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ZartExtraNewsletters2013Term1Term2Term3Term4 BlankPage MusicTreeParentsandchildrencreateaplaygroundmusicalinstrumentatYarravilleWestPrimarySchool.OrangutanEncountersPamelaCondersharesherinteractionswiththeMelbourneZooOrangutans.LinkingLanguageandArtCareyGrammarDonvaleenrichstudentsthroughArtLOTEandLibraryStudies.zart-SupportingteachersincreativeeducationZartInspirationIdeasEducationUpdatesOnlineSupportTipsTechniquesTERM12013RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003PortraitStudies NewsExhibitionsMelbourneMuseumsGalleriesEditorJanRokerArtDirectionBrittaPoljansekPhotographyJessieImamEthanBottomleyZartExtraISSN14488450ZartExtraispublishedquarterlybyZartEducationadivisionofZartArtPtyLtd.Thispublicationismailedpriortothefirstweekofthetermissuedate.Thisnewsletterallowsartteachersco-ordinatorstolearnaboutwhatishappeninginarteducationandwhatotherartteachersaredoing.Youwillndinformationonnewarttechniquesandprocessesthelatestmaterialsandresourcesonthemarket.Pleasenoteallpricesquotedarevalidforthedurationofthecurrenttermonlyandaresubjecttochangewithoutnotice.Theinsertofthenewsletterprovidesdetailsofourtermsworkshopssoteacherscanthencontactusandbookintotheworkshop.ZartSupportingteachersincreativeeducation441LextonRoadBoxHillNorthMelbourneVIC3129AustraliaPh0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auEzartartzartart.com.auAdministrationHoursMondayFriday8.30am5.00pmCustomerServiceCentreMondayWednesdayFriday8.30am5.00pmThursday8.30am6.30pmSaturday9.00am2.00pmContentsCoverDingleyPrimarySchool1NewsEventsDates2GardenArt3LinkingLanguageandArt4ZartStudentGalleryTerm120135TheGreenSchool6TheBeautyofaDiverseCommunity7DifferentLikeUs8MusicTree9Soapstone10NewProductsResources11ZartCalendarTerm1201312StrathconaBaptistGirlsGrammarIlluminateDATES23rd24thand25thwithtourson26thofAugust2013VENUEMelbourneCAEIn2013TheMosaicAssociationofAustraliaandNewZealandwillholditsbi-annualsymposiuminMelbourne.InformationBookingsInconjunctionwiththesymposiumwillbeanumberofsatellitemosaicexhibitionsincludingstudentworkstobeheldatZartBoxHillandthemainmosaicExhibitionatBundooraHomestead.SpeakerswillincludeDuscuiannaBravurafromItalyCarolShelkinUSACarrieReichardtUKandPamelaIrving.AsianArtArtofChinaDATES5thOct2012-31stDec2013VENUENGVInternational180StKildaRoadAsianArtLevel1COSTFreeEntryVisitournewlyrefurbishedAsianartgalleriesdedicatedtodisplayingtheartandcultureofChineseJapaneseandSouthandSoutheastAsia.ThankstothesupportoftheFeltonBequestTheArtFoundationofVictoriatheSupportersofAsianArtandmanygenerousdonorstheNGVsAsianArtcollectionhasgrowntobeoneofthemostreveredcollectionsinAustralia.TheNGVhasbeencollectingAsianartsince1862.TheAsianArtcollectionreectstherichdiversityofAsiasartistictraditionsaswellasartisticculturalandspirituallinksbroughtaboutbycross-culturalcontactsandinteractions.OurAsianArtcollectionholdsalmost5000worksdatingfromthesecondmillenniumBCtothetwenty-rstcentury.Mediarepresentedincludepaintingscalligraphyprintsbronzessculpturesceramicslacquerjadeglassfurnituretextilesandvideo.TheredesignhasallowedfordistinctareastobededicatedtoChineseJapaneseandSouthandSoutheastAsianart.Winejarlate14thcentury-15thcenturyporcelain30.9x36.2cmdiameterNationalGalleryofVictoriaMelbourneFeltonBequest1927www.zartart.com.au22FindusonFacebookwww.facebook.comZartArtFindusonTwitterwww.twitter.comzarteducationOurBloghttpzartartnews.blogspot.comarteventsnewsupdates Artteachersrolesarecontinuallychangingandtheiradaptabilitybybeingmulti-skilledinarangeofintegratededucationalareasisbecomingmoreapparent.Visualdiversityistransformingourschoolgardensandschoolyardswheresustainabilityprogramsarerunning.Itisnotunusualforvisualartteacherstobeteachingbothartandsustainabilityorworkingcloselywiththesustainabilityteacher.Excitingopportunitieshavearisenforstudentsinschoolsparticularlywiththenewcultureofhealthyeatingandknowingwhereourfoodcomesfrom.ThisisnowsupportedbythenewAustralianCurriculum.Studentsgainagreaterunderstandingoftheworldaroundthemandtheimpactofusingmaterialsthatcanhaveabettersustainableoutcomefortheenvironment.Kitchengardensandgardensingeneralgiverisetoawealthofvisualopportunitiesforstudentstohavebothcreativeexperiencesandtodevelopanunderstandingoftakingcareoftheirenvironment.ThevesensesaretheprimeingredientsthatsetthetempofortheJohnAshegardenatStFinbarsPrimarySchoolinCentreRoadBrightonEast.Aninnercityschoolthatnowhasalittlebitofcreativityintheirgroundswhichoncewereconcreteanddust.Peaceandtranquilityallowsstudentstoenjoyanurturingandstimulatingenvironmentinwhichtheycanreectandgrowabetterunderstandingoftheworldaroundthem.Thedevelopmentofthevegetablebedscompostingsystemwormfarmsandfruittreeswassetupattheschoolaspartofthisprogramwhichisnowinitsthirdsuccessfulyear.Thesustainablegardenforstudentsisanintegralpartoftheirethosandgivesthemabetterunderstandingoftheirsocialresponsibilitytotheenvironmentofwheretheirfoodcomesfromandhowtheircarbonfootprintimpactsontheenvironment.TherearealsolargewatertankswhichsupplywatertothegardenandaweeklyNudeFoodprogramwhichencourageschildrentobringhealthyluncheswithnowrapperstoschool.Thetraditional3RsReduceReuseandRecyclingarenow4RswiththeadoptionofRecovering.ThisresourceRecoveringonlyhappenswhenallofthe3Rshavebeenattempted.Studentsrecycletheirexibleplasticsintofurnitureartsmocksandcarrybags.Understandingtheconversionofwasteintoresourcescanbeaninspirationalwayforchildrentocometotermswiththesimplethingsthattheycandoineverydaylifetomakeadifference.TheGardenisdesignedtostimulateonessensoryresponseswithintheenvironment.Thecombinationofcolourandfragrancetextureandformstimulatestheawarenessoftouchtastesmellandsoundandyesgardendesignandtheelementsofvisualartdesignmeet.Theworksofartplayhouseswithblackboardsandachesssetmakeitmoreinteractiveforthechildrensimaginationtoexplorethegarden.Itisagreatwayforallstudentstohavefunlearnandachieve.JaneByrneStFinbarsPrimarySchoolPleaseseePDinsertforJanesWorkshop.3ZartExtra_Term120133Sustainability TheSumofthePartsisgreaterthanthewholeThisstatementepitomisesthecollaborativenatureofourArtprogram.Asaneducatoroneofthebestgiftswecangivetoourstudentsliesnotjustinthepassingonofknowledgeandinformationbutinresourcingandcombiningtheskillsofotherswhichinturnenhancesthetalentsofeachindividual.Oursharedabilitiesgenerateacreativeforcestrongerthantheindividualcanproducealone.Thestudentsarenottheonlyonestobenetasworkingalongsideourpeersprovidesuswithgreaterinsightintothepracticesofothers.Italsogivesusphysicalsupportasstaffthatsooftenteachinisolation.ThegoalsoftheartenrichmentprogramatCareyGrammarDonvalearetodeveloptheseskillsthroughconsultationandcollaboration.Themorelinkswecanmakeforstudentsinasmanywaysaspossibletherichertheireducationalandartisticexperience.Pivotaltothedevelopmentofthisprogramisthewayinwhichitisconsciouslyextendedintootherareasofthecurriculum.Theambienceofourschoolreectsthecollaborativenatureofourwork.Poetictextgreetsyouasyouwalkalongthepathwaytoourschool.TheMusicRoomislledwithtextandvisualnarratives.OurLibraryandArtarewellintegratedandweworkinunisoninwhatarecalledLartsessionswherewecombinelanguageandartinanintegratedapproach.WehaveinitiatedastrongbaseforourliteracyprogramyettheintroductionoftheChineselanguagetaughtacrosslevelsPreptoYear5isalsoaliteracybasedcomponentofthecurriculum.Upuntilnowwehadnotexploredthepotentialofextendingthisintoourcollaborativeprogram.SpendingsomeplanningtimewiththeLOTEstafftomakelinksacrosscurriculumareasandintoourLibraryprogramhastakenusonyetabroaderlearningjourney.ThroughplanningtogetherandsharedexperiencestheLOTEprogramisnowbeingsupportedbyvisualreferencesdevelopedintheartroomandresearchundertakeninthelibrary.ICTisalsointertwinedwithintheprogramandvideoclipsofDragonsthatincludeimaginativeandstimulatingvisualresourcesareusedacrossArtLibraryandChinesesessions.TheChineseteachingstaffmakesavaluedcontributiontotheprogramandafeelingofenthusiasmresonatesthroughouttheschool.Planningtogetherhasgiventhemabroaderbasefromwhichtoworkandprovidednewwaysofmakingthestudentslearningvisible.ThishasnotpreviouslybeenthecasewithourLOTEcurriculum.SeeingtheChineselanguageoutinourcommunityspacevisuallysupportsthelearningoutcomesandpromotesinterestfromallstaffandvisitorstotheschool.ThisopportunityhasseenusexploretheculturalaspectsofChinaandwehavecreatedartworksbothindividualandcollaborativebasedontheresourcesandresearchthathastakenplaceintheirLOTEsessions.ThroughICTresourceswehavedevelopeddesignsfortheirworkandtranslatedtextsothatbothlanguagesareclearlyvisiblealongsidetheworkonourdisplays.ThissharedapproachcanbetakenwithanyLOTEareaofstudyandwillalwayslenditselftoLibraryoronlineresearchwithinaclassroomsetting.Wearethericherfortheseexperiences.PracticalideasandprojectsforimplementationwillbeavailableattheworkshopatZartonFebruarythe18thpleaseseeworkshopinsert.Forotherideasandreferencesfeelfreetovisithttpjeanettejenningsart.comJeanetteJenningsLeadingTeacherCareyGrammarDonvaleWinneroftheVictorianTeacheroftheYearaward2011LinkingLanguageArtAcrosscurriculajourneywww.zartart.com.au4artenrichment BallaratSpecialistSchoolPastelDrawingsBillanookCollegeTimBurtonStudiesBundooraPrimarySchoolFlowersCamberwellGrammarGardenRakesCareyGrammarDonvaleChineseScrollsCranbourneCarlislePrimarySchool5pmCollinsStreetDingleyPrimarySchoolPortraitsEastbournePrimarySchoolStudiesofSpainFintonaGirlsSchoolELCMandalasHeatherwoodSchoolSculpturesHillsmeadePrimarySchoolBirdsKorowaAnglicanGirlsSchoolColourStudiesOurLadyHelpofChristiansCatDrawingsOxleyCollegeDryFeltingSacreCoeur3DModelsSorrentoPrimarySchoolStJosephsSorrentoMannequinsStHelenaSecondaryCollegePopArtCeramicsStrathconaBaptistGirlsGrammarSchoolBaliBirdsStSimonsSchoolRowvilleCatsWodongaMiddleYearsCollegeDurerRhinosYarravilleWestPrimarySchoolCityscapesCurrentExhibitionEnds13Marchorvisitgalleryonlineatwww.zartart.com.auSituatedupstairsintheZartCustomerServiceCentre.EachtermtheStudentGalleryexhibitsanewdisplayofworkfromyoungartistsrangingfromKindergartentoVCE.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobeexhibitedthatshowcasesnewideasandtechniquessuitableforallagelevels.PleaseemailimagesofworkyouwouldliketoexhibitoneterminadvancetoJanRokeratjanzartart.com.auzartstudentgalleryterm12013StSimonsRowvilleComeDownCatChenilleStemsandwoolwereusedtocreatethesecats.BillanookCollegeSeniorprimarystudentsproducedamixedmediadioramabasedontheworkofartistandlmdirectorTimBurton.CranbourneCarlislePrimarySchoolStudentscreatedapapertolemuralinspiredbyBracks5pmCollinsStreet.BallaratSpecialistCollegeSamattendsArtonceaweekforanhouranditisduringthistimethatSamrigorouslycreatesthesestunningartworks.YarravilleWestPrimarySchoolIsntitamazinghowmanytimesyoucanwalkdownastreetbutnotbeabletodescribeitindetailStHelenaSecondaryCollegeStudentsresearchedandinvestigatedthePopArtmovementandinterpretedthecolourfulaestheticsintoaceramicpiecebasedonthethemeofFastFoods.KorowaAnglicanGirlsSchoolThecanvaseswererecycledfromsomeoneshardrubbish.WepaintedovertheoriginalartworkwithGessoandsetthecanvasesupintheartroomforthegroupstoworkon.5ZartExtra_Term12013 