Calling Calder: Making Art That Moves (Mobiles) - PowerPoint

Calling Calder: Making Art That Moves (Mobiles) - PowerPoint
Calling Calder: Making Art That Moves (Mobiles) - PowerPoint
Calling Calder: Making Art That Moves (Mobiles) - PowerPoint
Calling Calder: Making Art That Moves (Mobiles) - PowerPoint
Calling Calder: Making Art That Moves (Mobiles) - PowerPoint
Calling Calder: Making Art That Moves (Mobiles) - PowerPoint
Calling Calder: Making Art That Moves (Mobiles) - PowerPoint
Calling Calder: Making Art That Moves (Mobiles) - PowerPoint
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This lesson introduces students to kinetic energy (the energy of motion), both as science and as art. It also provides a short art history lesson on artist Alexander Calder, who was well known for his sculptures and mobiles). The project is designed for three 45-minutes class sessions and involves designing and painting a top piece from which to hang the moving parts and drawing and painting a large fish, which is cut into several pieces and attached to the top so that they hang and rotate freely. This project works well with homeschoolers too, teaching science through art.
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25 pages
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Teaching Duration
3 days
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