WELCOME TO 3D ART!!

THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED FOR 10-12 Grade Students

Students in 3D Art will explore the creative process within 3D media and techniques. Students will be taught visual awareness and self-discovery through their art. Students will learn how to translate 2D to 3D. Several sculptural media and techniques will be experienced. Approximately 1 semester will be spent creating ceramics from hand built techniques and wheel thrown pottery. Knowledge of glazes and coloring methods will be gained as well as an understanding of the firing process. Second semester will consist of an exploration of a variety of other sculptural techniques. Emphasis will be placed on demonstrating the use of techniques, creativity, originality, craftsmanship, and self evaluation. Students will create a blog to showcase and discuss art. Students will create a sketchbook at the beginning of the year for practice ideas.



9-12 ART STANDARDS - developed from the National Art Standards

*Each project created will be assessed on 4 standards. Standard 4B will be assessed at the end of the semester.

S.1. The artist can understand and apply media, techniques, and processes: The artist can use art processes and techniques previously practiced to create a unique work of art that meets project learning targets / goals and expectations. The artist also understands and can demonstrate processes and safety concerns involved for caring for art media / materials as well as utilizing resources and time effectively and efficiently. (project: application of techniques, creativity, process, and working procedures)

S.2. The artist uses knowledge of structures and functions: The artist can organize the components of a work of art into a cohesive and meaningful whole, such as organizational principles, expressive features and functional art to create a finished work of art. (project: use of elem. of art / principles of design and craftsmanship to function as intended)

S.3. The artist understands the visual arts in relation to history and cultures, can make interdisciplinary connections, and engage in 21st cent. skills:
The artist can research a variety of ideas in planning for own individual project. These researched ideas should also be shared within the final project reflection. (project process: research, planning, collaboration, communication, cross curricular connections)

S.4. The artist can reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others: The artist can write an in depth reflection upon the completion of a project incorporating the elem. of art / principles of design, including the following pieces: explanation of the project including the process, research competed, project goals / standards met, and personal reflection of their art as well as art created around them. (project reflection)

S.4.B. The artist can reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others: The artist can reflect on his or her learning regarding the Semester. (Semester Presentation)


Blog Reflection - to be completed upon finishing a project.

*Upload a photo of your project to your blog and add a reflection explaining the following questions. For an “A” incorporate the elements of art and / or principles of design within your reflection (How did you use incorporate these?)
  1. Explain your project, what is it? How was it created (the process), with what materials and why did you choose to do this piece?
  2. Prior to creating this piece, what research did you do regarding the technique, process, style, or subject matter? How did this research help you with your ideas for your project?
  3. How did you meet the project learning targets / standards?
  4. What are your personal thoughts about this project; explain what you learned, strengths and areas you could have improved on?
  5. If you were to choose one project that best met the project goals / standards or personal goals; explain what project that would be, who created it and defend why you like it the best.


(Elements of Art include: line, shape, color, value, texture, space, and form. Principals of Design include: balance, contrast, emphasis, movement, pattern, rhythm, and unity.)

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Final Semester Grade and Grading Information:
*Current Grade for each standard will reflect the "Most Recent" score until the end of the semester when they will be figured in together. From there, a final grade will be figured from each standard and then all standards together will make up a "Semester Grade".


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1st SEMESTER:
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Zentangle Cube:


Standards / Learning Targets:

S.1. The artist can understand and apply media, techniques, and processes: The artist can use art processes and techniques previously practiced to create a unique work of art that meets project learning targets / goals and expectations. The artist also understands and can demonstrate processes and safety concerns involved for caring for art media / materials as well as utilizing resources and time effectively and efficiently. (project: application of techniques, creativity, process, and working procedures)
-The artist can create a uniquely designed box incorporating the entire box along with his or her name or initials somewhere within the box.
-The artist can creatively incorporate a min. of 24 different patterns within the box design.

S.2. The artist uses knowledge of structures and functions: The artist can organize the components of a work of art into a cohesive and meaningful whole, such as organizational principles, expressive features and functional art to create a finished work of art. (project: use of elem. of art / principles of design and craftsmanship to function as intended)
-The artist creatively incorporated the elements of art: space, line, shapes, and texture / pattern.
-The final box was finished as intended having practice pencil lines erased leaving marker or ink for the final design.

