This school year is beginning with remote learning for all my K-5 art students. This kind of remote learning will be different than what we experienced in the spring. I designed lessons and made them available online every week for students to do asynchronously. This time around, remote learning will be synchronous. We will connect in zoom and have some time making art together and independently using Seesaw. To explain all that I envision for our art time together I made the following FUGLEVISION videos. Oh, did I forget to mention, I'm calling our art class online, FUGLEVISION. I'll you'll see why...
On the morning of Halloween, when silliness prevails, it is much easier to join the party than fight it. So we put aside our regular project and played an old game invented by the surrealist artists, The Exquisite Corpse. Sounds spooky doesn't it? We used our 12 iPads to do these collaborative monster-ish drawings over a figure template in Sketchbook express. The partner artists took turns adding to a figure by drawing with the stylus on a layer over the template. The template was erased and the drawing was then uploaded to Artsonia. We didn't have time to color, but we figured we could always print these and color by hand if we wanted. View their gallery on Artsonia here.
UPDATE: Packaged Exquisite Corpse
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