TheGreenSchoolisaprivatesecularnon-protschoolofferingacurriculumtaughtinEnglish.ItislocatedinaruralcommunityinBaliIndonesiaandprovideseducationforaninternationalpopulationofapproximately300studentsfrom45countrieswithascholarshipprogramtosupportlocalchildrenwhowanttoattend.ThecampusissetontheAyungRiverwhosewatershelpgeneratesomeoftheelectricityusedbytheschoolandsurroundingcommunitieswithotherdailyenergyneedsenhancedbyasolarprogram.Itsextraordinarybamboostructuresriseupfromthejungleoorprovidinganeducationsettingofunparalleledbeautyandcharmwhereeachclassroomissurroundedbyorganicgardensthatprovidemanyofthefoodrequirementsfortheschoolcommunity.Thebuildingsarebasedonwall-lessarchitecturalconstructsinbamboowhichspiraltomajesticheightsshowcasingthecomplexityoftraditionalBalinesebuildingtechniquesusingnaturalmaterials.AwardedtheGreenestSchoolonEarthin2012bytheUSGBCCentreforGreenSchoolsTheGreenSchoolaimstoleadgloballyinitsadvocacyforpromotingtheimportanceofenvironmentalcustodianshipandsustainabilityineducation.NowinitsfourthyearwiththecurriculumimplementedfromPre-KtoGrade12holisticandexperientiallearningisembeddedacrossallgradelevelsandincorporatedindailythematiclessonsinthePrimaryandMiddleSchoolsenhancedbyexplicitsubjectbasedteachingandlearningthroughavarietyofpedagogicallinks.ThevisualartsareourishingwithinthisidyllicsettingandthisyearwehaveestablishedTheBambooGalleryandalocalandinternationalartistinresidenceprogramtoaddtothecreativeandculturalexperiencesofstudents.InthePrimaryandMiddleSchoolsthecurriculumfocusmakesspeciclinkstoclassroomlearningwhichembracesenvironmentalstudiesandthestudyofBalinesecultureinthecontextofthelocalenvironment.WithstudentcenteredlearningakeyfocusoftheoverallschoolcurriculumthisisdenedforstudentsintheHighSchoolGrades9-12withmultiplelevelsinoneclassasaselfselectedlearningpathway.Anextensiverangeofmodulesrotatingonaveweekcycleareofferedgivingstudentstheopportunitytodesignawell-balancedlearningexperiencewhichisconducivetotheirstrengthsandpersonalpreferences.Therearecurrently21visualartssubjectspresentedinthemoduleprolesallowinginterestedstudentstoaccumulatepointsfortheirGreenSchoolDiplomawithavisualartsbias.ModulesrepresentedrangefromsubjectssuchasStyleIt-RealismStyleIt-AbstractionDigitizeYourWorldJunktoFunkStunningSculptureDynamicDiariesandEnvironmentalArt.ThesearecomplementedbyanongoingfocusonPortfolioDevelopmentwhichissequentialthroughouttheyear.Thevisualartscurriculumspecicallybolsterstheskillsofobservationinresponsetothenaturalworld.Itstrengthensthecapacityforstudentstocondentlyconsidernewpossibilitiesintheirinterpretativeprocesseswithreferencetotheimportanceofaestheticsandenvironmentalissuesintheirlives.Italsonurturesacreativelearningplatformwhichinspiresvisualandintellectualcuriosityandpromotesculturalsensitivityandunderstandingasintrinsictocreativethinkingandworkingpractices.WorkinginthestudioenvironmentinTheHeartofSchoolaswellasintheclassroomsvisualartsstudentsarepresentedwithmanyopportunitiestoexploretheirideas.Ideasinspiredbynewmaterialsandtechniquesincludingworkingwithnaturalrecycledandrepurposedmaterialsthattransformmeaningandvisualorientationintheirimagery.StudentslivesatTheGreenSchoolareenrichedbyteachingandlearningwhichplacesemphasisontheimportanceoftheindividualwithinacollectivevision.Allclassescontributetoarangeofprojectswhichhaveapositiveimpactthroughenvironmentalactioninandbeyondtheschoolcommunity.Theyalsocollaboratewithlocalcommunitiesinavarietyofexperientialprogramswhichtargetawarenessandconsciousnessraisingwithspecicwaystopromoteenvironmentalsustainability.MargotAnwarVisualArtsSpecialistTheGreenSchoolBaliIndonesiathegreenschoolwww.zartart.com.au6teachingvisualartsinbali TheYear9ArtstudentsatTrinityCollegeBlakeviewSAwereintroducedtostreetartandresearchedanartistthatappealedtothem.TheycreatedaminiartworkinthestyleofthatartistinpreparationforourartistinresidenceJoshuaSmith.Asapartofthecommunitybuildingaspectoftheprojectthestudentswererequiredtoinformthepublicandcommunityabouttheirintendedwork.Somemembersofthecommunitydeemaerosolartasgraftisobeforecommencingthisprojectthestudentsneededtoreachasmanypeopleaspossibletoinformandeducatethem.CommencetheirlifelongjourneytobecomingsociallyawarecitizensandbegintodevelopamoralresponsibilityfortheirlocalareaThestudentstravelledtoSandringhamNursingHometoworkalongsidetheresidentsanddiscussedtheirprojectwiththem.Whilethestudentswerealittlenervousatrsteverystudentthoroughlyenjoyedtheexperience.Allthestudentswereabletospeakclearlyandcondentlywiththeresidentstoexplaintheartactivitytheyhadplanned.Thefollowingweekthestudentscontinuedbrainstormingandresearchingotherpublicartprojectsthatalreadyexistedanddecidedonelementstheywishedtoinclude.WiththethemeofTheBeautyofaDiverseCommunitythestudentsdecidedthattheywantedtheguresintheirdesigntobeanonymoussothatanymemberofthecommunitycouldconnectwiththepiece.ExploringabstractconceptsassociatedwithStencilArtThestudentsdecidedtofocusonthedemographicofthePlayfordareaandfocusedonagegroupsprofessionsandculturalgroups.InweekthreewhenJoshuaSmitharrivedtheyworkedtogethertodesigntheirnalimagewhichwassubmittedtocouncilfornalapproval.Theinitialresponsewaspositivefromthecouncil.Thenextweekthestudentsbroughtinpropsandaskedmembersofthecommunitytoposefortheirshots.JoshuaSmithtaughtthestudentshowtotakethephotographsensuringthattheangleTheBeautyofaDiverseCommunitywascorrectforthedesign.WiththephotographstakenJoshuaassistedbypreparingtheirimagesforthenextstageusingIllustrator.Thestudentsthenbegancuttingandpreparingstencils.Initiallyitwasintendedthatthestudentswouldworkontheirownimage.Howeverthestudentsplayedtotheirstrengthsandthosewhounderstoodthelayeringconceptwerekeyintheinitialdrawingoutofeachlayer.Otherstudentswatchedandlearntduringthisprocesswhiletheothersbegancuttinglayersthusdevelopingnewskillsinstencilart.ThestudentsnotonlyworkedwithcommitmentduringtheirlessonswhileJoshuawaspresenttheyalsoworkedwithdeterminationduringtheirlunchhoursandafterschooltoensurethelayerswerecutintimeforweekeight.Oneissuenotconsideredpriortoplanningtheprojectwasthatinitiallysomestudentsraisedconcernsaboutputtingtheirworkinthepublicdomain.Somelackedcondenceindoingthisandhadcommentedthatpreviouslytheyhadonlycreatedworkessentiallyforthemselvesandnooneelsewouldeverseetheirwork.Howeveraprojectsuchasthiswasrichwithcollaborationandeachstudentreliedonandsupportedeachothertoensuretheirworkwasasuccess.Totheircredittheypushedthroughthisnervousnessandbegantheenjoyabletaskofsprayingtheirstencils.Duringweekeightthestudentswerereadytocompletetheirdesign.Theyweretaughtaboutthesafetyimplicationsofsprayingandwererequiredtowearsafetygear.Thestudentsworkedwithcommitmentanddeterminationthroughouttheentirethreedaysofspraying.Themajorityofthecommunityandschoolwerelargelysupportive.Theysawthevalueoftheprojectprovidingstudentswithopportunitiestoexperienceanddeveloplifelongskillswhichwereeffectivelytaughtoutsideoftheclassroom.ResiliencedeterminationcommitmentperseverancecriticalandcreativethinkingcollaborationByKylieNeagleTrinityCollege7ZartExtra_Term12013artinthecommunity PamelaConderreectsonherinteractionswithorangutansattheMelbourneZoo.EveryOrangutanisanindividualasdifferentaswearefromoneanother.MakingeyecontactwithKianicanbedisturbing.LockingontotheintenselyintelligentchestnutgazeofmyoldfriendIfeelIambeinginterrogatedaskedtoaccountformyself.ThisisafaceIhavebeenlookingintofor34yearswatchinganorphanedinfantclingingtohertwinbrothergrowintomotherhoodherselfandeventuallytobetheformidablepersonalitysheistoday.HerdaughterGabbystiltedalmondeyeshaveaslightlyshyqueryinglook.Shelackstherawchallengeofhermothersexpression.Motheranddaughterhavesuchdifferenteyesanddifferentpersonalities.WhenaphonecallinterruptsoneofourartsessionsIwatchtheexpressionsittingacrossKianisfaceasItalkandrealisethatsheismirroringmyown.WatchingtheseexpressionsonKianisfaceIaskmyselfthequestionwhatengagesandholdsherinterestInitiallydrawingisenoughtoholdherinterest.KianismilesatadrawingofherselfbutquicklylosesinterestwhenIbeginadrawingofherdaughter.Iholdupamirrorforherandshesmilesthesamewaythatshedoesatherportrait.Gabbysometimesapproachesbutispushedawaybyhermother.AfteratimeitbecomesclearthatdrawingislosingitsappealsoIbringclayandbeginmodellingavarietyofforms.IntherstinstanceKianiissoentrancedthatsheactuallywelcomesGabbytojoinusslinginganarmaroundherbackastheyhuddleclosetotheglasswatchingformsemergefromtheclay.Imakepinchpotnestsandrolllittleclayeggstoputintothem.WhenkeeperssubsequentlygiveballsofclaytothetwoOrangutanasabehaviouralenrichmentexerciseKianiimmediatelyhandlesherslikeaprofessional.SheslapsitintoherpalmandrollsitasIhaveshownherthencarefullypinchesoffapieceatatimeanddelicatelyusingonengerrollsaseriesoftinyeggsgroupingthemtogetheronthedeckinfrontofher.SheworkslefthandedasIdo.Gabbysapproachismoreinvestigative.Sherollsherballintoafatsausagethencarriesituptoaspigotwhereshewetstheclayandtestsitsnewslipperiness.Sheputsitonthedeckandusesapieceofrehosetoattenit.Motheranddaughterconfrontedwiththesameteachingdemonstratetwoclearlydenedresponsesimitativeandexperimental.ThisprovidesacluetohowculturesariseinsomewildpopulationsofSumatranOrangutan.Recognitionofindividualityandself-awarenesshighlightstheimportanceofprovidingoptimumlivingconditionsforOrangutanwhocanneverbereleased.Theyneedmorethanfoodandsheltertheyneedalifeofthemind.InteractionswithindividualsinMelbourneandotherzoosandtheresponseofthepublicwhoseethisshowsthepotentialforGoberCo.seeZartExtraTerm4.12p.4inSumatratoformthenucleusofaneffectiveeducationcentre.www.zartart.com.au8conservationprojectDifferentLikeUsOrangutansinLifeArt WorkshopatZartFebruary20th2013seeworkshopinsertJoinmeintheworldoftheOrangutan.Throughartwewillexplorewaysyoucanchallengeyourstudentstolearnforthemselves.YouwilllearnhowtoleadstudentsonavoyageofdiscoverythroughcreativityquestioningformfunctionandadaptationandhowthelivesofOrangutansmeshwiththoseofthecommunitiessharingtheirhabitat.ZartandEarth4OrangutanswillhostanOrangutanexhibitionofstudentworkinJune2013.Schoolscansubmitaselectionofworksbystudentsofallagestothisexhibitiongivingstudentstheopportunitytosupportthisworthwhilecause.PrepstudentsatYarravilleWestPrimarySchoolnowhaveanewbigmusicalinstrumenttoplay.ThemusictreewasinspiredbythebookofthesamenamebyMelbournechildrensauthorCatrionaHoy.DuringTermThreeagroupofcreativeandenthusiasticprepparentsworkedlateintothenighttocreatethebonesofthetreebyweldingmetal.ThestudentswiththehelpofparentsandteacherGraceSpeightdecorateditwithlotsofnoisyretiredkitchenutensilsandotherparaphernalia.Thetreehasalreadybeenahitwiththestudentsastheyexplorethemanysoundsthatcanbemadewiththisverynon-traditionalinstrument.Theywillbeabletoexperimentwithdingsdongsandthudsandmaybeevenimprovisetocreateclasscompositions.Theycouldbeleadinglivesthataffordthemadegreeofsatisfactionintheirexistenceaswellasservingtheconservationoftheircospecicsandtheforeststheyinhabit.ThisiswhyIhopethatthroughartwecanhelptheSumatranOrangutanConservationProjectwww.sumatranorangutan.organdEarth4Orangutanswww.earth4orangutans.comByPamelaConderLearnmoreabouttheauthoratwww.pamelaconder.com.auWearethrilledtohavethisnewadditiontoourplayareawhichwehopewillgiveourschoolcommunityenjoymentandinspirationforyearstocome.Itisnotjustgreatfunbutchildrenlearningthroughplayiscentraltotheirdevelopmentparticularlyintheimportantearlyyears.Itisanidealvehicletoenhancethislearningeverythingfromworkingtogethertonumeracycanbepartofactivitieswiththemusictree.SaidPrincipalCaroleTempany.Thetreewaspartoftheschoolsannualartshowandwillbecomeapermanentxtureintheschoolsprepplayareabutaccessibletoallthestudents.EmmaMcKillopYarravilleWestPrimarySchoolForfurtherdetailscontactEmmaMcKillopMusicTree9ZartExtra_Term12013schoolcommunity