Goals for the Day: Thurs. April 30

Ceramics 2: Super Selfies Challenge

  1. CREATE a plan for which you will follow specific steps in building a work of art, by completing an ACTION PLAN.
  2. Be able to orally defend and explain your opinions by responding to PROJECT REQUIREMENTS.

This is it…your last day for work!!! Be sure to make the most out of all this time you have as tomorrow we will just be focusing on posting the images online.


 

Intro to Art: Stencil Challenge

  1. DEMONSTRATE your understanding for computerized effects by properly following a teacher demonstration in creating multi-layered stencils.
  2. Be able to orally defend and explain their choices by responding to the PROJECT REQUIREMENTS

Deadline day!!!

Today you will be using the hour to finish up your stencil work.  Before you hand in anything, be sure to access the “Project Requirements” that are located in the HELP FOLDER.  I would like you to write down the four requirements that were specific to YOUR project choice.


 

Painting 2: Illustration Challenge (Critique Day)

  1. DISPLAY your  plan for which you are currently following specific steps in building a unique painting.
  2. Be able to orally defend and explain your opinions by responding to PROJECT REQUIREMENTS.

Class Critique Day!!!

Before we jump into it, I’d like you to set aside everything that is going to be needed to communicate your idea for the painting.  Remember, no one should be complete with this, and YES…there might need to be some things that need to be altered before our Tues. deadline.

  • April 27-29: Studio Work Time: DO NOT GET THIS CONFUSED FREE TIME
  • April 30: Class Open Critique – Figure out what you’re doing “right” and what you’re doing “wrong”
  • May 1: Sketchbook/Painting Book day (AGAIN NOT A FREE DAY)
  • May 4-5: Studio Work Days and Deadline (artist statement needs to be in by the end of the hour)

 


Adv. Drawing: Final Portfolio and Laying Out the Face

  1. Review concepts that you may already know on how to draw a face and lay out the details.
  2. Discuss the approach that needs to be taken when the face is not being viewed straight on,

We will spend some time catching up on some “notes,” however I really would like to spend the final half of class talking to you about the proper choice for selecting poses/images/models to use for your portfolio.

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