8 to 10 November 2019
8 to 10 November 2019
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5 Works in 5 Weeks25 February 2017
A new resource by colleague Rachel Swinburne in BermudaRachel describes her experience with setting goals for stepping up the production in the art studio! If you are familiar with how slow your students... more
Hands on History 13 February 2017
Throughout this site there are numerous lesson plans and teaching ideas that teach awareness and understanding of history through a studio project or an investigation. Follow the links below... more
The Role of Culture 13 February 2017
Understanding and appreciating culture is part of the underlying philosophy throughout all subject areas in the IB. Being able to look at art with an awareness of cultural context is an essential part... more
Resolved Work15 January 2017
What is meant by "resolved work"?Resolved is the new way of saying completed, but with a different emphasis. Resolved doesn't just mean finished, but signifies work that has been successfully developed... more
Holistic Marking Rubricfree13 December 2016
This page is in response to requests from teachers for a rubric for marking students during the early part of the course before the achievement outcomes are reached. This flexible rubric doesn't rely... more
Marina Abramovic's Advice for Artists3 December 2016
Yugoslavian born performance artist Marina Abramovic, sometimes described as "the grandmother of performance art", has her own advice for artists that includes spending time near exploding volcanoes,... more
Vasari's Five Criteria18 November 2016
Use this page for a TOK/Art discussion and journal reflection on how the criteria we use to judge an art work vary over time and across culturesGiorgio Vasari (1511-1574) was an Italian painter, architect,... more
How to Work Better8 November 2016
Ryan Gander takes a look at Fischli and Weiss's How to Work Better: This list of motivational phrases was a piece of found text that the artist duo Peter Fischli and David Weiss elevated to manifesto... more