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HeadlineNotesHeadlineNotesHeadlineNotesZartArt-SupportingteachersincreativeeducationInspirationIdeasEducationUpdatesOnlineSupportTipsTechniquesTerm2010RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003IconicLandmarksinPrintTerm12011RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003PortalsStudentsatMiddleKinglakePrimarySchoolcreatedportalsfortheirnewplayground.MakingLearningVisibleStudentsatSebastopolPrimarySchoolenhancedtheirclassroomwithvibrantdisplays.TalkingArtStudentsatTrafalgarPrimarySchoolworkedwithadigitalfacialanimationprogramintheartroom.ZartArtSupportingteachersincreativeeducationInspirationIdeasEducationUpdatesOnlineSupportTipsTechniquesRegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003dlnhiZartArtSupportingteachersincreativeeducationInZartExtraNewsletters2011Term1Term2Term3Term4PortalsStudentsatMiKinglakePrimaSchoolcreatedportalsfortheiplayground.pirationIdeasducationUpdatelkingArtudentsatTrafalgarimarySchoolrkedwithagitalfacialimationprogramOnlineSupportMakingLearninVisibleStudentsatSebastopolPrimaSchoolenhancedtheirclassroomiipsTechnique BlankPage HeadlineNotesHeadlineNotesHeadlineNotesZartArt-SupportingteachersincreativeeducationInspirationIdeasEducationUpdatesOnlineSupportTipsTechniquesTerm2010RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003IconicLandmarksinPrintTerm12011RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003PortalsStudentsatMiddleKinglakePrimarySchoolcreatedportalsfortheirnewplayground.MakingLearningVisibleStudentsatSebastopolPrimarySchoolenhancedtheirclassroomwithvibrantdisplays.TalkingArtStudentsatTrafalgarPrimarySchoolworkedwithadigitalfacialanimationprogramintheartroom.ZartArtSupportingteachersincreativeeducationInspirationIdeasEducationUpdatesOnlineSupportTipsTechniques ContentsNewsEventsDates......2IconicLandmarksinPrint...3SporeProject..............4ZartStudentGallery....45AlltheFunoftheFair.......6PDInsert........SupplementArtistsinSchools..........7LinkingNumeracywithArt..8AnimatedDrawings........9ClassroomDisplays........10ArtforWellbeing...........11NewResources.............11ZartCalendarTerm12011...12ZartExtraISSN14488450ZartExtraispublishedquarterlybyZartEducationadivisionofZartArtPtyLtd.Thispublicationismailedpriortothefirstweekofthetermissuedate.Thisnewsletterallowsartteachersco-ordinatorstolearnaboutwhatishappeninginarteducationandwhatotherartteachersaredoing.Youwillndinformationonnewarttechniquesandprocessesthelatestmaterialsandresourcesonthemarket.Pleasenoteallpricesquotedarevalidforthedurationofthecurrenttermonlyandaresubjecttochangewithoutnotice.Theinsertofthenewsletterprovidesdetailsofourtermsworkshopssoteacherscanthencontactusandbookintotheworkshop.Duetovariouscircumstancessomeinformationmaybesubjecttochange.ZartArtZartExtralogoandmastheadareregisteredtrademarksofZartArtPtyLtd.AllcontentissubjecttocopyrightandmaynotberepublishedwithoutpriorconsentfromZartArt.AllsubmissionsbecomepropertyofZartArt.SubmissionsmaybepublishedintheZartExtraorpostedonwww.zartart.com.autheofcialarteducationresource.ZartArtreservestherighttoeditsubmittedarticlesactivitiesforcontentlengthandclarity.ZartArtSupportingteachersincreativeeducationZartoffersanextensiverangeoffineartmaterialsresourcescraftandtechnologysupplies.Youwillfindcompetitivepricesandefficientandquickservice.441LextonRoadBoxHillNorthMelbourneVic3129AustraliaPh0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auEzartartzartart.com.auAdministrationHoursMondayFriday8.30am5.00pmCustomerServiceCentreMondayWednesdayFriday8.30am5.00pmThursday8.30am6.30pmSaturday8.30am2.00pmarteventsnewsupdateswww.zartart.com.au2NGVInternationalGustaveMoreauandtheEternalFeminine10Dec2010-10Apr2011180StKildaRoadTemporaryExhibitionSpace1LevelGHistoryhasbequeathedusagreatrepertoireoffemmesfataleswhoarenotScarletJohanssenorSharonStonebuthadGustaveMoreaubeenalivetodayheprobablywouldhavepaintedthemtooaskintotheendlessnumberofheroineswhocaptivatedhiminthelatenineteenthcentury.PowerfulandbeautifulwomenlikethelegendaryCleopatraandthevampiricMessalinathedeadlybutfascinatingSalomandLadyMacbethandluscioushaplessvictimsofmalelustsuchasHelenofTroybeautieswhosenamesarethestuffoflegend.MoreaubringsthemaliveforusaswellasmenlikeOedipuswhoseliveswereboundbytragicdestiny.AdmissionfeesapplyHeideMuseumofModernArtMirka23October2010-1May2011HeideMuseumofModernArt7TemplestoweRoadBulleenVictoria3105ShowcasingHeidescollectionofworksbyoneofMelbournesbest-lovedpersonalitiesartistMirkaMorathisexhibitionfeaturesdrawingspaintingsandsoftsculpture.AnumberoftheworksweregiftsfromtheartisttoHeidefoundersJohnandSundayReedandareinscribedwithdelightfulpersonalmessagesthattraceanenduringfriendshipOpen10am-5pmClosedMondaysGalleriesaroundVictoriaJoinUsSupportTheBigRead2011StateLibraryofVictoria10April2011TheChildrensBookCouncilofAustraliaVictorianBranchinvitesyoutojointhemandotherpassionatereadersonSunday10thApriloutsidetheStateLibraryofVictoriaastheyattempttosetaworldrecordforthemostchildrenreadingwithanadultatonetimeinoneplace.DetailsareavailablefromtheCBCAOfceviccbca.org.auPh1300-360-436andregistrationswillopeninearlyFebruary.ReadersmustregisterwithCBCAinabidtobeatthisworldrecordsobeapartofhistoryandregisterearlyLookTheArtofAustralianPictureBooksStateLibraryofVictoria3December201031May2011ForthersttimeinitshistorytheStateLibraryofVictoriapresentsanexhibitionspecicallyforchildrenLookincludes120originalartworksby46ofAustraliasmostaccomplishedchildrensbookillustratorsincludingShaunTanGraemeBaseBobGrahamJeannieBakerGregoryRogersAnnJamesLeighHobbsRonBrooksandFraneLessac.Thisdelightfulexhibitiondisplayssketchesdraftsmock-upsnishedartworkandpublicationsdemonstratingthevariousstagesofdevelopingcontemporaryAustralianpicturebooks.CuratorMikeShuttleworthsaysLookgiveschildrenachancetoseeartworkfromtheirfavouritestoriesupcloseandexploretheprocessofvisualstorytelling.Lookisaninteractivehands-onexhibition.ItincludesfunactivitiesforchildrensuchasLearningtocreatetheirownillustrationsReadingandstorytimeMeetingartistsExploringlightboxesplayingwithFuzzyFeltandgamesandpuzzlesinspiredbythebooks.FreeadmissionLeighHobbsillustrationfromOldTomsHolidayLittleHareBooks2002inkpencilandwatercolouronpaperStateLibraryofVictoria IconicLandmarksinPrint...AYear12studentsnalworkisasnapshotofoneofMelbournesiconicfacades.Rubyshareswithustheprocessshewentthroughtoproducethismagnicentwork.ThisyearinYear12ArtIdecidedthatIwouldliketoexploretypesofarchitecturefromdifferentlocationsandtimeperiods.Everycountryhasitsowntrademarkforfamousarchitecture.InUnit3IexploredandtrialledavarietyofmaterialstechniquesandprocesseswhichIusedasstartingpointsformybodyofwork.IthendecidedIwouldliketodolinoprintingverylargelinoprinting.TherstonewouldbebasedontheTajMahalinIndiaandthesecondpieceasacomparisonofLunaParkinMelbourne.Thesetwotypesofarchitecturearesimilarbutalsoquitedifferent.ThelargelinoprintofLunaParkwassomethingImountedontoapieceofhardwoodboardandthenpaintedtheedgesblack.Ialsoworkedintotheactuallinoprintitselfwithsoftpastelsandmounteditonahardwoodboardanddisplayedthiswithmynishedlinoprint.RubyFillipinoYear12ArtMullaunaCollegeMitchamhavealwayswantedtodotomakeitstandoutandmaketheviewerbeimpressedbyitssize.FirstlyItookmyownphotosofLunaParkinbothblackandwhiteandcolour.Thishelpedmewithsketchingmyideasnaldesignandcolourroughs.AfterthisIreducedasmallerdrawingto50thenphotocopiedontoanoverheadtransparencyandprojectedittofullsizeontothesheetoflino.ThelinocameinarollofwhichIcutoffthesizeIwanted.IcouldntusetheschoolsprintingpressbecauseofitssizesoIhadtoprintitontwoarttablespushedtogetherandthenbyhand.Ithenproceededtoprinteachcolourasrequiredonpaperwhichwasalsoonalargeroll.Itwasquiteadifculttasktheinking-upofeverycolourandIneededanotherpersontohelpmeregistereachcolour.IwasveryhappywiththenalresultwhichI3ZartExtra_Term12011PrintMaking3 StudentGalleryExhibitionOpeningT42010GALLERYREVIEWSTheSPOREProjectisaworldwideeffortdevelopedtopromoteawarenessforthesupportofarteducationandcreativityinday-to-daylife.Theprojectillustratestheimportanceofselfexpressionresourcefulnessandcreativityspecicallyhowtolookatonethingasimplepaperbagandseewhatitcanbeinsteadofmerelywhatitis.Theprojectwascreatedtobuildawarenessspecicallytoletpeopleknowtheimportanceofart.Artisessentialitpromotesintelligenceandcreativityanditsagreatexpressiveoutletthatinspirespeopletowardnewperspectivesonlifewhichweallneedandneedfrequently.Creativityisneededineveryaspectoflife.Itteachesustothinkdifferentlyandallowsustoconsiderotheroptions.ForthepastfewyearsindividualsclassroomsandorganizationsaroundtheworldconstructedandplantedthousandsofpaperbagmushroomsinsupportofarteducationandcreativityInMayof2010aworldwideeffortwasmadetospreadthemessage.TheofcialSPOREProjectcount-92plantings-46cities-15countries-10170mushrooms.ThankyoutoeveryonewhoparticipatedLetsbeatthatinMay2011.Afteryouhaveplantedyourmushroomssimplytakeadigitalphotoandsendittodougrhodehamelyahoo.comInclude1.yourschool2.yourcityandstate3.yourcountry4.howmanymushroomsyoumade.IwillthenpostyourphotoandinformationonthissitealongwithaworldmapsowecanseehowmuchoftheworldwevecoveredwithmushroomsDougRhodehamelProjectDirectorSporeProjectStrathconaBaptistGirlsGrammarChandlerParkPrimarySchoolMuchofthejoyandtrepidationconcernedwithparenthoodisassociatedwithourchildsgrowthwhetherthatgrowthisphysicalemotionalspiritualorcultural.Ouraimforourchildistobewellroundedandeachaspectisimportanttothatend.OnThursdayOctober7thIwitnessedmydaughterexperiencethenervesandthenexhilarationofhavingherartworkexhibitedinapublicforum.Indoingsoshewasabletoexperiencetheverysameemotionsasartistshaveexperiencedthroughouthistory.Thiswasanoutstandingopportunityforgrowthinpersonalesteem.Theexhibitionbroughttogetherstudentsteachersandparentsandthepositiveacknowledgementofallworksmeantthattheatmosphereduringtheeveningwassupportiveandsensationallypositive.Thediversityofworksalsomeantthattheexhibitionwasagoldmineforteachersastheydeveloptheircurriculumbutalsoshowedjustwhatanamazingarrayoftalentsouryoungstershave.IamextremelygratefulfortheopportunitythisexhibitionaffordedmydaughterandIcommendZartArtfortheirgenerosityofspiritinprovidingthiswonderfulgallery.BrettPullyblank.Parent-HaileyburyCollegeBrightonOnthedayalettercamefrommyschooltellingmethatIhadapieceofartintheZartStudentGalleryIwasveryexcitedbutalittlesurprisedmyworkwouldbegoodenough.Iwasstillveryexcitedwhenwearrivedatthegalleryasweremyfriendswhowerethereatthedoor.Iwasalittlecuriousashowmyworkwouldbepresentedandwhetherpeoplewouldlikeit.ThetechniquesusedinmypictureweretimeconsumingbutitwasreallygoodtohearthepositivecommentsaboutmyworkandwhenIheardthisIfeltproudandthismadeitreallyworthwhile.Ialsoenjoyedseeingtheartworkofotherstudentsfrombothmyschoolandotherschoolswhichwereallveryimpressivebutalsoverydifferent.Manytechniqueswerefamiliarsoitwasgreattoseetheeffortsofotherstudents.EveryonewasveryfriendlyandIhadareallygreattime.MilliePullyblank.StudentArtist-HaileyburyCollegeBrightonwww.zartart.com.au4Community ZartsStudentGallerySituatedupstairsintheZartCustomerServiceCentre.EachtermtheStudentGalleryexhibitsanewdisplayofworkfromyoungartistsrangingfromkindergartentoVCE.