Compose a Picasso’s head … on-line!

A fun on-line program to achieve our personal portrait in the cubist style of Picasso. The site is called PICASSO HEAD and with some tools of graphics and color, we can compose our cubist head, Have … [Read more...]

Welcome to the new site Arteascuola!

Welcome to you, old friend or new visitor, in the new website of Arteascuola, that m eans Art at School, renovated in appearance and in the organization of content. We meet here to share with more … [Read more...]

Three dimensional Mirò

I thought of a way to create a three-dimensional structure with the characteristic drawings by Joan Miro, which are specifically two-dimensional. Students have copied some drawings by Miró with a … [Read more...]

Playing with Pollock dripping

It's just an on-line game to paint like Jackson Pollock with his DRIPPING technique! Your student can try to paint in few second his painting in "Pollock style". Just click on the mouse to change the … [Read more...]

Stop Motions inspired by Aardman Animations

This Stop motion is inspired by the great works of Aardman Studios, a British animation studio based in Bristol. The studio is known for films made using stop-motions clay animation technique, … [Read more...]

AZION…ARTI: another amazing italian Art Ed Blog

Here another new Art Blog from an Italian art teacher! She is Laura Tomasi, we met almost 30 years ago at the Secondary Art School of Trento and we have always been good friends! The title is … [Read more...]

6th place in the Art Ed Blog of the Year 2012!!!!

  Arteascuola officially ran one of the top 10 Art Ed Blogs of the Year! After thousands of votes were cast, my blog was selected by Art Teachers all around the country (and world) as one of the very … [Read more...]

Christmas cards on scraps of map

Inspired by the works of Rachel Ann Austin, I realized some Christmas cards drawing on pieces of maps (white cardboard sizes 10x20cm, map scrap size 6x6cm). To create a matte background I used … [Read more...]

Voting is open this week!

Great news friends! I just found out from Jessica over at The Art of Education that my blog has been selected as one of the finalists to win "Art Ed Blog of the Year!" Very exciting. This is such a … [Read more...]

Discover the hidden poems

On a page of an old book you draw any object and choose some word in order to create a little poem...  You'll be surprised to discover what is hidden in a page. Do you have three minutes? Have a look … [Read more...]