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VAHSVACU2 b Creates art work that explores ideas issues and events from current and past cultures VAHSVAPR4 a Translates 2D sketches into 3D form Standards Learning Objectives Explore using a mask for the purpose of communicating history and culture evoking emotion or storytell ID: 814630 Download

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MaskMaking Project

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Masks

VAHSVACU.2 b. Creates art work that explores ideas, issues, and events from current and past cultures.

VAHSVAPR.4

a. Translates 2-D sketches into 3-D form.

Standards

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Learning Objectives:

Explore using a mask for the purpose of communicating history and culture, evoking emotion or storytelling.

Masks

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Essential Question:

How would you adapt your mask to create your own meaning?

Masks

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Assessment Rubric

Last Name

:

First Name:

Class Period

:

 

Assignment:

Circle the number

that

best shows how well you feel that you completed that criterion for the assignment.

Excellent

Good

Fair

Poor

Rate Yourself

Teacher’s Rating

Criteria 1

Learning

objective:

9 -10

7-8

5-6

0-4

Criteria 2

Directions &

Initiative

:

5

4

3

0-2

 

 

Criteria 3

Effort:

5

4

3

0-2

 

 

Criteria 4

Craftsmanship

:

5

4

3

0-2

 

 

(Total: 50 x 2 = 100 for most possible points)

Final Grade:______

Your Total

 

Teacher Total

Learning Objective:

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Excellent

Good

Fair

Poor

CRITERIA 1

Learning Objective:

9-10 points

exceeds meeting objectives of project

7-8 points

succeeds in meeting objectives of project

5-6 points

objectives of project not met

0-4 points

little attention to producing a quality piece, project

objectives not met

CRITERIA 2

Directions &

Initiative

:

5 points

followed directions well

and added creativity

______________

more than required number of thumbnails,

each one a possibility for successfully project, each detailed and carefully drawn, clearly communicated

4 points

followed most of the directions

but

work did not suffer because of missed steps,

______________

correct number of thumbnails, each containing sufficient

detail, many instances of refining or revising ideas/details, two to three possibilities for a successful project, ideas are clear

3 points

partially followed directions

but diverted for easier solutions

______________

correct number of thumbnails, containing adequate

detail, evidence of revising or refining of details, one or two possibilities for successful project, ideas slightly fuzzy

0-2 points

did not follow directions, took short-cuts to finish

project

______________

poor quality and hastily drawn thumbnails, less

than required number of thumbnails, no evidence of revision or adjustment, ideas not clearly defined

CRITERIA 4

Effort:

5 points

took time to develop idea(s), completed project, didn’t rush, good use of class time

4 points

ideas were partially developed but project was completed in time, used of class time wisely

3 points

ideas were poorly developed, project not completed in time, did not use class time wisely

0-2 points

ideas were incomplete, project not completed, failed to use class time wisely

CRITERIA 5

Craftsmanship

:

5 points

project was neat, clean & complete, worked to full potential

4 points

most of the edges nicely treated, work appears somewhat pleasing, could have worked to greater potential

3 points

some of the edges properly treated, obvious gaps and empty spaces left, did not work to full potential

0-2 points

sloppy construction, poorly treated edges, incomplete, used very little or no ability

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Ritual and ceremonial masks are an essential feature of the traditional culture and art of the peoples of Sub-Saharan and West Africa.

African Masks

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African masks usually have a spiritual and religious meaning and are used in ritual dances and social and religious events, and a special status is attributed to the artists that create masks and to those that wear them in ceremonies.

African Masks

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In most cases, mask-making is an art that is passed on from father to son, along with the knowledge of the symbolic meanings conveyed by such masks.

African Masks

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There are two main forces that influence the style of an African tribal mask:1. The traditional style that is dictated by the social and religious beliefs of the community.

2. The individual vision of the carver.

The Elements of Style in an African Mask

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African tribal artists do not try to create a perfect representation of their subject. Although some realistic portraits are made, others celebrate more abstract qualities like nobility, beauty, courage, mischief and humor.

