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Monthly Archives: July 2014

Art of the Game – Day 2

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  On day 2 of The Art of the Game – our summer Art course for Children devised by artist Sarah Carne we began by sorting and arranging the numbers into a board. It was easy to see the mistakes we had made! But we found solutions for all the little glitches! We then began [...]

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Art of the Game – Day One

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On this beautiful summers day artist Sarah Carne began our children’s art course by involving them in games to get us making decisions and choices. We then worked in teams to think about things that make us happy and healthy. This will form the basis for a giant game, which is to be about decision [...]

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Curators for the day

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At Merton Park Primary School we became curators for this weeks session, putting on an exhibition in the school hall for teachers and parents. We arranged our work to make it look interesting We included pictures of ourselves working We made posters, labels and leaflets We linked our collaborative map pieces together to make a [...]

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Summer Book

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To finish our project at Dundonald Primary School the children designed and made a summer holiday activity book using many of the techniques learnt this term. First we planned out some ideas for the book   Then we used paper cutting techniques and pastels to transfer our ideas to the real book. Each page was [...]

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Mapping Merton Park – collaborative painting

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The last 2 weeks at Merton Park Art Club we have been working in groups to create a large memory map based on the work we have been doing this term. The work was based on 2 walks we made around our local area.   Each group took an area and planned a collage with [...]

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Pop up stories

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Last week artist Ania Bas and the children at Dundonald Art Club continued to experiment with the development of characters by playing the traditional drawing game Exquisite Corpse developed by the surrealists. We then continued with our weekly life drawing exercises- our poses are getting more elaborate! We used paintings and drawings from the last [...]

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