Thurs. May 19

Intro to Art: Legacy Tiles

  • Follow your created plan for which they will follow specific steps in building a work of art, by completing an ACTION PLAN.
  • Be able to orally defend and explain their choices by responding to PROJECT REQUIREMENTS.

Painting 2: Ceiling Tile Challenge

First, before we jump into claiming ceiling tiles and painting, let’s take a look at specifically how you will be working on this challenge, from the “research” phase all the way up to “presentation”

HOW YOUR GOOGLE DRIVE FOLDERS SHOULD LOOK

So take a look at this SHARED link I am providing you.  I’ll make a shorter list below this write-up, but to be fair, I want to describe exactly what you should have as you work through your portfolio.

  1. A MASTER FOLDER labeled

    Painting Portfolio_LASTNAME

  2. A final PORTFOLIO STATEMENT 
  3. 4 total subfolders labeled by their painting number respectively (Painting #1, Painting #2, etc.
  4. 3 Progress Pictures per painting in each subfolder
  5. An ARTIST STATEMENT for EACH painting of your choice

Click here for access to the shared folder.  Be sure to make a COPY for your own drive.

SCHEDULING TIME WITH THE PROJECTOR

Click on the link below to find times that you can reserve the projector for in aiding your painting.

youcanbookme

Keep in mind these two rules:

  1. Tile must be completely PRIMED and DRY
  2. A reference image must be already SHARED with pappasj@melnapschools.com account

Ceramics 2: Legacy Tiles

  • Follow your created plan for which they will follow specific steps in building a work of art, by completing an ACTION PLAN.
  • Be able to orally defend and explain their choices by responding to PROJECT REQUIREMENTS.
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