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobeexhibitedthatshowcasesnewideasandtechniquessuitableforallagelevels.PleaseemailimagesofworkyouwouldliketoexhibitoneterminadvancetoJanRokeronjanzartart.com.auAlsovisitwww.zartart.com.auExhibitingTerm12011Onshowuntilthe29thMarch2011CaulfeldSouthPrimarySchoolLinoPrintsChandlerParkPrimarySchoolMarionettesICACaseyCollegeRainorestsandPortraitsLauristonGirlsSchoolLinoPrintsMullaunaCollegeLinoPrintsNewhavenCollegeTextileDollsOurLadyHelpoChristiansSchoolBrunswickEastBirdMonoprintsPendersGrovePrimarySchoolStonehengePenolaCatholicCollegeMixedMediaRuytonGirlsSchoolWallHangingSacreCoeurClownsRootSystemsStFrancisoAssisiSchoolMillParkBearandChookPaintingsStrathconaBaptistGirlsGrammarClayFiguresTraalgarPrimarySchoolTalkingArtWestbreenPrimarySchoolHandsandFeetWheelersHillPrimarySchoolFlagsNewhavenCollegeSacreCoeurPenolaCatholicCollegeStFrancisofAssisiSchoolMillParkOurLadyHelpofChristiansSchoolBrunswickEastICACaseyCollegeCaulfieldSouthPrimarySchool5ZartExtra_Term12011ZartStudentGallery WhenitwasdecidedatSacreCoeurthattheJuniorSchoolArtShowwouldcoincidewiththeFrenchVillageFairinOctoberIknewexactlywhatpathmyPrep-6VisualArtProgramwouldfollowthisyear.IdecidedonaCircusCarnivalthemefocusinginparticularonClowns.ThethemewouldalsobelinkedtotheJuniorSchoolMusicalinTerm2whichwastitledVaudeville.AsIwasresponsibleforthepropsforthisproductionImadesurethatIwouldbeabletousetheartworkandrecyclesomeofthepropsfortheArtShow.WewerealsofortunatetoreceiveagrantthroughArtsVictoriaArtistsinSchoolsProgramandouraimwastolinkthiswithVisualArt.Film-makerGreggBrownspentapproximately14sessionsduringTerms23workingwithYear5studentstocreateananimationtitledBack-ipsandButteries.ThisprojectwassuccessfullyincorporatedintoourArtShowthemewiththestudentscreatingavarietyofcircuscharactersandpropsforthelm.IntheArtRoomthestudentsfromalllevelswereimmersedinresearchanddiscussionsoftheirexperiencesofthethemeandtheywereencouragedtoexperimentwithavarietyofmaterialsandtechniques.ItwasamazingtoseethediversityandrangeofresponsestoasimilarsubjectandwhenalloftheartworkwasnallyassembledtheskilldevelopmentfromPrep-6wasobvious.Thestudentsreallyusedtheirexperiencesknowledgeandimaginationtocreatesomeamazing2Dand3Dartworkthroughouttheyear.Eachlevelwasintroducedtoarangeoftasksincludingavarietyofspecicpaintingtechniquesprint-makingpapiermacheconstructionceramicsmaskmakingtextilesandvariouscollagetechniques.ThePrepstudentscreatedclayclownsonsticksandmixedmediaice-creams.ThestudentsfromYears12ALLTHEFUNOFTHEFAIRmodelledthemostwonderfulglazedceramicclownsandcreateddesignershow-bags.Thedelightful3DCarouselHorsesthatformedthecentre-pointofthedisplayweretheworkoftheYear34students.Theywerealsoresponsiblefordesigningandcreatingthelife-sizeclownpuppets.Year5studentswereinvolvedintheAnimationProjectformuchofTerms23soIdecidedtogivethemaninterestingtaskthatcouldbecompletedoutsidetheArtRoom.Theirtaskwastodesigndraftandcompletealong-stitchtapestryofaclown.AnumberoftasksrangingfromdesigningandcreatingcarnivalcharactermaskstomeetingthechallengeofpaintingMovingPicturesanddepictinganimageofwhatcouldbeseenwhilePeepingUnderaCircusTentreallykepttheYear6studentsthinkingoutsidethesquare.Thestudentscouldonlyshowaportionofanactandtheviewerhadtobeabletoimaginetherest.OurYear6studentswereinvolvedintheStonningtonCouncilandDuldigMuseuminitiativeClayforKidsworkshopsduringTerm3.WeusedtheArtShowthemeasthefocusfortheceramicsculpturesthatwereproducedduringtheworkshops.ThestudentscreatedclownsferriswheelsandvariouscircuscharactersthatwereaperfectadditiontotheArtShow.TheArtShowwascertainlyagreatsuccessandshowcasedtheenormoustalentofourwonderfulartists.SusanMcDonaldVisualArtTeacherSacreCoeurPREPGRADEFOURGRADEONEGRADETWOGRADETHREEGRADEFIVEGRADESIXwww.zartart.com.au6SkillDevelopment InTerm12010LaburnumPrimarySchoolreceivedagrantfromtheCityofWhitehorseArtistinSchoolsProgram.ThisgrantenabledtheschooltohaveartistJaneByrnefor11daystoworkonapaintedmuralwhichwastobelocatedintheirschoolhallatthebackofthestage.ThethemeforthemuralwastoreecttheSchoolValuesofIntegrityRespectResponsibilityPassionandOptimism.Thevisionofthemuralwastoreectthroughimagesthevaluesoftheschoolinsuchawaythatitwouldgivepleasureexcitementoptimismandasenseofinnocencetotheviewer.ChildrenfromyearspreptosixworkedwiththeirartteacherJulieMcCarthyandtheartistinresidencetobrainstormimagesthatwouldreecttheirvaluestatements.TheFablebyJamesThurberTheMothandtheStarprintedinthestorycollectionFablesforOurTimein1940wasusedasabrainstormingactivitytoleadthediscussionwiththestudents.ThisFablewasusedasthefocusforthemuralAlwaysreachanddoyourpersonalbestinwhateveryoustrivetodo.Gotowww.zartart.com.autoreadmoreaboutthisproject.JaneByrneArtistinResidenceJulieMcCarthyVisualArtteacherLaburnumPrimarySchoolIn2009MiddleKinglakePrimarySchoolwasburntdownintheFebruarybushres.WantingtodosomethingfortheschoolIappliedforanArtsVictoriaArtist-in-Schoolgrant.In2010SavaadFelichahighlyregardedYarraValleysculptorandcuratorofYeringStationartgalleryworkedattheschoolonasculptureproject.Hisrstencounterwiththestudentswasmetwithenthusiasmevidentbythechildrensjournalentries.Savaadcreatescircularsculpturesusinglaminatedmarineplythathasalasercutcircleremovedfromthecentre.Thesesculpturesarecalledportals.Itisthisnegativespacethatcreatestheconceptoftheportal.Inourprojectaportalwasanentrancetoanotherdimension.TheideabeingwhenyoulookthroughtheopeningitchangestheviewandallowstheobservertodriftintoaworldofimaginationliketheportalsinmanychildrensbookssuchasthewardrobeinNarniatherabbitholeinAliceinWonderlandandtheportalsusedintheHarryPotterbooks.Threeportalsranginginsizefrom1.2to1.8metresindiameterwereconstructed.Eachportalwaslinkedbyshapecolourandfoundobjects.Theywillbeinstalledinthenewschoolgroundsinsuchawaythatyoucanlookthroughtheopeningofoneportalontotheothertwo.ArtistinSchoolResidenciesGardenArt...Murals...ThefollowingtwoarticlesoutlineprojectsundertakenbytwoPrimarySchoolsduring2010undertheguidanceofavisitingprofessionalartist.Theyaretwoverydifferentprojectsbutbothprovidedtheopportunityforyoungartiststoworksidebysidewithaprofessionalartist.Gotowww.zartart.com.autoreadmoreaboutthisproject.RobynHenchelArtTeacherMiddleKinglakePrimarySchool7ZartExtra_Term12011Artistsinresidence DesertArtMultiplicationandDivisionFactFamiliesandtheWathaurungCultureDuringTerm3theGradeSebastopolPrimarySchoolstudentswererespondingwelltoalltheareastheywerestudying.TheywereespeciallyfascinatedbyAboriginalArtandIcouldseeareallystronglearninglinkbetweenthedotpaintingsofthecentraldesertartistsandourexplorationofrectangulararraysduringnumeracyandourstudyoftheWathaurungpeopleaspartofourWhatisanAustraliantheme.Itmadesensetodevelopaprojecttocreateonepieceofworkthatwoulddemonstratealloftheirlearning.Thestudentswerepresentedwiththelearningintentionsandthesuccesscriteriaforeachlearningarea.Theywerealsogivenachecklisttokeepthemontrackandtohelpthemmonitortheirperformanceduringtheproject.AboriginalArtLearningIntentionWewilldevelopanunderstandingofAboriginalCulturebylookingatAboriginalArt.SuccessIndicatorsWewillcreateartworksthatwilltellastoryoftheWathaurungpeople.MultiplicationandDivisionLearningIntentionWewillusearraystorepresentmultiplication.Wewillusefactfamiliestosolvedivisionproblems.SuccessIndicatorsArtworkcreatedwillshowrectangulararraysandwrittenmultiplicationanddivisionstories.ReadingLearningIntentionsWewillreadtheresourcesthatareavailabletolearnabouttheWathaurungpeopleandtondmultiplicationanddivisionstories.SuccessIndicatorsTheartworkcreatedandthelabelscreatedwillshowfactualinformation.StoryWritingLearningIntentionsWewillwritestoriestoexplainourartworktoanaudience.SuccessIndicatorsThestorieshavefactsabouttheWathaurungpeopleandmultiplicationanddivisionproblems.SpellingLearningIntentionsWewilldevelopalistofwordsforthegradetorefertowhenwriting.SuccessIndicatorsAllwritingwillbecorrectlyspelt.HistoryLearningIntentionToresearchthepeopleofBallaratbeforeEuropeanSettlement.SuccessIndicatorsTheartworkcreatedandthelabelscreatedwillshowfactualinformationabouttheWathaurungpeopleandtheirculture.WelookedatanddiscussedtheartworkfromtheCentralDesert.Wediscussedthestoriestheartworkcarriedandthelayersofstoriestheworkholds.Thedepthofthestoriesisnotforeveryonetoknow.Weexploredandmaderectangulararraysontheoorusingroundcounters.WenamedthearraysandidentiedmultiplicationandArraysAboriginalArtintheClassroomdivisionfactsforeacharray.A7by3array.Thereare7rowsof3or3columnsof7333333321777217x3213x72121732137UsingpaintcoverpaperandCottonFiltersthestudentscreatedrectangulararraysbyprinting.ThestudentswrotemultiplicationanddivisionstoriesabouteacharrayusingtheknowledgetheyhadgainedfromtheresearchtheclasshaddoneabouttheWathaurungpeople.Forexample3sheepwerebroughttoLakeWendoureebythewhitesettlers.Eachsheepate7DaisyYamplantseach.Thatmeanttherewere21lessDaisyYamsfortheWathaurungpeopletoeat.ThestoriesneededtobehiddensothestudentsusedtheZartPerspexGeometricShapesandcoverpapertocutandfold3Dshapes.Thestorieswereeditedandwritteninsidetheshapesandpaperstrippingwasusedtoconnectthestoriestothearraysontheartworkduringthedisplayprocess.Thestudentswereresponsibleforthedisplayoftheirwork.TheclassallworkedontheProjectTitleBannerwhentheyhadnishedtheirprojectsduringthemanywetdaytimetableswehadduringterm3.DiOlssonGrade34TeacherSebastopolPrimarySchoolwww.zartart.com.au8LinkingnumeracyArt