The worksheet is made for art lessons from 5.-12. grade. The pupils are required to make a mood board (as an collage) and then swap the worksheets with a partner. Viewing the partners collage, the pupil has to provide three ideas for a present.
We discussed culural, geographical, historical contexts of the work by Daniel Blaufuks and the stories of our families. We discovered we are all mixed, our roots were spread out around the worls. Many students had african ancesters, one grand father was a nazi soldier, others were Portuguese soldiers in Africa, racism, colonisation and war issues were raised. Drawng out our family portraits we discovered things that our parents had kept in silence. All kind of archives were used; objects, photographs, post cards, oral histories. The end products were very different from drawing, to objects and collages. The important was the thinking process, drawing to unserstand ourselves.
Carefully selected labels were sticed on a poster. The task of teaching hours in a great color.
Carefully selected stickers are pasted on a poster. Poster gets a new life with a little help from a relative.
2012 / Tartu Childrens Artschool. teacher Riho Kall
The aim of this project was to provide a useful teaching method that could be used in art classes to enhance visual thinking with the purpose to help students understand and create art. I designed worksheets that help students to analyze selected works of art using associative images and a worksheet to create art. The phases to create art are: keywords, associative pictures and the final work of art based on keywords and pictures. The theme for the art work was „Personal painful memories“.
2012 / Students of Sally Art School (14-18 years old)
Art work from different eras were analysed, links were made with society and phenomena of other areas of the period. A visual work was made based on the analysis. The task supports students to make connections between art, art history and society and raise the knowledge of the role of art and artists in different eras.
2012 / Sally Stuudio students: Susanna Mildeberg, Lotta Hiie, Linda Vainomäe, Heidi Urmet, Pia Sepman, Anna Maria Solovjov, Merily Pärn, Melissa Bramanis
“Art Tells Our Story”, was an intercultural art exchange project through the arts held in 2001 in R. D. Seymour Elementary School, East and Fundaçao J. dos Santos/Torredeita/Viseu/Portugal
with students aged 8-10 yars old
Family traditions is the topic of an interchange project between art teachers in primary schools from Portugal, Malasia, Colombia, USA, and Turkey about the topic ‘ Family traditions’
see more at http://visualnarratives.wikispaces.com/family+traditions
2009 / Carol Goff ; Fernanda Santos; Manuela Prata, Burcu Diker, Claudia Gaetan, and others
The students chose a particular time period when emerging packages were collected at home (eg Christmas). Then it was all transported to school. The task was to create a 3d artpiece on cardboard called HAPPY CONSUMER. How happy is the consumer who pollutes the surroundings of themselves?
2012 / teacher Katrin Musteikis Saue, TLKK 3d group