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Theale Green Community School Art and Design Department National Curriculum Art and Design – Key Stage Three – Year Nine Pop Art Composition – Scheme of Work ‘Pop Art Composition’ Project Brief From research into the work of pop-artists, including Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Peter Blake, Jasper Johns, Richard Hamilton, etc., students will produce a composition, which shows an understanding of pop-art styles, subject matter and techniques. The composition will reflect the culture, life style and issues from present day popular culture Time-Scale/Duration Two terms Resources Sketchbooks Pictures by pop-artists Slides of pop-artists work Examples of pop-art advertisements Examples of previous work Reference material displayed in art rooms Materials Sketchbooks Sugar paper Reddimix paint Teaching and Management Week 1 Introduction to the project, what is pop-art, its subject matter, styles, etc. Drawing exercises, small still-life groups of contents from school bags Set homework Week 2 Slide presentation and drawing from slides Set homework Week 3 Continuation of drawing exercises from week 1 Set homework Week 4 Start rough ideas for main composition in the style of Lichtenstein, using lesson tasks and homeworks as inspiration. Stress Lichtenstein’s use of cropping images to heighten dynamics Set homework Week 5 Finish rough ideas Set homework Week 6 Students start to draw up their main compositions onto A3 sugar paper Set homework Week 7 Start adding colour to main composition Set homework Week 8 Demonstration of use of ben-day dots and marker pens to outline Set homework Week 9 When main composition is finished, trace tin can or crisp packet from sketchbook and repeat several times. Paint tracings in Warhol style, cut out and add to main composition (now mounted on larger sheet of paper) Set homework Week 10 Add Claes Oldenburg style (papier mache) date/name to composition Week 11-12 Complete composition by joining all elements together Week 13/14 Evaluation Classroom organisation Whatever fits most conveniently the current scheme of work N.B. The above is a guide and is not meant to be prescriptive.
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