- Think about the activities and readings for the first four lessons.
- Select the room or part of a room of interest. You can enjoy it anywhere, indoors or outdoors. 3. Spend some time in this room and observe.
- Explore this space from the following perspectives.
- Observe your surroundings and carefully record your observations through photographs, sketches, creative writing, or other art forms (these can be creatively presented to your classmates in small group presentations in the discussion area). Masu). No posters. Think of creative and artistic ways to represent your space and her six perspectives. Please explain where this room is located, why you chose that room, and attach a photo of the room and you in it. Please share process photos (creative expressions that express space and 6 perspectives) and photos of the finished product.
- Add captions to all your photos.
- Create an interesting piece of art that represents your special space (a written description of the actual space, not a photo or sketch). We also need to create interesting art replicas.
- B. Use sculptures, models, 3D collages, interesting materials, and creative expressions.
- It should clearly explain why this location was chosen in the context of the task. For each question, put your answer under a heading, followed by a clear picture of the actual space (a picture of you in it), then a picture of the material and your own creating the artwork and final piece. Provide photos. Add captions to all your photos. Part 2. Testimonials: “Task 1” Uploading to Dropbox
Reflect in writing on how each perspective impacted your experience and explain how you will apply those perspectives in the ELCC curriculum.