S.3. The artist understands the visual arts in relation to history and cultures, can make interdisciplinary connections, and engage in 21st cent. skills: The artist can research a variety of ideas in planning for own individual project. These researched ideas should also be shared within the final project reflection. (project process: research, planning, collaboration, communication, cross curricular connections)

S.4. The artist can reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others: The artist can write an in depth reflection upon the completion of a project incorporating the elem. of art / principles of design, including the following pieces: explanation of the project including the process, research competed, project goals / standards met, and personal reflection of their art as well as art created around them. (project reflection)


Pinterest Examples of Zentangle:

https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/zentangle/

PROJECT TIMELINE:

Zentangle Information and examples. Begin "Sampler Patterns".
- work on sampler patterns and create box form.
- Sampler Patterns continued and trace box outline.
- Zentangle cube
- Add project to blog with reflection

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Clay Notes:



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Ceramics - Objectives for working with clay.


*The artist understands and can demonstrate the use of the following hand-building ceramics techniques through the creation of a unique and functional product: Pinch, Modeling - sculpture, Coil, and Slab.
*The artist understands and can demonstrate the use of multiple hand-building ceramics techniques to create a unique and functional product.
*The artist understands and can demonstrate the use of a potter's wheel to create functional pottery.
*The artist understands the drying / firing clay process to create functional work.

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Clay Bobble Head

Standards / Learning Targets:

S.1. The artist can understand and apply media, techniques, and processes: The artist can use art processes and techniques previously practiced to create a unique work of art that meets project learning targets / goals and expectations. The artist also understands and can demonstrate processes and safety concerns involved for caring for art media / materials as well as utilizing resources and time effectively and efficiently. (project: application of techniques, creativity, process, and working procedures)
-The artist can design a creative and functional bobble head using pinch pot and modeling hand-building techniques.

S.2. The artist uses knowledge of structures and functions: The artist can organize the components of a work of art into a cohesive and meaningful whole, such as organizational principles, expressive features and functional art to create a finished work of art. (project: use of elem. of art / principles of design and craftsmanship to function as intended)
-The final piece was finished as intended without rough edges and was glazed.

S.3. The artist understands the visual arts in relation to history and cultures, can make interdisciplinary connections, and engage in 21stcent. skills: The artist can research a variety of ideas in planning for own individual project. These researched ideas should also be shared within the final project reflection. (project process: research, planning, collaboration, communication, cross curricular connections)

S.4. The artist can reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others: The artist can write an in depth reflection upon the completion of a project incorporating the elem. of art / principles of design, including the following pieces: explanation of the project including the process, research competed, project goals / standards met, and personal reflection of their art as well as art created around them. (project reflection)

Tasks:
-Research bobble heads
-Make a plan for your bobble head
-Create your pieces- head and body - plan out hollowing out prior to drying.
-Set to dry
-Once final project is completed add a photo and reflection of your project to your blog.

Pinterest Ideas:
https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/clay-bobblehead/

Youtube Video Examples:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pyt5g_B5eS8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=66&v=mSc3aryxWcA

If you get done early... consider making a few clay stamps - to use later when adding texture to your clay pieces. Another idea would be to make a clay initial stamp "to sign your work". Must plan out backwards in order to stamp right side up.

https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/clay-stamps/

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Pottery - Wheel Throwing- Basic Forms


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Standards / Learning Targets:


S.1. The artist can understand and apply media, techniques, and processes: The artist can use art processes and techniques previously practiced to create a unique work of art that meets project learning targets / goals and expectations. The artist also understands and can demonstrate processes and safety concerns involved for caring for art media / materials as well as utilizing resources and time effectively and efficiently. (project: application of techniques, creativity, process, and working procedures)

-The artist can create 4 basic and FUNCTIONAL forms using the potter's wheel: cylinder, bowl, plate, and vase.

-These should all be a min. size of 3x3 (width and height except plate -diameter 3 inches instead.)



