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Unit Plan Erin Seickel ARE 5359 6.24.2009 2D Elementary: Forming Self After looking at Hochberg’s work students will consider questions about the subjects of these paintings. What are their names? What is their favorite subject in school? How do they spend their time?

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Unit Plan

Erin Seickel

ARE 5359

6.24.2009


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2D Elementary: Forming Self

  • After looking at Hochberg’s work students will consider questions about the subjects of these paintings.

    • What are their names?

    • What is their favorite subject in school?

    • How do they spend their time?

    • What are they feeling

  • Students will then consider those same things about themselves and plan a self-portrait of themselves in an environment that reflects these qualities.

  • Students will also include a written statement about what they are communicating about themselves through their self portrait.


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    Cheryl Hochberg, The Dog Magician, 2008, Oil on Panel


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    Cheryl Hochberg, The Bovine Equestrian, 2006, Oil on Panel


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    Cheryl Hochberg, Flight School, 2008, Oil on Panel


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    3D Elementary: Found Object Drawing

    • Students will look at Paik’s work and think about the ideas of taking a found object and visualizing it as something else. We will discuss what is added to Paik’s work by the fact that it is created out of found objects.

    • Observational drawing using Linderman’s drawing method.

    • Found object drawing to communicate a message.


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    Nam June Paik, Watchdog, 1997, Video Installation


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    Nam June Paik, Memory Trunk, 1997, Video Installation


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    Misc. Primary: Journals As Art

    • Students will look at examples of journals as art.

    • They will set goals for art this year (techniques, mediums, content, etc.).

    • They will make a list of ideas for exploration through their work.

    • They will create a drawing in their sketchbooks based on something that is important to their lives right now.








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    2D Secondary: Communicating a Message

    • Students will look at Kruger’s work and discuss what kinds of messages are being communicated.

      • First Impressions: Which piece has the strongest impact on you?

      • Describe: What elements and principles are present in this piece that make it so effective?

      • Analyze: Is it a strong message? How would the message change if changes were made to the visual design.

      • Judge: Rate how strongly the message is portrayed and if the overall visual of the piece is cohesive.

    • Students will select one of Kruger’s pieces that means the most to them and plan a 2D design based on the same content.

    • The students will create a 2D design in using the medium of their choice to express their views.

    • A professional class critique will occur of the day the prjects are turned in.


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    3D Secondary: Cai Guo Qiang

    • We will discuss the conversationalist content and the use of movement in Qiang’s work.

    • Student’s will research a conservation issue that is important to them.

    • Based on their research and our in class discussion of Qiang’s techniques the students will create a dynamic sculpture out of clay.


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    Cai Guo Qiang, Head On, 2006, Mixed Media


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    Cai Guo Qiang, Inopportune, 2004, Mixed Media


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    Misc. Secondary: Street Art Research

    • Students will examine the works of Chase, Gerada, and Roadsworth.

    • We will discuss street art and how it is crossing over into galleries and museums. We will make a list of criteria that a piece must have for it to be considered street art versus illegal graffiti.

    • Students are assigned an art research assignment to go out and find one example of street art and one example of graffiti. They must write a two page paper comparing the two works they found, measuring them against the criteria list we created as a class.


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    Chase, Remember Who You Are Series


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    Chase, Remember Who You Are Series


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    Chase, Remember Who You Are Series


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    Chase, Remember Who You Are Series


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    Jorge Rodriguez Gerada, Emma, 2006, Charcoal


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    Jorge Rodriguez Gerada, Sandra, 2007, Charcoal


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    Jorge Rodriguez Gerada, Maria Dolors, 2008, Charcoal


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    Roadsworth, North American Footprint, 2004, Spray Paint




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    Roadsworth, Dandelions


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    References

    • Chase (2007) Remember who you are series from Blackshaw, R., & Farrelly, L. (2008). The street art book: 60 artists in their own words. Harper Collins Publishers: New York City, NY.

    • Gerada, J.R. (2006) Emma from Blackshaw, R., & Farrelly, L. (2008). The street art book: 60 artists in their own words. Harper Collins Publishers: New York City, NY.

