This lesson is part of a sequence (or bundle) pertaining to Art Analysis Strategies. This one integrates Drama activities, specifically, writing a statement about a personal work of art, then having an interview (in role) about the statement and the work of art, and subsequently reversing roles with a partner.
The Statement: The student will write a concise summary in which the “artist” reflects on and/or analyses what he or she has done, in order to help the viewer understand his or her purpose, priorities, and techniques.
The Interview: This is a cooperative art-analysis strategy in which one student takes on the role of an artist and is interviewed by a student or students. The interview is used to explore ideas and to gain personal and practical information from the “artist”. Interviews help to focus on the significant information, ideas, or experiences that yield new learning, and can teach students how to probe and use follow-up questions to extend understanding.
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Art Analysis Strategies: Artist's Journal (in role)
Art Analysis Strategy:
Appropriation; Recontextualize Classic Art with Personified Objects
Art Analysis Strategy: Image Improvisations; Interpreting a Work of Art through Conventions in Drama
Art Analysis Strategy: Pop Masters; Abstracting an Old Master with Contemporary Images
Art Analysis Strategy: Step into the Picture. Turn Around.
What Do You See?
Art Analysis Strategy: Word and Image Match; Word Association in Image Interpretation
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