Artists display their fascination with words, language and text creating new and exciting works of art. In this expanded 48 page colour volume you will meet 5 artists who combine text in art.
Each book features the 5 Australasian artists on a single theme presented in an easy to read style
40 pages covering a conversation with each artist, themes, inspiration and influences, developing ideas and biographical details
Creative lesson plans and ideas for ways students can respond to the artworks
Resource Pack Includes
Resource pack comes with the book and includes: CD of images, How to Draw cards related to the theme, and 10 A4 reproduction posters of the main artworks as well as Step by Step Process posters.
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Read What Teachers Say..
Celebrate Art is so valuable as a teaching resource. All aspects of studying an artist are covered. It is a suitable resource for multi-levels and for experienced AND new teachers. It has easy-to-follow plans which can be adapted to suit the class we have at the time, or just followed through as is. St Johns Hill School
The Celebrate Art Pack is a well thought out and put together resource, suitable for upper Primary and early Secondary school students. The images from the 7 artists show how they each respond differently to the theme of Identity and Belonging by using materials and producing artworks which are personal expressions of issues all students can relate to. The information on the back of each image is extensive and can be easily used by the classroom teacher to develop his/her students knowledge of art appreciation, exploring and responding to art works and creating and making art. Irene Lynch
Art Education Victoria, President