Our French teacher, Maude, made a tutorial for you! This diorama is a great mountain landscape in a box.
Ok, but what’s a diorama?
A diorama is a model representing a scene with three-dimensional aspects, either in miniature or as a large-scale museum exhibit. This miniature display represents a scene from nature, a historical event, or the like, using stuffed wildlife, wax figures, real objects, etc., in front of a painted or photographed background.
Sounds interesting! Any more details?
The Palais de Tokyo located in Paris is a vibrant, bold, and pioneering place for artists in Europe. Watch their kid-friendly diorama video here.
Now, it’s your turn!
Put on your artist’s cap and create a diorama. Don’t forget to send us photos of your creations at firstname.lastname@example.org We are excited to see your dioramas!
To help you getting started we have listed some themes and material you can use !
- House or doll house
- Paint and brushes
- Color pencils
- Glitter, sequins
- Tree leaves
- Cotton balls
- Tooth picks
Maude grew up in Paris, she moved and lived in Istanbul and Dubai where she worked in corporate companies in communication & events and taught french before moving to Boston. She enjoys sharing the french culture and is passionate about connecting with people. Maude loves traveling and discovering new cultures. She is a dynamic and creative teacher making her classes interactive for students by focusing on encouraging conversations.See All Maude's Posts