In this activity, you will create an artwork that can also function as a game ! During this activity please think about these questions: Q1: How do artists use their understanding of materials to design and create? Q2: How do people interact with a work of Art? Q3: Does this interaction change depending on the age of the person looking at the work? You will need the following materials: Cardboard box (any kind, any size) Colored pencils Marker Scissors Glue and Masking Tape Piece of paper This activity has two parts: Part One: Planning (Your Art teacher will provide feedback to your planning) Part Two: Creating (This is due by the end of the week. The earlier you complete, the more time you will have to respond to your teachers feedback) Part One: A. Listen to the voice instruction B. Watch the video tutorial C. Gather your materials D. Make a plan E. Post your plan to the activity - use the template. Part Two: A. Use the materials to create your Artwork. B. Show your artwork to others and allow them to interact (play) with it. C. Get constructive feedback D. Make changes or improvements E. Post the final work to the activity Art History Links: We will be finding inspiration from The Pop Art movement of the 1960’s - specially, Roy Lichtenstein.