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ART, CRAFT & DESIGN in the CLASSROOM
free programming for highschools
ART, CRAFT & DESIGN in the CLASSROOM
Are you seeking imaginat ive, fresh and intr iguing ways to inspire your s tudent s wh i le expos ing them to careers in art, craft and design? The New Brunswick College of Craft and Design (NBCCD) is of fer ing free, a l l i nc lu s ive , c reat ive ha nd s - on experiences to your students r ight in your classroom. With 8 interact ive demonst rat ions representat ive of NBCCD’s programs, Recruitment/ M a r k e t i n g C o or d i n a t o r Tr u d y Gallagher wil l make a presentation that best suits your class, curriculum or the experience you would like your students to have.
» 1 Hour long including:
» An engaging 5 minute presentation on NBCCD;
» A 5 – 10 minute Power Point on the f ield of the workshop chosen
» An interactive demonstration and discussion of career options; and
» Free: Inclusive of al l materials, tools and time
Take advantage of this program and book 3 workshops, same visit. Some schools have booked up to 6 work- shops per day and up to a two day “Art Festival” with a result ing exhibit ion for school/parents/community.
As FREE programming from the New Brunswick College of Craft
& Design EACH SESSION IS
GABE SYE | ABORIGINAL VISUAL ARTS
ABORIGINAL VISUAL ARTS Creating a wampum bracelet
Making a wampum bracelet wil l introduce students to the east coast, v isual tradit ion of story tel l ing. Wampum has been a currency, used as a g i f t ex- change, record treat ies, decisions and posit ions of honor amongst others. Tradit ional ly wampum has been made via a delicate process of carving quahog and white welk shel ls. This experience wil l include synthetic wampum, leather and sinew to create a stu- dent’s own personalized bracelet.
Learning Outcome: Students wil l be expected to be able to create a wampum bracelet and have a basic understanding of the history of wampum.
CERAMICS Decorating with Sgraffito
This decorative ceramics experience is designed for schools with an electric kiln. Students learn to glaze a t i le and then decorate with the sgraf f ito technique. The principles and elements of design are among the topics presented. The t i les remain with the teacher at their school with f ir ing instructions. The ti les can be an individual self expression or a group project; perhaps mounted for display and discussion at your school. For the latter, it is good to have a predeter- mined theme with sketches.
Learning Outcome: Students wil l be expected to be able to glaze and design a surface texture on ceramics with an understanding of the elements and principles of design.
DIGITAL MEDIA Experiencing virtual reality and digital illustrations
Digital Media covers a wide range of career options including: web-based appl icat ions, v ir tual real ity, animation, computer gaming, 3D printing, and audio and video production. Your class wil l be visited by a digital media student, accompanied by Trudy Gal- lagher, to give an excit ing presentation on NBCCD’s Dig ita l Media programs. Most excit ing is that the students wil l be able to experience a unique virtual reality!
Learning Outcome: Students w i l l be expected to be able to discuss and express the dif ferences of the many areas of the digital media industry.
FASHION – 3D DESIGN Draping the Human Body
Looking specif ically for a fashion or 3D exploration? Students are divided into groups of 3 or 4 with one student assigned to be the model, and the others, the designers. Using a lternat ive mater ia ls l ike plast ic bags, paper, and tape, students work together on a ‘ look’ using both 1 style and 1 design element picked at random from a button bag. for example, asymmet- r ic, f loral, tai lored, street fashion, movement etc... Teams present their creation through a staged catwalk for discussion and celebration.
Learning Outcome: Students wil l be expected to be able to create a specif ic fashion look and participate in a staged catwalk.
NICOLE DAIGLE | FASHION DESIGN
FOUNDATION VISUAL ARTS
ANDREW BOSTWICK | GRAPHIC DESIGN
FOUNDATION VISUAL ARTS Upcycling trash into art treasure
At NBCCD, we regularly explore design by using al- ternative materials such as cardboard, plast ic, wire, t in, scraps and even vegetable sk ins amongst many others. Amateur and professional art ists explore ex- pression through using recycled materials and trans- forming everyday objects into art, craft and design work. With a short PowerPoint inspirational presen- tation, students are introduced to these techniques for their own mixed-media explorations.
Learning Outcome: Students wil l be expected to be able to make mixed-media creat ions from recycled material and have a basic understanding of the envi- ronmental impact of recycling.
GRAPHIC DESIGN Mixed-media Self Portraits
Students will create a mixed-media self portrait using magazine clippings, construction paper and markers. Students wil l choose a theme to base their portrait on to emphasize the possibi l it ies of communication through graphic design. Typography will be explored as well as the basic elements and principles of design.
Learning outcome: Students wil l be expected to be able to create a mixed-media self portrait emphasiz- ing communication through graphic design.
JEWELLERY/METAL ARTS Texturing a Metal Dog Tag Jewel ler y has been used for centur ies as money, adornment and to show social status. Students create personalized copper pendants using hammers to ex- plore texture and stamping on metal. Students may use additional materials to add the element of colour to their creat ions. Leather cords are suppl ied so students can wear their creations immediately. The design process and use of hand tools are highlighted.
Learning Outcome: Students wil l be expected to be able to create a personalized copper pendant using hammers to texture and stamp designs on metal.
PHOTOGRAPHY Telling a Story with a Photograph
Everyone takes pictures, but NBCCD teaches the art of tak ing pictures, story tel l ing and expressing creativity through photographs. With a short Power- Point presentation, students are introduced to taking portrait pictures that go beyond ‘self ies’ or quick snap shots. Putt ing l ife into photographs, control l ing the narrative, composit ion and lighting are just some of the topics touched upon. Students form partners and use their own cell phones in this experience. Students are of fered the opportunity to share their photographs for discussion and crit ique.
Learning Outcome: Students wil l be expected to be able to take a self portrait that has good composition, l ighting and expresses their personality.
ANJA ŠUĆURA | JEWELLERY/METAL ARTS
DREW GILBERT | PHOTOGRAPHY
TEXTILES Personalized Art T-shirts
T-Shirts are the modern wardrobe staple and have become a vehicle for personal ized art statements. Students learn how to design i l lustrat ions using a Clorox bleach gel pen and vinegar on black t-shirts. An overview of the texti les industry and career pos- sibi l it ies are topics of discussion. Each part icipant can proudly wear their creation home. Venti lat ion is recommended for this activity. (windows that can open).
Learning Outcome: Students wil l be expected to be able to create an i l lustrat ion on a t-shir t that is a personalized art statement.
Applicable Courses & Learning Outcomes CERAMICS 3D Design Entrepreneurship Fine Art Trades
ABORIGINAL VISUAL ARTS Indigenous Studies Design History Entrepreneurship Visual Arts Social Studies Trades
JEWELLERY/METAL ARTS 3D Design Technology Entrepreneurship Visual Arts Trades
FOUNDATION VISUAL ARTS Design Fundamentals Environmental Science Upcycling
PHOTO Journalism English Non-Verbal Communications Media Studies Entrepreneurship Social Studies Technology Trades
FASHION DESIGN 3D Design Technology Entrepreneurship Self Identity Visual Arts Social Studies Theatre Arts Trades
TEXTILE DESIGN 3D Design Technology Design Social Studies Entrepreneurship Visual Arts Trades