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HeadlineNotesHeadlineNotesHeadlineNotesHeadlineHeadlineZartArt-SupportingteachersincreativeeducationInspirationIdeasEducationUpdatesOnlineSupportTipsTechniquesTerm2010RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003EXTRAZartIdentifyUsAwholeschoolunitofworkbasedonidentity.HelpMyschoolisbuildingTrolleyportableart-solutionssupportandactivities.ArtistinresidenceAerialviewswithMaxDarby.AStudentsjourneyZartArt-SupportingteachersincreativeeducationInspirationIdeasEducationUpdatesOnlineSupportTipsTechniquesTerm12010RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003y.ZartArt-SupportingteachersincreativeeducationIsRegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003ZartExtraNewsletters2010Term1Term2Term3Term4IdentifyUsAwholeschoounitofworkbasedonidenpirationIdeasducationUpdattistinsidencerialviewswithaxDarby.OnlineSupporHelpMyschoolisbuildingTrolleyportableart-solutionssupportandTipsTechniqu BlankPage HeadlineNotesHeadlineNotesHeadlineNotesHeadlineHeadlineZartArt-SupportingteachersincreativeeducationInspirationIdeasEducationUpdatesOnlineSupportTipsTechniquesTerm2010RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003EXTRAZartIdentifyUsAwholeschoolunitofworkbasedonidentity.HelpMyschoolisbuildingTrolleyportableart-solutionssupportandactivities.ArtistinresidenceAerialviewswithMaxDarby.AStudentsjourneyZartArt-SupportingteachersincreativeeducationInspirationIdeasEducationUpdatesOnlineSupportTipsTechniquesTerm12010RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003 ContentsNewsEventsDates......2StudioArtsAStudentsJourney............3WholeSchoolIdentifyUs...............5PDInsert........SupplementGalleryTerm1.............7ArtistinResidence.........8TalkingFaithsImmigrationMuseum......9PortableArtActivities.....10NewResources...........12EditorJanRokerArtDirectionProductionBrittaPoljansekPhotographyNicoleMerkelContributorsJasonHusseyPetraGlasserMaxDarbyJanMolloy.ZartExtraISSN14488450ZartExtraispublishedquarterlybyZartEducationadivisionofZartArtPtyLtd.Thispublicationismailedpriortothefirstweekofthetermissuedate.Thisnewsletterallowsartteachersco-ordinatorstolearnaboutwhatishappeninginarteducationandwhatotherartteachersaredoing.Youwillndinformationonnewarttechniquesandprocessesthelatestmaterialsandresourcesonthemarket.Pleasenoteallpricesquotedarevalidforthedurationofthecurrenttermonlyandaresubjecttochangewithoutnotice.Theinsertofthenewsletterprovidesdetailsofourtermsworkshopssoteacherscanthencontactusandbookintotheworkshop.Duetovariouscircumstancessomeinformationmaybesubjecttochange.ZartArtZartExtralogoandmastheadareregisteredtrademarksofZartArtPtyLtd.AllcontentissubjecttocopyrightandmaynotberepublishedwithoutpriorconsentfromZartArt.AllsubmissionsbecomepropertyofZartArt.SubmissionsmaybepublishedintheZartExtraorpostedonwww.zartart.com.autheofcialarteducationresource.ZartArtreservestherighttoeditsubmittedarticlesactivitiesforcontentlengthandclarity.ZartArtSupportingteachersincreativeeducationZartoffersanextensiverangeoffineartmaterialsresourcescraftandtechnologysupplies.Youwillfindcompetitivepricesandefficientandquickservice.441LextonRoadBoxHillNorthMelbourneVic3129AustraliaPh0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auEzartartzartart.com.auAdministrationHoursMondayFriday8.30am5.00pmCustomerServiceCentreMondayWednesdayFriday8.30am5.00pmThursday8.30am7.00pmSaturday8.30am2.00pmwww.zartart.com.au2NGVJanuary2010RonMueckFebruary2010LoveLossandIntimacyApril2010TeaandZenMay2010TimelinesPhotographyandTimeIanPotterCentreNGVTogetherAloneAustralianandNewZealandFashionnowshowinguntilApril18March2010StickitCollageinAustralianArtRupertBunnyTopArtsVCE2009May2010AustralianMade100YearsofFashionImmigrationMuseum26Nov200928May2010TalkingFaithsMystoryyourstoryourstoryAnexhibitionofinterfaithdialogue.Thisexhibitiondocumentsaprojectinvolvingyoungpeopleexploringinterfaithissuesthroughamulticulturalperspective.Encompassingstudentsfromarangeoffaith-basedandsecularGovernmentschoolsTalkingFaithsfeaturesmultimediarepresentationsandphotographsofthestudentprojectandartworksdevelopedbythestudentsaspartoftheirconversations.ThisexhibitionisapartoftheParliamentoftheWorldsReligions2009culturalprogram.PanGallery5Febto4March2010The48HourClayProjectFourceramicartistsfromVictoriasCentralHighlandscollaboratetopresentworkdesignedtoencouragecontemplationofthehandmadewithconsiderationofthelayersofmeaningthatthehandmadehasinthecontextofourmodernworld.142WestonStreetBrunswickEast3057www.northcotepottery.com.auGalleriesaroundVictoriaWorkingwithplasterTheTimes13102009ThisarticleisworthreadingifyouareconsideringusingPlasterwithyourstudents.Thesafetyaspectofworkingwithartmaterialsshouldbeuppermostinyourplanningandexecutionofanylesson.Visitthislinktoseejustwhatcanhappenifduecautionisnottaken.httpbusiness.timesonline.co.uktolbusinesslawarticle6871396.eceGalleriesaroundAustraliaNationalGalleryofAustralia4Dec20095April2010MasterpiecesfromParisVanGoghGauguinCezanneandbeyond.TheNationalGalleryofAustraliaisproudtopresentoneofthemostextraordinaryexhibitionseverheldinAustralia.SoonyouwonthavetotraveltotheMusedOrsayinParistoseemasterpiecesbyVincentvanGoghPaulGauguinPaulCzanneGeorgesSeuratPierreBonnardEmileBernardClaudeMonetMauriceDenisandEdouardVuillardyoucanvisittheminCanberra.QueenslandArtGalleryGalleryofModernArt5Dec20095April2010The6thAsiaPacicTriennialofContemporaryArtTheAsiaPacicTriennialofContemporaryArtAPTistheQueenslandArtGallerysagshipinternationalcontemporaryartevent.ItistheonlymajorseriesofexhibitionsintheworldtofocusexclusivelyonthecontemporaryartofAsiaandthePacicincludingAustralia.InthenewsZartArtupdatesWelcometoTerm12010ThankyoutoallthosewhogaveusfeedbackonourZartExtralastyear.Wehavemadesomechangesinresponsetothisfeedbackandwelcomecontinuedresponsesthroughoutthecomingyear.Easterdates-GoodFridayFriday2ndAprilCLOSEDEasterSaturdaySaturday3rdAprilCLOSEDEasterMondayMonday5thAprilCLOSEDEventsNewsUpdates ZartExtra_Term120103TheartfacultyatPenolaCatholicCollegeBroadmeadowswereaskedtosubmitabriefaccountoftheirStudioArtprogrammehighlightingonestudentsjourneythroughtheyear.StudioArt2009Unit3and4StudioArtprovidesstudentswithaframeworktoworkwithinandexperiencethetrialstribulationsstressesandjoysofcreatingacompletefolioofartworks.Thisprocessstartswithanideasthroughafolioofcreativemeanderingsandexperimentationculminatingwiththecreationoftwonalworksofart.StudioArtprovidesstudentswithanexperiencealbeitasnapshotofwhatitsliketobeapracticingartist.AtPenolaunits3and4arethestudentsrstexperiencewithworkingonathemeofchoiceforaprolongedperiodoftime.Formostthisisthersthurdleofmanythattheymustovercome.Thisyearsclassesworkedwithavarietyofthemes.Althoughthestudentswereallinterestedintheirthemesitwasthosethatweretrulycommittedandpassionateabouttheirthemethatexcelledandcreatedacohesivebodyofwork.TheyalldescribedStudioArtastheplacewheretheycouldbeselfexpressiveandescapetherigorsoftheirotherclassesinanenvironmentunlikeanyotherwithinthecollege.MaryFaithCristoriawasoneofourtopstudentsthisyearatPenola.Shewasastudentwhoweasstafffelttookfulladvantageofallthatthestudioartstudydesignoffers.Maryreinventedherartmakingthroughaprocessofselfdevelopmenttriallingandexperimentingandultimatelycompletingtwoverystrongfoliosandnalartworks.Formeitwasherpassiondedicationandworkethicthatenabledhertohavesuchasuccessfulyear.StartingpointchoosingathemeAlthoughasstaffweencourageourstudentstochooseathemethattheyarepassionateabouttheyoftenchoosethemesthataretoocomplexbroadorjusttoosimpleforthemtosustain.Choosingathemethatyouarepassionateaboutisessential.Understandingandgettingthemostfromthatthemeisthehardpart.MarysaidThebiggestdifcultyIencounteredintermsofdevelopingafoliowasprobablythetopicIpicked.Individualityisaverybroadtopicanditwashardformetonarrowitdownsothattheviewercouldclearlyunderstandmymessageaswellasformenottogettotallylostinsuchabroadtopic.BecauseofthisIhadtoredoandrethinkmanyofthestartingpointsIhadcreatedjustsoIcouldmakesenseofmytheme.StudentTeacherdialogueOftenMarywoulddiscussherthemeandthroughaseriesofbrainstormswewereabletoestablishwhatitwasaboutindividualitythatMarywantedtofocuson.Wediscussedherartisticinspirationandaspirationspossiblematerialsandsometechniquesthatshecouldstarttrialling.Marywasabletosuccessfullyusehermindmapsinspirationandannotationtoformwhatwouldbethebaseforherworkbrief.Aclearandattainableworkbriefisessentialtocreatingsuccessfulfolios.Marycompletedmanydraftsofherbriefbeforebeingsatisedthatshehadclearlyidentiedthefocusaspectofherthemethematerialsandaestheticqualitiesshewantedtodevelop.Theworkbriefbecomestheframeworkandtimelineforallfurtherdevelopment.MarysaidCreatingaclearworkbriefhasdenitelybeenachallenge.IhaventbeendoingartforalongtimeandIonlyreallydiscoveredthatIwasinterestedinpaintinglastyear.Thisyearwasallaboutdiscoveringwhatartreallyis.Iwantedtotrynewthingstakeonothermediumsandtrytogainabetterunderstandingofarttheory.LookwidelyStudentsdontoftenhaveawideunderstandingoforrepertoireofartisticstylesorinuencesandinMaryscaseabroadknowledgeofhistoricalorcontemporaryartiststohelpguideherownartisticdevelopment.UsingMarysinitialconceptdevelopmentdrawingsandpaintingstogetherwewereabletoquicklyestablishsimilaritiesorlinkstoothercontemporaryartistsandorparticularartworksthatsheshouldresearch.KeepingaboxofbooksintheclassroomthatwerechosenspecicallyStudioartsarticleASTUDENTSJOURNEY extensionLinksZartExtraArticlesTerm12004VCEstudentatStCatherinesSchoolTrilogyofLifeTerm22004VCEstudentatThomasCarrCollege-HoppersCrossingReligiousInspirationwww.zartart.com.auwww.zartart.com.au4forlikecontentortechniqueswereinvaluable.Importantlythoughstudentswereencouragedtocontinuallyusetheirownimagestocomplementprintedresources.Thisenabledthestudentstocreateimagesthatwereoriginalandmorepersonalratherthanappropriatingfoundimagery.DistinctivestyleWhenIstartedoffIwasdrawingonpreviousexperiencesandinspirationcreatedaroundanimpressioniststyle.Marywasdevelopingimagesthatwerebeingpaintedusingasmallbrushandadabbingtechniquetolayercoloursandbuildsurface.Thistechniquewastimeconsumingandprovidingaminimalsurfacetextureastheacrylicpaintswouldshrinkastheydried.Shewastryingtodevelophighreliefsurfaceswithamaterialandtechniquethatwassatisfactorybutnotprovidingtheoutcomeshewashopingfor.ItwasatthispointthatMarysartisticdevelopmentandunderstandingofwhatstudioartwasaboutclicked.ShewasshownsomeBenQuiltyimages.Wediscussedhismaterialsandtechniqueanddevisedaplantotryandcreateasimilarsurfaceaesthetic.AfterseeingsomeQuiltyimagesIbecamemoreinterestedinimpastopainting.SointermsoftechnicaldevelopmentIwentfromshortbrushstrokestolongermoreexpressivestrokeswiththickenedpainttousingmodellingpastemixedwithmypaintandapaletteknife.MarydidnotuseanotherbrushafterthispointtocreatehernalworksofJohnaseriesoffourpaintings.FolioofworksMarysthemeofindividualitydevelopedintoafolioofconceptualdevelopmentandmaterialsresearchthatwasvariedandfarbeyondanythingshehadattemptedbefore.Shehaddecidedveryearlyonthatshewantedtoexperimentwithmoresculpturaland3Dmediums.MarysthemefocusedontwocharactersafriendsimageasaportraitandCheetahmanasasculpturalpiece.ThroughoutMarysrstfoliosheexperimentedwithclayasabuildingmaterialandacrylicpaint.Thesemediumswouldbeconsistentlyandextensivelyexperimentedwiththroughouttheyear.SuchwastheclarityandresolveofMarysconcept.InoneofmyrsttrialsIpaintedeachcolourlayerbylayer.OnceIbecamemorecomfortableandskilledatapplyingpaintwithaknifeinsteadofabrushIwasabletoapplymycolourswithoutlayeringthemindividually.IwasabletoplanthestrokesthatIwasgoingtomake.Thisallowedmetoapplyacompletesurfaceofmultiplecolours.WhileMarywasdevelopingherpaintingskillsshewasalsoexperimentingwithclayandmodellingcompoundtocreateseveralmasksofCheetahman.LikemanyofthisyearsstudentsMarywaswillingtoexperimentandtrialavarietyofmaterialsandtechniquesforarangeofpotentialsolutions.IhadanideainmyheadwhatIwantedmynalstolooklike.InordertoachievethebestpossiblesolutionIhadtodevelopcertainskills.Formeasateacherthisiswhatstudioartisallaboutsolvingvisualproblemstoattainacertainaestheticqualityandimagethatfullstheworkbriefandfocusstatement.JasonHusseyPenolaCatholicCollegeTipsforcreatingasuccessfulfolioofworkBepreparedcomeontherstdaybackwithsomeideasbrainstormsandinspirationbeexibleideasandconceptschange.Pickathemethatyouareveryinterestedin-thatwayyouwillbemorededicatedtoyourwork.Trytobeveryclearaboutthetopictheme.CommunicategetusetousingcorrectterminologyOrganisationandplanningutilisethetechnicalskillsofothersstaffstudentswhereneededtogetthenalsrealised.Researchartistsartformstechniquesmaterialsgoodresearchwillhelpyouwithyourartmaking.Trialandexperimentasmuchaspossiblethemorepotentialsolutionsyouhavethemorechoicesyouhaveforyournals.Planandorganizeadetailedtimelineandtrytosticktoit.KnowwhenSATsaredue.Avoidgettingboggeddownstuckwhenyouareunsure.Communicatewithyourteacherandotherstudents.Documenteverythinganddoitregularlysavestimeandstress.ConsiderthenalpresentationlookathowworksarepresentedLovewhatyouaredoing.Studioartsarticlecontinued