarySchoolViewourgalleryonthewebsitewww.zartart.com.au8pendersgroveprimaryschooleastbourneprimaryschoolpenleighessendongrammarstbernardscollegechirnsideparkprimaryschoolelthamcollege In2006theChirnsideParkPrimarySchoolsartprogrambecameenthusiasticallyimmersedinthethemeofReconciliation.TheschoolhadbeeninvitedtotakepartinaMessageStickprojectwherepoetrysongsstorytellingandartworkwassharedbetweenVictorianschoolsviaamodern-daycomputermemorystickthatwaspassedoninsideatraditionalIndigenousmessagestickcarvedbyShaneCharlesPathwaysCo-coordinatorofSwinburneTAFE.AspartoftheprogramAboriginalartistFionaTongsvisitedtheschool.FionapaintedtheimageofagoannaonalargerockthatwasplacedinanewIndigenousgardenoutsidetheartroom.Thechildrencalltherocktherememberingrockandtherestinggoannareflectsafeelingofpeaceinthegarden.Goannaclawmarksonnearbypostsleadtheinquisitivestudenttothegarden.TheschoolcommunityincludingstudentsparentsteachersandstaffenjoyedtheopportunityofeachpaintingapieceofalargemuralusingAboriginaldesigns.Whenthepiecesweremountedtogethertheyformedawonderfulthreemetrebytwometreplatypusthatnowadornsanoutsidewallwherethechildrencanviewtheirhandiworkeveryday.ThisexercisewasinspiredbyJeanetteJenningsfromCareyGrammarandhasgiventhestudentsasenseofunityandpride.TheinsideoftheschoolalsocametolifewithAboriginalfiguresinmotioncreatedbytheseniorclasses.TheselivelyfigureswereadornedwithtraditionalIndigenouspatternsthatthechildrenlearnedfromFionaduringhervisit.Thereconciliationexercisewasagreatsuccess.Itbroughtasenseofunityandpurposeandwasagreatsourceofinspirationinourartclasses.OurlocalmemberofparliamentwasdelightedtobeinvolvedandtoofficiallyunveilourReconciliationRockandPlatypus.ZartExtra_Term220079BookWeek2007PrimaryArticleMessageStickSonieAttwoodArtTeacherChirnsideParkPrimarySchoolartactivitiesonthemeshortlistedearlychildhoodpicturebooksliAvailableLateJuneREADiscoverBookWeek2007isbetweenthe18th-24thAugust.Theshortlistwillbeannouncedonthe17thofApril.OnceagainZartwillbecelebrating2007BookWeekthroughworkshopsseethePDinsertattachedandafullcolourpublicationREADiscover-theChildrensBookCouncilschoiceoftheme.ThisbookexploresthemanyinterpretationsofReadDiscoveraswellasartandclassroomactivitiesfortheshort-listedEarlyChildhoodandPictureStoryBooksof2007.ActivitiesaredesignedforindividualworksofartaswellascreatinggreatdisplaysfortheschooltocelebrateBookWeekduringAugust.Fullcolourpublication.AvailablefromlateJune2007Each................27.2730.00artliteratureblueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTpricesarevaliduntil29thJune2007photographerstevetannerleader 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18th24thAugustBookWeek18th26thAugustScienceWeek26thSeptember14thOctoberMelbourneFringeFestival24thAugust2ndSeptemberTheAgeMelbourneWritersFestivalMondayTuesdayWednesdayandFriday8.30am5.00pmThursday8.30am8.00pmSaturday8.30am2.00pmTheessenceofdrawingisthelineexploringspaceAndyGoldsworthy8thSeptemberInternationalLiteracyDay3rd9thSeptemberNationalLiteracyNumeracyDayPrimaryArticleToolangiChristmasHillsMagpiesoveraDamcoverpage3ProleTheBigDrawBecomeinvolvedintheworldsbiggestdrawingevent.page5page6SecondaryArticleCatholicLadiesCollegeIndigenousArtpage7CareersInArtLearnfromfourprofessionalswhohaveturnedartintoacareerinsertPDWorkshopInsertPrimaryandSecondaryworkshopspage11ZartStudentGalleryComeandvisitusinourNEWgalleryandseeourterm3exhibition.page12ActivityDragoniesExplorea3Dthemefromlowertoupperlevels.page16NewProductsBonescorersbeadstonewfabricstheresplentyhereforbothprimarysecondarylevelsEditorJanRokerDaniChakArtDirectionProductionBrittaPoljansekPhotographyMariannaZierschContributorsMelindaWillsRobynHenchelandMargotSheean.ZartExtraISSN14488450ZartExtraispublishedquarterlybyZartEducationadivisionofZartArtPtyLtd.Thispublicationismailedpriortothefirstweekofthetermissuedate.Thisnewsletterallowsartteachersco-ordinatorstolearnaboutwhatishappeninginarteducationandwhatotherartteachersaredoing.Youwillfindinformationonnewarttechniquesandprocessesthelatestmaterialsandresourcesonthemarket.Duetovariouscircumstancessomeinformationmaybesubjecttochange.ZartArtZartExtralogoandmastheadareregisteredtrademarksofZartArtPtyLtd.DREAMERstepsisatrademarkofZartArtPtyLtd.AllcontentissubjecttocopyrightandmaynotberepublishedwithoutpriorconsentfromZartArt.AllsubmissionsbecomepropertyofZartArt.SubmissionsmaybepublishedintheZartExtraorpostedonwww.zartart.com.autheofficialarteducationresource.ZartArtreservestherighttoeditsubmittedarticlesactivitiesforcontentlengthandclarity.Pleasenoteallpricesquotedarevalidforthedurationofthecurrenttermonlyandaresubjecttochangewithoutnotice.Theinsertofthenewsletterprovidesdetailsofourtermsworkshopssoteacherscanthencontactusandbookintotheworkshop.ZartArtZartoffersanextensiverangeofartmaterialsresourcescraftandtechnologysupplies.Youwillfindcompetitivepricesandefficientandquickservice.441LextonRoadBoxHillNorthMelbourneVictoria3129Ph0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auEzartartzartart.com.auAdministrationHoursMondayFriday8.30am5.00pmCustomerServiceCentreMondayWednesdayFriday8.30am5.00pmThursday8.30am8.00pmSaturday8.30am2.00pmJuly13thwastheannualZartopendaywhichbroughtmanyteacherstoournewCustomerServiceCentre.HandsondemonstrationsonavarietyofmixedmediahelpedcontributetotheextraordinaryDragonflyInstallationinthefoyerofthecentre.TheinstallationismadeupofonelargedragonflymadewithSilkPaperandAcetateWings.Teacherswereabletomakesomesilkpaperonthedaytoaddtothebodyofthislargeconstruction.Thebodymeasuresapproximately1metrelongwiththewingspanof1.5m.ThedragonflyhangsinthefoyeroftheCustomerServiceCentresurroundedbybabydragonfliesmadewithanumberofdifferentmaterials.AllworkshopsarenowconductedupstairsinthenewworkshoproomdirectlyofffromthestudentgalleryinFactory4theCustomerServiceCentre.Teaandcoffeearenowavailableforallvisitorstothegalleryandworkshopsinourselfservicekitchen.NewResourcesNewbooksfeaturingourlatestBookWeekBookX-rayKit-HumanBodypage15www.zartart.com.au22contentsartseducationeventseventsdiaryVICNewextendedhoursDragonyinstallationWorkshopshavemovedtoanewpremises ZartExtra_Term320073ThisartworkwasinspiredbyRickAmorspaintingMagpiesOverADam.MagpiesandmuddydamsarefamiliarimagesforthestudentslivinginChristmasHillsandToolangiintheYarraValleyVictoria.Intherstlesson1.5hourswediscusseddams-whatcolourtheywerehowmuchwatertheyhadinthemandhowthewaterchangescolourdependingonwhetheritissunnyorovercast.Thestudentshadtodecideontheviewpointtheywoulduseandwediscussedwhatanaerialviewwouldlooklikeasideviewetc.WhatcolourwouldtheirdambeWhatwouldtheedgeslooklikeWouldtherebereedsgrassesortreesaroundthedamThestudentsmadequicksketchestodecidewhatviewtheywoulduse.Iexplainedthatthedamwouldbepaintedonthincardboardbutnobrusheswereallowed.Someofthetoolsusedtoapplypaintwererollersspongesragssticksandleaves.TomixbrownIusedarecipethatrequiredthestudentstousea50centsizeddropofyellowa10centsizeddropofredandadotlessthan5centsworthofblackorblue.Piecesofbamboosticksandtheedgesofrmcardboardwereallusedtoprintgrassesandtreesaroundoroverthedam.Mostofthesewereprintedusingablackordarkcolouredpaint.Idistributedphotocopiedmagpiepicturesfromabirdbookandwediscussedtheshapesandblackandwhitedesignofthemagpies.Thestudentsthenmadecharcoalsketchesofmagpiesontonewsprint.InthenextlessonIintroducedRickAmorspaintingMagpiesOverADam.Welookedattheimagesinthepaintingandtalkedaboutandcomparedthecoloursandshapeswiththestudentspaintings.WebrieydiscussedwhatthegurewasdoinginAmorspicturebutdidnotdwellonthisaspectofthework.ThestudentsthendrewtwoorthreelargebirdsonCartridgePaper.Thestudentschosewhatmediatheywouldusetoachieveaatsharpcontrast.Mostusedoilpastelsusewhitersttoavoidblacksmudgesmarkersorpaint.Whennishedthebirdswerecarefullycutoutandarrangedoverthedamandnallygluedintoplace.ThenishedpictureswerediscussedbythestudentsandcomparedtoRickAmorswork.PrimaryArticleMagpiesOverADamSourceofRickAmorspaintingCivilizedMagicbyRonaldMillarRobynHenchelVisualArtsTeacherChristmasHillsandToolangiPrimarySchools