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辛斯代爾藝術中心運用Henry Moore 的雕塑作品啟發孩子們的藝術心智

Henry Moore-inspired Sculpture Classes to Let Children Bend Minds around Art at Hinsdale Center for the Arts

辛斯代爾藝術中心運用Henry Moore 的雕塑作品啟發孩子們的藝術心智

 

在辛斯代爾藝術中心的周六課堂上,當孩子們把手中的二維線條設計轉變成三維的抽象雕塑時,就像鐵絲一樣,他們的心智也重新塑形。中心開設的兩門新課程《在雕塑中探索》和《第三維度》,通過Henry Moore的作品啟發孩子們創作固體結構,教會孩子們思考空間的正負層面。授課老師Niema Qureshi 曾就讀于切爾西藝術與設計學院,獲得純美術碩士學位。

 

 

Students will reshape their minds, as well as wire, when they translate their two-dimensional line designs into a three-dimensional abstract sculpture in one of the Saturday programs for kids at the Hinsdale Center for the Arts.

 

Using the work of Henry Moore as inspiration, the solid forms they create teach them to consider both positive and negative space. Two new 3-D art classes are offered at HCA. They are Explorations in Sculpture and The Third Dimension. Taught by Niema Qureshi, a practicing artist and art educator, the classes focus on the four basic sculpture techniques of carving, modeling, casting and construction.

 

Qureshi was born in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. She grew up in England and studied at Oxford Brookes University, where she completed a bachelor’s degree with honors in visual studies, and a master’s degree in fine art at Chelsea College of Art and Design in London. After moving to the U.S., she worked as a museum educator at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, Terra Museum of American Art, and the Art Institute of Chicago. She currently teaches sculpture courses and teacher workshops at the Marwen in Chicago.

 

(英文信息來自倫敦藝術大學)

 

 

 

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