By John Lancaster
All fundamental university lecturers need to train artwork yet few have enough formal education to suppose convinced with the topic. This e-book exhibits how academics and their scholars can get the main out of paintings classes.
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Even a brief contact with a builder, a thatcher, a bricklayer, a blacksmith, an architect or a landscape gardener working for the local public parks, will have a profound impact upon the children and be extremely beneficial in stimulating interest and knowledge of design-related procedures which they might usefully adapt at classroom level. 32 The framework for planning art activities In 1987 the Design Council produced a report defining design as ‘the way in which we try to shape our environment, both in its whole and in its parts’.
Then they might go on to ink-up an old piece of broken railing with a roller and black ink so that they can take a number of prints from it. If you look at the repeat print of the wooden railing it forms a kind of landscape. With a little imagination this could be given other features such as trees, pylons and houses—printing these with the edge of a small piece of card or painting them in with a small brush. Children tend to have far more imagination than an adult and would suggest many more original ideas.
As a designing/making exercise it involved: (a) rational thinking, simple research to throw up facts which would help designing and making; (b) the wise selection and use of relevant materials and methods of working (involving practical skills and use of tools) in producing the gerbils’ environment; and (c) self-assessment and evaluation of the exercise and the final product. Stimulus from the world around us The everyday world abounds with a tremendous richness and variety of visual imagery and if children learn to use ‘discerning’ eyes, they can sift through it carefully and selectively before using it to stimulate art work in all kinds of materials.
Art in the Primary School (Subject in the Primary School Series) by John Lancaster