|1||Lesson Plan||Cutout Animation
This lesson demonstrates how to use the cutout animation technique. Students are asked to create cutout animation using collage materials and to tell a story.
|2||Library Media||Making The Not Quite White Apartment on Irolo: A Conversation with Deanna & Jeanette
A video conversation with lead instructor Deanna and youth artist Jeanette about the process of creating a photo book. Specifically, they discuss the relationship between student and mentor.
|3||Teaching Activity||Writing Prompt: The House On Mango Street
In this activity, students use this creative writing prompt to write a short story or poem using House On Mango Street as inspiration.
This hands-on activity is great for engaging youth in their own, unedited creative process, while teaching them about composition, visual narrative, deriving meaning from work, expressing creative intent, and more.
|5||Teaching Activity||Freewrite/Powerpoint Storytelling
In this activity, Students are asked to tell stories both in writing and visually using a PowerPoint presentation.
|6||Teaching Activity||Graffiti Artist (Intro to Layers in Photoshop)
This activity demonstrates how to combine text and image in Photoshop using layers.
|7||Teaching Activity||"Art in the Street" (Finding Relationships Between Text and Image)
This activity demonstrates the relationship between image and text.
|8||Teaching Activity||Dinner Table
An exercise in which students create a story about a dinner gone awry and photograph the scene
|9||Teaching Resource||Understanding framerate
This is a description of framerate and how it can be utilized to manipulate film and video.
|10||Teaching Resource||Take an iPhone screenshot
Learn how to take screenshots using an iPhone.
|11||Teaching Resource||Making a Negative Sandwich in the Darkroom
How to print two different negatives at the same time to create one image.
|12||Teaching Resource||TOE 2010-11 Curriculum
This is a curriculum developed for the Robert Ho Foundation.