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From: Arthur, Michelle (marthur_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Fri Aug 21 2009 - 14:30:45 PDT


I have a template for a cube and some activities for art already created
on them. If you would like them, send me an email at marthur@hsd2.org
and place cube template in the subject line and I will send them out to
you.

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I would also be interested in using short story books to precede art
lessons. Any ideas are welcome.
Also, I heard about an Op Art Cube. Does anyone have more information
on
that? How about a template for the cube.
Sue

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TEACHERARTEXCHANGE Digest for Sunday, August 16, 2009.

1. RE: teacherartexchange digest: August 14, 2009
2. Re: teacherartexchange digest: August 14, 2009

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Subject: RE: teacherartexchange digest: August 14, 2009
From: "Kim Navarre" <navarre@dacor.net>
Date: Sun, 16 Aug 2009 12:57:09 -0400
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Children's story books

I'm looking for short story books to precede art projects and which
spark creativity in kids age 5-8. I'm not necessarily looking for art
related books but springboards for lessons. I've used The Dot to
precede pointillism, Ish to precede cubism and Magpie Magic to
precede Lauren Burch. Any ideas? I had heard of a book about a little
girl who wants to use a permanent marker and then reinvents herself
but I have not been able to find the title or author. Does this sound
familiar to anyone?

Kim
wingspanart

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>TEACHERARTEXCHANGE Digest for Friday, August 14, 2009.
>
>1. Looking for an independent project for Middle School
>2. Re: Looking for an independent project for Middle School
>3. Re: Independent project for Middle School - Elements/Principles
>4. Re: Independent project for Middle School - Elements/Principles
>5. Re: Independent project for Middle School - Elements/Principles
>6. Re: Looking for an independent project for Middle School
>7. SGS Arts School Model
>8. Re: SGS Arts School Model
>9. fractals and string art
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>Subject: Looking for an independent project for Middle School
>From: Tina Vercelli <tvercelli@ardmore.k12.ok.us>
>Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 08:31:27 -0500
>X-Message-Number: 1
>
>I want to implement a requirement for my middle school students to
>complete
>an independent art project each quarter. The project should show that
>they
>understand the concepts that are focused on during that quarter. The
>project
>would be assigned to them at the beginning of the quarter and they
>would
>work on it in their free time. I have one for Art history, one for
>art
>media, but I'm stuck for one for the elements/principles. Any
>suggestions?
>
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>Subject: Re: Looking for an independent project for Middle School
>From: Diane Davis <dianemdavis@mac.com>
>Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 10:40:22 -0400
>X-Message-Number: 2
>
> How do they design or start on such a project from the beginning of
>the term, if they are learning the info. all during the term? Will
>they have enough time to do it after they have gathered all the info?
>I'm not sure if I was assigned something at the beginning of the
>term, that I could work on it until I understood all of what you
>wanted in it.
>Diane
>
>On Friday, August 14, 2009, at 09:31AM, "Tina Vercelli"
><tvercelli@ardmore.k12.ok.us> wrote:
>>I want to implement a requirement for my middle school students to
>complete
>>an independent art project each quarter. The project should show
>that they
>>understand the concepts that are focused on during that quarter. The
>project
>>would be assigned to them at the beginning of the quarter and they
>would
>>work on it in their free time. I have one for Art history, one for
>art
>>media, but I'm stuck for one for the elements/principles. Any
>suggestions?
>>
>>
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>Subject: Re: Independent project for Middle School -
>Elements/Principles
>From: Judy Decker <jdecker4art@gmail.com>
>Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 10:50:39 -0400
>X-Message-Number: 3
>
>Greetings Tina (and all),
>
>An excellent Elements/Principles project would be a poster design for
>a cause the students feel passionate about. We often hear that
>students today are apathetic. "We" can change that! "We" (art
>teachers) have the power to make them care.
>
>Writing more details about this lesson would take me a lot of time
>(smile). I have many "Invisible art" ideas/lessons already posted on
>the web (Lessons I wrote that never materialized - or at least I
>never
>found out about it if they did). My favorite "Invisible Art" lesson
>to
>date is the Blue Man one I wrote about.
>
>Please do not post a reply to this to Getty list asking for more. If
>you want to hear more, ask me at my Yahoo address that is posted on
>Incredible Art Department.
>
>Reminder to all: If you post a reply to any one's post, take a couple
>of seconds to remove the member's email address from your post. It is
>a courtesy. Spammers grab email addresses from the list archives. I
>have not closed my former Gmail address yet as I haven't learned how
>to transfer my archive to this address. Once a week I go in a delete
>all of the "crap" I receive. Most of it from my own email address!
>(that form of Spamming started last year sometime - spoofing your own
>address). Quite disgusting stuff, too. Somehow, Yahoo has found a way
>to block that form of spamming as I don't get any on that address.
>Call me "controlling" if you wish (smile). Many do.
>
>Regards,
>
>Judy Decker
>
>On Fri, Aug 14, 2009 at 9:31 AM, Tina Vercelli wrote:
>> I want to implement a requirement for my middle school students to
>complete
>> an independent art project each quarter. The project should show
>that they
>> understand the concepts that are focused on during that quarter.
>The project
>> would be assigned to them at the beginning of the quarter and they
>would
>> work on it in their free time. I have one for Art history, one for
>art
>> media, but I'm stuck for one for the elements/principles. Any
>suggestions?
>>
>
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>Subject: Re: Independent project for Middle School -
>Elements/Principles
>From: Heather Leal <hleal@att.net>
>Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 09:45:16 -0700
