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In this first video art lesson, students will be introduced to the history of Métis beadwork, and the artwork of Métis artist Amy Malbeuf, currently on display at the Richmond Art Gallery. Gallery educator Melanie Devoy then demonstrates the technique of pointillism and guides students to make an artwork inspired by beadwork traditions. To see more of Amy’s work, check out the Labour’s trace exhibition.
If you want to share your art online, post with #RAGatHome or #RichmondConnects.
To learn more, check out these related links:
Labour’s trace exhibition page
Video Interview with artist Amy Malbeuf
Labour’s Trace Teacher Guide
“Who are the Métis?” Lesson 1 of the Grade 4 Cross Curricular Teacher guide created by the Métis Nation of BC
Above: Lesson Plan: Métis Beading with Pointillism