We are pleased to share our art class tutorial this week, on color theory in comics.
Here is a 60 second highlights film of the free Focus comic zoom class. This special event class included students with mixed abilities including those with special needs.
Many thanks to Yvonne Wan, for creating the lesson plan, filming and editing the video assets and leading the class. Many thanks for Douglas Hebert for teaching also.
What you will need for this class:
Pencil, ruler, marker, eraser, coloring tools (such as pencils or markers) and white paper.
Class duration: 60 minutes depending on the child’s abilities.
Here is the art tutorial:
Thank you Arizona commission on the arts (State Agency) for commissioning Yvonne Wan as an art teacher to create 3 online art tutorials about comic art to go on their website. She enjoyed creating the lesson plans, filming and editing. Thank you for also allowing her to share the 3 lesson plans with her students who had a great time.
Teaching Artist: Yvonne Wan
Lesson Title: Color Theory in Comics with Yvonne Wan Lesson
Description: Learn about color theory in comics and how to apply tools and techniques to achieve desired outcomes.
Artistic Discipline: Traditional Arts
Arizona Arts Standards: Artistic Process – Creating Grade 9 -12, Anchor Standard #1 – Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work (VA.CR.1.HS3a) + (VA.CR.1.HS3b) Artistic Process – Creating Grade 9 -12, Anchor Standard #2 – Organize and develop artistic ideas and work (VA.CR.2.HS3a) + (VA.CR.2.HS3c) Artistic Process – Creating Grade 9 -12, Anchor Standard #3 – Refine and complete artistic work (VA.CR.2.HS3b) Artistic Process – Presenting Grade 9-12, Anchor Standard #6 – Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work (VA.PR.6.HS3) Artistic Process – Responding Grade 9-12, Anchor Standard #7 – (VA.RE.7.HS3a) +(VA.RE.7.HS3b) Artistic Process – Connecting Grade 9-12, Anchor Standard #10 – (VA.CN.10.HS3) Artistic Process – Connecting Grade 9-12, Anchor Standard #11 – (VA.CN.11.HS3)
Arizona SEL Competencies: Self-awareness: Identify & label ones feelings. Grounding in & affirming of cultural heritages. Self Management: Setting and achieving goals. Social Awareness: Perspective taking. Empathy. Respect for diversity. Recognizing family, school & community supports. Relationship Skills: Building relationships with diverse individuals and groups. Seeking help. Responsible Decision Making: Reflecting. Ethical Responsibility.
The lesson plan video was produced with funding support from the Arizona Commission on the Arts, an agency of the State of Arizona, through a Virtual Mini-Lesson (VML) Grant. Created in response to the COVID-19 crisis and its impact on traditional spaces for arts learning and education, VML grants provided funding and training to support Arizona teaching artists in the creation of virtual lessons for diverse learners. Grants were awarded to teaching artists throughout Arizona, working in all artistic disciplines. The lesson videos they created are presented free of charge to support educators, parents, and caregivers. These virtual mini-lessons cover a variety of topics, with a focus on mindfulness, fun, and relief for learners and their caregivers through COVID-19 and beyond.