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Encouraging students to imagine a piece of art (or series of artworks) in its entirety before commencing with a new project can improve the quality of their creative output.
A simple yet inexpensive way to get students thinking about how artworks are ‘choreographed’ rather than simply thrown together, is to study triptychs. They provide the ideal inspiration for large-scale and collaborative works in the classroom and can be recreated with inexpensive materials such as MDF and timber battening.