SandedFinishedwithWaterBasedShellacRawSoapstoneSoapstoneSoapstoneisquarriedlikeGraniteandMarble.Itisasteatitestoneanditsprimarycomponentsaremagnesitedolomitechloriteandtalc.Thetalcinsoapstonegivesthesmoothfeelingofrubbingapieceofdrysoap.Thisstoneisveryeasytocarve.BrownWhiteDarkGreenGreenShapingSandingUseaCopingSawtocutthebasicsizeandshapeyouwantyourpiecetobe.Onceyouarehappywiththemainshapeoftheitemitistimetoremovethechiselmarksandotherdeepscratches.Useriferstosmoothdowntheroughpartsleavingonlynescratches.ThenepartoftheBoardRaspisalsogoodforthis.Nowswitchtothewetndrysandpaperthesoonerwegetthewaterinvolvedthelessdustandcleanup.Startwiththe80gritsandpapertoremovemarksandscratchesbecarefulasthispaperisquitecoarseandthestoneissoftandyoucouldtakeoffmorethanyouintend.Youwillbegintofeelthechangeinthebiteofthepaperandonceitfeelslesslikesandingandmorelikepolishingswitchtothenextgradeofpaperthe180gritwhichisntascoarse.Thestoneshouldnowlookquitepolished.Iftherearestilldeepscratchesormarksatthisstagegobackastepwiththepaperoreventheraspifrequired.Workyourwayupthepapers.Youshouldntbeabletoseeanyscratchesafterusingthe320gritpaper.Thenalsandusingthe600gritismorelikepolishingthansanding.NBKeepyoursandpapercleanbyrinsingwithwaterasitclogswithsandingpaste.FinishingAfterthepiecehasbeensandedtoitsdesiredsmoothnessitwillstarttodullandlightenincolourasitdries.Onceitisfullydryitcanbenishedinafewwaystoachieveaglossresultandbringoutthestonesnaturalpatternsandcolours.Theeasiestandsafestwayistoapplyanoilvegetableoliveoilisne.Dothissparinglyadroportwoatatimespreadingitwithasoftcloth.Youcantellwheretheoilisasitwilldarkenandbringoutthecoloursandpatterns.Repeatthis5-6timesastheoilsoaksintothestone.Trytoavoidusingtoomuchoilallatonceasitwillmakethingsgluggyandhardtopolish.Oncethestoneiscoveredpolishwithacleansoftclothtoremoveexcessoilandbringupthegloss.Thisisntapermanentprotectionandoilwillneedtobere-appliedovertimetomaintaintheshine.Shellacwasusedinthepastbyprofessionalcarverstoachieveasuperglossnishitalsohelpstoprotectthesoftstonefromscratchesandngernailmarks.TheuseofShellachasdroppedoffduetoayellowingeffectoverlongperiodsoftimedecades.Makeupatraditionalmixofshellacapplywithasoftclothagainyoucanseethedarkeningeffectasyoucoverthearea.Wait10-15minutesoruntilthecoatinghasonlygotaslightbitoftackleftthenpolishupwithacleancottonsoftcloth.Repeatthisuntilyouhavethedesiredeffect.Justoneortwocoatscanlookgreatafterthenalpolish.Theshellaccanberemovedwithmethylatedspirits.Usethesametechniqueasabovewithournewwaterbasedshellacexceptthewaterbasedshellacdriesalotquickerandyouwouldonlyneedtowait5-10minsbeforepolishing.Thecurrentpopulartechniqueistoheatthestonewithahairdryerorinanovenat100-1200Celsiusforabout10-15minutesthenmeltbeeswaxontothewarmstone.Spreadthewaxwithasoftclothuntilthepieceiscompletelycovered.Asitwww.zartart.com.au10productexploration 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StopMotionAnimationAsimplewaytoanimateartworkPortraitsOutcomesfromanArtistinSchoolsfundinggrantSymbolsofPowerStudentslearnmoreaboutthereignofNapoleonBonapartethrougharthistoryzart-SupportingteachersincreativeeducationZartInspirationIdeasEducationUpdatesOnlineSupportTipsTechniquesTerm22013RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003GeometricEmus NewsExhibitionsEditorJanRokerArtDirectionBrittaPoljansekPhotographyEthanBottomlyZartExtraISSN14488450ZartExtraispublishedquarterlybyZartEducationadivisionofZartArtPtyLtd.Thispublicationismailedpriortothefirstweekofthetermissuedate.Thisnewsletterallowsartteachersco-ordinatorstolearnaboutwhatishappeninginarteducationandwhatotherartteachersaredoing.Youwillndinformationonnewarttechniquesandprocessesthelatestmaterialsandresourcesonthemarket.Pleasenoteallpricesquotedarevalidforthedurationofthecurrenttermonlyandaresubjecttochangewithoutnotice.Theinsertofthenewsletterprovidesdetailsofourtermsworkshopssoteacherscanthencontactusandbookintotheworkshop.ZartSupportingteachersincreativeeducation441LextonRoadBoxHillNorthMelbourneVIC3129AustraliaPh0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auEzartartzartart.com.auAdministrationHoursMondayFriday8.30am5.00pmCustomerServiceCentreMondayWednesdayFriday8.30am5.00pmThursday8.30am6.30pmSaturday9.00am2.00pmContentsCoverWestbourneGrammar1NewsEventsDates2TheHeideArtProject3NapoleonicSymbols4ZartStudentGalleryTerm220135ArtforOrangutans6ArtintheWilderness7PortraitPaperCuts8MosaicsIlluminated9BringingArttoLife10ZartCalendarTerm2201312SandringhamPrimarySchoolConferencePersonalisingLearningfortheWholeChild19October2013GRANDHYATTMELBOURNEIfyouarecommittedtoauthenticallypersonalisinglearningthisconferenceisamustTheprogramoffersaninteractivedaywithhighqualityinternationalandnationalspeakerswhowillprovidethoughtprovokingtheoryandpracticeunderpinningauthenticpersonalisedlearning.Thisconferencewillinspireteacherstothinkofthechildbeyondtheacademicandthatthechildcomeswithacontextoftheselfpeersfamilycultureandthebroadercommunity.Educatorswillbechallengedtothinkabouttheimportanceofthenotionofthewholechild.FeaturingKeynoteSpeakersDrGeorgeOteroUSAandKathyWalkerAUSBookingswww.earlylife.com.auinfoconference-2013Earlybirdtickets260gstuntil31August2013Tickets295gstDrawnatACCAAustralianCentreforContemporaryArtDrawundertheinuenceofmajorinternationalandAustraliancontemporaryartistsinthisintimatedrawingseries.CoincidingwithACCAsveannualexhibitionseasonseachsessionwillbedifferent.Explorearangeofformatsrangingfromlifedrawingtosculpturaldrawingandreneorexperimentwithyourtechniquesinagallerysetting.Highqualitydrawingmaterialsandwineprovided.Formoreinformationandbookingspleasevisithttpwww.accaonline.org.auPublicProgramSupportedbyZartArtandScotchmansHillEducationalCulturalImmersionProgramJungalaEnterprisesinvitesyoutoMpartwneAliceSpringsandtheheartofAustralia.Runbyadedicatedteamoftourismprofessionalstheretoofferyouaninsightintooneoftheoldestlivingculturesintheworld.Familyculturecountryconnection.JungalaKrissisaWarlpiriLuritjaman.BornonthenorthernedgeoftheWesternMacDonnellrangeshecarrieshisheritagewithprideandworkshardtosharethisheritagewithgenerosityandculturalintegrity.ColleenPowellNapanangkaisofWarlpiri-Arrerntedescent.Shepresentsopportunitiestosharetherichnessofherculturesothatthewisdomandknowledgeofhergrandmotherscontinueintothefuture.TogetherJungalaandNapanangkawillgiveyouatrulyculturalandeducationalexperiencelikenootherandadeeperricherunderstandingofIndigenousAustralia.EducationalCulturalImmersionProgramBookingswww.jungala.com.auAnAboriginalOwnedandOperatedEnterpriseMonetsGarden10May2013-08Sep2013NGVInternational180StKildaRoadLevelGMelbourneWinterMasterpieces2013.Mygardenismymostbeautifulmasterpiece.OpeninginMay2013thisstunningexhibitionwillbedevotedtoClaudeMonetsiconicgardenatGivernyandwillincludemorethanftymasterpiecesfromtheMuseMarmottanMonetParisaswellaspaintingsfromleadinginternationalmuseumsandprivatecollections.Dontmissthisonce-in-a-lifetimeopportunitytoseethesemasterpiecesinAustraliaexclusivetoMelbourne.TheexhibitionisorganisedbytheMuseMarmottanMonetParisinassociationwiththeNationalGalleryofVictoriaandArtExhibitionsAustralia.www.zartart.com.au22FindusonFacebookwww.facebook.comZartArtFindusonTwitterwww.twitter.comzarteducationOurBloghttpzartartnews.blogspot.comarteventsnewsupdates StudentsfromTemplestoweHeightsPrimarySchoolwereinvitedtoworkalongsidetheeducationcentrestaffatHeideMuseumofModernArtandtookpartinTheSanctuaryProjectatHeide.Creatingartinanartroomorschoolenvironmentisformanystudentsthechanceforself-expressionandtheopportunitytoengageinaVisualArtsprogram.Sosteppingoutoftheschoolenvironmentandsteppingintoamuseumisformanystudentsarst.TheSanctuaryProjectwasfundedbytheVictorianDepartmentofEducationandEarlyChildhoodDevelopmentStrategicPartnershipsandlmedbySYNMedia.ChristineHealeytheeducationofceratHeidewasinstrumentalinorganisingandcoordinatingtheprogram.StudentsmetwithartistLouiseSaxtonwhospokeaboutherexhibitionSanctuary.LouiseSaxtonspoketothestudentsaboutherinspirationshowshecreatedherimagesandthematerialsshefoundtocreateherart.Studentswereblownawaybythecollectionofdoiliescross-stitchlaceandotherhandmadeembroiderythatwerecutupandpinnedtogethertocreateimagesofbirdsandinsects.StudentsviewedtheexhibitionaskedLouisequestionsandrespondedtoherworkwhilebeinglmedWhatanexperienceitwasforeveryoneinvolved.StudentsthenmovedintotheSidneyMyerEducationCentreandcreatedpapercollageswithLouise.SpendingthedayatHeideandabsorbingallthegloriousspaceswasamemorableexperienceforourstudentsandstaff.SeeinghowLouisesartworkwasdisplayedmeetingherandrespondingtoherarttookthelearningoutofaschoolenvironmentandintothegalleryspace.WhatwasnextThehuntwason.Weneededtondolddoiliesandcross-stitchthatwerediscarded.Anythingthathadinterestinghand-madeembroiderywascollectedfromfamilieshomecupboardsandOpportunityshops.Studentscreated3DbirdswithModrocanddetailedthebirdswithreclaimedmaterialsthatwefound.Theunitofworktookthestudentsthewholetermtocomplete.BothLouiseandChristinevisitedourschoolandviewedthenishedbirds.Theirpraiseforthestudentsartwassincereandthedisplayedbirdswereenjoyedbyallinourschoolcommunity.Asartteachersweneedtoprovidechallengingprogramsandlookbeyondthewonderfulcreativewallsoftheartroom.Makingconnectionswithyourlocalgalleryandlocalartistsinspiresstudentstolookalittledeepertomakeconnectionsandtomakelearningpurposeful.SoaTsolakisVisualArtTeacherTemplestoweHeightsPrimarySchool3ZartExtra_Term220133artsprojectTheHeideArtProject During2012throughtheirArtmakingviewinganddiscussiontheninetotwelveyearoldchildrenatMelbourneMontessoriSchoolwereslowlyintroducedtothesymbolsofpowerusedinportraitsarchitecturedcorobjectsclothingandmilitaryuniformsduringthereignofNapoleonBonaparte.SomeofthemanyNapoleonicquotesthatthechildrenanalysedwereIamthesuccessornotofLouisXVIbutofCharlemagneImaginationrulestheworldandApictureisworthathousandwords.ThechildrenlearntthatbyemployingtheimageryoftheEAGLEgraspingathunderboltinitstalonsNapoleonreferredtoantiquity.TheeaglewastheemblemoftheRomanEmperorAugustusCaesarandthethunderboltandeaglewereassociatedwiththegreatestofallgodsJupiter.TheynotedthattheeaglewasalsoasymbolthatreferencedtheCarolingiandynastyasitwastheemblemadoptedbyCharlemagnetherstHolyRomanEmperorinthe9thcentury.Napoleonthereforeclaimedtobethesuccessortothesetwogreatemperors.ThechildrenalsoexploredtherepeateduseoftheimageoftheBEEwhichsymbolisedimmortalityandresurrection.Theylearntthatthe5thcenturyMerovingianKingsusedthisKinglysymbolandthatsculpturesofbeeswerefoundinthegraveofChildericIthefatherofClovistherstChristiankingoftheFranks.NapoleonassociatedhisreignwiththeseearlysovereignsofFrance.ThechildrenlearntthatinthedaysafterhiscoronationNapoleonhadaneagleplacedatthetopoftheshaftofeveryagintheNapoleonicarmy.ThechildrennotedtheshapeposepatterninganddetailingoftheNapoleoniceagle.Theylookedatimagesofactualeaglesanddiscussedtheirstrengthandotherattributes.TheypractiseddrawinganeaglewithitswingsinthevictoriousupwardpositionoftheNapoleoniceagle.Theydrewthenalversionoftheireagleholdingathunderboltontogoldsquaresofpapertapedtogetherontheback.TheylookedcloselyataNapoleoniceaglesfeatherpatternsandmadeadictionaryreferencepageoftheirownpossiblefeatherpatternsusingvaryingthicknessesofblackpermanentmarkersandgoldandsilverPoscapaintpens.Eachweektheyslowlyaddedinmoresectionsofpatterningfaceneckwingsbodylegseyeclawsandtalons.Theywereremindedthatthesewereeaglesthatrepresentedcharacteristicsofpowerstrengthimmortalityvictoryetc.andthattheireaglesneededtobeImperialandRegal.Oncetheeagleswerecompletedtothechildrenssatisfactiontheyfocusedontheirdrawingsofbees.Theywereremindedthatthebeessymbolisedimmortalityandresurrectionnotsweetnessandhoney.Theirbeesneededtohavepresence.FinallythechildrencarefullycutouttheireaglesbeesandtheletterNandpositionedtheircompositionsonregalredcoverpaperandframedthisonlargerblackcoverpaper.TheninetotwelveyearoldchildrenofMelbourneMontessoriSchoolneededtobepatientdiligentandhadmanycreativedecisionstomakeandproblemstosolveduringtheveweekstakentocompletethisproject.AsNapoleonsaidNothingismoredifcultandthereforemorepreciousthantobeabletodecideandmostimportantlyVictorybelongstothemostperseveringJennieSchoenfeldArtSpecialistMelbourneMontessoriSchoolDrawingPatternsandNapoleonicSymbolswww.zartart.com.au4linkingartwithhistory TemplestoweHeightsPrimarySchoolBirdsFountainGateSecondarySchoolPortraitPrintsWestbourneGrammarGeometricEmuCollagesHaileyburyCollegeBerwickFeltWallHangingsVesselsIvanhoeGrammarBuckleyHousePoppiesWattleToorakCollegeResinPaintingsPortraitsSandringhamPrimarySchoolPortraitPaintingsMorelandPrimarySchoolBonsaiTreesGlenIrisPrimarySchoolChooksBeverleyHillsPrimarySchoolChineseYearoftheSnakeMelbourneMontessoriSchoolNapoleonSymbolsCaulfeldGrammarMalvernOwlsPattersonLakesPrimarySchoolFeltBirdsStMargaretsSchoolBerwickPortraitsCurrentExhibitionEnds12Juneorvisitourgalleryonlineatwww.zartart.com.auSituatedupstairsintheZartCustomerServiceCentre.EachtermtheStudentGalleryexhibitsanewdisplayofworkfromyoungartistsrangingfromKindergartentoVCE.