Sensorial Art For Space
By tamalee basu - United states
SENSORIAL ART FOR SPACE
Activity Duration: 60 min
Recommended Age: Middle School (6th-8th)
An activity to create sensory-rich artwork which will act as a souvenir from Earth in your space missions. Astronauts often face sensory deprivation, and this will be a great way to help us thrive in space!
There are different types of sensorial art forms that cater to our five senses. Click on the picture on the left to learn about a new way of experiencing paintings.
Sometimes the artwork does not need to be a multi-sensory experience. It could perhaps be inspired by a different sensorial art forms. For e.g., the golden ratio, as found in nature, is implemented in architecture, paintings, as well as, in music.
Watch the video on the left to learn more!
Design an artwork that provides or is based on a multi-sensory experience, using simple materials that would accompany you in your space mission.
Now let’s design your space artwork!
Add a secret message in your art!
Here’s an example of what NASA sent as a secret message for aliens to decode.
SHOW US YOUR SENSORIAL ART CREATIONS. Send us your drawing, pictures, videos or soundbites to SciArt Exchange (submit here) and we will share your creativity with other kids around the world.
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