Book Unit             Year 9        5 month coursethis unit provides introductory    information to preparestudents for fu...
STRANDS               Level   ACHIEVEMENT                      LEARNING OUTCOMES               in Visual Arts        4    ...
What is Art?• …………………………….?• …………………………….?• …………………………….?• …………………………….?• …………………………….?• …………………………….•    Create a title p...
Task 2                        MAKING       Art?              METHODS PROCESSES AND PROCEDURES ARTISTS USEMARK MAKING      ...
MARK Making
Task 3: Mark Making StudyTask 3: Mark Making Study      Mark Making:      In this work the      markmaking was      used b...
Art                     From MarkMAKING                     To Narrative ArtArtist : John Pule
Studying artist methods
Combine symbols, images or patterns of your own a grid composition to create yourOwn ‘PERSONAL TAPA’ Think about your own ...
What is onE?                    T        ……………………………        ……………………………        ……………………………        LIGHT                   ...
TonE?1   2   3   4   5   6                        1. Draw the simple shapes.                        2. Show the light dire...
Colou
What is     INSTALLAT             ION  Art?  …………………………  …………………………  …………………………  Using Richard Killeen’s ‘Beetle works’ to...
Year 9, Installation
Artist Book study
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  1. 1. Book Unit Year 9 5 month coursethis unit provides introductory information to preparestudents for further studies in art.
  2. 2. STRANDS Level ACHIEVEMENT LEARNING OUTCOMES in Visual Arts 4 OBJECTIVES for lessons in the UnitClass/Year:9 Curriculum in Visual Arts CurriculumUnit Topic: PK Developing practical skills Developing use of media Developing in the use of media, Developing use of techniquesArtist Book Practical processes and techniques  Developing use of processes Knowledge in the and collating and Developing use of presentation Visual Arts presenting work. DI Developing ideas through Developing use of personal image making Developing Ideas artist studies and Developing ideas relating to mark making,Number of in the Visual Arts identification of processes tone and composition, (techniques)lessons:16 methods and techniques. Developing ideas relating to presentation of work Developing ideas relating to 2D and 3D works CI Communicating ideas Communicating ideas in personal works Communicating through interpretation of relating to mark making and Interpreting in artists studies in  tone the Visual Arts Methods processes and Narrative studies techniques. Composition and media UC Understanding how artists Developing skills in collecting and presenting Understanding the work and compile and information for use in art works. Visual Arts in collate information for use in  Developing skills in understanding how Context artworks. Understanding artists present work how artists present works.  Understanding how to present own work in the classroom for public viewing. Rationale for unit: Visual Communication uses key terms and methods. You will develop skills in how and why works are developed. This very short unit builds a foundation for understanding and develops practical skills in these visual communication strategies. You will learn how to use media and methods for future studies in this subject.
  3. 3. What is Art?• …………………………….?• …………………………….?• …………………………….?• …………………………….?• …………………………….?• …………………………….• Create a title page ‘Art’• Put your name on it!• You may use images of your choice on this page. Think of the class discussion ‘What is Art’ and use things that particularly impact on you as art on this page.• H.W. Find images you think relate to art and bring to next lesson for your ‘Artist Book’.
  4. 4. Task 2 MAKING Art? METHODS PROCESSES AND PROCEDURES ARTISTS USEMARK MAKING FROTTAGE
  5. 5. MARK Making
  6. 6. Task 3: Mark Making StudyTask 3: Mark Making Study Mark Making: In this work the markmaking was used by Aboriginals in image making. Often used within a design or pattern. Images can be found on musical instruments inside caves, and more recently as pictures.
  7. 7. Art From MarkMAKING To Narrative ArtArtist : John Pule
  8. 8. Studying artist methods
  9. 9. Combine symbols, images or patterns of your own a grid composition to create yourOwn ‘PERSONAL TAPA’ Think about your own culture, or designs thattalk about where you come from or where you now live. Think about yourinterests. This is a PICTURE STORY about YOU.
  10. 10. What is onE? T …………………………… …………………………… …………………………… LIGHT DARK1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10Shade in your grid from left to right.Each number from 1 – 10 represents the layers of applied pencil used to makethe shades of tone.Example:1 = 1 layer of pencil2 = 2 layers of pencil3 = 3 layers of pencilWhen drawing in tone consider the direction of the light. For instanceLook at the right side of the red apple in the picture. It is a dark tone or shade of red. The lightest part of the orange apple isthe front as this is the lightest shade of orange.Colour the tone sheet with graded tones then generate one tonal image.
  11. 11. TonE?1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Draw the simple shapes. 2. Show the light direction with a directional arrow. 3. Use your degrees of shade to create an object with form
  12. 12. Colou
  13. 13. What is INSTALLAT ION Art? ………………………… ………………………… ………………………… Using Richard Killeen’s ‘Beetle works’ to guide you Create a bird/animal/reptile/mammal or fish type shape to use as a container of a new story about yourself. This work needs to tell your viewer a little bit about yourself. What are your interests? What is your culture?Do you know what designs you could use? You livein New Zealand- try using some Maori kowhaiwhaior taniko designs. Perhaps you could use designsfrom your own cultural background.
  14. 14. Year 9, Installation
  15. 15. Artist Book study

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