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ART STUDY GUIDE

[SUPPORT MATERIAL AND READINGS


FOR BLOCK 3]
MISS LAYWAH CAROLINA CHING
2016-2017

BLOCK # 3: MICRO UNIVERSE - THEATRE

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE:
Analyze, criticize and create abstract images based on science to
develop original appreciations about oneself and the world.
SKILL WITH PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
-Research and reproduce with pictures or drawings scientifical
images of the micro unvirese. -Transfer feelings to visual images,
movements or sounds using microuniverse as the inspiration.

BLOCK # 3: MICRO UNIVERSE - THEATRE


CONTENT

-Definition of micro universe and


Microscopic images
-Theatre history
-Abstract and figurative art
-Block Presentation

(1)
MICROUNIVERSE

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MICRO UNIVERSE

a small universe;
specifically : the
natural universe
observed at the
microscopic or
submicroscopic
level.

VIDEO

CELL BEHAVIOUR
BREATHING EXERCISE
CONNECTING TO THE WORLD

MICROUNIVERSE

RESPIRATION

THEATRE

1. Explain 2 reasons why a cell is so important for the


whole universe.
2. Define respiration.
3. Explain the meaning of I regard the theatre as the
greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way
in which a human being can share with another
sense of what it is to be a human being.(Oscar
Wilde).
4. Explain the connection between theatre and
respiration.

1. Color de Mandala
with Primary colours

2. Color de
Mandala with
Secondary
colours

3. Color de
Mandala
with creativity

1. Color de Mandala
with Primary colours

2. Color de Mandala with Secondary colours

3. Color de Mandala
with creativity

(1) A BUILDING OR OUTDOOR AREA


IN WHICH PLAYS AND OTHER
DRAMATIC PERFORMANCES ARE
GIVEN. SYNONYMS: PLAYHOUSE,
AUDITORIUM, AMPHITHEATER;

THEATER
DEFINITIONS

(2) THE ACTIVITY OR PROFESSION OF


ACTING IN, PRODUCING, DIRECTING,
OR WRITING PLAYS. EXAMPLE:
WHAT MADE YOU WANT TO GO
INTO THE THEATER?"

(2)FAMOUS THEATRES
IN THE WORLD

MINACK THEATRE
CORNWALL, UK

THE THEATRE WAS CARVED


RIGHT INTO THE STONE
TRYING TO PRESERVE AS
MUCH OF THE NATURAL
STONE FORMATION AS
POSSIBLE.
RESEMBLES ROMAN TIMES

ELGIN AND WINTER GARDEN THEATRE


CENTRE
TORONTO, CANADA

THE LIGHTED FRONT OF THE


BUILDING PERFECTLY
ILLUMINATES THE TICKETING
BOX THAT MOST THEATRES
DON'T HAVE ANY MORE
THE THEATRE CENTER WAS
MADE FOR OPERATIC AS
WELL AS BALLET
PERFORMANCES.

TCL CHINESE THEATRE


HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME
IN HOLLYWOOD, CA , USA

THE MOVIE THEATRE HAS A


MAGNIFICENT ENTRANCE
THAT LOOKS LIKE THE FRONT
OF A CHINESE PAGODA,
COMPLETE WITH STATUES
AND A MASSIVE DRAGON
MURAL; THERE IS NOTHING
LIKE THIS MOVIE THEATRE.

CHICAGO THEATRE
CHICAGO, USA

THIS STAGE THAT WAS


CREATED TO SHOW MUSIC
CONCERTS, SPEECHES,
COMEDY, MAGIC SHOWS,
STAGE PLAYS AND MORE HAS
BEEN ON THE LIST OF
LANDMARKS FOR THE CITY
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS SINCE
1921.

LES CELESTINS THEATRE DE LYON


LYONS FRANCE

IT'S AN OPERA HOUSE THAT


MOST WILL TURN TO WHEN
THEY ARE LOOKING FOR A
GREAT PERFORMANCE AND
IT'S ABLE TO HOUSE MORE
THAN 1,030 PEOPLE.
THE ENTIRE STRUCTURE IS
OUTFITTED WITH RED AND
GOLD ON THE INSIDE AND
PRESENTS ALL OF THE
SURFACES WITH AN OPULENT,
ALMOST REGAL, CHARACTER;
THE OUTSIDE OF THE BUILDING
IS A LITTLE MORE AUSTERE
WITH STATUES SET INTO THE
PORTICOS.

KID THEATER

https://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=0p1Iv9z8bOY

Kid Theater with Tom


Hanks

Resources Script

(2)
ELEMENTS
OF
DRAMA

ACTING BASED ON EMOTIONS

https://www.youtube.com/
watch?
v=5WI6MHH7Y7I&spfreload=
10

Emotional Interview with


Robert Downey Jr.

