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This programme focuses on contemporary art.
It is argued that traditional art teaching can create a barrier for those who fear they cannot draw. To overcome this, Henry Ward, head of the faculty of media and visual arts at Welling Specialist Art School, has adopted a contemporary approach and teaches photography as a way into composition and art appreciation.
This programme follows a Year 8 classroom project five weeks in. Henry uses film genre photographs to inspire his class to create their own ideas and compositions. Paul Dash, lecturer in education at Goldsmiths College, comments on this and outlines the positive effect contemporary approaches to art can have on students.
The programme follows the four stages of the project:
Read a review of this video on the Teacher Training Resource Bank site.
Part of the series: Primary TAs