S.2. The artist uses knowledge of structures and functions: The artist can organize the components of a work of art into a cohesive and meaningful whole, such as organizational principles, expressive features and functional art to create a finished work of art. (project: use of elem. of art / principles of design and craftsmanship to function as intended)
-CRAFTSMANSHIP: Turn in your best examples including: uniform wall thickness, smooth form, even glaze application, etc.

S.3. The artist understands the visual arts in relation to history and cultures, can make interdisciplinary connections, and engage in 21stcent. skills: The artist can research a variety of ideas in planning for own individual project. These researched ideas should also be shared within the final project reflection. (project process: research, planning, collaboration, communication, cross curricular connections)

S.4. The artist can reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others: The artist can write an in depth reflection upon the completion of a project incorporating the elem. of art / principles of design, including the following pieces: explanation of the project including the process, research competed, project goals / standards met, and personal reflection of their art as well as art created around them. (project reflection)

Pottery - Wheel Throwing handout:



Pinterest Link of ideas and examples:
https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/pottery/

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Clay Whistle / Ocarina:

Standards / Learning Targets:


S.1. The artist can understand and apply media, techniques, and processes: The artist can use art processes and techniques previously practiced to create a unique work of art that meets project learning targets / goals and expectations. The artist also understands and can demonstrate processes and safety concerns involved for caring for art media / materials as well as utilizing resources and time effectively and efficiently. (project: application of techniques, creativity, process, and working procedures)
-The artist can create a creative and unique clay whistle / ocarina.


S.2. The artist uses knowledge of structures and functions: The artist can organize the components of a work of art into a cohesive and meaningful whole, such as organizational principles, expressive features and functional art to create a finished work of art. (project: use of elem. of art / principles of design and craftsmanship to function as intended)
-The artist can create a functional clay whistle / ocarina that was finished as intended with glaze or acrylic paint.

S.3. The artist understands the visual arts in relation to history and cultures, can make interdisciplinary connections, and engage in 21stcent. skills: The artist can research a variety of ideas in planning for own individual project. These researched ideas should also be shared within the final project reflection. (project process: research, planning, collaboration, communication, cross curricular connections)

S.4. The artist can reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others: The artist can write an in depth reflection upon the completion of a project incorporating the elem. of art / principles of design, including the following pieces: explanation of the project including the process, research competed, project goals / standards met, and personal reflection of their art as well as art created around them. (project reflection)

Tasks:
*Create a clay whistle / ocarina form
*Design the whistle part so it makes sound
*Add details to the design of the form to make it creative and unique.

Clay Whistle "HOW TO MAKE" and trouble shoot Site:
https://ceramicartsnetwork.org/daily/pottery-making-techniques/handbuilding-techniques/making-music-with-clay-how-to-make-a-ceramic-ocarina-2/

Clay whistle / Ocarina - How to videos:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHM9IiiH2wc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhEanfGoFtM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCnPBg2LcUs&list=PL4eeOkZl2vmEJ1X7jBiKvY87MACGQjqTW&index=1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptrtfajetKg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14QhRQMM7YM

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Creative Coil Pot:


The artist can create a creative and unique, functional coil pot vessel that has a min. starting base of 4 inches and is a min. of 6 inches tall.

3D ART STANDARDS:
S.1. The artist can understand and apply media, techniques, and processes: The artist can use art processes and techniques previously practiced to create a unique work of art that meets project learning targets / goals and expectations. The artist also understands and can demonstrate processes and safety concerns involved for caring for art media / materials as well as utilizing resources and time effectively and efficiently. (project: application of techniques, creativity, process, and working procedures)
-The artist can create a creative and unique, functional coil pot vessel that has a min. starting base of 4 inches and is a min. of 6 inches tall.

S.2. The artist uses knowledge of structures and functions: The artist can organize the components of a work of art into a cohesive and meaningful whole, such as organizational principles, expressive features and functional art to create a finished work of art. (project: use of elem. of art / principles of design and craftsmanship to function as intended)
-The final piece was finished as intended without rough edges and was glazed.

