MAKE HISTORY-ART WORLD RECORD!!

21st May, 4- 4.30 PM 

Learn to draw with World Book Day author and illustrator, Rob Biddulph, break the Guinness World Records title for largest online art lesson ever and raise money to fight COVID-19!

Enter your email to register to make sure you count and join the world’s largest ever online art lesson at:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSUN5vR4QZY. 

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https://www.artworldrecords.com/

P3 Home Learning Grid for week beginning 19 May

Hello Primary 3! We hope you have enjoyed the long weekend and are ready for some new activities. We have been impressed by what we have seen on Learning Journals and hope that you will keep posting pictures of yourselves and your work on there. Seeing so many of you looking sharp in uniform last week was lovely too. Keep up all the good stuff!

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Art Activities 19/5/20-24/5/20

This week’s artwork is…

Richard Long

River Avon Mud Fingerprints Spiral

This week’s activities revolve around the natural world. They’re inspired by the artist Richard Long, who often uses nature as the subject AND as the material when he makes art. His fascinating creations take on many different forms, including photographs, maps, pieces of writing, sculptures, walks, and mud-patterns such as the one pictured here.

The activities below include mud painting,  spiral finding, map drawing, and bangle making. They bring with them the health benefits that come from both engaging with nature and being creative! #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek


Use this link below to access the art lessons- enjoy!

https://www.nationalgalleries.org/art-and-artists/features/home-where-art-creative-curriculum-kids

Art Activities

Yinka Shonibare

Sun, Sea and Sand

This week, inspired by this artwork by Yinka Shonibare, we’re looking at how objects can tell stories, have conversations, and even create portraits!

Yinka Shonibare is a ‘conceptual’ artist. He begins with a concept or an idea, then he looks for objects and images that help to communicate, and to get others thinking about, that idea. He uses lots of different materials like wax fabrics, photography and sculpture to explore the things that he’s most interested in; ideas around cultural identity and race.

In some of the activities below, we want you to see what objects you can find around the house with which to communicate your own ideas or stories…

https://www.nationalgalleries.org/art-and-artists/features/home-where-art-creative-curriculum-kids

Please post any images or chat about your work if you can , on your class pages when possible. most importantly, enjoy and I look forward to hearing from you!