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NAEA: Partners in Curriculum
Transcript of NAEA: Partners in Curriculum
1. Using artwork as a cultural connection to increase the depth of understanding in a song or piece of music.
2. Visual representation of concept. How is this artwork like what we are talking about in music?
3. Connecting similar vocabulary. A composer might create texture in his music by adding layers of sound the way an artist uses it in his painting by adding layers of lines, paint, or color.
4. Creating rhythmic or melodic patterns to represent a specific part of a piece of art. How could we make our music like a painting?
1. Playing music in the classroom to connect to a time period or thematic unit of study.
2. Connecting similar vocabulary.
An artist might add pattern in their work by repeating shapes, lines, or color the way a musician might add pattern by repeating musical elements like melodies, phrases or instruments.
3.Connecting concepts in art and music with thematic projects.
4. Creating artistic interpretations of specific musical pieces.
What types of colors, shapes, materials, objects, or other elements of art would help to represent the music.
Presenters: Holly Bess Kincaid, Art & Mark Parker, Music
GW Robinson Elementary School
Clear Creek ISD, Seabrook, Texas
Keys to Collaboration
Dial up some connections...
Collaborative Project Examples:
1st - Carnival of the Animals
2nd - Monsters
3rd - Simple Machines
4th - Medieval Times
5th - Pictures at an Exhibition
Music can serve as an
element of inspiration
in art creation!
in art and music
helps to make
concrete connections in both subjects areas.
Both classes are working on
a finished product!
Out of the fog of possible
connections can come
amazing EYE openers!
Texture -layers of sound
Form -how the music is put together
Rhythm -long/short patterns
Form or Composition
Rhythm - patterns/repetition
Playing music in art to relate to theme, time period
Connecting terms and building understanding
Understanding the world events that created art/music
Creating art/music as reponse and expression
Graphing our emotional responses
to music and art
"Lend your ears to music, open your eyes
to painting, and… stop thinking!
Just ask yourself whether the work has enabled you to 'walk about' into a hitherto unknown world. If the answer is yes,
what more do you want?"