ZartExtra_Term120105IdentifyUsselfportraitsbyICACaseyCollegePrepsLevel3andLevel4students.WhenthewordIdentitypresentsitselfintheArtStudiotheperfecttaskthatcomestomindistorepresentdepictoneself.HavingtheunderlyingthemeIdentifyUspervadingthroughouttheintegratedstudiesinthestudentsclassroomsitseemedonlyttingthatselfportraitsbecamethetaskinSpecialistArtlessonsfromPreptoYearSix.ItiswidespreadknowledgethatselfportraitscanbeasdiverseasthetechniquesandmediawillallowthinkoftheAnnualArchibaldPrize.SojustwheretobeginwithlimitednemotorandlisteningskillsofveyearoldsWediscussedthewordportraithowartistspaintimagesofthemselvesandtheprominentfeaturesonafaceandtheirposition.EarlyintheyearmanyPrepstudentswerenotadeptatcuttinglightcardboardletalonepapersovariousfacialfeaturescutfromcerealboxesweresuppliedtothem.Itwastheirtasktosortarrangeandrearrangethefeaturesontheovalheadshapeinordertocreateacollographface.WehadearsforeyessomenosesforlipsquitereminiscentofaMrPotatoHeadgameYetthisonlyservedtocreatesomeIdentifyUsawholeschoolunitwholeschoolunithumourandexcitementwithintheircompositions.WhenglueddownsomerubbingswerecreatedusingZartRubbingBlocks.Aninterestingaspectofthiswastokeepthepaperstill.Howeverwhenitmoveditcreatedalovelysenseofmovementwithoverlappingdoublefeatures.Thecollographbecameatemplateforyetanotherartwork.ItwascoveredwithPVAglueandaluminiumfoilwhichwasrubbedoverbylittlehandsthistookawholelessonfollowedbyanapplicationofinkwhichwaswipedbackslightlytorevealthemetallicareasinrelief.Recycledcardboardcametotherescuewhenconsideringtheframeallcorrugationswerecoveredinpaintfollowedbyspongingovertheuppercorrugationsinametalliccolour.Thesmallershapeswerecutbythestudentsmakingpatternsusingsimplerepetitionsofgeometricshapes.Thisresultedinaverythriftyandarrestingprojectindeed.Prepstudentsmadecollographfaces-focusonshapespatternsandrepetition. extensionLinksZartExtraArticles2001Term4CauleldGrammarSchoolDinnerPartywholeschoolapproachonMadHattersteaparty.2007Term4Mt.MarthaPrimaryWholeSchoolMuralbasedonstylesofAustralianartists.2006Term4FairhillsHighSchoolTeachingDesignYears712wholeschoolapproach.2005Term2VermontSecondaryCollegeThreeDimensionalFormsinArtDesign-wholeschoolapproachto3Dprojects.www.zartart.com.auwww.zartart.com.au6LevelthreeYearsThreeandFourcoveredthesametopicinanentirelydifferentwaybymakingaselfportraitusingtheirthumbprintandBridgetRileysOpArtexamplesasthestimulus.Whirlsarchesandloopswerediscussedalongwithsomeinterestingconversationsofhowcriminalsareidentiedbytheirverypersonalstampatthepolicestation.Theirprintswereenlargedonthephotocopierwhichprovidedthestudentswithanexcellentlargervisualandthejourneybegan.Throughcarefulobservationsthestudentsreplicatedtheirthumbprintthencontinuedtotakelinesforawalkbranchingouttotheparametersofthepage.Onecouldhearapindropasthetherapeuticdrawingtookplace.AtICAwehavebeenthinkingaboutpassioninteachingwhichinmycaseinvolvesutilisingmytalentsandabilitiesandimpartingsuchpassionandknowledgetothestudentsinordertoelicitresponsesbothvisualandverbal.Thisprocessinvolvesdiscoveryconsolidationrenementfamiliarityrisk-takingandunderstandingovertime.Viathisprocessstudentsexperiencetheincrediblelanguageofthevisualworldandthepleasurequestioningandfullmentthatemanatesfromit.AsamosaicartistinthehomestudiothelinkbetweenmypassionsandtheIdentityunitbecamethefocusforYearsFiveandSixstudentswhereaselfportraitwascreatedusingapapermosaictechnique.HavingtaughtmosaicarttoYearElevenswithspecictoolsoftilesnippersadhesivesetc.thetaskhadtobealignedmodiedtosettheyoungerstudentsupforsuccess.Consideringthetimeconstraintsofonelesson45minutesperweekpaperseemedthebestoptionformedia.VariousexampleswereshownviaaslideshowtointroducetheancientartformofmosaicsPompeiiandEmpressTheodorafollowedbycontemporaryexamplesintheirownimmediateenvironmentFlindersStStationDocklandswallAustraliaArcadeonCollinsSouthbanketc.Paststudentexamplesandmyowncompositionswereshownwhichignitedamyriadofquestionsandprovidedanexcellentstimulus.ThestudentsobservedtheirownportraitprintedinblackandwhiteonA4photocopypaperandrecordedtheimportantfacialfeaturesandhairlineusingcontourlinesingraphite.Thisgavethestudentsaguideastowheretoplacethemosaicpieces.Tonalrenderingwasalsopractisedbyobservingwhereshadowsandhighlightswerelocatedontheoriginalphotographandoncetherstpieceswerelaidthestudentscouldonlythencomprehendtheprocesswherebyshapescreatedpatternandhownegativespaceswereequallyasimportantasthepositive.Allelementsbecameinterconnectedthestudentsrealisedhowoneelementwasreliantontheotherinordertocreatethewhole.Anewvocabularyenrichedtheirwordpowerandthestudentsweresoonusingdialogueamongstthemselvessuchasandementirhythmtonalvariations.Ultimatelytheintegratedstudiesthemecanbethatcommonthreadthatpermeatesthroughalllevelsoflearningandpracticeintheartstudio.Asarteducatorsitisuptoustocreativelyseekavenuesinwhichlinkscanbemadeeveniftheyareonlysomewhatlooselyconnected.ThisIfeelisthebeautyofartappreciationwherethepracticecanbetailoredmodiedandpersonalisedtosuitorhaverelevancetothegiventheme.PetraGlasserVisualArtTeacherICACaseyCollegeNarreWarrenSelfportraitusingthestudentsthumbprintinuencedbyBridgetRileyGrades56MosaicportraitsinspiredbyPompeiiFlindersStreetStationwholeschoolunitcontinued PattersonLakesPrimarySchoolPeopleStThomastheApostlePrimarySchoolBlackburnBugsAltonaPrimarySchoolCeramicMonstersStBernadettesSchoolTheBasinSculpturesCareyGrammarDonvaleBirdNestsPenolaCatholicCollegeStudioArtMLCKewMondrianAnimalsMooroolbarkEastPrimarySchoolFeltedBannersSacreCoeurFinelinePenBodyArtBrunswickSouthWestPrimarySchoolQuiltsSacreCoeurStudioArtsStrathconaBaptistGirlsGrammarSchoolWaterLiliesMullaunaCollegePaintingsKillesterCollegeLinoPrintsCorowaSouthPublicSchoolCollagesThomastownWestPrimarySchoolShoesOvernewtonCollegeKeilorPencilDrawingsICACaseyCollegeIdentityExhibitingTerm12010Onshowuntilthe17thMarch2010ZartsStudentGallerySituatedupstairsintheZartCustomerServiceCentre.EachtermtheStudentGalleryexhibitsanewdisplayofworkfromyoungartistsrangingfromkindergartentoVCE.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobeexhibitedthatshowcasesnewideasandtechniquessuitableforallagelevels.PleaseemailimagesofworkyouwouldliketoexhibitoneterminadvancetoJanRokeronjanzartart.com.auAlsovisitwww.zartart.com.auZartExtra_Term120107ZartStudentGalleryBrunswickSWPrimarySchoolOvernewtonCollegeKeilorPattersonLakesPrimarySchoolCorowaSouthPublicSchoolStBernadettesSchoolICACaseyCollegeKillesterCollegeSacreCoeurAltonaPrimarySchoolCareyGrammarDonvale WanganuiParkSecondaryCollegeArtistinResidenceProject2009withMaxDarbyTheaimsforthisprojectwhichbeganinmidyear2009werefour-fold1.Toprovideanenrichingexperienceforstudentstoworkwithanartistandtolearnabouttheprocessesofdesignandprofessionalartmaking.2.Tomake3verylargepaintedinterpretationsapproximately4X2metresofthewholeSheppartonarea.3.Togetstudentstomaketheirownsmaller9X5paintedinterpretationsoftheareaofSheppartoninwhichtheylive.4.ToenhancetheatmosphereintheschoolauditoriumTheVisyCentrebyprovidingqualitystudentartworksforthewallsandtomakethatanon-goingprojectinsubsequentyears.AjointdecisionwasmadebetweentheartstaffandmyselftoworkwiththeYear9studentswhoaredividedinto2classesofabout24students.ThemajorreasonforchoosingYear9wasbecauseyoungerstudentsareoftenwelllookedafterandseniorstudentsarealwayswellsupportedbecausetheyarepreparingfororundertakingVCE.ItwasalsofeltthatYear9studentswhoperhapssometimesmissoutonsuchopportunitieswouldndtheprojecthighlymotivatingandinteresting.Thisisprovingtobethecase.Eachofthethreecanvasesis4X2metresinsizeandisbeingpaintedinacrylics.Detailsmaybeaddedlaterusingoilpaintsifrequired.Thebackgroundhasbeencompletedusingbroadbrushesandhandbroomsandmuchofthedotteddetailisbeingmadeusingcottonbudsandcigarettelters.Thelargescaleprovidesenormousspaceonwhichtowork.Italsopresentssomeenormousartisticchallengestobemetbythestudents.Theseincludedesigningandworkingonalargescaleusingcanvasandallofitspeculiaritiesforthersttimeandusingarangeofthinkingandimaginativeskills.Mostimportantlyfromaneducationalperspectiveworkingwithotherstudentshasprovidedinvaluableexperiencesincooperationexibilitynegotiationandtolerance.Thishasbeenoneofthemostsuccessfulcomponentsofthewholeprojecttodate.Eachofthe2classesiscreatingaseparatecanvasofitsown.OneclassismakinganaerialviewoftheSheppartonareaasitmightappearinWinterthatisingreensturquoisesandblueswhiletheotherclassismakingitsownaerialviewoftheareaasitmightappearintheSummerthatisinyellowsochresbrownsorangesandreds.ThethirdcanvasisbeingpaintedbymyselfandwillcontinuetheaerialviewofSheppartonthemebutwillbeinterpretedatnight.Ablackbluebackgroundwithhundredsofsmalldotsinyellowsorangesandredswillrepresentthelightsofbuildingshousesandcars.Aneveningightoverthecityinalightplanewillprovidetheopportunitytotakesuitablephotographsonwhichthisworkwillbebased.Thethreecanvaseswillbehungsidebyside.StudentshavetakentheresponsibilitytovisitGoogleEarthandGoogleMapstolocateviewsoftheareaandtondthelocationoftheirownhomes.TheMunicipalCouncilwasalsoveryhelpfulashaseveryoneelseinthecommunityoncethenatureandscopeoftheprojectwasexplainedandofcialsurveymapswereprovided.Smallgroupsofstudentsineachclasshavebeenorganizedtofocusonspecicareassothatviewsofthecountrysidefromeachsideofthecityviewsaboveandbelowthecityandviewsofthecityareaitselfwereinvestigated.Eachofthesesmallergroupshasbeenresponsiblefortheinitialsketchingoftheirownareaontothecanvasandhasalsobeenresponsiblefortheinitialpaintingofthoseareas.Currentlyallstudentsareworkingallovertheworkswhereveraneedisisolated.Studentsarealsomakingtheirownsmaller9x5interpretationsoftheirhomeandthesehavebeendeliberatelylinkedtotheHeidelbergSchoolworksmadeinasimilarsizeandformat.Thehistoryofthoseworkswassharedwithstudentsmakingtheprojectawell-integratedproject.MaxDarbyToseethecompletedworkspleasegotoourwebsiteundertheArtistinResidencelink.extensionLinksZartExtraArticlesTerm42005PenleighandEssendonGrammarPlacesandSpacesmarksandMaps.Aerialviewsandmapping.www.zartart.com.auwww.zartart.com.au8artistinresidence AnopportunitytoextendunderstandinginourculturallydiverseWorld.During2009theImmigrationMuseumdevelopedaprojectwhichdocumentstwointerculturalinterfaithlearningprojectstakingplaceinMelbourne.ThenaloutcomeoftheprojectisanexhibitionofstudentconversationsandartworkattheImmigrationMuseumandawebsitewhichwillprovidearesourceforschoolandcommunitygroups.Theexhibitionopenson27thNovemberandwillrununtil28thMay.Thewebpagewillbelaunchedonthesameday.Studentshavecontributedtoanon-linediscussionpageduringtheyear.Youcanaccesstheirconversationsbyloggingontomuseumvictoria.com.autalkingfaithsEducationinVictorianschoolsaddressesourculturaldiversitywithprogramscelebratingCulturalDiversityandtheCulturalDiversityWeekQuestAwardsexhibitionshowcasesthewonderfulwaysinwhichteachersandstudentsusetheArtstogivevoicetothecelebrationofdifference.TheTalkingFaithsprojectaimstodevelopinterculturalunderstandingbyintroducingtheinterfaithdimensiontolearning.Religiousdiversityisinherentinmulticulturalsocietiesandifwearetobuildrespectfulsocietiesitisimportantforcommunitiestodevelopthemeansbywhichwecancometoanappreciationandunderstandingofthemanybeliefsystemsthatarepartofourmulticulturalworld.Democraticvaluestherespectforhumanrightspluralismandtheruleoflawneedtoacknowledgethatreligionisanimportantelementofculturebeliefsabouttheworldandvaluesareacquiredgraduallyandthatcivicvaluescannotbedevelopedinisolationfromspiritualreligiousandmoralvalues.TheImmigrationMuseumprojectaimstooffertwomodelsoffacilitatedinterculturalandinterfaithdialoguewherebystudentsinthesenioryearsofschoolinghavetheopportunitytobuildunderstandingrespectandappreciationofdifferencethroughinterculturalconverstionsandcreativecollaboration.Ivelearnedthatweshouldgettoknowpeoplebeforewejudgethem.year10studentBothprogramsfeaturedintheprojectusedtheArtsasthemeansofrepresentingtheoutcomesforstudents.Musicpaintingandperformancebecomepowerfulmeansofcommunicatingrespectandunderstanding.Theexhibitionpromisestoprovideallvisitorswithmuchtothinkabout.Parentsteachersandclassmatesshouldallndsomethingtoconsiderastheyinteractwiththeconversationsofthestudentsandviewtheirartwork.SingingBowlMediaphotographerJohnSoneshascapturedthespiritoftheparticipantsinaseriesofcaptivatingportraitsandTamsinSharpsintimatelmsoftheirconversationsofferarareopportunitytosharethethoughtsofyoungAustralians.TheTalkingFaithsProjectisapartofthe2009ParliamentofWorldsReligionsOffsiteCulturalProgram.Toaccessfurtherdetailsofeducationprogramsandteacherpreviewspleaselogontomuseumvictoria.com.auimmigrationmuseumJoinMVteacherstostayintouchwitheducationprogramsatMuseumVictoriamuseumvictoria.com.aueducationmvteachersJanMolloyProgramsCo-ordinatorImmigrationMuseumZartExtra_Term120109ImmigrationMuseumMelbourneCulturalDiversity 