Art and Design
Social and Emotional Health
With the help of the NPC Villager and the Creatubbles platform kids share their REAL artworks, drawings and paintings in a virtual Louvre Museum.
November 30, 2016
Real art within Minecraft: IMPOSSIBLE! Really?!?
The ExhibitingAtTheLouvreMuseum World
The file of the ExhibitingAtTheLouvreMuseum World
What better way to use the best-selling PC game of all time together with drawings and paintings, artworks and other physical objects as a result of creativity, curiosity or tinkering activities: isn’t that a great way to promote STEAM activities and let kids get closer to art ? Have you ever seen how the TATE Modern museum of London decided to allow kids to “enjoy artworks like never before” exploring “imaginary worlds inspired by famous paintings and the real-life places they depict” ?
Have a look here.
Interesting, isn’t it? But let our kids be the real protagonists; let them use their physical artworks in their virtual Minecraft worlds. They don’t need to be still passive spectators in the age of the new technologies and they should also discoverer the beauty of the ART.
Have a look at the painter Benedetta inside the Louvre Museum and how she is sharing her painting.
Kids should receive the "worldbuilder" ability only when they are ready to create their own NPC Villager, but they must be careful to DON'T use the left click while having the wordbuilder ability... because they will kill the NPC Villager !!! So they must first be confident with their own NPC Villager and then ask the teacher to remove the worldbuilder ability once shared the link to their real creations.
There is also a modern museum near the Louvre that needs to be completed and personalized.
The Louvre Museum is inspired by the great work of ronman101;
The modern Museum is inspired by the great work of Antonove;
Kids are motivated to create more real artworks with "old technologies", using their hands and their creativity to share within a virtual museum.
They dress the part of the artist for a day !!!
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