A Monument to  Recycling
REUSE, REUSE, REUSE!
REUSE, REUSE, REUSE!                  Global              Participation!                How Can              Artists Play ...
!        !!
By Using Discarded Materials in        the Art Room...                      !                                  !           !
By Using Discarded Materials in        the Art Room...                     to Create New                     Works Of Art!...
By Using Discarded Materials in        the Art Room...                                 to Create New                      ...
So Who Are Some Well-Known  Artists Who Sought to Be    Global Participants?
So Who Are Some Well-Known      Artists Who Sought to Be        Global Participants?Romare Bearden
Romare Bearden was an OutsiderArtist Who Created Collage Art.
Romare Bearden was an OutsiderArtist Who Created Collage Art. Romare Bearden wasfrom Harlem, New York  who worked from the...
What is Outsider Art?What is an Outsider Artist?
What is Outsider Art? What is an Outsider Artist?Outsider Art Is Art That Is Created Differently fromWhat is the “Norm.”
What is Outsider Art? What is an Outsider Artist?Outsider Art Is Art That Is Created    Self-Taught Artists. Differently f...
What is Outsider Art? What is an Outsider Artist?Outsider Art Is Art That Is Created     Self-Taught Artists. Differently ...
What is Outsider Art? What is an Outsider Artist?Outsider Art Is Art That Is Created     Self-Taught Artists. Differently ...
What is Outsider Art?  What is an Outsider Artist?Outsider Art Is Art That Is Created     Self-Taught Artists. Differently...
Nek ChandNek Chand Chandigrah, India is another Outsider Artist...
Nek ChandNek Chand Chandigrah, India is another Outsider Artist...Who Was Also a Collage Artist.
Nek Chand         Nek Chand Chandigrah, India          is another Outsider Artist... Nek Chand is a self-taught artist who...
Nek Chand         Nek Chand Chandigrah, India          is another Outsider Artist... Nek Chand is a self-taught artist who...
So....
So....Two Artists from Two Different Cultures butwith Lots in Common…
So....Two Artists from Two Different Cultures butwith Lots in Common…Because They Were Both Outsider Artists Who Sought to...
Romare Bearden used old   magazines pages andphotos to create his collages.
Romare Bearden used old   magazines pages andphotos to create his collages.
Nek Chand uses trash hefinds in landfills in India  to make his collaged      sculptures.
Nek Chand uses trash hefinds in landfills in India  to make his collaged      sculptures.
Outsider Art Can Also Be Found in Music Arts.
Outsider Art Can Also Be Found in Music Arts.          Bebop Jazz & Hip Hop is a          type of collage art, musical    ...
Outsider Art Can Also Be Found in Music Arts.          Bebop Jazz & Hip Hop is a          type of collage art, musical    ...
Outsider Art Can Also Be     Found in Music Arts.                     Bebop Jazz & Hip Hop is a                     type o...
So How Else Does JazzRelate to Romare Bearden?
So How Else Does JazzRelate to Romare Bearden?  He would listen   to this musicwhen creating is    art works,letting the m...
How can you reuse things in your environment to      create ART?
How can you reuse things in your environment to      create ART?
How can you reuse things in your environment to      create ART?
!    Write a brief narrative or a “dear    diary” entry, no longer than a    fourth of a page long. In this    narrative i...
!                    Write a brief narrative or a “dearBrainstorming                    diary” entry, no longer than a    ...
!                    Write a brief narrative or a “dearBrainstorming                    diary” entry, no longer than a    ...
!                      Write a brief narrative or a “dear  Brainstorming                      diary” entry, no longer than...
!                               Write a brief narrative or a “dear      Brainstorming                               diary”...
A Monument to Recycling
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A Monument to Recycling
A Monument to Recycling
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  • A Monument to Recycling

    1. 1. A Monument to Recycling
    2. 2. REUSE, REUSE, REUSE!
    3. 3. REUSE, REUSE, REUSE! Global Participation! How Can Artists Play A Part in this?
    4. 4. ! !!
    5. 5. By Using Discarded Materials in the Art Room... ! ! !
    6. 6. By Using Discarded Materials in the Art Room... to Create New Works Of Art! ! ! !
    7. 7. By Using Discarded Materials in the Art Room... to Create New Works Of Art! These Examples Are ! Jewelry Pieces Made From Recycled Materials. ! !
    8. 8. So Who Are Some Well-Known Artists Who Sought to Be Global Participants?
