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Child Art Day 2004 Presented by: Spring 2004 Art 302 Students Dianne Turner, Instructor with Shannon Wright, Director of Annual Giving, CSUB Child Art Day 2004 Begun in 2001 with Art 401 students teaching about six different renowned artists

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Child Art Day 2004

Presented by:

Spring 2004 Art 302 Students

Dianne Turner, Instructor

with Shannon Wright,

Director of Annual Giving, CSUB


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Child Art Day 2004

  • Begun in 2001 with Art 401 students teaching about six different renowned artists

  • Created to thanking children and grandchildren of patrons, faculty and staff of CSUB

  • Each child selects three of six workshops based upon artists and enjoys a family barbecue and culminating exhibit at the end of the day


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Artists featured for 2004

  • Vincent Van Gogh

  • Marc Chagall

  • Georges Rouault

  • Rene Magritte

  • Kathe Kollwitz

  • Ed Ruscha


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You Got to Have Friends

  • Featured Van Gogh’s Sunflower paintings

  • Van Gogh painted brilliant sunflowers emphasizing the color yellow as a tribute to his friend Gauguin

  • Children created a textured oil pastel painting of sunflowers as a tribute to a friend



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Queen and King for a Day

  • Children were introduced to the “The Old King” by Ruoault

  • The painting depicts Ruoualt’s vision of the weight of the world’s problems on an imaginary king’s shoulders

  • Rouault was a former stained glass artist who incorporated a stained glass look in his paintings

  • Children created a stained glass painting on plexi glass of either a queen or king



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Painting on Cloud Nine

  • This workshop featured the wine bottle paintings of Rene Magritte

  • Magritte liked the shape of a wine bottle as a canvas

  • He also was fascinated with using clouds and silhouettes as part of his bottle series

  • Children painted daytime landscapes with cloudy skies for this workshop



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Beam me up Ed!

  • Ed Ruscha was inspired by the early Religious paintings that had a beam of light showing in the background

  • Ruscha worked as a commercial artist early in his career

  • He combined the idea of light, using his own pigments for paints, and graphic arts as the inspiration for his work

  • His work often involved using one word as the focus

  • Children created a picture focusing on one word and using graphic markers to create it



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Printing from the Past

  • Artist Kathe Kollwitz was inspired by tragedies she witnessed from both World Wars I and II

  • First hand she saw mothers protecting children from the dangers of war

  • She used printing mostly in black and white as her medium

  • Children created a print of mother animals protecting their young from danger



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Party Animals

  • Artist Marc Chagall painted fantasy animals dressed as humans

  • Chagall also painted “The Birthday” which depicted his beloved surprising him on his birthday

  • Children created a party animal celebrating a birthday showing friends, games and food


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Chagall Workshop


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