Activities6X-RaysSevenx-raysofthehumanbodyArtmakingactivitiestocomplementx-raysScientificinformationrelatingtoeachx-rayActivities6X-RaysActivities7X-RaysTeacherNotesX-RAYKITHumanBodyartscienceThiskithasbeencreatedbyCreativeSchoolSupplyCompanyincollaborationwithMonashUniversityScienceCentreVictoria.IncludesworkbyNickVeasey.TheHumanBodyX-RayKithasbeendesignedforteachersofprimaryandlowersecondarylevelswhomayormaynothaveascienceandorvisualartbackground.Therearesuggestedactivitiestoengagestudentsintheirlearningandtheycanbeusedassteppingstonesforfurtherresearchandartisticexploration.Youalsomaywishtocreateyouownactivitiesorasagoodteachingpracticeletthestudentsleadthedirectionofthelearning.PlusScienceexperimentsthatrequirebasicmaterialsX-RayKitHumanBodyTakeAnInsideLookintoCreativeEducationartscienceTCSSC2007ISBN978-1-876243-76-0PR050-HUAvailablelateJuly2007ForaPDWorkshoponthiskitseeourWorkshopinsertfordetailsKitincludesbooklet7x-raysKIT.........49.9554.95www.zartart.com.au4PrimaryArticlecont.ARecyclingHintfortheClassroomWeuseleftoverpainttomakelargegroupcolourboardsonsheetsofcardboard.Whenpaintingifanystudentmixesanewcolourorhastoomuchpaintleftoverthatcantbeusedupitgoesontothecolourboard.Oncethecardboardiscompletelycoveredthestudentsworkoverthetopwithothercolourslinepatternsandshapesoftheirchoice.Althoughonlyseveralstudentscanpaintatanyonetimeeveryonecontributestotheworkatsomestageandfinishedboardslookamazing.RobynHenchelVisualArtsTeacherChristmasHillsandToolangiPrimarySchools 1stSeptember15thOctober2007RegisteryourdrawingeventonlinebygoingtotheDrawingAustraliawebpagewww.aces.mq.edu.audrawingaustraliaZartExtra_Term320075JoininthefuncelebrationsExplorewaysinwhichpeopleofallagesculturesandabilitiesusedrawingNeedhelpZartArtarerunningworkshopsthatwillassistyouindevelopingthepossibilitiesofdrawinginyourschoolsandcommunitiesthatwillengageeveryoneintheactofdrawingSeepage2ofourWorkshopInsertfordetails.TheBigDraw TheYear8artstudentsofCatholicLadiesCollegehavebeenbusylookingatavarietyofAboriginalartistsbothpastandpresent.StudentsstudiedthesymbolisminterpretationsandmeaningsinartistMichaelNelsonJagamarasworksofdreamingsitesoftheWesternDesert.TheWurrundjeripeoplearethetraditionalcustodiansoftheCatholicLadiesCollegesiteandwiththisknowledgestudentsresearchedmanyaspectsofIndigenouscultureincludingbeliefsceremoniesandtheimportanceofartineverydaylife.WalkingaroundtheCollegegroundsstudentslookedatthelayoutandhowitcouldbedrawnoutasamap.Theyimaginedwhatitwouldlooklikeasanaerialphotographthendesignedindividualmapsbasedonthelayoutandwhatwasimportanttothem.Thesemapswerethendrawnfreehandandthebestdesignswerechosentoputoncanvas.ThecanvaseswerestretchedandprimedandthedesignsdrawnonwithaHBpencil.AcrylicChromacrylPaintwasappliedtothebackgroundandcolourswatchesweremadefromtheCollegecoloursandthesurroundingvegetation.Thestudentspractisedtheirtechniquewithavarietyofbrushesandcottonbudstomakedifferentsizeddots.Theythenworkedingroupscreatingvegetationandwalkingtracks.Thepaintingwassprayedwithaclearvarnishandbeadswereaddedtoemphasisesomeareasthestudentsalsowantedtoaddsomethingprettytorepresentthemselvesinamongstthevegetation.ThereisastronginterestinIndigenouscultureandissuesatCatholicLadiesCollegewhichisencouragedthroughavarietyofinitiatives.WecelebrateandstriveforreconciliationthoughtheSocialJusticeGroupandYear9and10studentsareinvitedtojourneytoCentralAustraliaforanIndigenousImmersionExperience.WearewelcomedontothePitjanjatjaralandsnearUlurubythetraditionalcustodiansofthoselandstheAnangupeopleandweshareintheirancientandsacredstory.ToexploreIndigenousartisyetanotherinitiativetoabetterunderstandingandcelebrationofAboriginalculture.www.zartart.com.au6SecondaryArticleIndigenousArtMelindaWillsArtsKLATeamLeaderCatholicLadiesCollegeEltham Howdidthesecreativesturntheirartpassionintoacareer...PETERSCHIPPERHEYNSculptorcareersinartFormanystudentstheprospectofacareerinartanddesigncomeswithuncertainty...wherecanarttakemeWeveinterviewedfourcreativeprofessionalsfromdifferentbackgroundswithvaryingexperiencestoexploretherealitiesoftheissue-HowdoIturnmycreativepassionintoacareerYourstudentsmayenjoyreadingtheseinterviewstoshedsomelightontheirowncareerpaths.SculptorFurnituredesignerPainterInteriordesignerZartSecondarySupplementAtwhatagedidyoudecidetomakeacareerfromvisualartsRightfromaveryearlyage4yearsoldaskmyparentsIhavealwaysdrawnpaintedandmadethings.Formeschoolingwasanincursionintowhatwasformemynaturallyexpressedinnerworld.ButtoanswerthequestionIbecameawareinmyteenyearsthattherewerepeoplecalledartistsanditdawnedonmeonedaythatIwasoneofthemAndafterbeingadvisedbyallandsundrythatartshouldbeyourhobbyIwenttoArtSchoolhereinMelbourne.Thisformewasafrustratinganddepressingexperience.ThelevelofteachingwasverymediocreanditwasonlywhenIwenttoItalyonanItalianGovernmentScholarshipthatIbecameawareofhowgrandtheArtsareDoyoucomefromacreativefamilyNotparticularlyWhatisadayinthelifeofPeterSchipperheynlikeIgetupcontemplatewhatIwilldoandrejoiceinbeingaliveevenwhenIamintheShitsWhatisyourfavouritemediumtoworkwithSculptureinmarbleandbronzeanddrawingonpaperWhateffecthasthecomputeragehadonyourworkProfoundImademyrstsculpturethisyearentirelydigitally3Dprogramandrapidprototypingmachineandcanseegreatpossibilitywiththistechnology.Ihavealwaysbelievedthatyougrabandusewhatevertoolyoucanlayyourhandsonifithelpsyouexpressyourideasandambitions.WhataresomeofthenegativeaspectsofyourjobNonethisjobismyowninventionifattimesthisactivityisnotalwaysexperiencedasbeingwonderfulitisentirelyamatterformyownperceptionandnothingtodowiththeshearfantasticnessofbeinganArtistofbeingalive.WhatissomethingyouwouldlovetodothatyouhaventalreadydoneLearnhowtoTangoHowwouldyoudescribeyourrstsoloexhibitionVerySuccessfulWheredoyougetmostofyourinspirationLifeisaprofoundmysteryatonemomentfullofbeautyandfecundityatthenextbrutalandterrifying.InspirationcomestothosewhoarepreparedtogolookforitWhatfellowartisthasmostinuencedyouTheFrenchsculptorJeanRobertIpousteguyrecentlydeceasedafterseeinghissculptureattheNationalGalleryofVictoriaIdecidedtogotoCarraraandcarvemyself.LatteronatriptoParisIsawhiminhisstudioandspentanexhilaratingafternoonwithhim.WhatsyourfavouritepieceofworktodatePauradelIntimitasculptureinmarbleWhatisyourfavouritepieceofclothinginyourwardrobeAsilkVersacevest.WhowouldyoumostliketositnexttoonaighttoEuropeMywifeCinzia.IfyouwerespeakingtoasecondaryschoolstudentwhowasshowinginterestinfollowinginyourfootstepswhatadvicewouldyougivethemAssistmewithmyworkIwouldexpectyoutoworkharddonotthinktomakeanyprotexcepttolearnandthenIwouldtakethepersontoItalyandshowthemtheextraordinaryArtGalleryoftheWorldthatItalyisandthatIhaveexperienced.IwouldsetthemupforaperiodoftimeinastudiothatIknowandhaveworkedinandenablethepersontocarvestone.ZartExtra_Term320077 