Resources:

Emotions in a card

EXPRESSIONS

RE

WRITING A SHORT SCRIPT

Give them a topic TO Write a


script

Magic Car

The beans and the


princess

(3) ABSTRACT AND


FIGURATIVE ART

ABSTRACT ART

can be a painting or sculpture


(including assemblage) that
does not depict a person, place
or thing in the natural world -even in an extremely distorted
or exaggerated way. Therefore,
the subject of the work is based
on what you see: color, shapes,
brushstrokes, size, scale and, in
some cases, the process (see
action painting). Abstract art
began in 1911 with such works
as Picture with a Circle (1911)
by the Russian artist Wassily
Kandinsky (1866-1944).

Curvilinear Abstract Art

This type of curvilinear abstraction is strongly


associated with Celtic Art, which employed a
range of abstract motifs including knots (eight
basic types), interlace patterns, and spirals
(including the triskele, or the triskelion).

These motifs were not original to the Celts many other early cultures had been utilizing
these Celtic designs for centuries: see for
instance the spiral engravings at the Neolithic
Passage Tomb at Newgrange in Co Meath,
created some 2000 years before the
appearance of the Celts.

These patterns later re-emerged as decorative


elements in early illuminated manuscripts (c.
600-1000 CE).

Colour-Related or Light-Related Abstract Art

This type is exemplified in


works by Turner and Monet,
that use colour (or light) in such
a way as to detach the work of
art from reality, as the object
dissolves in a swirl of pigment.

Two instances of Turner's style


of expressive abstraction have
already been mentioned, to
which we can add his Interior at
Petworth (1837, Tate
Collection).

Emotional or Intuitional Abstract Art

This type of intuitional art


embraces a mix of styles, whose
common theme is a naturalistic
tendency. This naturalism is
visible in the type of shapes and
colours employed. Unlike
Geometric Abstraction, which is
almost anti-nature, intuitional
abstraction often evokes nature,
but in less representational ways.

Two important sources for this


type of abstract art are: Organic
Abstraction (also called
Biomorphic abstraction) and
Surrealism.

ARTS

PAINT

SPONGE

2 CARBOARDS WHITE A3
FORMAT

http://www.craftionary.net/
ways-to-make-abstract-artprojects/

PROJECT

BLOCK
PROJECT

IIA
1. Elsa
2. Karelys
3. Paula A.
4. Julio
5. Santiago
6. Sarah
7. Ricardo
8. Carlos Roggiero
9. Jose Carlos
10.Jimmy

1. Humberto
2. Blanca
3. Jose Andres
4. Alfredo
5. Estefania
6. Paula Salazar
7. Ana Paula
8. Leslye
9. Carlos Ramirez
10.Jose Luis

IIB

1.
Michelle
2.
Jonathan
3.
David
4.
Oliver
5. Pablo Cardenas
6.
Nicole
7.
Johan

1. Andrea
2. Nathaly
3. Melissa
4.
Alicia
5. Guillermo
6. Gabriel
7. Antonio
8. Daniel
9. Alejandro
10. Ricky

Pablo
1.
Josue
2.
3. Thammys
4. Andres
5. Enrique
Isabel
6.
7. Pamela
8. Emilio

HOMEWORKS

#1 THEATRES AND EXPO II A


1.

Teatro Solis (Jose Andres and Carlos Ramirez)

2.

Radio City Music Hall (Sara, ana paula)

3.

Teatro Amazonas (Karelys and Paula A.)

4.

Royal Albert Hall (Julio and Elsa)

5.

Odeon of Herodes Atticus (Carlos Roggiero, Ricardo


Bedoya, Jose Luis)

6.

Palacio de Bellas Artes (Santiago and Jimmy)

7.

Sydney Opera House (Ma Paula Salazar and Estefania)

8.

Palau de la Msica Catalana (Blanca and Humberto)

9.

Boston Opera House (Jose Y Alfredo, Lesly)

CREATE A SCALE
MODEL OF A
THEATRE YOU WERE
ASSIGNED
PREPARE FOR
PRESENTATION

#1 THEATRES AND EXPO (IIB)


1. Teatro Solis (Michell, Nicole, Oliver
Jonathan David)
2. Radio City Music Hall (Daniel Alejandro
Gabriel Guillermo Enrique)
3. Teatro Amazonas (Pamela, Isabel,
Emilio, Pablo C, Ale, Andres)
4. Sydney Opera House (Melissa, Alicia,
Andrea, Nathatly)
5. Palau de la Msica Catalana (Ricky)
6. Boston Opera House (Pablo Josue
Sebastian Thammys Antonio)

CREATE A SCALE MODEL


OF A THEATRE YOU WERE
ASSIGNED
PREPARE FOR
PRESENTATION

#2

Script

of the project (1 per group)

Name of each of the person and the character that will represented

Prepare for no more than 10 minutes play

Date to present: August 16 (even if you don't have Arts class that
day)

Format

Printed

Name of group members, Class that you belong to

BIBLIOGRAPHY

http://www.yurtopic.com/travel/locations/famous-theatres.html

Wassily Kandinsky, Concerning the Spiritual in Art (ber das


Geistige in der Kunst), 1911.

http://www.craftionary.net/ways-to-make-abstract-art-projects/