The Tate Modern is a Modern Art Gallery in London.
They have a load of fun quizzes and games.
Try this one ... making street art.
How to ensure that you are keeping a safe distance from others?
Check out what some people all over the world are doing to ensure safe distances. In China, school children took their inspiration from hats the emperors wore during the Song Dynasty (a long long long long time ago, 960 - 1279).
Or try designing furniture or decor to distance people ...
Give yourself a challenge with google quick draw. If you don't want to be on the computer ... get your family together, cut up some paper into small pieces, write things on the pieces of paper (I mean 'things' ... you know ... cup, baseball bat, eye ball, crab, trumpet, etc.), put the pieces of paper in a hat or box. Pull out a piece of paper and draw it in under 20 seconds while your family guesses what it is you are trying to draw. Collect points. Or just play Pictionary.
I was inspired by the Spanish Street Artist Pejac to play with what I see out my window.
What do you see out your window?
From the Inside Out.
What you need: Paper or black construction paper, pencil, eraser, black marker, scissors, tape and a window.
Click the 'read more' for instructions on how I made my window pictures.
This time I was inspired by a picture article in the Guardian online news(paper?).
Creating random found object art in your window for the neighbours to enjoy.
Boredom itself can be remarkably interesting and photographing boring things - everyday objects, routine items, practical things, etc. (even boredom itself) - can bring rewards.
Find some particularly boring objects.
Everyday life things, like paper, spoons, old shoes, grass, a muffin, a napkin, boxes, plastic bag, etc, and experiment.
Try taking pictures of them in different ways.
Think about ...
Contrast: If your object is light put it against a dark backdrop. If your object is dark put it against a light backdrop. Can you put your object somewhere it would not normally be?
Take your time taking the photos.
ART! with Sonya McRae
Are you missing Art? Art is missing you! There is an ART! google classroom that you are welcome to join for more art projects and art fun.