Art History-Research Poster
Art History is the foundation to many of my lesson. Art History can sometimes be challenging to make exciting to the teenage mind, but this lesson makes art history fun!
How can you teach Art History and specific periods in a fun and creative period? Try this project:Art History-Art Period Research Poster.
For this project, students will research, design, and create a research poster about period in art history that gives the viewer a snapshot of the style, time, artists, and artistic achievements of a selected art period. The poster should reflect elements of the art period style and important works and artists. Using the library and internet, students will research a selected art period, gather key points about the artist, and use their creativity to design a poster to present their findings in a fun and creative way.
5. Explicit Directions
6. Worksheets for student that are printable
Explore art history and art periods with this project!
Useful for :
1. Visual Arts Class- Use it as a fun tool for art history instruction
2. Art History- Take a Break from research papers and be creative
3. History Class- Use art to teach about the time period and culture
4. Foreign language- Use Art to teach about culture. Have students complete it in another language!
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Artist Research Poster Project
This is a great artist research project for Middle and High School art classes or language or history classes focusing on artistic achievement of great artists.
Artist Research for Middle and High School art students can be fun and creative!
For this project, middle and High school students will research, design, and create an artist research poster project about an artist that gives the viewer a snapshot of the art and life of the selected artist. The poster should reflect elements of the artist’s style and work. Using the library and internet, students will research a selected artist, gather key points about the artist, and use their creativity to design a poster to present their findings in a fun and creative way.
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