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Studio Art II

Studio II - Quarter 3 Course Plan


  1. Weird Wearables: Transformation Through Garment Making


How does what we wear externally, change or transform us internally?


You must:

  • Research artists Nick Cave,  Pat Olezko, Leigh Bowery, and Asuka, Tamaka – what do these artists have in common?

  • Create 3-5 sketches, gather materials

  • Create a wearable sculpture that must be expressive (challenge gender roles, concepts, ideas)

  • Document (3-5 MINUTE video) an interactive performance

  • Be able to shock, confuse, or intrigue viewers

  • Be able to make a statement (raise awareness, SAY SOMETHING, or find out something)

  • Artists statement discussing this experience and how your interactions with others changed because of your wearable piece




2. Independent Study



Student will decide the following:

  • Subject Matter

  • Medium / Materials

  • Size


Student must:

  • Provide research for piece in sketchbook

  • Create 3-5 sketches for proposed work

  • Write an Artist statement

  • Create and submit a finished work


3. Independent Study


Student will decide the following:

  • Subject Matter

  • Medium / Materials

  • Size


Student must:

  • Provide research for piece in sketchbook

  • Create 3-5 sketches for proposed work

  • Write an Artist statement

  • Create and submit a finished work




Ms Weyandt

Studio Art I & II

Clarion Area High School

2017-2018


Purpose:

This advanced course is for the mature, self motivated student. Studio Art allows a student to pursue a chosen art area in depth,and gain further understanding of the arts. Students select their own medium and techniques with the instructor to develop projects that will broaden the student’s experiences and/or in depth study.


Prerequisite:

Studio Art I - Drawing

Studio Art II- Studio Art I


Materials:


Materials will be provided by instructor.


*Students are asked to provide their own sketchbooks, for daily assignments an artist research. Students may continue to use their sketchbook from the previous for class.

Daily Expectations:

Students will be respectful to one another, supplies, and resources. By showing respect for each other and everything in this room we create a space to safely express each individual.


No inappropriate language will be tolerated.


Supplies must be used, cleaned, and put away properly.


Students will be on time to class, have completed sketchbook assignments, and artwork completed when they are due for grading or critique.


You will be held accountable.


Keep an open mind and a positive attitude. Each individual within the art room walls will always present their best self.

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Grading:


Students will complete 3 projects per 9 weeks. Course plan will be provided by the instructor.


Students will receive grades for finished pieces, sketchbook assignments (both in class and homework), artist statements, and class participation.


Grading criteria may include, but is not limited to:

Use of elements and principles

Creativity and Originality

Effort/Perseverance

Craftsmanship

Cooperation/Attitude/Participation


GRADE SCALE

93-100 A

85-92 B

77-84 C

69-76 D

0-68 F


A grade less than 70 indicates an issue in the art room. A student/teacher or parent/teacher conference will be scheduled under these terms. Parents will be notified if there are concerns about a students’ progress.


Instructor Contact: Caitlin Weyandt

cweyandt@clarion-schools.com



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