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobeexhibitedthatshowcasesnewideasandtechniquessuitableforallagelevels.PleaseemailimagesofworkyouwouldliketoexhibitoneterminadvancetoJanRokeratjanzartart.com.auzartstudentgalleryterm22013CaulfieldGrammarMalvernExploringtextureandlinewithowls.HaileyburyCollegeBerwickStudentsmakedryfeltwallhangingsIvanhoeGrammarBuckleyHouseInspiredbytheworkofGeorgeOKeeffeYearThreestudentscreatedPoppiestocoincidewithRemembranceDay.PattersonLakesPrimarySchoolStudentslookedtoarangeofexoticbirdsasinspirationfortheirowncreations.SandringhamPrimarySchoolPrepstudentswereengagedinastudyoflinecolourandshape.linewithowls.asinspirationforthSandringhamPrPrepstudentswerelinecolourandshaarBeverleyHillsPrimarySchoolStudentscelebratedtheChineseYearoftheSnakebycreatingZentanglesasaformofdecoration.GlenIrisPrimarySchoolSaltandPeppercelebratethearts.5ZartExtra_Term22013 Usingartandanimalstoteachthroughoutanumberofdisciplines.Thereisahugeemotionalandintellectualimpactinmakingaconnectionwithanape.Toseethatitacknowledgesandisalsointerestedinyou.Perhapsunwittinglybutnonethelesseffectivelyitisopeningadoorandinvitingyoutoknowitsworld.Itisthebeginningofajourneyandaswetravelwelearnalmostbyosmosis.Wefollowapathbuttakeinterestingdetoursandmakesurprisingdiscoveries.Everyobservationleadstoaquestion.Graduallywebegintoseehowtracksofinformationinterweavetoformamapoftheorangutansworld.Throughexaminationwithanartistseyewecomeuponthestoriesthatmakeupthelivinganimalanditshowsushowandwhytheyformapartofourcultureaswellasthenaturalworld.Whyisoneofthemostimportantwordsinanylanguage.AchildsquestionatthezooWhydotheyclimbisawonderfulbeginning.Itleadsustothebasicstructureoftheanimalandwhatthattellsusaboutthebasicnecessitiesofitslife.Formleadsustoquestionfunction.StartingwiththehandanorangutanisacrossbetweenaphilosopherandaSwissArmyKnife.WhataretheimplicationsofanopposablethumblikeoursThehandleadsustolookatthebrainthatoperatesitthereareevolutionaryimplicationsinpossessingahandcapableofperformingnemotortasks.Comparewhatahorsedoeswithitshooftowhatanapedoeswithitshand.Bigbrainsareenergy-expensiveorganstorun.Thishasdietaryandreproductiveimplications.WhatdoorangutansneedtosurviveHowdoesthisbringorangutansintocompetitionforresourcesandconictwithhumanpopulationsLargebrainsareslowgrowingleadingtoextendedchildhood.Slowmaturingtoreproductiveageleadstoalowrateofreproduction.WhatdoesallofthisteachyouabouttheorangutanwithintheecosystemHowareorangutansshapedbytheirenvironmentWhatfunctionsmighttheyperforminhelpingdrivethelifecycleoftheforest.HowmightthebasicelementsofhumanculturesevolvethroughhabitatpressuresThesequestionsskimoveronlyafewoftheareasofstudyopenedupbyobservingananimalthroughanartistseye.Todothisintheenvironmentofaworkshopwithsomanylivelyperspectivesandartisticapproacheswasinspiring.Toseethephysicalcharacteristicsandmultipleaspectsoforangutanslivesinterpretedinprintmakingsculpturelinedrawingandmixedmediaworksenrichesallourperceptionsandopensnewlinesofenquiry.SeeingtheworldoftheorangutanthroughstudentseyesintheDifferentLikeUsexhibitionisanexcitingprospectInassociationwithEarth4OrangutansandPamelaConderZartwouldliketoinviteprimaryandsecondaryschoolstudentstocreateworksofartinallmediagivingtheirinterpretationsoforangutansandhowtheylive.SelectedworkwillbeexhibitedonlineandtheprojectwillculminatewithanexhibitionDifferentLikeUstobeheldinJune2013atZartsGalleryinBoxHill.Onthe20thofJunestudentartistsparentsandfriendswillbeinvitedtotheopeningoftheexhibitionwherestudentswillbeinvitedtooffertheirworkforsaletosupportEarth4Orangutans.ThisisaprojecttocreateprotectedaccommodationwithinawildsettingforSumatranOrangutanswhichwillbethenucleusofaConservationEducationCentreinnorthernSumatra.Allworkistobesubmittedviaemailtojanzartart.com.aubefore1stJune2013.Wehopeyouwilljoinusinsupportingthisworthwhilecause.FormoreinformationpleasecontactJanRokerjanzartart.com.auART4ORANGUTANSDifferentLikeUswww.zartart.com.au6connectwithanimalsthroughart BalnarringPrimarySchoolandPresentationFamilyCentrecelebratedthejoyofkiteyinglatelastyearasajointventure.PresentationFamilyCentreBalnarringBeachwasestablishedbythePresentationSistersofVictoriatoprovideaplaceofrespiteandrecreationforfamiliesandindividualsinnecessitouscircumstances.TheCentreaimstoprovideencouragementandsupportforallwhocomethroughawelcomingatmospherewherethefullourishinganddignityofeachpersonisvalued.Thevenueconsistsofsixfullyfurnishedhouses.Uptoftypeoplecanbeaccommodated.ThefocusofthePresentationFamilyCentreistohelpourvisitingfamiliestondrestrespiteandrecreationawayfromthedemandsoftheireverydaylives.ByworkingcloselytogetherwiththeWildernessProjectCommitteePFChopestoassisttheguestsindiscoveringthedelightsofournaturalhabitatthatthrivesinthepaddocksbeyondtheresidentialpartofthesite.ThisareahasbeencarefullybroughtbacktoitsnaturalenvironmentbySisterJoanPowerandtheWildernessProjectCommitteeAssociatesandVolunteersaspartofanenvironmentalsustainabilityproject.SisterJoanhasdevelopedaLabyrinthinthepaddockwheretheguestsareabletofocusonthespiritualityofthewildernessinadditiontoexperiencingthebeautifulbirdsandwildowers.ByworkingwiththelocalschoolanopportunityarosetoshareinformationaboutPFCandtheWildernessProjectwithlocalfamiliesandtoprovideafundayoutforallinvolved.PresentationFamilyCentreandWildernessProjectCommitteekiteyingdaywasorganisedtogetherwithBalnarringPrimarySchoolonbehalfoftheirstudents.WorkinginPartnershipIntheearlystagesoftheregenerationworkonthelandofthePFCwewereinspiredbythevisionandhardworkofthelocalBalnarringPrimarySchoolCommunity.Thedevelopmentofthewet-landsadjoiningtheschoolandthesubsequentprogramswhichtheyhavepursuedwithintheschoolcurriculumhaveaddedenormouslytotheBalnarringcommunitysecologicalconsciousness.ItisthehopeofthePresentationWildernessthatwecanaddtothisvision.Overthepast8yearsofplantinghereatPFCwehavebenetedgreatlyfromtheexperienceandgenerosityoftheschoolwhichhasaveryseriouscommitmenttotheenvironmentandtopromotingasustainablelifestyle.SoitwasagreatdelighttoinvitethechildrenandteachersofBalnarringPrimarySchooltobringthekiteswhichtheyhadmadeontothelandforagreatdayofkiteying.AsausagesizzleaddedtotheenjoymentofthedayandtothefundsoftheschoolsSustainabilityprograms.ThePresentationFamilyCentrewasopeneduptoReferrersDonorsFriendsandAssociatesthroughoutthisKiteFlyingdayinordertoshareinformationabouttheworkinprogresstosupportourfamilies.Itwaswonderfultowatchthechildrenenjoythesimplepleasuresprovidedbykiteyingandrollingdownagrassyhill.IshtiTurnerPresentationFamilyCentreArtintheWildernessPhotoscourtesyofDarylGordonPhotography7ZartExtra_Term22013artandtheenvironment In2011ourschoolwassuccessfulwiththeapplicationforanArtistinSchoolsfundinggrantthroughArtsVictoria.Thisprogramallowedustohaveaprofessionalartistworkingwithourstudentsfor20days.OurschoolwasextremelyfortunatetobeteamedupwithartistSoniaTomasiello.Soniacreateda9weekunitofworksuitableforouryear7and8studentsthatwasrunthroughoutTerms2and3.ThisenabledSoniatoworkwith4classesoverthe20daysshewasworkinginourschool.BeforeSoniaarrivedwetookblackandwhitephotographsofthestudentsbothfront-onandproleandhadthemblownuptoA4sizereadyfortheirrstclass.Soniaengagedourstudentsinthreedifferentarttechniquesmono-printingstencilingandpapercuttingusingtheseselfportraitsasabaseforthisunitofwork.ThestudentswerealsointroducedtoavarietyofStreetArtiststhroughvideoclipsanddiscussionwhilstSoniaexplaineddifferenttechniquesthattheseartistsusedsuchaswheatpaste.WeallenjoyedhavingSoniaworkinginourschoolsheinuencedandinspireduswithherteachingtechniques.AlthoughwewerefamiliarwiththemediumsthroughSoniasexperienceandexpertiseintheeldofprintmakingwelearntalotofvaluabletipsandtricks.Theseincludedsuchsimplethingsasattachingapieceofpaperwithmaskingtapetothebackofthemono-printdesignsothatthestudentscouldusethesameimageagainonbetterqualitypaper.Thestudentsenjoyedthestencilingtaskespeciallythespraypaintingandpapercuttingtaskandalthoughthesetaskswerequitechallengingforthemtheyremainedenthusiasticengagedandexperiencedsuccess.OncethestudentshadmasteredthethreetechniquesbycompletingthreedesignsusingtheirselfportraitstheyweretheneachgivenanA4orA3sizedpieceofMDFboard.Wehadsourcedpre-cutboardsfromResourceRescueOnthisboardtheywereaskedtocreateacompositionusingsomeorallofthetechniquestheyhadjustexperienced.Soniaalsoprovidedthemwithaselectionofbothcolouredandpatternedpapersthattheycouldincorporateintotheirdesigns.Oncecompletedtheseboardswereusedtocreateamuralinourartsgarden.TheywerecoatedwithanepoxyresinforwaterproongPaperCutPortraitswww.zartart.com.au8artistsinschoolprogramme From23-25thAugust2013theMosaicAssociationofAustraliaandNewZealandMAANZwillholditsbi-annualmosaicsymposiumattheCentreforAdultEducationCAEMelbourne.Thefullprogrammaybeseenatwww.maanz.organdbookingsmaybemadeonline.IlluminateisthethemeforthiseventandthiswillbethersttimeMAANZhaveheldaSymposiuminMelbourne.TheSymposiumprogrambeginsonFriday23rdAugustwithourkeynoteaddressbyCarrieReichardtfromtheUK.Carrieisaleadingcontemporaryartistwhoworksfromamosaic-coveredstudioinLondonTheTreatmentRooms.Carrieisaself-titledcraftivist.Herworkcollapsestheboundariesbetweencraftactivismusingthecrafttechniquesofmuralmosaicandscreen-printingtocreateintricatehighlypoliticisedworksofart.AnotherspecialspeakerontheFridayisDebbieRyanalsofromtheUK.Debbieiswellknownforherpublicart.FridayconcludeswiththegrandopeningofIlluminateanexhibitionofcontemporarymosaicworksatBundooraHomesteadArtCentre.OnSaturday24thAugustwewillpresentanotherfullprogramofspeakersincludingCarolShelkinfromtheUSAwhowillgiveapresentationonFindingyourVisualVoice.ThePresidentofMAANZNolaDiamantopouloswillpresentHowtoBeOutrageouslyCreativeandIwillgiveapresentationonMosaicEnvironmentsaroundtheWorld.Sunday25thwillbelledwithworkshops.Thereare14workshopstochoosefromincludingGuerillaMosaicswithLindaGrifthsfromtheUKTemperedGlasswithSusanCrocenzifromtheUSAMosaicPortraitswithCarolShelkinfromtheUSAandMexicanDayoftheDeadMosaicswithCarrieReichardtaswellassomegreatofferingsbyAustralianmosaicmakers.WearethrilledthatZarthaveagreedtostageanexhibitionofmosaicsmadebystudentsfromK-12atZartaspartoftheMAANZefforttoilluminatemosaicsofandaroundMelbourne.JanRokerhascollectedmosaicsinallformsfromschoolsalloverVictoria.ThisexhibitionwillbeheldatZartsBoxHillshowroomfromJuly13thuntilSeptember11th2013.ItwillbeopenedonJuly18thbyPamelaIrving.TheexhibitsincludemosaicfacesfromMcKinnonSecondaryCollegewhichwilleventuallybeaddedtothePattersonStationCommunitymosaicStationaryFacesacollaborativeworkfromStJamesELCBoxHillandamosaicMalifromBoxHillHighSchool.TherearestillplacesforyourschooltosubmitworkforthisexhibitionsopleasecontactJanatjanzartart.com.au.MAANZwillalsobeholdinganexhibitionatCothamGallery101titledTesserae2013Studentsareinvitedtoparticipateinthisexhibition.Theworksaretobehangingpiecesandbenolargerthan30cm.Wearehopingtobeinundatedwithworkmadebyyoungpeople.IfyourstudentswouldliketoparticipatecontactSandieWrightsandiew4bigpond.comforentryformsandtermsandconditions.TheclosingdateforentryisFriday26thofJuly.WehopetoseeyouallattheZartexhibitionthroughouttermthreewhichwillilluminatemanyofthegreatmosaicworksthataremadeinschoolsthroughoutVictoria.PamelaIrvingArtistandVicePresidentMosaicAssociationAustraliaandNewZealand.andattachedtotheoutsidewallwithfastsettingliquidnails.InTerm4weheldanexhibitiontocelebrateandshowcasewhatthestudentshadachievedwhileparticipatingintheproject.Soniaselectedandframedapieceofartcreatedbyeachandeverystudenttoexhibitandthemuralwasunveiled.Duringthisexhibitionwesetuptheartroomformono-printingandSoniaofferedshortworkshopdemonstrationstomembersofourcommunitywhoattendedourexhibitionopening.Thiscreatedaninvitingenvironmentattheexhibitionwithfamilyandfriendsgettinghandsonintheartroomandcreatingtheirownart.SamanthaPearsallFountainGateArtsStaffFountainGateSecondaryCollege9ZartExtra_Term22013communityprojectMOSAICSILLUMINATED 