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HeadlineNotesHeadlineNotesHeadlineNotesHeadlineHeadlineZartArt-SupportingteachersincreativeeducationInspirationIdeasEducationUpdatesOnlineSupportTipsTechniquesTerm2010RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003EXTRAZartArtMathsEngagedMindsAunitofworkwithlinksbetweenartandmaths.ArtistinResidenceAsculpturedevelopedbythestudentsatUrquhartParkPrimarySchoolwiththeguidanceofDeborahHalpern.TakeaWalkontheWildSideColourful3DsculpturesbasedontheartofNikiDeSaintPhalle.ItsallaboutTheProcessZartArt-SupportingteachersincreativeeducationInspirationIdeasEducationUpdatesOnlineSupportTipsTechniquesTerm22010RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003 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extensionLinksZartExtraArticlesTerm22005VermontSecondaryCollege3DimensionalFormsinArtDesignTerm12007SouthOakleighSecondaryCollegeNumber6RuedeSavoie.Term42007AveMariaCollegeAberfeldieStudioArtTriptychSequencewww.zartart.com.auartmathsengagedmindsTherearemanyobviouslinksbetweenMathsandArtsuchasmeasurementthreedimensionaldrawingonepointperspectiveetc.AsIwasgivenanallotmenttakingYearFiveMathsandArtIdevelopedaprogrammethatformallyconnectedthesesubjects.Usingenquirybasedlearningtaskswereundertakeninaspiritofexperimentationanddiscoveryratherthanproductorientated.Myaimwastoteachmathematicconceptsthatweremeaningfulenjoyableanddemonstratedtheconcreteapplicationofcertainskillsandhowtheycouldbeutilisedcreatively.OPTICALILLUSIONSThedenitionofanopticalillusionisanimagethatdeceivestheeye.Thestudentsexploredthiswithanumberofactivities.Halfthegroupdrewparticulardesignstheotherhalfdescribedwhattheyobserved.Theycheckedtheaccuracyoftheirobservationswithmeasurement.WestudiedmanyexamplesinArtfulMathswithstudentsselectingsometodrawandtrialontheirparents.Fromthistheydevelopedtheconceptofillusionandtheimportanceofaccuracyintheirmeasurementskills.TESSELLATIONSStudentswereinstructedtodraweightadjoiningsquares.Withineachsquaretheydrewanothersquareandthenaddeddiagonallinescornertocorner.Studentsselectedtheircoloursandobservedthatthisdeterminedwhethertheimagerecededwhenyoulookeddownonitandwhetheritwastwoorthreedimensional.ThenexttaskwastoexaminethetessellatedimageinTargetingMathsDictionary.Webrainstormeddifferentwaysitcouldbeconstructedandtheshapesitcouldbebrokenupinto.Studentsdiscoveredtheimportanceofaccuratemeasurementattentiontodetailsuchasrightanglesandselectionofcoloursastheyknewhowmuchitwoulddeterminethevisualeffectoftheircompletedimage.Thenalsessionwasinstructionalwheretheyhadnoideawhatthecompletedimagewouldbe.Verballytheywereinstructedto1.Constructa36cmsquare2.Markhalfwayalongeachlineandconnectfourdiagonallines3.Markcmdivisionsalongalllinesofthediamond4.Connectthesemarkstooutercornersofthesquare5.Markthecentreofthediamondconnectthecmtothemidpoint.Throughouttheactivitystudentswerediscussingwhattheywereseeinghowtheimagewaschangingandpredictingwhattheythoughttheywouldsee.Choiceanduseofcolourwasdebatedandstudentswerethrilledwiththeoutcomeoftheirwork.Thenalactivitywastheconstructionofapatchworkcushion.ThethreeskillsthatwereessentialweredrawingthedesignACCURATELYontoVilenecuttingsquaresandrectangles1cmlargerandlearningtoindependentlyusethesewingmachines.ThiswasallVERYchallengingbutalsoveryrewarding.Ihadanassistantandthreesewingmachinesfortwentygirls.Studentswhowerewaitingforamachineorassistanceworkedconcurrentlyonacomplexfoldedstarwhichtheyindependentlyorasagroupbrainstormedthemethodofconstruction.ARTYearFiveArtatthistimeinvolvedastudyofEscherandhisexperimentationwithregulardivisionoftheplane.Theystudiedhisfascinationofimagesmorphingintodifferentimagesforexamplebirdsmorphingintosh.Theythendevelopedtheirowndivisionoftheplanewithatessellatedimage.SusanClarkeArtMathsTeacherStrathconaBaptistGirlsGrammarSchoolwww.zartart.com.au4LinkingArtandMaths 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Inspirationforstudentartworkcomesfrommanysources.InthisarticleLisaSmithdescribesherrstandlastestencounterwiththeworkofNikiDeSaintPhalleandhowtheyinuencedherplanningofaunitofworkforYear9students.BackgroundBoldzanyenergetic.ThesewordsttheprolicartworkofNikiDeSaintPhalleFrance19302002.SheisnotwellknowninAustraliaonlycurrentlyrepresentedinTheArtGalleryofWesternAustraliabutisfamousinEuropeBritainIrelandUSACanadaIsraelJapanandKorea.DeSaintPhallesjoyousworkrstcametomyattentionin1983whilsttravellingwhenIdiscoveredthenewlynishedStravinskyFountainoutsidethePompidouCentreinParis.Iwasexcitedbytherevolvinglipsthatsquirtedwaterthetophatandbrightcoloursthatdazzled.Iknewnothingofitscreatorbutneverforgotthefountain.20yearsonandNikisartworkagaincametomyattention.IreadofTheTarotGardenSculptureParkinTuscanyItaly.WhocouldhavecreatedsuchfantasyFurtherresearchrevealedthatitwastheStravinskyFountaincreatorIbecameimmersedintheartofNikiDeSaintPhalle.In2008IjoinedThePeninsulaSchoolsarttourofSpainandItaly.FinallyIwasabletovisitthefamedTarotGarden.ThiswaspossiblythemostmemorableartexperienceofmylifeandthecatalysttothisunitofworkdesignedforYear9artstudents.AimStudentslearnoftheartworkofnewrealistNikiDeSaintPhalle.Thestudentsrespondtoherartworksbydevelopingsculpturesinspiredbytheartisttheirownexperiencesandimagination.LearningOutcomes1.StudentscreateimaginativeartworksinspiredbytheirownunderstandingofthehumanguremovingandtheartworkofNikiDeSaintPhalle.2.Studentsexploresculpturalvisualmediaandextendtheirskillsinmodellingguresmanipulatingtheartelementsofshapecolourlinetextureandform.3.Studentsrespondtothevisualpresentationoftheirartworksandappraisetheirownandeachothersresponses.Beforestartingthisunitstudentsshouldbecomefamiliarwithdrawingthehumanbodymoving.Theyshouldhaveexaminedlotsofphotographsandartworksthatdepicthumansmoving.DiscussionShowstudentstheartworkofNikiDeSaintPhalle.ResearchStudentsdiscoverbackgroundinformationaboutNikiDeSaintPhalle.Thisshouldbedonetobestsuitthelearningstylesofthestudents.Suggestionsincludeassignmentspowerpointpresentationsmindmapsandbrainstorms.ThemainconsiderationsareWhowassheWhendidsheliveWheredidsheliveWhowereherinspirationsWhatwereherinterestsHerpassionsHerlovesWhattypeofDiscussionResearchExperimentArtMakingExhibitResponsewww.zartart.com.au6Takeawalkon extensionLinkswww.nikidesaintphalle.comwww.niki-museum.jpenglishindex.htmwww.tate.org.ukliverpoolexhibitionsniki-de-saint-phallewww.zartart.com.auartworkdidshecreateKeypointsareNikisinfatuationwiththeartworkofGaudiandhervisittoParcGuellinBarcelonawhereshestatedshemethermasterandherdestiny.NotetheinuenceofmodernistssuchasDaliandDuchamponherartherinterestintherightsofwomenAfricanAmericansandNativeAmericansandherspirituality.ExperimentThestudentsthenchooseoneofDeSaintPhallesartworksthatparticularlyintereststhem.Theydiscusswhytheylikethatparticularartworkdownloadcopiesofitandgluethemintotheirvisualdiaries.Thestudentsresearchthestorybehindthepiece.WhywasitmadeWhenWhatmaterialswereusedtocreatetheworkWhereisithousedtodayWhatisDeSaintPhalleconveyingtotheviewerThestudentsmakesketchesofthework.Theymaywanttoadaptit.Theycreateorplanadesignfortheirownsculpturebasedontheirresearch.Aquickickthroughthewebsiteslistedattheendofthisarticlewillshowvarietyinthissubjectmatter.TherearesculpturesbasedonfamousguresinsportmusicmythologytheBibleandTarotCards.Moststudentswillndatleastoneartworkthatshouldinspirethem.ArtMakingMaterialsrequiredincludearmaturewirenewspapermaskingtapestringwiremeshModrocacrylicpaintZartNon-dripGlossVarnishtackygluesequinsplasticmosaicpieces.ToolsrequiredincludewirecuttersorpliersscissorstocutModrocemptyyoghurtoricecreamcontainers.Step1-WorkfromsketchesinspiredbyoneofDeSaintPhallessculpturesandusearmaturewiretocreatetheoutlineofthesculpture.Theskillsoftwistingwiretojoinitmayneedtobedemonstrated.Reinforcethesafetyfeatureofplacingaloopattheendsofthewiretoavoidaneyebeingpokedout.Step2-Supportthebodyoutlineofwirewithhorizontalwiresthataretwistedtotheexteriortodelineatethewaistchestfeethandselbowsandheadsothatthegurestartstobecome3dimensional.Step3-Screwupnewspaperpiecestoactasthepaddingoreshforthewireskeleton.Securethenewspaperwithmaskingtapeorstring.Step4-Noteproportion.ArethelegsarmsinthecorrectpositionandsizeinrelationtotherestofthebodySomeguresmaybedeliberatelyexaggerated.CoverthearmaturewithModroc.UsingsuitablescissorsthatcanaffordtobebluntcutModrocintomanageablestripssoakinwaterthatisinplasticicecreamoryoghurtcontainersZartExtra_Term220107RespondingtotheArtswipeoffexcesswaterontherimofthecontainerplaceontoarmatureinanyatpositionandmostimportantlysmoothouttheModrocpiecewithanindexngertoraisetheplastertothesurfaceandensureasmoothnish.ThisisbestdoneonoutsidetablesifpossibleasModrocisamessymediumandtheplasterresiduehasanedustthatcanirritatelungs.CoverthearmaturewithonethoroughlayeroftheModrocbandagepieces.Step5-Allow24hourstodry.UndercoatwithwhitepaintgessoorevenathinlayerofplasterifthestudentshavenotadequatelysmoothedtheModrocbandage.Whendryusea2Bpencilandsketchinpatternstoaidpainting.UseGlobalAcrylicPainttopaintthesculpture.Stressbrightcoloursanevenapplicationofpaintandhardedgedpainting.Step6-Furtherdecoration.NikiDeSaintPhallefavouredmosaicsasamedium.Thestudentsmaywanttoembellishtheirsculptureswithsequinsbuttonsplasticmosaicpiecesormirrorstickers.Zarthasavarietyofmediatochoosefrom.AdherewithSupertac.WhenthesculptureisdrycoatitthoroughlywithZartNon-dripGlossVarnishtoenhancecolourandtopreserveit.ExhibitTodisplaythesculpturesitmaybenecessarytocreateastand.Oursolutionwastousewoodcutintocirclesandadowelrod.Ourdesignfacultyandarttechnicianaidedus.Thestudentsdecoratedthestandtoenhancetheirmodel.Response-SelfevaluationThestudentscompletedanappraisaloftheirworkwhichhighlightedthenewskillstheyattainedintheunittheiropinionoftheirworkwhattheyfounddifcultwhattheywouldchangeandwhattheylearntaboutlifefromNikiDeSaintPhalle.SomeofthesculptureswereobviouslyinspiredbyherandwereonthewildsidewithcurvybrightlypaintedfemalesasungodandaprayingBuddhawhilstotherstudentscreatedrealisticlookingsportsmensuchasacricketeraswimmerandabasketballplayer.Enjoyexploringthistheme.LisaSmithMiddleSchoolArtTeacherThePeninsulaSchoolMtElizathewildside extensionLinksZartExtraArticlesTerm12004SurreyHillsPrimarySchoolMosaicsStepbyStep.CamberwellGrammarSchoolArtistinResidence.MosaicsTerm42009St.JosephsSchoolMalvernMrs.OsFriendshipTree-ArtistinResidence.Mosaicswww.zartart.com.auInmanyschoolcommunitiesartissimplyseenasasubjectwherestudentshavefunandplaywithpaint.AsanartistandartteacherIseetheimportanceofsharingtheimpactthatarthasonstudentsaswellascommunitiestheimpactithasonselfdevelopmentsocialdevelopmentandcreativethinking.InApril2009UrquhartParkPrimarySchoolwassuccessfulinreceivingaStudentFocusedYouthServicesgrant.Ourprojectaimsweretoengageotherwisedisengagedstudentstocreatecommunitypartnershipsandnetworkstosupportfurtherartprojectsandtobuildonourartsculturewithintheschoolcommunity.Manylocalbusinessesdonatedtilesgluegrouttoolsgraphicdesignandprintingservicesandconcrete.OursculpturewasdevelopedbythestudentsatourschoolwiththeguidanceofDeborahHalpernanartistbasedinWarrandyteVictoria.Deborahworksinarangeofmediumsbutiswellknownforherpublicmosaicsculptures.AftersomeinternetsearchingandemailsInallytrackedherdownandwestartedadiscussionthatinspiredusboth.Whatgrabbedourattentionwasthattheprojectwewereabouttoembarkonhadhugepotentialtoengagechildrentopromotestudentshavingpositiveexperiencesachievingsuccessparticipatingbuildingrelationshipsandaconnectednesswithschool.Deborahwasintroducedtoourschoolandpresentedherworkatanassemblyafterwhichwehadawholedayworkshopdevelopingideasforthesculpture.Thechildrenwereinstructedtodrawwhatevertheylovedandfeltwasspecial.Thisdevelopedauniqueownershipandaconnectionbetweentheartworkandeachstudent.TheideaswerecollectedandDeborahchosemultipledrawingsthatbecamethebasisforthesculpturedesign.Thedesignendeduplookinglikeamotherwithopenarmsandanembracingskirt.Wedevelopedanartscommitteethatconsistedofveparentsandthreeartists.Theprojectwouldneverhavesurvivedwithoutthesupportandhardworkofthecommittee.Theyworkedonarosterwithaselectgroupofstudentseachweek.Whenselectingstudentsweconsideredimprovingachievementsatisfactioninstudentsrelationshipbuildingenjoymentattendanceparticipationandconcentration.Thecommitteeworkedforvemonthstiling.Precisecuttingandgluingofeachandeverytilewascriticalmeticulouswork.Priortogluingthestudentsparticipatedinafamilyfundayparentsandgrandparentscamealongandbeganwrappingthealuminiumarmaturewithexpandedmesh.Thearmaturewasthencoveredwithcementononesideippedandcoveredontheback.TheBallaratCityCouncilfundedaMeettheArtistsessionwithDeborahHalpernattheArtGalleryofBallaratwhichdrewattentiontoourprojectandassistedincreatingasupportnetwork.RegionalArtsVictoriafundedadocumentaryoftheprocessofcreatingtheprojecttheupsanddownscapturingthestudentsatworkthestudentsengagedandthestudentshappy.EachstudentfromgradetwotosixpaintedabisquetilewithunderglazeandclearglazeandtheUniversityofBallaratkindlyallowedustorethetilesintheirlargekiln.Studentspaintedwhatevertheywantedtoonthetiles.Eachstudentstilewasglueddownonthesculptureandcolouredwalltileswerecutandplacedasaborder.InNovemberBarryJamesCranesbroughttheirenginecraneandturnedoursculptureovertoenableustonishthegrouting.OnDecember3rdweinvitedthembackandtheycarriedthesculptureintoplacewithalargecrane.Theyplacedherdownandshewashomeonceattachedrmlytothebasewithconcrete.Westartedtilingthebaseandnallycompleteditwithblackgrout.Bythisstagethecommitteewereworkingwithstudentstwotothreedaysaweekcuttingandgluing.FinallyoureveningcametheunveilingofBeautifulAngel.BeautifulAngelbroughttogetherourschoolandwidercommunityempoweredstudentsandcelebratedthejoysofartanditsinspiringnature.EmilyMoodyUrquhartParkPrimarySchoolMakingaDifferenceinthewholeschoolcommunitywww.zartart.com.au8ArtistinResidence