By John Lancaster
All basic institution academics need to educate paintings yet few have adequate formal education to suppose convinced with the topic. This booklet indicates how academics and their scholars can get the main out of artwork classes.
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Teachers might also approach the Crafts Council Education Services Section (Crafts Council, 12 Waterloo Place, Lower Regent Street, London SW1Y 4AU, Tel: 01 930 4811), whose role is to support the place of the crafts in educational provision and to enhance the experience of students and teachers through contact with practising craftspeople and their work. The Crafts Council offers a comprehensive service which includes: an exhibition service, an information centre, an index of craftspeople, a slide library and loan service, open evenings, lectures, seminars, touring exhibitions, education resource packs, and a collection of contemporary crafts, and has a Crafts Council shop situated in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
It may be smooth or rough. Tone This comprises tonal contrasts of lightness and darkness. If as teachers we are aware of these elements, then we can make a determined effort to see that our pupils experience them when they are doing art in school. Sometimes it will be necessary to plan specific exercises embracing one element only to ensure that children do experience it, think about it, use it and are aware of it in the work of others. At other times an art experience should incorporate more than one element so that the pupils become conversant with them and apply them confidently and with understanding in their artistic endeavours.
The use of consortia has led to the bulk buying of large quantities of materials and equipment, making it far cheaper for LEAs to buy and distribute to the schools under their control. If schools were to buy direct from 21 The framework for planning art activities large or small suppliers they would certainly find their purchases much more expensive. Primary Inspectors/Advisers and Specialist Art/Craft, Design and Technology (CDT) Inspectors/Advisers are normally involved with Consortia Committees, bringing specialist knowledge and experience to discussions and decision-taking in the hope that the ‘right’ kind of provision results.
Art in the Primary School (Subject in the Primary School Series) by John Lancaster
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