Students finished the Aakash Nihalani project making big artworks. They used tape to make 3D shapes on the pavement and walls of the school. We hope you like them!
Once students practised in the classroom (last lesson), now, in pairs or small groups, they had to invent or copy an Aakash Nihalani design using chalk. They made their drawings on the playground pavement.
Students learnt who Aakash Nihalani is. He is known for his 3D shapes made on the streets and museums with adhesive tape. Inspired by him, pupils made 3D shapes with adhesive tape on a sized A3 cardboard.
In the second session of the Angelica Dass project students experienced mixing colours and they learned how to make different skin tones with paints.
Children had made a project in which they thought about the fairy tales and the roles the characters play in the stories: such as kings, queens, princes and princesses, the wolf, witches, etc. In this project they studied the artist and photographer Dina Goldstein.