ANIMATEDDRAWINGSFromadrawingora3dimensionalmodelstudentsatTrafalgarPrimarySchoolhavecreatedananimatedtalkingcharacter.WhatnextTechnologyisrapidlytakingoverallaspectsofourworldandisbecominganintegralpartofeducationwiththeartroombeingnoexception.TrafalgarPrimaryaschoolofapprox.328studentssituatedinWestGippslandVictoriaisembracingthesechangesintechnologyandusingittoengageandfurthercomplementstudentsworkinallareasofthecurriculumincludingthecreativeandvisualarts.InTerm22010Grade3and4studentsatTrafalgarPrimarySchoolbeganaunitonportraiturebasedonanactivityfeaturedinthe2009Zartcatalogue.Thisactivitywasadaptedbytheschoolandstudentswereaskedtocreatea2Dor3DmixedmediaportraitofsomeoneimportanttothemandrespondtotheirworkintheformofashortdigitalpresentationusingadigitalfacialanimationprogramcalledCrazyTalk6.CrazyTalkisaprogramwepurchasedafterbeingtrialledbymyselfandotherteachersintheCreativeArtsdepartmentwhothoughtthisprogramwouldbeausefulandeffectiveadditiontohelpengageandencouragestudentstorespondtotheirartandtoincorporatetheirincreasingknowledgeoftechnologyintotheartroom.CrazyTalkisafacialanimationprogramwhichwhenusedwithadigitalimageofanyformofportraitcanbeusedtocreateatalkingportraitwithfullfacialexpressionssimilartothoseseenintheHarryPottermovies.CrazyTalkgivesthestudentstheabilitytocreatescriptsrecordtheirownvoiceortypeatextdirectlyintotheprogramwhichisthentransformedintospokenaudiousingCrazyTalksText-to-Speechvoiceanalysistechnology.Thisprogramidentiesandpinpointsthemainfeaturesofthefaceusedtoexpressemotione.g.eyeseyebrowsandmouthandsyncsthestudentsvoicewiththemovementofthefacetocreateafullyanimatedpresentation.Italsoallowsastudenttosetemotionsfortheirportraitsubjectsandgivesthemtheoptionofadditionalfeaturessuchaspresetteethlipseyesmusicandaccessories.AswellasusingdigitaltechnologytoengagethestudentsmoreintheartroomIhavefoundittobeaneffectivewayofrecordingandassessingstudentlearningasitalsoincorporatesbothstandardsofVELSwithanemphasisonExploringandResponding.AllyearlevelsatTrafalgarPrimaryhavehadanopportunitytoplaywithandexplorethisprogramduringourEducationWeekNightSchoolprogramandhaveenjoyedseeinghowtheprogramworksandthevarietyofthingstheycandototheirart.Usingthisprogramwithintheartroomhasnotonlyshownincreasedengagementinrespondingtoartbuthasalsoallowedstudentstoexpandboththeircreativityandimaginationinartbeyondthetraditionalboundariesoftheartroom.Theincorporationofthistechnologyhasbeenwellreceivedbyallstudentsandstaffinthe34Unitandiscurrentlybeingextendedtootheryearlevelswithintheschool.AfreetrialversionofCrazyTalk6isavailablefordownloadonlinefromtheCrazyTalkwebsite.httpcrazytalk.en.softonic.comAmyMetherArtTeacherTrafalgarPrimarySchool9ZartExtra_Term12011DigitalTechnologyNBChildFaceMaskusedasastartingpointfortheportraitsfeaturedinthisarticle. DiOlssonusedherartteachingbackgroundtolivenupherclassroomandtomakeherstudentslearningtrulyvisible.WereFamousThisdisplaywasoutsideourroomfortheschoolcommunitytoseeourgradesachievementsduringtheyear.Whitepaperonarollwaspinnedtothedisplayboard.UsingawetbrushandblackpaintIwrotethetitleofthedisplayontothepaper.AphotoofeachstudentwaspastedontothepaperandPre-CutBlackMountswerepinnedintoplace.Thestudentswroteonthedisplaywiththickmarkerswhentheyhadreachedalearninggoalordemonstratedgoodlearningbehaviour.StrategiesforLearningBehavioursDevelopingpositivelearningbehaviourswasafocusformygradesoahugedisplaywascreatedinfrontoftheclassroom.Irolledoutwhitepaperandattachedittothewall.UsingawetbrushandblackpaintIquicklywrotetheagreedlearningbehavioursthatthestudentswereexpectedtodemonstrate.Thewritingwasverybigthedisplaywasvisibletoallthestudents.Wecouldcontinueaddingtothedisplayanditlookedfabulous.Thedisplaytook15minutestocreateanddidntrequireexpensivematerialsorbrilliantartmakingskills.ZartPaperBagsIusethesebagsbecausethesizeisperfectthecoloursareboldandbrilliantandthestudentsloveputtingthingsinandoutofthem.WeusedthemforourstorystarterideasandeachstudenthadonepinnedontheboardtokeeptheirTuningintoMathscardsin.Wehaveusedthemforspellingliststopostletterstoeachotherandwerollupourunnishedworkandputtheminthebagsforsafekeeping.ArtistBooksRatherthantakeuppreciousspaceonourdisplayboardsandtosavetimepinning4pinsintoeverystudentsworkwedisplayedourworkinavarietyofbookformatsandthenpinnedeachbookwith2pins.Itwasquickitcreatedinteresttoaatsurfaceandthelearningwasvisible.LabelsStripsofacetatewereusedtoconnectlabelstoourdisplays.Theyappedandbobbedupanddown.Thisalsocreatedvisualinterestandsavedspaceonthedisplayboards.ChalkMarkersRatherthanbattlewithBlutacandcoverpaperfallingoffthewindowswewrotedirectlyontothewindowwithPopartChalkMarkers.Thewindowprovidedmoreroomfordisplaysthenaturallightwasstillabletolightuptheroomandtheshadowsthatwerecreatedsparkedalotofinterest.FluidGroupingofStudentsInsteadofusingastripofcardwiththestudentsnameeachstudentdecoratedapaperfoldoutdollandgluedamagnetontheback.Icouldthenquicklycreatelearninggroupsonourtaskboard.Itmadethetaskboardsalittlepersonalisedalittlequirkyandalittlebitoffun.ClassBannerThestudentscreatedalargecalicobannerbydrawingandthenaddingpaintwhentheyhadnishedtheirworkorwhentheyneededtimeoutduringrecessandlunch.Alittlesplashofglitterhelpedtohighlightsectionsofthebannerwhenthelighthitit.Thestudentslovedthisbannerbecausetheydesigneditandmadeit.DiOlssonGrade4teacherSebastopolPrimarySchoolDiOlssonusedherartteachingbackgroundtolivenupherclassroomandtomakeherstudentslearningtrulyvisible.createanddidntrequireexpensivematerialsorbrilliantartmakingskills.ChalkMarkersRatherthanbattlewithBlutacandcoverpaperfallingoffthewindowsweClassroomwww.zartart.com.au10VisibleLearning AvailablenowthroughZartArtAtHolySaviourPrimarySchoolVermontSouthweemphasiseourVisualArtandPerformingArtsprogramsbypresentinganArtShowandawholeschoolconcertonalternateyears.In2010theArtShowcombineditsfocusonthecountriesinvolvedintheCommonwealthGamesandtheopeningofournewMulti-PurposeHall.AtthebeginningoftheyearweestablishedastaffArtsCommitteewhowasresponsiblefortheorganisationoftheshow.Thiscommitteeheldregularmeetingsthroughouttheyearandwasresponsibleformakingkeydecisionsinconsultationwiththestaff.Itkepteveryoneuptodatewiththeirprogress.Thechildrencompletedtwoartpiecesfortheshow.TherstpiecehadaMosaicstheme.EachlevelcompletedaMosaicspieceusinganddevelopingskillsappropriatetotheirlevel.Theprepscreatedtheirmosaicsusingtornpaper.Theyear12susedmosaiccardboardsquares.Theyear34susedmosaicceramictilesandtheyear56sworkedwithavarietyofbrokenceramictilesandcrockery.ThesecondpiecewasrelatedtotheCommonwealthCountriesinvolvedintheDelhiGames.Eachclassselectedacountrythatwouldinuencetheirartwork.Aspartofourcommitmenttodevelopingourgradesixchildrenasschoolleaderstheyalongwiththeirteachersformedavarietyofleadershipteams.Thechildrennominatedthemselvestoanareaofpersonalinterest.OneoftheseteamswastheArtsandCultureLeadershipteam.ThisgroupattendedmeetingswithourArtsLeaderandStudentWellbeingleadertolookatwaystheywouldbeinvolvedinthepresentationandorganisationoftheArtShow.Justthesameaswithanymeetingheldminutesweretakenandplacedinthechildrensclassroomlesontheschoolserverforthemtoaccessandreadagainifnecessary.AspartoftheirexperienceinbeinginvolvedwiththeArtShowtheywentonanexcursiontoZartArtinTerm3withtwoteachersfromtheArtscommitteetoseehowavarietyofartworkcanbedisplayed.Thisteamwasresponsibleforthefollowing1.CreatingayertoadvertisetheArtShowaroundtheschool.2.DesigningandproducingaPamphletthatwashandedoutonthedayoftheArtShow3.InvolvedinthemakingoftheEntranceSculpture-a3Dpieceofartwhichwasthebasisofthewholethemeoftheartshow4.Assistingwiththesettingupoftheshowaswellastakingitdownagain.5.Helpingwiththelabellingandmountingoftheartwork6.InformingclassesofwhatwashappeninginregardstotheArtShow.7.AssistingontheopeningnightoftheArtShowshowingparentsandstudentswheretogoandexplaininghowthenightwouldbeconducted.ThewholeexperienceoftheHolySaviourArtShowisquiteuniqueandspecial.Thechildrenandtheirparentsgetsuchathrilltoseetheirworksofartondisplayforalltosee.Muchhardworkisputinbyallmembersofstaffandthiseffortissoworthwhilewhenweseetheprideonthechildrensfaces.MeganHughesStudentWellbeingHolySaviourPrimarySchoolVermontSouthArtforWellbeingRealLifeJournalsGwenDiehnAJournalcanenrichapersonslifeandthisbookhelpsreadersdesignjournalsthatenhancetheexperiencestheyrechronicling.TheuniqueformatfeaturesanenvelopeattachedtotheinsidefrontcoverthatcontainsasmallbookcalledChooseYourOwnBookbindingAdventuresoreaderscanselecttheperfectjournalfortheirpurpose.180ppBK328Each...............31.8034.99TheNewPaperQuillingMollySmithChristensenThistitlepresentsaperfectintroductiontoquilling.Ifyoucancutrollandfoldpaperthenyoucanquill.Thisbookpresentsacontemporarytakeonthistraditionalcraftexplainingthebasicsbeforetakingyoutothenextlevel.128ppBK432Each...............18.1719.99DrawnToStitchGwenHedleyLineisanessentialcomponentoftextileart.Whenusedeffectivelyitcanconveytexturetoneformmovementandmood.Thispracticalguidetotheusesoflineinembroideryandtextileartispresentedasaseriesofexercisesdesignedtohelpthereaderexplorelinespotentialanddeveloptheircreativity.128ppBK236Each..............36.3539.99CollagePlaygroundK.SantiagoDiscovertexturalwaystocreatewithpapersfabricspaintsandmore.Learntipsforbuildingupandusingyourownfoundtreasures.Collageislikeaplaygroundbecauseitisuser-friendlyandaccessibletopeopleofallagesandskilllevels.Collageislayeringanduncoveringideaseachcollageevolvesintoapieceofartwork.144ppBK422Each..............27.2629.99TheMaskHandbookAnitaSinclairThisbookwillofferyouMaskactivitiesfromaroundtheworld.Itwillpresentarangeofpossibleapplicationsformaskmakingandinformyouofup-to-datematerialsandmethods.BKCR201Each..............68.1875.00NewResources11ZartExtra_Term12011ArtShowResourcesLightBluepricesdonotincludegstDarkBluepricesincludeGSTpricesarevaliduntilApril8th2011 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worksinspiredbyTimBurtonwereshownhowtosafelyuseaUtilityKnifeonacuttingboard.Theydrewanirregularwindowshapeinthecentreofthecardusingapencilandasteelruler.TheycutoutthewindowusingtheUtilityknivesandsteelrulersonthecuttingboards.ThebackgroundscenewasexecutedonA4sizedCartridgePaper.Wediscussedcreatingdisturbedenvironments.WelookedattechniquesusedbyBurtonsuchasmassesofconcentriccirclesandspiralsdrawnoncolouredbackgrounds.Otherideaswereusingfoundpapersstainednewspaperstrawblowninkandbubbleprintscapturedfrominkanddetergentblownthroughaplasticstraw.Strongcolourswerebest.StudentstrimmedaroundtheedgesoftheacetatesheetandtheDisturbiabackgroundandusedmaskingtapetosecurethemtotheinsideoftheblackcardboardwindow.Theworkwasdisplayedandusedasacatalystforcreativewriting.LisaSmithVisualArtTeacherThePeninsulaSchoolhumanswithcrazyhairstickingoutatallanglesgraveyardscenesroomswithtiltedtiledoorsstaircasesloomingshadowshauntedhouses...everythingasoulsearchingYear8studentcouldeverwanttoidentifywithStudentswereencouragedtodevelopafolioof4differentBurtoninspiredpiecesusingarangeofmediaandsubjectsforeachpiece.ThePeninsulaSchoolstudentsproducedavarietyofartworkandwritingwhichincludedpoemscharacterstudiesprintsdrawingspaintingsmodelsandDisturbiaWindows.StudentsdrewadarkandlonelyTimBurtonstyledhumancharacter.TheycreatedtheirownratherthandirectlycopyingoneofBurtons.Thecharacterwasdrawnsmall.Practisesketchesweremadeinvisualdiariesuntilthedrawingwasnalised.ThenalcopywasworkedinblackfelttippedmarkerandwasdrawninthemiddleofanA4pieceofCartridgePaper.ThiswasthenphotocopiedontothecentreofanA4acetatesheetusingthebypasstrayinthephotocopier.ThestudentsweresuppliedwiththickA4piecesofblackcard.TheyIn2010ThePeninsulaSchoolsYear8EnglishandArtfacultyteamscombinedtodevelopanengaginglearningunitonTimBurtonsuniquestyleofwritingcinematographyandartwork.ThecatalysttothisunitwaslastyearsstunningTimBurtonExhibitionheldatMelbournesAustralianCentrefortheMovingImageACMI.TeachersshouldaccesstheACMIwebsiteforanarrayofexcellentonlineresourcesincludinginterviewswithBurtonandideasforclassroomlearning.StudentsbecameawareofBurtonswritingartworkandcinematography.RecommendedstartingpointswerethemoviesEdwardScissorhands1990orTheNightmarebeforeChristmas1993butshortermoviessuchasVincent1982andTheWorldofStainBoy2000weremoretimeefcientfortheclassroom.StudentsdiscussedimageryandtheycollectedimagesofBurtonsworkgluedthemintotheirvisualdiariesandannotatedthem.StudentstriedtodrawinamethodsimilartoBurtons.FeaturesofBurtonsstyleincludenepenandinkdrawing.Subjectswereanthropomorphiccreatureswide-eyed3ZartExtra_Term22011EnglishArtLearningUnit3 