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Title: GRAFFITI or ART A visit with Artist Keith Haring


1
GRAFFITI or ART? A visit with Artist Keith Haring
  • Pauline Sawai
  • ETEC 442
  • November 21, 2002

2
Learner audience
  • Intermediate and High school students
  • Beginning Art students
  • Kahuku High and Intermediate School

3
Instructional Objectives
  • Using AppleWorks software, students will create
    their own computer paintings in the style of
    Keith Haring.
  • Using a word processing program, students will
    write a reflection on the process and product
    from this lesson.
  • In the library, students will exhibit their work
    for public display.
  • In their electronic portfolios, students will
    keep a copy of their work and reflection.

4
Visual Art Content Standards
  • Standard 1 - Apply appropriate materials,
    techniques, and processes with sufficient skill,
    confidence, and sensitivity to visually convey
    intentions.
  • Standard 2 Students exhibit visual
    understanding in their evaluation and use of
    visual themes, symbols, and metaphors.
  • Standard 4 Students understand the role the
    visual arts play in the lives of people in past
    and present cultures.
  • Standard 5 Students reflect upon the meaning,
    nature, and value of ones own works and the
    works of others through description, analysis,
    interpretation, and judgment.

5
Education Technology Standards
  • Technology as a Tool for Productivity Students
    use technology tools to enhance learning,
    increase productivity, and promote creativity.
  • Technology as a Tool for Communications
  • Students use technology to communicate, to
    collaborate, publish and interact with peers,
    experts, and other audiences.

6
Lesson Introduction
  • Using projector and laptop, present Haring Kids
    Web site to students. Read through the biography
    and his philosophy of art.
  • Have a graphic handout available of various
    coloring book drawings of Harings for students
    to write a one page reflection on the computer,
    on the style of drawing and elements included in
    them.
  • Students will choose their favorite drawing and
    include it with their essay. Extra credit
    option Color the drawing for more points.

7
Stimulus
  • Teacher and students will explore HaringKids.com
    Web site for background information for the
    lesson.
  • Using the AppleWorks Painting program, students
    will complete 2 paintings in the style of Keith
    Haring. Students will turn in one computer
    painting and a one page reflection on comparing
    and contrasting Keith Harings work and their own
    for a grade.

8
Lesson Closure Library Display
  • Students will chose one painting that they would
    like to include in a class display in the
    library.
  • Students will view the library display and
    through oral discussion, reflect on the artwork.

9
Follow Up
  • Students will include their reflection and
    painting in their electronic portfolio.
  • Students may want to include for extra credit
    other artists who work in the style of Keith
    Haring.
  • Students will write a reflection on the
    difference between taggers and Keith Harings
    paintings.

10
Assessment for Lesson
  • Rubric for the assessment of the paintings.
  • Rubric for the assessment of the reflection.
  • Checklist for the portfolio.
  • Checklist for the oral discussion of the library
    display.

11
Instructional Resources
  • Computer Lab, AppleWorks software
  • Keith Haring Web site
  • Library display space
  • Art and Educational Technology Standards
  • Rubrics from http//rubistar.4teachers.org

12
The following slides are the lesson for in class
instruction.
13
GRAFFITI or ART? A visit with Artist Keith Haring
14
Think about these questions 1. Where is art
found? 2. Is graffiti art? Why or why not? 3.
Is there universal art? Lets explore Haring
in the Subway
15
Look at Keith Harings Art
  • How does Keith Haring use the space?
  • How are textures implied in the pictures?
  • Describe the style of Keith Haring.
  • Name some of the subjects that he likes to use in
    his artwork.
  • What is message do you get when you look at Keith
    Harings work?

16
From the graphic handout, choose a picture and
write a one page reflection about the style,
elements of art, and message from Keith Harings
art work.
17
Do Two Paintings in the Style of Keith Haring
  • In the Appleworks paint program, create two
    paintings in the style of Keith Haring.
  • Include simple figures of animals, humans,
    everyday objects, etc.
  • Think of a theme to unify the elements in your
    paintings.
  • Choose a painting and write a one page summary on
    the similarities and differences between Keith
    Harings art work and yours.

18
For next period
  • Prepare a 3 minute oral presentation on your
    computer painting.
  • In the library, present your painting and talk
    about it to the class.
  • Write a one page reflection on the difference
    between taggers and their art and Keith Haring
    and his art.

19
THANK YOU
c. Keith Haring 1986
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