extensionLinksZartExtraArticlesTerm12001CareyGrammarDonvaleIndigenousCultures.Term12009ProleArticle3VictorianTeachersVisitWarmunWA.Term42009JindivickPrimarySchoolColoursofPeru.www.zartart.com.auArtandculturehavealwayswalkedhandinhandandthishasalwaysbeenespeciallytrueforthetribalpeoplesofourplanetwhosearthasbeenwovenintoeveryaspectoftheirexistence.Inthelast15yearsithasbeenmyverygreatprivilegetoworkwithatrulygroundbreakingorganizationcalledSurvivalInternationalaworldwidehumanrightsorganisationsupportingtribalpeoples.Itstandsfortheirrighttodecidetheirownfutureandhelpsthemprotecttheirliveslandsandhumanrightsandisdedicatedexclusivelyfortherightsofthesesmallertribalsocieties.Survivalhasbeenalifelineformanyendangeredpeoplesandculturesforthelast40yearsandhasspreaditsmessageofrespectandprotectionforculturalandracialdiversitytothefarthestreachesofourearth.FromcentralLondontotherainforestsofSarawakfromdowntownSanFranciscototheSiberiantundraSurvivalhasfoughtfortherightsofpeopleswhomightotherwisenothavehadavoiceloudenoughtobeheardonnationalandinternationalstages.InhelpingtopromotetheaimsofSurvivalinourownsmallwaymypartnerJacquieandIarefortunateenoughtohavebeeninapositiontohaverunmanyworkshopsinschoolsuniversitiesinciviccentresandatfestivals.IntheArtswehavemadetribalmaskspaintedfacesandbodiesbuiltceremonialheaddressescreatedtotemsandhelpedpeoplemakejewelleryallbasedontribalartanddesigns.Wehavedonethistofeedtheimaginationsofyoungandoldalikeandtohelppeoplerealisethepartsmalltribalsocietiesplayintodaysworldwiththeirvasttreasuretroveofideasartscultureandmillenniumofexperience.Itisestimatedthatthereareover150millionpeoplewhocanbeclassiedastribalpeoplethereareover100tribeswhohaveyettomakecontactwiththeoutsideworld.Wehaveborrowedandappropriatedextensivelyfromtheartsandculturesofnumerousofthesemicrocivilisationsthathavegrownupalongsidethatofourown.Andyetinmanycasestheyhavebeenunceremoniouslycastasidebythejuggernautofourprogress.Intheworksofthemostavant-gardeof20thcenturyartistssuchastheSpaniardsPabloPicassoandJoanMirocanbeseentheunfetteredimaginationsandexuberantinventionsofcountlesstribalartistsfromtheculturesofNewGuineaandtheSouthPacic.AndnotonlyhaveourpictorialandsculpturalimaginationsbeenfedandwateredbytheserichveinsofancientculturalheritagebutalsoourHauteCoutureandourdecorativepersonalornamentationourfacemakeupourtattooedbodyartandpiercingsourmostingeniouspotteryourweavingsourmedicinesderivedfromobscuretribalhealingherbsandevensomeoftheverybuildingsweinhabitwiththeirsometimessimpleandintelligentenvironmentallyfriendlyearthcoolingsystems.Allthesenewviewsthathavefedourimaginationsandadvancedourownsenseofselfandourappreciationfornewwaysofseeingandbeingoweanuncountabledebtofgratitudetotheverymanysmallanddiverseindigenoustribalcultureswhosharethissacredearthwithus.ForJacquieandItobeabletosharesmallpartsofthelivesoftribalpeopleswithothersinfaceandbodypaintingmaskmakingandotherdecorativeartsisbutatinypaybacktothemillionsoftribalpeoplearoundtheglobeandasmallstepinacknowledgingthatweareallofussmallpartsofthisincrediblydiverseandfascinatingworld.SURVIVALfortribalpeoples.Toreadwatchandhearmoreabouttribalpeoplesvisitwww.survivalinternational.orgMikkiStoreyJacquieCoupeSurvivalInternationalWetheWorldZartExtra_Term220109CulturalDiversity DisplaysInternationalYearfortheBringingTogetherofCulturesLevels25DateThursday29thAprilTime9.20am3.00pmVenueZartArtCost130.00ExploringtheArtsodiferentculturalgroupsinourcommunityprovidesanopportunityorstudentstodevelopanappreciationothehistoryandexperiencesoourdiversepopulationincludingourAboriginalandTorresStraitIslanders.Thisworkshoppresentsactivitiesthatwilldevelopskillsincollagethreadsandtextilesmodellingandconstruction.Wewillmakelinkswithhistorygeographyandnurtureculturallyappropriatevaluesresponsesandbehavioursthatareinclusiveandrespectulandosterpositivesocialrelationships.CommonwealthGamesPeopleinActionandtheArtofIndiaLevels14DateTuesday25thMayTime9.20am3.00pmVenueZartArtCost130.00AsIndiapreparesortheCommonwealthGamesinDelhi2010wewillexploreartmakingactivitiesthatcelebratethiseventtogetherwiththeopportunitytoexploreIndiasrichanddiverseculturalheritage.Wewillcreate2Dand3DworksincorporatingmodellingcollageprintingandconstructionactivitiesexploringpeopleinactionandcreatingartthatisrichinportrayingthecultureandheritageoIndia.FormoreinformationbookingsandforVITStandardspleaserefertotheZartPDinsertorourwebsitewww.zartart.com.auZartCelebratesCulturalDiversityFreeCulturalResourcesonourwebsitehttpwww.zartart.com.auhtmlartcraftactivities.htmlPublicationsAvailablethroughZartArtZartArtExpoCelebratingCulturalDiversityJuly9th2010FreeDemonstrationsClearanceSaleLINKUsefulteacherresourcesthatcansupportyourartclassandschoolculturalprogrammesProfessionalDevelopmentWorkshopsActivity3DFiguresinActionSymbolswww.zartart.com.au10CulturalDiversityDuring2010wehavetheopportunitytocelebratetwothemesinourVisualArtLibraryandclassroomprogrammes.TheyareTheInternationalYearofRapprochementandthe2010CommonwealthGamesinOctoberhostedbyIndiabothcelebratingculturaldiversity.ZartArtwillbeconductingaworkshoponeachtoprovideteacherswithaprogrammetoexplorethesetwotopicsthroughthevisualarts.MakeupalistofCommonwealthGamessportingevents.Collectphotographsoftheseeventsandgroupthemintosimilarmovements.UsetheMagneticMannikinorCardboardHumanMannikintoduplicatethesemovements.Lookatexamplesofgraphicdesignsofsymbolsnotethesimplicityoflineandtheunclutteredform.Chooseasportanddrawanathleterepresentingthatsport.Stickguresorsausagepeoplemakeagoodstartingpoint.Workonthedesignuntilittrulyreectsthesport.1.Useasinglethicknessofnewspaperandgluetoformseveraltightlyrolledcylindersthesamesize.2.Cuttherollsintolengthsneededforthechosendesign.Kneeandelbowjointsneedtobecutatananglesothattheupperandlowerarmsandlegsttogether.3.Arrangethecylinderpiecesontoapieceofpaperadjusteachpieceifnecessary.4.ChooseawordassociatedwiththechosensportandtypeorwritethewordrepeatedlyoverasheetofA4CartridgePaperinsometypeofpattern.Photocopythenishedpage.5.Gluethecylinderpiecesinpositiononthephotocopiedpagetorepresentanathlete.6.Addpropssuchasbicyclesbasketballsoarsetc.withArmatureWireFloristWireSataySticksorPolyBalls.7.FramewithanA4PreCutMount. ProfessorTedSnellisdirectoroftheCulturalPrecinctfortheUniversityofWesternAustralia.HewaspreviouslyprofessorofcontemporaryartanddeanofartattheJohnCurtinGalleryCurtinUniversityofTechnologyPerth.HehasmadeasignicantcontributiontothelifeofAustralianvisualartsthroughhisrolesaschairofArtbankchairoftheAsialinkVisualArtsAdvisoryCommitteechairoftheAustralianCouncilofUniversityArtandDesignSchoolsandasaboardmemberoftheNationalAssociationfortheVisualArts.ProfessorSnellhasalsocuratedmanyexhibitionswrittenseveralbooksandcatalogues.HeisthePerthartreviewerforTheWeekendAustraliannewspaperandhasbeenacommentatorontheartsforABCradioandtelevision.Heisalsoapractisingvisualartistinhisownright.BelowispartofProfessorSnellsaddresstotheannualHatchedNationalGraduateShowatthePerthInstituteofContemporaryArt.ItalsofeaturedasanarticleinTheWeekendAustralianMay092009.ThoseinvolvedinartseducationwillndProfessorSnellachampionofourcause.ShapesoftheFutureLastyearHarvardandStanforduniversitiescalledforagreaterpresencefortheartsoncampusandinundergraduateandgraduateprograms.EarlierreportsattheuniversitiesofChicagoPrincetonandColumbiaappealedforsimilarfar-reachingchangesandreassertedinthewordsoftheChicagoreportthatartisacentralactivityofthelifeofthemind.Allthesereportsacknowledgethecentralityoftheartsinhumanendeavour.Theyalsoreinforcetheimportanceofthevisualandperformingartsinfosteringtheabilityofstudentstothinkimaginativelytobecreativerisk-takersandastheStanfordreportaddstomovegracefullythroughaworldofrapidchange.AccordingtothosewhodraftedtheHarvardreportitisnecessarydespitethegraveeconomicenvironmenttomaketheartsanintegralpartofthecognitivelifeoftheuniversityforalongwiththesciencesandthehumanitiestheartsastheyarebothexperiencedandpractisedareirreplaceableinstrumentsofknowledgethatallowinnovationandimaginationtothriveonourcampustoeducateandempowercreativemindsacrossalldisciplinesandtohelpshapethe21stcentury.J.RobertOppenheimerfatheroftheatomicbombandindisputablyamanwhoshapedthelastcenturytouchedonthissubjectwhenhecommentedthatScientistsandartistshaveaspecialgiftforusbothgroupslivealwaysattheedgeofmysteryandtheboundaryoftheunknown.Butperhapsitsthegreatskilloftheartiststogiveformtotheirmusingsinthismysteriouspenumbraofintellectualengagementandcommunicatewhatmightbeinaworldobsessedwithwhatis.Ifourfuturedependsoninnovationimaginationandtheabilitytoworkacrossdisciplinesthentheroleoftheartswillindeedbecentraltooureducationalmission.When70percentofthejobsthatwillexistin20yearsdontexisttodayandwhenitispredictedthatanindividualtypicallywillhavevecareersandatleast15jobstheartsareanessentialfoundation.Theyencourageagilityself-motivationandvisualacuity.Thesearethecharacteristicsthatassistinproblem-solvingandenablequickresponsestochangingconditionswitharangeofnewandtraditionalskills.Itishowthe21stcenturywillbeshaped.PermissionforthispartofthearticletobereproducedwasgrantedbyProfessorTedSnellSeptember032009Attheheartofgoodresearchisimagination-ProfessorRobertSaintDeanofScienceUniversityofMelbourneArtsEducationPaperCollagebyastudentatDingleyPrimarySchoolZartExtra_Term2201011ArtsEducation 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HeadlineNotesHeadlineNotesHeadlineNotesZartArt-SupportingteachersincreativeeducationInspirationIdeasEducationUpdatesOnlineSupportTipsTechniquesTerm2010RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003herscreeenorArtontheMoveTerm32010RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003OurPlaceDrouinWallHanging-visualrepresentationofthetownshipofDrouin.MandalaProjectStudentsjourneysandreectionsontheirlikesvalueswonderments.InterpretingAnArtistArtworksinspiredbytheboldbrightstyleofFriedensreichHundertwasser.ZartArtSupportingteachersincreativeeducationInspirationIdeasEducationUpdatesOnlineSupportTipsTechniques ContentsNewsEventsDates......2OurPlaceDrouin..........3ExploringAnArtistsStyle....4StudentGalleryTerm3......5MandalaProject...........6PDInsert........SupplementTheMakingofRalph.......7GiantSmokeRingGenerator.8Fantasy..................9SupermixTipsTechniques.10ZartInitiatives...........12ZartExtraISSN14488450ZartExtraispublishedquarterlybyZartEducationadivisionofZartArtPtyLtd.Thispublicationismailedpriortothefirstweekofthetermissuedate.Thisnewsletterallowsartteachersco-ordinatorstolearnaboutwhatishappeninginarteducationandwhatotherartteachersaredoing.Youwillndinformationonnewarttechniquesandprocessesthelatestmaterialsandresourcesonthemarket.Pleasenoteallpricesquotedarevalidforthedurationofthecurrenttermonlyandaresubjecttochangewithoutnotice.Theinsertofthenewsletterprovidesdetailsofourtermsworkshopssoteacherscanthencontactusandbookintotheworkshop.Duetovariouscircumstancessomeinformationmaybesubjecttochange.ZartArtZartExtralogoandmastheadareregisteredtrademarksofZartArtPtyLtd.AllcontentissubjecttocopyrightandmaynotberepublishedwithoutpriorconsentfromZartArt.AllsubmissionsbecomepropertyofZartArt.SubmissionsmaybepublishedintheZartExtraorpostedonwww.zartart.com.autheofcialarteducationresource.ZartArtreservestherighttoeditsubmittedarticlesactivitiesforcontentlengthandclarity.ZartArtSupportingteachersincreativeeducationZartoffersanextensiverangeoffineartmaterialsresourcescraftandtechnologysupplies.Youwillfindcompetitivepricesandefficientandquickservice.441LextonRoadBoxHillNorthMelbourneVic3129AustraliaPh0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auEzartartzartart.com.auAdministrationHoursMondayFriday8.30am5.00pmCustomerServiceCentreMondayWednesdayFriday8.30am5.00pmThursday8.30am6.30pmSaturday8.30am2.00pmTheEducationShowPleasecomeandseeusatTheEducationShowonthe78thofAugustatCauleldRacecourse.Formoreinformationonthiseventpleasevisitthewebsitebelow.www.educationshow.com.auEventsNewsUpdateswww.zartart.com.au2NGVInternationalGroundLevelEuropeanMasters19June10October2010StdelMuseum19th20thCenturybringstogetheraremarkablecollectionofmasterpiecesfromtheStdelMuseuminFrankfurtoneofthenestcollectionsinEurope.TheNGVistrulyprivilegedtohostthisexhibitionastheStdelhavecommittedonlythehighlightsofitsrenownedcollection.FeaturedworksarebythegreatestFrenchBelgianDutchandSwissmastersofthetime