Frida Kahlo is regarded as one of the most significant artists of the twentieth century. Through the representation of her body she explored aspects of her autobiography, the construction of identity, female experience, gender boundaries and subverted stereotypical representations of women and their bodies in art. This lesson asks the learner to consider her body […]
Poster available for order from https://www.lgbtyouth.org.uk/ “We have a range of materials which are for display in Scottish schools. 1) Posters 2) Postcard 3) Pocket sized cards for young people 4) Posters specifically for staff areas in schools
KS3 Frida Kahlo Lesson supplied by Northern Ireland The Education Equality Curriculum Guide This Guide was written and compiled by Joanna Cowley, a former teacher and Cara-Friend’s Education Training Officer. for more information click here
Lesson Title: Three Lessons under the umbrella title “Think Before You Say Things” Subject: Art Overview: This set includes three art lesson plans that could be used during No Name-Calling Week. The lessons will lead educators step by step in engaging their students in thought, dialogue and creative expression around name-calling and bullying in their […]
This lesson provides learners an opportunity to study the work of gay artists Gilbert and George. It will require them to produce a piece of drawing in the style of Gilbert and George
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