AtwhatagedidyoudecidetomakeacareerfrominteriordesignInyear12IwenttoanopendayatRMITTafeHolmesglenTafeforInteriordecorationdesign.IwassoimpressedwithwhatIsawthatIdecidedthatwasthecareerforme.MypreferencewasfortheTafecourseratherthantheDegreecourseasitisalotmorehandson.HowlonghaveyoubeenintheindustryandhowdidyougetthereIhavebeenintheindustryfor11yearsaftercompletingthecourseatHolmesglenTafe.Startedoutinafurnishingfabricshowroomfor14monthswhichgavemesomegoodgeneralofceexperienceaswellasbecomingfamiliarwiththetextileindustry.IthenmovedintoasmallinteriordesignrmwhereIstillworknow.AretherepeersinyourindustrythatsetthebenchmarkIguesstherearebutweallhavedifferentstylesclientele.DoyoucomefromacreativefamilyMymumisfairlycreative.Sheteacheshomeeconomicstextiles.WhatisadayinthelifeofMichelleAppletonlikeMydayscanvaryquitealotdependingonthetypeofprojectIamworkingon.Icanbeworkingonseveralprojectsatanygiventime.Ourcompanydesignshousesfromthegroundup.Mybossdesignsinsketchformwhatthehousewilllooklikethegeneraloorplan.ThesesketchesarethensenttoanarchitecturaldraftspersontodrawuponAutocad.IamthengiventhesedrawingssoIcandesigntheinteriorspaces.AllmydrawingsaredoneonMacusingaprogramcalledVectorworks.Iamresponsibleforselectingallnishesttingsforthehouse.Wehaveregularmeetingswithourclients.Onceallthedocumentationisnisheditisusuallysentouttoseveralbuildersforpricing.Onceabuilderhasbeenappointedwealsosupervisetheprojectuntilcompletion.Atthisstagethereareregularfortnightlysitemeetingstomakesureallworkisgoingtoplan.MostclientsalsowantourassistancewithfurnishingswhichIorganise.Thissometimesinvolvesshoppingwiththeclient-takingthemtofurniturefabricshowrooms.OrIselectitemsfromcatalogues.Somyworkisquitevaried.Igenerallyworkonprojectsforacoupleofyearsfromtheinitialdesignconcepttocompletion.WhateffecthasthecomputeragehadonyourworkComputershavemadeahugedifferencetothewayIwork.Foryearsallmydraftingwasdonebyhand.Wethendecidedtoupdatetocomputerdraftingabout5yearsagowhichwasquitefrustratingtolearnatrstbutonceIgraspeditIhaveneverlookedbackWhataresomeofthenegativeaspectsofyourjobSometimestheclientsarenoteasytodealwithwhichmakestheprojectverylongunenjoyable.Itendtogetboredquicklyandliketomovefromoneprojecttothenext.WhatissomethingyouwouldlovetodothatyouhaventalreadydoneIwouldlovetodomoretravellingtoEuropeAmericatheUKtostudythehousesinternallywhichourstyleisinuencedby.MuchmoreexcitingthanlearningfrombooksWhatisitlikeworkinginateamenvironmentandisitimportantKnowinghowtoworkwellasateamiscrucial.Itsagreatwaytopullallareasofexpertisetogethertomaketheprojectrunhopefullysmoothly.Youalsolearnalotfromoneanother.Concepttocompletion.Explainhowyourteamclientmaychangethoseinitialideas.HowdoyoudealwiththecompromiseIntheinteriordesignindustrytherecanbealotofcompromisedependingonbudgetconstraints.Someclientsareveryeasygoinghappytotakeouradvicewhichresultsintheendproductbeingveryclosetoourinitialconcept.Othershaveverystrongideasnotalwaysinsymmetrywithourssowemayendupdesigningspaceswedontnecessarilyagreewith.Attheendofthedayaslongastheclientishappythatsreallyallthatmatters.BesidesdesignabilitywhatskillsareessentialforyourroleBeingorganisedisprobablythemostimportantskill.Computerskillsarealsoessentialparticularlyfordrafting.WheredoyougetmostofyourinspirationDesignbooksmagazines.WhatfellowdesignershavebeenmostinuentialtoyouMyboss.Whenyouworkwithsomeonesocloselyforsomanyyearsitshardnottobeinuencedbyhim.WhatsyourfavouritedesignjobtodateAprivateresidenceinPortseawhichoverlooksthepier.Iwasinvolvedfromtheinitialdesignconceptofthehouserightthroughtofurnishingthenishedproduct.Itwasagreatexperiencetheclientswerefantastictodealwith.WhatisyourfavouritepieceofclothinginyourwardrobeMyrunnersIlovewalkingWhowouldyoumostliketositnexttoonaighttoEuropeMyhusbandpreferablyatthefrontendoftheplaneIfyouwerespeakingtoasecondaryschoolstudentwhowasshowinginterestinfollowinginyourfootstepswhatadvicewouldyougivethemBuildupyourfoliosoyouhaveplentyofworktoshowforinterviews.GraphicsArtarebothveryusefulsubjectsalthoughtherearenowprobablyotherdesigntypesubjectsofferedatschoolswhichIdontevenknowabout.MOREIfyouarelookingformorecareersinartinterviews-visitourwebsitePamelaIrvingceramicistartistRuthLovellgallerycuratorMontyColesPhotographerCameronBrodieIndustrialdesignerSallyDarlisonTextileartistwww.zartart.com.auwww.zartart.com.au8careersinartMICHELLEAPPLETONInteriordesignerdecorator AtwhatagedidyoudecidetomakeacareerfromvisualartsAtage6IknewIwasanartistandIdecidedthatitcouldbeacareerinmylateteens.DoyoucomefromacreativefamilyYesIdo.Mymotherisanartistalso.WhatisadayinthelifeofVirginiaCuppaidgelikeAswellasmypaintingcareerIteachdrawingandpaintingparttime.Iworkbestatnight.Morningsarespentdongartbusiness.Thatisthehardbutnecessarypart.Iaminthezonewhenmakingpaintingsanddontwanttocomeoutofthatplace.TeachingisdemandingbutitkeepsmecurrentandIhavelearnedalotaboutmyselfworkingwithstudents.IgotoartmuseumsandartgallerieseverychanceIgetandlistentomusicwhileIwork.WhatisyourfavouritemediumtoworkwithOilpaintoncanvasandgouacheonpaper.OilslowsmedownwhichIneedasIamimpatienttogetthepaintingdoneandithasawonderfulfeeltoit.Ilovethesmellofoilpaint.Gouacheisawonderfulmediumforpaper.Gouachemakesmeusesmallermoreowingshapes.WhateffecthasthecomputeragehadonyourworkCAROLYNDUNNELLFurnituredesignermakerVIRGINIACUPPAIDGEPainterAtwhatagedidyoudecidetomakeacareerfromfurnituredesignFromtheageof18IworkedasaperformerthenwhenIturned27IdecidedIwantedtodosomethingpracticalandtoexpressmycreativityinobjects.HowlonghaveyoubeenintheindustryandhowdidyougetthereFourandhalfyears-studiedatRMIT-FurnitureDesignDiplomaandFurnitureTechnology.AretherepeersinyourindustrythatsetthebenchmarkYes-MarcNewsonindustrialdesignerAustralianFrankGehryArchitect-USCharlesandRayEames-Furnituredesigners-USDoyoucomefromacreativefamilyNoWhatisadayinthelifeofCarolynlikeCurrentlyIamworkingforafurnituremanufacturerinEpping.Iamworkingtherefrom7amto3.30pminproduction.InmysparetimeImstartingupmyownsmallfurnituredesignbusiness.ForthelastthreeyearsIhavedesignedandproducedprototypeswithmybusinesspartner.Weexhibittheseintradeshowstogainexposureandtogetfeedbackonourdesignsandpotentiallyndamanufacturer.WhateffecthasthecomputeragehadonyourworkTherearequitealotofcomponentsfurniturepiecesthatarenowmadeoncomputeroperatedmachineryandalldesignworkisdoneonthecomputer.AlsotheresmorepressingbuttonsthanusingtoolsWhataresomeofthenegativeaspectsofyourjobIntermsofdesign-itsveryhardtobreakintotheindustryandmakeanameforyourself.ThatswhyIchosetoworkfulltime-topaythebillsandtonancethebuildingofmybusinessandbrand.WhatissomethingyouwouldlovetodothatyouhaventalreadydoneDesignandbuildahouse.WhatisitlikeworkinginateamenvironmentandisitimportantYesitisimportant.PersonallyIneedtheinteractionIliketobounceideasoffotherpeopleandlearnfromtheirexperience.Concepttocompletion.WithanygivenprojecthowmuchoftheendresultisyourinitialconceptExplainhowyourteamclientmaychangethoseinitialideas.HowdoyoudealwiththecompromiseWecompromiseonthematerialsusedtomakeourprototypes-duetolimitedfunds.Youhaveanideathatyouwanttouseacertainmaterialforbutaftermakingtheprototypewediscoveritsnotappropriate.Thisisduetomyinexperiencebutitaddstothelearningprocess.BesidesdesignabilitywhatskillsareessentialtoyourroleBecauseImstartingmyownbusinessIneedtopubliciseandpromotethebrand.Projectmanagementandconstructiontechniquestradeskillsarealsoneeded.WheredoyougetmostofyourinspirationFromwitnessingtherealworldandtalkingtootherpeople.WhatsyourfavouritedesignjobtodateAnupholsteredchaiselongethatImadeinsecondyearfurnituredesign.Theprocesswasexhaustingbutexhilarating.Andthenalproductmademeveryproud.WhatisyourfavouritepieceofclothinginyourwardrobeSteelcapboots.WhowouldyoumostliketositnexttoonaighttoEuropeThepilot.IfyouwerespeakingtoasecondaryschoolstudentwhowasshowinginterestinfollowinginyourfootstepswhatadvicewouldyougivethemTakethemedicationearly.Followyourheart.ZartExtra_Term320079careersinart