Artist Inspiration piece
- students will be given a random object and an art movement. They must recreate this object in the style of that movement.
- with the other students in your art movement create a presentation or poster to present it to the class.
Works at NCMA
Vimeo Video on how she makes thread Art
NCMA Site on his art
Studio Visit Video
Teens Inspired Art Contest from NCMA
Teens, Inspired is an annual arts competition and exhibition hosted by the North Carolina Museum of Art that is organized, juried, and curated by teens and for teens. The NCMA requests submissions of poems and 2-D, 3-D, andvideo art. Additionally, artists are required to include documentation of your process and an artist statement. Students must use a work of art from the Museum’s collection to inspire your own poem or artwork, as opposed to copying a particular piece.
All submissions must include:
(A) Final work of art or poem inspired by a piece in the NCMA collection.
(C) 3 pieces of evidence that reveal your creative process in the creation of your final artwork or poem. These may include, but are not limited to: concept maps, preparatory sketches, edited drafts, storyboards, photographs of the work in progress, experiments in composition, medium, technique, style, etc.
+ Post images of planning destruction
+ Your Artist Statement
+ Photo/Video of completed destruction
+ Post images of your inspired art
+ What style you had, why defines it?
+ Who was in your group and who did what in the presentation.
- Photos of your 3 evidences (see above)
- Photo of your final piece
- What inspired you from the original piece?
- Picture of original piece
- Information on original piece
- Extra information found on the artist that you found online outside from the NCMA.
- Were you able to travel to see the NCMA piece in person? If so, what did you think?