1.SohowdoyoudoitTobringyourarttolifechangeormovetheartworkbeneaththecameracaptureapicturemoveitagaincaptureanotherpictureandsoon.Onceyouhaveafewpicturesyoucanplaythembackcreatingtheillusionofmovement.BringArttoLifePaulHowellco-ownerandDirectorofStopMotionProanimationsoftwarevisitedZartandranstafftrainingsessionsonusingStopMotionProforcreatinganimatedfilmsinschools.VisitingtheZartgalleryinBoxHillisalwaysaninspiringexperience.Asananimatoritseasytoimaginethepicturesjumpingoffthewalls-literallyAsanextensionofanartactivityorincorporatedintoothercurriculumareasanimationisagreatwaytobringtechnologyandarttogetherinafuncreativeway.Stopmotionanimationisusuallyassociatedwiththree-dimensionalclaypuppetswherethecamerapointssidewaysoursoftwareisusedtofilmWallaceandGromitforinstance.Analternativemoreaccessiblewayofcreatinganimationistopointthecamerastraightdownattwo-dimensionalartworkpaperfeltcardbeads-justaboutanything.2.TimetoGetCreativeTakesomeCoverpaperscissorsgluepaintsandmakeabackgroundforyouranimation.Makeitfairlybigsoyouhavelotsofroomtomove.Holddownthebackgroundwithtapeonthecorners.3.CreatingaCharacterAroughsketchwasdrawnofhowthefrogwouldbeconstructedthepartscopiedontotheCoverpaper.Outlininghimindarkfeltpenwithwatercolourshadinghelpshimstandoutagainstthebackground.Thelegsarmseyesandclosedmouthwereallkeptasseparateelements.Thesewereinterchangedbetweencapturescreatingchangeandmovement.BeforeweBeginToillustratethisideaclearlywehaveamadeashortanimationusingcolouredcardwatercolourpaintsandmarkerpens.AsimplewebcamconnectedtoStopMotionProonaWindowscomputerwasusedtofilmtheanimation.Videolinkhttptinyurl.comfrogfilmwww.zartart.com.au10productexploration 4.ExpressionsTocreateeyeblinkstheeyesweresimplyremovedexposingtheshuteyesunderneath.Thedifferentarmslegsandmouthwerechangedasrequired.5.MovementThefrogslegswereslitsothebodycouldsitbetweenthecalfandthighgivingalittlemoredepth.Theflycharacterwassimplytwodrawingsswitchedforeachcapture.6.KeepingElementsInPlaceCleartapewasusedtoholdthefrogsbodytogetherduringfilming.7.CameraTofilmtheanimationwesimplyhadawebcamtapedtoadesklamp.Youcouldgoallprofessionalanduseatripodifyoulike.AnimationKitKitincludesStopMotionProV7.5ActionPlusSoftwareplastictrayPlasticineTechnicolourFunpackof24coloursClothTapeZartLittlePerson10sheetsofAcrylicFelt.AnimationKitinc.SoftwareKIT013NEWEachkit178.00StopMotionProSoftwareOnlySW001NEWEach140.008.GoingLiveTheStopMotionProwebsitehaseasytofollowinstructionsonconnectingcamerasandtoolstomakeanimationeasier.Importantlywiththesoftwareyouhaveinstantfeedbackyoucanwatchanimationwhileyouareworking.Thismeansrealengagementwithkidsandamuchbetterfilmresult.Pricesexcludegstandarevaliduntil28thJune201311ZartExtra_Term22013productexplorationStopMotionProisavailablefromZartandworksonWindowscomputers.AniPadversionisdueduring2013.Sonothingcanstopyougoingthatextrastepandbringingyourarttolife WhatshappeninginTerm22013FindusonFacebookwww.facebook.comZartArtFindusonTwitterwww.twitter.comzarteducationOurBloghttpzartartnews.blogspot.comFindUsOnlineDidyouknowZarthasaFacebookpageBlogandTwitteraccountWewanttomakesurethatyouarekeptup-to-dateonallthelatestproductspromotionsworkshopsandeventsatZartaswellasshowcaseworkthatourcustomersarecreatingWedliketoencourageyoutopostphotosandcommentsthroughtheseforumssowecanbetteraddressyourneedsandalsoprovideaplacewhereourartistscanexhibittheirworkWearelookingforwardtohearingfromyouandseeingwhatyouvebeencreating.ThispublicationisprintedinAustraliaunderISO14001EnvironmentalCertications.ZartArthaschosentoprintonstockthatisFSCcertiedFSCcerticationensurestraceabilityandvericationofwellmanagedforesttimberfrommilltoprintertoyou.ZartEducationWelcometoTerm2whenwecansupportyouwitharangeofhandsonworkshopstochoosefromwhichyoullndintheZartExtrainsert.WehavesomenewandexcitingProfessionalLearningsessionssuitedtoalllevels.EachworkshopprovidedbyZartcomeswithaprogrammecodeforyourVITregistrationhours.CBCAIllustrators-TerryDentonandCraigSmithComealongtotheJune13th2013eveningtoenjoyaninsightintotheworkoftwoillustratorsTerryDentonandCraigSmithbothillustratorsknownfortheircomicskillswhooccasionallyturntoserioustopics.Theeveningincludeslightrefreshmentsbooksales.DateThursdayJune13thTime5.30pmuntil8.00pmVenueZartN.B.Limitedtotherst70respondents.Cost30CBCAmembersor40nonmembersBookingsPhoneCBCAon1300360436oremailviccbca.org.auBookingsareessentialsogetinearlytoavoiddisappointment.CustomerServiceCentreVisitthecentreduringTerm2toseearangeofnewproductsandresources.TheCentrenowhasaPlayBasedLearningareastockedwithallournewrangeofproductssuitableforEarlyChildhoodandEarlyYears.WhileinthecentredontforgettovisittheTerm2StudentGalleryfullofstunningartworksfromPrimaryandSecondaryArtstudents.ZarteShopShopwithconvenienceandbrowseourcatalogueoneShop-ouronlinestore.eShopofferseaseoforderingacompleterangeofschoolartcraftsuppliessecureauthorisationaccessforyourschoolsaccountautomaticordertotallingadministrationaccessavailableexcellentsupportservice.Tosetupyouraccountorformoreinformationpleasecontactuson0398901867oreshopzartart.com.auSchoolCatalogue2013TheZartCataloguefor2013wasreleasedinearlyNovember2012andsentouttoyourschool.Ahugerangeofnewproductshavebeenincludedtobroadenyourchoiceofartandcraftmaterials.Pleaseringifyourequireextracopies.ZartArtCalendarZARTCLEARANCESALE1213thJuly2013BEQUICK-LIMITEDSTOCK441LextonRoadBoxHillNorth3129Friday8.30am-5pmSat9am-2pm-EndofLineProducts-DiscontinuedItems-DamagedStock-SampleStockPlayBasedLearningCatalogue2013ThePlayBasedLearningCataloguewassentoutatthebeginningofTermOnetoallEarlyYearCoordinatorsandEarlyLearningCentres.Ifyouwishtoalsohaveacopyofthiscataloguepleasecall0398901867oremailzartartzartart.com.au10offALLitemsinourshopExcludesbooksalreadydiscounteditemsPLUSwww.zartart.com.au12 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NewsExhibitionsEditorJanRokerArtDirectionBrittaPoljansekPhotographyEthanBottomleyZartExtraISSN14488450ZartExtraispublishedquarterlybyZartEducationadivisionofZartArtPtyLtd.Thispublicationismailedpriortothefirstweekofthetermissuedate.Thisnewsletterallowsartteachersco-ordinatorstolearnaboutwhatishappeninginarteducationandwhatotherartteachersaredoing.Youwillndinformationonnewarttechniquesandprocessesthelatestmaterialsandresourcesonthemarket.Pleasenoteallpricesquotedarevalidforthedurationofthecurrenttermonlyandaresubjecttochangewithoutnotice.Theinsertofthenewsletterprovidesdetailsofourtermsworkshopssoteacherscanthencontactusandbookintotheworkshop.ZartSupportingteachersincreativeeducation441LextonRoadBoxHillNorthMelbourneVIC3129AustraliaPh0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auEzartartzartart.com.auAdministrationHoursMondayFriday8.30am5.00pmCustomerServiceCentreMondayWednesdayFriday8.30am5.00pmThursday8.30am6.30pmSaturday9.00am2.00pmContentsCoverHaileyburyCollege-Brighton1NewsEventsDates2SelfPortraits3EmotionalFish4DifferentLikeUs5SustainabilityCentre6MosaicClassProjects7ZartStudentGallery8ProfessionalLearning9NewProducts10ZartCalendarTerm3201312CharltonCollegeMonetsGarden10May2013-08Sep2013NGVInternational180StKildaRoadMelbourneMygardenismymostbeautifulmasterpiece.OpeninginMay2013thisstunningexhibitionwillbedevotedtoClaudeMonetsiconicgardenatGivernyandwillincludemorethanftymasterpiecesfromtheMuseMarmottanMonetParisaswellaspaintingsfromleadinginternationalmuseumsandprivatecollections.Dontmissthisonce-in-a-lifetimeopportunitytoseethesemasterpiecesinAustraliaexclusivetoMelbourne.TheexhibitionisorganisedbytheMuseMarmottanMonetParisinassociationwiththeNationalGalleryofVictoriaandArtExhibitionsAustraliaLukePitherReverseGardenHeideMuseumofModernArt7TemplestoweRoadBulleenVIC3105OpenTuesday-Sunday10am-5pmClosedMondays03August-17November2013ReverseGardeninterrogatesthephysicalandsensoryexperienceoftraversingagardenthroughtheactofpainting.ArtistLukePithertransformsthegalleryspaceintoaprofuselandscapebyplantinganetworkofpaintingsasfree-standingpanelsthatcreateaseriesofpathwaysvistascontoursandelevations.Theimagerytakesamicro-viewofthemyriadformscoloursandpatternsofthenaturalenvironmentunpredictableandeverrenewingandevokesthesensationofbeinginclosecontactwithnature.AustralianImpressionistsinFranceNGVInternational180StKildaRoadMelbourneForthersttimethestoryoftheAustralianartistswholivedinFranceduringthelatenineteenthandearlytwentiethcenturiesispresentedinanexhibitionofover130stunningworksofart.AustralianImpressionistsinFrancechallengesourunderstandingofAustralianartduringtheserevolutionarydecades.TheexhibitionshowsthatduringtheseyearsAustralianarttookplacebeyondtheconnesofAustraliaandexamineshowtheexpatriateartistswerepartofthestoryofImpressionisminAustralia.ThroughtheinclusionofkeyworksbyFrenchBritishandAmericanartiststheexhibitionalsoplacestheAustraliansworkwithinaninternationalcontextofImpressionistart.AustralianImpressionistsinFrancebringstogetherover130paintingsprintsanddrawingsfrommajorpublicandprivatecollectionsaroundtheworld.ItincludesimportantpaintingsbyJohnRussellE.PhillipsFoxandCharlesConderaswellasneverbeforeseenworksbylesser-knownartists.BlockPaperScissorsCBCAIllustratorsEveningComealongtotheChildrenBookCouncilofAustraliaIllustratorseveningtoenjoyaninsightintotheworkofKylieDunstanGusGordonandTinaMatthewsTheeveningincludeslightrefreshmentsbooksales.DateThursdaySeptember12thTime5.30pmuntil8.00pmVenueZartBoxHillNorthCost30CBCAmembersor40nonmembersBookingsPhoneCBCAon1300360436oremailviccbca.org.auNBLimitedtotherst70respondentsBookingsareessentialsogetinearlytoavoiddisappointment.www.zartart.com.au22FindusonFacebookwww.facebook.comZartArtFindusonTwitterwww.twitter.comzarteducationOurBloghttpzartartnews.blogspot.com StudentsareoftenintriguedbytheworkofM.CEscheranditwasEscherswellknownself-portraitHandwithReectingSpherewhichprovidedthebasisforataskcompletedbytheYear10ArtclassatCharltonCollege.HandwithReectingSpherefeaturesEscherandhisstudiointeriorbothofwhicharereectedinamirroredspherethatheholdsinhishand.Self-portraitsinreectivesphericalsurfacesarecommoninEschersworkandthislithographisafamousexample.Thisartworkbecameanimportantstartingpointforapaintingtaskwhichrequiredthestudentstoproduceadistortedself-portrait.Tocommencetheunitwediscussedself-portraitureaddressingthefactthatself-portraitscanmerelydepictyourappearanceorwhentakentoanotherlevelcanrevealsomethingaboutthepersonalitycharacterorattitudeofthesubject.Studentsviewedarangeofimagesthatshowthis.Muchconversationcentredonthematerialsandtechniquesusedintheartworksweviewed.WediscussedthefactthattraditionallyartistsdreworpaintedthemselvesfromareectioninamirrorandthisledustoexploreHandwithReectingSphereingreaterdepth.Withaclassroomofdigitalnativesitwasalsopertinenttoexplorehowthetechniquesandprocessesofcontemporaryartistshavedramaticallyalteredwithadvancesintechnology.Atthispointthestudentsstudiedportraitsproducedbycontemporaryartistsparticularlythoseemployingcurrenttechnologyintheirworkingpractices.Theclasswasthenintroducedtothedistortedself-portraittask.Thistaskprovidedanexcellentopportunityfortheintegrationoftechnologyasthestudentswererequiredtousetheirsmartphonestotakeaself-portraitandanapptodistorttheirimage.AlthoughweusedsmartphonesitwouldalsobepossibletouseiPads.ThestudentsusedvariousfreeappsincludingWarpitandRoundyHeadtodistorttheirimagesanditwasexcitingtoseeeveryonesharetheirknowledgeandresources.Experimentingwithdifferentappstocreatediverseeffectswasanimportantstageoftheprocess.Oncetheself-portraitswerecapturedanddistortedtheywereprintedincolour.Thestudentsusedtheirdistortedphotographasthebasistocompletesketcheswhichaidedthedevelopmentoftheirideasanddrawingskills.Whenthestudentsfelttheyhadconsolidatedtheirskillstheydrewtheirimageontoacanvasboardensuringthecanvaswaslledasbackgroundspacewastobeminimal.Thestudentsthenpaintedtheirself-portraitsusingoilpaints.Usingoilsgaveusthechancetoemploydifferentpaintingtechniqueswhilstlearningabouteffectivecleanupproceduresandtheimportanceofhealthandsafetywithintheclassroom.Acrylicpaintscouldbeusedwithequalsuccess.AlthoughHandwithReectingSpherewasproducedin1935itwaseasytouseitasasourceofinspirationwhilstapplying21stcenturyapproachestoourartmaking.Integratingtechnologyenabledustocollaborateandcommunicatewithacommongoalwhilstworkingtowardsthecreationofapersonalindividualartwork.Usingreadilyaccessibleinformationtechnologyintheclassroomsuchassmartphoneshasprovidedthestudentswithvaluableskills.NatashaSaundersYear10ArtCharltonCollegeBeginningwithiPadsinArtWorkshopMonday5AugustTime9.20am-3.00pmSeePDinsertformoreinformation.SelfPortraits3ZartExtra_Term32013artsproject