FolioBuildingIthashadagreatandverypositiveeffecttobeconnectedtotheWorldfromwhereIliveandworkIusecomputergraphicstodoprintsanddesigncardsbutmypaintingsstillcomefromtheinnercreativepartofme.WhataresomeofthenegativeaspectsofyourjobKeepingontopofthebusinessside.Beingmyownworstsecretary.WhatissomethingyouwouldlovetodothatyouhaventalreadydoneStagesetforcontemporaryopera.HowwouldyoudescribeyourrstsoloexhibitionApositivesurpriseAtAMSachsGallery57thstreetinNewYorkCityin1973.TheartdealersaidYouwontsellanyworkbecausenooneknowsyourname.MyrstsaleinNewYorkCity.Amanwalkedinoffthestreetandboughtonejustbecausehelikedit.ClementGreenbergsawtheshowandtoldthedealerThisworkisverymatureforayoungartist.WheredoyougetmostofyourinspirationLookingatandexperiencingnature.IneverwanttoimitateitbutthecolourandthelighthavealastingeffectonmymindanditpermeateseverybrushstrokeImakeonthecanvas.WhatfellowartisthasmostinuencedyouInthepastfewyears.RobertIrwinforhisabsolutesimplicityanditseffectsoflightandcolourinhiswork.LeeKrasnerforherdensityofformsandherwildpaintapplication.Alsoforknowingbeforeanyoneelsethatherhusbandwasabrilliantartist.BriceMardenforbeingopentoexperimentationinthewayheworks.Itcreatesfreedominhispaintings.InthepastElGrecoforthemostbeautifulcolourthatdenesallhisformsandcreatesveryemotionalimages.EverytimeIlookathispaintingsIseesomethingnewthathehasachieved.GiottoforbeingsocontemporaryforhistimeandhisexquisitesenseofcolourWhatsyourfavouritepieceofworktodateIfavourthemallfordifferentreasonsbutthereisoneApaintingcalledCloudsinTheMountaininthecollectionoftheEmbassyofAustraliainWashingtonDC.Itisoneofmymostoriginalworks.WhatisyourfavouritepieceofclothinginyourwardrobeApaisleyprintpinkandgoldsilkskirtpurchasedfromBananaRepublic.IhavebeenwearingblacksinceIwasateenagerandlatelyIhavetohavecolourinmywardrobe.WhowouldyoumostliketositnexttoonaighttoEuropeNotsurewhobutacreativepersonwhowasusingthattimetomakemusicorartandIcouldtalktothemaboutthat.IammostrelaxedaroundcreativepeopleandiftheydidntwanttotalkatallthatsOKtoo.IfyouwerespeakingtoasecondaryschoolstudentwhowasshowinginterestinfollowinginyourfootstepswhatadvicewouldyougivethemOnlybecomeanartistifyouhaveatruecallingforit.Itisareallyexcitingandinterestinglifebutnotaneasyone.Makingartisveryempoweringandithasalastingeffectonpeople.Itistheonlytrulypeacefulstatementtomake.Otherartistswillbeyourhelpthroughoutlifebecausetheyunderstandthelifeyouhavechosen.Aspartoftheentrancerequirementsforartanddesigncoursesstudentsmustpresentafolioofwork.FinaltipfromtheexpertsMeetandgreetprofessionalsbecomeinvolvedinworkexperienceprogramsmakeanappointmenttovisitadesignfirmagencyorlocalartist.AttendopendaysgraduateexhibitionsandattendAGIdeasorFuturesconferenceterm1holidaystolearnasmuchasyoucanaboutthefieldyouwanttoenter.WhenputtingtogetheryourfolioyoushouldconsiderthefollowingPurposePiecesandPreparationPresentation1.PurposeAfolioisusedtoshowideasconceptdevelopmentdemonstrateskillandprovideevidenceofartisticability.Itisalsousedtoshowyourcurrentandpotentialgrowthinachosenfield.Rememberitsnotallaboutthefinalpieceprogressionandthedevelopmentalprocessesarejustasimportant.2.PiecesYouneedtoincludeyourstrongestpiecesofworkthoughaminimumof10piecescomprisingofthefinalpieceplusdevelopmentalworksketchesstudies.Makesureyouincludearangeofapproachesmediumsandmediathoughthisagaindependsonthefieldyouwanttoenter.Youmayneedtoadjusttheyourfolioifyouareapplyingtodifferentcourses.3.PreparationLayworkoutinsomesortofcohesiveorder.Thisisuptoyouasartworkchosenmaydeterminetheflowofthefoliothoughasaguideyoumayshowthefinalpiecefollowedbythedevelopmentalwork.Youmaychoosetogroupbythemestilllifephotographytechnicaldrawingetc.Photographpieceswhicharetoolargeorawkwardtocarrythatincludeslargepaintingsor3dforms.Whenphotographingartworkshowitfromallanglesandnotethedimensions.Fixcharcoalorpastelartworkandputasheetofnewsprintbetweeneachworktostopotherworkfrombeingdamaged.4.PresentationFlatfolioYouneedtolayyourworkoutinaflatfolio-neverrollupartwork.Chooseafoliothatiscomfortabletocarryandsuitstheoverallsizeofyourartwork.Takecarewhenmountingyourwork.Windowmountsareunnecessaryforallpieces-justtrimawayedgesandusesprayadhesivetostickworktothemountboard.Inthecorneroftheartworklabelwithtitledescriptionclientetc.Keepthelookofthefoliouniversalthroughout-perhapswithacolouredmountyournameandlogointhecorner.DigitalIfyouhavedigitalwork-thatincludesanimationwebinterfaceor3ddesignpresentyourworkonalaptop.Dontexpectyourinterviewertohaveacomputerreadyforyoutouse.Reducefilesizeswherepossiblesothattimeisnotwastedtryingtoopenafile.www.zartart.com.au10careersinart vermontsecondarycollegeTeapotscupsandflowersareflyingaroundThomastownWestPrimarysincethestudentshavecompletedastudyofCharlesBlackmansfabulousseriesofartworksbasedonAliceInWonderland.EveryonewascaptivatedandintriguedtodiscoverthehistorybehindLewisCarrollsfamouschildrenstaleaswellasBlackmansfascinatinglifestory.Theywereenchantedbytheimageryinhispaintingsandhowtheyrelatedtohispersonalsituation.ThestudentsreallyempathisedwithBarbaraBlackmansdisabilitywhenevertheylookedatAliceslargepenetratingeyes.WhilethefocusextendedacrosstheschooltheGrade3-4studentsworkedonlargeA1paintingsrelatingtothemadteaparty.DiscussionrevolvedaroundSurrealismtheuseoficonicimageryandthesheerwonderofanythingbeingpossible.Theyexploreddifferentpaintmediumstoolsandtechniquessuchasexperimentingwithtintsandoverlayingcolours.WhileChromatempwasusedtocreateabackgroundthesubjectmatterwaspaintedseparatelyusingOcaldoBlocks.Thesepieceswerethencollagedontothebackgroundafterdiscussingbalanceandcomposition.Variousaspectswerethenhighlightedwithpastel.Thestudentswereabsolutelythrilledwiththeirmountedwork.ItisarealdelighttoentertheschoolandbeconfrontedbysuchariotofcolourandteapartymadnessZartsStudentGalleryvermontsecondarycollegeZartExtra_Term3200711ExhibitionListingTerm32007BallaratGrammarRubbingsChristmasHillsToolangiPrimarySchoolMagpiesoveraDamGreatRyriePrimarySchoolClayCreaturesotheDeepCroydonHillsPrimarySchoolDryPastelDrawingsMullumPrimarySchoolPortraitsPuckapunyalPrimarySchoolBathingBoxesAltonaPrimarySchoolMaskMakingCamberwellGrammarGirafesScotchCollegePicassoEyesGreenhillsPrimarySchoolToasCatholicLadiesCollegeElthamIndigenousArtStLeonardsCollegeBrightonArtworksSpringvaleHeightsPrimarySchoolCollageOrmondPrimarySchoolPaperandInkThomastownWestPrimarySchoolAliceinWonderlandLowtherHallGoldRushAshwoodSchoolIndigenousArtTeaPartyMadnessnowsituatedatzartcustomerservicecentreistheZartGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels17.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailjanzartart.com.auNewGalleryWevemoved-nowintheZartCustomerServiceCentreTermTHREE2007Viewourgalleryonthewebsitewww.zartart.com.auMargotSheeanTeacherThomastownWestPrimary MaterialsStockingPiecesPaperMagiclaySoftCutSakuraSmallUlinotoolCraftAluminiumWireSequinsinaJarStarsLiquidGlitterShimmerPaintArbeeCraftGluePongeeSilkPolyesterFillingMetallicYarnHotMeltGlueGun1.KnotoneendofaStockingPieceandllthelengthwithPolyesterFilling.Shapethepiecetocreateanarrowend.Knottheendtosecurethellingandusethisendknotasthefeelersofthedragony.2.WindMetallicYarnaroundthelledstockingtocreatetheheadbodyandtailsegments.3.Paintlinesofcolouraroundthestockingbodyandsetasidetodry.4.DrawthelinesofadragonyswingsonablockofSoftCut.CarvethelineswithalinotoolandinkuptheblockwithShimmerPaint.5.PrintthedesignrepeatedlytocompletelycoverapieceofPongeeSilkapproximatelyA4size.Setasidetodry.6.ModeltwobulbouseyesusingPaperMagiclayandwhendrypaintwithShimmerPaint.7.BendtwolengthsofCraftAluminiumWiretoformtwopairsofwingsandgluetheseontotwopiecesofprintedfabric.Trimofftheexcessfabricaroundthewire.8.CutlengthsofCraftAluminiumWireandbindwithwiretocreatesixlegs.Gluethesetotheinsectbody.9.Gluethewingsontothetopoftheinsectbodyandgluetheeyesontothehead.10.GlueSequinStarsontotheeyesandtopofthewings.11.ApplylinesofLiquidGlittertothetopofthebodyandtail.DiscussionAskthestudentstotellyoualltheyknowaboutDragonies.Haveimagesofdifferentdragoniesanddiscusstheelementsofartsuchaslineshapecolourandtexturethattheycanndonadragony.StockingDragonyMaterialsPaperMagiclayDiffusingPaperFoodDyeCreativeBeadBoxDressmakersPinsShimmerPaintLiquidGlitterMetallicWireCord1.CoverasheetofDiffusingPaperwithpatternsofwashablemarkersanddifferentcoloursofFoodDyeandsetasidetodry.2.ModelabodyofadragonyusingPaperMagiclayaheadthoraxandtail.3.PaintthebodywithShimmerPaintandsetasidetodry.4.ConcertinafoldtheDiffusingPaperandwhilststillfoldedcuttheouteredgestoshapethewings.5.Pinthesewingsontothebodywithpinsthreadedwithbeads.6.Threadbeadsontotwopinsandstickthemintotheheadforeyes.Repeatthiswithotherbeadsforthefeelers.7.UseMetallicWireCordforthelegsandpinthesetotheundercarriageoftheinsect.ExperimentTrydifferentinkswatercoloursandmarkerstocreateavarietyofeffectsontheDiffusingPaperbeforefoldingthedriedpaperforthewings.DDREAMERstepsA3Dexplorationofathemeusingavarietyofmediasuitableforlowerandupperlevels.DiffusingPaperDragonyEDREAMERstepswww.zartart.com.au12ActivityDragonflies