This is a fun lesson for introducing the concepts of Surrealism. We looked at works by Rene Magritte and Salvador Dali and found elements that both artists use: symbolism, floating objects, and real objects combined in a not-so-real way. We started with a photocopy of a famous place, hand-colored it, and added magazine photos. This year, one class who had a little more time than the others (due to holidays and other unavoidable interruptions) tried it three-dimensionally - we popped the shapes up to create a relief in a box lid - it was really fun! Craftsmanship is super important here - our cutting and gluing skills need to be on point to create these illusions.