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Kevin Clifford - teachers
You can include ArtisanCam in your teaching in a number of ways, from classroom activities guided by the classroom workshop video clips to research using timelapse, techniques, influences or questions sections or using the interactive online learning tools. Featured artists usually have seven sections and the table below will tell you what you should expect to see:
general
Kevin Clifford is based in Devon. The video clips were made with funding from Cumbria and Lancashire Education Online and the support of Arts Council of England North West .

Dance companies featured include

Company Fierce
Wired Aerial Theatre
Ludas Dance


cross curricular
timelapse
The Kevin Clifford timelapse section shows the entire story of the production of twelve images featuring dancers from the North West of England. The dancers are photographed in various locations, including in a lake in the Lake District and on the outside wall of the FACT building in Liverpool.
See also
Gallery
Kevin Clifford
FACT
techniques
The Kevin Clifford techniques section shows the stages of production of the DanceScape pictures featuring North West UK based dancers, featuring dancers from Ludas Dance, Wired Aerial, Chameleon and Company Fierce dance companies. The dancers are professionally trained and have safety teams present; please do not try to emulate any of the scenarios featured in the video clips.
See also
Classroom workshop
Gallery
Kevin Clifford

influences
Kevin Clifford visited the Royal United Hospital in Bath to see the Royal Photographic Society annual print touring exhibtion in order to discuss the background to his work and his likes and dislikes. Artist/photographers featured are Yongkang Zhu, Christopher Davy, Agatha Anne Bunanta, and Marko Dutka.
See also
Timelapse
Gallery
Royal Photographic Society
Art at RUS Bath

classroom workshops
The digital photography classroom workshop was led by artist Amanda Kennington. Amanda shows examples of artists who use expression and perspective in their work and then shows the young people how to use the same techniques. The workshop culminates in some outside shots using cheap animal masks. The pupils involved in this workshop were Yr11 and 12 working in groups of two and three. The movement photos require a tripod. Digital cameras with memory cards are preferred because they allow the pupils to take many more images before having to download to a laptop or desktop computer. Remember you will need the usb cable to connect to a laptop or other computer. The movement photos can be improved by using the camera with the flash on. Plain clothes for the pupils being photographed works best.

See also
Rebecca Chesney Classroom workshop, Photography
Amanda Kennington
Umlando classroom workshop, Photoshop

  • Questions
    The Kevin Clifford questions section was filmed as part of live webcasts with the artist.
    See also
    Timelapse
    Gallery

  • questions
    Kevin Clifford questions were filmed as part of live webcasts with schools
    See also
    Timelapse
    Gallery

    other interesting sites (relating to this terms activity)

    Wang Qingsong www.Wang Qingsong

    Northern Stage www.northernstage.co.uk

    Kevin Clifford www.kevinclifford.co.uk

    CLEO cleo.net.uk

    National Society for Education in Art and Design www.nsead.org

    An online resource for educational specialists, resources and support www.educationalists.co.uk

    Gateway to over 3,000 UK Museums, Galleries and Heritage Attractions www.24hourmuseum.org.uk
    activity - Photoshoot