5KN students had the opportunity to present their artworks to their peers in order to practice their presentation skills. Grade 5 artists have worked hard throughout the creating process utilizing the design cycle to finalize their ideas. They chose a topic or message that was meaningful to them using a medium they were interested in to create an art piece. They have also worked on developing an artist statement that explains their work which they shared with their classmates. It was a great way to share ideas and gather inspiration from others!
After working in groups for our Installation Art unit, Grade 5 students have been busy planning and designing an individual art project based on their own interests. The theme for this unit is under Who We Are while focusing on the central idea of “creations reflect our sense of self.”
Grade 5 students chose a medium they liked to work with and a topic or theme that they were interested in creating an art work about. There are a wide range of projects being worked on from drawing and painting to clay and paper, wire and cardboard sculptures. As the students finish their projects they will begin creating artist statements while preparing how to share and present their final piece to others.
Last Friday Grade 5 students celebrated the completion of their Installation Art projects. They have worked extremely hard collaborating with others to design a space with a specific message or theme that they are passionate about.
These amazing art works will be on display until the Chinese New Year holiday, please stop by to celebrate their achievements. Excellent work Grade 5, well done!
Grade 5 students have had a great start to the year in art classes! They began by learning about Tim Kelly’s installation idea that has spread to schools around the globe connecting students and artists alike by creating meaningful artworks. Check out his websites here:
While focusing on the basic design rules of CARP, the students set off designing a puzzle piece based on personal interests or inspirations. Their final works are now on display in the hallway near BS101, so make sure to stop by and see these awesome creations!