ArtsWeekisauniquebiannualeventatBlackHillPrimarySchoolwhereallteachingandlearningacrosstheschoolisfocusedonTheArtsbothVisualandPerformingusingcreativeandartisticpedagogiesforanentireweek.ArtsWeekaimstopromotewithinstudentsaheightenedsenseofenjoymentandexcitementanincreaseintheknowledgeandskillsassociatedwithparticularartformsthedevelopmentofcreativityandthinkingskillsenrichmentofcommunicationandexpressiveskillsandgrowthinpersonalandsocialdevelopment.FeaturesofArtsWeek2010VisualandPerformingArtsworkshopspresentedbyartistswithintheschoolcommunityincludingteachersparentsandpaststudentsandlocalartistsincludinghiphopdancinghighlanddancingandtapdancingtheatresportscircusskillsandpuppetrybodypercussionandjamsessionsAustralianindigenouspaintingdrawingandprintmakingsculptureceramicsandgraphicdesign.IndividualClassProjectswithaVisualArtsfocusandanemphasisontheworkbyaspecicartist.TheseprojectscreatedacollaborativeYardArtpiecetobepermanentlydisplayedwithintheschoolgrounds.OneoftheseactivitiesinvolvedtheGrades5and6studentscreatinglife-sizesculpturesoftheirlimbsusingclearpackingtapeasacastingmaterialinresponsetoworkofMarkJenkins.Usingthesepackingtapecastsstudentsexploredtheconceptofinstallationwithintheschoolgroundscreatingunusualscenariosandcapturingthesethroughphotography.AKidsBigDayOutwasanopportunityforstudentstoperformordemonstratetoanaudienceononeofthesixstagessetupwithintheschoolgrounds.Forexamplesomestudentsperformedcomedyactsandmusicalitemsandothersdemonstratedspecicceramictechniquesanddrawingskills.AWholeSchoolProjectinvolvedeachclassroomtomakeatypicalloungeroomitemfromcardboardtocontributetowardsthefurnishingofaBlackHillPrimarySchoolInsideDownandUpsideOutCardboardLoungeRoom.Eachloungeroomitemincorporatedaquirkytwistwithanunusualadditionattachedoruncharacteristicfeatureincluded.Aoorlampwithhumanlegsandabookshelfintheformofagiantbookaretwoexamplesofthese.AneveningexhibitionofartworksandmusictoshareandcelebratestudentscreativeachievementsduringArtsWeekwiththeschoolandwidercommunity.AnexcursiontotheBallaratArtGallerythatinvolvedstudentsparticipatinginthreerotatingartistresponseworkshopsSidneyNolanIngeKingandPeterBlizzardexperiencingaguidedtourwithoneoftheeducationofcersandviewingtheReggioEmiliaTheHundredLanguagesofChildrenExhibition.DanceWorkshopscarriedoutinclassesthatcontributedtowardsawholeschooldancepresentationatthenalassembly.AllLiteracyandNumeracysessionsfocusedonprovidingopportunitiesforlearningthroughthearts.PriortoArtsWeektheartsteachersorganisedaprofessionaldevelopmentsessionwithclassroomteacherstoreiteratethevalueofcreativelearningandprovidedstartingpointsforartsbasedliteracyandnumeracylessons.ArtsWeekaspirestointroducenewandexcitingwaysofthinkingandlearningbyprovidinghighqualityeducationalexperiences.Itchallengesastudentsthinkingskillsproblemsolvingcriticalanalysisandconstructiveevaluationwhilstimmersingthemincreativity.JacquiWhiteBlackHillPrimarySchoolinsideoutupsidedowndownArtsWeekthemeInsideDownandUpsideOut.arangeofprogramsandprojectstochallengeenrichandengagestudentlearningintheclassroomthewiderschoolcommunityandbeyond.www.zartart.com.au4Community ExhibitingTerm22011Exhibitends21stJune2011AspendaleGardensPrimarySchoolWireFishBirdsBlackHillPrimarySchoolTapeSculpturesCamberwellGrammarJnrSchoolMagpiesandSculpturesCorowaSouthPublicSchoolWhiteDrawingsGenazzanoFCJCollegeMixedMediaCollageGoulburnValleyGrammarInstallationGreatRyriePrimarySchoolPlushMonstersHaileyburyCollegeBerwickFlyingPigsHeanyParkPrimarySchoolRecordClocksIvanhoeGrammarBuckleyHouseSeaandFarmScapesKenningtonPrimarySchoolRecycledDressMLCKewMaxBeckmanInspiredworkMountClearCollegeOurEnvironmentPeninsulaSchoolDisturbiaWindowsStPaulsAnglicanGrammarSchool-WarragulShoesStrathconaBaptistGirlsGrammarSchoolMathematicalArtTrinitySchoolRichmondPortraitsMiGoulGreatHaileHeanIvanhoeSeKenniMaxBMDStPaulsAStrathcoTrinCamberwellGrammarJnrSchoolMethodistLadiesCollege-JuniorHeanyParkPrimarySchoolIvanhoeGrammarBuckleyHouseCorowaSouthPublicSchoolHaileyburyCollegeBerwickAspendaleGardensPrimarySchoolKenningtonPrimarySchoolZartsStudentGallerySituatedupstairsintheZartCustomerServiceCentre.EachtermtheStudentGalleryexhibitsanewdisplayofworkfromyoungartistsrangingfromkindergartentoVCE.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobeexhibitedthatshowcasesnewideasandtechniquessuitableforallagelevels.PleaseemailimagesofworkyouwouldliketoexhibitoneterminadvancetoJanRokeronjanzartart.com.auAlsovisitwww.zartart.com.au5ZartExtra_Term22011ZartStudentGallery TheTutankhamunandtheGoldenAgeofthePharaohsexhibitionwhichopenedatMelbourneMuseumon9thApril2011hascapturedtheimaginationsofteachersthroughoutAustralia.Morethan20000studentshadalreadybeenbookedintoseetheexhibition.Andthereisalottosee.ImagineifyoucouldenterthetombofTutankhamunasHowardCarterdidallthoseyearsagoandseethewonderfulthingsitcontainedforthersttime.ThebeliefandburialprocessesofAncientEgypthavefascinatedsubsequentgenerationsforcenturieswithmanymysteriesremainingunsolvedbyarchaeologistshistoriansandscientists.ThisexhibitionprovidestheopportunitytoexploretheguresthatguidedancientEgyptmorethan3000yearsagodelveintothemysteriesofTutankhamunandlearnmoreabouttheextraordinarydiscoveryofhistomb.VisitorswillbeabletoviewtheresultsfromthelatestscientictestingconductedonTutankhamunsmummyandwhatitistellingresearchersabouthislifeanddeath.Theinvestigationscontinuetoshednewlightonacomplexpast.ThisnewinformationoffersanswerstomanyquestionsthathavelongbeenaskedaboutthelifeanddeathofTutankhamunhowoldwashewhenhediedDidhedieofnaturalcausesorwashemurderedWhowerehisparentsTheexhibitionhasmorethan130extraordinaryartefactsfromthetombofTutankhamunincludinghisroyaldiademandoneofthefourgoldandpreciousstoneinlaidcanopiccofnettesthatcontainedhismummiedinternalorgans.AcolossalstatueofAkhenatenhasbeenaddedtotheexhibitionasaresultofDNAanalysiswhichprovesthatTutankhamunwasthesonofAkhenatenandthegrandsonofAmenhotepIIIandQueenTiye.ThereisalottolearnaboutthisfascinatingperiodinEgyptsancientpast.Fiveeducationkitshavebeendevelopedtosupportstudentengagementwiththeexhibitionwithbeforeduringandafteractivities.SeniorAncientHistoryMiddleYearsAncientHistoryandGeographySeniorEnglishandaneducationkitspecicallydesignedforESLlearners.ThepreciousantiquitiesintheexhibitionofferteachersofArtandDesigntheopportunitytofurtherstudentsunderstandingofvisualcommunicationandtheaestheticsofancienttimes.Thetechnicalskillsofancientartisanscaninspirestudentstorecreatetheirownimagesanddesigns.TheycanappreciatedifferentculturalapproachestorepresentationthroughoutEgyptspast.TondoutmorejoinMVteachersathttpmuseumvictoria.com.aueducationmvteachersFormoreinformationabouttheexhibitionvisitwww.kingtutmelbourne.com.au.GroupandschoolbookingsareavailablethroughTicketek0392999030.LizSudaProgramCo-ordinatorHumanitiesMelbourneMuseumTutankhamunTheGoldenAgeofthePharaohsProfessionalLearningTutankhamunTreasuresLevels35DateSaturday14MayTime9.00am-3.00pmVenueMelbourneMuseumAddressNicholsonStreetCarltonGardensVICConsultantTaniaDiBerardinoCost165.00IncludesexhibitionentryfeeCateringTeaandcoffeewillbeprovidedpleasebringyourownlunchTheTutankhamunexhibitioncomestoAustraliaforthersttime.RevelinthesplendourofAncientEgyptasyouviewadazzlingarrayofpossessionsunearthedfromtheboykingstomb.SeeTutankhamunsgoldencanopiccofnetteandthecrownfoundonhisheadwhenthetombwasdiscovered.LearnabouttheextraordinarydiscoveryofthetombandthebeliefandburialprocessesofancientEgypt.ParticipateinthiswonderfulopportunityofaguidedtouroftheexhibitionfollowedbysomewonderfulartactivitiesledbyTania.Bepreparedforadayofdiscoveryandcreativity.www.zartart.com.au6MelbourneMuseum Thelinkbetweenmathematicsandartisanaturalunionbecauseofthesharedlanguageandtechniquesthatcrossoverthetwosubjects.MathematicsandarthavealonghistoricalrelationshipstretchingbacktotheancientGreeksRomansandEgyptians.Simplearrangementsofgeometricguressuchascirclesandtriangleshavebeenutilizedbyvariouscivilizationsthroughouthistory.AnexampleofthisistheFlowerofLifeontheTempleofOsirisinObydosinEgyptthatisaround5000yearsold.Mosquesthroughouttheworldandthroughthecenturieshavebeendecoratedwithcomplexgeometricalpatternscreatedwithsimpleshapes.Mathematicsisallaboutpatternsandrhythmssoitisobviousthatwendmanymathematicalconceptsinart.Mathematicskillscanbeatoolaninspirationorpartofthestructureordesignofanartpiece.Developinganunderstandingofsymmetryproportionscaleandmeasurementpropertiesof2Dand3Dshapesandperspectiveprovideskillsthatcanbeexploredandappliedcreativelyduringartlessons.Threeunitsofworkweredesignedusingaheuristicapproachforstudentstoexplorethelinksbetweenthesetwodisciplines.Theaimwastogivestudentsanunderstandingoflineandtobuildupamathematicalvocabularytoconstructandidentifydifferentanglesandlinesdiscoverthatstraightlinesconnectedonthetwoaxescreateacurvetocutaccuratesquaresandrectanglesforapatchworkcushiontooperatethesewingmachineindependentlyandsafelyintheconstructionofapatchworkcushion.LessonOneThissessionexploredlineandthelanguageassociatedwithit.Verticalhorizontalparalleldiagonalperpendicularstraightandcurvedlineswereidentiedandincludedintheirdesignandcomplementedwithprimarycolours.LessonTwoThissessionexploredanglesrightobtuseacutestraightandreexweredenedanddrawn.Eachaxismustbethesamelength.StudentswereinstructedtomarkoffequaldistancesalongeachlineandtoconnectthetoppointontheYaxistotherstpointontheXaxisandsoon.Theymadeanumberofdiscoveriesthemostimportantwerethatstraightlinesdrawninthiswaygivetheillusionofacurvedlineandthetypeofcurveisdeterminedbytheanglethathasbeendrawn.Theyalsofoundthataccuracyisessentialaninvaluablelessonleadingintopatchworkcushions.Thisunitwascompletedwithstudentscollagingtheiranglesintoavisualimage.LessonThreeThersttaskwastoscreenprinttheircentraldesignontoa12cmcalicosquare.Theythenconstructedtworectangulartemplates12by18cmand18by10cm.Theycutfourfabricrectanglesfromeachofthesetemplates.ThedesignwasdrawnontoVileneanditisfromthisthatthecushionwassewn.Thecentralsquarewaspinnedontotherightsideandsewnfromtheback.Thetwosmallerrectangleswerepinnedonoppositesidesofthesquaresewnthenreallywellpressed.Thenexttworectanglesweresewnandpressed.Studentsgainedacomplexmathematicallanguagerelatedtolineandangles.Theybecamecondentandcompetentintheuseofsewingmachines.Theirinterestingeometricalpatternshasbeenstimulatedandtheyhaveknowledgewhichassiststheminbreakingdowntechniquesusedintheirconstruction.WhenshowntheFlowerofLifetheywereabletoworkouthowthedesignwasdrawncreatenewdesignsandobservetheaffectthatcolourhasontheirimage.Ingeneraltheirexperiencesbroadenedtheirunderstandingandappreciationofgeometricdesign.SusanClarkeVisualArtTeacherStrathconaBaptistGirlsGrammarSchoolTeachingmathematicsthroughart7ZartExtra_Term22011ArtMathematics 