.IncludedareiconicNeo-ClassicalRealistImpressionistandSymbolistworksthroughtobreathtakingGermanExpressionistpaintingsandsculpturerarelyseeninAustralia.Opendaily10am5pmArtAfterDarkOpenuntil9pmeveryWednesday.AdmissionfeesapplyLuminaGalleryGloriousMindsWingsofFreedom1st-30thOctober2010AtributeexhibitiontothegloriouseffortsoffamiliesandchildrenwhoarelivingwithandovercomingthedifcultiesassociatedwithADHDandothercommondisorderssuchasanxietyanddepression.TopromotethisexhibitionLuminaGallerywillfeatureaTreeofLoveuponwhichdonatedtributeswillhang.AnInvitationtoExhibitWingsofFreedombirdsbutteriesdragonshasbeenchosenasthetheme.Youareinvitedtodonateabroochsculpturetasselorothertreedecorationtosymbolizeyourdesiretosupportfamiliessupportingchildrenwithgloriouslydifferentminds.Donatedtributesshouldbenolargerthan5cmsquare.Pleasesenda5entryfeetoLuminaGallerytosecureyourGloriousMindskitnametagbroochpinimagesandtextiles.AlltributesmustbesuppliedtoLuminaby12September2010andwillbeforsalefor25.YouwillalsobeinvitedtoattendtheExhibitionOpeninginearlyOctober.ProceedswillgototheADHDCoalitionofVictoria-aneducationandadvocacygroupwithavisiontopromotecommunityunderstandingandimprovesupportservicesforfamilieswithADHD.FormoreinformationpleasecontactSuzanneVialLuminaFibreArtsGallery89WaverleyRoadEastMalvern3145T95693860F98909340wwwluminatextiles.com.auGalleriesaroundVictoriaChristmas2010CatalogueLookoutforthelatestinChristmasproductsandactivitiesinthe2010ChristmasCataloguearrivinginyourschoolinAugust.Thisyearwehaveintroducednewinitiativestoassistyouinyourendofyearcelebrations.ArtTourProposed2011ArtandCultureTourofSpainOrganisedbyThePeninsulaSchool16DaysFriday1stJulySunday17thJulyBarcelona-Valencia-Madrid-SanSebastianLedby2experiencedandwelltravelledartteachersthetourwillbeappropriateforartanddesignteachersapprovedVITprofessionaldevelopmentseniorschoolartanddesignstudentstheirparentsandartlovers.ThetripincludesreturneconomyairfaresyingSingaporeAirlinesalltransferstaxes34starairconditionedhotelaccommodationdailybreakfast4dinnerssomemuseumentriesandsightseeingbustours.Estimatedcostof5900twinshareperpersonsubjecttochange.FormoreinformationandexpressionsofinterestpleaseattendourinformationeveningatThePeninsulaSchoolPavilionWoorallaDriveMtElizaonWednesdayJuly28that7.00pm.Drinksatbarpricesngerfoodsupplied.ForallenquiriespleasecontacteitherLisaSmithPh97887888Emaillsmithtps.vic.edu.auorDavidGregoryPh97887770Emaildgregorytps.vic.edu.auNGV19June10October2010EuropeanMastersIanPotterCentreNGVLightPlay2June7November2010SparklingcrystalsshthatrespondtoshadowandaviewthroughakaleidoscopeareallpartofchildrensexperienceinLightPlaythesecondcreativeinstallationforchildreninNGVKidsCorner.Childrenlearnabo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extensionLinksZartExtraArticlesTerm42005PenleighEssendonGrammarPlacesSpacesTerm32009StonningtonPrimarySchoolAboriginalArtMuralTerm42009KnoxGardensPre-SchoolIndigenousStudiesTerm42002TrafalgarPrimarySchoolAboriginalStudieswww.zartart.com.auWhereveryoulivethenaturalandman-madesurroundingswillhavesomeinuenceonwhoyouareandonthecommunityandculturearoundyou.Theseaspectsareworthyofdiscussionandexploration.StudentsinGrade56atDrouinPrimarySchoolwereaskedtoreectontheirlifeandplacewithinthetownofDrouin.Drouinislocated100kmeastofMelbourneinWestGippsland.DrouinPrimarySchoolhasapproximately200studentsofwhich15areKoorie.WehaveastrongrelationshipwithourKooriefamiliessigningapartnershipagreementwiththemin2009thatseesourschoolcurriculumembracetheKoorieculture.InresponsetothisourGrade56lookedattheworkofaboriginalartistSallyMorganandhowherworkreectsherrelationshipwithhercountry.Studentslistedthemainaspectsofherworknamelyheruseofbrightcolourbolddesignandstylizedshapes.InanefforttobetterunderstandherworkstudentsworkedinpairstoreproduceaSallyMorgandesignoftheirchoiceusingcollage.OurmainprojectwastouseSallysprinttitledMyPlaceasinspirationtocreateawallhangingbasedonthestudentsrelationshipwithDrouin.TherewasagreatdealofdiscussionbetweenthestudentsastowhatlivinginDrouinmeanttothemandhowDrouinmightbeperceivedbyvisitors.FinallythestudentsdecidedonsevenaspectsofDrouinonwhichtobasetheirdesign.1.ViewofMt.BawBaw2CivicParkDrouin3.DrouinsoralemblemTheFicifolia4.DairyIndustry5.Naturalbushland6.Kooriepopulation7.HeritagelistedAdministrationBuilding.Studentsdrewandcombinedmanyideasuntilnaldesignswereestablished.TheWallHangingwasdividedintosixpanelssurroundedbyasnake.EachpanelwasmadeseparatelyusingfeltandSupertaconahessianbackgroundandthenallthepanelsweresewnontopolycottonwiththesnakeasaborder.ThestudentsareextremelyproudoftheirworkandtheWallHangingwillbecomeavibrantandimportantdisplayinournewseniorbuilding.HowevertheprocessofthechildrenreallythinkingaboutwhatDrouinmeanstothemasaplacetolivewasthemostsignicantbenetofthisproject.Ithighlightedforthenon-Kooriestudentstherelationshipyoucanhavewithwhereyoulive.RobynFrancisVisualArtTeacherDrouinPrimarySchoolOurPlaceDrouinZartExtra_Term320103CulturalStudies extensionLinksZartExtraArticlesTerm12001NewcombSecondaryCollegeColourfulInteriorsInspiredbyHowardArkleysSuburbiaImagesTerm12006EastDoncasterSecondaryCollegeInspiredbyTheScreamTerm42007AveMariaCollegeAberfeldieStudioArtTriptychSequencewww.zartart.com.auExploringanartistsstyleThestudentsatOurLadyofSionCollegeinBoxHillusedtheartworksofFriedensreichHundertwasserasinspirationfortheirwork.Usingdifferentmediaeachclassproducedtheirinterpretationofhisworkwithamazinglydifferentresults.OurYear8studentsviewedmanydifferentexamplesoftheartofFriedensreichHundertwasser.TheAustrianpainterarchitectandecologistusedboldbrightcoloursexploredpatternandrepetitionofshapesandlinesinhispaintings.Weexploredhisstylethroughawidevarietyofpaintingsandarchitectureandfocusedparticularlyonhisimaginativeuseofrepetitivelinepatternandspirals.Therepresentationofbuildingslandformstreesfacesandhisboatismoredistortedfantasythanrealism.Asaclasswediscussedandbrainstormedasmanydescriptivewordsrelatingtohisartworkaspossibleandlistedtheseontheboard.ApassagefromRoaldDahlsCharlieandtheChocolateFactorywhenthecharactersrstentertheamazingfactorywasreadtothestudentsastheysketchedpossibilitiesforafantasyland.Thestudentscreatedaseriesofdesignideasfortheirlandscapebeforereninganddevelopingonenalidea.Inoneclassthestudentssketchedlightlyinpencilandthenallthelineworkwasdrawnwithwaxcrayons.Somemetalliccrayonswereusedforhighlights.Thecompleteddrawingwasthenpaintedwithwatercolours.Theresistmethodgaveemphasistothedrawnlinesandallowedthedrawingtoshinethroughthepaint.Intheotherclassstudentsstartedwithalightpencilunderdrawingoftheirfantasylandscape.Oncecompletedstudentsappliedwatercolourpaintsbeingcarefultoalloweachsectiontodrybeforepaintingtheonenexttoittoavoidcoloursbleedingintooneanother.Thelineworkwasthenemphasisedusingagoldpentoadddetailandtocreatepattern.Thestudentswereinspiredandinuencedbythisunrestrainedyetcontrolledapproachtodesignrespondingimaginativelyandcreativelytothetask.Itwasinterestingtocomparethedifferentcompositionsandaestheticqualitiesthatthestudentscreatedthroughtheuseofdifferentmediumsandscale.TheycompletedthisunitbywritinganartappreciationvisualanalysispieceononeofHundertwasserspaintings.JenniferSchwabEmmaDavidsonOurLadyofSionCollegeBoxHillwww.zartart.com.au4RespondingtotheArtsRespondingtotheArts CranbourneWestPrimarySchoolTonSchultenPaintingsBlackHillPrimarySchool3DDrawingsSchoolofGoodShepherdGladstoneParkMandalasHawthornWestPrimarySchoolRalphSaleCatholicCollegeClayCartoonMasksKorowaJuniorSchoolSharingOurHumanityWestbourneGrammarMarkerDrawingsBellPrimarySchoolPortraitsStCeciliasSchoolCollagraphPrintsStLeonardsCollegeFancifulCreaturesRiverGumPrimarySchoolFashionDesignersBillanookPrimarySchoolEndangeredAnimalPortraitsGeelongSouthPrimarySchoolAttheBeachDoncasterGardensPrimarySchoolSilkPaintingOurLadyofSionCollegeHundertwasserPaintingsDrouinPrimarySchoolWallHangingGlenWaverleySouthPrimarySchoolFinelineDrawingsWodongaSecondaryCollegeMasksDonvaleChristianCollegeIndigenousArtBalwynNorthPrimarySchoolJapaneseSashikoZartsStudentGallerySituatedupstairsintheZartCustomerServiceCentre.EachtermtheStudentGalleryexhibitsanewdisplayofworkfromyoungartistsrangingfromKindergartentoVCE.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobeexhibitedthatshowcasesnewideasandtechniquessuitableforallagelevels.PleaseemailimagesofworkyouwouldliketoexhibitoneterminadvancetoJanRokeronjanzartart.com.auAlsovisitwww.zartart.com.auExhibitingTerm32010Onshowuntilthe8thSeptember2010ZartExtra_Term320105BellPrimarySchoolBillanookPrimarySchoolKorowaJuniorSchoolDonvaleChristianCollegeRiverGumPrimarySchoolBalwynNorthPrimarySchoolCranbourneWestPrimarySchoolBlackHillPrimarySchoolZartStudentGallery MandalaProjectLikesValuesWondermentsTheideaforthepersonalmandalacamefrominitialplanningsuggestionstochallengeYr56studentsatSchooloftheGoodShepherdGladstoneParktocreateapiecethatreectedtheirlikesvalueswondermentsanddemonstratedtheirpersonaljourneyssofar.Welookedatthehistoryofmandalashowtheyareusedinreligiontoreectspiritualideasaswellashowotherculturalgroupsdepicttheirfaithandvaluesthroughthecreationofmandalaseitheraspiecesofartorarchitecture.Throughthisexplorationthechildrengainedagreaterunderstandingofhowotherreligionsandculturalgroupsuseartforspiritualreasons.Theygainedagreaterunderstandingthatartinsomecultureswasnotnecessarilyaboutaestheticspersonalexplorationandexpressionbutrathertoshowadeeperunderstandingoftheirreligiousbeliefsandunderstandingsoflife.ThedetailedBuddhistsandmandalascreatedbymonksoveranumberofdaysandthenceremoniallysweptawaysymbolisesthecircleoflifeaswellastheimpermanenceoflife.FollowingthediscussionandbrainstormingofwhoamIrecordingthewordsthatbestdescribethemselvestheirlikesandinuencesthechildrenbeganbyexploringtheuseofcompassestocreateconcentriccircles.Oncethatwasachievedtheytriedtointroducetheinclusionofothershapessuchassquaresdiamondsortrianglesontothecircles.Theythenbegantoplanhowtheyweregoingtorepresenttheirownideasandbeliefssymbolically.Thusbegananotherlayerofexploringthewordstheyhadusedtodescribethemselvesanddecidingwhichsymbolsorshapesweregoingtobeusedtobestrepresenttheseideas.Manychildrenusedwordswrittenrepeatedlyaroundthecircleswhilemanywereverycreativeinsymbolizingtheirwondermentsandquestionsaboutlifewitheverydaysymbols.Thepersonaljourneytheytooktocompletethisworkdemonstratedawillingnesstoreectaskquestionsofthemandreallythinkaboutwhotheyare.Formanyitwasarevealingandchallengingtask.Usingblacknelinersallowedthechildrentoworkwithgreatattentiontodetail.Thismediumallowschildrentoexplorethemanypossibilitiesofmarkmakinginaverysophisticatedandeffectiveway.Theydiscoveredthatrepeatedmarksmadeclosetogetherproduceddarkeranddensertonesproducingthefascinatingresultsthatcameabout.WorkingatLevel4ofVELSthechildrenwereabletoworkindependentlytoplanandexecuteaverydetailedpieceonethatreectedanunderstandingoftraditionalbeliefsbutproducedinacontemporaryway.Theycommunicatedavarietyofideasaboutthemselveswhileincorporatingtheinuencesthathavecontributedtotheirjourney.Explainingthereasonforsomeofthechoicesintheirworkwasanimportantstepintheprocess.Ithelpedthemtoverbaliseandreectmoredeeplyonwhomtheyareandwhytheyhavechosenparticularshapesandsymbols.Manychildrenwereabletoidentifyanddescribetheinuencesontheirownwork.Storiesowedeasilystimulatedbythesharingofideas.Theresultsarebeautifullydetailedandgraphicallyexcitingthesepiecesdrawtheviewertocomecloserandaskquestions.NathalieFraserSchooloftheGoodShepherdGladstoneParkwww.zartart.com.au6CulturalArt