Yayoi Kusama (Outdoor Learning)

Yayoi Kusama (Outdoor Learning)

Yayoi Kusama is a Japanese artist known as ‘the princess of polka dots’. Although she makes lots of different types of art such as paintings, sculptures, performances and installations – they all have one common trait, DOTS! In KS2, we use Outdoor/Indoor Chunking method to take parts of lessons outside so that quality and depth of understanding are still embedded.  

 

This lesson will involve the children : 

  • Using natural resources
  • Keeping active
  • How to sustainably practice art
  • Art Installations
  • Natural and environmental art

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