Summer Homework Advanced Placement 2-D and 3-D Portfolio All summer pieces are due the first day of school August 6, 2018 for your first critique. You will be using your sketchbook so please be prepared to document your ideas. The theme of this summer is exploration and experimentation. You are encouraged to explore the world around you and experiment with content, media and process.
We will be using The Art Assignment http://www.theartassignment.com/assignments-landing/ as inspiration for your summer work. Directions: Please look at the Measuring Histories assignment to use as one of the 3 assignments you will complete http://www.theartassignment.com/assignments/measuring-histories this summer. You will also watch 2 or more of the assignment videos and decide which 2 you would like to complete. After watching the video you should write a reflection of the artist or art process in your sketchbook. Any of these assignments can be adapted for 2-D or 3-D. You will use the specific prompts in The Art Assignment to create your pieces. If you choose a site specific installation you should take photos from different angles to present in a PowerPoint or Prezi at the critique. Things to consider A variety of approaches to making Exploration of media and process Take risks and have fun Document your process and learning in your sketchbook to inform making
Visual Art Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE) Kindergarten - Grade 12:
FCBOE High School Policy: Opportunities designed to allow students to recover from a low or failing cumulative grade will be allowed when all work required to date has been completed and the student has demonstrated a legitimate effort to meet all course requirements including attendance. Students should contact the teacher concerning recovery opportunities. Teachers are expected to establish a reasonable time period for recovery work to be completed during the semester. All recovery work must be directly related to course objectives and must be completed ten school days prior to the end of the semester. Teachers will determine when and how students with extenuating circumstances may improve their grades.