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Students explain color and composition from an arrangement of color paper cut-outs without a definitive sketch or drawing.
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Cut Outs: Shapes and Symbols
Students create collages based on Juan Quick-to-See Smith's "Ode to Chief Seattle." In this shapes, symbols and Native American activity, students examine the "Ode to Chief Seattle" and Henri Matisse's cutout work. Students design their...
4th - 5th Visual & Performing Arts
Drawing With Scissors Like Matisse
Students study the life and art style of Henri Matisse. They view various prints from his early and late art styles. Then students draw something they enjoy and cut out pieces of colored construction paper and glue them onto pieces of...
3rd - 5th Visual & Performing Arts
Papel Picado ( Mexican Cut Paper)
Fifth graders describe the characteristics of a piece of "papel picado", or Mexican cut paper, which is seen in the Dia de los Muertos festival. They predict what medium was used in the papel picado art. They explain how the scene in the...
5th Social Studies & History