Cubism powerpoint and topic introduction - powerpoint is focused on research around the art movement but allows students to create a title page for this topic.
To begin comparing artists’ within the Cubism movement.
Examples of successful title pages included - students should include key facts as well as drawings to create an effective title page for this project.
This PowerPoint is a complete intro unit on Synthetic Cubism which can be used for KS3 and (I)GCSE. The PowerPoint breakdowns the styles and techniques of Synthetic Cubism into simple steps which build up towards a single final piece. The final piece of work encompasses a breakdown of the four main characteristics in Synthetic Cubism. There are copyright free art historical images and quality classroom examples provided. Also included is a marking scheme and marking vocabulary for the project.
Cubism project including:
Exploring colour and Romero Britto/Van Gogh and is a mixed media paper sculpture for the final outcome.
Powerpoint with do now tasks
booklet with all tasks and assessments
Leading on from Bottle Drawing lesson - students to complete a Cubism inspired collage.
Introduction to what collage is.
Links to Cubism art form and relevant artist’s.
Visual examples both from Artists and Student examples (with written success criteria also)
Evaluation questions with sentence starter examples.
This PowerPoint is a complete KS3/(I)GCSE unit on Synthetic and Analytic Cubism. The PowerPoint details the total project breakdown in which students are to mimic the style and techniques of Synthetic Cubism in a final piece. The final piece of work encompasses a breakdown of the 5 main characteristics in Synthetic Cubism. This resource is easy enough to use for those with no formal art training. There are art historical and quality classroom examples provided for each characteristic. Marking schemes and vocubulary are included.
This unit of work, encapsulated in a PowerPoint presentation, looks at the formal elements of art and gives examples of how to apply them to cubist art. it also contains advice on student self assessment, how to improve home work and vocabulary revision.
** A 3-4 hour art project based on the famous artist 'Paul Klee'.
** Step by step instructions provide your students with an innovative way of creating some Cubism artwork!
** 20-slide PowerPoint.
** Fully editable.
PowerPoint presentation that introduces students to the style of Cubism. The presentation is a guide for a unit of work with example material. The project uses Toys to create observational drawing and painting based on the style of Cubism.
Ideal for Year 9 and GCSE.
Lesson by lesson term PowerPoint on the artist Juan Gris.
Also covers an exercises on Mark Making and Pattern Techniques.
Students will study the work of Juan Gris.
Covering excercises composition, tone, shape and form.
For students to produce cubist inspired artwork, in a variety of different medias/materials.
Neo Pop Cubism Art and Design Project Easily adapted for all Key Stages
Scheme of work plus resources including powerpoints
The core is there so that you can tweak to your teaching style and schools expectations.
Excellent confidence builder project.
Outcomes are easily transfered onto different surfaces such as clothing, trainers, skateboards, plain mugs etc
Examples of Cubism showing the close up detail of markmaking and analysis in the works of the Cubists. By developing their painting into textural surfaces with sharp lines to mimic the Cubist analytical works.
There are examples of Cubist works with reference to mark-making in the cubist shapes and using tones. Adding scraping paint with combs, and making paint textural marks to create a variety of mark-making effects.
This powerpoint links with Cubism No.1 Cubism No 2. and Cubism No 3 and No 5.
This is part of a set 5 powerpoints on Cubism, painting skills and colour mixing and constructing a 3D sculpture.
This attached Powerpoint deals with the development of the 3D sculpture
Using a drawing of face break this up into geometric shapes and compose an outcome to paint and analyse a cubist analytical painting and develop and understanding of Cubism
Explore a mixing of colours, especially complementary colours and develop an understanding of contrasting colours
Practice painting skills and applying paint smoothly
Powerpoint 4. Painting skills using a card
Simplify and construct a 3D analytical sculpture from your painting and evaluate your putcome.
The powerpoint gives instructions and examples to show how to cut and join this. Firstly pasting on cardboard a copy of the painting and then cutting this up in shapes and building a construction of form as a 3D sculpture
This then becomes a construction of a 3D sculpture using cardboard to make a mobile or standing sculpture based on Cubism.
To paste painting onto Cardboard Ceareal box and to paint the back of the box
To finally construct with glue gun to form a hanging mobile.
Evaluation of project
This is a series of 5 powerpoints where students to learn to paint a Cubist painting using a celebrity picture and complementary colours.
Students to gain an understanding of Analytical Cubism and how to fragment a picture into geometric shapes and then learn to paint it in complementary colours.
Develop this into a 3D sculpture and make a construction mobile cutting a copy of the painting into shapes.
This powerpoint focuses on further gaining an understanding of Cubism and its use of multiple viewpoints.
Students analyse Analytical examples of Cubism and write this in their book and refer to different key terms to use in Cubism like, multi-faceted, layering, multi-viewpoints, fragmented, geometric shapes. Terms are given ready to print and examples of analytical works ready to print.
Students are also shown how Picasso simplifies and stylises his subjects.
There are examples of some celebrity pictures where students need to break this up into geometric shapes and re-collage the shapes on an A4 paper.
This is a c omposition to trace and where students will need to paint in a further lesson, compose an outcome to paint and analyse into a cubist analytical painting.
Students to gain an understanding of Analytical Cubism and how to fragment a picture into geometric shapes
To make a collage of a famous celebrity artist and to complete presentation on Cubism in books.
After this task students simplify this collage into a tracing of collage getting ready to paint this into simplified shapes. See Cubist No.3.
SUMMARY OF THE FULL PROJECT BELOW
This is a series of powerpoints 5 lessons for students to learn to paint a Cubist painting using a celebrity picture and complementary colours. Students to gain an understanding of Analytical Cubism and how to fragment a picture into geometric shapes and then learn to paint it in complementary colours. Students then further develop this into a 3D sculpture and make a construction mobile cutting a copy of the painting into shapes.
Students make a cupcake in each of the modern movement styles and make a cake stand at the end of the project. This is a set of powerpoints for each movern movement, Surrealism, Cubism, Expressionism, Neo-impressionism, Fauvism and Realism. It is a set of 8 lessons and then there is the Scheme of Work for the project.
For each of the movements students learn a different technique:
Surrealism- Splash Chance watercolour imaginary creature out of this to add to cupcake.
Cubism - geometrical shapes to shade light to dark to create angular cupcake over a collage made of newspaper. Realism - Tonal realistic shading to capture 3D form.
Expressionism-Black and white polyprint to capture the agitated marks of artists. Neo-Impressionism - using a stippling technique with paintbrush to capture fine mark-making.
Fauvism- random use of arbitrary colour to capture the bright spontaneity of paint marks.
At the end of the project students then choose a party theme and independently decorate their party plate with the cupcakes on this.
Students in Cubism No. 2 have made a collage of a celebrity and in this powerpoint students begin to paint this in the style of the analytical cubist artists.
Students use a limited colour scheme like the Cubists and choose two complementary colours.
Students are shown how these colours cancel each other and how to create interesting colours through mixing thse colours and adding white and black.
There are examples of various complementary outcomes and students are given key terms to use in relation to colour. Degraded colours, tint, shade,…