Week #24

Homework Select work for youth art and music month. Make labels here. Please do by Friday Home project #2 - Process Critique March 23rd. Final critique April 13th. Propaganda readings on itsLearning (30 minutes) Website Connection post due Friday (60 minutes). Day 1 Art 4 Group critique Day 2 Art 5 solo critiques Day 3 writing artist statement Connection post due

Week #24

Homework Select work for youth art and music month. Make label here. Please do by Friday Website - Awareness pages due Friday. Bring in three examples of page layouts in magazines. These should be able to be written and drawn on. Socratic Seminar: The Cosequences of Digital Maniupulation. Please read this article and come with three or more questions, cited from the reading, to discuss in class on Friday. Day 1 Introduce bonus group project. MLWGS web image series. Review design process Mount projects. Day 2 Studio Day - Group work. Day 3 Collect work for YAMM show. Confirm labels Collect magazines Socratic seminar based on reading.

Week #23

Homework Sketchbook - Due Wednesday (30 minutes) Home project #2 - continue work Process Critique March 23rd. Final critique April 13th. (30 minutes) Day 1 Sketchbooks due. Studio day - Project #5 -Critiques start Feb. 26th Day 2 Studio day - Project #5

Week #23

Homework Website - Documentation due LAST Friday. Day 1 Quick Critiques on Photomonage poster. Day 2 Studio Day- Final day on Photomontage poster design

Week #23

Homework Select two works for our Youth Art and Music Month show. Add labels here by Friday. Sketchbooks due this Thursday (30 minutes) Home project work- Xtreme RVA landscape challange- create a painting inspired in some capacity by Richmond's landscape. These can be realistic, abstract or non-objective. Begin work on these (30 minutes) Day 1 Add highlights to underpainting Introduce the introduction of hue glazes. Day 2 Studio Day Day 3 Figure drawing with Tommy

Writing an Artist Statement

The student will: examine various examples and styles of artist statements for best practice. reflect on the process, personal meaning, and projected message of your work. establish an online Google doc and share with instructor and peers. write and continually edit their artist statement for their senior show. provide peer editing and review of artist statements during 1st and 3rd nine week periods. Step 1: Explore examples Using our copies of New American Painting, find three artists who's work you either admire or dislike. Read their attached artist statements? Does this change your view of the work? How? Next, look at the structure of the artist statement. Do any of these have anything

Week #22

Homework Lunchtime lecture this Thursday! Websites - Process post- (10 minutes) Begin to bring in still life objects. Sketchbook - Curiosity pages- Russian Art - Only one two-page spread required. Home project planning- Xtreme RVA landscape challange- create a painting inspired in some capacity by Richmond's landscape. These can be realistic, abstract or non-objective. Take pictures and sketch. (45 minutes) Day 1 Continue intro. to oil paint. Finish canvas prep. Day 2 Introduction to underpainting Day 3 - Updated!!! Spotlight artists! TWO!! - Still life Duane Keiser and Wayne Thiebaud Wayne Thiebaud 1. Read pages 2-7 of the Scholastic Art magazines (copies included) 2. Answer the question

Week #22

Homework Lunchtime leture this Thursday! Website - Process posts and document and add art from Crit #4 to your gallery (10 minutes) Sketchbook - Reflection (30 minutes) - Home project #2 - continue work Critique March 23rd. Final critique April 13th. (30 minutes) Day 1 Studio day - Project #5 -Critiques start Feb. 26th Day 2 Studio day - Project #5 Day 3 Writing an artist statement

Week #22

Homework Lunchtime lecture this Thurs. - Hamilton Glass Website - Documentation due Friday. Take photos for poster design. Day 1 Studio Day- Work on Photomontage poster design Quick Critiques on Layers/Transparency projects Day 2 Studio Day- Finish on Photomontage poster design Day 3 Quick critiques

Spotlight Artist: Modernism - Walter Gropius, Mies van der Rohe, and Herbert Matter

With the advances of technology Modernism began to break through at the end of the 19th century into the beginning to the 20th century. Western society began to develop new ways to shape human culture and improve the constructed environment. Modernism covered many creative disciplines from design and art to influencing architecture, music and literature. The power of machines forced artists to strategically re-think their practice, the results were revolutionary and still influences designers to this very day. This new technology provided the opportunity for mass production, and the machine itself became a theme in modernism. Influential designers of this period range from Walter Gropius fro

Week #21

Homework Websites- Document Painting and post on gallery (10 minutes) Process post- (10 minutes) Begin to bring in still life objects. Home project planning- Xtreme RVA landscape challange- create a painting inspired in some capacity by Richmond's landscape. These can be realistic, abstract or non-objective. Take pictures and sketch. (45 minutes) Day 1 How to install hangers on a painting Finish Critique Ab Ex paintings Introduction to stretching a canvas. Day 2 Introduction to working with oil paints Color chart Day 3 Spotlight artist- Still life

Week #21

Homework Website - Process posts and document and add art from Crit #4 to your gallery (10 minutes) Sketchbook - Q3 Curiosity on Propaganda (50 minutes) *Note: no second curiosity page required. Home project #2 - begin work Critique March 23rd. Final critique April 13th. (30 minutes) Day 1 Finish Art 4 individual critiques Guernica video (sorry I forgot last Friday) Day 2 Plaza Supply shopping for Q3 Day 3 Sketchbook share- Curiosity Intro to Propaganda

Week #21

Homework Take photos for poster design. Day 1 Studio Day- Work on Photomontage poster design Quick Critiques on Layers/Transparency projects Day 2 Studio Day- Work on Photomontage poster design Day 3 Spotlight artist -

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