High school art lesson plans

Enhance your high school art curriculum with these creative and engaging lesson plans. Inspire your students and encourage their artistic expression with these top ideas.
Art Activities For High School, High School Abstract Art Projects, Visual Art Projects High School, Abstract Art Lesson High School, Drawing Class High School, High School Texture Art Projects, Jr High Art Projects Lesson Plans, Color Theory Art Lessons High School, Art Lessons For High School Students

The Arty Teacher. The leading art teacher website in the UK. The Arty Teacher provides art resources to art teachers around the globe.

AvatarL
Lindsay Malings
High school lesson plan High School, Cover Design, Middle School Art, 2d, High School Art Lesson Plans, Graphic Design Lesson Plans, High School Art Lessons, Art Education High School, Graphic Design Lessons

Album Cover Design Lesson - Free download as Word Doc (.doc / .docx), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free. This two-week art lesson teaches students how to design album covers. Students will use acrylic paint to create an original album cover design on a 20" x 20" board. They will learn the key elements of successful album cover design, including maximizing limited space, focusing on a single element, and balancing art and marketing. Over the two weeks, students will…

AvatarJ
Jenny
New on the blog, tips on creating middle school art curriculum. It's all about engagement, building confidence, and scaffolding techniques. Similar to elementary, I like to use the elements of art and principles of design as the backbone of my middle school curriculum. Art, Design, Elementary Art, Middle School Art, Engagements, Middle School Art Projects, Middle School Projects, Middle School Curriculum, Art Lessons Middle School

New on the blog, tips on creating middle school art curriculum. It's all about engagement, building confidence, and scaffolding techniques. Similar to elementary, I like to use the elements of art and principles of design as the backbone of my middle school curriculum.

Avatar
Whitney Panetta