Identityvsglobalization 8thgrade


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Identityvsglobalization 8thgrade

  1. 1. Names: __________________________________Grade: 8th_______<br />___________________________________<br />GIMNASIO CAMPESTRE<br />KWL 8TH GRADE<br />what do you KNOW, what do you WANT to learn, what did you LEARN<br />Write down in your own words: (IM D1 D2)<br />What do you KNOW about. . . <br />(Preconceptions)<br /> IDENTITY GLOBALIZATION<br />______________________________ ______________________________ <br />______________________________ ______________________________ <br />______________________________ ______________________________ <br />______________________________ ______________________________ <br />______________________________ ______________________________ <br />______________________________ ______________________________ <br />What do you WANT to learn about. . . .<br /> IDENTITY GLOBALIZATION<br />______________________________ ______________________________ <br />______________________________ ______________________________ <br />______________________________ ______________________________ <br />______________________________ ______________________________ <br />______________________________ ______________________________ <br />______________________________ ______________________________ <br />TOOL WORKSHOP- PPP CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS IDENTITY/GLOBALIZATION<br />BOOK “ARTE & HOY” PHAIDON CHAPTERS ARTE &IDENTIDAD AND ARTE &GLOBALIZACION<br />What is Colombian identity for you? <br />Draw as many things you can that represent Colombian culture. (CT D1 D2)<br />balance <br />Pronunciation: bal•ence<br />(By Shelley Esaak, Guide)<br />Definition: (noun) - As a basic principle of art (specifically of design), balance refers to the ways in which the elements (lines, shapes, colors, textures, etc.) of a piece are arranged. <br />Balance can be symmetrical (" formal" ), where elements are given equal " weight" from an imaginary line in the middle of a piece. For the most basic example of symmetry, think of your eyes in relation to either side of your nose.<br />Balance doesn't necessarily mean symmetry, though. Asymmetrical (" informal" ) balance occurs when elements are placed unevenly in a piece, but work together to produce harmony overall.<br />balance<br />a state of equilibrium or equipoise; equal distribution of weight, amount, etc. 2. something used to produce equilibrium; counterpoise. 3. mental steadiness or emotional stability; habit of calm behavior, judgment, etc. 4. a state of bodily equilibrium: He lost his balance and fell down the stairs. 5. an instrument for determining weight, typically by the equilibrium of a bar with a fulcrum at the center, from each end of which is suspended a scale or pan, one holding an object of known weight, and the other holding he object to be weighed. 13. Fine Arts. composition or placement of elements of design, as figures, forms, or colors, in such a manner as to produce an aesthetically pleasing or harmoniously integrated whole. [Websters's Encyclopedic Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language, Thunder Bay Press, San Diego, CA 2001, p 157)<br />symmetry<br /> the correspondence in size, form, and arrangement of parts on opposite sides of a plane, line, or point; regularity of form or arrangement in terms of like, reciprocal, or corresponding parts. 2. the proper or due proportion of the parts of a body or whole to one another with regard to size and form; excellence of proportion. [Websters's Encyclopedic Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language, Thunder Bay Press, San Diego, CA 2001, p 1926]<br /> <br />Photography by Shirin NeshatPhotography by Maria Elvira Escallon “From the inside”<br />What did you LEARN<br />Make a composition representing the following concepts using balance<br />IDENTITY<br />GLOBALIZATION<br />