Art Education
The Peace and Love Project
23rd Aug 2016Posted in: Art Education, Blog, Uncategorized 0
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This post explores the educational and therapeutic potential of tie-dye shirt making.  

Stained Glass Project
22nd Aug 2016Posted in: Art Education, Uncategorized 0
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Students learned the methods and procedures for simulated stained glass.

Mask Making Lesson Plan
10th Aug 2016Posted in: Art Education, Uncategorized 0
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A lesson plan geared to helping child participants of the Cotes-Des-Neiges Black Association to appreciate mask making procedures and aesthetics of  African American and Japanese cultures. Mask making lesson plan

Deconstructing Advertising Media
9th Aug 2016Posted in: Art Education, Conceptual Art, Uncategorized 0
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Advertising Unit Plan

Cornelius Kriegsoff vs. Paul Kane: Who is the More Canadian Artist?
10th Mar 2016Posted in: Art Education, Blog, Uncategorized 0
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Collage Narratif_CFM
5th Jun 2013Posted in: Art Education 0
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Voici un vidéoclip du collage narratif fait avec les élèves en 2013. Les enfants sont invités à trouver des images de personnages, places et objets dans des revues. Une fois les images trouvées, ils doivent les assembler en séquence, de gauche à droite pour créer une histoire imaginaire mais cohérente. Les résultats sont souvent surprenants […]

Spiders
14th Oct 2011Posted in: Art Education 0
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These spiders were made in the spirit of halloween by children aged 5-6 years with mild intellectual defficiency. Styrofoam balls, pencils for poking holes and pipe cleaners for legs and little bits of pasta for feet. Embodying our fear of spiders, these creatures take us a long way to feeling more comfortable with “the other”. […]

The Power of Masks
4th Oct 2011Posted in: Art Education, Blog, Uncategorized 1
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  These masks speak for themselves. Made by 10-11 yr. olds with special needs.  Plaster casts of ready made faces. Acrylic paint and Psyche.      

Rorschach Production ages 5 to 12
9th May 2011Posted in: Art Education 0
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Here are some Rorschach’s. Best thing is you can’t spot the ones i did in the bunch. Every body is happy to produce these, the mystery, the reveal, the expectations and the juxtaposition of these three features make this exercise a hit everytime. No matter what age group or artistic level. It is one of […]

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