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Aboriginal Art

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Transcript of Aboriginal Art

Australia
Aboriginal art
Why do you think this style
of painting is called x-ray art?
Lesson Objective
When people think of Aboriginal art they just
think about dot paintings, but there is a lot
more to this ancient art form.
We are learning...
About the art styles found in Aboriginal Art.
To use dot painting techniques

We are looking for you to...
Listen to the presentation and answer questions
To draw around your hand carefully
To add dots to the hand creating an aboriginal pattern.
Rock art often shows what daily
life was like for aboriginal people.Hunting a kangaroo.
Aboriginal artwork includes works in a wide range of media including painting on leaves, wood carving, rock carving, sculpture, ceremonial clothing and sandpainting
Dot Painting

Dot painting consists of various paint colors like yellow (the sun), brown (the soil), red (desert sand) and white (the clouds and sky). Dot paintings can be painted on anything though in aboriginal times they used to paint dot pictures on rocks, caves etc. Mostly indigenous Australians painted nature like animals or lakes and of course the dream time. They used to paint stories and legends on caves and rocks to represent their religion.
Rock Painting
Aboriginal rock art has been around for a long period of time, with the oldest examples, in Western Australia's Pilbara region, and the Olary district of South Australia, estimated to be up to around 40,000 years old.
Rock art gives us descriptive information about social activities, material culture, economy, environmental change, myth and religion. This is an Aboriginal way of showing recognition and wisdom-to be open to the environment.
Aerial Landscapes
From ancient times, Australian aboriginal culture also produced a genre of aerial landscape art, often titled simply "country". It is a kind of maplike, bird's-eye view of the desert landscape, and it is often meant to tell a traditional Dreaming story.
We are learning to...
We are looking for you to...
1 lesson
To learn about the art styles found in
Aboriginal Art.
To develop research skills.
To be experimental and imaginative.
To complete the writing activities from last week.
To draw an aboriginal animal using colouring pencils.
We are learning...
We are looking for you to...
1 lesson
About the art styles found in Aboriginal Art.
To develop research skills.
To be experimental and imaginative.
To cut your animal drawing and create a positive and negative template for use with the stenciling process.
Use the positive stencil shape to create rubbings
To print a negative and positive stencil.
To embellish your work with paint and oil pastels.
We are learning to...
We are looking for you to...
1 lesson
To learn about the art styles found in Aboriginal Art.
To develop research skills.
To be experimental and imaginative.
Experiment with the stencilling process using sponges and colour. Dots and lines can be added to the work to push the process further
We are learning to...
We are looking for you to...
3 lesson

To explore aboriginal design in a variety of different media and techniques.
To be experimental and imaginative.
To create a final piece that has the adapted Sittingbourne landscape as the oil pastel background with animal and hand stencils, dots, lines and symbols.
Symbols and words could be incorporated into a border design.
To create a sand-painting digaridoo
To create a wax resist on brown paper
Evaluation for work
You have looked at a culture

You should remind yourself of what the artwork looks like before you compare the work to you own
What should you change if you were to do the project again?

You must..
apply the dots carefully using the three dot rule!
Adapt the landscape to show Aboriginal inspiration.
You should...
think about the colours you are using. Try and restrict yourself to around 4.
Use blending of oil pastels where possible.
You could ..
I
nclude Aboriginal symbols around the hand to tell a story.
Combine two landscapes together and add a symbol to show a destination.
We are learning.....
We are looking for you to...
1 lesson
about the art styles found in Aboriginal Art.
To be experimental and imaginative.
To create dotty hand artwork using paint.
To consider where you place your dots and how the colours will work together.
To add symbols from your story and embellish around the edge of the symbols.
To draw an adapted Sittingbourne landscape in Oil Pastel.
Consider inspiration from Aboriginal resources with the colour schemes and pattern.
To draw your animal showing good understanding of shape.
Success
Criteria
Dot painting apparently originated because
Aboriginal people may of tried to disguise
their paintings using the dot.
Keywords
Embellish
Symbols
Aerial Landscape
Dot painting.
You must..
Apply the ink carefully. Considering a neat application of ink onto the stencil.
Apply dots and oil pastel to embellish your work
You should...
Blend two different inks together to create different tones.
Use a limited colour palelle with dots and oil pastels.

