Integrated Art Lessons

Integrated Art Lesson Library 

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Join University of Scranton students from Education 339 as they present virtual integrated art lessons for 3rd - 5th graders on fun and exciting topics! You can learn more about the history of art, different art movements, and how mathematical concepts can be used to better understand and create works of art. Browse our video library by clicking on the titles below. Bring your creativity and join in the fun!

Featured Video

Katherine Roughan'21 Presents a Lesson on Action Painter Jackson Pollock and the Principles of Art

Activity Supply List: blank paper, paint brushes, yarn, scissors, assorted colors of paint 

Explore the Video Lesson Library Below

Learn About the Storytelling Power of Art with Megan Houlihan '21 in Her Lesson on Narrative Art

 

You can create your own narrative artwork! Materials needed: notebook, pencil, paint, crayons, markers, or colored pencils.

Learn more about the art movement Pointillism and painter Georges Seurat with Christiana Wood'21

Materials: paints, q-tips, paint brushes, pencils and paper

Learn About Symmetry and Color with Kayleigh Basovsky'21 in This Lesson on Monet and Impressionist Art

Materials to create your own expressive artwork: 2 pieces of paper, Pencil, Sponge, Scissors (ask your parent or guardian for help using!), Paint, Crayons, (if you do not have a sponge and paint, you can use markers, crayons or colored pencils)m

Discover the Art of Piet Mondrain with Julia Dobel '21 and Make Your Own Piet Mondrian-animal!

Materials for art activity: Scissors (ask a parent or guardian for help), Ruler, Construction Paper, Glue, Sharpee or Black Marker, Your Favorite Coloring Supplies (colored pencils, markers, crayons, anything you have at home!).

Join Maggie Kiess'21 to Learn About Geometry and the Principle of Art in Her Lesson on Painter Wassily Kandinsky 

Materials for art activity: 5 Pieces of Paper (or any number you have at home) and Your Favorite Coloring Supplies (markers, crayons, colored pencils, anything that you have at home!). 

Katherine Roughan'21 Presents a Lesson on Action Painter Jackson Pollock and the Principles of Art

Activity Supply List: blank paper, paint brushes, yarn, scissors, assorted colors of paint 

Join Mary Kate Wolf'21 for a lesson on the abstract art of Alma Thomas

Materials for art activity: paper, paint, and paint brushes, or markers.