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Lesson Plans


RE: Art Club

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Art Studios of the Coeur d'Alenes (banjoart)
Sat, 4 Sep 1999 07:56:13 -0700


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Dear Sharon:
I am not an art teacher in the traditional sense, but I do have ideas:
1. Have the club design and draw a children's coloring book about the =
area or topic of interest.
2. Have the students create hand-painted/drawn greeting cards for =
special needs folks (nursing homes)
3. Have the students adopt a famous artist for a week and do everything =
"in the style of..."
4. Have the students bring different works of their own art in progress =
or finished and other students be assigned to give constructive help.
5. Invite speakers of different art backgrounds to share.
6. Illustrate a story.
7. Try a murder mystery where a skull must be ID through facial =
reconstruction
8. Go to court and try courtroom sketching
9. Design CD covers
10. Study sales and marketing practices currently in vogue today
11. Take an artwalk
12. Teach younger kids an art concept.
13. Do a studio tour.
14. Do a composite from someone's description
15. Design a logo

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This is a start---not as strange as it seems--we do all the above and =
more as working artists.=20
Best wishes
Carrie Parks

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Dear Sharon:
I am not an art teacher in the = traditional=20 sense, but I do have ideas:
1. Have the club design and draw a = children's=20 coloring book about the area or topic of interest.
2. Have the students create = hand-painted/drawn=20 greeting cards for special needs folks (nursing homes)
3. Have the students adopt a famous = artist for a=20 week and do everything "in the style of..."
4. Have the students bring different = works of=20 their own art in progress or finished and other students be assigned to = give=20 constructive help.
5. Invite speakers of different art = backgrounds=20 to share.
6. Illustrate a story.
7. Try a murder mystery where a = skull must be ID=20 through facial reconstruction
8. Go to court and try courtroom=20 sketching
9. Design CD covers
10. Study sales and marketing = practices=20 currently in vogue today
11. Take an artwalk
12. Teach younger kids an art=20 concept.
13. Do a studio tour.
14. Do a = composite from=20 someone's description
15. Design a logo
 
 
This is a start---not as strange as = it seems--we=20 do all the above and more as working artists.
Best wishes
Carrie = Parks
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