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Making Art About the Environment (Includes Presentation of Woman Artists)
In this 2 day week long class, kids will learn about artists that respond to environmental issues - and then make their own environmental art.
Kids will learn about public artists that are making art regarding environmental issues. They will then make art themselves to reflect their own concerns about the environment. The first day will include a presentation of women public artists that make murals in response to environmental issues. We will discuss why some artists make work for public space versus for a gallery. Kids will then make a painting(s) to reflect their own thoughts about the environment. There will be a discussion...
Students learn about public art; murals and sculpture, and how art reflects society. They will learn about environmental art and environmental issues such as recycling. They will also learn about how art can solve problems and communicate important issues.
My MFA, as well as my teacher training, included coursework in public art, social practice, social equity and I've taken many courses in SEL. I've been teaching in these areas for 20+ years.
A supply list will be posted in the classroom after sign up but for the first day, each student needs: 1. Two sheets of large poster paper or board. The average size is about about 20" x 22". Regular paper taped together is fine too. 2. Markers Please start collecting objects around the house that would be put in the trash, but are clean and safe to touch to use for the second day.
1 hour 40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parents will need to support their kids in finding materials to recycle into art and advise them on if/where they should place their art in the public space.
I'm Laura Brown, the Director/Founder and main teacher for senseofplace LAB. senseofplace LAB provides a supportive 'place' for students to create art, with a focus on Social and Emotional Learning (SEL). My focus is on facilitating a variety of...
$25for 2 classes
2x per week, 1 week
Completed by 2 learners
Live video meetings
3-8 learners per class