Using Memories in Your Artwork
Students will respond to and create a drawing to show how a memory or personal experience can influence the content of artwork.
Students will be asked to look for three visual and storytelling details that might let them know about a childhood memory that would have influenced this artwork. They will then be asked to describe what in the sculpture makes them think this. Students will be asked to look at Henry Moore’s sculpture Rocking Chair No. 2 in their Student Booklets.
This item has been voluntarily field-tested by Michigan teachers with a non-representative sample of students.
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