"Selfies" Dramatic Use of Light- Native American Art and Literature

"Selfies" Dramatic Use of Light- Native American Art and Literature
"Selfies" Dramatic Use of Light- Native American Art and Literature
"Selfies" Dramatic Use of Light- Native American Art and Literature
"Selfies" Dramatic Use of Light- Native American Art and Literature
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Selfies!!! This lesson uses a Native American story to launch into the exploration of how artists use light to communicate intense emotion. In this lesson you will learn about the friendship between Choctaw people and the African slaves who lived on the other side of the Box Chitto river. Students will analyze the use of dramatic light in the legend and explore how Caravaggio used dramatic light in the 1500's! A fun lesson that combines Native American and African American history with classical art and modern technology!
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