Textiles Historical, Cultural & Contemporary Inspiration

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Guide your students through a variety of historical, cultural and contemporary sources of inspiration used by textiles designers.

Increase student creativity by demonstrating the realm of influence and inspiration to your students.

Includes:

• 9-slide PowerPoint presentation with embedded video examples
• 8-page Textiles student worksheet
• Teacher suggested answers

Use this resource to assist in covering key content areas from within Textiles.

Relevant to:

NSW Year 9 and 10 Textiles Technology

  • investigate historical, cultural and contemporary sources of inspiration used by textiles designers, for example: (ACTDEK040)
    • cultural traditions represented by Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander designers in hand-printed fabrics
    • Japanese culture represented in shibori
    • historical silhouettes represented in contemporary fashions
    • environmental and sustainable influences on contemporary design
  • explore historical, cultural and/or contemporary sources of inspiration used by textile designers, for example:

– Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural knowledge represented in hand-printed fabrics

– mapping stories and histories on possum skin cloaks

– Japanese culture represented in shibori

 

NSW Year 11 and 12 Textiles and Design

Area of Study: Design

H6.1 analyses the influence of historical, cultural and contemporary developments on textiles

  • analyse significant cultural/ historical and contemporary influences
  • communicate the justification of creative and/or innovative design

QLD QCAA Fashion Applied Senior Syllabus 2019:

Core topic 1: Fashion culture

Content: Fashion history and trends

  • historical trends and cultural differences in fashion the depth of
    investigation depends on the fashion context and design challenge being undertaken, e.g. in a design challenge with an adornment (accessory) context asking students to create a range of men’s ties, the history of the tie could be explored
  • different influences on fashion including culture, history, function (e.g. occasion, employment or recreation requirements), economic considerations, personal taste, peer group, availability and trends

WA Materials Design and Technology

Content: Design

Design Fundamentals and Skills

historical, social and cultural sources of design inspiration

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    Catherine Woods (Verified user)

    auNew South Wales, Australia

    This looks colourful, current and engaging for students.

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