Hi Art Scholars,
I have an exciting lesson brought to you by Ms. Belot from Heritage & Juarez-Lincoln. After you watch the video there's a Symmetry Scavenger Hunt and an activity about positive and negative space. Check out this video on Symmetry from Free School: https://youtu.be/YFzktJNmnPU
Now try to complete a Symmetry Scavenger Hunt around your house. Look for items around your house with lines of symmetry. Draw a sketch or describe your favorite symmetrical object and ask a family member to guess what it is! If you need help thinking of lines of symmetry, check out the next page for a Lines of Symmetry Bingo.
Or using scissors and colored paper you can create this positive and negative space art work. This lesson is from Ms. Westfall.
Happy Wednesday Art Scholars!
I have a fun drawing activity for you to draw. Please check out the video from Art for kids Hub on YouTube.
Once you have drawn the Folding Ice Cream, I hope you will make it your own. When you are finished with your creation, please share it with us on Twitter @VAPA_CVESD.
Check out this great Op Art video. You'll need some paper, a pencil, a ruler, and an eraser.
When you're done you can use some coloring supplies, they used markers but you don't have to.
When you are finished with your art please share on flip grid.
Hey Art Scholars,
Check out Ms. Belot's lesson for you about Antoni Gaudi.
You will need a thin book and some foldable paper (can be recycled or new).
First check out this Mati and Dada art video below about Antoni Gaudi:
Now look at the instructions below to complete the project. Please have your parents help take a picture and send it to your teacher or upload it to twitter and tag @CVESD_VAPA.
Have an Artful Day,
Art History Activity - Antoni Gaudi
Lesson By: Erica Belot at Heritage/ Juarez-Lincoln
Please watch the Mati and Dada YouTube video about Antoni Gaudi below (8 minutes long)
For your Art response:
Gaudi shows how to create a structure just using 2 pieces of paper and a book. Students and families can try this using either copy paper or cardboard. I used copy paper and a paperback book and folded the papers into thirds. I would try this with folding since copy paper won't curve well. You could also experiment with a magazine or binder on top. When you have completed the challenge, please take a picture and share it on Twitter with @CVESD_VAPA
Hello again Art Scholars,
Your art teachers have been hard at work while you began distance learning with your classroom teachers.
Check out this great idea from Ms. Estrada:
Also, if you haven't checkout the VAPA Youtube channel. VAPA teachers are creating all kinds of video lessons for you. This is just one of the many lessons on the Youtube channel now:
Look for more posts every Wednesday and Friday.
Hello Art Scholars,
This week your art activity is created so you can work on it yourself or you can create as a family. There is no wrong way to do this lesson as long as you try your best. Explore your creativity and enjoy.
Art gives children an outlet to express themselves and an activity in which they can create things that they are proud of. When children create and share their art, they develop self-esteem from experiencing opportunities to make something unique, expressing their feelings and imagination, and receiving praise and critique from those around them.