Art III

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Welcome to Art III


Weekly-Agenda

Week 1: (8/13-17) Introduction & Expectations
Week 2: (8/20-24) Portfolio Requirements & Website Intro
Week 3: (8/27-31)  Logo Design
Week 4: (9/3-7)  Master Artist Replica
Week 5: (9/10-9/14) Art History Collaboration Project
Week 6: (9/17-9/20) Mixed Media
Week 7: (9/24-28) In Progress Portfolio Presentation
Fall Break
Week 8: (10/8-12) Intro to Advertising: Country Peddler Advertisement Contest
Week 9:  (10/15-19) Art History: Fauvism
Week 10: (10/22-26) Art History: Cubism
Week 11: (10/29-11/2) MLK Art Contest
Week 12: (11/5-9) Statement Piece: Current Events Art
Week 13: (11/12-16) Art History: Surrealism
Week 14: (11/9-23) In Progress Portfolio Presentation
Week 15: (11/26-30) Portfolio Work Days
Week 16: (12/3-7) Portfolio Work Days
Week 17: (12/10-12/14) In Progress Portfolio Presentation
Christmas Break


Portfolio
A large component of this class is creating an online portfolio and learning how to share our process and final artwork. We will have In progress presentations that will only consist of a few pieces at a time to prepare us for a full presentation at the end of the year.

1st Semester Portfolio Presentations:
September 27-28 (In Progress = 100 Point Grade)
November 19-20  (In Progress – 100 Points)
December 12-14  (Midterm Portfolio – 200 Points)

Midterm Website Portfolio Requirements:
1. About Me Page: (50 Points) Introduction to your portfolio: Introduce yourself as an artist. Share how you became an artist, what inspires you. Incorporate artistic vocabulary, artist inspiration, art time periods if necessary.
2. Blog Posts: 5 Posts = 10 Points Each (50 Points) Includes Image of Artwork with Description.
3. Digital Portfolio Website (50 Points)
4. Presentation (50 Points) 

2nd Semester Portfolio Presentations:
February 7-8  (In Progress – 100 Points)
March 28-29  (In Progress – 100 Points)
May 20-24 TBA (Final Presentation – 200 Points)

Final Website Portfolio Requirements:
1. About Me Page: (25 Points) Introduction to your portfolio: Introduce yourself as an artist. Share how you became an artist, what inspires you. Incorporate artistic vocabulary, artist inspiration, art time periods if necessary.
2. Blog Posts: 10 Posts = 10 Points Each (100 Points)  Includes Image of Artwork with Description of Process, Inspiration, Final Project Details.
3. Digital Portfolio Website (25 Points) Overall Theme, Layout, Organization
4. Presentation (50 Points)


 

Course-Syllabus
Click Here to Download the Full Art 3 Syllabus
Page 1: Course Description, Classroom Expectations, Grading
Page 2:  Student & Parent/Guardian Signature for Academic & Photography Agreement

Course Description: The goal of this course is to further develop skills that students have acquired so far and help them apply that knowledge in creative ways. Students will begin to work more independently in this course to create a visual art portfolio. Students will create a portfolio website and inspiration boards. By the end of this course, students should have strong portfolio pieces in preparation for Advanced Art.

Classroom Procedures & Expectations:
Beginning of Class: Students are to have their sketchbooks at the start of class every day! Each week there will be at least one sketchbook assignment. This will take place as a bell ringer. On days with no bell ringer, students are responsible for getting out their work.
Work Time: This is the only time phones are permitted. Students can use headphones and listen to music while working. Students are responsible for getting out artwork from bins & materials needed.
End of Class: Students responsibilities include putting away artwork and materials, then cleaning the table space & themselves last.

Grading:
Projects: 50%: Our goal is for students to create a finished project every 1-2 weeks of the course using a different technique, material, art style, or artist inspiration. Projects are graded with a 100 point rubric which includes a student self-assessment.
Participation: 25%: Students receive a grade each week for their participation. This includes classroom behavior, respect, using materials responsibly, and clean-up.
In-Class Work: 25%: In-Class work includes sketchbook bell ringers, practice work, worksheets, quizzes, and tests.

Materials: Each student will have their own bin in the classroom to keep their materials in.
Required Materials: *50 Point Grade Due by Friday, August 17*
Sketchbook (Can be a SB from previous art class)
Pencil & Hand held Eraser
Black Sharpie (Regular and Fine Tip)
Paint Set of Your Choice
Clorox Wipes (Bleach Free due to Student Allergies)
Extra Credit Materials:
Box of Tissues
Dish Soap
Markers
Colored Pencils 

 

 

 

 

 

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