    9. 9. So Who Are Some Well-Known Artists Who Sought to Be Global Participants?Romare Bearden
    10. 10. Romare Bearden was an OutsiderArtist Who Created Collage Art.
    11. 11. Romare Bearden was an OutsiderArtist Who Created Collage Art. Romare Bearden wasfrom Harlem, New York who worked from the1930s into the 1960s as an artist.
    12. 12. What is Outsider Art?What is an Outsider Artist?
    13. 13. What is Outsider Art? What is an Outsider Artist?Outsider Art Is Art That Is Created Differently fromWhat is the “Norm.”
    14. 14. What is Outsider Art? What is an Outsider Artist?Outsider Art Is Art That Is Created Self-Taught Artists. Differently fromWhat is the “Norm.”
    15. 15. What is Outsider Art? What is an Outsider Artist?Outsider Art Is Art That Is Created Self-Taught Artists. Differently fromWhat is the “Norm.” Outsider Artists are Visionaries That Think Outside the Box.
    16. 16. What is Outsider Art? What is an Outsider Artist?Outsider Art Is Art That Is Created Self-Taught Artists. Differently fromWhat is the “Norm.” Outsider Artists are Collage Art. Visionaries That Think Outside the Box.
    17. 17. What is Outsider Art? What is an Outsider Artist?Outsider Art Is Art That Is Created Self-Taught Artists. Differently fromWhat is the “Norm.” Outsider Artists are Collage Art. Visionaries That Think Outside the Box.Outsider Artist’s Are Many Times Untrained Artists or Trained Artists That Use Unconventional Materials to Create Their Artworks.
    18. 18. Nek ChandNek Chand Chandigrah, India is another Outsider Artist...
    19. 19. Nek ChandNek Chand Chandigrah, India is another Outsider Artist...Who Was Also a Collage Artist.
    20. 20. Nek Chand Nek Chand Chandigrah, India is another Outsider Artist... Nek Chand is a self-taught artist who in his spare timestarted creating his art... Who Was Also a Collage Artist.
    21. 21. Nek Chand Nek Chand Chandigrah, India is another Outsider Artist... Nek Chand is a self-taught artist who in in the 1970s and is his spare time presently stillstarted creating his creating his collage art... sculptures. Who Was Also a Collage Artist.
    22. 22. So....
    23. 23. So....Two Artists from Two Different Cultures butwith Lots in Common…
    24. 24. So....Two Artists from Two Different Cultures butwith Lots in Common…Because They Were Both Outsider Artists Who Sought to Reuse Materials to Create One of a Kind Works of Art.
    25. 25. Romare Bearden used old magazines pages andphotos to create his collages.
    26. 26. Romare Bearden used old magazines pages andphotos to create his collages.
    27. 27. Nek Chand uses trash hefinds in landfills in India to make his collaged sculptures.
    28. 28. Nek Chand uses trash hefinds in landfills in India to make his collaged sculptures.
    29. 29. Outsider Art Can Also Be Found in Music Arts.
    30. 30. Outsider Art Can Also Be Found in Music Arts. Bebop Jazz & Hip Hop is a type of collage art, musical collage art.
    31. 31. Outsider Art Can Also Be Found in Music Arts. Bebop Jazz & Hip Hop is a type of collage art, musical collage art. These collage artist use found music & rhythms to create a new song.
    32. 32. Outsider Art Can Also Be Found in Music Arts. Bebop Jazz & Hip Hop is a type of collage art, musical collage art. These collage artist use found music & rhythms to create a new song.This is just like what a visual artist does whenthey create collage art.
    33. 33. So How Else Does JazzRelate to Romare Bearden?
    34. 34. So How Else Does JazzRelate to Romare Bearden? He would listen to this musicwhen creating is art works,letting the music inspire his art, the colors and images he chose for example.
    35. 35. How can you reuse things in your environment to create ART?
    36. 36. How can you reuse things in your environment to create ART?
    37. 37. How can you reuse things in your environment to create ART?