S.3. The artist understands the visual arts in relation to history and cultures, can make interdisciplinary connections, and engage in 21stcent. skills: The artist can research a variety of ideas in planning for own individual project. These researched ideas should also be shared within the final project reflection. (project process: research, planning, collaboration, communication, cross curricular connections)

S.4. The artist can reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others: The artist can write an in depth reflection upon the completion of a project incorporating the elem. of art / principles of design, including the following pieces: explanation of the project including the process, research competed, project goals / standards met, and personal reflection of their art as well as art created around them. (project reflection)

Resources:

Pinterest Board Coil Pots:
http://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/ceramic-coil-pots/
Videos:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1kLsmFdA4w
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5OVJlvvF5U
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YB6GFo0M92g


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2nd Semester
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Slab Built Vessel:

Learning Target:

The artist can create a creative and unique, functional slab built vessel that is a min. of 4 inches x 6 inches. (NO PLAIN BOXES)

3D ART STANDARDS:

S.1. The artist can understand and apply media, techniques, and processes: The artist can use art processes and techniques previously practiced to create a unique work of art that meets project learning targets / goals and expectations. The artist also understands and can demonstrate processes and safety concerns involved for caring for art media / materials as well as utilizing resources and time effectively and efficiently. (project: application of techniques, creativity, process, and working procedures)
-The artist can create a creative and unique, functional slab built vessel that is a min. of 4 inches x 6 inches. (NO PLAIN BOXES) *clay could be added or taken away, textures pressed into clay, lid designs added, handles, or other effects added.


S.2. The artist uses knowledge of structures and functions: The artist can organize the components of a work of art into a cohesive and meaningful whole, such as organizational principles, expressive features and functional art to create a finished work of art. (project: use of elem. of art / principles of design and craftsmanship to function as intended)
-The final piece was finished as intended with all slabs well attached and without rough edges. The final piece was also glazed and looks finished.

S.3. The artist understands the visual arts in relation to history and cultures, can make interdisciplinary connections, and engage in 21stcent. skills: The artist can research a variety of ideas in planning for own individual project. These researched ideas should also be shared within the final project reflection. (project process: research, planning, collaboration, communication, cross curricular connections)

S.4. The artist can reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others: The artist can write an in depth reflection upon the completion of a project incorporating the elem. of art / principles of design, including the following pieces: explanation of the project including the process, research competed, project goals / standards met, and personal reflection of their art as well as art created around them. (project reflection)


*Once completed - we will let these sit to dry out for the next week, fire, then come back to glaze them. If you get done early could create an extra piece of clay stamps to use for your box or another project!

Resources:
Pinterest Examples:
__https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/clay-slab-built-box/__

https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/ceramics-slab-built-vessel/?etslf=4565&eq=slab

__https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/clay-house/__
__https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/clay-lantern/__


Create your own clay stamps to use with your slab box!!
https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/clay-stamps/


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(Trimming a foot) (mug with a handle) (lidded vessel) (multiple pots put together)
*These need to be completed - to dry out by Friday May 11th.

Pottery - Wheel Throwing Exploration:


Learning Target: The artist can create a series of 4 forms pottery forms with uniform thickness for wall and base exploring the following techniques: adding a handle to a cup, trimming the bottom of a bowl, adding a lid to a piece, and putting multiple pieces together.

3D ART STANDARDS:
S.1. The artist can understand and apply media, techniques, and processes: The artist can use art processes and techniques previously practiced to create a unique work of art that meets project learning targets / goals and expectations. The artist also understands and can demonstrate processes and safety concerns involved for caring for art media / materials as well as utilizing resources and time effectively and efficiently. (project: application of techniques, creativity, process, and working procedures)

-The artist can create a series of 4 forms pottery forms with uniform thickness for wall and base exploring the following techniques: adding a handle to a cup, trimming the bottom of a bowl, adding a lid to a piece, and putting multiple pieces together.

-These should all be a min. size of 3x3 (width and height)


S.2. The artist uses knowledge of structures and functions: The artist can organize the components of a work of art into a cohesive and meaningful whole, such as organizational principles, expressive features and functional art to create a finished work of art. (project: use of elem. of art / principles of design and craftsmanship to function as intended)

-CRAFTSMANSHIP: Turn in your best examples including: uniform wall thickness, smooth form, even glaze application, etc.


