PLEASE PLAY AND LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THESE INSTRUCTIONS. How can you create art to encourage and communicate EMPATHY? THIS WEEK you should be CREATING a FINAL or GOOD COPY of your artwork or animation inspired by your inquiry into migration. It needs to be ready to present on 8th December in our Grade 5 Art for Advocacy Exhibition. *Everyone is expected to take part in this.* You will need to go back to last week's activity to review your plan and add to it any progress you make. You must show evidence of each stage of the creative process: https://app.seesaw.me/#/class/class.171e506a-4434-4ee7-bc86-6bf53e273946 This Double Exposure Photography technique is an OPTIONAL activity for you to try ONLY IF you finished last week's planning activity (at the above link). You may really like this art form and decide to present it at our art exhibition instead of your original plan. Using an app called Snapseed, you can create a DOUBLE EXPOSURE photograph. https://apps.apple.com/us/app/snapseed/id439438619 FIRST Think about how you feel connected to what you have been learning in your UOI. Decide what facial expression matches the feeling you want to communicate - Negative/Positive - Push/Pull Factors. Take a photo of you (a portrait) standing against a WHITE wall. *Pose carefully for the photo to communicate the feeling you want your audience to see and feel. SECOND Find or create a photo collage to layer over your portrait that connects to your inspiration or message. Is the art representing a personal migration story or inspired by another source of information? SAVE THOSE 2 PHOTOS then... Watch the video instructions on how to use the App, Snapseed, to create your artwork inspired by your learning. upload your finished photograph on Page 1 of the template. On Page 2, reflect on your learning.