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A Level, GCSE and KS3 Art & Design, Photography and Graphic Design Teacher

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A Level, GCSE and KS3 Art & Design, Photography and Graphic Design Teacher
Art & Design Cover Lesson - Marvel Superheroes (Sandra Chevrier)
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Art & Design Cover Lesson - Marvel Superheroes (Sandra Chevrier)

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Art & Design cover lesson - introducing students to the work of illustrator Sandra Chevrier, who creates portraits with Marvel character masks covering the face. This worksheet has examples of Chevrier’s work and instructs students to complete their own design over the blank portrait to the left of the page. Please note that this is a worksheet only, not a full lesson or presentation.
GCSE Photography Scheme of Work (Full Y10 Course)
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GCSE Photography Scheme of Work (Full Y10 Course)

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A selection of 5 GCSE Photography digital sketchbooks guiding students through the camera basics, shutter speed, aperture and portraiture. Enough content to cover a full Year 10 course, before student pick independent projects in Y11. Highly successful outcomes from each project in past teaching, with analysis and development help and prompts too. Perfect set for anyone new to teaching GCSE Photography
Art & Design Cover Lesson - Skateboard Deck Illustrations
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Art & Design Cover Lesson - Skateboard Deck Illustrations

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A one off Art & Design cover lesson challenging students to create an illustration for a skateboard deck. The sheet explains the task and success criteria, as well as offering visual examples for inspiration. Students are to select one of the eight starting points provided and complete their illustration in the skateboard template, also on the sheet. This task may be extended to allow students to complete their designs digitally, adding colour and texture through Photoshop or Photopea.
Photography Photoshop Layering - Zeka Designs
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Photography Photoshop Layering - Zeka Designs

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A step by step guide for students to create posters in the style of Zeka Designs. The content helps in creating work based on European architecture but can be adapted to suit a portrait project. Written instructions for Photopea included, as well as analysis prompts to break down the contextual sources. Originally completed with Year 9 as an online project but also suitable for GCSE Photography and Graphic Design.
Photography/ Art Cover Lesson - Daniele Buetti
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Photography/ Art Cover Lesson - Daniele Buetti

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A worksheet demonstrating how to achieve a pin hole light illustration in the style of photographer Daniele Buetti. Originally set as an online, distance learning task, it may easily be adapted into a one off cover lesson.
Art & Design Cover Lesson - Silhouette Folktales
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Art & Design Cover Lesson - Silhouette Folktales

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Worksheet covering the silhouette illustrations of the artist Kara Walker. The sheet challenges students to depict a well known folktale through the use of silhouettes only. Examples and background information are also supported through the included presentation. This may be used as a one off cover lesson or introduction into a longer project. The work of Kara Walker is perfect for any creative BLM workshops or activities.
GCSE Food Photography
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GCSE Food Photography

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Mini GCSE Photography project exploring contemporary food photography. Emphasis on students exploring lighting and camera angles to capture work in the style of: Vanessa McKeown Albert B Balein Ryan MacEachern Slides include analysis questions and diagrams to support photoshoots. Final Ryan MacEachern tasks allows students to develop more conceptual outcomes, linking research into food types into data driven photoshoots.
Art & Design Architecture Projects
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Art & Design Architecture Projects

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A collection of 5 architecture resources and projects. Content covers mixed media architecture, Photoshop manipulation, illustration and Lino Cutting project. Could all be used at GCSE level, or adapted to suit different key stages.
Photography Cover Activity - Perspective Heads
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Photography Cover Activity - Perspective Heads

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A step by step guide taking students through a layered portrait Photoshop tutorial. The slides have easy to follow Photoshop instructions, with examples and screenshots to suit most learning styles. The end product should be achievable within an hour lesson, provided students have a prior knowledge of Photoshop. The slides can be sent to each student to make a copy and attach screenshots, final outcome and written analysis, too.
Matisse Fauvism Olympics Project
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Matisse Fauvism Olympics Project

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A project exploring Matisse’s works and his cut out style. Students link his technique to the upcoming Paris 2024 Olympic games, creating a contemporary minimal sports poster. Extending the technique, students progress onto the work of Bernardo Henning, who has influences of Matisse’s shapes and mark making within his designs. The project can be completed by hand, or digitally using Photoshop.
A Level Art & Design Annotation Log
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A Level Art & Design Annotation Log

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A spreadsheet designed to help students complete written annotations in a concise, direct manner. Document includes a blank annotation log, as well as a completed example from a past student. Questions and prompts help students to consider the 4 AOs whilst analysing their work. Students are encouraged to complete annotation after each artist, double page or large scale piece. HOW TO USE: Download the spreadsheet and add to Google Drive. Share with students, who make their own copy. Teacher and student then have joint access to the document, which can be checked and fed back on at any time. Once annotations are checked, students can copy to a Word document and print, ready for presentation in sketchbook.
Art & Design Cover Lesson - Greek Mythology
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Art & Design Cover Lesson - Greek Mythology

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2 x Greek Mythology grid drawing worksheets. A photograph of a statue of Medusa and one of Athena. Students are asked to copy the grid lines onto their A4 piece of paper and copy box for box from the sheet. A good activity for scaling images and building confidence with portrait drawing, which can be used as a starting point for further exploration into Greek Mythology.
Art & Design Object Shading Worksheet
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Art & Design Object Shading Worksheet

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A simple sheeting allowing students to apply pre taught shading and tonal techniques to 3D shapes. Used as a practice builder into more substantial 3D still life drawings.
GCSE Photography Taster Project - Reflections
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GCSE Photography Taster Project - Reflections

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A small presentation designed to get pre GCSE Photography students thinking more creatively about the images they take in their own time. The slides suggest possible starting points all linked to the theme of Reflections. There are no technical guides or analytical points, just suggested photographers and potential shoots to try. Has also been set as an online learning project for KS3 students to encourage time away from their screens, whilst still encouraging creativity.
Artist Research - Tattoo Illustrations
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Artist Research - Tattoo Illustrations

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Frida Kahlo artist research sheet, looking at the illustrator Liz Clements as an aid to researching into Kahlo’s life and story. Tattoos have been added in the style of Clements, which students will then need to research into and show understanding of what the symbols may represent. Extension to create a Liz Clements illustration, making Kahlo a more modern figure.
Photography Cover Lesson - Double Exposure Tutorial (Photopea)
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Photography Cover Lesson - Double Exposure Tutorial (Photopea)

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A selection of slides which directs students through a double exposure tutorial using the online website, Photopea. The slides link closely to the work of Nevess and encourage students to combine their own portrait and architecture photography. As an extension, students can then develop a more mixed media, graphic style of working. There are further tutorials and analysis guides for the artist Januz Miralles.
Photography Analysis Questions
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Photography Analysis Questions

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Photography analysis guide with directed questions to help students consider concept and meaning behind the work of Matt Wisniewski and his digital overlays.