AXE 3: ART & POWER
Key question: Does Art reflect the world we live in?
Art can act like a mirror to life, showing us the world in a new and vivid manner.
Art can be used to change the way we look at the world, our society and even ourselves.
DEBATING: What is art for you?
Read the following article: https://panthernow.com/2017/11/17/art-reflection-society-times/
Recap in French what you have understood about:
Literature & Art
Religion & Art
A heirloom = un objet de famille, un héritage
Art is a reflection on society and the times
There are many people who dismiss the arts as insignificant with no lasting impact in comparison to technologies that revolutionize the world. Artists aren't looked up to with the same reverence as
Meet KEITH HARING, a renowned artist and political activist
Keith Haring was born on May 4, 1958 in Reading, Pennsylvania, and was raised in nearby Kutztown, Pennsylvania. He developed a love for drawing at a very early age, learning basic cartooning skills
Five Things to Know: Keith Haring - List | Tate
I wanted intensity from my art and I wanted intensity for my life. The only place to go was New York. For me, 1978 was a totally fresh beginning. Imagining shadows. Ignoring truth. Blank stare with
HOMEWORK: LISTENING COMPREHENSION
Title: Upfest 2016, Street Art and Graffiti Festival crowdfunding
Listen and make an account of what you have understood in French.
Describe the event and explain the goals of the video
TO WHAT EXTENT ARE MUSIC FESTIVALS POLITICAL?
Listen to the following video: "Extinction Parade: Glastonbury's fight for climate change" and make an account of what you have understood in French.
LOVE MUSIC HATE RACISM
Read the following article and make an account of it in French.
Bringing communities together through music
Join The Campaign, Sign Up To Our Mailing List Your browser does not support the video tag. I suggest you upgrade your browser. #BeautifulResistance Love Music Hate Racism (LMHR) uses the energy and
The Best Protest Songs In History: Timeless Political Anthems
From unflinching portrayals of racial hatred to hard-hitting invective against injustice, demands for equality, and even stadium anthems with a subversive message, the best protest songs speak not ...
HOMEWORK 2: Read the document THE WORLD THROUGH ART
What information is given? Recap what you have understood in French.
STREET ART TELLS US ABOUT THE WORLD
MISSION 1: What do you know about this man?
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MISSION 2: Season's Greetings
Look at this mural by Banksy and present it in the oral
BACKGROUND INFORMATION: In July 2018, a cloud of smoke from a factory in the city covered everything with dust: the streets, animals, cars and houses…
- Introduce the document
- Describe the scene and explain
- Interpret the scene. What is the author’s goal/purpose/aim?
Season's greetings, the Banksy mural in Port Talbot transforms snowflakes into air pollution - LifeGate
A child apparently enjoys eating snowflakes. But turning the corner, we find out it's actually ash from a dumpster fire that they're catching on their tongue. Anonymous guerrilla street artist ...