    38. 38. ! Write a brief narrative or a “dear diary” entry, no longer than a fourth of a page long. In this narrative include lots of descriptions, adjectives rule! What colors do you see? What textures do you see/feel? Write about it. ! Here are some ideas to get you started, you do not have to use these, just some ideas to help get the creativity flowing: 1) Think about an obstacle you overcame, a time you were up against a challenge. What was the problem and how did you solve it? If you were to describe what you felt in a line or a shape (organic or geometric) what would it look like? 2) What if you were told you couldn’t do something purely based upon the shape of your finger nails? How would that make you feel? What colors or lines might you use to describe these feelings? 3) Write from the perspective of a family member if they were talking about you or asked to describe you. Write your brief diary entry or narrative on a scrap piece of paper that you will glue into your sketchbook. After writing it make a list of all the descriptive words (adjectives are important here!) used in your writing. Then get ready to listen to Freddie the Freeloader…
    39. 39. ! Write a brief narrative or a “dearBrainstorming diary” entry, no longer than a fourth of a page long. In this narrative include lots of descriptions, adjectives rule! Activity What colors do you see? What textures do you see/feel? Write about it. ! Here are some ideas to get you started, you do not have to use these, just some ideas to help get the creativity flowing: 1) Think about an obstacle you overcame, a time you were up against a challenge. What was the problem and how did you solve it? If you were to describe what you felt in a line or a shape (organic or geometric) what would it look like? 2) What if you were told you couldn’t do something purely based upon the shape of your finger nails? How would that make you feel? What colors or lines might you use to describe these feelings? 3) Write from the perspective of a family member if they were talking about you or asked to describe you. Write your brief diary entry or narrative on a scrap piece of paper that you will glue into your sketchbook. After writing it make a list of all the descriptive words (adjectives are important here!) used in your writing. Then get ready to listen to Freddie the Freeloader…
    40. 40. ! Write a brief narrative or a “dearBrainstorming diary” entry, no longer than a fourth of a page long. In this narrative include lots of descriptions, adjectives rule! Activity What colors do you see? What textures do you see/feel? Write about it. ! Here are some ideas to get you started, you do not have to use these, just some ideas to help get the creativity flowing: 1) Think about an obstacle you overcame, a time you were up against ! a challenge. What was the problem and how did you solve it? If you were to describe what you felt in a line or a shape (organic or geometric) what would it look like? 2) What if you were told you couldn’t do something purely based upon the shape of your finger nails? How would that make you feel? What colors or lines might you use to describe these feelings? 3) Write from the perspective of a family member if they were talking about you or asked to describe you. Write your brief diary entry or narrative on a scrap piece of paper that you will glue into your sketchbook. After writing it make a list of all the descriptive words (adjectives are important here!) used in your writing. Then get ready to listen to Freddie the Freeloader…
    41. 41. ! Write a brief narrative or a “dear Brainstorming diary” entry, no longer than a fourth of a page long. In this narrative include lots of descriptions, adjectives rule! Activity What colors do you see? What textures do you see/feel? Write about it. ! Here are some ideas to get you started, you do not have to use these, just some ideas to help get theDear Diary creativity flowing: 1) Think about an obstacle you overcame, a time you were up against ! a challenge. What was the problem and how did you solve it? If you were to describe what you felt in a line or a shape (organic or geometric) what would it look like? 2) What if you were told you couldn’t do something purely based upon the shape of your finger nails? How would that make you feel? What colors or lines might you use to describe these feelings? 3) Write from the perspective of a family member if they were talking about you or asked to describe you. Write your brief diary entry or narrative on a scrap piece of paper that you will glue into your sketchbook. After writing it make a list of all the descriptive words (adjectives are important here!) used in your writing. Then get ready to listen to Freddie the Freeloader…
    42. 42. ! Write a brief narrative or a “dear Brainstorming diary” entry, no longer than a fourth of a page long. In this narrative include lots of descriptions, adjectives rule! Activity What colors do you see? What textures do you see/feel? Write about it. ! Here are some ideas to get you started, you do not have to use these, just some ideas to help get theDear Diary creativity flowing: 1) Think about an obstacle you overcame, a time you were up against ! a challenge. What was the problem and how did you solve it? If you were to describe what you felt in a line or a shape (organic or geometric) what would it look like? Students Are Led 2) What if you were told you couldn’t do something purely based upon the shape of your finger nails? How would Through A Creative that make you feel? What colors or lines might you use to describe these feelings?Processing Technique 3) Write from the perspective of a family member if they were talking That Romare about you or asked to describe you. Write your brief diary entry or narrative Bearden Utilized. on a scrap piece of paper that you will glue into your sketchbook. After writing it make a list of all the descriptive words (adjectives are important here!) used in your writing. Then get ready to listen to Freddie the Freeloader…

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