Artist Clementine Hunter (3rd - 6th Grades)

Artist Clementine Hunter (3rd - 6th Grades)

Unleash the artist within as students in grades 3 to 6 discover the remarkable life and artwork of African American painter Clementine Hunter. Our passionate educators guide young learners through an exploration of her masterpieces, offering insights into her artistic brilliance and unique style.

Through engaging language-focused exercises and craft activities, students analyze the themes and symbolism in Clementine Hunter's artwork while honing their own artistic skills. In this immersive and interactive class, students have the opportunity to express their creativity, share their work, and gain a deeper understanding of artistic expression.

In this nurturing environment, our educators inspire a love for language, creativity, and self-expression while celebrating the contributions of Clementine Hunter to American art history. By exploring her work, students are encouraged to find their own artistic voices and create meaningful connections between art and history.

Learning goals:

  • Students will learn the various elements of analyzing art.
  • Students will create a painting design using Alma Thomas's style and technique.
  • It is a goal for students to use painting as a form of expression that allows them to grow in creativity.
  • Students will learn how to analyze paintings using visual and performing arts strategies.
  • Students will have fun!
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