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Título: O meu primeiro guia de aves : desenho como forma de conhecer
Autor: Galego, Maria Alice Fava de Jesus Cravina, 1959-
Orientador: Calado, Margarida, 1947-
Palavras-chave: Desenho
Ilustração científica
Data de Defesa: 20-Mai-2015
Resumo: The starting of the “flight” of the present work was the personal discovery, during the classes of Scientific Drawing, unveiled into the enormous pleasure of observing and drawing birds. The designing of a “Bird Guide” for children came from the realization of its absence in the shelves of bookstores and libraries in the area of Lisbon. Believing that you protect what you know, from the beginning it was our intent to build this guide for children identifying through scientific drawing, trying to create a visual object which in the future would facilitate the knowledge and identification of a small group of passerines, small birds which daily and freely share their movements and chants with each one of us. Curiosity and the pleasure of knowing and researching the relationship between Man and birds, guided the theoretical framework by its visual representation, since the pre-historical stones till the recent pencil drawings and watercolours on paper, the “Bird Guides”, and our attitude from beginners to observers and drawers of birds. Reminding Almada Negreiros who one day asked a child to draw a flower, several children, aged 2 year to 9 year olds, were asked to draw a bird, trying to understand the perception of a bird that exists during childhood, so as to bring our drawings closer to that perception. “My first Bird Guide”, so was it called, was built under the assumption that the child’s knowledge and involvement in the different forms of Nature is important, so the observation and knowledge about birds places the child in direct contact with the environment and with an organized life form. With the contact with birds, day by day the child adopts attitudes of protection, because when you know and understand, you protect, in the present as well as in the future
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/18281
Designação: Tese de mestrado, Desenho, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2015
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