2018 STUDIO ART MIDTERM INFO
Written exam: 50% of midterm score -- Given in class on 1/17/20
Project & Artist Statement: 50% of midterm score -- work must be posted to Seesaw by 3 pm 1/17/20
OBJECTIVE: Use your knowledge of art elements and principles to create an original work of art that demonstrates your understanding of color theory, color mixing, and color relationships on the color wheel.
Project: ORIGINAL COLOR WHEEL
- You will have approximately up to 9 days in class to work on this.
- Additional time outside of class may be required depending on your productivity during class and the complexity of your project idea.
- The design and creation of this piece must be 100% yours – any work submitted that is a direct copy of another artist’s work will receive a 0. (ex: taken/copied from Pinterest = 0)
COLOR MIXING TUTORIALS:
Mixing Tertiary colors (youtube)
Mixing Secondary and Tertiary colors (youtube)
Midterm Review tools
Kahoot Challenge - Elements of Color Challenge pin: 055625
Kahoot Challenge - Elements of Line, Shape, Form, Value Challenge pin: 0862150
Course Expectations & Rules:
- Listen & follow all directions. Do your best!
- Raise your hand during lessons.
- Respect your teacher and your classmates. Be nice!
- Respect the art room, tools, and materials. Clean up all tools & workspaces used, and put away all materials.
- Do not use art materials without permission (except green zone items)
- Sign in & out when leaving the classroom or entering late. Do not leave without permission.
- Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself. Do not roughhouse or throw/toss objects.
- No cell phones during class unless directed to use them for a class activity. All electronics devices should be turned off/out of sight when class begins. Failure to comply will result in student’s phone being confiscated for the duration of class.
- No cursing or offensive language.
- No food or drinks.
NOTE: It is the student’s responsibility to ask the teacher for work missed when absent. You have 3 days to make up work due to an excused absence.
MONTHLY SKETCHBOOK: Sketchbook assignments are due monthly on the last Friday class of each month. See the sketchbook assignment sheet under "FILES" to right for monthly topics and deadlines. Remember for each sketchbook prompt, you are expected to fill one whole sketchbook page (approximately 5" x 8") and add shading and details for full credit. That means 2 pages in your sketchbook per month, for a total possible 20 points per month. Drawings should take you around 30 minutes each.
All students are encouraged to do their best, present their work with pride, and respect the efforts of their peers.