Installations by Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto. Strolling through breezy/delicate/gauzy tent worlds, exploring plushy pink organic rooms, or lying around in a giant, pink, shape-forming cushion of relaxation. Ahhh… Those awesome droplet like hanging pieces are actually filled with spices, so the whole exhibition room smells amazing! LOVE IT! .
Chagall Art Projects for Kids: The colorful, imaginary world of Marc Chagall is explored through his fascinating paintings. The students explored patterns and color theory in this lesson. Our young artists use oil pastels to create enchanted villages in the Chagall style.
The Story of Kid World Citizen: Meet my Multicultural Family
"My goal with this web site is to share the global activities that I have used in my classroom and with my 4 children. You will find games, international celebrations, recipes that please even the most discerning tummies, cultural art projects, endless reviews on children’s literature related to world cultures, and other activities that help enrich little minds."
June 19, 2017 “Now the God of hope fill you w/all joy & peace in believing, that ye may abound in hope, through the power of the Holy Ghost” (Romans 15:13). The Holy Spirit gives us hope, something not found in the world. When we believe in what Christ did for us & refuse to let anything take away that hope, we find joy & peace, two more spiritual gifts not found in the world.
Exploring Narrative in Art: Tips for Teaching Art Appreciation Through Story
Daily journal pages by Brittney Zeller-Holland from Two If By Sea Studios; she also has a Tumblr account where she frequently posts her sketchbook work: http://twoifbyseastudios.tumblr.com/ #art_journal
This media-rich site from the University of Texas at Austin presents a thematic overview of 1920s America that considers the social shifts that took place after World War I. It focuses on changing perspectives toward labor, capitalism, women, and immigration as well as on the American reaction to and embrace of the modern.
Only in @visitmelbourne will you find a scene like this! #Melbourne is known as one of the world's greatest street art capitals - all over the city you'll find kaleidoscopic splashes of colour. Some of the popular spots to find street art include Hosier Lane (pictured) Union Lane and 21 Degraves Street - or you can take a guided tour with @blenderstudios. And in case you were wondering the @cityofmelbourne has made street art completely legal on designated public spaces in the spirit of…
Ajna 6° Chakra, la glándula Pineal o Tercer Ojo, su conexión al mundo espiritual. Meditando enfoca su Tercer Ojo, cierra sus ojos físicos y se imagina su Tercer Ojo abierto. El concentrado sobre el tercer ojo chakra, sienta el disco de energía que hace girar en el sentido de las agujas del reloj, relájese a la frecuencia más baja posible, sienta que la energía pulsa por su cuerpo.
Hokusai Art Projects for Kids: Katsushika Hokusai was a Japanese master artist who introduces our students to Asian art through his beautiful landscapes and the famous “Great Wave.” Many of the master artists the children learn about were greatly influenced by Asian art. The importance of Asian art with its unique style is investigated with artwork from both East and West. The children explore this artist by painting a bamboo composition on white paper with black tempera ink.
Photographer Peter Lippmann has been traveling the countryside, seeking out vintage abandoned automobiles and creating some haunting, yet stunningly beautiful images. In each photograph the cars, forgotten and parked for years, are overtaken by the surrounding foliage: trees poke through fenders, leaves emerge from old chrome grills and vines make a home out of the machines interior.
Seurat Art Projects for Kids: The students discover the style of pointillism through the work of French artist, Georges Seurat. They will create their own “pointillism” masterpieces while learning and applying color theory.