“Aim higher in case you fall short.” ― Suzanne Collins, Catching Fir

#deconstructedcube #sketchbookday #actionplans #saturdaymorningheroes 

 

Ceramics: The De-Constructed Cube

Create & Produce

  • Students will apply their understanding of their ACTION PLAN, by building a 3-D model based off of their designed sketch.

I’d like you to think about how you will best approach today’s class.  What types of work can you get done and what is your GOAL moving forward with this period.  How will this time affect your tomorrow’s class period?

Review with neighbors the relationships of the SHAPES to FORMS.   When you look at your cube close…what types of  FORMS can you see being created by removing / adding clay?

 Here is a LINK to this week’s reflection

Intro to Art: Sketchbook #2 Re-Invent SPACE INVADERS

One of the all time classics!!! http://www.technobuffalo.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Space-Invaders.png

CREATE

  • demonstrate your understanding for the procedures of the weekly sketchbook by completing a themed/timed sketch.

 

Painting: Saturday Morning Heroes

CREATING & CONNECT

 

  • Recall information from a prior class and demonstrate your understanding by creating an original acrylic painting.
  • Apply your understanding of their ACTION PLAN, by painting an original idea based off their designed notes/sketch.

Most of you will start with your ideas that have been working on for the past few days.  As you move through this process, I’d like you to think about each step you are taking from day-to-day.  Try to use the Simpson’s exercise we worked on in class as guide to help through each step.

REMEMBER, there are many different items that you will be responsible for in starting / completing this painting.  Our theme is a bit unique, so make sure as you look for images to use as reference you are keeping in mind the steps we took on our classroom exercise.

 

Drawing: Sketchbook #2

CREATE

  • demonstrate your understanding for the procedures of the weekly sketchbook by completing a themed/timed sketch.

Here is a link to this week’s reflection

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