Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Immersion assembly

This term is term 4 and it is another term of excitement. Then we went to class and saw posters and pictures of patterns and famous paintings so we knew that this term had something to do with art. As that second bell went we hoped in a line and walked to the hall ready for immersion assembly. We sat down and got ready. “I can’t wait to see all of the performances and movies for this term” I thought to myself.

“Give a big round of applause to Team 1” Mr. Burt announced as ge was walking down the middle of the hall. Then the team 1 teachers came up on stage and the music started. As soon as they walked up they were throwing balls and pretending to be at the beach. They were throwing chocolate fish to the audience “Woo Hooo” Cheered the people catching the chocolate fish before they ate it then they finished and the music stopped and they walked down off the stage. “ Give another round of applause to team 1”  Then there were other cool and exciting performances all the way up to team 6.

A few minutes after the other teams my favorite team, Team 5 went up on stage with these cool but weird paintings in their hands and a portrait of themselves taped onto their torso’s. When they went up on stage one of the teacher said through the microphone “ Hello we are team 4 and we are learning about the famous artist and paintings you may of seen before”  Soon after she said that she went to the first artist Fatu Fe’u the Samoan artist and looked at her art. Her art was Samoan patterns it was a very intricate pattern . And then she rushed over to to another artist named Andy Warhol with his cool pop art. Andy Warhol made a movie 6 hours long with a guy just sleeping for 6 hours, and he also drew the can of tomato soup. Looking at the next con-tester she leaps over to Vincent Van Gogh with the bandaged ear. Vincent Van Gogh drew the famous painting The starry night. “ why has he got a bandage on his head?” I Asked my friend.

And then there were others like Pablo Picasso whose art was the cubism, then there was Monet with the really cool french accent. After that the judge ran over to George Seurat with the pointillism dotted art.  And lucky last there was a New Zealand designer who designed things for New Zealand companies. Then we all went back to class and started the new term.

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