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AvemariacollegeAvemariacollegeContentsNewsEventsDates......2VCEArt...................3ArttriptoNepal...........4ArtinSchoolsProject......6PDInsert........SupplementStreetParade..............7StreetCommunityQuilt....8ZartStudentGallery.......9InkjetPrintonClay.......10Newproductsandresources.11ZartCalendarTerm32011..12ZartExtraISSN14488450ZartExtraispublishedquarterlybyZartEducationadivisionofZartArtPtyLtd.Thispublicationismailedpriortothefirstweekofthetermissuedate.Thisnewsletterallowsartteachersco-ordinatorstolearnaboutwhatishappeninginarteducationandwhatotherartteachersaredoing.Youwillndinformationonnewarttechniquesandprocessesthelatestmaterialsandresourcesonthemarket.Pleasenoteallpricesquotedarevalidforthedurationofthecurrenttermonlyandaresubjecttochangewithoutnotice.Theinsertofthenewsletterprovidesdetailsofourtermsworkshopssoteacherscanthencontactusandbookintotheworkshop.Duetovariouscircumstancessomeinformationmaybesubjecttochange.ZartArtZartExtralogoandmastheadareregisteredtrademarksofZartArtPtyLtd.AllcontentissubjecttocopyrightandmaynotberepublishedwithoutpriorconsentfromZartArt.AllsubmissionsbecomepropertyofZartArt.SubmissionsmaybepublishedintheZartExtraorpostedonwww.zartart.com.autheofcialarteducationresource.ZartArtreservestherighttoeditsubmittedarticlesactivitiesforcontentlengthandclarity.ZartArtSupportingteachersincreativeeducationZartoffersanextensiverangeoffineartmaterialsresourcescraftandtechnologysupplies.Youwillfindcompetitivepricesandefficientandquickservice.ABN23796863716ACN006947637441LextonRoadBoxHillNorthMelbourneVic3129AustraliaPh0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auEzartartzartart.com.auAdministrationHoursMondayFriday8.30am5.00pmCustomerServiceCentreMondayWednesdayFriday8.30am5.00pmThursday8.30am6.30pmSaturday9.00am2.00pmarteventsnewsupdateswww.zartart.com.au2WebsiteDiscovery...Exploremuseumsfromaroundtheworlddiscoverandviewhundredsofartworksatincrediblezoomlevels.PrimaryArtIdeasjeanettejennings.com.auStateLibraryOfVictoriaThechangingfaceofVictoriaDateSaturday1January2011-Saturday31December2011CostFreeAdmissionBookingsNotrequired.Tel0386647099formoreinformation.VenueDomeGalleriesLevels456ThechangingfaceofVictoriaexhibitionbringstogetherhistoricalartefactsphotographsdrawingsmapslettersanddiariestotellthestoriesofthepeopleplacesandeventsthathaveshapedlifeinVictoriaoverthepast200years.TherstsectionoftheexhibitionfocusesontheearlyyearsofEuropeansettlementdailylifeinruralVictoriaandtheeventsandmythologysurroundingthatmostfamousVictorianNedKelly.ItemsonregulardisplayincludekeyartefactssuchastheBatmanDeedsthelastnotesofBurkeandWillsandKellysarmour.InadditiontotheseiconicpiecesThechangingfaceofVictoriaalsofeatureslesswell-knownobjectswhichwillbechangedovertime.TheseincludephotographsdiariesandlettersthatbringindividualpeopleandaspectsofeverydayMelbourneandVictoriatolife.MelbourneGalleriesNGVInternationalKaleidoscopeArtandcolourNGVInternational180StKildaRoadDate28May2011-05Feb2012KaleidoscopeArtandcolourcelebratesthepowerofcolourandtheimpactithasonourlivesfromhowweseeandexperiencetheworldaroundustohowweemploycolourtoexpressourselves.HowarecoloursmadeHowdoartistsusecolourindifferentmediaHowcancolourbeusedtofooltheeyethroughopticalillusionsWithover40worksfromacrosstheNGVcollectionsincludingpaintingstextilesandobjectsbyAsianEuropeanIndigenousAustralianandPacicartiststhisexhibitionencouragesustoexpandourperceptionknowledgeandexperienceofcolouranddiscoverhowcoloursareusedtofooldelightandinspireusinthekaleidoscopeoflife.NGVFederationSquareSquareContemporaryArtoftheFarWesternDesertVenueTheIanPotterCentreCostFreeentryDate24May2011-28May2012AmodernartmovementoriginatedatPapunyain1971whichhassincetransformedthewayweseethelandandthehistoryofartinAustralia.AlmostfortyyearsafterthegenesisoftheWesternDesertartmovementitsepicentrehasdramaticallyshiftedfromPapunyaintheNorthernTerritorytothePintupihomelandsofKintoreandKiwirrkuraintheGibsonDesertandtocommunitiesthatliehundredsofkilometrestothesouthandwestinfar-ungreachesofSouthAustraliaandWesternAustraliatheFarWesternDesert.Duringtherstdecadeofthe21stcenturyPintupiSpinifexAnanguYulparijaandMartuartistshavedevelopedadynamicandfreshexpressionofWesternDesertArt.Themaleandfemaleartistsnotonlyshareclosekinshipsociallinguisticandritualinterconnectionsandlivedexperienceofdesertcountrybuiltupduringpujimannomadicbushdaysbutalsohaveparallelexperiencesofmakingartwithintroducedmaterialsforthecommercialmarket.Theirpaintingsbearersofsanctityresonatewiththeshockoftheancientmadenewandtelltjukurrpastoriesassociatedwithspecialplacesintheirngurracountry.ThisdramaticnewwaveofacrylicpaintingisthefocusofLivingWatercomprisingtheNGVs150thanniversarygiftfromtheFeltonBequestof107paintings. StColumbasCollegecombiningthepatternsandtransformingsilhouetteofthedancer.IthenproceededtoexperimentwithacruderpatternedpaintingstyleinspiredbyA.R.Penck.Idecidedtoproduceafourthlargerpieceincorporatingthislessrenedandmoreexpressivestyle.Theboldblackandwhitebrushstrokesontwolayeredpiecesofplywoodwithcurvedpatternscutoutcapturesnotonlyasenseofmovementbutalsotherawemotionsfeltwhendancing.Itookafairlystructuredapproachtoproducingmyfolio.Ipreferreditbeingneatandeasytounderstand.Iconsistentlyaddedtomyfoliothroughouttheyearandcompletednumeroustwoandthree-dimensionaltrials.Iwasalwayslookingoutforpossiblesourcesofinspiration.Iwasnotonlyinspiredbymypersonalexperiencebutotherartistsaswell.InvestigatingandcreatingworkaboutatopicIwaspassionateaboutmademyworkfarmoreenjoyableandIthereforeputalotmoreeffortintoit.Itriedtoutilisetheanalyticalframeworkswithinmyfolioonaregularbasistonotonlyexplainmyworkbuttoalsodemonstrateotherpossiblewayspeoplecouldinterpretmywork.IamhappywithmyfolioofworkandthenalpiecesIcreatedasIbelievetheymeetmyinitialintentionsofcapturingthequalitiesofdance.DominiqueBlowesStColumbasCollegeEssendongracefullyandeffortlesslytheyareverystrong.AfterUnit3IreassessedthedirectionofmyfolioanddecidedtoexploreanabstractdrawingstylethatIhaddevelopedduringmysparetime.Despitechangingthestylisticdirectionofmyfoliothemovementofdanceremainedmyinspiration.Thisledmetoinvestigatelinecolourspacesizeandlayeringaswellastodevelopsymbolsrepresentingdifferentaspectsofdanceincludingmovementcostumingmusicandlighting.IcompletednumeroustrialsexhaustingallpossibleoptionsthatIthoughtcouldbeinterestingbeforereningmyideasandcreatingtwomorenalpieces.Thepatternsevokeastrongsenseofmovementandreecttheintricacyandcomplexityofdance.Dancersappeartobemovingwitheasebuttheyareactuallyputtingalotofeffortintoachievethecorrecttechniqueandperformdifcultsteps.Thehighlyenergeticpatternsalsoreectmypersonalemotionslinkedwithdanceandperformance.MyfavouritepieceistheoneThefollowingisadiaryofaVCEstudentandtheprocessofherworkinspirationandchallenges.IthoroughlyenjoyedcompletingVCEArtduring2010.ItwasachallengingsubjectthatrequiredlotsoftimeandefforthoweverIfeltitallpaidoffwiththesuccessfulcompletionofmyfolioandfournalpieces.Myinitialconceptwastoexploreclassicaldanceandthetypeofmovementitinvolved.Iwasmotivatedbymypersonalexperienceandpassionfordancewhichbeganatayoungage.Iwasinterestedintheowinglightgracefulanduidqualitiesthatarecapturedindanceandwantedtosomehowrecreatethesequalities.Thisinitialidealedmetobrainstormpossibledirectionsandexplorearangeofmaterialsandtechniques.ThiseventuallyculminatedinthecreationofasculpturesuspendedabovethegroundattheendofUnit3.Itcomprisedofthreeribbon-likemetalstructures.ThroughthispieceIwantedtodemonstratethatwhilstdancersmayappeartobemovingVCEARTAnexpressivefolioofdance3ZartExtra_Term320113 CanIinterestyouinatriptoNepalKathmanduEverestSherpashikingToputitpolitely-NOTHANKYOUWellhowaboutNepalKathmanduEverestartistsartclassesYESPLEASEHowmuchWhenWheredoIsignupCheckoutthiswebsitewww.internationalartworkshops.comandlearnallyouneedtoknow.In2010ItriedveryhardtogetenoughstudentstogethertovisitNepalbutunfortunatelywasnotsuccessful.HavingspentsomuchtimeandenergyplanningthetripandgettingsoexcitedattheideaofvisitingacountrysodifferentIdecidedtogoanywayTwootherstaffmembersdecidedtojoinmeandspend16daysinNepaloverthersttermholiday.Ihopedtogetmoreinformationandlotsofphotographsaswellasrsthandexperiencethencomebackandtalkaboutourexperiencestoallourstudentsinthehopethatthatwouldgeneratemoreinterestandwewouldgetagroupofstudentstogethertomakethetripin2011.OurplanworkedandinAprilofthisyear8studentsand2staffleftBeaconhillsforKathmandufortheexperienceofalifetime.Thisiswhatwegotuptointhetendayswewereaway-DAY1FridayArrivedKathmanduAirport12noonbustoHotelunpackedandsettledin.DAY2SaturdayPatanisawonderfulmazeofcourtyardstinytinyalleywayshiddenshrinestemplesandpeopleshomes.WeweretakenthroughthestreetswithourguideSanjayaandeverybodyhadthechancetotakeinterestingphotosofthearchitectureandthemanypeopleinthestreetsgoingabouttheirdailylives.WhenwearrivedatthemainsquareIlsaandSanjayaaskedthelocalpeopletovolunteertoposeforuswhilstweallmadequickgesturedrawingsinourvisualdiariesaswellastakingphotosofthewonderfulfacesofourmodels.Backinthestudiointheafternoonwecreatedarstimpressionpaintinginvolvingwordssymbolsandcolourslaiddowninourdiariesusingpensmarkersandpaintcoloursandfoundsymbolsfromourmorningadventureswerealsousedtocreateanexpressivepainting.DAY3SundaySevenNepaliArtstudentsfrom4differentartcollegesinKathmandujoinedusfortheday.WevisitedSwayambhunathoftenreferredtoastheMonkeyTempleaparticularlyinterestingBuddhistaswellasHindusite.BeingfairlyhighupitprovidedawonderfulviewofthecityinthevalleyaswellasbeingaverybusymarketplaceforaspotofsouvenirshoppingOurstudentspairedwiththeNepalistudentstolearnabouttheplaceandwentoffwiththetaskofdrawingportraitsofeachother.IntheStudiolaterthatdayourstudentspairedwiththeNepalistudentsandspenttimelookingforcommonsayingsineachotherscultures.Oncetheyfoundasayingthatwassimilarinbothculturestheywrotethesayingdownontheotherscanvasandthendevelopedapaintingbasedonthesaying.DAY4MondayLoktapaperhandmadefromthebarkoftheLoktabushisverypopularinKathmanduandbroadlyusedinallsortsofways.Wevisitedalocalfactoryandwereallgiventheopportunitytomakeapieceofpaperforourselvesaswellaslearninghowtomakeanotebookusingtheloktapapers.BackintheStudiowecreatedabstractpaintingsonloktapaperusingdifferentleavesfoundinthehotelgroundsasmasks.DAY5TuesdayWoollenfeltisverypopularinKathmanduandiscraftedtomakebeautifulslippersbagstoysandaccessories.Wevisitedafactoryashortdriveawayandwereshownhowtheprocesswascarriedoutandhowtomakedifferentdesigns.Weallmadeafeltpurseandthensomeofthestudentshelpedmakethecushionsthatwerebeingmadethatday.AverydampandsoapyexperiencewashadbyallUsingthesoftedgesstrongcoloursandsimpleshapeswehadseeninthefeltingfactoryasabasisweworkedfromportraitphotographstosimplifytheformsandshapesandcomeupwithastrongcompositionofblocksofcolourandsoftedgessimilartothefeltimages.DAY6WednesdayAnhoursdrivefromPatanisasmallcountryschoolwith120pupils3-16yearsoldfromthelocalcommunity.Theyareself-fundedandpoorlyresourcedsowehadmadebadgesasafundraisingactivitybackatBeaconhillsandhad300asasmalldonationforthisschool.Weactuallyboughtacomputerfortheseniorstudentsandpresentedthistothemjustbeforeweleft.Wehadalsomadeabadgeforeverystudentintheschoolaswellastakinglotsofsouvenirstohandout.Ourstudentsranartactivitieswithsmallgroupsoftheirstudentswhichwasjustthemostamazingexperienceforourstudents.EachstudentcreatedapostcardsizeaboriginalstyledrawingofanAustraliananimal.Wetookallthematerialsandequipmentwithusandleftitallbehindforthemtousetosetuptheirnewartroom.ItaughttheteachershowtomakepapermushroomssothattheycouldDAYTWODAYTWODAYTHREENEPALADVENTUREwww.zartart.com.au4ArtExperiencesAbroad