Goals for the Day: Tues. Jan. 5 #2ndDayback

Painting 1: Mid-Term Project Presentation

sophie-cahill-artwork
Sophia Cahill’s personal investigation into age and character.

Take some time to read this student interview, which heavily influenced the direction this painting challenge took.

  • Initiate, define, and solve challenging visual arts problems independently using intellectual skills such as analysis, synthesis, and evaluation by familiarizing yourself with the requirements and theme of your final painting. 
  •  Be able to discuss your choices and evaluate a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas by being able to defend the choices made with their peers.

 

  • REFLECTION / EVALUATION: You’ve been away for some time… take a moment and look carefully at your past artwork. What stands out as STRONG? What stands out as “I need to work on this?” Write out a BRIEF statement about the work in front of you.

 

The Mid-Term Project HELP FOLDER, is available here.  While I advise you all to familiarize yourself with the requirements, deadline dates, and visual aides (including artist and examples), each decision you make will affect the next day’s work.  Be sure you are aware of what your choices are before you make certain the next step you will take.

Ceramics 1: Ugly Mugs Mid-Term Project

  • Through experimentation, practice, and persistence, demonstrate acquisition of skills and knowledge in a chosen art form.
  • Be able to discuss your choices and evaluate a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas by being able to defend the choices made with their peers.

Take a look through the SEMESTER PROJECT HELP FOLDER requirements here.

Be sure to get a blank copy of an ACTION_PLAN, so that you can have your thoughts organized and ready to present for construction

REFLECTION / EVALUATION:  Consider all the requirements that have been presented with this midterm project.  Which areas do you believe will be more demanding when trying to solve?  Which areas do you believe you will easily succeed at?  Choose one option to describe in detail.

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