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Lesson Plans


Cubism Lessons (3D)

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Robert Alexander Fromme (rfromme)
Sun, 01 Mar 1998 15:57:40 -0600


Pam:

One of the principles of cubist forms involved multiple points of view. Why
not have the kids draw simple contour outlines of each other's heads and
shoulders from several points of view on scrap cardboard or poster board
(side, 3/4 view, frontal, from top, from below, etc.) Then have them make a
cardboard sculpture using glue or by slotting, or taping the cardboard
shapes, creating three-dimensional portrait busts of each other.

Bob
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