Using Technology to Make Every Classroom an Art Classroom Mark Gura - Presenter
The Need ART is among the first things cut when there are  time ,  budget , and  space issues .  As a result qualified, ce...
<ul><li>ART and the Instructional Program  </li></ul><ul><li>All students should have ART as part of their school experien...
<ul><li>If you have… </li></ul><ul><li>Most schools (even poor ones)  already  have everything needed to provide an art ex...
Project #1: Abstraction, Design, and Purposeful Decisions  MS Word
The Art of Pure Abstraction
Context: What do artists achieve with abstract design?
Creating a design inspired and informed  by the work of Piet Mondrian Use MS WORD – AUTO SHAPES “Lines” features
 
 
Project #2: Classical Approach to Drawing, Conscious Composition, Narrative Quality of Images  MS Word
What was Cezanne trying to achieve? How did he “build” a picture?  What do you have to understand to do this, too? Table T...
Q: What IS drawing?
Drawing requires: understanding, observation, and reflection!  Technology supports students in exploring, understanding, a...
A: ART based on Conscious Decisions -  expression enabled by informed ability.
Project #3: Contour Drawing, Photo Processing, Collage, and Narrative Picture Making Image/Photo Processing  Software, Pai...
New Images from the Floating World Contemporary Ukiyo-e done with today’s image making technology.
Technique: Use a simple Painting Program to transform a color photograph to a black and white line drawing.
Technique: Change a photo from color to black and white.
Technique: Use software to increase contrast and eliminate middle tones.
Technique: Use a Painting Program to “paint out” all but the dark outline.  1 2 3 4
Finally, INSERT the “processed” photo elements into PowerPoint , “size” and arrange them to compose a narrative in black l...
Transformed and combined, the collage elements create a “genre” piece that communicates information, ideas, and impression...
Project #4: Figurative Character, Composition, Sequential Imaging, and Story Telling PowerPoint
Drawing + Imagination + Understanding + Problem Solving = ANIMATION
Slide #1
Slide #1 Slide #6 Slide #15
Set up your slide show to produce the effect of animation
http://www.slideshare.net/markgura/food-chain-1277806
<ul><li>Project #5: Graphic Enhanced Sculpture, Repetition in Imagery, Communication of Facts and Impressions </li></ul><u...
Exploring, reporting, expressing in  2, 3, and 4 Dimensions African Cultural Study Box Sculpture
Technology used as an enabler: Search for, then download the graphics needed. Then size, and reproduce them to satisfy the...
Use Technology to crop, reduce or increase size, flop, blur, copy or whatever is needed to make an image communicate what ...
Capturing, Archiving, Exhibiting Student Art Work… Virtually. With some cross curricular enrichment and assessment advanta...
Photo graph the work in the round (the 4 th  Dimension)! String the photos together for a Virtual Reality effect. Use Powe...
Share the work globally,  temporarily or permanently…
Use Web 2.0 to share ART, Reflections, Accountable Talk… and invite feedback!
Use Web 2.0 to share Art, Reflections, Accountable Talk… and invite feedback!
Use Web 2.0 to share Art, Reflections, Accountable Talk… and invite feedback!
Use Web 2.0 to share Art, Reflections, Accountable Talk… and invite feedback!
Use Web 2.0 to share Art, Reflections, Accountable Talk… and invite feedback!
Use Web 2.0 to share Art, Reflections, Accountable Talk… and  invite feedback !
Follow-up The Teachers Podcast Free PD – Mark Gura and Dr. Kathy King hosts www.teacherspodcast.org Visual Art and Technol...
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  1. 1. Using Technology to Make Every Classroom an Art Classroom Mark Gura - Presenter
  2. 2. The Need ART is among the first things cut when there are time , budget , and space issues . As a result qualified, certified art teachers become short in supply, art rooms become scarce. etc .
  3. 3. <ul><li>ART and the Instructional Program </li></ul><ul><li>All students should have ART as part of their school experience. Talented students should have it too. </li></ul><ul><li>All teachers can be ART teachers… </li></ul><ul><li>The big Bugaboo… TALENT, is beside the point… All students can have a satisfying, enriching experience in learning ART! </li></ul><ul><li>Technology supported ART facilitates interdisciplinary/cross curriculum connections </li></ul><ul><li>Visual Learners </li></ul><ul><li>Meaningful ART Instruction = Meaningful Learning </li></ul><ul><li>ART in context </li></ul><ul><li>Technology Can Make It Happen any teacher - any classroom - all students - all subjects </li></ul>
  4. 4. <ul><li>If you have… </li></ul><ul><li>Most schools (even poor ones) already have everything needed to provide an art experience supported by technology </li></ul><ul><li>Computers with NOTHING SPECIAL (mouse for laptops?) </li></ul><ul><li>MS Word & PowerPoint (or alternatives) </li></ul><ul><li>Painting Program </li></ul><ul><li>Photo Editing/Image Processing Application – Picasa (free downloadable program from Google) </li></ul><ul><li>Screen Capture Application </li></ul><ul><li>Web 2.0 Online Publishing Presence (blog, Google Site (basic website, wiki, etc.) </li></ul><ul><li>And MAYBE… Cheap digital camera(s), flatbed scanner(s), and commonplace traditional materials (8 ½ X 11” paper, scissors, glue, etc.) </li></ul>
  5. 5. Project #1: Abstraction, Design, and Purposeful Decisions MS Word
  6. 6. The Art of Pure Abstraction
  7. 7. Context: What do artists achieve with abstract design?