>X-Message-Number: 4
>
>We made accordian books on elements and principles- a page for each
>element on one side, a page for each principle on the other- the
>pages
>were designed with a combination of collage and drawing, ink, marker,
>
>colored pencil. We used black paper for the pages. Then they made
>front and back covers with cardboard covered in paper. I don't have
>any pictures of them though- we did them after learning the elements
>
>and principles, but the same thing could be done as an ongoing
>project.
>Heather
>
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>Subject: Re: Independent project for Middle School -
>Elements/Principles
>From: Judy Decker <jdecker4art@gmail.com>
>Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 14:11:00 -0400
>X-Message-Number: 5
>
>This reminds me....
>
>Cynthia Gaub does/did an Elements Book with her students. Here is a
>link to her blog:
>http://www.blog2008.thevirtualclassroom.org/?cat=10
>
>I don't know if she still does the book. She is now hooked on
>"Teaching for Artistic Behavior" TM (Trademarked - TAB Choice).
>
>Judy Decker
>
>On Fri, Aug 14, 2009 at 12:45 PM, Heather Leal wrote:
>> We made accordian books on elements and principles- a page for each
>element
>> on one side, a page for each principle on the other- the pages were
>designed
>> with a combination of collage and drawing, ink, marker, colored
>pencil. We
>> used black paper for the pages. Then they made front and back
>covers with
>> cardboard covered in paper. I don't have any pictures of them
>though- we did
>> them after learning the elements and principles, but the same thing
>could be
>> done as an ongoing project.
>> Heather
>
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>Subject: Re: Looking for an independent project for Middle School
>From: mwhiteec@cablemodem.com.ec
>Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 15:14:28 -0500 (ECT)
>X-Message-Number: 6
>
>Developmentally, I'm not sure students this age could maintain such a
>long-term assignment. If they haven't learned the concepts, how can
>they work
>on the project in their spare time? They may come up with a great
>idea to
>demonstrate balance, but get discouraged when they have to add rhythm
>in
>addition, or a complementary color scheme that doesn't fit with their
>vision.
>
>I think I would teach all my objectives, alluding to the fact that
>they will
>demonstrate mastery in an independent project that's like a final
>exam, then
>give them the complete assignment for the last couple of weeks of the
>quarter
>to work on it. Having them work independently, but allowing them to
>consult
>with one another (instead of always asking you if it's good), would
>be a great
>learning experience. You'll just be the supply clerk. I like Judy's
>idea of
>a poster. Graphic design takes into account so many concepts.
>
>Maggie
>
>> I want to implement a requirement for my middle school students to
>complete
>> an independent art project each quarter. The project should show
>that they
>> understand the concepts that are focused on during that quarter.
>The project
>> would be assigned to them at the beginning of the quarter and they
>would
>> work on it in their free time. I have one for Art history, one for
>art
>> media, but I'm stuck for one for the elements/principles. Any
>suggestions?
>>
>>
>>
>> ---
>> To unsubscribe go to
>> http://www.getty.edu/education/teacherartexchange/unsubscribe.html
>>
>
>
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>Subject: SGS Arts School Model
>From: Gabrielle Bliss <Gabrielle.Bliss@mpls.k12.mn.us>
>Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 16:14:37 -0500
>X-Message-Number: 7
>
>Hi Everyone,
>
>I am on a team writing a proposal for a self governed arts school
>using
>an open school instructional format in Minneapolis. Does anyone know
>of
>any schools, programs, models that would be good to look at as we
>draft
>our proposal?
>
>Thanks,
>
>Gabrielle Bliss
>Visual Arts
>Thomas Edison High School
>700 22nd Ave NE
>Minneapolis, MN 55418
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>> We made accordian books on elements and principles- a page for each
>
>>
>> element on one side, a page for each principle on the other- the
>> pages
>> were designed with a combination of collage and drawing, ink,
>> marker,
>> colored pencil. We used black paper for the pages. Then they made
>> front and back covers with cardboard covered in paper. I don't have
>
>>
>> any pictures of them though- we did them after learning the
>> elements
>> and principles, but the same thing could be done as an ongoing
>> project.Heather
>>
>>
>> ---
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>> http://www.getty.edu/education/teacherartexchange/unsubscribe.html
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>Subject: Re: SGS Arts School Model
>From: Heather Leal <hleal@att.net>
>Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 14:44:41 -0700
>X-Message-Number: 8
>
>I don't know of any, but it sure sounds like a place I would love to
>
>teach- I'm at an explicit direct instruction, standards based,
>objective on the board every day kind of place-
>Heather
>
>
>
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>Subject: fractals and string art
>From: "Julie" <picturejbd6@comcast.net>
>Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 23:21:40 -0400
>X-Message-Number: 9
>
>Hi all,
>
>I'm forever searching for an easy string art lesson (I saw some
>beautiful
>examples on Artsonia.com) and non-computer generated fractal art such
>as
>fractal painting or drawing. I have high school students 11-12.
>
>Thank you. Julie
>
>
>
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Subject: Re: teacherartexchange digest: August 14, 2009
From: Deborah Sterner <deborah.sterner@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 16 Aug 2009 13:07:00 -0400
X-Message-Number: 2

Pish, Posh, Said Hieronymus Bosch comes to mind

On Sun, Aug 16, 2009 at 12:57 PM, Kim Navarre<navarre@dacor.net> wrote:
> Children's story books
>
> I'm looking for short story books to precede art projects and which
> spark creativity in kids age 5-8. I'm not necessarily looking for art
> related books but springboards for lessons. I've used The Dot to
> precede pointillism, Ish to precede cubism and Magpie Magic to
> precede Lauren Burch. Any ideas? I had heard of a book about a little
> girl who wants to use a permanent marker and then reinvents herself
> but I have not been able to find the title or author. Does this sound
> familiar to anyone?
>
> Kim
> wingspanart
>

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