MaterialsPolyBodyPaperMagiclayShimmerPaintMetallicJerseyRainbowGlitterCellophaneArmatureWire1.6mmArbeeCraftGlueNewspaperMaskingTape1.ManipulatepiecesofPaperMagiclaytocompletelycoveraPolyBodytoformthedragony.ExtendthetailoutfromthePolyBody.Addtwoeyesandsixlegstothecreature.2.StretchandsqueezesmallpiecesofPaperMagiclayandpushtheseontothebodytocreateatexturedsurfaceovertheentireinsect.3.UselengthsofArmatureWiretocreatefourwingshapescoveronesideofeachwingwithglueandpresseachonedownontoasheetofCellophane.Whendrytrimaroundeachwingtocutawaytheexcesspaper.4.Turneachwingoverandgluetheothersideofthewire.PresseachonedownontopiecesofMetallicJersey.Whendrytrimaroundeachwingtocutawaytheexcessmaterial.5.GluethewingsontothetopofthedragonybodyandcoverthejoinwithPaperMagiclay.6.PaintthedragonyandwhilstthepaintisstillwetsprinkleGlitteroverthecreature.7.DribblelinesofpaintoverthewingsandsprinkleGlitteroverthewetpaint.ExperimentTryusingdifferentformsforthebodyofthedragonye.g.ScrunchedupnewspaperandtapedintoshapemightbeanalternativeformtoworkthePaperMagiclayover.ToviewthecompleteDREAMERstepsfortheseactivitiespleaseseeourwebsitePaperMagiclayDragonyEDREAMERstepsCanePaperSilkDragonMaterialsPVAmixture5050PVAandwaterMaskingTapeTissuePaperWhiteGauzePaperPongeeSilkhandpaintedsetusingProcionDyesSunDyesorDualFabricPaints1.Presoak2.5mmCaneinhotwaterforapprox.5minutesandhangouttodry.2.CreateaCanedragonyarmatureusingMaskingTapetosecureallsectionsofthebodyandwings.3.PainteachsectionoftheCanewiththePVAmixtureandcoveritwithasheetofwhiteTissuePaperslightlylargerthanthearmature.4.CovertheentiredragonyarmaturewithalayerofwhiteTissuePaper.5.AddasecondlayerofGauzePapertoallorsectionsofthesculptureusingthePVAmixturetoadherethepapertotheshape.6.AddalayerofdecoratedPongeeSilktothedesiredsectionsofthesculptureusingthePVAmixturetosecureit.7.BrushonthePVAmixtureovertheentireshapequiteliberallyasthismixturehardensasitdriesandgivesthesculptureitsform.Setasidetodryovernight.8.UsefullstrengthPVAoraHotMeltGlueGuntoaddSequinsbeadsCreativeMetallicBraidandavarietyofthreadstoaddhi-lightstothedragonysculpture.ExhibitCreateafamilyofdragoniesofvarioussizesandshapeswiththeabovemethodandinstallthemintheartroomhangingfromdifferentlengthsofFishingLine.Allowroomforeachonetomoveinthebreezewithoutbumpingintooneanother.EDREAMERstepsZartExtra_Term3200713 ZartChristmasCatalogueavailableAugust2007ThisyearwhenyouplaceyourChristmasorderyouwillautomaticallybeenteredinthedrawtowinahamperofartmaterialsforyourschool.Thereare6hamperstobewoneachvaluedat250YouwillalsoreceiveafreeZartArtFlashingpeninyourorder.ForeverypenwesupplyZartArtwillmakeacashdonationtoSavetheChildrenVictoria.ashingpenwitheveryChristmasorder2006HamperWinnersHappyValleySchool-SAStMarysSchool-MooroopnaVICMentoneParkPrimarySchool-VICWheelersHillPrimarySchool-VICBranxholmPrimarySchool-TASTrinityCollege-GawlerSAfreeWINwww.zartart.com.au14IncelebratingthespiritofnationhoodatributeExhibitionforAustralianschoolstudentswasofferedbyLuminaFibreArtsGallerytocreateavisualtributeforexhibitionatLuminaduringAnzacweekApril2007.Goodwillpassioncolourandafeastofpoppiessetafabulousambiencewithover70worksofartfromYears19fromaroundVictoria.TheformalopeningbytheMayorofStonningtonJohnChandlerpaidrespecttoourmemoriesofAnzacDayandtothefabulousvisualtributesuppliedbythestudents.GeorgeLoganrepresentingAnzacHousewasresoundinginhispassionateappraisalofthemagnificentworkofAustralianschoolstudentspayingrespecttotheAnzactributeintheirownuniquelanguage.IntruenationhoodwehavedevelopedalanguageforouryoungerAustraliangenerationstopaytributetoaveryfondandpassionatesymboltheFlandersPoppy.Weshouldalsocredittheartteachersfromwhomtheinspirationwasinitiatedandwhointurnencouragedahugevarietyofindividualandinspirationalmediaapplicationsandstoriesfromtheirstudents.TheRSLExecutivewereveryimpressedwiththethemeandtheoriginalityoftheexhibitioninthepublicforum.AnannouncementwasmadeduringthePoppiesOpeningthattheExhibitionwasinvitedtore-conveneatAnzacHouseinNovemberthisyearasavisualtributeforRemembranceDay.ThePoppylivesonInthespirituponwhichthisflowerwasoriginatedmanygenerationslaterourchildrenhavebeenabletore-createaconnectiontoabeautifulsymbolofnationhoodPoppiesExhibitionATributetoourANZACSSuzanneVialLuminaFibreArtsGalleryGeneralInterestArticleArtworkbyOurLadyofSionCollegeBoxHill 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BookSpotlightHowtotalktoChildrenaboutArtFrancoiseBarbe-GallIneverydaylanguagethisbookshowshowtoexplaintochildrenwhattolookforandhowtoenjoypaintingsasdiverseasaRenaissancereligiousscenetoJacksonPollockssplatterabstracts.Thisbookexaminesthirtyveryinterestingpaintingsbygreatartistsinaveryreadablequestion-and-answerformat.Thebookinspiresartappreciationandrevealsthatthesimplestquestionscanbeamongthemostpertinent.208pp............22.6824.95APassionforButtonsStephanieBourgeoisMorethan50stylishideasforcombiningbuttonsandbeadstocreatefabulousaccessoriesthatarewonderfulworksofart.Thisbookfeaturesawidevarietyofstylesfromcontemporarytoclassicincludingelegantbraceletsfunkynecklacesandattractivehairclips.Simplestep-by-stepinstructionsanddiagramsaccompanyeachdesign.63pp..............18.1719.99Plush-O-RamaLindaKoppCreatecuriouscreaturesfromscrapfabricfeltandoldbuttons.FurFabricoldjumpersandthosetreasuredoldtiescanallbeusedtomakeamazingcreations.Thesefabulousdesignswillwetyourappetiteforcreatingyourownweirdbutwonderfulcreaturesassofttoysorjustworksofart.128pp.............22.6824.95StitchDissolveDistortValerieCampbell-HardingMaggieGreyLearntosafelymanipulatefabricandaddtexturecolouranddepthtoyourtextilework.Stunningillustratedpiecestoinspireyoutocreateyourown.Techniquesthatinvolveusingfreemachinewithtexturepaintedstitchesmotifspatternsaswellasusingwater-solublepaperembellishmentfeltinganddipping.128pp............45.4549.99BookSpotlightPhotographicanddigitalmediaChrisBatesThisuniquetextembracesthePhotographyandDigitalMediasyllabusinNSWforyears9-10.ItcomparestheideasandactionsofmorethantwentyfeaturedphotographicartistsfromAustraliaandoverseasandencouragesstudentstoproducetheirownartworks.Aexiblestructuremakesthetextidealforusebyspecialistornonspecialistteachersalike.AvailablelateAugust2007208pp..........49.9554.95CavestoCanvasThirdEditionDonaldWilliamsandBarbaraVanceWilsonThishighlyvaluedtexthasbeenrevisedandupdatedandincludesarangeofnewartistsphotographersartworksinstallationsandarchitecturefrom2000onwards.Featureboxesareonvariousartisticstylesandmovementsplusexamplesofrelevantartists.Therearequoteshighlightedthroughouttoassistwithhistoricalandcriticalanalysis.AvailablelateAugust2007424pp...........62.6868.95READiscoverBookWeekbook2007ThisyeartheChildrensBookCouncilhasprovideduswithanotherinspiringthemeREADiscover.WhatdoesthismeanThebookexploresthemanyinterpretationsofREADiscoveraswellasactivitiesfortheshortlistedEarlyChildhoodandPictureStoryBooksof2007.Activitiesaredesignedforindividualworksaswellasforgreatdisplaysfortheschooltoenhancethethemeandbooks.80pp.............27.2730.00X-rayKit-HumanBodyTheHumanBodyX-RayKithasbeendesignedforteachersofprimaryandlowersecondarylevelswhomayormaynothaveascienceandorvisualartbackground.Therearesuggestedactivitiestoengagestudentsintheirlearningandtheycanbeusedassteppingstonesforfurtherresearchandartisticexploration.Youalsomaywishtocreateyouownactivitiesorasagoodteachingpracticeletthestudentsleadthedirectionofthelearning.Kitincludesbooklet7x-rays.......................49.9554.95NewResourcesChristmasinAustraliaThisbookcelebratestheuniqueimageryofatypicalAustralianChristmasthroughtheuseofAustraliansymbols-suchasiconsmotifsnativeoraandfauna.ThisAustralianimageryiscombinedwiththetraditionalsymbolsofChristmastoencapsulateouridentity.CreateyourownChristmasdecorationsandcardswiththesestep-by-stepactivitiessuitableforallagelevels.AvailablelateSeptember2007pp.........................27.5030.25SeourworkspinrtforZESChraiAurlPDrgrm.16ZartExtra_Term32007blueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTpricesarevaliduntilseptember21st2007newresources 