This lesson is suitable for students in : Secondary 3
Artwork title: Soaring…?
Name of artist: Lee Soo Cheng (Candy)
|Possible Guiding Questions for discussing art||Possible lesson ideas for making art|
1. What do you see in the sculpture?
2. Describe the lines, colours and textures.
3. How are the textures created?
4. What do the lines and texture remind you of?
5. How do you think the sculpture is made? How are the parts joined together?
6. How does the space where the work is displayed contribute to the meaning of the sculpture?
7. If you could install the sculpture in your school, where would you install it? Why?
8. If the sculpture was made bigger or smaller, what would be the impact?
9. How else can we convey a similar artistic intent in another medium? What made you say that?
An art exhibition may be organized to showcase students’ works.
Students can also share the making of ceramic pots with the rest of the school.
1) Jessie Lim: http://www.jessielim.com/#!orbs-and-spires/cmiz
2) Jason Lim: http://jasonlim4.wix.com/wwwwixcomjasonlim#!ceramics
3) Steven Low: http://jccbindonesia.org/programs/residency-programs/post-residency-steven-low-at-tanteri-ceramic/
4) Susan Beiner: http://susanbeinerceramics.com/cgi-bin/portfolio.cgi
|Sketchbooks, plasticine, Powerpoint slides, clay, glazes, ceramic tools.|
|The lessons are conducted in a studio format. Sufficient time must be provided for students to develop their ideas. Possible challenges include:
1) Students may not develop their ideas at the same pace.
2) Students may have problems handling plasticine and clay.
3) Not all students may finish their works at the same time for bisque firing. Time management could be an issue.
4) Students may not be able to join parts of their sculptures properly.
Lessons should be paced between 4 to 8 lessons depending on the number of students and their capabilities.