Art in the Classroom: The idea of upcycling for primary school teachers
How do everyday materials become works of art? How does upcycling relate to the movements of Dadaism, Neorealism and Arte Povera? Are you familiar with the sculpted trophy of the César Awards? Out of what exhibit did John Lennon take a bite at a London exhibition? Since when have recyclable materials been exhibited at museums? And how does modern-day conceptual art peg a banana on a wall and turn it into a concept?
Students are invited to observe the objects around them and change their daily lives by getting to know the challenge of upcycling in the classroom! Taking on the role of hunters of objects, images, words and simple everyday materials, students create their own sculptures, poems, mock-ups, ephemeral artworks, in order to convey their own ideas and meanings within the classroom.
The online meeting will take place on:
Wednesday 20/10 | 18.30
Free participation; preregistration required
Preregistration starts on Thursday, 14 /10.
The link to the Zoom meeting will be sent to you from email@example.com
For group bookings by schools or secondary education offices, please contact us online at firstname.lastname@example.org
Design - Implementation: Christina Tsinisizeli, visual artist
Workshop Coordination: Evi Kaisari: SNFCC School Visits Program Officer