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Позакласний захід з англійської мови по темі "Українське мистецтво" для 10-го класу

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Позакласний захід з англійської мови по темі «Українське мистецтво»

для 10-го класу

1. Привітання. Тема. Good morning, students! My name’s Liliya Mykhailivna. I’m happy to see you at our school. I’m convinced that you liked our performance on the stage.

Now we’re going to talk about a very interesting topic. But first let’s guess it. On the screen you see three pictures. What do they have in common?

(Shevchenko, a painting by Gapchinska, the National Museum of Arts of Ukraine)

So, they are all related to Ukrainian painting. And this is our topic.

2. Стилі. What genres of painting do you know? (classicism, impressionism, cubism, futurism, abstractionism, realism and others)

3. Поділ на групи.  Ok, and now to do the next task you should split into groups. You should find the name of the painting, the painter who created it and the place where this painting is held now.  Those people will form one group.

1) Taras / Shevchenko/ Kateryna / Taras Shevchenko / National Museum

2) “The Mona / Lisa” / Leonardo / da Vinci / the Louvre

3) “The Starry / Night” /  Van / Gogh / New York’s Museum  of Contemporary Art

4) “ #5, 1948” / Jackson / Pollock  / Private / Collection

5) “The Ninth Wave” / Ivan / Aivazovsky / the State / Russian Museum

Ok, and now let’s read the names of paintings, painters and the museums.

Do you know which one is the most expensive?

I see you are great connoisseurs of painting.

4.  Опис картин. And now look at the pictures. All of them were painted by Ukrainian artists. Can you guess which is the most expensive painting?

Ok, give the number from 1 to 5.

Work with your partners and find the information about your painting. Use the internet to search for

1) the artist’s name

2) the style of the picture

3) its price

Choose one person to represent the information.

Put down the prices on the board. Which is the most expensive painting? Why did it cost so much? Are you surprised? Which is the least expensive?

5. Reading . Ok, and now we’re going to read a short text about Ivan Marchuk.

Read and say wich information surprised you.

Text     What surprised me is that ….

6. Відео. And now watch the video representing Ivan Marchuk’s paintings.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVlswpSvRLo

Answer the question: Would you visit his exhibition if you had a chance? Why? Why not?

 

7. What conclusion can we make?  

So, thank you for your work. I’m sure our lesson was useful for you.

Ukrainian artist Ivan Marchuk

Ivan Marchuk was born in Moskalivka, a village in Ternopil Oblast in the family of a renowned weaver. In Soviet times, his paintings were under constant scrutiny by the KGB. In 1988, the National Union of Artists refused to officially recognize his work, but by then he had more than 15 exhibitions in different cities of the former USSR. In the late 1980s he emigrated to Australia, then travelled to Canada and the USA. But, he was always drawn back to his native land.  

 The artist works tirelessly to create his own pictorial style. He finds inspiration in the most ordinary things. He has created his own art technique, which he calls “Pliontanism”. Instead of painting with the usual strokes, he traces and weaves amazing lace networks on his canvas.

“If you look at a painting from a distance, you’ll see an ordinary landscape, but when you come a little closer, you notice that unusual threads are woven throughout the painting.” says  Maksym Voloshyn, director of Mystetska Zbirka Art Gallery. After years of intensive work, Ivan Marchuk admits that art is both a revelation and a lot of hard work. He dreams of resting and relaxing, but returns to his studio every morning.

In October 2007, Marchuk was included in Britain’s list of “top living geniuses”, drawn up by the Daily Telegraph. The International Academy of Modern Art in Rome admitted Ivan Marchuk to the Golden Guild and elected him Honourary Member of the Academy’s Scientific Council (the Golden Guild includes 51 artists from around the world).

Marchuk rarely gives away his paintings as gifts and almost never sells them, which surprises art collectors who are willing to fork out hundreds of thousands. He confesses that he worries about them like a father worries over his children. However, he searches for inspiration every day, continues to paint and dream…

Ukrainian artist Ivan Marchuk

Ivan Marchuk was born in Moskalivka, a village in Ternopil Oblast in the family of a renowned weaver. In Soviet times, his paintings were under constant scrutiny by the KGB. In 1988, the National Union of Artists refused to officially recognize his work, but by then he had more than 15 exhibitions in different cities of the former USSR. In the late 1980s he emigrated to Australia, then travelled to Canada and the USA. But, he was always drawn back to his native land.  

 The artist works tirelessly to create his own pictorial style. He finds inspiration in the most ordinary things. He has created his own art technique, which he calls “Pliontanism”. Instead of painting with the usual strokes, he traces and weaves amazing lace networks on his canvas.

“If you look at a painting from a distance, you’ll see an ordinary landscape, but when you come a little closer, you notice that unusual threads are woven throughout the painting.” says  Maksym Voloshyn, director of Mystetska Zbirka Art Gallery. After years of intensive work, Ivan Marchuk admits that art is both a revelation and a lot of hard work. He dreams of resting and relaxing, but returns to his studio every morning.

In October 2007, Marchuk was included in Britain’s list of “top living geniuses”, drawn up by the Daily Telegraph. The International Academy of Modern Art in Rome admitted Ivan Marchuk to the Golden Guild and elected him Honourary Member of the Academy’s Scientific Council (the Golden Guild includes 51 artists from around the world).

Marchuk rarely gives away his paintings as gifts and almost never sells them, which surprises art collectors who are willing to fork out hundreds of thousands. He confesses that he worries about them like a father worries over his children. However, he searches for inspiration every day, continues to paint and dream…


Taras

Shevchenko

“Kateryna”

Taras Shevchenko

 

National Museum

“The Mona

Lisa”

Leonardo

da Vinci

the Louvre

 

 

“The Starry

Night”

Van

Gogh

New York’s Museum  of Contemporary Art

 

“ #5, 1948”

Jackson

Pollock 

Private

Collection

 

 

“The Ninth Wave”

 

Ivan

Aivazovsky

the State

Russian Museum


 

 

Ukrainian

Painting

 

1) the artist’s name

2) the genre of the painting

3) its price

Картинки по запросу конь вечер

“Horse. Evening”

Картинки по запросу good bye caravaggio

“Goodbye, Caravaggio”

https://static.gazeta.ua/img/cache/gallery/717/717622_3_w_590.jpg?v=0

“It”

Картинки по запросу иван марчук фото

Ivan Marchuk


Картинки по запросу марчук лунніе цветі

“Moon Flowers”

“Раскраска” - это живописная работа из знаменитого цикла “Южный Берег Крыма (ЮБК)”

“Colouring”


 


 


 

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Англійська мова (9-й рік навчання, рівень стандарту) 10 клас (Карпюк О.Д.)
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