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"Art is not what you see, but what you make others see."

-Edgar Degas

 

 

Dear Readers,

Due to the nature of this wiki relating directly to school curriculum, requests for admission to

join from outside communities will unfortunately have to be rejected, so as not to disrupt the delivery of the units etc.

However, feel free to view, use or adapt any of the content provided here.

 

about 

 

Visual Arts Curriculum

(Dover)

 


 

 

 


Info for:

Analysing an Image

 


 

 

OTHER USEFUL LINKS: 

 
 

 

 

Mr. C's Collection of UWC Art on Flickr

(note: this will grow throughout the year as the units progress)

Find visual art ideas and resources to inspire and motivate your lessons, artwork and art curriculum. Also suitable for students.


Mr. C's Personal Blog

 

Blogging for

Reflection info

 

Artful Thinking: Using Art to Promote Thinking in the Classroom 

 

 

 

Art Think:Ways of Working - A Creative Approach for Students

of Art

 
 

Have a look at Advice For Students of Art 

 

 

Why some Art students almost never get high grades

(via Student Art Guide)

 

“Creativity has always been essential for our cultural growth, but there are still many misconceptions about this elusive process. Not the left-brain/right-brain binary that we’ve come to believe, being creative is considerably more complex, and requires a nuanced understanding of ourself and others. Being a powerful creative person involves letting go of preconceived notions of what an artist is, and discovering and inventing new processes that yield great ideas. Most importantly, creators must push forward, whether the light bulb illuminates or not.”


 

It's possible to come up with brilliant, shiny new ideas even in the dullest, most routine-ridden environments -- or any location, for that matter. You just need clever creative thinking techniques.

The Top 10 Mistakes Made by Art Students (via Student Art Guide)

 

 

Using a series of professional and student examples, this film explores how sketchbooks can become a personal ‘visual conversation’ that can become a valuable tool in understanding how the world is made.
The analytical nature of drawing means that by sketching regularly, we can begin to build up a visual memory to use as a resource for designing from the imagination. 

1: Keeping a Sketchbook by Pam Locker from University of Lincoln on Vimeo.

 

Art Basics - The Elements of Art

 

 

 

Paper Size Reference:

Template Page to copy

YIS

 

Developing:

UWCSEA Dover

Short Art Prompts and Projects

Video Project

 

 

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