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Picasso Paper Cut-Outs

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Picasso Paper Cut-Outs, as the video above has shown, helps your students create wonderful Picasso inspired paper sculptures.  This download includes the following:

  • 4 Picasso inspired templates to cut out (pictured above).
  • A lesson plan
  • Good examples with collage
  • Good examples without collage.

It’s a wonderful way to introduce the work of Picasso and was inspired by the Picasso and Paper exhibition which you can see on YouTube here.  To cut out the central parts of the cut-outs your students will need craft knives.

There are more Picasso Art Lessons on The Arty Teacher.

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Sarah Crowther is The Arty Teacher. She is a high school art teacher in the North West of England. She strives to share her enthusiasm for art by providing art teachers around the globe with high-quality resources and by sharing her expertise through this blog.

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  • New way to look at The Spanish Civil War through Guernica

    My high school Native speaker Spanish students are studying Human Rights and watching a documentary on the Spanish Civil War and the 40 year dictatorship of Franco. We will be using these pieces from Guernica to retell the story of this period through changes the students would make to these pieces to show the original images in Guernica and how they would retell the story of the violations of human rights and uncover the untold stories through art. I am so excited to use your work with my students. I am interested to see if they keep their pieces monochromatic or add color, what images they may embed and what words they may include.

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    • Hi Elizabeth, It sounds like you are taking a creative and in-depth approach with your students – excellent!

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    I look forward to using it with my students. A great way to look closely at artworks and break down areas discuss the symbolism.

    Thank you.

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    • Hi Gladys, Thank you for your positive review. I’m glad you think it’s a great way to look closely at artworks. I’d love to know how your students got on!

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