Four different examples of bookmaking projects for students to create. The first three examples were primarily used with a printmaking unit. The students would use the paper that was printed upon and use the folding techniques shown to be incorporated into the books. The third example is the easiest to create. By providing additional sleeve space on either side of the print you may decide how many additional prints to add. Each cover can be created with a cardboard base and covered with a printed, marbleized, or collage paper. Before attaching the covered paper, insert an end of a ribbon to be adhered between the cardboard and cover paper. The last book is a kaleidoscope book that practices on symmetry and color schemes.
Reviewing the work of masks from multiple cultures.
High school Art Foundations students focus on volume, mass, shape, and balance with this sculptural project.