  8. 8. Creating a design inspired and informed by the work of Piet Mondrian Use MS WORD – AUTO SHAPES “Lines” features
  9. 11. Project #2: Classical Approach to Drawing, Conscious Composition, Narrative Quality of Images MS Word
  10. 12. What was Cezanne trying to achieve? How did he “build” a picture? What do you have to understand to do this, too? Table Top Still Life
  11. 13. Q: What IS drawing?
  12. 14. Drawing requires: understanding, observation, and reflection! Technology supports students in exploring, understanding, and learning to make art! Q: What kind of art will we make now that everyone can draw?
  13. 15. A: ART based on Conscious Decisions - expression enabled by informed ability.
  14. 16. Project #3: Contour Drawing, Photo Processing, Collage, and Narrative Picture Making Image/Photo Processing Software, Painting Program, PowerPoint
  15. 17. New Images from the Floating World Contemporary Ukiyo-e done with today’s image making technology.
  16. 18. Technique: Use a simple Painting Program to transform a color photograph to a black and white line drawing.
  17. 19. Technique: Change a photo from color to black and white.
  18. 20. Technique: Use software to increase contrast and eliminate middle tones.
  19. 21. Technique: Use a Painting Program to “paint out” all but the dark outline. 1 2 3 4
  20. 22. Finally, INSERT the “processed” photo elements into PowerPoint , “size” and arrange them to compose a narrative in black line and flat tone…
  21. 23. Transformed and combined, the collage elements create a “genre” piece that communicates information, ideas, and impressions… clearly!
  22. 24. Project #4: Figurative Character, Composition, Sequential Imaging, and Story Telling PowerPoint
  23. 25. Drawing + Imagination + Understanding + Problem Solving = ANIMATION
  24. 26. Slide #1
  25. 27. Slide #1 Slide #6 Slide #15
  26. 28. Set up your slide show to produce the effect of animation
  27. 29. http://www.slideshare.net/markgura/food-chain-1277806
  28. 30. <ul><li>Project #5: Graphic Enhanced Sculpture, Repetition in Imagery, Communication of Facts and Impressions </li></ul><ul><li>Browser </li></ul><ul><li>Picasa (Photo Processing Application) </li></ul><ul><li>MS Word </li></ul>
  29. 31. Exploring, reporting, expressing in 2, 3, and 4 Dimensions African Cultural Study Box Sculpture
  30. 32. Technology used as an enabler: Search for, then download the graphics needed. Then size, and reproduce them to satisfy the needs of the emerging sculpture. Focus on the meaning and the message – technology is a very user-friendly means .
  31. 33. Use Technology to crop, reduce or increase size, flop, blur, copy or whatever is needed to make an image communicate what you’ve learned!
  32. 34. Capturing, Archiving, Exhibiting Student Art Work… Virtually. With some cross curricular enrichment and assessment advantages.
  33. 35. Photo graph the work in the round (the 4 th Dimension)! String the photos together for a Virtual Reality effect. Use Power Point, Simply VR, etc. http://www.slideshare.net/markgura/african-culture-sculpture
  34. 36. Share the work globally, temporarily or permanently…
  35. 37. Use Web 2.0 to share ART, Reflections, Accountable Talk… and invite feedback!
  36. 38. Use Web 2.0 to share Art, Reflections, Accountable Talk… and invite feedback!
  37. 39. Use Web 2.0 to share Art, Reflections, Accountable Talk… and invite feedback!
  38. 40. Use Web 2.0 to share Art, Reflections, Accountable Talk… and invite feedback!
  39. 41. Use Web 2.0 to share Art, Reflections, Accountable Talk… and invite feedback!
  40. 42. Use Web 2.0 to share Art, Reflections, Accountable Talk… and invite feedback !
  41. 43. Follow-up The Teachers Podcast Free PD – Mark Gura and Dr. Kathy King hosts www.teacherspodcast.org Visual Art and Technology BLOG http://visualartunits.blogspot.com/ Contact Mark by email: [email_address] ISTE Book Store: http://www.iste.org/source/orders/isteProductDetail.cfm?product_code=netart

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