Little square paintings, grade 5°, Sabrina Ubaldi, Trento Italy
Every day I receive emails and comments from other teachers, students, parents and professionals in the field of art education, about new techniques and educational methods, new ideas for lessons and experiments. Some teacher sent me pictures of extraordinary creations made with class, even started from an idea taken from arteascuola, and then revised, changed and renewed. I find that these brilliant and extremely original creations have to be shared, and made available to teachers, parents, associations, and students, in order to continue to develop new creative processes! “From one thing comes a another thing,” said the great artist and designer Bruno Munari, and therefore from idea comes idea.
Anyone who has made something new and original, an effective lesson, an activity where the students had fun and have experienced the joy of the creative spirit, is ready for the new section of arteascuola: “A post for you!”
Get in touch with me: please send me the pictures that you would like to publish to the mail address email@example.com. You can add some indication of how it was done the job, perhaps with photographs “step by step”. Would be great if you write the name of the school and the teachers involved and the age or grade of children: Arteascuola will dedicate you a post, to share your work with teachers from around the world!