Link to Hour 3 Google Classroom
Level up your ideas, independence and skills to more sustained investigations. Combine your interests and dig deeper into your own choices. Use traditional and digital art materials in this state of the art - art studio. Learn to make and follow your OWN plan while making and learning about Art and Art History. 2D Level 3 students work with increasing independence and challenge.
In addition to portfolio development, moving art experiences beyond the classroom to exhibits, contests and external collaborations is guided and expected.
Key Course Learning Experiences
Use technology to level up your work.
Practice using a variety of Idea Generation Strategies
Notice and enhance your own Voice.
Combine media to discover new solutions.
Collaborate and seek feedback to level up.
Daily Class Engagement
Each new concept is explored and practiced and assessed before scoring for a grade.
Digital Summative Portfolio
Take photos and write about your progress each week. By the end of semester show your progress and accomplishments.
At the end of each cycle to show evidence of metacognition depth and breadth.
Essential Learning Goals
Students will use Art Power Standards to graft G21 IMPACTS with 2D Art skills and dispositions.
I can see like an artist and improve my ability to interpret the world.
I can learn and apply new strategies to develop my work for success.
I can discover and combine options to create own work.
I can understand and be understood as I communicate with the world.
I can intentionally apply skills and techniques to level up the quality of my work.
Major Assessments and Success Criteria
PORTFOLIO DEVELOPING using strengths with a challenge.
OPEN this doc for info on moving artwork beyond the classroom studio.
Choose and combine to create your own artwork.
Master Artist example: “Starry Night” by Van Gogh is an example of a Landscape with Expressive Mark Making using oil paint that conveys a personal experience.
Introduction to CONTENT highlighted
Charcoal (vine, compressed,pencil)
Illusion of FORM
Illusion of DEPTH
Historical situation from my perspective
Gelli Mono Print
Soft Cut Print
Ball point pens
Scratch Print Printing Press
VARIED POINTS of VIEW
Any media plus water
JUXTAPOSITION of unlikely partners
Coffee, rain, household