Has anyone ever used National Gallerys interactive collage as the
basis for a real collage? I'm fortunate to be at a high school where
all 2,000 students have laptop computers and we are encouraged to use
them in our curriculum. I would love for the students to create their
collage, take a screen shot and then try to replicate their creation
with various papers and colored pencils.
If you haven't looked at the interactive activities on NGA kids
http://www.nga.gov/kids/zone/zone.htm, take a look. I used the
virtual mobile maker last year as an introduction before the students
made their actual mobiles.
From: Harold Olejarz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group
Sent: Wed, 15 Feb 2006 22:05:40 -0500
Subject: [teacherartexchange] PC version of Comic Life
I received the info below and am passing it on.
More options 10:14 am (11 hours ago)
I am a member of the art teacher listserv but my e-mail bounces if I
try to send it so I am going to send this directly to you. My
students have been using the software Comic Works and that can be used
by PC users. Would you please pass this on to the list. I am not
familiar with Comic Life so I don't know how similar the programs are.
Go to http://www.animebooks.com/decowo.html
here is the screen example.....
Tri-West Hendricks High School
Lizton , IN