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Introduction Task Resources Process Evaluation Conclusion Standards Citations Teacher Notes A WebQuest for 8th Grade Art Designed by – Jessica Cable dcable2@woh.rr.com EDTL 695 - Summer 2008 Creating WebQuests for the K-12 Classroom – Based on a template from The WebQuest Page

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pop art gallery
Introduction

Task

Resources

Process

Evaluation

Conclusion

Standards

Citations

Teacher Notes

A WebQuest for 8th Grade

Art

Designed by – Jessica Cable

dcable2@woh.rr.com

EDTL 695 - Summer 2008

Creating WebQuests for the K-12 Classroom –

Based on a template from The WebQuest Page

Pop Art Gallery
introduction
Introduction
  • It is 1955 and you are opening a new Art gallery in New York City. There are many up-and-coming artists with creative new ideas in the style of Pop Art. You need to view paintings by several artists and decide which pieces will be best for the display.
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Task
  • You will be assigned to a group of 3 and work together to learn about Pop Art and decide how to present Pop Art in the gallery for public viewing.
  • Work together, after learning about Pop Art, to fill the gallery for a big opening night. The final project will be a poster of several Pop Art pieces chosen and displayed by your team.
resources
Resources
  • Poster board, color printed art images found on web sites, glue, scissors, rulers, and triangles.
process
Process
  • Your main project is to create a poster showing your gallery in 3-dimensions (remember your “Dream Room”?) You will print color copies of the chosen art pieces that best fit into your ideas of Pop Art. Next, you will display them in your gallery (poster) and give credit to the artist and the web site where you found the piece. To accomplish this task, the teacher will assign one of the roles (Director, Curator, or Marketing Director) to you and your team members.
  • See Roles for this Taskfor detailed descriptions of each role).
  • Your team will search web sites about Pop Art and Pop Artists and answer a few questions.
gallery production
Gallery Production
  • After all of your research, your team will create your own mini-gallery on a poster.

*draw a large room in 3-dimensions (remember our “dream rooms”?)

*show 3 walls, a ceiling, and floor

*copy the works of art (in color) and write down the artist and the site where you found the work

*cut them out, add a frame if you wish, and glue them in your gallery where you feel they should go

* make labels for the works (to give credit to the artist and the web site where you found them)

*add color and detail to make your gallery unique and different from the other teams

To Conclusion

roles for this task
Roles for this Task

Each student will take on one of these roles.

*Gallery Director-is responsible for planning and day-to-day operation and performance of the Gallery. The Director works with curator to support the development of the Gallery’s collections and is also the spokesperson for the gallery.

*Curator-is in charge of an art gallery and selects what will be exhibited. You also care for and look after the collection. The curator contributes to the planning, development of the Gallery's exhibition. This means you determine what is seen in an exhibition and how you see it. The curators also play an important role in the development of the collection.

*Art Historian- this person is an expert on many types of art and art movements throughout history. They serve as a guide in choosing quality works for the gallery.

gallery director
Gallery Director
  • investigate these web sites and answer the following questions:

Pop Art examples at:

Artcyclopedia

History of Pop Art at:

Pop Art, What is it?

Definition of Pop Art at:

Web Museum Paris

Questions:

  • Where did the term “Pop Art” come from?
  • Where did Pop Art develop?
  • Pop Art is a rebellion against what?

To Gallery Production Page

curator
Curator

Investigate these web sites and answer the following questions:

Biography of David Hockney

Biography of Wayne Thiebaud

Biography of Roy Lichtenstein

Biography of Andy Warhol

Biography of Jasper Johns

Questions:

  • What are the differences in the 5 artists styles?
  • Which artist used items from popular culture and everyday life in their art?
  • Which are your favorite works by each artist?

Go to Gallery Production Page

art historian
Art Historian

Investigate these web sites and answer the following questions:

*Biography of David Hockney

*Biography of Wayne Thiebaud

*Biography of Roy Lichtenstein

*Biography of Andy Warhol

*Biography of Jasper Johns

Questions:

  • What are the differences in the 5 artists styles?
  • Which artist used items from popular culture and everyday life in their art?
  • Which are your favorite works by each artist?

Go to Gallery Production Page

conclusion
Conclusion
  • Congratulations on creating your own art gallery of Pop Art! You learned about the development of art in the 1950’s and 1960’s surrounded by social change. Your gallery shows examples of pop art and how different it was compared to past works in galleries.
ohio academic content standards visual arts
Ohio Academic Content Standards – Visual Arts
  • Benchmark A: Compare and contrast the distinctive characteristics of art forms from various cultural, historical and social contexts.
  • 1. Explain how social, cultural and political factors affect what artists, architects or designers create.
  • Benchmark C: Demonstrate knowledge of historical influences on contemporary works of art and make predictions about influences on the future of visual art.
  • 4. Identify examples of visual culture (e.g., advertising, political cartoons, product design and theme parks) and discuss how visual art is used to shape people's tastes, choices, values, lifestyles, buying habits and opinions.
  • 5. Consider and discuss how contemporary artworks contribute to and influence the future of art.
teacher notes
Teacher Notes
  • The students will have already completed a project creating a 3-dimensional dream room in one-point perspective.
citations
Citations
  • About David Hockney. (n.d.) Retrieved June 13, 2008, from the Web site:

http://www.davidhockney.com/bio.shtml

  • Experience the best of New Zealand’s Art, Retrieved June 14, 2008, from the Auckland Art Gallery Web site: http://www.aucklandartgallery.govt.nz/aboutus/behindscenes/default.asp
  • Malyon J. Artists by Movement, Pop Art. (n.d.)Retrieved June 13, 2008, from the Art
    • Cyclopedia Web site: http://www.artcyclopedia.com/history/pop.html
  • Nash, S. Wayne Thiebaud (2000, June). Retrieved June 13, 2008, from The Artchive Web site:
    • http://www.artchive.com/artchive/T/thiebaud.html
  • Pioch, N. Pop Art. (2002, October 14) Retrieved June 13, 2008, from the WebMuseum
    • Web site: http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/tl/20th/pop-art.html
  • Pedigree and Provenance. (n.d.)Retrieved June 13, 2008, from the Biddington’s Pop Art
    • Gallery Web site: http://www.biddingtons.com/content/pedigreepop.html
  • Roy Lichtenstein, biography (n.d.) Retrieved June 13, 2008, from Art In the Picture.com Web site:
    • http://www.artinthepicture.com/artists/Roy_Lichtenstein/biography.html
  • Wrbican, M. American Masters: Andy Warhol. (n.d.)Retrieved June 13, 2008, from the PBS Web
    • site: http://www.pbs.org/wnet/americanmasters/database/warhol_a.html
  • Sylvester, D. Jasper Johns. (1997, August 15). Retrieved June 13, 2008, from The Artchive Web
    • site: http://www.artchive.com/artchive/J/johnsbio.html#images