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In this lesson, students study the artwork of Louise Nevelson and learn/review some basic terms (assemblage, monochromatic, etc.) I made this lesson for grades 1-12—I know this is a very wide age range! I did this project first with high school students using wood. Later on, when I taught elementary
What does this lesson INCLUDE? (I did this lesson with Elementary, middle and High School students)This lesson is going to highlight Assemblage artist Louise Nevelson and other artists!! I have used this lesson for elementary, middle and high school students. Basic Understanding for the LessonAssemb
This project is perfect if you have a limited supply budget, because it made from ALL found objects. Includes: - background info on Louise Nevelson - Project objectives - Essential Questions - Step by Step instructions - rubric - 3 image sets to help students identify the work of Louise Nevelson
Grades:
5th - 12th
This integrated art unit is created to complement recycling standards. Perfect for STEM/STEAM schools. It integrates American Artist Louise Nevelson and leads up to a project made of recycled products. The project will give students a new way to think about recycling, as well as a familiarity with a
Relief sculpture project using cardboard where students are inspired by sculpture artist Louise Nevelson
This PowerPoint presentation is an excellent summation of Louise Nevelson's life and art (specifically her work with Assemblage Sculpture). This presentation incorporates inspirational quotes from Nevelson, picture samples and descriptions of her artwork, as well as links to videos pertaining to her
Grades:
5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Learn about the Artist, Louise Nevelson and her Assemblage Art! This presentation teaches you about her life and Art. It also gives step-by-step directions on how to create your own Nevelson Assemblage.
Grades:
PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This worksheet goes along with the FREE Louise Nevelson Sculpture Project Powerpoint lesson. The students observe the sculptures in the presentation and answer questions about them. This gets the kiddos to think about art critically and be able to put into words what they see and have an opinion a
A four-page printable worksheet on the sculptor Louise Nevelson.A great way to introduce the artist. The resource can be used as a sub lesson during a relevant project (sculpture, monochrome, assemblage, abstraction), an extension activity, or as a whole class task.Students are asked to read the inf
The perfect lesson for an art teacher who has a lot of unused reclaimed objects and "junk" just waiting for a project! This lesson will teach your students all the most important concepts of great design and composition while also improving their assembly skills and craftsmanship. Includes: Complete
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Grades:
6th - 12th
The perfect lesson for an art teacher who has a lot of unused reclaimed objects and "junk" just waiting for a project! This lesson will teach your students all the most important concepts of great design and composition while also improving their assembly skills and craftsmanship. Includes: Lesson P
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Grades:
6th - 12th
Louise Nevelson was an American artist. Students will evaluate this piece using text dependent questions, writing prompt, and art extension activity
Thinking about creating a piece inspired by Louise Nevelson? Start with the 3 activities contained within this lesson: Understanding Louise Nevelson: Activity #1- Find-a-Fact Game Students conduct research in cooperative groups, competing against one another. Each source they use is worth a certai
Grades:
7th - 12th
This is a visual of Louise Nevelson and her artwork.
Grades:
K - 12th
Power Point Presentation for Louise Nevelson Inspired Cardboard Sculptures.Check out my page for lesson plan info & more resources: www.imperfectlypatricia.com
This presentation includes information about Louise Nevelson, images of her work and instructions for the project. :) Make sure to look for the supplemental paper that goes with this presentation in my store. Enjoy and have a wonderful time creating!
Questions to accompany Louise Nevelson biography from bio.comhttp://www.biography.com/people/louise-nevelson-20854319Check out my page for lesson plan info & more resources: www.imperfectlypatricia.com
Visual Arts Kindergarten Lesson and Activity on Louise Nevelson and her artwork.This lesson is one of 31 lessons for the Visual Arts program for Kindergarten. Refer to our curriculum mapping to see how the Essential Standards and projects can be parsed out and be on the lookout for more lessons to b
Editable CT State Standards for Louise Nevelson Inspired Cardboard sculptures.Check out my page for lesson plan info & more resources: www.imperfectlypatricia.com
Self-assessment rubric for Louise Nevelson inspired cardboard sculptures.Check out my page for lesson plan info & more resources: www.imperfectlypatricia.com
Grades:
5th - 8th
Individual painted artist poster of Louise Nevelson.Please check out the links to sets below if you want numerous posters for a greatly discounted price.File includes 2 versions.'-Original version with handwritten name-New version with black border and typed name and years.CLICK HERE FOR SET #1! 10
Editable Self-Assessment rubric of Louise Nevelson inspired cardboard sculptures.Check out my page for lesson plan info & more resources: www.imperfectlypatricia.com
Grades:
5th - 9th
Study SCULPTURES inspired by Pablo Picasso, Louise Nevelson, Alexander Calder, and Dale Chihuly with this amazing resource! We use these projects with Preschool and Kindergarten aged children, but they can also be easily adapted to use with 1st and 2nd Graders. Includes: Information about Picasso,
Grades:
PreK - 2nd
Students study the sculptural style of Louise Nevelson and using scrap piece of wood they construct their own sculpture in her style.
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Grades:
8th - 12th

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