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Art 133: Community 21st Century Approach: Community-Based Art Education By: Jordan, Rachel, Marisela, Sarai

Art 133: Community

21st Century Approach: Community-Based Art Education

By: Jordan, Rachel, Marisela, Sarai

Lesson Overview:

Students will learn about what makes up their communities while reflecting on what role they have in their community. They will create an imprint of their own impact in the community. In doing so, they will be able to understand ultimately what a community is.

imprint of their own impact in the community. In doing so, they will be able to
Community-Based Art Education: Discussion Questions: 1. How will you demonstrate the concept of community to

Community-Based Art Education:

Discussion Questions:

1. How will you demonstrate the concept of community to your classroom?

2. What Community-Based Art practices will you use?

3. Did the reading elicit any childhood memories on how your teachers incorporated the concept of community in the classroom? (Ex: A garden, an about me?)

Big Idea: Community 21st Century Approach: Community-Based Art Education KEY CONCEPTS: ● Art is connected

Big Idea: Community 21st Century Approach: Community-Based Art Education

KEY CONCEPTS:

Art is connected to life

Art reflects and informs culture

Artists utilizes basic formal structures (Elements and Principles) within an artwork to communicate meaning, ideas, and narratives

Underlying social structures (un) consciously guide the creation of artworks within communities

Inspiration Artist: Federico Herrero

Inspiration Artist: Federico Herrero
Inspiration Artist: Federico Herrero Studio Investigation: Building a Community
Inspiration Artist: Federico Herrero Studio Investigation: Building a Community

Studio Investigation:

Building a Community

Inspiration Artist: Federico Herrero Studio Investigation: Building a Community

About Federico Herrero

Born in 1978 in San Jose, Costa Rica, Federico Herrero studied painting at the Pratt Institute in New York from 1997 to 1998. Beginning in 2001, Federico worked on commissioned art in Canada, Costa Rica, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Federico ventures outside of Latin American styles, but still captures the genuinity of Conceptualism, murals, and geometric abstraction.

Community

Essential Questions

What is community?

What is a community made of?

How does art tie into community?

How can artists help their communities?

● What is a community made of? ● How does art tie into community? ● How

Community Objectives

TSW…

Represent how they individually fit into their community through artmaking

Create a representation of how they see themselves in the community or how the community is represented to them

Understand how they represent their community as an individual.

Learning Objectives:
Learning Objectives:

TSW be able to…

Create an artwork within an outline of their hand representing their identity within their community by using line, shape, color, and unity which will become a component of a “Community Mural”

Materials

Paper

Markers

Paint

Crayons

Pencils

Sharpies

Scissors

Materials ● Paper ● Markers ● Paint ● Crayons ● Pencils ● Sharpies ● Scissors
Materials ● Paper ● Markers ● Paint ● Crayons ● Pencils ● Sharpies ● Scissors

Other Inspirations

Other Inspirations
Other Inspirations

Studio Instructions

1. Have students trace hand onto colored paper of choice or onto base paper

2. Students will have “free choice” in decorating their hand in a way that represents their identity within their community

3. Have students write their definition of “community” within the surrounding space of hand

4. With help from teacher, glue hands onto large sheet of butcher paper to create a “Community Mural”

Citations:

“Federico Herrero.” Guggenheim, 1 Sept. 2017, www.guggenheim.org/map-artist/federico-herrero.