Gradient labs is an interactive art history website that allows students to click on a variety of different art movements located on a timeline from 1920-1970. In this case I would utilise this digital informative website to answer specific Art History question on Andy Warhol's art, inspiration and techniques.
Q1: In 1963 Andy Warhol created art paintings titled 'Liz'. List 3 underpinning reasons why Andy Warhol decided to make this piece?
Q2:Name 2 art pieces that Andy Walhol is famous for and what makes them unique in 50 words.
Snap a picture, choose a filter to transform its look and feel, then post to Instagram. Share to Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr too – it's as easy as pie. It's photo sharing, reinvented.
Oh yeah, did we mention it’s free?
Claire Lauren Fountain's insight:
Instagram is a useful site I would use to get my students in my Visual Arts class to post their art online. It's free, fun, and simple way to make and share photos and could be utilised in marking by leaving comments at the bottom of the image. Instagram is available as an app and online in google making it easily accessable for myself and students. With photo editing capabilities, this resource could be used as a digital portfolio for the students.
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