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Recreate a Work of Art

Ages 10-18+
Published by Mme Gaudet  •  Posted 481 days ago
Students will recreate an assigned painting. They have the choice to either create it as viewed from above, from the side, or to create a "walkthorugh" of the painting.
Arts > Visual Arts - Recreate Paintings
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World Details and Requirements
Created by: Mme Gaudet, Mister A
World version: 1.0
Supported MinecraftEdu Versions: 1.7.10
Tags: Team Work, painting, visual arts, artists

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  • dynmap

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Description

Students will recreate an assigned painting. They have the choice to either create it as viewed from above, from the side, or to create a "walkthorugh" of the painting. 

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR STUDENTS (on information blocks in-world)

Do a Google search for the title of your assigned painting.

Create your painting in this area. You can either :

- create something that looks like your painting from above

- create something that looks like your painting from the side

- create a scene that people can walk through that looks like your painting

Standards

Visual Arts 8

Students will be expected to:
8.1.3 explore a variety of image development techniques (e.g. distortion, metamorphosis, fragmentation)
8.2.5 work interactively, cooperatively and collaboratively
8.4.4 identify and describe characteristics of artwork from different cultures and periods in history
8.5.1 draw upon other arts disciplines as a resource in the creation of their own artworks
8.7.3 explore the sensory qualities, their meaning and messages conveyed through the use of various media and technologies

Comments

Comments

I absolutely love this idea! Thank you so much can't wait to try it with my kids, and myself!

Thanks, Shay :-) They had a lot of fun, and learned a lot! The conversations I overheard that showed that they were deeply studying their chosen work of art were inspiring :-)

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