'Identity'- Journal Art

'Identity'- Journal Art

This is a really popular project that I currently run with year 9. The students fold an 8 page journal that provides the pages for a series of short tasks based on the theme of Identity. Re-arrange, chop down and add artist inspiration slides as you wish! A BIT ABOUT MY PRESENTATIONS... Most of my PowerPoints and resources were created in my NQT year and have been tweaked and adapted after 4 years of trial, error, experimentation and success. I love a good PowerPoint. It's my scheme of work; lesson planner; discussion starter; step-by-step instructor; inspiration presentation. Take a look at my free resources to get an idea of the quality you can expect. All of my presentations are visually engaging with lots of inspiration and student examples. The text is dyslexia friendly with clear fonts (it's Comic Sans, but you'll soon get over it) and key words are highlighted. Learning objectives and outcomes are explicit and easy to understand. Enjoy!
hollymustill
Simple Photoshop Tutorials- Double Exposure & Posterizing

Simple Photoshop Tutorials- Double Exposure & Posterizing

I created these simple Photoshop tutorials to take my Year 10s through two digital techniques which could enhance their drawing work or incorporate some photography within their Human Condition project. Each step includes screen shots and clear examples. I found that the tutorials gave the students much more independence (and me a lot less stress!) Oh, and there are some excellent student examples too! Enjoy.
hollymustill
Graffiti Art- Creative Activities and Street Art Discussions

Graffiti Art- Creative Activities and Street Art Discussions

Graffiti art tasks for Year 8-9. Includes: pencil shading, outlining, tag names, stencils, oil pastel prints and lots of opportunities for imaginative personal responses. References to Banksy, Blec Le Rat and lots of links to amazing YouTube time-lapse videos! I have attached the resources I put together myself but I mostly used a variety of high quality Graffiti Art books as secondary sources for the students. A BIT ABOUT MY PRESENTATIONS... Most of my PowerPoints and resources were created in my NQT year and have been tweaked and adapted after 3 years of trial, error, experimentation and success. I love a good PowerPoint. It's my scheme of work; lesson planner; discussion starter; step-by-step instructor; inspiration presentation. Take a look at my free resources to get an idea of the quality you can expect. All of my presentations are visually engaging with lots of artist inspiration and student examples. The text is dyslexia friendly with clear fonts (it's Comic Sans, but you'll get over it) and key words are highlighted. Learning objectives and outcomes are explicit and easy to understand. Enjoy!
hollymustill
Introduction to Materials

Introduction to Materials

A great introduction to materials, ideal for Year 7. Includes: drawing to music, junk face collage, paper collage, ink pen drawing, layering watercolour and pencil crayon, clay pinch pot heads, vegetable printing and mono-printing. The is also lots of help with self and peer assessment to ensure the younger students learn how to do this effectively. Artist references include Kandinsky and Giuseppe Arcimboldo. A BIT ABOUT MY PRESENTATIONS... Most of these PowerPoints and resources were created in my NQT year and have been tweaked and adapted after 3 years of trial, error, experimentation and success. I love a good PowerPoint. It's my scheme of work; lesson planner; discussion starter; step-by-step instructor; inspiration presentation. Take a look at my free resources to get an idea of the quality you can expect. All of my presentations are visually engaging with lots of artist inspiration and student examples. The text is dyslexia friendly with clear fonts and key words highlighted. Learning objectives and outcomes are explicit and easy to understand. Enjoy!
hollymustill
Introduction to Portraiture

Introduction to Portraiture

A great introduction to portraiture, ideal for Year 7, although I have used with Year 9 and adapted for Year 10/11 too! Includes: how to draw facial features and calculating facial proportions alongside youtube demo links, step-by-step pictoral instructions and student examples. Includes some brief artist references as well as discussions around materials used to create portraits in order for students to see the direction their work could take once they have mastered the basics. A BIT ABOUT MY PRESENTATIONS... Most of these PowerPoints and resources were created in my NQT year and have been tweaked and adapted after 3 years of trial, error, experimentation and success. I love a good PowerPoint. It's my scheme of work; lesson planner; discussion starter; step-by-step instructor; inspiration presentation. Take a look at my free resources to get an idea of the quality you can expect. All of my presentations are visually engaging with lots of artist inspiration and student examples. The text is dyslexia friendly with clear fonts and key words highlighted. Learning objectives and outcomes are explicit and easy to understand. Enjoy!
hollymustill
Introduction to Drawing

Introduction to Drawing

Basic drawing tasks, ideal for Year 7. Includes: observational leaf/sweet drawing, shading 3D shapes, mark-making to show texture and tone and using charcoal. In-depth success criteria, level descriptors and questions for students are included throughout. A BIT ABOUT MY PRESENTATIONS... Most of these PowerPoints and resources were created in my NQT year and have been tweaked and adapted after 3 years of trial, error, experimentation and success. I love a good PowerPoint. It's my scheme of work; lesson planner; discussion starter; step-by-step instructor; inspiration presentation. Take a look at my free resources to get an idea of the quality you can expect. All of my presentations are visually engaging with lots of artist inspiration and student examples. The text is dyslexia friendly with clear fonts and key words highlighted. Learning objectives and outcomes are explicit and easy to understand. Enjoy!
hollymustill
Introduction to Colour

Introduction to Colour

A great introduction to colour, ideal for Year 7. Includes: pencil shading, collage, painting and colour mixing, colour theory, artist discussions and some fascinating videos to help explain the science behind colour. References to Paul Cezanne and Robert Delaunay. A BIT ABOUT MY PRESENTATIONS... Most of these PowerPoints and resources were created in my NQT year and have been tweaked and adapted after 3 years of trial, error, experimentation and success. I love a good PowerPoint. It's my scheme of work; lesson planner; discussion starter; step-by-step instructor; inspiration presentation. Take a look at my free resources to get an idea of the quality you can expect. All of my presentations are visually engaging with lots of artist inspiration and student examples. The text is dyslexia friendly with clear fonts and key words highlighted. Learning objectives and outcomes are explicit and easy to understand. Enjoy!
hollymustill
Shoes- Year 7 Baseline Challenges

Shoes- Year 7 Baseline Challenges

I designed this short series of lessons in order to baseline our Year 7s, however it could be used for any year group. The tasks require some printing of resources but could easily be adapted to avoid printing costs. Includes: observational shoe drawing (with differentiated materials), trainer surface design tasks based on Rex Ray/Roy Lichtenstein and a surreal shoe design challenge. The challenges have proved very popular with our students, with many of them selecting at least one piece of work as the piece they are most proud of in their sketchbook! I love a good PowerPoint. It's my scheme of work; lesson planner; discussion starter; step-by-step instructor; inspiration presentation. Take a look at my free resources to get an idea of the quality you can expect. All of my presentations are visually engaging with lots of artist inspiration and student examples. The text is dyslexia friendly with clear fonts and key words highlighted. Learning objectives and outcomes are explicit and easy to understand. Enjoy!
hollymustill
GCSE Art- Food

GCSE Art- Food

2D and 3D work for Key Stage 4 Art Food project- includes Andy Warhol, Wayne Thiebaud, Claes Oldenburg, May Van Millingen and Kirsten Heistermann.
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