WheredoesinspirationcomefromwhenplanningavisualartprogrammeSusanClarkeatStrathconaBaptistGirlsGrammarSchoolinCanterburyoftenblendsnonctionandctionbooksasherstartingpoint.Inthisunitofworkthegirlsateachgradelevelrespondedwithmuchenthusiasm.ThisunitcameaboutwiththemarriageofthenonctionSwainstonsFishesofAustraliawiththewhimsicalctionbookHappybytheDutchauthorillustratorMiesVanHout.Thesetwobooksprovidedtheopportunityfortheintegrationofscienceandartbycombininganappreciationofthediversityandbeautyofshwiththeartisticlicencetakentodistortandlabelthemwithanemotion.IphotographedandprintedacrosssectionofshspeciesfromSwainstonsbookforchildrenfromPrePrepthroughtoYearSixtouseasareferencefortheirsh.TheyusedavarietyofmaterialssuchaspaintProckeymarkersinkschalketc.OnecriteriawasthatIhadtobeabletoidentifytheirspeciestoensurethattheycapturedthespeciccharacteristicsoftheirparticularsh.Theywerethenabletoexaggeratethefeaturesinordertocommunicatetheirchosenemotion.Allagegroupsenjoyedtheplayfulnessoftheconceptatthesametimegaininganinsightintothediversityofshspeciesandthefascinatingprocessofclassication.ItalsoprovidedagreatexampleofcombiningacareerintheArtsandapassionforMarineLife.SusanClarkeVisualArtTeacherStrathconaBaptistGirlsGrammarSchoolEmotionalFishwww.zartart.com.au4linkingartwithscience OurjourneywithorangutansbeganinFebruarywhentwomembersofourVisualArtstaffattendedtheZartworkshoprunbyacclaimedanimalwildlifeartistandorangutanexpertPamelaConder.InspiredbytheopportunitytomeaningfullyinvolveourstudentswithwildlifeconservationandenvironmentalsustainabilityweelectedtoincorporatetheEarth4OrangutansprojectintotheVisualArtcurriculumatMiddleSchoolLevelsSixandEight.AunitofworkwasdevisedwhichwouldintroducestudentstotheseriousconservationandextinctionissuesfacingtheorangutansinSumatraandBorneo.Thestudywouldfocusontheplightofbothcaptiveandwildorangutanstheorangutanlifestyleandphysiology.Studentswouldconductresearchbeforeusingavarietyofcreativemediumsandtechniquestocreateaseriesoforangutanportraits.TheportraitswouldbeofferedforauctionattheDifferentLikeUsArt4Orangutansstudentexhibitiontoraisemoneyfororangutanconservation.Ourstudentswereimmediatelyengagedwiththeproject.InordertoharnessthestudententhusiasmforboththeorangutanprojectandiPadtechnologyitwasdecidedthattheorangutanportraitswouldtakethreeformsAdigitalportraitcreatedontheiPad-designedtofocusstudentattentionontheboldshapecolourandstructureoftheirselectedorangutansubjectsAdetailedshadedpencilsketch-designedtofocusattentiononfacialexpressionandstructureAcolourportraitcreatedusingwatercolourYearSixorsoftpastelYearEightwhichwouldcombinealltheseelementsandcapturetheindividualityoftheorangutansubjectinanexpressivestudy.TheUnitwasdesignedtoincorporateacomprehensivedesignprocessexperimentationwitharangeofartmaterialsandtechniquesself-evaluationexercisesandtoembraceiPadtechnology.StudentssurpriseduswiththeircondenceanddexterityusingtheiPadasanarttool.Thedigitally-generatedartworksusingSketchBookProBrushesAppswerevibrantandcolourfulsurprisinglydetailedandcapturedtheuniquenessofeachorangutansubjectinboldcolour.Asacontrastthepencilsketchesweresoftexpressivestudieswhichcapturedthefacialfeaturesofthesubjectsandallowedstudentstodisplaytheirknowledgeoforangutanfacialstructure.ThesoftpastelportraitscreatedbyYearEightstudentscompletedusingA3boxboardandToisondOrsoftpastelswerestunningvelvet-likeintexturewitheachportraituniquelydifferentyetallfeaturingthesamerichnessofcolour.TheYearSixportraitscapturedthefun-lovingnatureoftheorangutansusingbeautifullyblendedwatercolourandnebrushes.StudentselectedtoframetheirportraitsusingZartpre-cutmountsortocreatecollagedleafframesusingZartspecialtypapersinarangeofpatterns.TheDifferentLikeUsexhibitionopeningattheZartGallerywasatruegalaeventsupportedbydignitariesprincipalsteachersfamiliesandfriendsofthestudentartists.Notonlywastheexhibitionandsilentauctionarecognitionofstudentendeavourandartisticsuccessbutalsoacelebrationofcommunitycommitmenttothepreservationofamuch-lovedendangeredspecies.JudiRobertsonVisualArtTeacherHaileyburyBrightonDifferentLikeUsArt4Orangutans5ZartExtra_Term32013differentlikeus AtStMacartansweareincrediblyproudofourSustainabilityCentrewhichplaysanintegralroleinallareasofschoollife.OurSustainabilityCentreconsistsofakitchenherbgardensfruitorchardandcitrusplantings.Wealsohavechickensguineapigsminiaturepigscompostsandwormfarms.Ahothousehelpsustogrowseedlingsandpropagateplantsbydivisionandcuttings.Gardenbedsandfenceshavebeenconstructedusingreclaimedcorrugatedironandbricksandsustainablymilledtimber.Parentvolunteerswereinvolvedintheconstructionofthegardenbedspavinganimalenclosureswormfarmsfenceandarbour.Whereverpossiblematerialshavebeensourcedlocallyinordertoreduceourcarbonfootprint.ThesustainabilitycentreisthemainhubofactivityforourGardeningClub.Theclubconsistsofstudentswhovolunteertheirlunchtimetoworkintheschoolskitchengarden.Theyaretrainedinallaspectsofhorticulturefromseedraisingandpropagationtocompostingandanimalhusbandry.Thesestudentsalsohaveimportantrolesintransferringtheirknowledgetotheremainderoftheschoolcommunity.EachprepstudentiswelcomedtoourcommunitywithasunowerseedlingduringtheirorientationprogramwhichtheynurtureduringthesummerbreakpriortotheircommencementatSt.MacartansPrimarySchool.HavingthisSustainabilityCentreprovidesmuchinspirationforourVisualArtsProgram.Eachyearweaimtobuildupthestudentartdisplayswithinthegarden.Theserangefrompermanentpiecestorotatingartworkwhichiseventuallytakenhome.Wehavecreatedarangeofartworksandusedavarietyofmaterialstoaddinterestandcolourtothegarden.Sourcingthecorrectmaterialsisimportantfortheoutdoors.Claytilesembossingfoilplywoodwireandglasshavebeenusedinavarietyofartpieces.KarenBrownVisualArtTeacherStMacartansPrimarySchoolMorningtonhttpwww.smmornington.com.auTiledPillarsVipondpaintwasusedtocolouranddecoratethetilepicture.ThesetileswerethengluedontoCypresspoleswithliquidnails.Thepoleswereconcretedintotheground.Toprotecttheartworktheywerecoatedwithamarinequalityoutdoorgloss.FoilEmbossing-Embossingfoilwasprecutintotheshapeofpetalsandshapestocreateabuttery.Usingapenthechildrenusedlineworktocompletedetailedpatternscreatingatexturedsurfaceontheirpieceoffoil.Theindividualpieceswerearrangedstapledandgluedtogethertoformavarietyofowersandbutteries.Wethenattachedtheseontogardenstakesandtheywereplacedinthegarden.PaperMagiclayMagiclayisagreatmaterialfortheoutdoorsandseemstowithstandtheelementsquitewell.Thechildrenhaveexploredskillsinmodellingandshapingtheclaytomakeinsectsowersandbirdstoscatteramongsttheplants.WhendryVipondpaintwasusedonourgardenart.SustainabilityCentreartmeetstheenvironmentGardenArtIdeaswww.zartart.com.au6inspirationhub MosaicClassProjectsIn2012RoxburghParkPrimarySchoolwasfortunateenoughtoreceive2grantstorunwholeschoolandparentmosaicprojects.Themosaicsarenowdisplayedaroundtheschoolandareawonderfuladditionbrighteningupourschoolgrounds.Allstudentslearntaboutthehistoryofmosaicsandthetechniquesinvolved.Thestudentsstaffandparentswereinvolvedincreatingawiderangeofsculpturestiledpanelsseatstotempolesandbottlecapmosaics.Itwasfantastictoseestudentsteachersandparentsinvolvedandworkingtogether.Itwasanopportunitytolearnnewskillsmakenewfriendsandhelptomakeourschoolabeautifulandexcitingenvironment.Theschoolcommunityappreciateshowthewholeprojecthasenrichedourenvironmentandreectstheprideweallhaveinourschool.Weallworkedtogethertobuildstrongconnectionsandmadeourschoolavibrantandfuncommunityforeveryonetoenjoy.WewouldliketothanktheHumeCitycouncilandtheDianellaSocietyformakingtheseamazingprojectspossible.SueBallettaVisualArtTeacherRoxburghParkPrimarySchoolPrepsSunowersbottlecapmosaicinspiredbytheartworkofVanGogh.Grade12Flyingbutterieswhicharedisplayedintheschoolgardens.Grade34UsedpotstomakeTotempoleswithquirkyanimalfacedesigns.Thesereallybrightenupthefrontoftheschool.Grade5createdaForestMosaicPanelthathasbeenplacedoutsidetheschoolofce.Grade6MosaicBenchSeatsandaFishMuralacrosstheartroomwall.ParentsandRoxburghParkcommunityMosaicbirdsanimalscreatureswhichhavebeenputuparoundtheschool.PRPREPPPSSGGRGRDADADADAAEEE22GRAD5GGGADD6GGGGGGRDDDE3447ZartExtra_Term32013artandtheenvironment ZartStudentGalleryTerm3CurrentlyonExhibitionuntilSeptember112013AveMariaCollegeSelfPortraitMosaicsBoxHillHighSchoolMosaicMaliBrightonGrammarMosaicDogsCharltonSecondaryCollegeiPadPortraitsCornishCollegeSelfPortraitMosaicsEDARartsMosaicsHolyFamilySchoolBellParkMosaicsIvanhoeGrammarMerndaCampusFlowersKorowaAnglicanGirlsSchoolMosaicTableMcKinnonSecondaryCollegeMosaicMirrorsSacreCoeurTravelStoriesStBernadettesSchoolSunshineNorthScratchArtStJamesELCBoxHillSouthSpiralTreeStJoachimsPrimarySchoolMosaicsStMarysCollegeSeymourLinoLadiesStrathconaBaptistGirlsGrammarSchoolFishStTheresesPrimarySchoolMosaicRainbowStVincentdePaulPrimarySchoolNaturalMosaicsZartsStudentGallerySituatedupstairsintheZartCustomerServiceCentreEachtermtheStudentGalleryexhibitsanewdisplayofworkfromyoungartistsrangingfromkindergartentoVCE.