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Integrated Art Lessons: A Classroom Resource for Teachers. Presented by: Cameron Art Museum 3201 South 17 th Street Wilmington, North Carolina 28412 www.cameronartmuseum.com. In cooperation with: The A+ Schools Program The University of North Carolina at Greensboro P. O. Box 26170

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Integrated Art Lessons:A Classroom Resource for Teachers

Presented by:

Cameron Art Museum

3201 South 17th Street

Wilmington, North Carolina 28412

www.cameronartmuseum.com

In cooperation with:

The A+ Schools Program

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

P. O. Box 26170

Greensboro, North Carolina 27402-6170

aplus-schools.uncg.edu

Funded by a grant from the Corning Foundation

Author: Martha Burdette


Lesson nine
Lesson Nine

Integrated Concepts

  • Social Studies: interdependence of people, resources,

    and the environment

  • Visual Art: weaving, sculpture, qualities of art materials

  • Science: natural resources, minerals, plants

  • Mathematics: attributes, three dimensional shapes


Can you identify the art object in this photograph?

From the way it looks, can you

predict how the surface might

feel?

What are some words you could

use to describe the texture?

Do you think this object would be

cool or warm if you touched it?

Do you think this object has a use,

or is it just created for people

to look at and think about?


What can you predict about the

size of this object?

Explain how you can tell.

Do you need more information

to be sure?

What could we put into the

picture to help viewers know the

actual size?


What materials may have been

used to create this object?

How would people get the

material to make this object?

What tools do you think they

need?

How much does it appear to

weigh?

If someone gave this object to

you as a gift, what would you do

with it?


Now let’s examine a very different looking art object.

  • Can you identify what type of object this is? How do

  • you know?

  • Do you know how it would feel if you could touch it?

    • Is it heavy or light?

    • What is the texture of the surface?

    • How large does it appear?

  • What are some ways you imagine it could be used?


What do you know about basket weaving?

How would you describe the materials that are used

to make baskets? Where would the artist get these materials?

How would you explain to someone how to make a basket?


Can you describe (explain) some of the ways that people have used baskets in the past?

What are some ways that people use baskets now?

What could you do with this basket?


Let’s used baskets in the past? compare and contrast these two objects.

  • Describe some attributes that both objects share.

  • Describe some ways they are different.

  • Look carefully at:

    • color function (use)

    • shape/form material

    • size pattern

    • texture weight


Information about the art and the artists
Information about the art and the artists used baskets in the past?

Title: “Chalice”

Artist/Dates: Al Frega

Medium: Steel

Size: 23” x 9”

Title: “Nature’s Sequence”

Artist/Dates: Billie Ruth Suddeth, American, born 1945

Medium: hand dyed European-cut reed splints, natural dyes

Size: 14” x 17”

Date: 1996

What else would you like to know about the art and the artists?

How can you find out?


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