Cubes All About It: The Cubist Art Movement
Alexandra Noelle Hesting
Weather you like cubes or looking from all angles at once Cubism is likely the most important art movement of the 20th Century.
Through a combination of lecture and discussion, students will learn about the creation and developments of Cubism. We will begin with the sharing of George Braques' and Pablo Picasso's ideas inspired by Cezanne's simplification of form. Using a timeline we'll see how they created Analytical Cubism simplyfing items into basic shapes and looking from all angles. Students will play a game to help understand Synthetic Cubism and the changes that lead to its creation. We'll see the minor Cubist...
Students will recognize both Analytical and Synthetic Cubism visually
A simplified version of the lecture I give on Cubism to my college Art History III course, my students play the same game to better understand synthetic cubism and looking for details in artworks.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Meet the teacher
Hello, I'm an art historian based out of Kansas. I've always loved art and I want to help you develop a passion for art and history. I've taught for five years everything from preschool to college, and I love to share knowledge. I believe...
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3-6 learners per class