Lincoln Center Institute for the arts in education

JOHN TOTH
Teaching Artist

Collaboration with Hunter College

 

collaborators:
Mady
Holzer, Lincoln Center Institute
Herb Perr
, Hunter College
John Toth, Lincoln Center Institute

at

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
March21 , 2002
GOING THERE

Inquiry

How are line and shape used to create movement?

How does your eye move through the painting or sculpture? (what is the quality of thge movement)

How does the artist create movement?

How does distortion of shapes effect meaning?

Brainstorm

 

The Collection

Grant Wood,

“The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere”

 

Staurt Davis,

” Mural For Studio B”

 

 

Charles Demuth,

“I Saw The Number 5”

Umberto Boccioni,

Unique Forms of Continuity in Space”

 

Joel Shapiro, “

 
 

Joan Miro, “ potato”

 
 

Juan Gris, “Guitar”

 
     

Focus for Session

Making choices that explore qualities of movement.

Touchstones

Connections

 

Activity

 
 

4:20 -6:50

 
     

Supplies

Construction paper, cardboard, Elmer’s glue, scissors, drawing pencils, 18"x24" white drawing paper.

Contextual Connections

Music Performance, “Ghost Lovers”

Contextual Information

Maxine Greene, “ The Blue Guitar”

Howard Gardner, “Multiple Intelligences”

 

 

ARCHITECTURE - ART - ARTISTS - DANCE - EDUCATION - EXHIBITIONS
GALLERIES - INSTALLATION - MUSEUMS - MUSIC - PERFORMANCE
PROJECTS - SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY - WRITING - VIDEO - VRML


all images (c) copyright 1986-06 John Toth