Tiana Ackx’s, a Howest student Bachelor of Primary Education, participation in the sustainable project week in Middle School Bruges.
Using a frame to look and appreciate the hidden ‘art’ of the outdoorsAdministrator2017-10-09T15:33:31+01:00
A lesson plan where learners will be encouraged to look around carefully for interesting and attractive or thought provoking things that might usually be overlooked.
Exploring subject knowledge outdoorsAdministrator2017-10-09T15:33:39+01:00
A lesson plan where the learner will be given (or choose) one of the visual elements and a definition of it to explore outdoors. These are colour, tone, line, pattern, texture, shape, space and form.
Virtual sculptures outdoorsAdministrator2017-10-09T15:33:48+01:00
A lesson plan to consider the relationship between a sculpture (form) and its location outdoors (space). And explore scale and the relationship between smaller than, larger than and actual size. Image attribution: Nelson’s Ship in a Bottle, outside the National Maritime Museum. Photograph by Mike Peel (www.mikepeel.net)
Flood the outdoors with artAdministrator2017-10-09T15:33:53+01:00
A lesson plan regarding making art to share and give pleasure to an audience (people we don’t know) with the possibility of tracking where it ends up via social media.
Creating ephemeral art lesson planAdministrator2017-10-09T15:34:04+01:00
Ephemeral art exists only for a short while and will be changed and removed by the environment (weather, animals, humans). Explore how to use ephemeral art using this example lesson plan.