extensionLinksZartExtraArticlesTerm22006BeverleyHillsPrimarySchoolDontFenceMeInTerm22004KalindaPrimarySchoolKnittinginSchoolHoursTerm12006St.FrancisXavierPrimarySchoolTheManyFacesofOurSchoolCommunityFeltingProjectwww.zartart.com.auThemakingofRalphArtteachersaroundAustraliaareadaptingtothedisruptionofBuildingTheEducationRevolutionBERbycomingupwithinnovativevisualartprogramsthataretransportablewiththeminimumoffuss.ReadhowMicheleFreeland-SmallfromHawthornWestPrimarySchoolengagedthewholeschoolinaknittingunittocreateRalph.OnarecenttriptoPragueIwastakenbyanamazingmarionettepuppet-abedraggledlookingcharacterdressedinknittedclothes.IsuddenlybecameinspiredtorecreatesomethingattheschoolandgiventhecurrentworkingenvironmentthoughtithighlyappropriateTheschoolwasfacedwithmassiveupheavalundergoingrestorationprojectsandmassrearrangement-cranesmovingportableclassroomsboxesbeingpackedhurriedlytemporaryteachingspacesbeingmadeavailable.WithnoxedArtRoomtheVisualArtsprogramrequiredmobilityandease.CartingwoolandknittingneedlesfromoneclasstothenextwasmanageableanditseemedlikeagreatwaytoengagethewholeschoolinaworthwhileprojectwithminimumhassleandmessThechildrenandtheirfamilieswereverykeentoembarkontheprojectmakingalife-sizedcharacterthatwouldbecomeapartoftheschool.OurmostvaluedassistantwasGrandmaDoriswhobecameahugepartoftheschoolformanyweeks.WebeganbysketchingourideasbrainstorminghowRalphmightlookandhowhewouldbeconstructed.WithagreatdealofhelpfromtheparentsandanoverwhelmingamountofdeterminationfromthechildrentheGrade56slearnedtoknitsomeadvancingtofancystitchesandcastingonandoff.TheirdroppedstitchesuneventensionandadditionalcreativetouchesjustaddedfurthertoRalphsuniquenessMeanwhiletheGrade34childrenmadetheirownKnittingNancyorNedusingcardboardcylinderswithfouricy-polesticksattachedwithmaskingtape.CircularknittingwasbeingchurnedoutonmassasthechildrenweredeterminedtotakeithomeandcontinueinfrontoftheTV.ThetaskofngerknittingwithcolourfulwoolswasgiventotheGrade12children.Initiallythiswasquitetrickyhoweveroncemasteredthechildrenreallygotonboard.ThePrepswereresponsibleformakingpom-pomsworkingwithshortlengthsofwooltoavoidtangling.Wenishedwithmanycolourfulballsofvaryingthicknessesdependentontheirlevelofconcentration.Whilstthechildrenbusilyknittedeventhroughouttheirlunchbreakasmallgroupsetouttomakethebodyofourpuppet.Wewereunabletondanoldmannequinthatwecouldtransformsoweboundcanewithgaffertapetoconstructthelargetrunk.LayersoflunchwrappaperdippedindilutedPVAgluewasdrapedovertheframewhichdriedastightandasstrongasadrumTheshellwasthensuspendedonapoleandsecuredintoawoodenbase.Theexcitingstageofdressingthepuppetthenbegan.GrandmaDoriscapablytookchargeinvolvingthechildreninsewingandcrochetingthemanyswatchesofknittingtomaketheclothing.Ascarfwasmadeusingtheleftoverknittingandwasdecoratedwithwovenstrandsofngerknittingandassortedbuttons.Amulticolouredfringewasalsoaddedtothebottomoftheouttbyhookingthengerknittingthroughcast-offstitches.Aballooncoveredwithpapier-mchwasusedforthehead.ThefacialfeaturesweresculpturedwithPaperMagiclaywhichwasperfectforshowingtheexaggeratedlinesandshapes.Hishandswerealsobuiltwiththesamematerial.Ralphhasbecomeawell-lovedcharacterintheschoolsfoyer.MicheleFreeland-SmallwiththechildrenandparentsatHawthornWestPrimarySchoolZartExtra_Term320107ArtontheMove extensionLinksZartExtraArticlesTerm12004CareyBaptistGrammarLightReectionExhibitionTerm22005VermontSecondaryCollege3DimensionalFormsinArtDesignTerm42003PendersGrovePrimarySchoolLinkingSciencewithArtTerm22010StrathconaBaptistGirlsGammarSchoolLinkingArtMathswww.zartart.com.auDuring2009BrunswickSecondaryCollegereceivedagrantfromArtsVictoriatofundaprojectthatworkedontheconnectionbetweenartandscienceexploringthethemeofartistasexperimenterandtheoriesofrelationalaestheticsusingtheschoolsexistingscienceandartcurricula.Awhistlesoundsandagiantballofsmokepuffsfromalargehexagonalwoodenstructurerisingandoatingoveraseaofheads.Astheballofsmokeoatsforwarditslowlyandmagicallytransformsintoaperfectlysymmetricalsmokeringnearly2metresindiameter.Theringtravelsforwarddownthelengthoftheroomahaloofsmokerotatingandswirling.Ittravels30metresthecrowdfollowingitstrajectorywithgaspsofastonishmentanddelight.WeareattheopeningoftheNextWaveFestivalattheMeatMarketArtsCentreinNorthMelbournepresentingtheGiantSmokeRingGeneratortheproductofacollaborationbetweenartistScottMitchellandagroupofstudentsfromBrunswickSecondaryCollegethroughtheArtistsInSchoolsprogramfundedbyArtsVictoria.ScottMitchellisavisualartistandneartlecturerwithover10yearsofexhibitionexperience.Heworksregularlyoncross-disciplinaryprojectsandhasastronginterestinpublicspaceandcommunalprojects.ScottworkedwithaBrunswickSCartteacherLaraStanovictodevelopinnovativeprojectswhichlookedattheoverlapsbetweenartandscienceandexploredtheroleofartistasinventororexplorer.OneresultwasaYear7FantasticMachinesprojectinwhichoneclassofstudentsdesignedandbuiltsmallmodelsofmachinesnotyetinventedusingbasicmaterialssuchascardboardtubessataysticksmaskingtapeandpaper.TheotherarmofScottsworkinvolvedlunchtimemeetingsoftheScience-ArtClub.Theclubwasopentoanystudentattheschoolandrantwiceweeklyfor13weeks.Acoregroupofroughly10studentsproducedobjectsthatengagedwithvariousscienticphenomena.Emphasiswasplacedonquickproductiontechniquescreatingad-hocconstructionsfromsimpleeverydaymaterials.WithintheScience-ArtClubstudentsproducedsmallsmokeringmachinesconstructedfromcardboardtubesandrubbishbins.Followingthisinitialactivityaplanwasdevelopedguidedbytheartisttoconstructalargesmokeringmachine.Thislargermachinerequiredmorecomplexconstructiontechniques.Thesmokeringgeneratorwasdemonstratedtothewiderschoolcommunityduringalunchtimeevent.ItwasfantastictoseetherelaxedandopenapproachScotttookwithourstudents.Scottsapproachtohisartpracticefocusesoncommunityrelationsinwhichtheinteractionswithparticipantsareconsideredasmuchanartisticoutcomeastheobjectsproduced.Thiswascertainlythecasewithourstudentswhofeltagreatdegreeofownershipandprideinthegeneratoritselfabeautifulwoodenobject.LaraandScottproducedspecialt-shirtsfortheclubmembersfeaturingalinedrawingofthesmokeringgenerator.TheprojectrequiredconsiderabletimeandcommitmentfromthemembersoftheArtandSciencefacultieswhowereinvolvedinsupervisioncurriculumdevelopmentandorganisation.HoweveritalsobroughtarefreshinglydifferentapproachtoartGiantSmokeRingGeneratorArtSciencelinkfundedbyArtsVictoriamakingandthinkingaboutwhatartcanbeinaschoolcontext.WeareplanningtocontinuewiththeFantasticMachinesprojectatYear7.ForthosestudentswhoincombinationwithScottperformedthesmokeringgeneratorforanaudienceof800peopleatthelaunchoftheNextWaveFestivalitisanexperiencetheywillrememberforaverylongtime.KarenFergusonHeadofLearningArtsandTechnologyBrunswickSecondaryCollege8www.zartart.com.auLinkingArtScience OverthepasttwoyearsStLeonardsCollegeCornishCampusstudentshavebeeninspiredbyartistPamelaIrvingherthemessculpturesandworksonpaper.In2008year910electivestudentsvisitedPamelainhergalleryandstudioviewingtalkingtoherandexperiencingasliceofthedayinthelifeofasuccessfulartist.ThroughPamelasenthusiasmandinspirationthesestudentswereabletoreturntotheschoolArtstudiosdevelopingandpresentingmosaicsculpturesofimaginarybirdsemployingPamelasconstructiontechniqueswithwireanddowelarmaturecementcrockerytilesandfoundobjects.InSemester12009PamelaworkedasArtistinResidencewithouryear9and10electivestudentstocreateworksonpaperandagroupoffreestandingmosaicsculptures.TheseworkswerebasedontheimaginarycreaturesandgureswhicharearecurrentthemethroughoutPamelasstudiopractice.PriortoPamelasvisitthestudentsresearchedthemesfoundinPamelasworks.Throughobservationandvisualbrainstormingthestudentsdrewavarietyofanimalsanalysingtheconstructionoftheirformsbyusingsimplegeometricshapeslinkedtogetherbeforesketchinginfurtherdetail.TheythencombineddifferentanimalpartstogethertocreatenewanimalformsthuscreatingmythicalcreaturessuchastheMinotaurref.PicassoandhisthemesThestudentsthentransferredtheirimagesbyfreehanddrawingtheformsontopastelpaperrenderinganddetailingtheirimageswithsoftpastels.OnPamelasarrivalthestudentswererequestedtocreateathreepartdrawingusingthetechniqueExquisiteCorpseusedbytheSurrealiststostimulateideasandconceptsfromthesubconscious.Thisinvolvedfoldingdrawingpaperintothreesectionseachpersondrawingadifferentpartoftheimagewithoutviewingtheotherparts.Thewholeisnotseenuntilallartistshavecompletedeachsection.OurstudentsusedthethemeofmythicalcreaturesastheirinspirationemployingtheirknowledgeofPamelasworksandthepreviousdrawingexerciseasastartingpoint.ThroughdemonstratingandtalkingaboutherworksPamelaassistedthestudentsindevelopinggouachepaintingtechniques.Thestudentsthoroughlyenjoyedthechallengeofbuildinguplayersofcontrastingcolourstexturesandpatternstocreatevibrantandimaginativecompositions.AsanextensiontothestudentsexperiencePamelaalsointroducedthemtotheprocessofetchingontoacetatecreatingyetanotherdimensiontotheimagesthattheyhaddeveloped.ThisprintingtechniqueenabledthestudentstoexploreandextendtheirdrawingskillswheretheycouldemployarangeofArtelementswhenexpressingtheirideas.Theywerealsoabletoexperimentwithplatetoneduringtheinkingprocess.AllstudentsfoundtheexperienceofworkingwithPamelainvaluable.Herdepthofknowledgeandpassionforherworkwereaninspirationforallwhoworkedwithherastheyprogressedthroughtheartisticprocesses.GeraldinePollockVisualArtTeacherStLeonardsCollegeCornishCampusFANTASYextensionLinksZartExtraArticlesTerm42004CamberwellGrammarExquisiteCorpsesTerm12005ProleArticlePamelaIrvingWildThings3DMosaicSculpturewww.zartart.com.auZartExtra_Term320109RespondingtotheArts SupermixbyZartisauniquewaxpastelwithexcellentworkingcharacteristicsofflowblendingcapacityfidelityoflineandrichnessoftexture.Ithasthecapacitybycontrasttobeworkeddelicatelyinthefinestveilsorwithboldopenmark-makingattack.InthisexplorationoftheZartSupermixwewillshowhowitcanbeusedbyartistsinPrimaryandSecondaryschoolsrightthroughtoprofessionalartists.TheversatilityofthispastelisaconsequenceofaverybalancedformulaofwaxesoilpigmentsandmineralsdevelopedbyitscreatorEdalMarcus.ColourMixingTheSupermixisanidealmediumtoteachyoungchildrenthemagicofcolourmixing.Iftheyareusingtheirngerstomixtwocolourstogethertheresultantcolourisoftheirdoing.ThepurecoloursoftheSupermixandthesensoryexperienceofmovingthesoftcolourisonetheywillremember.Makeupcolourchartsbylayingdownoneprimarycolourandintroducinganotherbelowittomixandcreatethenewcolour.Dependingonthecolourtheychooseandthemixtheyusethecolourscreatedwillallbedifferent.Makeupaclasscolourchartwiththeresults.BlendingbyLayeringYoucanuseyourngerstopushthesesoftoilpastelsaroundthepaper.Byoverlayingcoloursyoueffectivelyblendthepastelstogether.Placeonecolouroverthenexteitherbycrosshatchingorwithdotsofanothercolour.Yourngerwillblendthecolourstogetherbreakingupthelinesordotsthathavebeencreatedoverthebackgroundcolour.Bycontinuingtolayercoloursandsmudgingyouwillbuildupthetoneshadeyouwanttoachieve.ThewhiteisanopaqueTitaniumWhiteandverylittleisneededtocreatetintsofonecolour.Youcanalsouseyourngerstoblendcoloursintoeachothertocreateeventone.Usethesheetsofblendedcolourstocreateabackgroundorinacollage.TryprintingonthecolouredbackgroundoncethesheethasbeenxedwithZartGloss.ImpastoPaintingTheuniquesoftnessofZartSupermixgivesyouapainterlyeffecttheyaresoftenoughtobuildupanimpastostylepaintingwithoutthemessanddryingtimeofoilpaints.Usethemonastretchedcanvasorcanvasboardandbuildupthecolourquicklytocreateathickvibrantandtexturednish.SgraftoThisisatechniquewhereatoplayerofcolourisscratchedwithaSatayStickorsimilartooltorevealacolourbeneath.Drawbackthroughthewaxedsurfacewithstartlingdirectnessandbeautytocarveouteithershapeorform.ShadingAgraphitepencildrawingxedwithacoatofZartGlosswhendrycanbehandcolouredwithsoftshadesofSupermix.AfewmarkingsofSupermixcanbeextendedbyrubbingwithapieceofpapertowellingtosoftlyshadeinthecolour.Thistechniqueofrubbingoffcolourwillgivetheimageasoftpasteleffectfurtherextendingtheversatilityofthisdrawingpaintingmedium.ImpastoSoftnesscreatespainterlyeffectsBlendingSmudgebuildupcoloursColourMixingCleanstrongpigmentedcolourswithexcellentworkingcharacteristicsofcolourchartwiththeresults.ofoilpaints.UsethemonastretchedcanvasorcanvasboardandbuildupthendSupermixbyZarisauniquewaxpastelcreatedwillallbedifferent.Makeupaclasspaintingwithoutthemessanddryingtimewww.zartart.com.au10 3DimensionalColourInterferencepigmentsilluminatescolourShadingLightlycolourtintgraphitedrawingsEncausticSgraffitoCreateeffectswithheatbyscratchingInPatterningSmudgingandcolourblendingZartSupermixtocreateincrediblepatternstakespractise.TheGrade5studentsatKentParkPrimarySchoolhavemasteredpushingtwoorjustonecolourwiththeirngertocreateamazingpatternsasshownabove.EncausticUsingahairdryerthepasteliscapableofastonishingencausticeffects.Watchthecolourmeltandattenwiththeapplicationofheat.ScratchbackintothesurfacewithaSataySticktocreatedesiredlines.PrintingCreateamonoprintbylayingdowncolourononesheetplacingitfacedownontoanothersheetofpaperanddrawingonthebackoftherstsheetwithapencil.Thepressureofthepencilwilltransfercolouredlinesontothesecondsheetofpaper.ThreeDimensionalColourInterferencepigmentsusedinthethreemetalliccolourscanilluminateandstrengthentheothercolours.Dontconnethemetallicsilvergoldandcoppertobeusedaloneblendthemintotheothercolourstocreateacolourthatchangeswhenviewedfromdifferentangles.HandyHintsGoldenruleIfthepastelisnotinyourhanditshouldbeinitscontainer.Cleanyourhandsandthepastelwithpapertowellingorasoftclothafteruse.Bysimplywipingthepastelcleanwithpapertowellingthepastelwillbecleanforthenextapplicationofthatcolour.Watchoutforpastelsleftontheoortheywilldamagethecarpet.IdealonCanvasCardBrownKraftCardWatercolourPaperCartridgePaperCoverPaper.Thein-builtdryingagentcreatesarubfastsurfaceafteraweekorsodependingonhowthicklythepastelisapplied.EncausticUsingahairdryerthepasteliscapableofastonishingencausticeffects.Watchthecolourmeltandattenwiththeapplicationratchbackintothesurfacewithatowellingorasoftclothafteruse.Bysimplywipingthepastelcleanwithpapertowellingthepastelwillbecleanforthenextapplicationofthatcolour.WatchoutforpastelsleftontheoortheywillFordetailsonourSupermixWorkshopon23rdAugustpleaserefertothePDInsertSupplementorvisitourwebsiteZartExtra_Term3201011a