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Unit1-ArtisticinspirationandtechniquesAspartoftheirfolioYear11studentsatAveMariaCollegeworkedthroughthedesignprocesstoexploredevelopandreneimageryandlayoutsusingcutpapercollagetechniques.Theconceptwastoformatriptychsequenceconnectedthroughtheaestheticsoflinecolourandshapeandarrangedconsideringpatterngureandground.CoveringareasofthekeyskillsinOutcomes1and2theyweresetataskthatincorporatedresearchandanalysisofspecicartistsworkexplorationandrenementofdesignconceptsinavisualformandinvestigationexplorationandrenementofparticularqualitiesofthisstudioformtoestablishapersonalstyleandapplicationintheirnishedartwork.Initiallystudentssourcedandanalysedthetheworksofthreefemaleartists-RosalieGascoigneEmmaLangridgeandBridgetRiley.Theseartistswerechosenfortheirpersonalstyleandapplicationofthevariousdesigntoolsincludingtheiruseoflinecolourshapeandpattern.DesignandcollagetrialsFollowingdiscussionandanalysisofeachartistsimagerytheyweresetaseriesofsmalldesigntaskswhichwerecompletedintheirvisualdiaries.Workingonaformatof7x7cmtheyvisuallyrespondedtoalistoflayoutconsiderations.Usingpaperonlystudentswereencouragedtoconsidertexturesurfacedecorationtextimageryandcolourtoenhancenotonlytheuseofpatternbuttheeffectongureandground.Theywerealsoencouragedtoexplorethetypedenitionandthesizeofthelineandshapeused.SomeofthesedesigntasksincludedZartExtra_Term420073Secondaryarticle CherylKerinDomainCoordinatorArtsAveMariaCollegeAberfeldieTeachers-EmilyRaffaeleClaudiaFillipone1xplainbackgroundpatterngroundlineonly-1direction-samewidth1xplainbackgroundpatterngroundlineonly-1direction-differentwidth1xplainbackgroundpatternground-lineonly-2directions-samewidth1xplainbackgroundpatternground-lineonly-2directions-differentwidthrepeatincludingasquareshapesrepeatincludingarectangularshapesrepeatinreverserepeatusinglinetocreateacurvedpatternSelectionrenementofdesignandlayoutStudentsselectedbetweenthreetoveoftheirmostsuccessfultrialsolutionsandover2-3pagesapprox.20trialsintotaldevelopedgreyleadlineardrawingsintheirvisualdiaries.Theyneededtoconsidercompositionallayoutsbasedonarectangleformatsize5x15cmwhichwasdividedinto3areas.Thenalaimwastoestablishaconnectionorowthroughouteachtriptychlayout.SelectionrenementofthenallayoutAfterselectingthemostworkabledesignstudentsworkedwiththenalscaleof16x16cmintheirvisualdiary.Theyconsideredtheuseofcolourcombinationspatternformatsandpapertypesontheirnallayouttrials.Thisnalexercisealsogavethemtheopportunitytorenetheircontrolandapplicationofcuttingusingastencilknifeandpastingtechniques.Throughannotationandevaluationeachstudentestablishedaworkplanthatconsideredeachlayerandtheformulafortheconstructionoftheirnalselectedcomposition.FinishedartworkEachstudentwasgiven3piecesofmountcard16x16cm.Oncecompletednishedpieceswereraisedonasmallpieceoffoamcoreandmounted2cmapartinsequenceonalargerrectangleofcontrastingmount.GalleryWorkshopsBackissuesProductinformationActivitieswww.zartart.com.ausupportingteachersincreativeeducationwww.zartart.com.au4Secondaryarticlecont THEBEGINNINGSOFMODERNISMINMELBOURNEDuringthe1920sand1930sthemodernartmovementinMelbournegenerallydrewonthestyleofPost-Impressionism.In1930AdrianLawlorheldaone-manexhibitionofexperimentalandavant-gardeworks.In1931colourreproductionsofpaintingsbyCzanneVanGoghGauguinMatissePicassoUtrilloDufyandModiglianiwereexhibitedwithaccompanyinglecturesbyGeorgeBell.In1932GeorgeBellandArnoldShoreopenedanewartschooltoteachtheprinciplesandpracticesofmodernartandthesameyearWilliamFraterArnoldShoreGeorgeBellandAdrianLawlorexhibitedtheircurrentworkswhichwerebasedonPost-ImpressionismwithsomeintimationsofSurrealism.AlsothatyearaSamAtyeopaintingofnudeswasconsideredtoomoderntobehungbytheNationalGalleryandcriticisedforitsbreakwithacademicart.THESOCIALREALISTSSocialRealisminartaddsasocialpurposetothedowntoeartheverydaysubjectmatterofrealistart.Propoundingaleft-wingviewpointsocialrealismcanbeclassedasamoralart.Artistsworkinginthiswayareawareofinjusticeandsufferinginsocietyandusetheirarttodepictthesefeelings.SocialrealismwasimportantinAustraliaduringthe1940saspeopleunitedagainstinternationalfascismanditwasinMelbournethatitourishedmoststronglyduringthewaryears.TheSocialRealistsweregreatlyinuencedbymigrantartistDanilaVassilieffwhoarrivedinMelbourneinthelate1930s.Hewasamanwhopossessedhugeamountsofcreativeenergyandhisextensivetravelsaroundtheworldhadgivenhimwideknowledgeofthemodernmovementinart.HispaintingswereofeverydaypeopleinurbanstreetscenesandasapioneerofexpressionistpaintinginAustraliahisworkswereaninspirationforyoungartists.HEIDEJohnandSundayReedwereawealthyandintelligentcouplepassionateaboutartwhoin1934establishedapropertyontheoutskirtsofMelbournewhichtheynamedHeideanabbreviationofthesuburbofHeidelbergtheareawheretheHeidelbergSchoolofImpressionistartistshadpainted.TheReedssupportofartistsastutepatronageandendeavourswithartsocietiesmuseumsandexhibitionscontributedtothechangingculturalsceneinAustralia.Theybecamecollectorsofmodernartandencouragedmodernapproachesinmusicliteratureandarchitectureandattractedtothempeoplewhowereoutspokenintheirownviewsandfeelings.HeidewasahomeZartExtra_Term420075FeatureArticleTheAngryPenguinsTUCKERAlbert19141999JohnReedcuttingJoyHestershairwatchedbySundayReedc.1942Gelatinsilverphotograph40.5x30.5cmGiftofBarbaraTucker2001HeideMuseumofModernArttextcopyrightcourtesyofthecreativeschoolsupplycompany2007 www.zartart.com.au6FeatureArticlewherecreativepeoplecouldcometogethertodiscussthephilosophyofmodernartandsocialissuesshareideasandproducecreativeworks.TheReedsprovidedpatronagetomanyyoungartistsandnurturedtheircareers.ManyoftheimportantnamesofthetwentiethcenturyAustralianartworldmetatHeidetosharemealsreaddiscussandheatedlydebatemodernismwithitsramicationsforartmusicliteratureandphilosophyandweresecondedtoassistwiththegarden.TheReedsprivatelibraryoneofthenestandmostup-to-dateinAustraliaatthattimewasavailabletoallofHeidesvisitorsandformanyitwastheirrstintroductiontoModernism.THEANGRYPENGUINSMaxHarris19211995wasayoungAdelaidepoetwhowasveryawareofmoderndevelopmentsininternationalliteratureliteratureinAustraliastillrevolvedaroundbushballadsandyarnsintheearly1930s.The1939TheHeraldExhibitionofFrenchandBritishContemporaryArtwasawatershedforAustralianartistsandwriters.WhenHarrissawitinAdelaidehewasencouragedtoshaketheconservativeliteraryworldofAustralia.HerecognisedtheneedforAustralianculturetohaveinternationalacceptanceandwithtwootherpoetshepublishedtheculturaljournalAngryPenguinswhichbecameaninfamouswartimeliteraryproductionandaplatformformuchneededdebate.AngryPenguinswasajournallikenootherinAustraliaatthattimeanditsnotableachievementwastodrawattentiontoanewpresenceofmodernisminAustralianpainting.ThepassionateartistswhocircledaroundHeideincludedAlbertTuckerJoyHesterSidneyNolanJohnPercevalArthurBoydandDanilaVassilieff.ThisgroupbecameknownastheAngryPenguinsandtheworkstheyproducedchangedartinAustraliaforever.WrittenbyK.Hart.ExcerpttakenfromTheBeginningofModernisminAustralia-TheAngryPenguinsArtPosterPackisavailablenowthroughZartArtMtMarthaPrimarySchoolsituatednearthebeachontheMorningtonPeninsulacelebratedits25thAnniversarythisyear.AsVisualArtsTeacherIplannedtocommemoratethisoccasionbycreatingawholeschoolprojectusingourrichlocalhistory.Ihad11largecanvasesmade1.8by1.5metreswiththeintentionofcreatingartworksaboutourhistorythroughthestylesoffamousAustralianArtists.IplannedartactivitiesappropriateforeachgradelevelwhichfocusedonaparticularaspectofourareaandstyleofanAustralianArtist.Whilecreatingtheirownartworksstudentscontributedtothelargecanvaswhichwaslocatedintheartroomforthemtoworkon.Year6studentsstudiedKenDoneYear5-RobertDickersonYear4-SidneyNolanandJamesCoburnYear3-JohnOlsen.JuniorstudentslookedattheartofSallyMorganwhilestudyingtheIndigenousHistoryofourarea.Ichoseaparticularartistsstyletosuitthestorytobetold.ThereisabushrangerstalesoIincludedSidneyNolansNedKellyseries.TheBalcombeArmyCampsuitedDickersonsworkandOlsensseemedappropriateforthesunoverMtMartha.AdescendentofthelocalBunerongpeopleartistBeaEdwardstoldthejuniorstudentsDreamtimestoriesandeachchildcontributedinsomewaytothestoriescreatedonthecanvases.Alllargecanvasesarenowhunginourschoolbuildings.KarenChapmanVisualArtTeacherMtMarthaPrimarySchoolMuralsNEW Thisunitwasplannedinresponsetoourintegratedspecialiststudyandwholeschoolterm1focus-CelebratingCulturesRepresentedByTheFamiliesInOurSchoolandannualHarmonyDayFestival.Theunitwasfurtherinspiredbycostumesandartefactsbroughttoschoolbystudentstoshareanddisplay.ItwasstrengthenedbyavisitfromagroupofstudentsandtheirteachersfromSingaporetosharetheirtraditionalartandexperienceaworkshopofours.StudentswereimmersedinexamplesofbatikandfabricdecorationfrommanycountriesincludingIndonesiaIndiaAfricaandJapanthroughtheInternetbooksandpictures.Wediscussedtheoriginsoftechniquessuchasbatikandtiedyeandwaysfabricshavebeenchangeddecoratedoverthecenturies.Wespenttimelookingatvariousartworkspiecesofclothingandhouseholditemssuchasrugscarpetswallhangingsforexamplesofcolourspatternlineandsuggestedhowtheseaspectsmighthavebeencreatedproduced.Wealsoimmersedourselvesinliteraturefromotherculturesasweresearchedpossiblethemesforinclusioninourwork.Studentsexploreddesignsfortheirownindividualpiecestheseaplantsormythologicalcreatures.Theyspenttimesketchingideasexploringpatternandlinetollinareasoftheirwork.Wediscussedtherequirementsofthedesignandthetoolsandprocesswewouldbefollowingtoproduceourownpieces.Wewouldbeworkingwithcoldwaxappliedwithsmallapplicatorbottles.Studentsdrewsimplepractisedesignsontosmallfabricsamplesofcottonfabric.Theyexperimentedwithapplyingthewax.Discussionfollowed-howhardtosqueezethebottleandhowthisaffectedtheowofthedyeholdingthebottlejustabovethefabricapplyinganevenowwaspreferableunlessyouparticularlywantedadifferenteffect.Throughtheirownexperimentationandsubsequentdiscussionstudentsalsofounditwasimportanttohavedetailintheirdesignlinespatternsbutthelinesintheirdesignshadtobespacedasthelinesofdyetendedtojoinupiflinesweretooclosetooneanother.Thecoldwaxandsmallbottleswereveryeasyforallstudentstouse.StudentsthenhadtimetoexperimentwithmagnicentcolouredcoldwaterSunDyes.Theycouldbepaintedwithvarioussizedbrushesdribbleddottedordabbeddependingontheeffectyouwanted.Afterplentyofdiscussionabouttheprocessandwhatwehadlearntthroughcompletingsamplersstudentsresumedcompletingtheirowndesigns.Theirchosendesignsweretransferredontolargerpiecesofcottonfabricinpencil.Afterironingthedesignsbetweenlayersofnewspapertoremovetracesofthewaxstudentscompletedtheirpiecesusingspecialtyitemssuchassequinsandglitterglues.WediscussedtheoutcomesoftheunitandstudentscreatedtheirownRubikforselfevaluationattheendoftheunit.Thisalsohelpedkeepthemontrackwiththeprocessandrequirementsofthetask.TheSixThinkingHatsandquestionsrelatedtothistechniquealsohelpedguidestudentsthroughtheunitandtoevaluatetheirpieceofwork.Theunitwascompletedoverterm1in1hoursessions.TheunitthoroughlyengagedallLevel4students.SelfevaluationscompletedaftertheArtShowfullysupportedthis.Allstudentsfelttheyhadachievedmagnicentresultswiththistechnique.JulieLachVisualArtCo-ordinatorAspendaleGardensPrimarySchoolWealsoimmersedourselvesinliteraturefromotherculturesasweresearchedpossiblethemesforinclusioninourworkZartExtra_Term420077PrimaryArticle WheredoesonebeginSightsthemostremarkableandcolourfulsuchastheSaharadesert.ScenesthatarethemostridiculoussuchastreesfullofgoatsthataregorgingonnutsoftheArgantreeandsheeptieddownonroofracksoftaxisgoingonajourneyfromwhichtheywillnotreturn.Smellsfromthesublimetotherevolting.SoundthecalltoprayerwhichislikeacompetitionacrosscitieswithromanticnamessuchasMarrakechFezandCasablancaatregularintervalsfromdawnuntildusk.AsanartteacherwheredoesthisleadIndirectlytodiscussionsaboutaculturewhichisverydifferentbutalsohascommonelementssuchasschoolbrothersandsistersandreligion.DirectlytothedevelopmentofaunitofworkonMoroccanvillageswhichwasstudiedbystudentsinYear1throughtoYear4.BystudyingphotosofMoroccanvillagesandKasbahsstudentsdiscoveredthatthehousingwasmadefrommaterialssourcedfromsurroundingcountryside.Sloppymudbricksweremadeandpouredintorectangularboxesuntilsetandthensundried.Theresultingbuildingsareveryorganicanddecoratedbyetchingintobrickswithgeometricpatterns.Allstudentswereshownhowtoillustrate3dimensionalshapesparticularlyrectangularprisms.Itwasnotedhowthevillagesseemedtotumbledownthemountainwithbuildingsadjoiningeachotherratherthanacreblocks.Thestudentsbecameawareofperspectivewithbuildingsbecomingsmallerastheybecamefurtheraway.Theotherfocuswasonlightandshadewithstudentsdecidingwherethelightsourcewascomingfromandthereforewhichsideofthehouseisinshade.AsecondunitwasdevelopedwithYear4studentscreatingaMoroccanstreetscapewithslabtilesandvariouspatternsandtexturespressedinoraddedon.Thisreinforcedtheconceptofcrowdedlivingconditionsinvillagelife.Itisimportantforchildrentorealisethatthisisadifferencenotanegative.Althoughtheirchildrendonothaveafrontbackyardtoplayintheyhaveendlessmountainsplainsandoases.IlookforwardtovisitingagaininthenextyearorsotoseewheretheSaharameetstheseaandmanymorememorablesights.SusanClarkeStrathconaBaptistGirlsGrammarSchoolPostcardsfromMoroccoPostcardsfrom...IfyourtravelstoanexoticlandoracaravanadventurehasinspiredyourartprogramwewanttohearfromyouPleasecontactJanph989018670remailjanzartart.com.auaswewouldliketofeaturemorepostcardsintheZartExtra.ProleArticlewww.zartart.com.au8 AspendaleGardensPrimarySchoolBatiksElthamCollegeJuniorSchoolYachtsSandringhamCollegeMasksAveMariaCollegeAberfeldieDesignStudiesRangeviewPrimarySchoolLinoPrintsLintonPrimarySchoolFiguresinActionMirbooNorthPrimarySchoolModrocPicturesAlbertParkPrimarySchoolCardboardConstructionsTheGeelongCollege3DFacesCoolarooSouthPrimarySchoolSunsetsDoncasterGardensPrimarySchoolOrangesHughesdalePrimarySchoolPrintsandJugsElthamEastPrimarySchoolPercussionInstrumentsBaxterPrimarySchoolAnimalX-raysStrathconaBaptistGirlsGrammarSchoolMoroccanLandscapesOurLadyOfLourdesSchoolArmadaleMermaidsMarananthaChristianCollegeYarnCreationsRosannaGolfLinksPrimarySchoolWireCreationsAspartoftheYears34integratedunitonTheBeachstudentswereinvolvedinanumberofactivitiesbasedonactivitiesatthebeach.Thisbecameafabulouswaytoexploretheelementofcolourandlinewhentheywereaskedtodesigntheirownyachts.Inspirationwasdrawnfromlookingatbrightlycolouredsailsandfabrics.Discussionsaboutwhatfactorscontributetotheeffectivenessofthedesignformedmuchofthebrainstormingandsharetime.StudentsweregivenaCartridgePapertemplatetopractisedrawingsomedesignswithgreylead.OnceadesignhadbeencreatedthetemplatecutwithaguillotinefromCartridgePaperwashandedout.Studentslightlypencilledtheirdesigns.Ocaldotempuracolourswereusedtopaintthesails.Correcttechniquewasemphasizedsothatstudentscouldachievemaximumcolourintensityandeliminatetheabilitytoseebrushstrokesduetofaintcolourapplication.OncedryblackGiottomarkerswereusedtogooverthedesign.Itwasatthispointthatthedesignscamealive.Themastandboatwascutfromcolouredpaste-boardthickestCoverPaper.Studentsnamedtheiryachtsandaddedthiswithne-liner.Ichosetomountallthepiecesonawallwithwavescutfromcorrugatedcard.Lee-AnneDPaulJuniorandMiddleYearsArtTeacherElthamCollegeofEducationVibrantSailssituatedatzarteducationserviceisZartsStudentGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels17.