This year, we will run special program which is an opportunity to present street art to our Year 6 students in the classroom environment. This is also an opportunity to reflect on many of our school values.

Street Art is a fantastic art form that the students are already familiar with. Street Art has already become part of the fabric of Melbourne and we have become internationally known for our Street Art alleyways.

We will look at many examples and students will have complete direction of their very own full size skateboard deck. They will choose how to shape the plain wooden skateboard deck into an awesome piece of art. 

We will cover a number of techniques, processes and media and related art history as part of the program. Each week students will be guided through the process of creating the artwork, starting with research, drawing, and then through the process of creating their own Street Art creation.

Program Overview

Term 3

Week 1 – Introduction: Overview of Street Art Unit

Week 2 – Activity: Bubble Name: Technique Activity

Week 3 – Visual Arts Appreciation: focus on the ideas and insights the artist is trying to relay and hence understanding the work aesthetically using the language of vision. Excellent opportunity for creative higher order thinking.


Week 4 – Street Art Project: Student Choice – Persuasive Writing or Information Poster

Week 5 – Activity: Bubble Name/Tag

Week 6 – Activity: Stencils

Week 7 – Activity: Stencils

Week 8 – Activity: Stencils

Week 9 – Allocation for timetable disruptions

Week 10 – Allocation for timetable disruptions

Week 11 – Allocation for timetable disruptions

Term 4

Week 1 – TBC

Week 2 – TBC

Week 3 – TBC

Week 4 – TBC

Week 5 – TBC

Week 6 – Completion of skateboard. Submission of all activity pieces and projects.