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Grade 10 arts Quarter 1

  1. 1. A WALK THROUGH ON THE GRADE 10 ARTS (1st Quarter) For K-12 NTOT (VISMIN Cluster) Ecotech Center, Cebu City April 13 – 17, 2015 Maksim A. Botilas MT I – PCNHS, Baguio City Division
  2. 2. Q1 TOPIC: 20th Century Art Movements
  3. 3. ACTIVITY Activity: Pair – Share The class will be divided into three (3) groups. They will classify the pictures of artworks according to 20th century art movements. Each art movement will have 2 pictures of artworks.
  4. 4. 20th Century Art Movements: 1.Impressionism 2.Expressionism 3.Abstractionism 4.Abstract Expressionism 5.Contemporary Art Forms
  5. 5. ANALYSIS Guide Question: Describe how your group classified/paired the pictures. What was your basis in grouping the pictures of the art works?
  6. 6. IMPRESSIONISM Impression Sunrise Starry Night Claude Monet Vincent Van Gogh
  7. 7. EXPRESSIONISM Persistence of Memory Guernica Salvador Dali Pablo Picasso
  8. 8. ABSTRACTIONISM Three Musicians The City Pablo Picasso Fernand Leger
  9. 9. ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM Autumn Rhythm Abstract No. 2 Jackson Pollock Lee Krasner
  10. 10. CONTEMPORARY ART FORMS Cordillera Labyrinth Go to Room 117 Roberto Villanueva Sid Gomez Hildawa
  11. 11. ABSTRACTION Brief discussion and presentation of sample artworks of famous 20th century artists.
  12. 12. IMPRESSIONISM Distinct Characteristics: 1. Color and Light - Short broken strokes - Pure unmixed colors side by side - Freely brushed colors (convey visual effect)
  13. 13. IMPRESSIONISM Distinct Characteristics: 2. Everyday Subjects - Scenes of life - Household objects - Landscapes and Seascapes - Houses, Cafes, Buildings
  14. 14. IMPRESSIONISM Distinct Characteristics: 3. Painting Outdoors - Previously, still lifes, portraits, and landscapes were painted inside the studio. The impressionists found that they could best capture the ever-changing effects of light on color by painting outdoors in natural light.
  15. 15. IMPRESSIONISM Distinct Characteristics: 4. Open Composition - Impressionist painting also moved away from the formal, structured approach to placing and positioning their subjects.
  16. 16. IMPRESSIONISM Sample Artworks
  17. 17. EXPRESSIONISM (A Bold New Movement) Sub-Movements: 1. Fauvism - Uses bold, vibrant colors and visual distortions. 2. Dadaism - Characterized by dream fantasies, memory images, and visual tricks and fantasies.
  18. 18. EXPRESSIONISM (A Bold New Movement) Sub-Movements: 3. Surrealism - Depicts an illogical subconscious dream world beyond the logical, conscious, physical one. 4. Social Realism - Expresses the artist’s role in social reform.
  19. 19. EXPRESSIONISM Sample Artworks:
  20. 20. ABSTRACTIONISM Sub-Movements: 1. Cubism - Artworks were a play of planes and angles on a flat surface. 2. Futurism - Arts were created for a fast-paced, machine-propelled age.
  21. 21. ABSTRACTIONISM Sub-Movements: 3. Mechanical Style - The result of the futurist movement. Basic forms such as planes, cones, spheres, and cylinders all fit together precisely and neatly in their appointed places. 4. Non-objectivism - Do not use figures.
  22. 22. ABSTRACTIONISM Sample Artworks:
  23. 23. ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM Sub-Movements: 1. Action Painting - The techniques could be splattering, squirting, and dribbling paint with no pre- planned design. 2. Color Field Painting - Uses different color saturations to create desired effects.
  24. 24. ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM Sample Artworks:
  25. 25. POP ART Distinct Characteristics: 1. Range of Work - From painting, to posters, collages, 3D assemblages, and installations. 2. Inspirations/Subjects - Advertisements, celebrities, billboards, and comic strips.
  26. 26. OP ART Distinct Characteristics: 1.A form of action painting with the action taking place in the viewer’s eye. 2. As the eye moved over a diff. segments of the image, perfectly stable components appeared to shift back and forth.
  27. 27. POP ART and OP ART Sample Artworks:
  28. 28. CONTEMPORARY ART FORMS 1. Installation Art - Uses sculptural materials and other media to modify the viewer’s experience in a particular space. - Usually lifesize or even larger. Installation can be constructed in everyday public or private spaces both indoor and outdoor.
  29. 29. CONTEMPORARY ART FORMS 2. Performance Art - The actions of the performers may constitute work. It can happen any time at any place for any length of time. - It may include activities such as theater, dance, music, mime, juggling, and gymnastics.
  30. 30. CONTEMPORARY ART FORMS Sample Artworks:
  31. 31. APPLICATION 1. The participants will be grouped into seven (7). Each group will be assigned to a particular art movement and they will create a sample artwork.
  32. 32. Group: 1.Impressionism 2.Expressionism 3.Abstractionism 4.Abstract Expressionism 5.Pop Art 6.Installation Art 7.Performance Art
  33. 33. APPLICATION 2. The participants will be grouped per region. Using the matrix below, each group will make a plan of activities as to how they will apply the concepts of Differentiated Instruction, Localization and Contextualization in the different topics. Present your output to the class.
  35. 35. THANK YOU!