Art Y8

Overall Curriculum Goals

1.     Graffiti Skateboard using coloured pencil crayon – inspired by Rochdale/Manchester Street art – artist Banksy for reference.

2.     Street art inspired graffiti wall – coloured pencil crayon – inspired by artist Jon Burgerman

3.     2D relief cardboard heads – inspired by artist Eduardo Paolozzi and his mechanical sculptures

4.     Day of the Dead polystyrene printing – inspired by Thanyeea McArdle 

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3


Topic Title: 

GRAFFITI AND STREET ART

Topic Title: 

MECHANICAL ART

Topic Title: 

DAY OF THE DEAD

Topic Intent:

To identify street art and graffiti and how it is different.

To investigate 2 separate artist who are drastically different in technique and outcome.

Proportional drawing

Gradient coloured pencil crayon application

How to add depth in drawing using black pencil crayon

Topic Intent: 

To identify the mechanical artwork of artist Eduardo Paolozzi.

To design a mechanical side profile using circuit boards for inspiration.

To identify the correct way to apply gradient colour shading.

To manipulate corrugated cardboard to create a 2D relief acrylic painted mechanical head.

Topic Intent:

To identify the festival of Day of the Dead.

To identify the artwork of Thaneeya McArdle

To create a 2 or even 3 layered polystyrene printed ink outcome.

To design an outcome before printing

Key Content / Skills:  

  • Coloured pencil shading.
  • Observational drawing.
  • Drawing to scale.
  • Adding depth when shading using black pencil crayon.

Key Content / Skills:  

  • Observational drawing.
  • Pencil control when shading in colour.
  • Construction using cardboard.
  • Application of acrylic paint.
  • Using pen to add fine detail work on top of acrylic paint.

Key Content / Skills:  

  • Observational drawing.
  • Engraving into polystyrene.
  • Watercolour paint application.
  • Working into watercolour using coloured pencil crayons.

Assessment:

Students are marked out of 40 for their initial design and then for their final outcome. Total out of 80.

Assessment:

Students are marked out of 40 for their initial design and then for their final outcome. Total out of 80.

Assessment:

Students are marked out of 40 for their initial design and then for their final outcome. Total out of 80.

Home Learning:

To create a 3d everyday object – taking inspiration from artist Claes Oldenburg

Home Learning:

To create a tin can robot using found objects.

Home Learning:

Drinks can design inspired by Day of the Dead patterns – links to lesson SOL. Students will be provided with a drinks can template on white cartridge paper.  
Students will take inspiration from MONSTER energy drink and their Day of the Dead monster drinks.  

Employability, Professionalism and Enterprise  (EPE) Links

Link to self-employed artist and crafts people who are currently working in the UK now. Students will identify the street art that has been created in Rochdale and Manchester City Centre.

Employability, Professionalism and Enterprise  (EPE) Links

Students are able to look at the work that Paolozzi has created for the London underground and how his work is always featured in London near tube stations. Students are able to look at how much his works cost and the different materials he uses. This again links to work self-employed or how students can work for companies as designers.

Employability, Professionalism and Enterprise  (EPE) Links

Students will look at the festival of Day of the Dead and how other countries celebrate their traditions. Students will identify how commercialised festivals can be and how advertising links to this.

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