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Lisa Poulter

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Art Appreciation - Indigenous Artist

Not everyone feels the same way about art. Everybody has their own opinion of artwork. Look at the artwork I have shared in seesaw: 1. add: Tap the Add button. 2. Note: Use the note tool to share what you think about this artwork. - List what you see in the artwork - Do you like to? Why/Why not? - What shapes can you see? - What colours can you see? - What mood or emotion does the artwork show? - What do you wonder when looking at this artwork? 3. Tap the check to add your reflection to your journal.

5th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, Art
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There are so many interesting Dreaming stories to read! One story we read was called ‘Dirrangun’, which is a Dreaming from the Bunjalung and Githavul people connected to the Grafton region of New South Wales. It tells two versions of the same story, but both versions are about the powerful witch-woman Dirangun, and her part in creating the landmarks of the area. The artist is a Bundjalung Woman, Bronwyn Bancroft. https://www.bronwynbancroft.com Feel free to swap out the artwork for any artwork created someone who your students are currently learning about. To modify the image, tap the ♡, then tap the [...] button, choose Copy & Edit, delete my attachment, upload your own image, and then Save.