Google Art Project
Primary 3b made their own self portraits in the style of Andy Warhol http://www.googleartproject.com/en-gb/education/ The Google Art Project allows you to look at great art works in detail from museums all over the word. Select a museum from the homepage and then either choose ‘Explore the museum’ or ‘View Artwork’. Once you are in the main site use the drop-down menus or the side info bar to navigate between artworks and museums. You can also share your own collections online.
Sobowtór ma swoją wartość - BLOG Grzegorza Kempinsky'ego
Sobowtór ma swoją wartość - każdy człowiek, nawet bezduszny sobowtór w jakimś matrixsie ma swoją wartość, albowiem nawet on czuje się wyjątkowy.
Andy Warhol Month
I love seeing what the students come up with in art class. Their creativity and talent makes me smile. We studied Andy Warhol this month and the kids created all sorts of cool stuff. The self-portraits they did which were inspired by Andy Warhol's Marilyn Monroe turned out absolutely amazing. I'm so proud of them all. I'm having them made into neck ties for them. The students are suppose to give them to their dads for Father's Day gifts, but once they saw how cool they were gonna be, they…
Andy Warhol for Elementary
Teach Pop Art to your elementary students with this Andy Warhol lesson. This presentation includes a colorful PowerPoint with images by Andy Warhol. The scripted Andy Warhol PowerPoint is designed to be easily understood by your younger artist. After learning about Andy Warhol, your K-2 students wil...
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By the 1970s, Andy Warhol was known as much as a professional partier as he was as an artist. He schmoozed with glitterati under twinkling disco lights and funded his acquisitive passions by churning out glam portraits. He co-founded the magazine Interview to launch aspiring A-listers on their 15 minutes while he basked in his own more durable fame.