workwiththeyoungerstudentsandbeapartoftheSporeProject.WelefttheschoolonarealhighandheadedbackdowntheverynarrowdirtroadtoKathmandu.IlsaBrittaintheartistwhorunstheworkshopshadanexhibitionofherartworksintheSiddharthaArtGalleryinThamelsoofcourseweneededtomakeavisit.TheexhibitiontitledFemaleSubstantiveconsistedofbeautifulgurativepiecesinoilswithastrongabstractelement.Thestudentswereveryimpressedwiththemanypaintingsanddrawingswhichcreatedmuchfoodforthoughtandsomegreatdiscussionsaswetravelledbacktothehotel.DAY7ThursdayWespentthedayworkingwithamasterThankapainterSudarshanSuwal.EverybodylearnedabouttheverystrictandsymbolicartofThankapaintinghowtogrindpigmentsfromtheiroriginalmineralsourcesandthenproducedaminiThankapaintingoftheirownwiththepigmentswehadground.ThiswasaveryexactingandtimeconsumingtaskwhereeveryonegainedagreatappreciationofthetraditionalThankapaintingswehadseenonourtravelstodate.DAY8FridayBhoudhanathisthereligiouscentreforNepalsconsiderablepopulationofTibetanexiles.WewalkedaroundtheBhoudhanathStupaoneofthelargestintheworldinaclockwisedirectionthreetimes.Oncetomakesurewehadseeneverythingthentwicemoretomakeallourpurchasesfromthemanyshopsandstalls.Alotofbargainingtookplaceandmanypurchasesweremadeinaveryshortspaceoftime.TherewastimetovisitoneofthefewplacesintheworldwherestudentslearntheauthenticandsacredartofThankapainting.Theymustlearntheexactproportionsofeverydeityeachcolourwithitsprecisemeaningandthecorrectapproachtoundertaketheirworkwithpurity.Ittakessixyearstocompletethecourse.WepurchasedelevenThankapaintingsasmementosofourtimeinNepalinthisThankapaintingSchool.IntheafternoonwevisitedThamelformoreshoppingthenheadedtoKathmanduDurbarSquarethetraditionalheartoftheoldtownfullofbeautifulNepaliarchitectureandthecourtyardofthelivinggoddess.AfterashortwaitinthecourtyardwewererewardedwitharareglimpseofthelivinggoddesswhoissobeautifulsotinyandsoyoungNophotoswereallowedofthegoddessbutwemadeupforthatbypurchasingtheofcialphotographstobringhomewithus.DAY9SaturdayAtripbacktowherewestartedthisadventurePatanDurbarSquareThistimethoughtotakeareallycloselookatthearchitecturebothatgroundlevel...andfromonhighOurnaltimeintheStudiowasspentcreatingcollaborativeartpiecesthatprovedtobealotharderthanyouwouldthink.InitiallyitwashardtoletgoofyourownpieceandallowotherstoworkonitandequallyitwashardtoworkonsomeoneelsespiecebecauseyoudidntwanttowrecktheirworkEventuallywegotintothetaskandstartedtoenjoyaddingourownideastotheworks.Thenalresultswereamazingandwereaddedtoourvisualdiarieswithpride.DAY10SundayEasteregghuntpackupfarewellsthenheadtotheairportandhome.FromthemomentwesteppedofftheplaneinKathmanduoursenseswerebombarded.ThesightssoundsandsmellsofNepalwereattimesoverwhelmingbutalwaysfascinatingnewandsodifferentfromanythingwedexperiencedbefore.Theartworksandarchitecturewerestunningbeautifulandamazinglycolourful.Thecitieswerebusynoisydirtyalivewithpeopletrafcandanimalsandindirectcontrasttothequietbeautyofthecountrysideandsmallvillageswevisited.WeexperiencedmanyamazingplacesbutitwasthequietdignityamazingcourtesyandwonderfulhumouroftheNepalesepeoplethatwasthehighlightofthetripforme.Theirwillingnesstoallowusintotheirprivatelivestotrytocommunicatewithusandabovealltohavefunwiththemwaswhatmadethetripsospecial.LesleyLightBeaconhillsCollegeVillageCampusDAYFIVEDAYEIGHTDAYNINE5ZartExtra_Term32011 Since2009ourMaroondahEducationCoalitionschoolshavebeenworkingtogetheronaValuesprojectbasedonMulticulturalandGlobalCitizenship.OurprojectYouthVoiceFosteringRespectToleranceandInclusivenessstimulatesthinkinganddiscussionaboutidentityandbelongingchallengesmisconceptionsrelatedtodifferentculturesandprovidesopportunitiesforyoungpeopletochangecommunityattitudesthroughtheexhibitionoftheirwork.In2011theMaroondahEducationCoalitiongainedfundingfromArtsVictoriatoimplementanArtistsinSchoolsprojectparticularlyforourrefugeestudentsinterestedinworkingwithaprofessionalartisttofurthertheirartistictalentsandinterests.AimsandobjectivesofourprogrammeSupportshighqualitystudentlearningacrossthecurriculumEnrichesteachingpracticethroughinteractionwithprofessionalartistsPromotesculturalvibrancyinschoolsthroughcreativepartnershipsEncouragesinnovativewaystoengagewiththewidercommunityWhatthestudentshaveachievedTheprogrammehascreatedtheopportunityfortheseyoungartiststohaveintensivearttrainingonedayaweekduringTerms1and2.StudentsfromCroydonSCMaroondahSCandRingwoodSChavebeenworkingindividuallyandingroupstocreateajointworkofarttitledTheUnboundBookofLifeandJourney.Thepagesofthisbookwillbemadeoutoflargesheetsofplywoodwhichcanbedetachedtodisplaythemindifferentcombinationsasrequired.StudentshavebeenpaintingwithacrylicstoproducebackgroundlandscapesthatdepicttheirpastpresentandfuturelivesportraitsoftheirfutureselfandotherlargeandboldshapesfromnaturethatwillformaMaroondahEducationCoalition-ArtistsinSchoolsProjectvarietyofpopoutswithinthelandscapes.TheBIGBOOKpageswillformavisualnarrativethatpaysrespecttothestudentscultureandhomelandswhilefocusingontheirnewlifeinAustraliaandtheirhopesanddreamsforthefuture.TheArtistConradClarkewhoiswellknownforhisdrawingpaintingandsculpturehasbeeninstructingstudentshowtomaketheir2Dartworkintobookpagesthathaveapop-outor3Deffect.Sofarthestudentshavehadsevensessionsandtheworkthattheyhaveproducedtodateisindicativeoftheirartistictalentsandwillingnesstolearn.ZartArthasbeenavaluablesuppliertoourartfacultyinrecentyearsanditseemednaturalwecontinuethisrelationshipwhenseekingsponsorship.TheMECwouldliketoofferoursincerethankstoZartArtfortheirgeneroussupportofourArtistsinSchoolsProject.LynMcGoldrickAssistantPrincipalArtistinSchoolsCoordinatorDinaMihailidisArtandTechnologyCoordinatorMaroondahEducationCoalitionTheunboundBookoflifewww.zartart.com.au6artistinresidence AftervisitingMirkaMoraexhibitionatHeideGallerylatelastyearPamFordhamfromtheRosannaGolfLinksPrimarySchoolwasinspiredtoworkwiththeartformofsoftsculpturewiththelevel4students.EachyearourschoolparticipatesintheBanyuleFestivalStreetParadeandasthisyearsthemeforthefestivalwasTheArtParadeitwasaperfectvehicletoexhibitlargesoftsculptures.ThestudentswereintroducedtotheartworkofMirkaMoraandwereequallyfascinatedwithherdolls.Theyworkedingroupsof4or5toplandesignandcreatetheirownsoftsculptures.Theyenjoyedusingtheirimaginationtoincorporatetheirvariedideasintoonecreature.MidwaythroughthetermthestudentswerefortunatetogoonanexcursiontoHeideGallerytoviewtheMirkaMoraexhibition.Theywereexcitedtoseetheartworkinreallifethattheyhadpreviouslyonlyseeninbooksandoncomputer.Formanyofthemitwastheirrstvisittoanartgalleryanditwasagreatlearningexperience.Therealisationthatartworkscanbecreatedforapurposeandforavarietyofaudiencesbecamecleartothem.Inpaintingtheirsoftsculpturestheyunderstoodtheimportanceofusingstrongclearcolourstocapturetheattentionofalargestreetaudience.Sizewasalsoafactorandtheyrosetothechallengeofenlargingtheirdesignsontocalico.Oneparentofferedherservicestosewthetwopaintedsidesofeachsculpturethenthestudentsstuffedtheedgeswithpolyesterllingandthebulkofthesculpturewithscrunchednewspaper.RodswereinsertedintothebackofthesculpturesfordisplayintheStreetParade.ThewholeschoolfocusedonvariousaspectsofMirkaMorasartduringthetermwhichculminatedinnearly200ofourstudentsparadingtheartofMirkadownBurgundyStreetinHeidelbergtogreatsuccess.ThenumberofstudentsfromallyearlevelsthatcameandtoldmetheyhadvisitedHeideGalleryonweekendstoseeMirkaMorasartworkindicatedhowenthusiastictheywereaboutthetopicandtheartworktheywereproducingintermone.FinallywewereallthrilledtoreceivealetterfromMirkaMorasayinghowpleasedshewastoreceivephotosofourartworkandlettersfromthechildrenandhowhonouredshewasthatwehadchosenherartworkasourthemefortheStreetParadeandourfocusofworkintermone.Thewholetermwasfantasticformakingartcomealiveandmeaningfulforthestudents.PamFordhamArtTeacherRosannaGolfLinksPrimarySchoolMirkaMoraSoftsculpturesjointheparade7ZartExtra_Term32011textilesarticle EachyearatBuckleyHouseweaimtoprovidethestudentsinYears56withtheopportunitytoworkwithavisitingartist.Itisaprojectwhichbringssomanybenetstoourchildrenandschoolcommunity.Previousprojectshadincludedtheareasofpaintingmosaicsandceramics.In2010wewereintroducedtoAmyCarrBottomleyanenthusiasticandinspirationalyoungtextiledesignartist.AmygraduatedfromRMITUniversityMelbournewithaBAinTextileDesignandaMajorinWeaving.ShehaswonawardsforherworkinrecentexhibitionsandiscurrentlylecturingatRMITintextiles.Afterconsultationwedecidedonatextileprojectinwhichthechildrenwouldbeinvolvedinbothneedlepointandweavingtoproducealargetextilewallhangingapproximately3metresby4metrestobeinstalledonafeaturewallintherecentlyredevelopedBuckleyHouseLibraryatIvanhoeGrammar.AmysprojectwasbasedoncolourpatternandtexturecentredaroundthedesignthemeofOpticalIllusions.Eachstudentdesignedanindividual12cmx12cmsquarecarefullyconsideringpatternandcolourcombinations.Studentswereintroducedtovariousthreadsandtextilesandusedneedlepointtechniquestostitchtheircolouredpiece.Somestudentsalsotooktheopportunitytoproducesomesquaresusingtherughookingmethod.AllstudentsalsoworkedwithAmyonherloomtohelpweavetwolongclothpanelswhichwereincorporatedintothenishedpiece.WhenallsquareswerecompletedAmyassembledover120individualsquarestoproduceatrulybeautifultextileartworkwhichwasunveiledatourannualArtShow.OurArtistinResidenceProjectprovidedthestudentswithaninsightintohowartistsplanandexecutetheircreativeideas.Amysharedherportfoliosandvisualdiariesandwasanenthusiasticsupporterofthestudentssupportingandencouragingthemtoexpresstheircreativeideas.Itwasarichlearningexperienceforouryoungartiststoworkwithaskilledartisanwhohappilysharedherexpertise.Itwaswonderfultoseetheenthusiasmwithwhichthechildrentackledthenewtechniquesandskillsandtheperseverancetheydisplayedtocompletetheirwork.Infactsomechildrencontinuedtodevelopandpursuetheirnewskillsintheirowntime.Our2010ArtistinResidenceprojectresultedinthecreationofalastingworkofartthatisadmiredandvaluedbythewholeschoolcommunity.Itisajoytoseechildrenproudlypointingouttheirspecialsquaretofamilyandfriendsandofcourseinfutureyearstheycanalsocomebacktovisittheschoolandremembertheirtreasuredcontribution.HelenaSwainKymLeonArtTeachersBuckleyHouseIvanhoeGrammarSchoolStitchinTimeSchoolCommunityQuiltastoryforfutureyearswww.zartart.com.au8artistinresidence ExhibitingTerm32011Exhibitends13thSeptember2011StLeonardsCollegeBrightonColourMixingHeathmontEastPrimarySchoolPaulKleeAcaciaCollegePortraitsRosannaGolfLinksPrimarySchoolMirkaMoraDollsWestbourneGrammarTruganina3DAnimalTotemsMontAlbertPrimarySchoolSnugglepotandCuddlepiesStClementofRomeSchoolBulleenTreeofLifeOakleighPrimarySchoolVolcanosAveMariaCollegeAberfeldieSymbolsinArchitectureYr12StColumbasCollegeEssendonTheRhythmsofDanceStSimonsSchoolRowvilleMagazineBowlsDoncasterGardensPrimarySchoolFootbindingshoesAhXianssculpturesLynbrookPrimarySchoolCollageShoesCranbourneWestPrimarySchoolCityscapesSacreCoeurGlenIrisFishCranbourneCarlislePrimarySchoolPortraitsElthamCollegeWorryDollsMaranathaChristianSchoolClayMexicanWhistlesStLeonardsCollegeBrightonZartsStudentGallerySituatedupstairsintheZartCustomerServiceCentre.EachtermtheStudentGalleryexhibitsanewdisplayofworkfromyoungartistsrangingfromkindergartentoVCE.