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.
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
We visited the local Museum and we counted the religious symbols signifying protection in the art works of the collection ( 14- 17 century) , after that we talked about our daily symbols for self protection ; we looked into visual culture representations and we decided to make our own protecting image . This was the project for a blue ceramic tile, called azulejo in Portuguese ,In Portugal, some houses have protecting tiles outside. So we learned a lot about Tradition tile painting in Turkey , Holland and Portugal . We saw images of contemporary tiles made by artists in the Lisboa metro stations.
In imagination of creating new values and creation, the society often tends to forget something very important. That is to do nothing, not to produce new things.
In art lesson we could recognize other means to create virtual reallity as such(not handycrawt, or normal design). Looking and learning at the ansamble of art- or designpiece, students face with these selfexpressions where one designobject ends and the communication in plural begins.
Students will start to replace the objects in exsisting still-life. The success will depend on they´re scetches and ability to catch the reflective propertys of the objects.
Students, however, express their individuality through the composition.
The point of the Non-design- to show the essence of conceptual and more room based visual art.
The thoughts above are from the study, „Non-design in elementary school“.
Students chose their favourite reading and made their own artistic books according to it. It could be a book(s), internet pages, newspapers – all the imaginable things we could read. They had unlimited freedom to choose their book materials. Next they binded it into “books” and illustrated it with intriguing stories from the original reading material.
2010 / Merily Pärn, Johanna Maria Mertsina, Kaarin Kivirähk, Kert Urmas Raudvere, Anneli Kripsaar, Jaana Lindmets, Maarja Roosalu, Ragne Liigia Hiir, Hannah Caroline Segerkrantz, Eliisa Ülevain, Janno Jõulu, Pia Inger Sepman, Annika Tabri, Linda Vainomäe, Annamaria Solovjov, Aleksandra Taniberg, Eva Mari Mahhov, Greete Froš, Heidi Urmet, Kati Ots, Johanna Perens, Ra Koort, Katariin Mudist, Mary Vahtra, Laura Kõmper, Kadri Karolin Kõuts, Lotta Hiie, Susanna Mildeberg, Kadri Kuulpak, Angela Must, Anna Malvet, Helen Aaver, Henrik Rakitin, Georg Simmul, Maari Hinsberg, Meeri Sõelsepp, Melissa Ingela Bramanis, Kadriann Pikkat, Emma Malvet