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobeexhibitedthatshowcasesnewideasandtechniquessuitableforallagelevels.PleaseemailimagesofworkyouwouldliketoexhibitoneterminadvancetoJanRokeronjanzartart.com.auAlsovisitwww.zartart.com.auSSAASACRCCREEECOOOEUEEURRSASACRECCOOEUEUURRSTVINCENTDEPAULPRIMARYSCHOOLBRIGHTONGRAMMARCORNISHCCOCLLEEEwww.zartart.com.au8zartsstudentgallery ProfessionalLearningOneofthemostexcitingaspectsofteachingandlearningtodayistheincreasedawarenessofandcommitmenttopitchingourteachingtowardtheindividual.WearewitnessingagrowingbodyofevidencetosupportwhatteachersparentsandchildrenhavealwaysknownandIhavealwayssaidinmymostoftenusedquoteNotallchildrenarereadytolearnthesamethingatthesametimeinthesameway.Walker2007Thegreatestchallengeineducationwhetheritbeayoungpreschoolerora10yearoldingrade4or5atschoolishowdowepersonalisetheteachingandlearninginclasssizesofperhapsupto28HowdoweensurethatteachersareprovidinginstructionandexplicitteachingthatmeetstherequirementsofthecurriculumexpectationssetbyGovernmentHowdoweengageyoungchildreninmeaningfullearningenvironmentsthatmotivateandinspirewhenbudgetsarelowandhowdoweensurethatteachingandlearningisdeepcreativeandaboutthewholechildnotjustaboutliteracyandnumeracyWehavesomanygreatstrategiesandteachingandlearningapproachesnowtoassistandguideintheseareas.WecanrelylessuponpersonalhunchesandinclinationsandgaingreatercondenceinevidencebaseddatastudiesandpracticalimplementationthatisbeingshowcasedacrosstheworldthathasbeendevelopedrighthereinAustralia.WecandrawupontheexpertisefromotherdisciplinesandstudiesinmentalhealththeartspsychologyemotionalintelligenceandteachingandlearningapproachesthatarepersonalisinglearningandenrichingthelivesofchildrenfromareasasdiverseasChinaremoteindigenouscommunitiesinfarnorthAustraliaandinnerurbanindependentschoolsinAdelaideVICWATasmaniaandACT.Topersonaliselearningdoesntmeanthrowingawaytheneedforroutinesexpectationsgoalsandintentions.Itdoesinfactrequiresystemsorganisationclarityandunderstandinghowalearningenvironmentneedstobesetuphowtheteachingandlearningworksacrossatimetableinaweekandhowauditingagainstoutcomesassessmentreportinganddocumentationworks.Truepersonalisedlearningislikeanexactscience.Itrequiresteacherstoknowexactlyhowitneedstobetestedandtrialled.Itneedstobesupportedthroughprofessionallearningandtobetakenseriously.Personalisinglearningisnotafree-for-allwherestudentscanturnupiftheyfeellikeitorlearnonlyiftheywantto.Personalisinglearningiswhatalllearningcommunitiesmustbedoinginthe21stcentury.Thekeychallengeistoaddresshowandwhatdoesitneedtolooklikeinactionthatwillensureintegrityforstudentlearningandsolidoutcomesforchildren.KathyWalkerPersonalisingLearningfortheWholeChildConferenceOctober19th2013GrandHyattMelbourneIfyouarecommittedtopersonalisinglearningthisconferenceisamustTheprogramoffersaninteractivedaywithhighqualityinternationalandnationalspeakerswhowillprovidethoughtprovokingtheoryandpracticeunderpinningauthenticpersonalisedlearning.Thisconferencewillinspireteacherstothinkofthechildbeyondtheacademicandhowthechildcomeswithacontextoftheselfpeersfamilycultureandthebroadercommunity.Educatorswillbechallengedtothinkabouttheimportanceofthenotionofthewholechild.FeaturingKeynoteSpeakersDrGeorgeOteroUSAKathyWalkerAUSShonaBassAUSRobertBrownAUSBookingswww.Earlylife.Com.Auinfoconference-2013TicketPricesEarlybirdregistrationby31August2013260GSTFullregistration295GSTbudgetsareloensurethlearningandabchildliteraWehstrateandleanowtintrelpeanace9ZartExtra_Term32013conference Pricesexcludegstandarevaliduntil20thSeptember2013FabricSurfaceDesignCHERYLREZENDESFibreartistCherylRezendesshowsyouhowtocreateanastonishingarrayofsurfacedesignssimplyandsafelyusingtextilepaintsandprintingink.ShecoversawidevarietyoftechniquesstampingancientJapaneseShiborisilkscreensoywaxandourresistimagetransfermarblingnatureprintingandmore.BK280112pp31.81ImageTransferonClayPAULANDREWWANDLESSContemporaryceramistshaveadaptedtraditionalprintmakingprocedurestotransferimagesontoclaysurfaces.Workwithstencilsreliefblocksorstampstryingavarietyofmaterialstomarktheclaysurface.Eachmethodiscarefullylaidoutinnumerousphotosandshownonanishedpiece.BK709112pp22.72WoodenMoveableAnimalsThesesetsofthreewoodenanimalscansimplybeplayedwithormaybeusedasmodelstodraw.Theseanimalsaremadeofpineandsuitableforchildren3.Eachanimalhasamovablesection.WOODENWILDANIMALSElephantMonkeyandGiraffeWA001WOODENCRAWLYCREATURESAntSpiderandCockroachWA005WOODENFARMANIMALSHorseMouseandDogWA010WOODENSEACREATURESPenguinWhaleandTurtleWA015EachSet9.95KineticSensorySandItissandbutitdoesnotactlikesanditisawonderfulsensoryexperiencetorunyourhandsthrough.Itfeelsheavierthanregularsand.Itwillsquishintoashapebutitwontholdthatshape.Whenyouscoopupahandfulitlookslikelavaowingoffofyourhandinslowmotion.Watchitmove.Thiswillbeapopularadditiontothesensorylearningareainyourclassroomorcentre.PB0105kg45.00CardboardMuralJigsawCreateagiantjigsawofartworkthroughcollaborativeworkoruseeachpieceasablankcanvastomakeanartworkwithadifference.Theseheavydutycardboardpieceswillmakeonegiantdisplaypieceinyourschool.COMPLETEDPUZZLESIZE98CMX1.75MCB780Pktof27largepieces28.95RawMaterialArtTRISTANMANCOThenewestdevelopmentinalternativearttheuseofsalvagedandrepurposedmaterialsbycontemporaryartists.Mancorevealshowartistsarebringingcreativitytobasicoftenunglamorousmaterialsfrombrokenbottlesoldip-opsandskateboardstosustainableresourcessuchaswoodstrawandpaper.BK632256pp45.41www.zartart.com.au10newproductsandresources IronlakSprayPaintIronlakwasdesignedtoofferthebestcoveragealongsidegreatcontrolandavibrantcolourrange.Ironlakperformsextremelywellinavarietyofdifferentclimatesbothhotandcold.CanscomettedwiththeIronlakVeganCapoutlinerandanadditionaltwofreeIronlakNYfatcaps.21COLOURSAspenPT420-ASAutumnPT420-AUBattleshipPT420-BABrightChromePT420-BCCameleonPT420-CAFlirtPT420-FLFrazettaPT420-FRGoldPT420-GOLinzIcebergPT420-LIBMattBlackPT420-MBMidnightPT420-MIPhantomPT420-PHPhat1sTrueRoyalPT420-PTRPineappleParkPT420-PPPoseSushiPT420-PSRealsSublimePT420-RSRoarkePT420-ROSmurfPT420-SMSovietPT420-SOTorquayPT420-TOTuesAfterburnPT420-TA400mLaerosol7.15CAPSCycloneSuperFatCapPT421-CYNewYorkFatCapPT421-NYFSharpShooterSuperSkinnyCapPT421-SHVeganOutlinerCapPT421-VEWidowMakerFatCapPT421-WMEachcap0.45StretchedCanvasOneminicanvascanturnintoamassiveinstallationorsimplypresentasasoloworkofart.Theseinexpensiveprimedcanvasesareagreatstartingpointforanyunitofwork.1.5WIDE4x410CMx10CMCV810Each2.45ClipboardMasoniteA5Heavydutyclipboardmadefrommasonite.Easytousewithspringloadedclip.Convenientsize.CL208Each1.8511ZartExtra_Term32013newproductsandresources 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NewsExhibitionsZartExtraISSN14488450ZartExtraispublishedquarterlybyZartEducationadivisionofZartArtPtyLtd.Thispublicationismailedpriortothefirstweekofthetermissuedate.Thisnewsletterallowsartteachersco-ordinatorstolearnaboutwhatishappeninginarteducationandwhatotherartteachersaredoing.Youwillndinformationonnewarttechniquesandprocessesthelatestmaterialsandresourcesonthemarket.Pleasenoteallpricesquotedarevalidforthedurationofthecurrenttermonlyandaresubjecttochangewithoutnotice.Theinsertofthenewsletterprovidesdetailsofourtermsworkshopssoteacherscanthencontactusandbookintotheworkshop.ZartSupportingteachersincreativeeducation441LextonRoadBoxHillNorthMelbourneVIC3129AustraliaPh0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auEzartartzartart.com.auAdministrationHoursMondayFriday8.30am5.00pmCustomerServiceCentreMondayWednesdayFriday8.30am5.00pmThursday8.30am6.30pmSaturday9.00am2.00pmContentsChristianBrothersCollegeCoverNewsEventsDates2GoodMorningChina3BlotchestoBirds4YarnBombing5EDARArts6ProfessionalLearningINSERTTheatricalClayMasks7MyFirstYearintheArtroom8ZartStudentGallery9NewProducts10ZartCalendarTerm4201312CauleldGrammar-MalvernMELBOURNENOW22NOV201323MAR2014TheIanPotterCentreNGVAustraliaatFederationSquareandNGVInternational180StKildaRoadMelbourneNowcelebratesthelatestartarchitecturedesignperformanceandculturalpracticetoreectthecomplexculturallandscapeofcreativeMelbourne.Thisambitiousandfar-reachingexhibitionacrossNGVAustraliaandNGVInternationalwillshowhowvisualartistsandcreativepractitionershaveprofoundlycontributedtocreatingaplacewithauniqueanddynamicculturalidentity.TheexhibitionwillrepresentMelbourneasadynamiccentrefortheproductionofdebateaboutandparticipationincontemporaryartarchitecturedesignandperformance-innovativecreativepracticeinallitsforms.MelbourneNowwillencompassanambitiousprogramwithwellover120artistsandprojectsaswellasarchitecturalanddesignprojectsandcommissionscommissionsforkidsandfamiliesandacommunityhallwhichwillhostarotatingprogramencouragingcommunityexpressionfromchoirsworkshopsmulticulturalgroupsperformanceartistscakedecoratorsphilosophersandpoetsamongmanyotheractivitiespublicprogramsandevents.FUTUREPRIMITIVE23NOV2013-02MAR2014HeideMuseumofModernArt7TemplestoweRoadBulleenVICThetitleconveysalinktomoderntwentieth-centuryartinspiredbyindigenousartefactsahistorythatisthesubjectofworksbyartistssuchasNarelleJubelinDanielBoydandAlasdairMcLuckiewhoareamongoverfteenartistsfromAustraliaandNewZealandincludedintheexhibition.Morebroadlytheexhibitiondrawstogetherarangeofworkbyartistswhoconjoinmodernistideasorformswithatavistictotemicortribalmotifsemploytraditionalhandcraftsorfundamentalmaterialsandwaysofmakingsuchasceramicsorweavingtocontemporaryendsorforgetheirpersonalstyleidentitythroughimagesorideastheyidentifywithacrossculturesandtimesanythingfromsciencectiontowoodcarvings.Someoftheartiststurnthetableonmodernistprimitivismandexploreitsspeciclocalhistoriessomemakereparativegesturesattractedtowhatmightbesharedacrossculturesorcommunitiesratherthanwhatdividesotherssidesteptheusualdecorumaroundthesubjectofprimitivismandprovokequestionswithouthypocrisy.Manyoftheworksmoveforwardandbackbetweenpastandfuturepresentingtheprimitivenotasbackwardbutasagoingbacktooriginswhetherancestralanimalorculturalinanattempttondouthowtolivebetterinaworldincrisisortoquestionitsvalues.THREEPERFECTIONSPoetryCalligraphyandPaintinginChineseArt06DEC201309JUN2014NGVInternational180StKildaRoadThreePerfectionsexplorestheinterconnectionsbetweenpoetrycalligraphyandpainting.IntraditionalChinascholarsandscholar-ofcialswerecultivatedintheseartsasvehiclesofself-expression.Paintingwasregardedassilentpoetryandpoetrypaintingwithsound.Scholarstrainedintheartofhandwritingorcalligraphyatanearlyageusedcalligraphicbrushstrokesintheirpaintings.ThisexhibitionconsistsofpaintingsandcalligraphyfromtheAsianCollection.WorksdatingfromthefourteenthcenturytothepresentwillshowtheuniquenessofChineseartandthecontrastbetweentraditionalandcontemporaryartinthecontinuityofalivingtradition.www.zartart.com.au22FindusonFacebookwww.facebook.comZartArtFindusonTwitterwww.twitter.comzarteducationOurBloghttpzartartnews.blogspot.com Sometimesbeingaspecialistteacherinaprimaryschoolcanbealonelyexistence.ButthatchangedforMandarinteacherBeckHickmanandmewhenwedecidedtocreateamuralinspiredbyChinachildrenandplay.WewantedtodosomethingbigsomethinggrandsomethingtoacknowledgeandcelebratetheChineseculture.AsIhadcompletedfunandinspiringZartcourseswithPamIrvingandJaneByrnewedecidedanoutdoormosaicwasthewaytogo.FortunatelyforusZarthadasimilarPDearlylastyearwhichwebothattendedandfromthatpointon-armedwithawealthofideasandnewskills-wewereaforcetobereckonedwith.GOODMORNINGCHINABeckhadoftenreadtostudentsGoodMorningChinaapicturestorybookbyHuYongYidetailingtheactivitiesChinesechildrentakepartinbeforeattendingschool.ChildrenatElsternwickPrimaryhadalwaysrespondedwelltothisbeautifulbooksowedecidedtouseitasourinspiration.StudentsinGrade5and6studiedthestyleofillustrationsusedinthebookastheyweregoingtorecreatethechildreninclayforthefocalpartofthemosaic.Wewantedtoensuresomeformofconsistency.WealsolookedatotherimagesofchildreninChina-ruggedupinlayersofclothingtoprotectthemfromtheharshwinters-astheseillustrationswereverysimilartothoseinGoodMorningChina.StudentsinGrade3and4createdadditionalceramicpiecessuchaslanternsbarkleavesshandlilypads.Originallywewantedtousethreelargepanelsbutbasedonadvicefromparentsweoptedforninesmallerpanelswhichwouldbeeasiertoattachtothe100yearoldbrickwall.OnceweplacedandarrangedthestudentsworkontheninepanelsBeckandIwiththehelpofanotherstaffmemberDanielleLooneypainstakinglycompletedthebackgroundtothechildrensworkwithceramictiles.Ourmuralwasnottheworkofanartistinresidencebutthecollaborationofanumberofdedicatedpeoplefromourschool.Ittookanentireyeartoplanandconstructourmuralwhichincludedlatenightsafterworkandcountlesshoursovermanyweekends.Whilstitsoundslikeanincrediblylaborioustaskneveroncedidwefeellikeitwaswecouldseethemuraltakingshapewitheverytileweplacedwhichmotivatedusfurther.Toaccomplishsuchalargescaleworkofartsheerdeterminationandapassionformosaicconstructionwasamust.NowasthemembersofourschoolcommunityarriveeachdaytheyaregreetedbythemosaicGoodMorningChinailluminatedbythesunrisingintheeast.ThisworkaddslifeandcolourtotheschoolyardhighlightsthestudentsachievementsinartandillustratestherichChineseculturethatisembeddedintheschoolcommunityofElsternwickPrimary.LindaTaylorVisualArtsTeacherElsternwickPrimarySchool3ZartExtra_Term42013artsproject