    • Gerada, J.R. (2008) Maria Dolors. Retrieved on June 12, 2009 from Art Jammer Web site: http://www.artjammer.com/id14f.html

    • Gerada, J.R. (2007) Sandra. Retrieved on June 12, 2009 from Art Jammer Web site:http://www.artjammer.com/id12g.html

    • Goldner, J. (2006). Have we Met? Retrieved on June 5, 2009 from Art in Context Web site: http://www.artincontext.org/image/image_main.aspx?id=5082

    • Goldner, J. (2004) Garden Gate. Retrieved on June 5, 2009 from Art in Context Web site: http://www.artincontext.org/image/image_main.aspx?id=4095

    • Goldner, J. (2000) Can We Heal? Retrieved on June 6, 2009 from Art in Context Web site: http://www.artincontext.org/image/image_main.aspx?id=4111

    • Hochberg, C. (2006). The Bovine Equestrian. Retrieved on June 7, 2009 from Cheryl Agulnick Web site: http://www.cherylagulnick.com/figurepages/bovine.html

    • Hochberg, C. (2008) Flight School. Scanned on June 5, 2009 fromNew American Paintings

    • Hochberg, C. (2008) The Dog Magician. Retrieved on June 5, 2009 from Cheryl Agulnick Web site: http://www.cherylagulnick.com/figurepages/dogmagician.html

    • Kruger, B. (1982). We Have Received Orders Not to Move. Scanned June 7, 2009 from Contemporary Woman Artists.

    • Kruger, B. (1983). You Are Not Yourself. Scanned June 7, 2009 from New Art.

    • Kruger, B. (1988). God Sends the Meat… Scanned June 7, 2009 from New Art.

    • New, J. (2005). Drawing from life: The journal as art. Princeton Architectural Press: New York City, NY.


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    More References

    • Paik, N.J. (1997). Watchdog. Retrieved on June 6, 2009 from Art in Context Web site:http://www.artincontext.org/image/image_main.aspx?id=5163

    • Paik, N. J. (1997). Memory Trunk. Retrieved June 6, 2009 from Art in Context Web site: http://www.artincontext.org/image/image_main.aspx?id=947

    • Qiang, C.G. (2006) Head on. Retrieved on June 13,2009 from Batch Process Website: www.batchprocess.org/ tag/crowd/

    • Quiang, C.G. (2004)Inopportune. from Rosenberg, J., & Jones, N. (Eds.). (2007). Art in action: Nature, creativity, and our collective future. San Rafeal, CA: Earth Aware.

    • Roadsworth, Dandelions. From Blackshaw, R., & Farrelly, L. (2008). The street art book: 60 artists in their own words. Harper Collins Publishers: New York City, NY.

    • Roadsworth (2004) North American Footprint. Retrieved June 12, 2009 from Roadsworth Web site: http://www.roadsworth.com/main/index.php?showimage=163&category=2

    • Roadsworth Plug. Retrieved on June 12, 2009 from Desesperodo Artista Web site: http://desesperodoartista.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/roadsworth-plug-male1.jpg

    • Roadworth Zipper. Retrieved on June 12, 2009 from Urban Photo Web site: http://www.urbanphoto.net/blog/2006/12/14/roadsworth-vindicated-and-other-interesting-ideas-from-2006/

    • Sloan, J. (1997). Pleated Spiral. Retrieved June 7, 2009, from Art in Context Website: http://www.artincontext.org/image/image_main.aspx?id=4026

    • Sloan, J. (1995). Spiral. Retrieved June 7, 2009, from Art in Context Web site: http://www.artincontext.org/image/image_man.aspx?id=4025

    • Sloan, J. (1996). Photo Saw, Wood Saw. Retrieved June 7, 2009, from Art in Context Web site: http://www.artincontext.org/image/image_main.aspx?id=4025

    • Sloan, J. (1996). Photo Saw, Circular Saw #1 . Retrieved June 7, 2009, from Art in Context Web site: http://www.artincontext.org/image/image_main.aspx?id=4023

    • Woolf, S.T. (2006) Quiet Piece Number 11. Retrieved on June 5, 2009 from Art in Context Web site: http://www.artincontext.org/image/image_main.aspx?id=4631

    • Woolf, S.T. (2005) You Made the Bed I Lie In. Retrieved on June 5, 2009 from Art in Context Web site: http://www.artincontext.org/image/image_main.aspx?id=4631




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