Visual Art Elective, Arts and Crafts, spring 2018, Ms. Rosenbaum
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VA POLICIES AND REQUIREMENTS It is the responsibility of every student to be familiar with and honor prescribed classroom policies and Department Requirements as outlined on our web page. You will be asked to review these at the beginning of class and sign off that you understand them.
This Week in Class: Color matching exercises in tempera. (Remember! You must complete all class projects if you’ve missed class whether for illness, performances, or field trips!) Begin Color wheel and color charts.
Elective Class Syllabus, Beginning Level I and II
Curriculum: Students will create a variety of 2 and 3-dimensional projects learning the basic fundamental skills and vocabulary of visual art, while making connections to their own art major. Students will research, plan, revise and reflect in the creation of their work. Basic drawing and painting skills will be covered in addition to skills for viewing and appreciating a variety of works and styles. Materials will include book making, clay, paper, and mixed media. Studio behaviors, including critique skills, preparation, attendance, focus, cooperation, studio maintenance, and attitude are assessed throughout the semester with points tallied as part of the final exam grade.
ACTIVITIES AND ASSIGNMENTS • Art and craft projects, art viewing and critiquing skills, planning and sketching.
• Expectations are that students will complete all class assignments (on time) especially when they are out of class for activities within their own major. Students should be open and willing to try new things, even those they do not feel skilled with.
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Colorado Academic Standards for Visual Arts
1.Observe and Learn to Comprehend: The visual arts are a means for expression, communication and meaning making.
2.Envision and Critique to Reflect: Visual arts recognize, articulate, and implement critical thinking through the synthesis, evaluation and analysis of visual information.
3.Invent and Discover to Create: Generate works of art that employ unique ideas, feelings, and values using different media, technologies.
4.Relate and Connect to Transfer: Recognize, articulate, and validate the value of the visual arts to lifelong learning and the human experience