5/6P

BACKING TRACK

VOCAL TRACK

Congratulations drama students! Your final iMovie performances are fantastic! Please comment on your performance, the process and the final piece. Also, please comment on areas that you believe could be improved (performance and use of iMovie as a method of presentation).

Family of Philip IV from marg weston on Vimeo.

TERM 3, 2013 DRAMA

 

 

Still Life Comes Alive! Drama Unit 2013

5/6 art credits.

 

Artist:    Georges Seurat
         French, 1859-1891

Title:  A Sunday on La Grande Jatte — 1884, 1884–86

Medium:  Oil on canvas
81 3/4 x 121 1/4 in. (207.5 x 308.1 cm)

 

 

 

http://www.artic.edu/aic/collections/artwork/27992

 

 

 

The Card Players, 1890–92

Paul Cézanne (French, 1839–1906)

Oil on canvas

25 3/4 x 32 1/4 in. (65.4 x 81.9 cm

 

Artist:  Velázquez, Diego Rodríguez de Silva y

Title : Las Meninas, or The Family of Felipe IV

Chronology : Ca. 1656

Technique:  Oil on canvas

Measures: 318 cm x 276 cm

http://www.museodelprado.es/en/the-collection/online-gallery/on-line-gallery/obra/the-family-of-felipe-iv-or-las-meninas/

 

 

Artist Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775‑1851)

Title: The Wreck of a Transport Ship

Date: c.1810

Medium:  Oil paint on canvas

Dimensions: 1727 x 2412 mm

http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/turner-the-wreck-of-a-transport-ship-tw0955

Title: Sailing the Catboat

Artist: Winslow Homer

Around 1875

Medium: Watercolor
Dimensions: 19.1 x 34.9 cm
Location: Private collection

 

 

 

 

Artist: Pierre-Auguste RENOIR

Title: Luncheon of the Boating Party

Location: The Phillips Collection, Washington DC

Dimensions: 1.30m x 1.73m

Created: 1880–1881

Media: Oil paint

Period: Impressionism

 

Art Comes to Life on PhotoPeach

 

 

DIEGO VELAZQUEZ  – THE FAMILY OF PHILIP IV

 

 SHIPWRECK ARTIST INFORMATION LINK

 

semester one 56P 2013 from marg weston on Vimeo.

 

 

 

Thank you Mister Carr
Someone throw party at St Kevin’s School
We need to say a thankyou to somebody who’ll
Has helped us get through such a difficult time
He put in so much effort and layed it one the line

Pre-Chorus

(Whisper)

Misterr Caaaaaarr
Acting Principal Mr Caaaaaaarr
Thank you Mister Carr

Chorus
Mister Carr
Oh Yeah Mister Carr
If you need someone to turn to
We know just where you are

(guitars)

Thank you Mr Carr for all the things you’ve done
Thank you Mr Carr you’re the number one
Yelling at us to keep us safe
Supporting us on those difficult day

(whisper)
Misterr Caaaaaarr
Acting Principal Mr Caaaaaaarr
Thank you Mister Carr

Chorus
Mister Carr
Oh Yeah Mister Carr
If you need someone to turn to
We know just where you are

(instrumental)

He turns up to school and he’s never late
Thank you Mr Carr for teaching us sport
Helping us out when we need your support

(whisper)
Misterr Caaaaaarr
Acting Principal Mr Caaaaaaarr
Thank you Mister Carr

Chorus
Mister Carr
Oh Yeah Mister Carr
If you need someone to turn to
We know just where you are

(whisper)
Misterr Caaaaaarr
Acting Principal Mr Caaaaaaarr
Thank you Mister Carr

(whisper)
Misterr Caaaaaarr
Acting Principal Mr Caaaaaaarr
Thank you Mister Carr

PERFORMING ARTS 2013

 Create an account on this amazing learning link and explore, learn, create and have heaps of fun!!

Watch this page for some exciting 5/6PC Performing Arts achievements, experiences and comments!

Welcome to Term 2 and 3 where we will focus on Performing Arts skills that focus on drama and theatre craft.

Student performers of 5/6PC! Please find below a high school music theatre performance of Do You Hear the People Sing from the musical “Les Miserable”. This is the vision for Rise Up.

Decisions need to be made by Monday next week as to whether the performance ends with Rise Up or We’re Not Gonna Take it or a combination of both. After listening to both you need to make a decision based on which will best help tell the story of Eureka and standing up for your rights and also entertain the audience and allow you to showcase your performance skills.

Rise Up audio track  04 Rise Up

Rise Up Lyrics

It was in the year 1854, that the men of Eureka rose.
To put an end to the desperates and, the ones who were condemned.
And they made a play and a gallant stand against might and tyranny.
And in the dawn they were driven down, but they won the victory.
Rise up, Rise up, the Eureka men, Rise up we need you here.
For the principles, we fought and died, for a compromise in fear.
For freedom sings a freedom song, and sing it loud and clear
That we nevermore will surrender to the politics of fear

Well the tyranny were upon us now, drives hard like wind and rain
Their mean spirited vision of, our hard work freedoms gain.
You’ve never thought not to comfort from the lies they do profess
For time will tell who rose or fell and who has won the day.

When justice calls let the shadows fall on the bounds of misery,
Where they’ve driven down without a crown, as we write our destiny
For freedom sings a freedoms song, and sing it loud and clear
That we nevermore will surrender to the politics of fear

Rise up, Rise up, the Eureka men, and help us to stand tall
For we need your spirit here again in the land that once stood tall.
For the ones who win the run of power, take warning from my song
For power used unwisely will be righted from the wrong.
Take heart, take heart men and women now, take heart when freedom’s gone
When we stand together, all as one, then greater might shall fall
For freedom sings a freedoms song, and sing it loud and clear
That we nevermore will surrender to the politics of fear
That we nevermore will surrender to the politics of fear
Here is We’re Not Gonna Take It. What do you think?

HA HA HIYA!! – You need to be focused, really alert and aware of what’s going on around you to stay in this DRAMA GAME!!

What is a monologue? This short video may help to get an idea of monologue. Do you think she is convincing?

In Term One the 5/6 learning focus has been on recorder playing skills and reading music notation. Grock Rock is in the style of Rock and Roll and features three different sections of varying skill level. All students displayed great commitment to playing their nominated section to the best of their ability.

What do you believe are your strengths and challenges when learning to play the descant recorder? What are your ideas for future learning of the recorder at St Kevins?

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