Try something like a continuous narrative, or the use of figure, or art for
propaganda, or art for power, as a rack on to which to frame the lesson(s).
Then choose the time periods, then choose the visuals. Also concentrate on
the three S's (subject, style and historical significance).
I have to come up with three art lessons that would
have the following
at least 2 comparative visuals from the same movement
surrealism, abstract expressionism, womens art
movement to name a few)
some kind of philosophy that would be applied to these
a philosophical problem using the visuals?)
the art history of the visuals, artists, what was
going on during the
movement, why the movement happened etc
and also have the students apply this knowledge to an
art project that
is simular to the movement (such as a painting or
ANY assist would be appreciated in this direction
please email me directly with such assist
Thanks so much
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