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Designed to support a school trip to Red Funnel Ferries
ART & DESIGN Key Stage 3
Creativity in Art & Design
Creative Response to stimulus
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During their journey on a Red Funnel ferry, children will capture images of their journey, using sketch books and cameras. They will then represent their chosen image (using a preferred media), before reproducing it again, as a 3D paper sculpture.
This is an art resource that engages children with their journey on a Red Funnel Ferry.
The resource incorporates a photography task and enables children to develop their creativity and ideas.
Furthermore, it allows them to use a range of techniques and media, and increase their proficiency in the handling of different materials.
During their journey on the Red Funnel ferry, pupils can use a digital camera and a sketch book to capture a variety of images which inspire them. They should be encouraged to photograph/sketch a range of scenes (see task suggestions).
Upon return to school, students will be given time to investigate the images captured and decide which are their favourites (some may want to focus on elements within the photographs, rather than the whole image, if preferred).
Following this, they will need to investigate different examples of seascape art work, using the internet. They should find examples which use different media before deciding which one inspires them the most. After making their choice, they should produce their image using the method which enthuses them (e.g. charcoal/pencil/textiles etc.).
Once the first piece of work is complete, their second piece will be a 3d pop-up sculpture.
Students will then reflect on their finished pieces and decide which piece of work they prefer and why.
Key Skills Practised
Use a range of techniques to record observations as a basis for exploring ideas
Use a range of techniques and media
Increase proficiency in the handling of different materials
Analyse and evaluate work in order to increase the visual impact of their work
During the Visit
Capture images on the journey - seascapes and landscapes. Sketching. Representing images using a variety of media (such as paint, pencil, charcoal etc.). Finding out about great artists and producing work in the same style. Produce their own creative interpretation and 3D sculpture.
Students will demonstrate their artistic skill, using of a variety of media (including 3D sculptures). They will develop an understanding of artists and the cultural development of their art forms.
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