S.3. The artist understands the visual arts in relation to history and cultures, can make interdisciplinary connections, and engage in 21stcent. skills: The artist can research a variety of ideas in planning for own individual project. These researched ideas should also be shared within the final project reflection. (project process: research, planning, collaboration, communication, cross curricular connections)

S.4. The artist can reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others: The artist can write an in depth reflection upon the completion of a project incorporating the elem. of art / principles of design, including the following pieces: explanation of the project including the process, research competed, project goals / standards met, and personal reflection of their art as well as art created around them. (project reflection)

Pinterest:
https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/pottery-altered/?eq=pottery&etslf=5448
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Semester 2 - Hand-building Clay Exploration:

S.1. The artist can understand and apply media, techniques, and processes: The artist can use art processes and techniques previously practiced to create a unique work of art that meets project learning targets / goals and expectations. The artist also understands and can demonstrate processes and safety concerns involved for caring for art media / materials as well as utilizing resources and time effectively and efficiently. (project: application of techniques, creativity, process, and working procedures)
-The artist can create a unique work of art that meets the specific learning target for that project idea.

*Be creative - clay could be added or taken away, textures pressed into clay, lid designs added, handles, or other effects added.


S.2. The artist uses knowledge of structures and functions: The artist can organize the components of a work of art into a cohesive and meaningful whole, such as organizational principles, expressive features and functional art to create a finished work of art. (project: use of elem. of art / principles of design and craftsmanship to function as intended)

-The final piece was finished as intended with all parts well attached without rough edges. The final piece was also glazed and looks finished.


S.3. The artist understands the visual arts in relation to history and cultures, can make interdisciplinary connections, and engage in 21stcent. skills: The artist can research a variety of ideas in planning for own individual project. These researched ideas should also be shared within the final project reflection. (project process: research, planning, collaboration, communication, cross curricular connections)

S.4. The artist can reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others: The artist can write an in depth reflection upon the completion of a project incorporating the elem. of art / principles of design, including the following pieces: explanation of the project including the process, research competed, project goals / standards met, and personal reflection of their art as well as art created around them. (project reflection)


Choose 2 from the following options for Semester 2.. if you think of an different ideas than posted below talk to Mrs. Comer. The majority of the project should be hand-built however you could use the wheel for part of the project.
You can also take a look at my Pinterest boards for more examples and ideas:

https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/

Options:
*Clay Lantern / House (min. 4x8)
*Medium Clay sculpture (10 -24 inches tall or long)
*Hand-built Slab Vessel (min. 4x8)
*Ceramic Mask
*Ceramic Wind Chime
*Series of a min. of 6 clay pendants incorporating texture






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Clay Lantern / House:
Learning Target: The artist can create a creative and unique, clay lantern or house using background knowledge of hand building techniques (pinch, coil, slab, etc.) that is a min. of 4 inches x 8 inches

Pinterest Examples:

Clay Lantern:
https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/clay-lantern/

Clay House:
https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/clay-house/



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Medium Clay Sculpture:
Learning Target: The artist can create a creative and unique, clay sculptural form using background knowledge of hand building techniques that is a min. of 10 inches to 24 inches.




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Handuilt Vessel:

Learning Target:

The artist can create a creative and unique, functional handbuilt vessel using previously practiced handubilding techniques of pinch, coil, or slab that is a min. of 4 inches x 8 inches.


https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/ceramics-slab-built-vessel/?eq=ceramics&etslf=35228



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Clay Mask:

The artist can create a unique - (one of kind) mask using hand-building clay techniques that is a min. of 4 x 8 inches in size.

Pinterest examples:
https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/clay-masks/?eq=mask&etslf=10550


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Ceramic Windchime:

The artist can make a functional ceramic windchime using modeling handbuilding clay techniques.
https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/ceramic-windchime/?eq=windchime&etslf=6694


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Clay Pendants - Jewelry:
Learning target:
The artist can create a series of 6 clay pendants using a subtractive or additive clay process to make a relief designed pendant for a necklace or keychain.

