Art History Program
$199.00 for 1 year
The Art History Projects Program was designed both for fun and to supplement your art history studies. Students love to create but often struggle to be interested in studying artists. This program focuses on getting students interested in art history by actually doing the art!
This program includes three types of projects divided into three levels. The first type of project teaches styles of art in history. Projects in this level are designed for students to learn how to create fine art that looks like famous art styles from the past. The second type of project is historically themed. These projects are designed to be fun additions to your study. The subject of a historically themed project may be a ship in a lagoon representing the Spanish Exploration of the New World, a profile of a North American Chief representing life in Early America, and more to come. The third type of project is called a capstone project. These projects are meant to teach how to recreate historic masterpieces. It is taught at a masterpiece level.
3 Specialized levels of projects included
15 Unique Media (with some additional media variations)
Art Media Taught
Faux Metal Working, Faux Stained Glass, Glass Etching, Glass Mosaic, Ink, Oil Painting, Pencil/Charcoal, Printmaking, Sculpture, Acrylic, and Colored Marker
Art Skills Taught
Recognition and creating of famous, period specific art styles
Portraiture in Charcoal and Oil Painting
Project Design and Implementation
Characteristics of Relief and Bust Sculpture
Form and Composition
and much more!