Giant art 3: Cubism

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By Robert Wattsco-editor of Teaching Art and Design 3-11 (Continuum Books) and Programme Convener for the MA Art, Craft and Design Education at Roehampton University

Robert Watts goes all retro by seeking inspiration from that Seventies classic, the Rubik’s Cube

For the final part of our giant art series, children will collaborate to create huge 3D puzzles inspired by that symbol of the 1970s, the Rubik’s Cube. Groups of children will transform cardboard boxes into colourful cuboids, before assembling them into one large structure. This structure can then be rearranged to change its appearance every day, providing your classroom with a striking piece of art that children will find both intriguing and challenging.

Making the giant Rubik’s Cube!

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