- Visual Literacy (observation, close looking, evidential viewing)
- Types of portraits (physical and psychological, abstract & realistic)
- To determine how a biography or personal narrative can be told using images instead of words. By using large and small components, symbolism, and more.
- To draw a portrait using the techniques we see in the gallery and employed by artists and those we deem appropriate.
- Welcome, Sign- In
- Rules, Schedule
o I hear you’ve been studying narratives- tell me some things you’ve been learning about this year! What can we learn about people from their biographies?
o We’re going to look at sorts of biographies today! They’re visual biographies- anyone want to take a guess as to what I could possibly mean by that? We’re going to look at pictures and see what stories we can figure out from them. Sound good? At the end we’re going to choose a story about ourselves. Then we’re going to paint a portrait and try to tell that story. We might want to tell a story about our thoughts and feelings or about something that happened to us!
- Gallery visiting
- WS for portraits