EachtermtheZartExtrawillreleaseanactivityforupcomingevents.ZartEducationActivityReleaseEventsofTermThreeSpecialEventSavetheDateDateThursdayAugust262010Time5.30pm8.00pmVenueZartArtBookinearly-limitedtotherst70respondentsTocelebrateBookWeekAugust21stto27thZartArtinjointpartnershipwithCBCAwillbeholdingaseriesofseminarsduringtheyear.Theinauguraleveningofdiscussionandquestionswillbewithapanelofillustratorswithafocusonblackandwhiteillustrations.TheseseminarswillbeheldatZartArtinBoxHill.Cost25CBCAmembersand35nonmembersBookthroughtheCBCAbyphone1300360436oremailviccbca.org.auBookinearlytoavoiddisappointment.TheChildrensBookCouncilofAustraliaCBCAisanot-for-protorganisation.Itwasestablishedin1945topromotechildrensliteratureandtoencouragechildrentoread.Itisanationalorganisationwithabranchineverystateandterritory.ZartEducationcelebratesBookWeekeachyearsoitseemedalogicalmovetojoinforceswiththeCBCAVictoriaBranchandwhenlike-mindedpeoplemeetsomethingfantasticemergesBookWeekAugust21st27th2010BuildingaBridgeandTeamBuildingFathersDaySeptember5th2010GiftideasCommonwealthGamesbetweenOctober3rd14th2010BuildingaBridgeandTeamBuildingFathersDaySeptemberdeasForstep-by-stepinstructionsonhowtocompletetheseactivitiespleasevisitthewebsitehttpwww.zartart.com.auhtmlartcraftactivities.htmlwww.zartart.com.aussswww.zartart.com.au12zartinitiatives 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ContentsNewsEventsDates......2HepiePots................3StudentGalleryTermFour...5PresentationofWork.......6PDInsert........SupplementBooksforBoys............7NewhavenCollegeArtsProgramme2010...........8WiredFabricDolls..........9RisoScreenPrinting.......10WholeSchoolScopeSequence..11ZartInitiatives...........12ZartExtraISSN14488450ZartExtraispublishedquarterlybyZartEducationadivisionofZartArtPtyLtd.Thispublicationismailedpriortothefirstweekofthetermissuedate.Thisnewsletterallowsartteachersco-ordinatorstolearnaboutwhatishappeninginarteducationandwhatotherartteachersaredoing.Youwillndinformationonnewarttechniquesandprocessesthelatestmaterialsandresourcesonthemarket.Pleasenoteallpricesquotedarevalidforthedurationofthecurrenttermonlyandaresubjecttochangewithoutnotice.Theinsertofthenewsletterprovidesdetailsofourtermsworkshopssoteacherscanthencontactusandbookintotheworkshop.Duetovariouscircumstancessomeinformationmaybesubjecttochange.ZartArtZartExtralogoandmastheadareregisteredtrademarksofZartArtPtyLtd.AllcontentissubjecttocopyrightandmaynotberepublishedwithoutpriorconsentfromZartArt.AllsubmissionsbecomepropertyofZartArt.SubmissionsmaybepublishedintheZartExtraorpostedonwww.zartart.com.autheofcialarteducationresource.ZartArtreservestherighttoeditsubmittedarticlesactivitiesforcontentlengthandclarity.ZartArtSupportingteachersincreativeeducationZartoffersanextensiverangeoffineartmaterialsresourcescraftandtechnologysupplies.Youwillfindcompetitivepricesandefficientandquickservice.441LextonRoadBoxHillNorthMelbourneVic3129AustraliaPh0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auEzartartzartart.com.auAdministrationHoursMondayFriday8.30am5.00pmCustomerServiceCentreMondayWednesdayFriday8.30am5.00pmThursday8.30am6.30pmSaturday8.30am2.00pmEventsNewsUpdateswww.zartart.com.au2NGVInternationalLuminousCities22Oct2010-13Mar2011NGVInternational180StKildaRoadPhotographyLevel3ThisexhibitiondrawnfromthecollectionoftheNGVconsidersvariouswaysinwhichphotographersinthe19thand20thcenturieshaveviewedcitiesashistoricalsitesbustlingmodernmetropolisesandarchitecturalutopias.Theselyricalimagesdescribethephysicalattributesofcitiesofferinsightsintothecreativeimaginationsofarchitectsandphotographersandembodythezeitgeistoftheirtimes.FreeentryHeideMuseumofModernArtMirka23October2010-1May2011HeideMuseumofModernArt7TemplestoweRoadBulleenVictoria3105ShowcasingHeidescollectionofworksbyoneofMelbournesbest-lovedpersonalitiesartistMirkaMorathisexhibitionfeaturesdrawingspaintingsandsoftsculpture.AnumberoftheworksweregiftsfromtheartisttoHeidefoundersJohnandSundayReedandareinscribedwithdelightfulpersonalmessagesthattraceanenduringfriendshipOpen10am-5pmClosedMondaysGalleriesaroundVictoriaChristmashoursZartwillbeclosedforChristmasonthe23rdofDecember2010andwewillreopenonthe10thofJanuary2011.EarlyBirdChristmasSaleSpecial3DayEventwithPreviewEvening-ShopEarlyavoidtheChristmasrushGreatSpecialsSuperDealsWhereZartCustomerServiceCentre.StartsThursday18thNovember5-7pmincludespreviewdrinksnibblesonarrivalFriday19thNovember8.30am-5pmSaturday20thNovember8.30am-2pmRetailSchoolswelcomeManualGoodsCreditIfyourschoolrequiresyourdepartmenttonishoutstandingbudgetmoneybyacertaindatethisyearandasyetyouhavenotworkedoutyourprogramrequirementsZartArtcanhelp.Wewillinvoicetheremainderofyourbudgetforgeneralartmaterialsnowsothatyoumayselectyouritemsasyouneedthemwithoutfeelingpressured.JustspeaktooneofourcustomerservicepeopleatZartandtheywillassistyouwiththisprocedure.LookTheartofAustralianPictureBooksStateLibraryofVictoria3December201031May2011ForthersttimeinitshistorytheStateLibraryofVictoriapresentsanexhibitionspecicallyforchildrenLookincludes120originalartworksby46ofAustraliasmostaccomplishedchildrensbookillustratorsincludingShaunTanGraemeBaseBobGrahamJeannieBakerGregoryRogersAnnJamesLeighHobbsRonBrooksandFraneLessac.Thisdelightfulexhibitiondisplayssketchesdraftsmock-upsnishedartworkandpublicationsdemonstratingthevariousstagesofdevelopingcontemporaryAustralianpicturebooks.CuratorMikeShuttleworthsaysLookgiveschildrenachancetoseeartworkfromtheirfavouritestoriesupcloseandexploretheprocessofvisualstorytelling.Lookisaninteractivehands-onexhibition.ItincludesfunactivitiesforchildrensuchasLearningtocreatetheirownillustrationsReadingandstorytimeMeetingartistsExploringlightboxesplayingwithFuzzyFeltandgamesandpuzzlesinspiredbythebooks.FreeadmissionLeighHobbsillustrationfromOldTomsHolidayLittleHareBooks2002inkpencilandwatercolouronpaperStateLibraryofVictoriaWelcome...Term42010 StageoneTheBRTisrolledintoaslablargeenoughforbothstudentstohaveenoughclayforthepressingmoldingoftheirsphericalforms.TheBRTslabiscoatedwithathicklayerofwhiteslipandtheslipimmediatelydriedtotheleatherhardstageusingaheatgunorblowtorch.InspiredbyaworkshopbyceramicartistNikkiHepiandtheamphoraeofancientGreecetheHepiePotsthatthestudentsofBallaratGrammarmakearetrulyinspirational.Theprocessissimplisticandsequentialenoughtoallowstudentsofvaryingdegreesofskilltoachievepleasingresults.Thereisabasicformulathatmystudentsfolloweachworkmustincorporateasphericalformabaseandaneck.Studentsareencouragedtoconsidertheelementsofbalanceformrepetitionandtheruleofthirdsduringtheirdesignprocess.Howtheseelementsarecombinedandtheworksembellishedthroughengravingtheadditionsofhandlesorspoutsisreliantontheircreativeinputandexploration.TheProcessTheclayusedisFeeneysBRTBuffRaku.Thisclayisheavilygorgedandwithstandsthethermalmisstatementthattheclayissubjectedtoduringtheprocess.Iusuallyhavemystudentsworkinpairsthisallowsthemtohelpeachotherwiththemanualhandlingandreducesthedowntimewaitingfortheslabrollerandheatguns.HepiePotsZartExtra_Term420103RespondingtotheArts StagetwoDuringthedesignprocessvariousliniermotifsandpatternsareexplored.Thesearenowappliedusingasliptrailertotheleatherhardsurface.ThecolouredslipsaremadefromstainsandthesamewhiteclayusedtocoverthesurfaceoftheBRT.Thesliptraileddesignsarenowfullydriedusingtheheatgunorblowtorch.CaremustbetakennottodrytheBRTasitstillneedstobepressmolded.Oncecolouredslipshavebeendriedtheslabisturnedupsidedownandrolledusingarollingpin.Thispushesthenowdryslipdesignsintothesurfaceandcracksthewhiteslip.Theslabisexaminedandvisuallyeffectivesegmentsareselectedandtornfromtheslab.StagethreeUsingthecarefullyselectedsegmentsthedecorativepiecesareusedtoconstructthetwohalvesofthesphere.Caremustbetakentojointhehalveswellwithoutdisturbingthesliptrainedpattern.StagefourThebaseandneckoftheworkcanbemadeatanystagepriortojoiningtothesphere.ThereisalwaysahighdemandontheblowtorchesatthistimesoIencouragemystudentstoproducetheirbaseandneckwhilstwaiting.Thebaseisattachedrstastheformbecomesweakeroncetheholeiscutfortheneck.StageveOncethebaseandneckhavebeenattachedthehandlesspoutorotheradditionsareapplied.Caremustbetakennottodamageorsmudgethenowdelicatesliptraileddesignortoaccidentlyllthesmallcracksinthesurfaceofthewhiteslip.Leftoverfragmentsofthecolouredslipcanbeappliedtotheadditions.ItisatthisstageIencouragemystudentstoincisefurtherdecorationintothesurfaceofthebaseneckandotheradditions.Keepingthedesignsboldandsimplisticseemstoworkbest.StagesixTheworksarebisqueredto1100Cthisishighenoughtoallowtheroughglazingtechniquerequiredtoremoveexcessglaze.AnyglazecanbeusedandIhaveexperimentedwithglossanddryglazesandbothproduceinterestingeffects.Theglazeisappliedwithspongesandbrushesmakingsurethattheglazellsthecracksandcrevices.Usingadampspongeremove90oftheglazefromtheformallowingglazetoremaininthecracksandonselectedpartsoftheform.Iretheworkunderreductionto1280CregardlessoftheglazeusedasItrytodrawtheironwithintheBRTtothesurface.Asandingstonewillremovetheveryroughsurfacefromthebase.Anessentialtaskifyouwanttoavoidiratephonecallsfromparentsaboutdamagedfurnituresurfaces.Caremustbetakenwhenusingaheatgunandblowtorches.Becarefulofammablesurfacesandalwaysweareyeprotectionastheclaywillpopandspithotfragmentsintotheair.IalsorecommendwearingNitrileglovesduringtheglazingprocess.RobHurleyBallaratGrammarwww.zartart.com.au4RespondingtotheArtsRespondingtotheArts LowtherHallDollsKillesterCollegeCubistDrawingsStMichaelsSchoolBerwickTreesMcKinnonPrimarySchoolRefectionsBeverleyHillsPrimarySchoolBlackWhiteHaileyburyCollegeBrightonPortraitsTotemsLangwarrinParkPrimarySchoolMargaretPrestonMerriangSpecialDevelopmentalSchoolDragonfiesArandaPrimarySchoolACTPresentationoWorkKingsleyParkPrimarySchoolWireWallHangingsBeaconhillsChristianCollegeChooksStMarysCollegeSeymourFlowersCanterburyPrimarySchoolMascotsWaverleyChristianCollegeOpArtLystereldPrimarySchoolGaudiArchitectureThomastownWestPrimarySchoolPatternswithaPurposePresbyterianLadiesCollegeJourneyoColourTinternSchoolAnzacDayScotchCollegeBooksbyBoysBrentwoodParkPrimarySchoolNameTagsZartsStudentGallerySituatedupstairsintheZartCustomerServiceCentre.EachtermtheStudentGalleryexhibitsanewdisplayofworkfromyoungartistsrangingfromKindergartentoVCE.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobeexhibitedthatshowcasesnewideasandtechniquessuitableforallagelevels.PleaseemailimagesofworkyouwouldliketoexhibitoneterminadvancetoJanRokeronjanzartart.com.auAlsovisitwww.zartart.com.auExhibitingTerm42010Onshowuntilthe23rdNovember2010ZartExtra_Term420105McKinnonPrimarySchoolBeverleyHillsPrimarySchoolWaverleyChristianCollegeMerriangSpecialDevelopmentalSchoolKingsleyParkPrimarySchoolStMichaelsSchoolLangwarrinParkPrimarySchoolLysterfieldPrimarySchoolTinternSchoolZartStudentGalleryldPrimarySchoolWaverleyChristiMrcStcMerriaeopmentalysPrimarTinternSchoolLanwarrinParkPrimarySchool PresentationofWorkDuringAprilthisyear28ArandastaffwerefortunatetobeabletoparticipateinastudytourofMelbourne.AspartofthedayspentatZarttheafternoonsessionprovidedtheteacherswithmanydifferentandpracticalnewideasforthepresentationofstudentwork.Manydifferenttypesof3dimensionaldisplayswerepresentedincludinganarrayofdioramasfoldedbookletsandpouches.ThesenewideaswerequicklyputtogooduseastheteachersexperimentedwithdifferentmaterialstomaketheirowndisplayitemsbackatArandaPrimary.Oneclassasaresultofthisworkshoppresentedtheirnarrativesinartistbookformat.IhavealwayshadastrongemphasisonVisualArtinmyclassroomusingthelessonstoallowthestudentstoexpressthemselveswhilstlearningnewtechniques.IndthatVisualArtallowsallstudentstosucceed.ArtisalsoanimportantpartofmyteachingbecauseIbelievethatitcreatesabrightandengaginglearningenvironmentforthestudents.WhileIhadalwaystaughtVisualArtandintegrateditintoInquiryBasedLearningUnitsIhaventapplieditaswellintootherareas.AtthePresentationofWorkworkshopIsawhowArtcanbeappliedinareassuchasLiteracyandNumeracy.MyYear56classhadworkedhardinTermOnewritingnarrativesandIwastryingtondawaytodisplaytheirnishedproductsotheclasscouldenjoythem.IdecidedthattheminibookideaIlearntattheZartEducationworkshopwouldbeaperfectwaytodisplaytheirwriting.Thestudentsselectedthepaperforthecovergluingitonthickcardboardtocreatethecovers.TheyfoldedA3papertocreatetheinnerpages.OncetheyhadnishedpublishingtheirnarrativesinWordItransferreditintoanotherdocumenttocreatetheindividualpages.Thestudentsillustratedtheirnarrativesandtogetherwejointlyconstructedthem.Ifoundthatthestudentsweremoremotivatedtocompleteandwriteanarrativeofahighstandardasitwasbeingpublishedintoabook.Theminibooksarethemostsoughtafteritemtoreadduringsilentreadingtime.Itgivesthestudentsgreatpleasuretoseetheirwritingbeingenjoyedbyothers.TheminibooksweresuchasuccessthatIdecidedtousethesametechniquetopresenttheirinformationreportinourInquiryBasedUnitMurderundertheMicroscope.ThestudentsweregivenachoiceofcreatingaminibookpublishabrochureoraPowerPointpresentation.Themajorityofthestudentschosetocreateaminibookastheyhadenjoyedtheprocessearlier.ThestudentsresearchedavictimfromtheMurderundertheMicroscopewebsiteandwroteaninformationreport.Oncethishadbeennishedtheybeganworkontheirminibooks.Asthestudentshadpreviouslymadeabooktheyworkedonthistaskindependently.Oncetheyhadmadethecoversandpagestheygotontodesigningthelayoutofthepages.Thiswasrstdoneonscrappaper.Whentheywerehappywiththeirdesigntheybegantheirnishedproduct.Thestudentswereencouragedtobecreativeandmaketheirbooksbrightcolourfulandinteractive.Thestudentsusedpop-outpicturesfoldedmapsstripsofpapertoshowlengthcafmenusandenvelopestoenhancetheirinformation.WeendedTerm2withasuccessfulBookFairbetweentheother56classesinwhichthestudentsproudlysharedtheirqualityworkandenjoyedtheirpeerswork.TriciaButtersYear56ClassTeacherArandaPrimarySchoolACTwww.zartart.com.au6ClassroomArt