Along with my art education major and art history minor, I also have my dance minor. And, last week I was extremely fortunate enough to be apart of Marywood’s Dance Fall Show Case. 252 more words
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The Russian Suprematism is the invention of Russian artist Kazimir Malevich, was one of the earliest and most radical developments in abstract art. Its name derived from Malevich’s belief that Suprematist art would be superior to all the art of the past, and that it would lead to the “supremacy of pure feeling or perception in the pictorial arts.” Heavily influenced by avant-garde poets, and an emerging movement in literary criticism, Malevich derived his interest in flouting the rules of language, in defying reason. 128 more words
There are really two reasons we do Tableaux Vivant. The first is to make you truly consider what the important details of an artwork are – if someone could only show you a select detail or two, what would those details need to be so that you would recognize your artwork. 473 more words
This lesson plan is part of my proposed curriculum for level 4 art students in high school.
Imaging: History, Development, and Commercialization of Photography
Objective: to teach students about perception while focusing on the camera and how it can be used in and out of the workplace… 87 more words
This lesson plan is part of my proposed curriculum for the influence of art then and now.
The Art of Politics and Economy
Objective: to artwork influenced by war, governments, the economy, and politics and then examine how we have visualized modern society, politics, and war in art. 97 more words