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Rights, respect and responsibilities at Year 7. Suggested teaching ideas and supporting resources: visual art. Compiled for HIAS by Dylan Theodore. Ideas and stimuli for expressing responses to rights issues using art with a public message. Art with a public message: how do they do that? .

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Rights, respect and responsibilities at Year 7

Suggested teaching ideas and supporting resources: visual art

Compiled for HIAS by Dylan Theodore



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Art with a public message: how do they do that? using art with a public message

  • Have you seen TV programmes, photographs, pictures or films that make you think about an important issue?

  • Do you know of any images, adverts or films that try to persuade you that there is something wrong in the world that needs putting right?

  • What did the artist do to make you stop and think like that? How did he or she make sure their work gave out a strong message that you could not ignore?


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Art with a message: how do they do that? using art with a public message

  • Take a look at the following images and ask yourself: are they just for fun, or is the artist trying to say something important too?

  • What media, materials and techniques is the artist using?


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Darling using art with a public message

Wim Delvoye


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Mel Calman using art with a public message


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“That’s not using art with a public messagemy political opinion. That’s just stuff I heard on the radio.”

The New Yorker


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Shooting stars using art with a public message

Teun Hocks


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(Untitled) using art with a public message

Teun Hocks


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Hoovering using art with a public message

Teun Hocks


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How dare you not be me? using art with a public message

Barbara Kruger


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Art with a message: how do they do that? using art with a public message

  • So, the artists are using jokes, humour and ridiculous situations.

  • They also seem to be using contrast.

  • They take something ordinary and then put something unexpected alongside. There is a twist or surprise that makes you look twice, or think again.

  • What is the twist or surprise in each image ?

  • They are also using line drawing (cartoon), photography, people as models and digital manipulation.


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Art with a message: how do they do that? using art with a public message

  • Some images use a surprising contrast to catch people’s attention and make them think about what they are seeing, and what the message is.

  • However, the aim is not always to make you laugh. Some images use a more disturbing or unpleasant twist.


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Wall Street banquet using art with a public message

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Our bread

Diego Rivera


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Land of plenty using art with a public message

Lucienne Bloch


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Advertisement by Burger King, USA using art with a public message


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Healthy eating campaign using art with a public message

British Heart Foundation


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Healthy eating campaign using art with a public message

British Heart Foundation


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Fetish using art with a public message

The Chapman Brothers


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Bombs away using art with a public message

Rockwell Kent


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Requiem for Biafra using art with a public message

Ralph Steadman


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The price of meat using art with a public message

Ralph Steadman


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If you are beaten … GET OUT (mock helpline) using art with a public message

Barbara Kruger


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Mother and child at Christmas using art with a public message

Ralph Steadman


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Art with a message: how do they do that? using art with a public message

  • Sometimes artists use devices such as masks, puppets, overheard conversations, captions and speech bubbles.

  • Often these tell us what is really going on in an ordinary situation, and what effect it is having on someone. We are not just given the straight message – the device helps us think about the importance of the message.

  • What difference do the masks make to the next image?


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Doubles using art with a public message

Olaf Breuning


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Art with a message: how do they do that? using art with a public message

  • Some artists just say it straight:

    “This is terrible, it should not happen. Why does it have to happen?”


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No life using art with a public message

Sydney Holo


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Art with a message: how do they do that? using art with a public message

  • Other artists want to say that people can make things better:

    “People can have their rights upheld – having a peaceful life and enough food for the family is possible for everyone!”


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Harriet Tubman using art with a public message

Aaron Douglas


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Post-war monument using art with a public message

Pnomh Penh city centre, Cambodia


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From using art with a public messageSometimes, by Sheenagh Pugh

Sometimes, things don’t go, after all,

from bad to worse.

Some years, muscadet

faces down frost; green thrives; the crops don’t fail

Sometimes a man aims high and all goes well.


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“These streets are full of heroes.” using art with a public message

Benjamin Zephaniah


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