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailonjanzartart.com.auviewourgalleryonline...www.zartart.com.auExhibitinginterm4...ZartExtra_Term420079thegeelongcollege3dfacesTerm42007doncastergardensprimaryschoolorangesrangeviewprimaryschoollinoprintsZartsStudentGallery CaneLanternswww.zartart.com.au10MaterialsCane500greel2.5mm3mm3.5mm4mmWhiteTissuePaperPVAWaterGauzePaperMaskingTapeDecorativethreadsstringpapersFoundtwigssticksorganicmatter1.Pre-soakCaneinhotwaterforapprox.veminutesandhangouttodry.2.MakeaCanearmatureandensurealljoinsarewrappedwellwithMaskingTape.Thisisveryimportant-asthematerialyouareusingontothearmatureisquiteheavywhenwetitisimportantyourbaseisstrongandsecuretosupportyoursculpture.3.PutasmallamountofthePVAwatermixtureontotheCaneandstarttoaddstripsofwhiteTissuePaper.ContinuetoworkupsolidareasofTissuePaper.AsthePVAmixturedriesitbecomeshardercreatingaverystrongsculpture.4.ContinuethisprocessuntilonelayerofwhiteTissuePapercoversthewholesculpture.Youmayneedtoleavethepiecetodryovernightbeforeasecondlayerisadded.5.OncetheCanesculptureisdryasecondlayerofwhiteTissueandPVAmixtureisapplied-onthesecondlayerworkingintothethirdlayerdecorativeandGauzepapersmaybeadded.6.WhenallthelayersofTissueanddecorativepapersaredryotherembellishmentsmaybeaddedsuchasdecorativethreadsstringetc.ActivityThesecanesculpturesareeasytocreateandthedesignandapplicationcanbeextendedaccordingtoskillbasedlevels.Oncecreatedtheselanternsworkverywellasilluminatedartpieces.Alightupceremonyinadarkenroomcreatesanotherelementtothecanepapersculptures.SafetytipUsebatteryrunfairylightsastheydonotheatForaPDWorkshoponthisactivityseeourWorkshopinsertfordetails DoyleysWhiteAssortedAnassortmentofsizesthesewhitedoyliesareidealforChristmascraftsstencillinganddecoration.Createpaperconstructionswiththesedecorativeedges.Pktof250...............9.089.99PatternPlantPaperA4FullcolourA4patternpaperincludes8designsinspiredbyAustraliasnativetreesandshrubs.Projectideasarealsoincluded.Thispaperisgreatforstartingpointsbackgroundsandcollage.SuitableforstudiesoftheAustralianenvironmentanddecorativeprojects.Pktof40sheets.....9.5010.45MountCard200gsmBlackThissturdyblackcardisidealformountingartworkwithouttheexpenseofboard.Displaystudentsworkforexhibitionsorfolioswiththisblackcard.AvailableinthreesizesA4pktof100..........10.6411.70A3pktof100...........17.1618.8851x64cmpktof10039.9343.92TautFlexFashionColoursThispaintisidealforstageperformancesandproductionswhereyouneedtocreateaccessoriestosuitparticularcostumes.Turnapairofwhiteleatherbootsintouorescentpinkandgreenstripedouttherecreations.Thispaintispermanentandwillnotcrackifappliedcorrectly.SimplycleantheshoesbagsorbootswithsoapywaterrstandwhendrywipetheentiresurfacewithMethylatedSpirits.UsethecouturebrushoranybrushorspongetopaintthesurfacewithTautFlexColours.ForbestresultspaintthesurfacewiththewhiteTautFlexbeforepaintingontransparentcolours.Workmaybeforceddrywithahairdryerifrequired.ForproductionsunderablacklightpaintthenishedworkwithFluorescentWhiteClearandtheworkwillglowinthedark.DrieswithaSatinnish.WhenaglossnishisrequiredpainttheworkwithTautFlexClear.singlecoloursBlackBrightGreenCopperFluorescentGreenFluorescentOrangeFluorescentPinkFluorescentRedFluorescentWhiteClearFluorescentYellowGoldProcessYellowReexBlueRhodamineSignalRedSilverorWhite100mLBottle.........8.259.08CoutureBrush16mm......................3.303.63ClearGloss100mL.....................8.259.08TautFlexBringbacktolifeanyleathervinylorcanvasitemwiththisamazingnewproductOriginalZartExtra_Term4200711NewProductsNEWNEWNEWNEWblueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTpricesarevaliduntildecember21st2007 BookSpotlightFaceOffHowtoDrawAmazingCaricaturesandComicPortraitsHarryHamernikThisbookshowsyouhowtodrawfromlifecapturingthesilliersideofpeople.40step-by-stepdemonstrationsshowyouhowtosketchwhimsicalandexpressivelikenesseswhiledevelopingyourownquicklooseimprovisationalstyle.Drawingeyesnosesmouthsandotherfeatures.Creatingportraitsinfrontthree-quarterandproleviews.Addingcolourtocaricatureseitherbyhandorviacomputer.127pp....................27.2629.99HeresLookingatMeHowArtistsSeeThemselvesBobRaczkaMostartistsmakeself-portraitsasawaytopractice.Bydrawingorpaintingorevenphotographingtheirownfacestheylearnhowtolookattheworldaroundthem.Andasluckyviewersoftheirworkwelearnwhattheythoughtaboutthemselves.Thisbookintroducesustofourteenfamousartistswhohavemadeself-portraits.Theyallhaveverydifferentstylesandsettings.Throughthisuniquecollectionyouwilldiscoverthatthereisnorightwayorwrongwaytomakeapictureofyourself.Onlyyourway.32pp......................14.5015.95500EarringsNewDirectionsinContemporaryJewelryEarringsareamongthemostsculpturalofalljewelryformswithvirtuallyunlimiteddesignpossibilities.Thisoutstandingcollectionpresents500exceptionalexamples.Artistshaveusedtraditionalmaterialssuchasgoldsilvercopperandwireaswellasreimaginedandrepurposedmoreunusualitemslikeglassplasticsporcelainpaperandfoundobjects.408pp....................36.3539.99EtchingandPhotopolymerIntaglioTechniquesColinGaleThisessentialhandbookcoversalletchingtechniquesanddevelopmentsinphotopolymertechnologyanditsusebyartists.Photopolymersarelightsensitiveandusedbyprintmakersintheformoflmsandemulsionswhichareappliedtoabackingofmetalplasticorboard.Theauthoralsocoversothersubjectsincludingacidsaquatintpaperspressesandinks.144pp....................40.9145.00A3ArtPrintsTeacherNotesActivitiesExtensionIdeasNewFashionFigureTemplatesPatrickJohnIrelandOver250guretemplatesfromPatrickJohnIrelandoneoftheworldsleadingfashionillustrators.Includestemplatesofwomenmenandchildrenfromavarietyofanglesincludingfulllengththree-quarterlengthbackviewandfront-onposes.Templatescanbecopiedscannedenlargedandadaptedorusedasaguidetodevelopyourownillustrations.160pp...................45.4550.00BigBookofFashionIllustrationAsourcebookofcontemporaryillustrationMartinDawberThisone-stop-shopforallpractisingfashiondesignersanddesignstudentsistheultimatesourcebookforfashionexpressionofferingthediversestylesandtechniquesfromaninternationalproleofartists.Withinspirationalexamplesofeverymediaandtechniquehereisacollectionofalmost1000newandinnovativefashionillustrationsforwomenmenchildrensportswearbeautyglamourandaccessories.Theimagesarebothvariedandstrikingrangingfromheartbrokenwomenteenagersbrazenlyauntingattitudeandstyletoboredsprawlingyouth.384pp....................45.4550.00NewResources12ZartExtra_Term42007AngryPenguinswasajournallikenootherinAustraliainthe1930sanditsnotableachievementwastodrawattentiontoanewpresenceofmodernisminAustralianpainting.Heidewasahomewherecreativepeoplecouldcometogethertodiscussthephilosophyofmodernartandsocialissuesshareideasandproducecreativeworks.ThepassionateartistswhocircledaroundHeideincludedAlbertTuckerJoyHesterSidneyNolanJohnPercevalArthurBoydandDanilaVassilieffalongwithAdrianLawlorYoslBergnerandNoelCounihan.ThisgroupbecameknownastheAngryPenguinsandtheworkstheyproducedchangedartinAustraliaforever.TheseA3sizeprintsofAustralianworksbyAustralianartistsarepresentedinafullcolourplasticacidfreesatchel.13xA3cards..........55.0060.50newresourcesNEWAselectionofthegreatAustralianprintsincludedwithinthispackVassilieffHesterPercevalTuckerBoydBergnerReadabouttheAngryPenguinsonpage5blueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTpricesarevaliduntildecember21st2007