The Artist in the Landscape (elementary)Last changed: 05/29/2019 9:25am
|4 , 5|
|Visual Art||Social Studies|
|Grade Level Program||Alignment|
|Combo Offsite Tour & Offsite Workshop|
|All year (maximum 125 students per visit). The NBMAA is proud to offer busing reimbursement in the 2019-20 calendar year. Spaces are limited and available on a first come first served basis.|
|no||Email , In-Person , Phone|
|Paper, watercolor pencils, paintbrushes, etc.|
|N/A||NBMAA gallery and studio spaces|
-I can look at art in different ways and cooperatively share my interpretations with my classmates.
-I can distinguish between background, middleground and foreground of a composition.
-I can understand how artworks can illustrate the relationship between people and the environment.
-I can apply my understanding of artistic techniques and to create the illusion of space within a painting.
Looking and responding with critical thinking to the plethora of landscape paintings from the NBMAA’s permanent collection, students will discover and analyze a variety of techniques that artists use to create the illusion of space. Students will discuss and analyze the relationship of people and the environment over time, using the paintings as their primary source documents. Students will then apply those methods to create a landscape drawing utilizing important elements of design to structure their composition, and add watercolor to explore texture, depth, and mark making skills. An optional message can be written on the back of the student’s postcard-sized landscape paintings using descriptive writing full of sensory details about the landscape depicted.
|Maximum 125 students per visit|
Parents and teachers are invited and encouraged to participate as chaperones during school visits! We require at least one chaperone per 10 students, but more are always appreciated and welcomed!
|Grade 4: Geography: Geographic Representations: Spatial Views of the World: 4.2: Use maps, satellite images, and other representations to explain relationships between the locations of places and their environmental characteristics.|
|Grade 4: Geography: Human-Environment Interaction: Places, Regions, Culture: 4.4: Explain how the cultural and environmental characteristics of places change over time.|
|Grade 4: Visual Arts: Creating: Anchor Standard 2: Organize and develop artistic ideas and work. Document, describe, and represent regional constructed environments.|
|Grade 4: Visual Arts: Responding: Anchor Standard 7: Perceive and analyze artistic work. Analyze components in visual imagery that convey messages.|
|Grade 5: Geography: Geographic Representations: Spatial Views of the World: 5.1: Use maps, satellite images, photographs, and other representations to explain relationships between the locations of places and regions and their environmental characteristics.|
|Grade 5: Geography: Human Population: Spatial Patterns and Movement: 5.3: Explain how human settlements and movements relate to the locations and use of various natural resources.|
|Grade 5: Visual Arts: Creating: Anchor Standard 2: Identify, describe, and visually document places and/or objects of personal significance.|
|Grade 5: Visual Arts: Responding: Anchor Standard 7: Identify and analyze cultural associations suggested by visual imagery.|