Monday students will be learning about Alberto Giacometti. Students will read Scholastic Arts magazine collaboratively in pairs and answer the questions on the "Working With Volume" worksheet.
Tuesday students will view sculptures of Giacometti and create their own Giacometti inspired elongated figures on their hand out.
Wednesday students will be given 2 wire hangers and a base to begin manipulating the wire to create their figures. Students will write their names with a sharpie on the bottom of the base.
Thursday students will read Scholastic Art Magazine and complete the Giacometti Stylized Figures" worksheet.
Friday students will finish assembling, manipulating and attaching their wire sculptures to their bases.
Monday students will turn in their pinwheels. Students will continue to work on adding value and color to their Water Smart Art.
Tuesday and Wednesday students will work on adding value and color to their Water Smart Art.
Thursday students will attend the Magnet meeting.
Friday students will turn in their Water Smart Art projects accompanied by an Artist's Statement explaining how they showed the value of water through symbol and the elements and principles of art.
Monday students will learn about Peace Day and begin creating a brainstorming list of words, symbols and drawings that represent non-violence and anti-bullying.
Tuesday students will begin creating their Pinwheels for Peace. They will use their brainstorming list to fill both sides of their template with designs.
Wednesday and Thursday students will add the element of color to their pinwheels.
Friday students will assemble their pinwheels and turn in with their rubrics. Pinwheels will be displayed in downtown Kennesaw on Monday September 17th at "Dinner at the Depot".
Tuesday students will be drawing their designs from their rough sketch onto final drawing paper.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday students will add the elements of color and value to their art work.
Monday students will work on uniting their symbols for the value of water to create a unique design. (rough sketching).
Tuesday students will continue to design by sketching.
Wednesday (no class/early release)
Thursday students will be learning about George Seurat and other portrait artists. (Scholastic Art Magazine). Students will complete the questions on the back of the magazine.
Friday students will answer questions about portrait artists in the magazine.
Monday students will complete their value scale and turn in their art work. Students will glue the rubric/self assessment to the back of their art work.
When complete, students will finish/ make corrections to the Color Theory Work Sheet.
Tuesday students will take a color and balance assessment using I Respond. When finished, students will begin a Water Web quest.
Wednesday students will continue to work on their web quest.
Thursday students will use their Water Web quest sheets to brainstorm ideas for the Water Smart Art contest.
Friday students will begin a rough sketch of their ideas for the project.
Monday: Students will finish drawing their line and shape designs on their color wheels. They will trace over their lines with sharpie.
Tuesday: Students will begin painting their color wheels. Students will begin with primary colors in the appropriate section of the color wheel. After primary colors have been painted, students will mix their secondary colors.
Wednesday: Students will mix intermediate colors by hue.
Thursday: Students will finish intermediate colors and start painting their shape and line designs.
Friday: Students will create a 12 step value scale along the bottom of their paper using one color.
Monday students will finish their folder designs.
Tuesday students will learn about color theory and complete a worksheet in class.
Wednesday students will practice mixing intermediate colors with icing! They will create a color wheel with cookies.
Thursday students will paint a value scale with 10 steps.
Friday students will learn about the principle of balance and create a radial design for their color wheel.
Monday students will begin a Forced Perspective Project using devices or IPads.
Tuesday students will transfer their images to computers in the tech lab and begin editing their images using pixlr.com photo editor.
Wednesday students will continue to edit images and save them to their student ID folders.
Thursday students will write a letter of reflection to their favorite teacher at Barber and include drawings.
Friday students will paint their clay boxes.
Monday and Tuesday students will finish up their clay box projects.
Wednesday through Friday there will be no Connections classes due to grade level Field Days.
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