staging classic paintings

a compilation of inspiring examples for staging classic paintings in photo and film

a great variety staged classic paintings was also published on Booooom

and Adobe on Informatione Libera.

Emanuela Pulvirenti  has another concept of staged paintings, using a digital backdrop, which needs some preparation:

Here more works by Emanuela Pulvirenti and her students part II and part III

Adad Hannah works on elaborated staged paintings:

 

 

 

Sofia Color

Last summer I met Sophia Color, a charismatic  artist from Venezuela, dedicated to the the power of color. “Oh, your blog is missing color in your list of categories!”, she told me.  Yes, because color is everywhere 😀 But it’s time for a post on color, with great research by didatticarte.

Sophia founded Cromática and whenever you need a specialist on color (she worked with universities & TV stations) for professional advise or guest teaching, contact her on fb

 

about Color on diddadicarte (Part I)

color on diddadicarte Part II

about blue color

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refugee photo project

an 8th grade school kid in Germany works on a photo project about refugees in her hometown.  Maybe I should start a similar project in my school?

Many of my friends are involved in projects helping refugees from Syria and other countries. My school will start a peace choir concert in the town hall together with singers from local refugee camps.

The fate of the refugees reminds us of our own history.The city I live in since 10 years was almost completly destroyed in World War II, so I started a interactive photo project to discover present and past of my town: http://teachingart.de/heilbronn

town-hall

Heilbronn was destroyed 4th December 1944 (city close to Heidelberg).

(to be continued)

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