You could ..
Use the positive and nagative stencil together to create two different prints.
Include bone structures to show x-ray art in your animals.

Success Criteria
We are looking for you...
You must..
Use the skills you have developed in previous lessons.
You should..
Consider the colours you have used and try and limit the amount of colours you are using.
You could ...
Show a blend of tone in the backgound.
Include Aboriginal words
Use black and white dots to outline areas.

We are learning...
To develop your Aboriginal ceramic work
Apply dots and embellishing the ceramic tile
To paint your tile Blue Acrylic
To apply shimmer if desired
To embellish your work with Dots.

Aboriginal words
Dreamtime
Arinya- Kangaroo
Baarlijan - Platypus
Bathalook- Goanna
Yaba - Carpet snake

We are learning to...
Use ceramic skills when making a clay aboriginal plaque.
To understand heath and safety when using clay.
We are looking for you to...
To cut a background shape (circle/square/rectangle)
To choose a template to draw around and include an additional shape. Remember to score & slip.
To add detail to your plaque using the tools
To smooth your tile carefully before finishing and including holes and your name/class.
Health & Safety
Clay dust can be dangerous clean your tools and area
Knifes are sharp - carefully carry them around.
Ceramic
Modelling
Score & Slip
Wire-loop Tool
Slab of clay
Modelling tools
Ceramic
Kiln
You
must
cut your clay carefully and include design with the tools
You
should
consider Aboriginal pattern with the tools
You
could
include more than 2 shapes and consider words.
We are learning to...
To use ceramic techniques understanding health and safety rules to make a ceramic fish
To write about aborigial artwork.
We are looking for you to...
To draw your fish onto paper
To cut the fish out and place on the slab of clay that has been rolled.
To indent around the edge and the detail with a scratchy stick.
To cut the fish out carefully.
To imprint design and add 3d using score and slip


Health & Safety
Clay dust can be dangerous clean your tools and area
Knifes are sharp - carefully carry them around.
Score & Slip
Wire-loop Tool
Slab of clay
You must..
Smooth your clay to ensure you have s neat finish
You should.
Add 3D elements and indent to create pattern on the fish.
You could ..
curve your fish and include a hole for hanging.
What is interesting about the artwork?

What can you see?

What do you like about the artwork?

What patterns and shapes do you see?

What colours are used?

What words can you use to describe the work?
ABORIGINAL WRITING
We are looking for you...
Success Criteria
To explore Aboriginal art styles
To generate an independent final outcomes showing understanding of a variety of different experiments.
We are learning...
To ensure your landscape drawing is complete, with simplified lines.
Draw your new version of your background on spare paper & Attach to your sketchbook -

Shows you can adapt your work to show development.
To enlarge onto your chosen paper.
To

paint
using the light tones first then blending the darker colours
To
blend
using the dry-brush technique where possible.
To
outline
your work if desired.
To
evaluate

your progress throughout the lesson.
You must..
Finish your Aboriginal artwork off well, considering the smaller details which will help it become an original.
You should
Create an original response which is inspire by your own work and also the culture.
You could
Include a black border to finish the work off.

HAVE I?
Assessment Criteria
You need to..
Success Criteria
You must..
Apply paint tonally using the pearl paints
You should..
Consider which colours you are using..
You could ...
Apply some other colours to the tips of your fins.

To paint our ceramic fish using the pearl paints
To peer evaluate the fish with a partner
To draw an aboriginal animal and apply colour
To paint your fish with white paint
To apply the pearl paints carefully consider using either warm or cool colours.
To allow to dry on your table
To peer assess your partners work by using the sheet.
To start on your Aboriginal animal include pencil tone.

Assessment criteria WWW/EBI
Have I Accurately drawn the animal?
Have I apply colouring pencil well?
Does my animal show aboriginal pattern?
We are learning to...
We are learning...
To explore Aboriginal art styles
To generate an independent final outcomes showing understanding of a variety of different experiments.
We are looking for you...
To finish embellishing your artwork with dots and oil pastel to make an original outcome.
To create an Aboriginal story on the brown tag attached to your work.
To add bone structure to your animals where possible.
To draw a boomerang to add to your artwork.
To evaluate your Aboriginal project and read my feedback based on your progress.
Aboriginal words
Dreamtime
Arinya- Kangaroo
Baarlijan - Platypus
Bathalook- Goanna
Yaba - Carpet snake
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