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Lise Farquhar

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ART - Inspired by GRAVITY

like This week you will create and photograph a sculpture that requires you to try to defy gravity and find balance. blog Gravity is a force, but have you ever thought of it as a source of inspiration? This is something many artists, over time, have explored in their work. note On a piece of paper write the word Gravity in a way that shows what you know already about this force. On this paper take notes when watching the Brainpop video about gravity. Write key words, draw images and symbols to help you remember some facts link https://www.brainpop.com/science/motionsforcesandtime/gravity/ (Username: rahaschool Password: ris123) seesaw Once your mind is switched on to science then: 1. video Watch the instruction video for this activity. Notice what the South Korean artist, Rocky Byun, says about BALANCE with objects and in life. 2. Gather materials - be resourceful - turn paper into 'rocks' or use actual rocks if you have some! 3. Create sculptures as seen in the video. 4. Photograph your sculpture from different view points - how does this change your perspective? 5. add On Page 1 upload upload your #1 favourite photo photo of your sculpture and give it a title to give it more meaning. On Page 2 upload the collection of photos you took. On Page 3 upload a photo of your note sketchnotes about gravity. 6. comment On Page 4 complete the reflection thinking about BALANCE & SELF-MANAGEMENT seesaw Want to see more about the art of balance and attempting to defy gravity? link https://video.link/w/CRKbc

5th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, Science, Art
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