Movement Mondays

Movement Mondays: Complementary Color Scavenger Hunt

Español abajo Explore your house to collect objects to make artwork that uses complementary colors. Complementary colors get their name because they complement each other. Using complementary colors in your artwork naturally makes it more pleasing to look at. Instructions Step 1: What is your favorite color? Look up your favorite color on the color…

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Movement Mondays: Portrait Photography

Español abajo Take portraits of your loved ones! Trenity Thomas is a self-taught photographer who has also experimented with painting and sketching since grade school. As a photographer, he has worked in a myriad of genres including fashion, lifestyle, editorial, conceptual, sports, portraiture, and nightlife photography.  As a photographer, Trenity uses his camera to capture…

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Movement Mondays: Louisiana Coastline Assemblage for Indigenous Peoples’ Day

New Orleans is referred to as Bulbancha by the Choctaw meaning “the place of many languages” or “the place of many tongues”. The city occupies the territory and traditional homelands of the Chahta Yakni (Choctaw) and Chitimacha.* Español abajo Recreate the Louisiana coastline with elements of nature!  For seven years, the artist Kael Alford photographed two…

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Movement Mondays: Exploring Pattern and Repetition

Español abajo Explore your house to collect objects to make artwork that incorporates pattern and repetition. Supplies Found Objects, Paper Instructions   Step 1: Artists often utilize pattern or repetition to create rhythm in their artwork.  Step 2: Explore your house. Look for materials that you can use to create your artwork. Look for materials…

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Movement Mondays: Cubist Art Scavenger Hunt

Español abajo Explore your house to collect materials to create cubist art. Supplies Found Objects, Paper Instructions   Step 1: Cubism in art expresses something that is based in reality while using geometric shapes to illustrate it. What is your favorite shape? Step 2: Explore your house. Look for materials that you can use to…

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Movement Mondays: Surrealist Art Scavenger Hunt

Español abajo Explore your house to collect materials to create a surrealist artwork. Supplies Found Objects, Paper Instructions   Step 1: Surrealism in art expresses something that is based in reality but has elements of fantasy. What do you want the subject of your artwork to be? Step 2: Explore your house. Look for materials…

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