“Your work is your own private megaphone to tell the world what you believe.” —Simon Sinek

Intro to Art: Early Animation 1890-1940

I can:

  1. COMPREHEND important characteristics of STOP MOTION animation by by identifying objects used

Fast forward to a bit more modern era of animation.  We will spend some time looking at the short films of animator Adam Pesapane (aka PES).  Some of the clips we will be watching today will include:

  • “KaBoom”  2004
  • “Moth”  2003
  • “Fresh Guacamole” 2012
  • “Fireworks” 2004
  • “Game Over” 2006
  • “Western Spaghetti”  2008

Make sure before we start that you have a copy of the GUIDED OUTLINE so that your notes make sense in an organized manner.

Ceramics: “Open Sesame” Face-Off Challenge

I can:

  1. EVALUATE the quality of my work by CRITICIZING the techniques and concept by writing an ARTIST STATEMENT.

We are going to take some time at the start of the class to talk about the final step to your project.  Defending your artwork is crucial to the art making process, but why?

Today we will take some steps to better understand exactly what an ARTIST STATEMENT is, and the importance of having one for your work.

Painting: Hero-Glypics Challenge

I can:

  1. EVALUATE the quality of my work by CRITICIZING the techniques and concept by writing an ARTIST STATEMENT.

We are going to take some time at the start of the class to talk about the final step to your project.  Defending your artwork is crucial to the art making process, but why?

Today we will take some steps to better understand exactly what an ARTIST STATEMENT is, and the importance of having one for your work.

 

Drawing: 3-Day Drawing Test

I can:

  1. APPLY practiced drawing techniques on a 3-Day figure drawing pose, as a part of my drawing portfolio

What techniques will you use to make the most of your time throughout the period that we will be working with this pose?

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