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Learning Experiences Outside the Classrom
Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts
Phone: (09) 577 0138 ext 7703
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Jeremy Leatinu’u
Education Coordinator
Image: Blackley, Roger. Two Centuries of New Zealand Landscape Art. Auckland: Auckland Art Gallery, 1990.
Image:
Blackley, Roger. Two Centuries of New Zealand Landscape Art. Auckland: Auckland Art Gallery, 1990.
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Te reo
Umu
Dim sum and wonton
Samoan
The language we speak.
Food that we may only cook or eat during
special cultural occasions.
Hangi
Cantonese
During our last lesson we learnt that our culture includes…
Chinese New Year
Piupiu
Jade necklace
The clothing or jewellery we may wear only during
special cultural occasions.
Lavalava
Preparing and cooking a hangi
Traditions, celebrations or special cultural occasions
that are unique to our culture.
Preparing and cooking an Umu
Lets start this lesson by exploring
Home and me / me and home.
Image: http://www.ljhooker.co.nz/5DGZ7/4-bedroom-house-for-sale-otahuhu?
In this lesson we will take inspiration from the artworks of
Robin White and George Baloghy to help design a portrait drawing
that shows our identity, culture and the place we live in.
Image: Brown, Warwick. 100 New Zealand Paintings. Birkenhead, Auckland: Godwit Publishing Ltd, 1995.
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Robin White
1946 -
We saw earlier when looking at artworks by artist Robin White that she places the
person in front of their house. This helps show the character of the person and the
connection they have to their home and where they live.
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Portrait drawing
Outline only
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my culture
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and
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pencil
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will
follow
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cartoon
style
of paper
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portrait
of
yourself.
Start
drawing
basic
shapes
like
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first
about
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artwork
as
a drawing.
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has
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about
character.
the
people
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painted
and
place
lived
include
cultural
costume,
clothes
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necklace.
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that tells
us
do not shift
lightand
to dark.
above
and
make
them
big.
move they
from
light in.
to dark
helping
about the culture you belong to.
show depth – The rocks further
back are darker than the rocks just
behind this man.
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everyone.
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paintings.
We look forward to having you all here
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