LOUVRE - DNP MUSEUM LAB
LOUVRE - DNP MUSEUM LAB
  • Tokyo-Paris: Two LDMLs
Presentation organinzed by :
  • LOUVRE
  • DNP

Workshops held to date

Workshops held to date Vol. 18

Trial workshops - approaches to sculpted forms: Representation of space

These workshops draw attention to the differences between Western and Japanese landscape painting in the use of modeling and rendering, focusing on the distinctive ways in which they represent form and color, light and shadow.

In practice (4):

Art appreciation workshop: "The Space-Time Travel Agency: Our Top Destinations This Season!"

Venue: Auditorium of the DNP Gotanda Building
Date: Monday July 29, 2013 from 11am to 12pm
Participants: 19 students, members of the Art Club of Middle School No. 1 (Adachi Ward, Tokyo)
Facilitator: Noriko HIRAOKA (teacher)

System used
8 tablets, mainframe computer, 1 projector

Workshop outline

1. Presentation on the Louvre Museum.
2. Using the provided digital tablets, each group of students discusses how to organize 8 landscapes installed on the tablets (4 Western paintings from the Louvre collections and 4 Japanese works), into various thematic groupings.
3. Group discussion of the differences in representational methods between Western and Japanese painting.
4. Division of the students into small groups. Each group selects one of the artworks and imagines themselves as narrators of a TV program documenting a voyage to the scene depicted in the painting, describing what they find there.

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