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobeexhibitedthatshowcasesnewideasandtechniquessuitableforallagelevels.PleaseemailimagesofworkyouwouldliketoexhibitoneterminadvancetoJanRokeronjanzartart.com.auAlsovisitwww.zartart.com.au9ZartExtra_Term32011ZartStudentGalleryDoncasterGardensPrimarySchoolStSimonsSchoolRowvilleCranbourneWestPrimarySchoolAcaciaCollegeLynbrookPrimarySchoolOakleighPrimarySchoolWestbourneGrammarTruganina Attheendof2008MaranathaChristianSchoolsseniorartteacherJennyHodgeaftermuchexperimentationpushedtheboundariesofprintingonclaybydevelopingaworldrstmethodfortransferringimagesusingthehumbleinkjetprinter.Hermethodhasnowbeengloballyrecognizedpublishedandishighlysoughtafterbyteachersfromaroundtheworldasaneasilyachievableandfunmethodforstudentsofallages.ADVDonthemethodissoontobeproduced.ThetechniqueiscalledInkjetPrintonClayanditiseasiertoaccomplishthantopronounceThewordsofthemethodologyheavyontechnologysomehowhavefascinatingconnotations.Butitisnotonlythenamethatevokesasenseofwonderandmystery.Thepurewhiteclayblackwhereoxidesstainitthemagicaluseofcleartransparenciestotransferimagesandthebrilliantendresultallcontribute.AppealingtostudentsMostcertainly.ThismysteriousuntappedworldisutterlybeguilingIttriggerssomethinginsideofyouamoodwhichcanonlybedescribedasartisticblissasyouwatchyourownphotographordrawingmiraculouslyappearonthecoolwhitesurfaceoftheslipperyclaybeneathyourngertips.Itwhetsyourappetiteforevenmorediscoveriesawayfromwellknownceramicpathsanditstirsinstudentsaquestformoreandmorecreativewaystoseetheirownimagesinanewmedium.Fromyears7to12Maranathastudentshaveembracedprintonclayasaneffortlesstechniquetolearn.TheyweretherstinAustraliatotryoutthegroundbreakingmethodwithinterestingresults.Thenewmethodusesasimpleprocessofapplyingawetoverheadinkjettransparencytoleatherhardclay.Beforetheoverheadisappliedtotheclayitisdustedwithneceramicpowdersoxidesmixedwithunderglazestogetabrilliantresult.Timingiscrucialhoweverasisthetemperatureoftherolledclay.Beautifullyclearphotographicimagesareabletobereproduced.Thesethenbecomeindividualartworksonformedandshapedclayaseachclayringwillslightlyaltertheoxidecoloursproducingdifferenteffects.AtMaranathamanyexperimentshavealreadybeendoneusingtheschoolselectrickilnwithdifferentmixesandstrengthsofunderglazecolours.StudentshavebeenworkingtheirownphotosusingtheirknowledgeofPhotoshoptoapplythemtotheirclayformswhichcanbebentorpushedintopracticallyanyshape.Themediumhasendlesspossibilitiesbothasanartformandasadramaticnewcarrierofmessagesandbeliefs.Itdoesnothavethelimitationsofhandpaintingbutcanbecombinedwiththis.Twodimensionalvisualimagerycannowbeeasilycombinedwith3Dformandtheskyisthelimit.Thenewmethodisbothreadilyaccessibleforschoolsandisvisuallyexcitingasitproducesinstantresultswhichunfoldbeforethestudentseyesandstudentsenjoyworkingontheirownphotosordrawingsinthestartoftheprocess.TheMaranathaArtDepartmenthopestoreallydevelopthismethodfurtherinthefuture.JennyHodgeVisualArtTeacherMaranathaChristianSchoolResourceThemethodcanbeobtainedbyemailingJennyonkhodge07bigpond.comEXPERIMENTATIONINKJETPRINTONCLAYwww.zartart.com.au10ceramics 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HeadlineNotesHeadlineNotesHeadlineNotesZartArt-SupportingteachersincreativeeducationInspirationIdeasEducationUpdatesOnlineSupportTipsTechniquesenNeNotenpraonStudentGalleryTerm42011RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003WorkingwithClayHaileyburyCastleeldinBrightonengagemiddleschoolstudentsthroughtheexplorationofceramics.WholeSchoolValuesMagicubeCanterburyPrimarySchoolsnovelapproachinpromotingstudentvalues.CommunityProjectPamelaIrvingputshercreativetouchonPattersonStationinBentleighcreatingajoyouseyecatchinglandmarkZartArtSupportingteachersincreativeeducationInspirationIdeasEducationUpdatesOnlineSupportTipsTechniques 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studentstocreatetexturedceramictilesintheshapesofleavesbutteriesbuttonsandhearts.OnceredthestudentslaterformedthetilesintoamagnicentHeartsandWingssculptureHeartsandWingsbeingoneoftheschoolsiconicemblems.TheseworkshopsinspiredtheVisualArtsstafftocreateaMiddleSchoolceramicsprogramwhichengagedstudentswiththecreationoftexturesusingavarietyoftextilesourcesthenencouragedthemtouseandcombinethetexturedslabsofclaytocreateceramicTrophyFishworkingFishFountainsandWaterSpoutssculpturalrepresentationsoftheBathersonBrightonBeachandrain-forest-inspiredCylindricalVesselswithwirecreaturesadorningthetrunks.Year5studentsdevelopedaDesignBriefwhichgavethemthetaskofcreatingtexturedTrophyEachyearstudentsatHaileyburyCastleeldinBrightontakepartinArtsWeekvedaysofimmersioninandcelebrationofboththeVisualandPerformingArts.OurvisualartistinresidencethisyearwasJaneByrnewhoheldworkshopswiththeyear5and63ZartExtra_Term420113clayexplorationAmiddleschoolapproachtoworkingwithclayTexturedFunctionalSculpturalPieces Fishwhichwouldhangonaplaqueonthewall.Usingstretchycottonnettingandlacedoyliesastexturalsourcesstudentsrolledoutslabsofclaycreatingbeautifulscalytextures.Usingshtemplatesdevelopedearlierthestudentscutouttwoshshapesoneslightlybiggerthantheother.Scrunchedupnewspaperwasusedtocreateshapeandformonthebottomtemplatewhilethetexturedslabwaslaidontop.Thetwoshslabswerecarefullyjoinedusingclaytools.Furthertexturedslabswerecreatedfromwhichnseyestailsandotherdetailswerecreated.Theshwereairdriedbisqueredandglazedusingavarietyofbrush-onglazes.Somestudentselectedtowipe-backotherscreatedashinynish.Followingtheglazeringtheshweremountedonblackgold-trimmedtrophyboards.TheUnitwashighlysuccessfulandreallyengagedtheYearveparticipants.ContinuingwiththeFishthemeYearSixstudentscreatedaDesignBrieftomakeworkingFishFountainswhichwithasmallpumphiddeninsidespurtwaterwhenimmersedinadishorbirdbath.InthisUnitstudentscombinedpinchpottechniqueheadandmouthoftheshwithtexturedslabsrolledontohessiannettingcrotchedlaceandmacram.Theslabswererolledaroundsmallcylinderswhichremainedinsidetheslabuntiltheheadandtailhadbeensecurelyjoinedandastateofbalanceobtained.Thetexturedslabsprovidedpatternsfornstailshatsandotherdetail.FollowingthebisqueringthefountainswereglazedThegroupswhohaveparticipatedinthiscommunityprojecthaveincludedthefollowingKarenLevyyear9studentsfromMcKinnonSecondaryCollegeHelenKuriatayear10studentsMcKinnonSecondaryCollegeJillAndersonyear710studentsGlenEiraCollegeJillStanburystudentsfromWesleyCollegeElsternwickJoHarris4yearoldgroupBentleighWestKindergartenStaciSterenbergtheStAndrewSchoolChicagoUSAKarenAmiStudentsfromtheChicagoMosaicSchoolPaulaRoseyear5studentsMLCPriscillaWilliamsYear4studentsScotchCollegeKarenNeilsenyear5BrightonGrammarSchoolJaneByrneyear9boysfromtheSeaChangeprogramAudreyCardonaWestbourneGrammarSchoolJohnIrvingyear7BeaconhillsCollegePakenham.httpwww.theage.com.auphotogalleryvictoriamosaics-20110627-1gnna.htmlhttpwww.theage.com.auentertainmentart-and-designstations-pieces-de-resistance-20110704-1gz0d.htmlreredandttedwithsmallwaterpumps.StudentsareenthralledwiththeirworkingfountainsYearSevenstudentsweresetthetaskofcombininguntexturedandtexturedclaysectionstocreatethebathingbeautiesonBrightonbeach.ThisUnitengagedstudentswiththeproportionsofthehumanbodyandhowproportionandbalancecouldbecombinedwithtextureandcolourtocreatecharacterandpersonality.TheclayguresweredesignedintheirVisualDiarythenbuiltusingacombinationofslabpinchpotandcoilhand-buildingtechniques.Posedlyingorsittingonthesandorabeachtoweltheonlytextureandcolourfeatureinthebathingcostumehairorfacialfeatures.StudentscompletedtheunitbybuildingsmallreplicasoftheBrightonBeachBathingBoxestocompletetheirsculpturalarrangements.FinallyYearEightstudentsbrainstormedrainforestandplanttextureswhichtheyusedtocreatetheirDesignBrief.Theyelectedtocombineceramicandwiremediumstocreatefunctionalcylindricalvesselsthatdepictedenvironmentaltextures.Ontoeachvesselacreaturethatwouldinhabittherainforesthasbeensculptedfromwireandarrangedclimbingintooutoforaroundthevessel.ThemarriageofthetwomediumscreatedawonderfulcontrastoftexturesandthisUnitwasverymuchenjoyedbythestudents.JudiRobertsonDeputyDirectorArtHaileyburyBrightonTheDesignBriefAssessmentRubricStudentSelf-evaluationExercisesandotherteachingnotesforeachoftheseUnitsofWorkareavailableontheZartArtwebsite.www.zartart.com.au4clayexploration FouryearsagoIrelocatedmystudiotothelittlevillageofPattersoninBentleighMelbourne.HavingapassionformosaicenvironmentsIwaskeentoturnthestudiointomyownlittlemosaichaven.SoonaftermovinginIbegantomosaicmycourtyard.Everysurfaceofmystudiocourtyardnowiscoveredinmosaictilesofbirdimages.TheBirdsofaFeatherCourtyardasithascometobeknownwascreatedwiththehelpofvewomenfromthemosaicassociationwhoImentored.Weranacommunitymosaicdayinvitingpeopletomakeabirdmosaic.Approximatelyseventy-vemembersofthecommunitywereinvolved.ThatinitialwallinspiredstudentsfromMcKinnonSecondaryCollegetogetherwiththeirveryenthusiasticteacherKarenLevytomakemoremosaictiles.Generouslytheygiftedthemtomeforinclusioninthecourtyard.AnothersectionofwallwascoveredbystudentsfromSandringhamSecondaryCollegewiththehelpoftheirteacherMariaMorabito.Thecourtyardisagreatexampleofwhatcanbeachievedinasmallyardspace.Ithasbeenfeaturedinmanymagazines.OncethecourtyardwascoveredIfeltIneededtondmoresurfacestocover.IsetmysightsonPattersonStation50metresfrommystudio.TheunderpassofPattersonStationwasahugetemptationformeThatlargeexpanseofconcretewallwasjustbeggingtobecoveredinmosaicSoIappliedforanArtsVictoriaGranttocreateacommunity-basedproject.ThethemeIproposedwasfacestoreectthediversityofthepeopleusingthestation.Theinitialproposalinvolvedcovering30squaremetresoftheunderpass.HowevercurrentlyIhavecovered130squaremetresInitiallyIcontactedsomeofthelocalschoolsthatIhavearelationshipwithtoseeiftheywouldliketobeinvolvedintheproject.HoweverthecommunitythatisrepresentedonthewallsofPattersonStationismuchbroaderthanBentleigh.TheprojecthasgrownandgrownwiththegenerouscontributionsfromschoolsalloverMelbourne.FurthermoreinFebruarythisyearIwasthekeynotespeakerattheSocietyofAmericanMosaicArtistsConferenceinAustinTexas.MyaddresswasmainlyaboutmylatestcommissionsforLunaParkMelbourne.AttheendofmyaddressIspokealittleaboutthePattersonStationprojectandinvitedtheaudiencetosendamosaicfacetomeforinclusioninthestationproject.IthoughtthatIwouldreceivemaybe3or4faces.HowevertodateIhavereceived78portraitsfromtheUSA.IhavealsoreceivedonefromItalyonefromtheWestIndiesandsomeareontheirwayfromtheUK.ManyofthesehavecomefromfollowersofmyFacebookFanPage.Themuralisawonderfulteachingtool.Itcontainsallthestylesandmaterialsavailabletothecontemporarymosaicists.Itillustrateswhatworksinmosaicandwhatdoesnt.IthinkthishasbeenaverysuccessfulCommunityArtsprojectformanyreasons.Eachfacehasbeenmadebyanindividualoragroupratherthanjustplacingoneortwotilesontoapictorialmural.Thefactthatpeoplehavetheirowncompletesectionofthemuralisimportant.Iwasnottooprescriptiveaboutwhatthefaceportraitshouldbeorthesize.Thisgavepeoplethelibertytobecreativeandrepresentthemselvesorsomeonetheyloveinwhateverwaywasmostevocativeoftheircharacter.PamelaIrvingArtistZartEducationConsultantAcommunitymosaicprojectatPattersonStationBentleighStationaryFaces5ZartExtra_Term42011artinthecommunity