Pinterest Examples:
https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/ceramic-pendants/?eq=pendants&etslf=7734


"Enchanted Forest" -Prom Sculptures


S.1. The artist can understand and apply media, techniques, and processes: The artist can use art processes and techniques previously practiced to create a unique work of art that meets project learning targets / goals and expectations. The artist also understands and can demonstrate processes and safety concerns involved for caring for art media / materials as well as utilizing resources and time effectively and efficiently. (project: application of techniques, creativity, process, and working procedures)
-The artist can individually or with a group create a 3D sculpture to go in the East Dining Hallway for the "Enchanted Forest" using a variety of materials or processes of their choice.
(Ideas can include, papiermache topiaries, papiermache toadstools, water feature - pond, wishing well, tree silhouettes, paper trees, vines, garden sculptures, paper flowers, pathway, etc.

S.2. The artist uses knowledge of structures and functions: The artist can organize the components of a work of art into a cohesive and meaningful whole, such as organizational principles, expressive features and functional art to create a finished work of art. (project: use of elem. of art / principles of design and craftsmanship to function as intended)
-The final piece was finished as intended and works with the "enchanted forest theme".

S.3. The artist understands the visual arts in relation to history and cultures, can make interdisciplinary connections, and engage in 21stcent. skills: The artist can research a variety of ideas in planning for own individual project. These researched ideas should also be shared within the final project reflection. (project process: research, planning, collaboration, communication, cross curricular connections)
-The artist was able to research, plan ideas, and collaborate with the class to help create some pieces for the "Enchanted Forest".

S.4. The artist can reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others: The artist can write an in depth reflection upon the completion of a project incorporating the elem. of art / principles of design, including the following pieces: explanation of the project including the process, research competed, project goals / standards met, and personal reflection of their art as well as art created around them. (project reflection)

Pinterest Link:
https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/prom-2018/?eq=Prom%2020&etslf=14628

*In class we will work on putting this all together in the hallway on Thursday April 5th.*


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Project Game

Learning Target:

The artist can create a creative and unique, functional game to play. This can be a newly invented game or a game that has been created and you have modified or changed it somehow to make it your own version.

3D ART STANDARDS:

S.1. The artist can understand and apply media, techniques, and processes: The artist can use art processes and techniques previously practiced to create a unique work of art that meets project learning targets / goals and expectations. The artist also understands and can demonstrate processes and safety concerns involved for caring for art media / materials as well as utilizing resources and time effectively and efficiently. (project: application of techniques, creativity, process, and working procedures)
-The artist can create a creative and unique, functional game to play. This can be a newly invented game or a game that has been created and you have modified or changed it somehow to make it your own version.

S.2. The artist uses knowledge of structures and functions: The artist can organize the components of a work of art into a cohesive and meaningful whole, such as organizational principles, expressive features and functional art to create a finished work of art. (project: use of elem. of art / principles of design and craftsmanship to function as intended)
-The final piece was finished as intended and looks well finished (nicely painted, drawn, crafted, etc.)

S.3. The artist understands the visual arts in relation to history and cultures, can make interdisciplinary connections, and engage in 21stcent. skills: The artist can research a variety of ideas in planning for own individual project. These researched ideas should also be shared within the final project reflection. (project process: research, planning, collaboration, communication, cross curricular connections)

S.4. The artist can reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others: The artist can write an in depth reflection upon the completion of a project incorporating the elem. of art / principles of design, including the following pieces: explanation of the project including the process, research competed, project goals / standards met, and personal reflection of their art as well as art created around them. (project reflection)


Game Examples: Candyland, Risk, Chess, Checkers, dominoes, Jenga for the back yard- large scale, Monopoly, Scrabble, Chutes and Ladders, Playing Cards, etc.
Materials I have however you are not limited to these materials: Game Boards: canvas board, mattboard, cardstock, watercolor paper, clay (we can laminate paper versions). If you would like to create something in the shop, talk to Mr. Barck.
Game Pieces - clay, shrinky dink plastic, wood, etc.
Other materials: buttons, beads, pipe cleaners, felt, yearn, paint, markers, colored pencils, crayons, woodburner, etc.

Pinterest Link of game examples:
https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/games-people-play/?etslf=7675&eq=games

For this project have some discussions with your family about game options.. I have some supplies, however depending on the type of game you wish to create, you may need to purchase some of your own supplies.