A tongue-in-cheek poster for anyone who thinks art is an easy option. This poster comes in A4/letter and A3/tabloid sizes. There are other display resources and posters on The Arty Teacher website.
Are you looking for a photography challenge? Inspire your students to take a photograph every day this November with this list of prompts. This is for 2023, there will be a new photo challenge posted each year. There are more photography art lessons on The Arty Teacher. Subscribe to the free subscription to download 3 […]
This is the official, artist-approved, presentation about the work of artist Ileana Hunter. The presentation includes a script, which is below each slide, and through questioning the presentation encourages students to consider their first impression, explore her different types of work, themes in her work and her powerful use of negative space. Famous for her […]
Fish colouring page! Sometimes you need a simple, calming task to keep students occupied. It might be the end of term, or you might be looking for a well-being activity. This beautiful image will certainly tick those boxes. You might want to use it as a simple colouring-in page, or to get students to practice […]
This is the official, artist-approved, presentation about the work of artist Nicola McBride. Famous for her detailed ballpoint pen, still life artworks of Scottish products, she is the perfect artist to introduce your students to if you are exploring the themes of food and drink, local products, still life or memories. The 16-slide presentation includes: […]
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