Program 1: Walking the Line
REBECCA GALLION has worked with students at Rowan County Middle School in Morehead and Minors Lane
Elementary in Louisville, as well as with social service and arts organizations. She has also served as
education outreach coordinator for the J.B. Speed Art Museum.
She frequently exhibits her work, recently at the Kentucky Center for the Arts and at Louisville's RIPE
Gallery. Becky has a B.A. in painting from the University of Kentucky and an M.F.A. in drawing from the
University of Cincinnati.
On Art On-Air, Becky shows how contour line drawing can be quick and fun if students observe their
subject very closely.
Teacher's Guide for "Walking the Line"
Other Instructional Television Resources
- Arts Express - Program 10 "Line"
-- explores how line determines direction, shape, form, and sometimes mood.
- Arts Alive for 6 - 9th grade - First three
programs deal with visual arts:
- "Alive with the Arts" - the power and appeal of the arts
- "Elements of Visual Arts" - line, shape, color, and texture
- "Creating Visual Arts" - expressing an idea
- The Big A for primary grades -
Program 6. Lines, Shapes, Colors and Textures
- Doodle for K-12 - Program 5 Drawing the Human Figure; Program 9 Drawing Animals
- Looking at Picasso for grades 8-12
- Art History 1: A Century of Modern Art for grades 6-12 - Programs 2, 4, and 10 show artists who used similar techniques.
Visual artist and teacher
Contact her through the Kentucky Arts Council
Last Updated: Monday, 29-Dec-2008 15:23:24 EST