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A Children’s Book “A Brief History of Art through the Tools of an Artist”

Student: Maria Ogneva

Supervisor: Uliana Aristova

Faculty: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Educational Programme: Contemporary Design in the Teaching of Fine Arts and Technology at School (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

For my graduation project, I created a book A Brief History of Art Through Artistic Instruments. The book features many "wild" techniques that any child would love. Young readers will have the opportunity to play savages or travel to the African tribe and create their amulet masks. Aboriginal art plays an important role in preserving indigenous culture. It is a powerful educational tool. The book also introduces the essential elements of indigenous art in Australia, the world's oldest and most enduring artistic tradition. Unlike Western art movements, Aboriginal art continues to evolve, drawing on a range of styles and techniques that link the past to the present through a visual tradition based on cultural stories from "Dreams".

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