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Using Digital Technology in Art in Primary School
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What We Like About This Resource… ‘This resource really demonstrates how art can successfully bring awareness to important humanitarian issues, promote inclusivity and can give a platform to those who otherwise wouldn’t be heard. The links between text, photos and drawings are really strong and demonstrate the creative process used by Olivier from start to […]
What We Love About This Resource… So often, we hear talk of the distinction between science and art, and no more so when teenagers proceed through their education and they are encouraged to choose one route or another. In reality, creative thinking helps scientific understanding and a scientific approach can inform and inspire art. It’s […]
What We Like About This Resource…. “This activity walks through a number of different processes and taps into multiple skills.This provides a rich exploratory project for children to fully immerse themselves in. Cezanne was the focus artist for this project, but other contemporary still life painters could be used as starter inspiration. We actually advocate […]
What We Like About This Resource…. “We really enjoyed reading about the process of creating art work according to a design brief and how the experience of this differs to when an artist begins with their own idea or concept. That’s not to say an artist can’t approach a brief with their own individual style […]
What We Like About This Resource “It’s really interesting to see the combination of hand and digital work in Rachel’s work, and particularly how her hand stitched embroidery is scanned before being used to create patterned products. We love that lots of Rachel’s work begins in sketchbooks and how this really underpins her creative process. […]
What We Like About This Resource…. “It’s a really positive thing for an artist to share the concept of the creative journey. At AccessArt we believe journeys are pretty important and we are pleased to show this in action through Toby Pritchard’s post. We particularly like the anthropomorphic element, and how this really brings life […]
What We Like About This Resource… “This resource shows pupils how the experience, background and passions of an illustrator all feed into his or her work. We like the way Natsko shares how her experience over time informs her work. For example, her background as a “visitor” or person living in cultures which she isn’t […]
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AccessArt Young Artist Alex Tunstall shares his passion for composing digital music.
Using image frames from video to create quirky animations of hands moving!
Meet Bob! A cloth character with a bendy wire armature to animate in front of a green screen.
Animating text and images using magnets and whiteboard, combined with stop motion footage of drama sessions.
This resource shares two accessible and fun ways of animating with a green screen, filming people and using props. Both methods use minimal minimal equipment.