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Leanne Hagen

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Human Rights Sculptures

Objectives: create an expressive abstract composition based on real objects assess their own works of art, using specific criteria, and describe what changes they would make for improvement 1. Using Human Rights as your inspiration, plan a sculpture using clay that represents a human right. 2. Use your doodle book to sketch some possible sculptures and then selected the one that you are most happy with. 3. Watch a short video on how to do clay modelling. The link is included on this activity. 4. Now take your piece of clay and a board and using your knowledge of clay sculpting, make your sculpture. 5. REMEMBER to take pictures with your iPad to document the process. 6. Post your pictures on this activity and complete a caption reflection on your piece.

5th Grade, Art
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