Students will create innovative art installations using nontraditional materials or creative art integration. They will collaborate with local businesses, community partners, libraries, or other government facilities to design and install artwork.
Students will research partnership artwork locations.
Students will generate installation ideas and correlate them to community partner locations.
Students will conceptualize, plan, engage in the approval process, and implement installation artwork.
Introduce students to various choice-based art installation formats.
Discuss and compare the materials and resources needed for implementation.
Guide students through the community approval process and fundraising campaign.
Facilitate and engage in the participatory artmaking experience.
Teacher Prep Time
Student Studio Time
Supplies and Materials
Large paint brushes
100' chalk line
Develop a Committee
Develop a committee to review community partner locations, such as banks, businesses, government facilities, libraries, and social services.
Select the candidate for the proposal pitch.
Then document the proposed location through sketches and photographs.
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