AspendaleGardensPrimarySchoolinvitestheschoolcommunitytoshareintheschoolsvisualartsprogram.PreparationsforourVINCENTEXHIBITIONbeganwithourstudyoftheartistslifeandworks.StudentspassionatelydelvedintoVincentVanGoghsamazingyetsotragiclife.Studentsandtheirfamilieswerepersonallyinvitedtojoinwithusaswesharedourknowledgeandunderstandings.PriortotheeveningfamilieswerealsoinvitedtocreatetheirownmasterpieceforourFamilyMasterpieceCompetition.IcouldntbelievetheinterestthathadbouncedoffthestudentsandredtheenthusiasmofwholefamiliestorecreateoneofVanGoghsmasterpieces.Studentsarrivedintheartroomdaysbeforetheduedatecarryingtheirpreciousreproductions.Otherswaitedexcitedlywithproudmumsanddadsandlittlebrothersandsisterswatchingwaitingfortheirturntopresenttheirentry.WehadcanvasespiecestornfromsketchpadsandevenelaborateStarryNightscompletewithrealstarrylightsThestudentsrstattemptsatrecreatingVanGoghstechniquesweredisplayedforstudentstoexplainandsharetheirlearnings.TwostudentsofDutchdescentwelcomedeveryonetoourExhibitioninDutch.TheirproudmumhadworkedwiththemandalsobroughtsamplesoftheDutchculturetodisplay.DutchmusicplayedwhileourVisualArtsLeadersexplainedourMatchtheVanGoghpaintingwithitstitlecompetitiontofamiliesastheyarrived.Familiesrushedtoentereagerlydiscussingtheworksandeachmemberenthusiasticallycontributingtheirideas.OurLOTEroombecameaminitheatretteinwhichfamiliescouldviewaDVDcreatedwithourLOTEteachershowcasinginmoredetailthelifeandworksoftheartistasseenthroughinterviewsanddramapresentedbythelevel3students.ThiswashostedandintroducedbyourVisualArtsLeaders.FamiliesmovedthroughthevariousvenuesendingupinourschoollibrarywherestudentshadrecreatedtheirowncompleteVanGoghstylemasterpieces.Studentsproudlyledtheirfamiliestotheirworksandsharedwiththemalltheyhaddone.OurFamilyMasterpieceCompetitionwasdisplayedinourschoolfoyerandwasawonderfulnaletotheevening..demonstratinghowthestudentsengagementandloveoftheirlearningcandrivethemtoshareitwithothers.LasttermourLevel4studentsshowcasedtheirstoryofthewonderfulinspiringAustralianartistMirkaMora.WedecidedtopresentourartworkstoourfamiliesinanauthenticFrenchcaf.TheVisualArtsLeaderstookonthetaskoforganizingthetwoevenings.Noteswerewrittenhomeaskingparentstoassistwiththecateringarrangementsforthenights.Parentsandstaffwerealsoropedintohelpwithdecorations.SewingbuntinginthecafcoloursandsewingaMIRKASCAFsigntohangabovetheentrance.StudentscreatedinvitationsforthetwoeveningstoensureallwouldbeabletotintoourLevel4Headquarterspace.Theystayedbackafterschooltohelpsetupthecafstyleexhibition.Hangingbuntingplacinglampsandlowcoffeetablesandchairsandhangingfairylights.FrenchmusicplayedascutelanternsickeredonthebalconythearomaofcoffeeandFrenchdelicaciesservedbyourFrenchwaitersandwaitressesdressedinFrenchstyle.TheywelcomedandmadeeveryonefeelliketheywerereallyintheLatinQuarterofParisAvisitbyPierredelaRueourrealFrenchandartisteaddedthenaltouchtothenight.HeformallythankedeveryoneforcomingpraisingtheeffortsofallinFrenchandannouncedthosewhohadwonspecialmentionfortheirefforts.Familiessoakeduptheatmospheremovingthroughthecafcoffeeandcrepesinhanddiscussingtheirownchildspiecebutalsorelishingtheopportunitytoadmireandcelebratetheworksofallthestudents.JulieLachVisualArtTeacherAspendaleGardensPrimarySchoolInvolvingtheschoolcommunitythroughartwww.zartart.com.au6wholeschoolproject ResilienceCooperationResponsibilityRespectCanterburyPrimarySchoolwaslookingforanewwaytopresentthefourschoolvaluesofRespectResponsibilityResilienceandCooperation.TheZartMagicubeprovidedtheperfectsolutionStudentleadershipandstudentvoicearekeytotheteachingandlearningatCPS.WiththehelpoftheArtsCaptainsYear6studentselectedbytheirpeersandActionTeamMembersYear3-6studentselectedbytheirpeersthepossibilitiesfortheValuesCubetookshape.EachLevelcreatedanartworkaboutaspecicvalue.Theneachclassselectedoneartworktorepresenttheirclass.Fromthese25artworkstheArtsCaptainsselectedoneartworkforeachvalue.Beforecommencingtheirartworkstudentsexploreddifferentartistsandtechniques.Theythenplannedfortheirpieceinaspecicmediumdepictinghowtheyshowtheirlevelvalueatschool.Level1ExploredmarkmakinglinecolourandshapethroughamixedmediadrawingabouthowtheyshowCooperation.Level2CreatedawatercolourpencilplanningdrawingforatissuepapercollageinspiredbyPatriciaMullinssCrocodileBeatshowingResponsibility.Level3ModelledaplasticinereliefaboutRespectinspiredbyBarbaraReid.Level4InvestigatedtheworksofPeterBoothPabloPicassoEdvardMunchAndyWarholandJanetCulberstontounderstandwhyandhowartistsmakeartworktoinspirechangeorconveyamessagewithoutwords.TheydesignedandpaintedanimageofhowtheyshowResilience.TheZartMagicubehasninefacesintotal.Fouroftheoutsidefacescontainthevalues.Schoolcontactinformationwasprintedonthefthfacewiththelastfaceblank.Thisblankfacewastheperfectplacetopersonalisethecubeforeachstudentbyallowingthemtodraworglueonanimageofthemselves.Whenippedaroundthreerectangularfacesarerevealedontheinsideofthecube.ArtsCaptainsandtheArtsActionteamdividedintothreegroupstoworkonthese.Theydetermineditwouldbeusefultogivestudentsstrategiestouseintheplaygroundsentencestartersandideasforfunthingstodointheplayground.EachminiactionteammetatlunchtimeeveryMondayduringSemester1toplanandcreatewhattheywouldliketoincludeontheirside.Theyconsideredappropriatetextandimagesthroughconsultationwiththeirlevels.EachgroupexplainedhowtheywouldliketheirworkarrangedsothattextandimagescouldbecombinedinPhotoshopandInDesign.ThankyoutoZartArtfortheirhelpwithorganisingtheprintingofthenewCanterburyPrimaryValuesCubeDeirdreZabelVisualArtTeacherCanterburyPrimarySchoolPromotingSchoolValues7ZartExtra_Term42011WholeSchool TheOECDOrganizationforEconomicCo-operationandDevelopmentconductsPISA-theProgramforInternationalStudentAssessment-everythreeyearsonhalfamillion15year-oldstudentsin65industrializedcountries.Thetestsarestandardizedandconductedinreadingcomprehensionmathematicsandscience.ThelatestPISAresultsreleasedinDecember2010includedstudentsfromShanghaiforthersttimeandshowedthattheseChinesestudentsout-rankedallotherparticipatingcountriesincludingAustraliatheU.S.andtheU.K.Theresultssentpoliticiansinwesterncountriesscramblingtondwaystoimprovetheircountrieseducationsystem.ThePISArankinggivesChinaprestigebutinterestinglynoteveryoneinChinaishappywiththismeteoricrise.BehindtheGreatWallthevoiceofdiscontentisgettinglouderfromacademicsteachersandparentsalike.Parentsfeeltheirchildisover-burdenedbyoverwhelmingacademicdemandsercecompetitionandanexhaustingandrigorousschoolregime.Atypicalsecondaryschooldaymaystartat7.30amandnishabout5.30pmandthenthereishomeworkforanotherfourtovehours.Muchofthecurriculumistakenupwithacademicsubjectsdeliveredinthetraditionalrotelearningmethodusingtextbooksandthereuslittleopportunityfordiscussionandexchange.Childrenatprimaryschooldonotfairmuchbetterastheytoohaveapredominantlyacademicprogramandanenormousworkloadhavinganartlessonisnon-existent.Evenatkindergartenthechildistestedinanacademicprogram.XuJilinprofessorofintellectualhistoryofEastChinaNormalUniversitydeclaredthatChinaisterminallyill.HebelievesthateveryoneinChinaiscomplicitinavilereality-thatChinesesocietyworshipswinnerstheonlypeoplelookeduptoasworthyofrespectanddignityarethehandfulofmegarichpeopleatthetopofthepyramid.Societyisruledbyadogeatdogmentality.Fiercecompetitionforsurvivalstartsfrombabyhoodchildrenareforcedtogiveuptheirindividualityinarigideducationsystemobsessedwithexams.Hoursandhoursofstudyaredonetoacquireskillstobeatothers.An85percentresultisnotgoodenoughyouneedvirtuallyfullmarkstogainentryintoakeyinstitution.Everyonehatestheexamsyetitbecomesmoreintenseastheyearsgoby.AShanghaikindergartenteacheradmittedCreativityisnotanimportantpartofourprogram.Wedonotfocusonindividualthinking.Weloverotelearningandanalyticalthinking.Nolateralorintuitivethinking.Havingonlyonechildinthefamilymakesparentsfrightenedofthechildgettinghurtsowehavetobesocarefulinwhatwedo.Thechildrenarefrightenedoftakingrisks.Theyarenottaughttoquestionbuttoacceptandlearnitbyheart.Oneparentcomplainedourkidscantcreateandtheyareturningintoidiots.ThereisnodoubtthatexcellenceinreadingcomprehensionmathematicsandsciencehaveaveryimportantplaceinthefutureofdevelopedcountriesbutwhatotherskillsarerequiredforthefutureWhatskillsdoourchildrenneedtobecomewell-adjustedcontributingmembersofsocietyTheGrassisntGreenerinChinaTestingwasconnedtoShanghaiacitythathasexperiencedarapideconomicrisehugelifestyleimprovementsandsignicantincreaseinsecondaryschoolretentionrates.ShanghaiisoneofthemostprogressiveregionsofChinabutthetestresultsarenotrepresentativeofallofChina.ReferencesOrganisationforEconomicCo-OperationanddevelopmentforInternationalStudentAssessmentanevaluationof15-year-oldsinindustrializedcountriesTheNewYorkTimesWesternnationsReacttoPoorEducationResultsbyD.D.GuttenplanDecember2010ProfessorXuJilinResistancebetweenDiscourseandPracticetranslatedbyDavidKellyProfessorattheChinaResearchCentreUniversityofTechnologySydneyinChinaHeritageQuarterly.TheAgeParentstakeaimatChinasschooldazebyJohnGarnautDecember112010WesympathizewithProfessorXuJilinsviewsofChinasterminalillnessbutwearealsofearfulofourownfuture.WillwebecomevictimstothismalaiseIfpoliticianstheworldoverwanttocompetewithChinasacademicperformancedoesthatmeanourchildrenwillalsosufferatthehandsofamorerigideducationsystemWillthesechangesbedetrimentaltoourpresenteducationalphilosophythatnurturestheindividualityofthechildandhistalentsWhataboutthetimewegivechildrentoexploreandtoexpressthemselveswillthatbesacricedPISAraisesmorequestionsthanitdoesanswers.DaniChakZartEducationwww.zartart.com.au8opinion 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