extensionLinksZartExtraArticlesTerm42006GalleryStPaulsSchoolMonbulkTerm12009GalleryTemplestoweHeightsPrimarySchoolPriscillaWilliamsHeadofArtBooksforBoysHowdowelookfornewwaystostimulateboystowriteandillustrateAmagnicentsevenmetrelongresidentdragonnamedZingoracreatedbytheboysofScotchCollegeJuniorSchoolwastheimpetusforaprojectdesignedtopromotetheloveofliterature.During2009thewholeJuniorSchoolboysagerange512participatedinacollaborativeprojectintegratingLiteracyandtheVisualArts.Allboyswereinvolvedintheproductionofaseriesofseventeenprofessionallyprintedpicturestorybooks.EachboycontributedtotheirclassbookbasedontheadventuresofZingorabywritingthetextduringLibrarylessonsandcreatingtheillustrationsduringArtlessons.Zingorawascreatedin2008aspartofanartistinresidenceprogram.LynFerrallwascommissionedtoworkwiththeArtdepartmenttoproduceatextilemasterpieceinspiredbyChinaandtheBeijingOlympics.Everyoneintheschoolcreatedapieceforthedragon.Inabusysixmonthsallartworkswerecompletedandskillfullysewntogetherintoathreedimensionalsculpture.ZingorawasawakenedbytheChineseYouthSocietysspecialceremonyinDecember2008andboysparadedZingoraaroundtheschoolgroundswithexcitementandpride.Atthebeginningof2009ZingorafoundhishomeintheLibrarywherehespendshisdayssleepingandwatchingovereveryone.HoweveratnightitisawholedifferentstoryZingoramagicallyiesoutofourLibraryandhasadventuresallovertheworld.ItwasthisnotionthatignitedtheboysimaginationandbeforelongtheywerespeculatingonwhereZingorahadgonethenightbefore.SubsequentlytheideafortheZingoraPictureStorybookserieswasborn.TheprojectwascarriedoutduringTerms3and4in2009.Ownershipoftheprojectateverystagewasoneofthemainaims.Theboysselectedtopicsdemocraticallyandmadedecisionsduringtheentireprocess.TocomplementthevarietyofwrittengenreseachYearLevelfocusedonadifferentartstyleinconjunctionwiththeArtcurriculum.PrepwasbasedondrawingwithminimalbackgroundYearOneusedpapercollagewithhandmadepaperinspiredbyEricCarleYearTwoappliedpaintandglitterandwereinspiredbyphotographsYearThreeusedblackinkandcolouredpencilsandwereinspiredbyrealstructuresYearFourcreated3DmixedmediacollagesinspiredbyJeanieBakerYearFiveexploredalimitedcolourbackgroundandusedacrylicswatercolourandcollagetechniquesYearSixdrewwithblackinkandwereinspiredbytheillustratorNeilCurtis.Preparingthetextandillustrationsforpublicationwasalongprocessandtheboyslearntagreatdealaboutthepublishingindustryandtheimportanceofcarefuleditingandattentiontodetail.Althoughtheboysfocusedprimarilyontheirownclassbooktherewasafeelingofunitythroughouttheschoolandtheyenjoyedfollowingtheprogressofeachbook.Therewasalwaysgreatexcitementwhenoneoftheseventeenbookswasreadytogotothepublisher.Thiswasaselffundedprojectinthatparentsandthewiderschoolcommunitypre-orderedthebooksandthenumberofeachbookprintedcorrespondedwiththeorders.Subsequentlyitisthetypeofprojectthatcouldbeadaptedtoanysizeschoolandhavefarreachingbenetsregardingpromotingliteracythroughthearts.Eachbooksoldgeneratedasmallprotthatwasdonatedtocharity.ThebookswererecentlypresentedattheInternationalBoysSchoolsCoalitionconferenceinPhiladelphiaUSAandattractedagreatdealofattention.TheyarenowondisplayintheZartArtStudentGalleryforalltoread.JocelynPrideHeadofLibraryScotchCollegeJuniorSchoolZartExtra_Term420107LinkingArtwithliterature NewhavenCollegehadanexcitingstartto2010aswewerecelebratingour30thyearasaneducationalinstitutiononPhillipIsland.EachyeartheArtdepartmentorganizesavisitingartisttoworkwithstudentsfromyear7-11aspartofourartistinresidenceprogram.ThisyearIwasluckyenoughtosecureachainsawartistbythenameofAngiePolglazewhobyherincrediblereputationasaprofessionalartistisusuallyoverseascompetingforagoodmajorityoftheyear.FortheentiremonthofMarchsheworkedcloselywiththeyear10studentsbrainstormingideasassociatedwiththe30-yearhistoryoftheschoolaswellasitsoveralleducationalphilosophiesanddirectionforthefuture.StudentslookedatsymbolssuchastheschoolhousesystemandtheiremblemstheschoolsongourvaluessuchasRespectExcellenceResponsibilityHonestyandEmpathyandnallythefactthatweareaschoolonanislandsurroundedbythesea.AngiestartedwithanenormoustrunkofMacrocarpapinecutfromalocalfarmandshowedstudentshowshehadtocleandirtandbarkoffitbeforesheattemptedtodrawthenaldesignson.Itbecameevidentearlyonthatthistrunkwasgoingtobecomeathronelikeseatandmanyideaschangedduringtheearlycarvingprocess.AnimalsdepictedournaturalmarinelifeneartheschoolalargebookrepresentinglearningbecamethemainseatandtheHouseemblemsbegantoentwinethemselvesaroundtheentireseat.Eachdaymeantafreshlookattheoveralldesignandalthoughnostudentwaspermittedtousethechainsaweachgroupengagedinrobustdiscussionsonhowthenalseatwouldlook.OncecompletedstudentswherethengivenarangeofVipondPaintsandpaintedsectionsoftheseattohighlightsurfacetextureandnedetailofsomeoftheanimals.Todateitisoneofthemostusedobjectsontheschoolgroundsandisafeaturethatsitsbetweenthejuniorandseniorschools.NosoonerhadAngiedustedthesawdustfromherclothesshewasaskedtoalsobeinvolvedinacollaborativeinitiativebetweenPhillipIslandNatureParkandourstudents.EachyearPINPdonatesaround5000toourschooltoencourageourseniorstudentstobecomeinvolvedwiththecreationoflargesculpturalpiecesforourregionspublicspaces.Thisparticularprojectsawveofouryear9studentsfromtheenvironmentalcampusworkcloselywithAngietocreatealongbenchLoveseatforthegroundsofChurchillIslandasmallheritagefarmnotfarfromNewhavenCollege.AgainstudentsbrainstormedideasthatwouldreectthehistoryoftheIslandandthefarmingpracticesusedbytherstsettlerstotheregion.BecausethegroupofstudentswassmallAngiewasabletoalloweachstudenttousehersmallchainsawunderclosesupervisionforthenedetailwork.Thiswasadenitehighlightformanyandachallengingoneatbest.Allalongthebenchseatthereareimagesofapplescornpeasandvegetablesintertwinedaroundthecarvedbucketseatstorepresentthersthandsewngardeninthearea.AtoneendoftheseatboaststhebustofawomanwhosedesignwasusedonthebowofthelargestshiptoenterWesternportBayinthe1800sTheNewhavenCollegeArtsProgramme2010LadyNelson.AttheotherendincontrastisthemagnicentsweepingtailofthePeacockafeaturebirdofthisIsland.FinallythechunkyClydesdalehoovesthatsupporttheentirebenchrepresenttheoriginalworkhorsesthathelpedthesettlersfarmandploughtheircrops.ThebenchagainwascarvedfromMacrocarpapinewhichisreadilyfoundontheIslandprimarilyplantedtoprovidewindbreaksforlivestock.SianAdnamHeadofVisualArtextensionLinksZartExtraArticlesTerm22010UrquhartParkPrimarySchoolMakingADifferenceTerm12010WanganuiParkSecondaryCollegeAerialViewsTerm42009StJosephsSchoolMalvernMrsOsFriendshipTreeTerm12006StFrancisXavierPrimarySchoolBoxHillTheManyFacesofOurSchoolwww.zartart.com.auwww.zartart.com.au8ArtistinResidence8www.zartart.com.au extensionLinksZartExtraArticlesTerm32006KillesterCollegeSpringvaleWhimsicalFabricDollsTerm22007MethodistLadiesCollegeKewFeltDollsTerm12007AltonaPrimarySchoolColonialFigureswww.zartart.com.auThegirlsatLowtherHallintheirquesttocreateaworkofartthatdisplayedtheirartisticcapacitycombinedlearnedskillsproblemsolvingandabovealltheirjoythroughtheprocessofcreatingtheseamazingdolls.ThespindlywireddollscreatedbyGrade3girlsdisplayhowanartiststechniquecanbeadaptedtosuittheskillsofmuchyoungerartists.TheinspirationforthesedollscamefromthebookcalledClothDollsfortextileartistsbyRaySlater.MyYear3classeshaveworkedonthisprojectforaterm.Thewireddollhasasimplewirearmaturemadefromthe3.0mmsoftaluminiumarmaturewirethatmeansitcanbeposedinavarietyofpositions.Dancersandacrobatscanbeusedassourcesofinspirationtocreatemovementandow.Thewrappingtechniqueusedtocoverthearmatureiseasyforthestudentstolearnandonlysimplestabstitchingisneededtoattachthebeginningandendsofeachstrip.MethodSeewww.zartart.com.augalleryt410lowther.httpformaterialsanddiagramMakethearmaturefollowingthemeasurementsofthediagram.GiveastudentapieceofPaperMagiclayaboutthesizeofapingpongballandshapeitoverandaroundthecircleforthehead.Thehandsareaddedattheendoftheproject.Timetostartthewrappingonananglewrapupanddownthearmaturestartingattheneck.Itisimportanttokeepthewaddingtauttocreatearmnish.Useaneedleanddoubledthreadtosecuretheendswithafewstabstitches.Itdoesnthavetolookneatitisjusttosecurethewadding.Whenthewaddingisovertheframeitistimetostarttousethecolourfulstretchyfabrics.Combinedifferentpatternsandcolourstogiveagoodeffect.HideousfabricscanlookwonderfulWrapthefabricsandsecuretheendswithlittlestitcheslargeeyedneedlesandthinPerleCotton8isperfectforyoungstudentstouse.Usemetallicfancythreadsribbonsetc.towrapandtiearoundandoverthefabric.ChenilleStemsaregreatforsocksandwrists.Teachthestudentshowtomakeagatheringrunningstitchalongthetopedgeofa10-15cmwideandabout60cmlongfabricstriptocreatetheskirt.Theycanbelayeredforeffect.Liningpolyestersaregreatvelvetsetc.PainttheheadswithPosterBlockpaints.AddhairwithWoolTopsknittingwoolsCurlyHair.Usefeltscrapstomakehatsandshoulderbags.Embellishthesewithbeads.AttachthedolltothestandwiththinArmatureWireinacoupleofplacesonthetrunkofthebodyandtwistthewireattheback.HotGluetherodtothestandtosecurermly.StudentscanthenposethegureinthewaytheydlikeitThisisawonderfullysatisfyingartworkwiththestudentslearningabigrangeofskillsandtechniqueswithafabulousresult.PamelaWoodLowtherHallAnglicanGirlsSchoolEssendonWiredFabricDollsZartExtra_Term420109CreativeSkills 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extensionLinksZartStudentGalleryZartExtraTerm12007DingleyPrimarySchoolStudiesofAsiaTerm12001CareyGrammarIndigenousCultureswww.zartart.com.auTheSpecialistsatCanterburyPSareahighlymotivatedandcollaborativeteamthatworktoensurethattheircurriculumsareconnectedasmuchaspossibletothescopeandsequencetopicateachlevel.DuringTerm1themusicteacherandmyselfstartedtodiscussthepossibilityofaWorldCupunitasanintegratedactivity.Theotherspecialistswerequicktojumponboardwiththeidea.WedecidedthatwewouldintegratewithLevel3andtheTerm2topicCulturalDiversity.ThefocusofthisunitisonimmigrationandSoccerisconsideredtheworldgame.ThesixLevel3classesrandomlyselectedoneofsixcountriesIndiaVietnamEnglandSouthAfricaChinaandItalyastheirclassteam.EachSpecialistteachercontributedtothedevelopmentoftheteamsandstudentsknowledgeofthecountrytheywererepresentingsothatattheendofthetermaWorldCupTournamentandExpocouldbeheldtocelebrateandsharethelearningthatoccurredovertheterm.TherulesandskillsneededtoplaysoccerweretaughtduringPEsessions.InMusicstudentslearntthesongsoftheWorldCupandtheirchosencountrysnationalanthem.IntheLearningResourceCentreeachclasslearnthowtoresearchtheircountryandpreparerelevantandvalidinformationforpresentationduringtheexpo.Studentsworkedingroupstocreatedisplayswhichincludedfactualpostersquizgamesandinteractiveactivities.Artsessionswerededicatedtothecreationofateammascot.TheprojectbeganwithapresentationofallPastWorldCupmascots.WediscussedeachmascotsfeaturesusingArtElementsandPrinciplesandwhyeachmascotwaseffectiveorhowitcouldbeimproved.Webrainstormedkeyfeaturesofthecountrythatmightbeusedtodesignmascots.Studentsconsideredoraandfaunafoodritualsceremoniesclimatecoloursanduniformsaselementstheycouldincorporateintotheirdesign.TherstchallengewastocreatealargeandsimpleA4mascotdrawing.Studentstracedtheirdrawingthroughtoscrappaper.Theyusedthispatterntocutouttwofeltshapesforthefrontandbackfortheirsofttoy.Aftertheycompletedasamplestitchtheyattacheddifferentfeltpartstotheirmascot.BecausesomedetailsweredifculttosewonsomestudentschosetouseSupertacorpermanentmarkers.Blanketstitchwasusedtoattachthefrontandbacktogetherandstufngwasaddedbeforeitwassewnup.Theclassesvotedandchoseonemascottorepresenttheirteam.Thenalcelebrationwasorganisedinvitationsweresenthometofamilieswelcomingthemtowatchtheeventsandvisittheexpo.SeveralYear4studentsrantheOpeningCeremony.AftereachcountrysnationalanthemtheyintroducedeachteaminItalianandthentranslatedintoEnglish.Theexpofollowedandstudentsfromotherlevelsvisitedthedisplayswhichincludedthemascotsandparticipatedinthegamesandactivitiesthestudentshadprepared.Aroundrobintournamentwasheldwherestudentscompetedagainstallteamstodecidewhowouldplayinthenals.Studentsshowedexcellentsportsmanshipandallstudentswereproudoftheirachievementsontheday.ThebilingualClosingCeremonyincludedpresentationofawardsandacknowledgmentstoeveryonewhomadetheprojectpossible.CelebratingtheendoftheprojectthroughtheTournamentandExpoallowedforstudentsparentsandstafftoshareinthelearningthatispossiblethroughcollaboration.DeirdreZabelVisualArtTeacherCanterburyPrimarySchoolWholeSchoolScopeSequenceZartExtra_Term4201011CollaborativeArtworks 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