Monday students will finish their Wayne Theibaud Dessert drawings.
Tuesday students will use I Pads to participate in a Elements of Design Scavenger Hunt. Pictures will be added to Pic Collage following the criteria on the Pic Collage hand out.
Wednesday students will finish the scavenger hunt and submit one work of art for the spring virtual art show.
All late assignments must be turned in by Friday.
The Barber Blow Out is Thursday!
Monday students will go over their pencil drawing with a light colored pencil on black construction paper.
Tuesday students will begin adding the element of color to their contour drawing using chalk pastels. Students will use the black paper to incorporate shadows by using less chalk in those areas of their art work.
Wednesday through Friday there will be no Connections classes due to grade level Field Days.
Students will learn about the artist, Wayne Thiebaud. Students will brainstorm ideas for a dessert work of art inspired by Wayne Thiebaud's work.
Tuesday and Wednesday students will create rough sketches of their desserts. They will create a contour drawing of their dessert to draw on black paper.
Thursday and Friday students will read Scholastic Art Magazine: Sculpture Right Now.
A graphic organizer will be completed Thursday and Summary questions on Friday.
Monday students will complete their Hercules Inspired Greek Amphorae.
Tuesday through Friday we will continue working on our Digital Destinations Project in the computer lab.
Monday 6th period students will begin creating a rough sketch for their Black Figure Amphora using stories from the Disney movie Hercules.
7th period students will be viewing a Black Figure Amphora and answering "Discussion and Observation" questions.
Tuesday students will work on rough sketches for their own Black Figure Amphora.
Wednesday-Friday students will lightly draw their designs on the amphora template. They will use orange and black markers or colored pencils to add the element of color to their design.
Monday students will continue to work on their Digital Destinations projects.
Tuesday and Wednesday students will view Disney's Hercules and complete a worksheet about Greek Art.
Thursday and Friday students will begin a Greek vase design based on stories from the movie Hercules.
Monday students will be introduced to a Dream Destination project using technology. Students will use I Pads and take selfies of each other in different poses.
Tuesday students will finish taking photos and upload them to their student ID folders. Students will research at least 5 dream destinations that they would want to visit including a landmark that would explain their destination.
Wednesday through Friday students will begin following the step by step instructions to edit their selfies using Pixlr.com photo editor. Students will save their work to their student ID folders.
Students will have 1 more day to cut their blocks.
Tuesday students will practice printing.
Wednesday students will be given a large piece of paper. They will have to fold paper into 6 sections to create a space for each print. Students will work on making 6 prints carefully centered within each space of their paper.
Thursday students will add the elements of color and value using water color pencils/paints.
Friday students will turn in their projects and take an I Respond assessment about Linoleum Block Printing.
Monday students will begin carefully using lino cutters to carve their transferred designs into their lino-blocks.
Tuesday students will continue carving into their lino blocks following their transferred designs.
Wednesday is a half day. Only 6th period will work on cutting their designs into their blocks.
Thursday and Friday will also be slow, careful cutting days.
Monday students will learn about linoleum block printing.
Tuesday students will learn about Celtic Art and symbols. Students will begin researching Celtic animal designs for their prints. Students will save their images to their student ID folders.
Wednesday students will continue to research and finalize saving and sizing images for their print. The total size of their block image can be no larger than 5" x 4". Students may print images of symbols and animals as long as the design fits within that size range. Students will print edited and sized image.
Thursday students will use graphite to draw on the back of their print. They will place the print on top of their lino block to trace.
Friday students will complete a work sheet about artist Marc Chagall.
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