The Elements of Style in an African Mask

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They create an idealized version, emphasizing those elements that they consider most important: The Elements of Style in an African Mask

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COMPOSITIONFormal symmetrical arrangements of

line

,

shape and form in figures and masks evoke integrity and dignity. The Elements of Style in an African Mask

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TEXTURESkilled craftsmanship, fine detail and quality of finish are of great importance to the African tribal artist. Highly polished surfaces which represent a youthful healthy skin reflect the idea of beauty and virtue, while rough dirty surfaces suggest fear and evil. Many African carvings portray the idealized human figure in its prime, brimming with health, strength, and celebrating fertility or virility.

The Elements of Style in an African Mask

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SHAPEAfrican masks take on many forms. They can be oval, circular, rectangular, elongated, heart-shaped, animal or human, or any combination of these.

The Elements of Style in an African Mask

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The simplification and abstraction of visual elements in the art of the African Mask emphasize its expressive power.

When we look at EXPRESSIONIST ART of the 20th century, we tend to think of it as a European style.

One look at elements of African art shows you where this visual vocabulary was born.

The Elements of Style in an African Mask

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Punu

masks represent the idealized beauty of

Punu

women, and should only be carved by

Punu

men.

Punu

Mask

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They are portrayed with their traditional high-domed hairstyle, diamond- shaped

scarification marks

on their forehead and they often have eyes that display oriental characteristics.

Punu

Mask

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The elaborate Punu hairstyles suggest that the wearer is wealthy as her hair has not been flattened by the need to carry goods.

Punu

Mask

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Sometimes

Punu

masks are painted white with kaolin clay to represent the spirits of dead ancestors during funerals.

Punu

Mask

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Lulua

Mask

The

Lulua

were famous for decorating their bodies with intricate

scarification marks

and tattoos. They also applied these designs to their sculptures and masks.

Democratic Republic of the Congo

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Lulua

Mask

These rare masks are usually incised with geometric pattern and colored with a reddish pigment. The pointed forms on the top of the head represent the

Lulua

hairstyle.

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Datoga

tribe women of Tanzania with her tribal beautification marks bumps

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Scarification

Scarification

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Scarification

Scarification

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Hand-carved of non-endangered

Cedrella

wood by Joe

Mensah

from Ghana. '

Gye

'

Nyame

' on the top of the mask to symbolize the power of God over the universe and to make all things possible

Materials:

Cedrella

wood

Dimensions: 24 inches high x 10 inches wide x 5 inches deep

Wood Large

Gye

Nyame

Safari Mask (Ghana)

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What other cultures use mask making?

Share them with your table

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Day of the Dead

(Spanish:

Día de Muertos

) is a Mexican holiday observed throughout Mexico and around the world in other cultures. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died.

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Day of the Dead

The celebration takes place on October 31, November 1 and November 2, in connection with the triduum of

Allhallowtide

: All Hallows' Eve, Hallowmas, and All Souls' Day.

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Day of the Dead

Traditions connected with the holiday include building private altars called

ofrendas

, honoring the deceased using sugar skulls, marigolds, and the favorite foods and beverages of the departed, and visiting graves with these as gifts. They also leave possessions of the deceased.

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Day of the Dead

The Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico can be traced back to a pre-Columbian past. Rituals celebrating the deaths of ancestors had been observed by these civilizations perhaps for as long as 2,500–3,000 years.

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Day of the Dead

In the pre-Hispanic era skulls were commonly kept as trophies and displayed during the rituals to symbolize death and rebirth.

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Day of the Dead

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Day of the Dead

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUUAgEWeYeI

3 min Video

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In ancient mythic Hawaii, ancient Hawaiians filled their amazing land and history with Tiki gods.

Tiki

mask

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They were worshipped through human sacrifice, chants (for wealth, death or love), prayers, surfing and lava sledding.

Tiki

mask

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Tiki

mask

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Masquerade Masks

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You will receive a demonstration on how to slab build before starting mask construction

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Materials

1. Red clay

2. Rolling pins

3. Sticks4. Clay tools5. Sketchbooks

Sculpture students can use papier-mâché process, but they must research how to do it on their own

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Before you start your mask,

you must:

1. Decide the type and shape of mask you want2. Research3. Sketch out your

design

4. Ceramics 2 & 3

Have the option to create an altar /

Ofrenda

no more than 12”.

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