Ambar Del Moral
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High School

High School

 
 

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Surrealism Lesson

During this lesson, students will explore the world of Surrealism. The lesson will begin with an art history lesson that includes surrealist art from various parts of the world, ranging from the 1920s to the present.
Students will then tap into their past dreams to create their Surrealist sculptures using recycled materials such as lunch trays, newspaper, magazines, cardboard boxes, etc.

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Craftivism Lesson

The central focus of the lesson is an exploration of identity through craftivism. Students will use embroidery as the medium. During the first lesson, students will explore the meaning of self-portraiture and craftivism and investigate how to bring them together.

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Teacher Sample

Teacher Sample


Teacher Sample

Teacher Sample

Land Art Lesson

Students will create a piece of Land Art with a partner as a means to apply a deeper understanding of ecology and the common theme in literature; Person vs. Nature. They will interpret their process and use new vocabulary to describe their methods during critique.

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Animated GIF Lesson

Students will use their smartphones to create a short stop-motion animation which they will then turn into a GIF.

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VEEVO  Bacteria Printmaking by Sylvia Saborio

VEEVO Bacteria Printmaking by Sylvia Saborio

Bacteria Printmaking

Students will branch out from traditional printmaking techniques and create monoprints using bacteria.

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Curriculum Map: Foundation Studio

Art I: Studio Foundations is a year-long course exploring a wide variety of materials and methods including, drawing, painting, collage, printmaking, bookmaking, sculpture, and contemporary crafts. Each unit is inspired by art history and a theme such as storytelling and identity.

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