Muchofmydayisspenttryingtoseethepossibilitiesintheseeminglyunconnectedanddiscoveringnewwaysofinterpretingtheworldaroundme.Sharingthiswayoflifewithmystudentsisoneofmybiggestgoalsbutasamiddleschoolteacheritsalsooneofmybiggestchallenges.BlothetoBidMakingConnectionsHowdowegetnewideasfromthethingsaroundusWitheachnewclassofYear7sIbeginthesemesterwiththis90-minutelessonwhichisperfectforengagingthestudentsfromtheveryrsttimetheyentertheartroom.Tobeginwehaveaclassdiscussionaboutsomeofourfavoritethingsaboutartclassesfromprimaryschoolandalsodiscussthethingswefounddifcultorchallenging.Interestinglynearlyeverystudentsaidthatthinkingofnewideaswasoneoftheirmainchallenges.CreateaseriesofrandomblotchesEachstudentreceives6pre-cutpiecesofwatercolourpaperabout20x20cm.Weusebrushesscrunchednewspaperpapertowelandsinkspongeswithdifferentcolouredinkstocreateaseriesofrandomblotchesoneachpieceofpaper.Thiscanalsobedonewithpaintbutinksdryquicklyenablingeveryonetomoveontothenextstep.AtthispointthestudentswillbeaskingWhataretheseforDonttellthemOnlyemphasisethateachblotchshouldbeuniqueinshape.TurnblotchesintorecognisableimagesStudentsthenthinkaboutwhatimagestheycanidentifyineachoftheirrandomblotchesandusinganelinerbegintoturntheirblotchesintorecognizableimages.Iemphasisetheimportanceofnotjustdrawingapictureovertheirblotchratherusethecurvesandcontoursoftheinkmarksaspartsoftheirimage.Itoftenturnsintoabitofagrouptaskwithfriendssuggestingideastoeachother.Theyreallexploringideasandbeforeyouknowitsuggestionsarebouncingallovertheroom.ArgumentserupttoowithItsadogWhatNooooIseeashoeItsgreattoseethestudentssurprisethemselveswiththeirownideasOfcourseaswithmostthingsinarttheresneverarightorwronganswerandtomethisiswhatIndsospecialaboutbeinganarteducator.Bytheendofthelessoneveryonehassolvedaproblemnotwitharightorwronganswerbutwithauniqueperspective.Weturnrandominkblotchesintorecognisableimages.Itissoimportantthatwegiveourchildrentoolstheycanusetohelpthemunderstandandmakesenseoftheworldaroundthem.TeachingartisntjustaboutbeingabletorecognizeanAndyWarholorvanGogh.Artisalsoaboutteachingyoungpeoplewaystoofadaptingandrespectingotherswaysofthinkingandworking.Itsabouthelpingthemdeveloptheircreativeproblem-solvingskillsandteachingthemtheimportanceofcommunicatingandsharingtheiruniqueconnectionsandideaswiththeworld.AdelleFrittittaVisualArtsTeacherNazarethCollegelthestidwww.zartart.com.au4exploration Yarnbombingisaformofgraftiorstreetartwhichinvolvescoveringobjectsinknittedwovenorcrochetedyarn.Oftenthepurposeistobrightenandaddwarmthtoexistingspaceswithintheurbancommunity.AsIwasattractedtothesurrealappearanceoftreesintheirnaturalenvironmentcoveredinbrightcolouredyarnIdecidedtoyarnbombaprominenttreeintheentrancetotheschoolasaprovocationforthestudents.Thisledtoagreatdealofstudentinterestsomehadseenotherexamplesofyarnbombinginthecommunitywhileotherswereexcitedbytheconceptofknitgrafti.TheyarnbombingprojectanextracurriculaactivitybeganwithteachinginterestedstudentsfrompreptoYear6howtoknit.Theythoroughlyenjoyedknittingandcontinuedtoknitathomewiththeirmothersandgrandmothers.HoweverIsoonfoundsomestudentshadlostinterestastheknittingdidntgrowasquicklyastheywouldhaveliked.Luckilyanumberofgrandmothersintheschoolcommunityhadalsorealisedthepotentialoftheprojectandofferedtoprovideknittedsquaressowecouldcontinuetoyarnbombotherobjectsaroundtheschool.Thisinturngavemetheopportunitytoteachthestudentsadditionalskillsblanketstitchsewingandinvisiblestitching.Theeffectwassooninfectiousandwithrevivedinterestthestudentslovedchoosingwhichitemstobombnext-anythingfrompicnictablestoothertrees.Thisprojectbecameacollaborativeeffortacrossallyearlevels.StudentsfromPreptoYear10sharedtheirskillsandworkedtogethertoachievesuccess.Themotivationwastwofoldtomaketheirschoolenvironmentaestheticallymoreattractivewhileatthesametimesomeofthejuniorsdiscussedtheirdesiretokeepourtreeswarmforwinter.Renewedinterestamongstudentsintheuseofyarnasacreativematerialinspiredthemtocreateartpiecesknittedwearableartaswellassubsequentyarninstallations.Ithasbeenlovelytohearhowourcolourfultreeshaveputasmileonpeoplesfacesenteringtheschooleachmorning.Theprojectcontinuesonasaheadofusisalongtreelineddrivewayofsome200treeswhicharecryingouttojointheCornishyarnbombingexplosionBexHintonVisualArtsTeacherCornishCollegeYarnBombing5ZartExtra_Term42013artintheenvironment InitiallyEDARArtsseemedlikeanopportunitytobroadenIansinterests.AsheisavisuallearnerbutsosportmindedIthoughttheArtsworkshopsmighthelptodevelophisperception.BeforehehadnotbeenveryinterestedindrawingandeverythingwasalwaysredandblackEssendonscolours.SincehestartedIhavenoticedarealchangeandwehavebeenimpressedwiththeworkhehasproduced.Ann-MotherofEDARArtistThankyousomuchMissCassthisdayhaschangedmylifeEvany-schoolstudent.Initiallysomeofourgirlswerehesitantandshybutasthedayprogressedmanyfeltittobealifechangingexperienceforthem.Itgavethemtheopportunitytotrulyunderstandwhatitistolivewithadisability.Moreimportantlytheyunderstandthecommonexperiencesofhumanity.Thisisnotsomethingthatcanbelearnedfrombooksyouneedtoexploreandcommunicateandcreatetogetherinordertoforgethistypeofunderstanding.KatrinaBrennan-HeadofFintonaGirlsSeniorSchoolThequotesandtestimonialsabovearewhatistypicallyheardwhenpeople3DPapiermacheSculptureforSpecialEducationWorkshopWednesday20NovemberTime9.20am-3.00pmSeePDinsertformoreinformationEDARArts-PromotingConfidenceIndependenceintheCommunityrefertotheirexperienceswithEDARArts.Whetheritisanartistwhoparticipatesinworkshopstheparentsoftheartistwhohaveseenatransformationandsubstantialgrowthintheirsonordaughterortheschoolstudentwhohashadtheirfirstexperiencecommunicatingwithapersonlivingwithadisabilityallwillattesttothelifechangingexperiencethatcomesoutofbeinginvolvedwiththisnewventure.EDARArtsisacontinuallyevolvingleaderininnovationandaninspirationtothoseinvolvedwithit.EDARArtsisdevelopingconnectionswithinthecommunitythatpromotesindependenceconfidenceandawareness.Itoffersartworkshopsduringthedayandafterhoursforanyonewishingtojoinincludingthosewholivewithadisability.Itprovidesparticipantswithhighqualitymaterialstrainingandthepossibilitytobecomesuccessfulandprofessionalartists.EDARArtistswereinvitedtoexhibittheirmosaicworkinanexhibitionbyourproudsponsorsZart.Theworkgeneratedstronginterest-atestamenttothetalentandhardworkoftheartistsandtheirmentors.EDARArtsalsooffersuniqueSchoolConnectionsWorkshops.Throughfunexcitingandstructuredworkshopsschoolchildrenengageandinteractwithpeoplewholivewithadisability.Barriersarebrokendownfriendshipsformedandsurprisingadvancesaremadeinbothcommunicationandleadershipskills.Bothstaffandthestudentshavegivenheartfeltandgenuinefeedbackthattheirexperienceshavehadanimpactonthempersonallyandhowtheynowviewothers.Whatbeganasasmallideaanideathatwasdevelopedbyoverlyexcitedandpassionatepeopleisnowbecomingasignificantandmarvellousinfluenceonourcommunity.MelanieCassEDARArtsManagerwww.facebook.comedarartswww.edararts.org.auwww.zartart.com.au6communityartsprojects TheYear9ceramictaskwastoexploreandpushtheclaytoitslimitswithmanipulationandcreationoffacialexpression.ResearchintoCommediadellarteandartistssuchasFrancisBaconandEdvardMunchwasundertakenasasourceofinspiration.Girlswereencouragedtouseeachothertocapturethedetailoffacialfeaturesandthewaytheymove.Manyideasweremarriedtogethercombiningmorethanonemaskwasalsoexplored.Thebuildingofthemaskstructurewascoveredwithapracticaldemonstration.Multipleplasticmasksweresplicedandoverlapped.Cardboardextensionsandsupportingstructuresofnewspaperwereaddedforgreaterexpressionoftheidea.Animalandhumanfeaturesweremutatedsometimesfourmaskswerefusedtogether.Thebasisoftheclayconstructionwasaslab.Texturalfabricswereimpressedintoonelayerthenstretchedandrippedtocreateinterestingedges.Finegrogwasimpressedintotheclaytosuggestanothertheatricalelement.Glassbuttonsluminescentshapesandneglassstringerswereutilisedtocreatereectionsluminousshapeandlinearpatterns.Thestudentswereencouragedtobuildtheatreintotheirideasthroughtheiruseofcolour.VipondsHighGlossPaintandcracklemediumswereusedandthefeatheringofcolourharmonieswasexplored.Theceramicworkwasremovedfromthesupportingarmaturewhenleatherhard.Crumplednewspaperwasusedunderneaththeworkwhererequiredforextrasupport.Dryingwasveryimportantsotheworkwaslefttoairdryontheslattedshelvesbeforeadayofkilndryingwithpilotlights.Displayoftheworkwastotallystudentdriven.ThevenueHillsleyachurchinteriorwassplendidasthelightwasabletobearticiallyspotlightedtogetherwithlteredsunlightthroughstainedglasswindows.Thegirlslabelledandarrangedtheworkforthe110thBirthdayVisualArtsExhibitionfeaturingPreptoYear11work.Theexhibitiondesignoftheshowshowcasedthegirlsskillsaspractisingartists.KathleenNowakVisualArtsTeacherIvanhoeGirlsGrammarSchoolTHEATRICALCLAYMASKS7ZartExtra_Term42013clayexploration BacktoBasicsProgrammeThisyearweaskedEmilyRamsdenBlairCoatesandBrookeCainthreeBacktoBasicsparticipantstoreflectontheirfirstyearinaprimaryschoolartroomandsharewithustheirexperiencesteachingartsincewelastsawthematZartEmilyteachesELC3toYear2ArttwodaysaweekatFirbankGrammarTurnerHouse.Sheiskinderandprimarytrainedandwasaclassroomteacherforover15years.Emilyreturnedtopart-timeworkthisyearafter5yearsasastayathomemum.BlairisfulltimeintheElthamEastPrimarySchoolartroomafterfouryearsofclassroomteaching.Brookestartedhercareerinpatternmakinganddesignbeforebecomingaprimaryschoolteacher.Thisyearshegainedapart-timepositionatAltonaPrimarySchoolworkingwithanexperiencedartteacherwhowaslookingtodecreaseherhours.WhatwasthebiggestchallengetakingonthisroleEmilyMybiggestchallengetakingonthisrolewastoeducatemyselfawayfromcraftyactivitieswhichIdnormallydowithmyownchildrentowardsdevelopinganunderstandingofthesequentialdevelopmentintheareaofVisualArts.DidtheBacktoBasicsworkshopinJanuaryhelpyouwiththischallengeIfsohowEmilyTheworkshopwasinvaluableineveryway.Thehandsonapproachandthethoroughdiscussionsanddemonstrationsbothasawholegroupandinsmallergroupsmeantthatnoquerywasleftunanswered.Havingtheopportunitytoexploreandexperimentwitharangeofmediainthevariousartareasreallyallowedmetothinkabouthowbesttotransfermyexperiencestomyartclasses.Italsoshowedmethateveryone-bothchildrenandadults-allhaveanartistinsidethem.IactuallysurprisedmyselfwithmycreationsWhatwasyourbiggestaccomplishmentthisyearBrookeIdevelopedamorestructuredapproachtoplanningandteachingintheartroom.Ifeelmuchmoreconfidentaboutmyteachingandthelearningthatistakingplace.Ithinkitreallyshowsinthequalityofartworkbythechildrenandtheirenthusiasmtotrysomethingnew.WhatareyoulookingforwardtotryingnextyearBlairModrocformodellinganddevelopingmyabilitieswithclay.BrookeMoreclayworkwiththechildren.ImlearningmoreabouttechniquesandglazesandIhopetotrialsomepiecesnextyear.EmilyHavingspentthemostpartoffirstsemesterfindingmyfeetasanartteacherIreallylookforwardtotweakingsomeofmylessonsthatIfeelcouldbeimprovedoralteredasmyexperienceandconfidencegrowsHaveyoudoneanyoftheotherBacktoBasicsworkshopsIfsohaveyoutrialedanyofthetechniquesBlairIhaveattended3onedayworkshopsinclayconstructionandthreadsandtextilesandhaveusedideasandtechniquesfromeachatvariouslevels.IwillusemoreoftheseMyFirstYearintheArtroomtechniquesastimegoesby.BrookeIattendedtheClayBacktoBasicsworkshopinMayandcameawaywithaclearerunderstandingofthepossibilitiesofworkingwithclayandtheimportanceofunderstandingthemethodsofconstruction.SincetheworkshopIhaveworkedwithjuniorgradestocreatepinchpotsandhangingmobiles.IfyoucouldgiveateacherthatisnewtotheartroomonepieceofadvicewhatwoulditbeBlairBeorganisedandhavefunEmilyTheonepieceofadviceIwouldgivetoanewartteacherishaveagoEveryonehasanartistinthemitjustneedstobenurturedanddevelopedathisherownpace.Enjoyeveryminutebecausenotmanyjobsallowyoutobecreativeandmessyallatonce.2014BackToBasics3DayWorkshopProgrammeSeePDinsertformoreinformationwww.zartart.com.au8professionaldevelopment 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