Welcome to 3D Art 10/ 11/12

 

You will need:

  • A device that you can work on an Edublog page for this course to keep weekly posts, and a gallery of your Major Projects.

  • A sketchbook to draw out ideas, and keep notes. 

  • An understanding that you might get messy in the studio/ backup clothing/ appropriate studio wear. 

  • An understanding that we use what we can in the studio, but if you want specialty supplies, you will be expected to purchase them yourself

  • An understanding that you are free to use supplies from the studio, only taking what you need, always conscious of the environment, the needs of other students, and the studio budget. 

  • An understanding that you will not be dismissed from the class unless the studio is clean, and in proper order. 

  • An understanding that learning comes from the process of making. Final products may not look the way you expect. 

  • An open mind to new processes and information. 

  • To help others. This classroom is a community. 

  • To make connections. To collaborate.

  • To speak and act in a way that is respectful to all races, religions, genders, and sexual orientations, as this is a safe space, and anything less will not be tolerated.  

3D Art is a studio-based course, where students will be learning both the theoretical and practical aspects of creating art.  There will also be exploration in the history, cultural significance, and environmental impacts of creating art. This course will focus on 3 aspects of creating art: Purpose, Process and Product. The goals of this course, written in I statements, are:

  1. I can create works of art that have purpose, and I can show how my work relates to artists of the past.

  2. I can use a variety of tools and strategies to work through the process of creating works of 3D art.

  3. I can create a portfolio of work that showcases the products of my learning and share it with others.

  4. I can reflect on my work, and articulate my ideas, and share my ideas with others.

  5. I can create appropriate and relevant comments on others artwork in digital galleries, and in person.

 

 

Assignments:

Major Assignments will include a combination of activities, discussions, and coursework. Grades will be based on portfolio, that will include all aspects of work in a major project. Students will have an opportunity to create projects in a variety of mediums of their own choice. There is also an inquiry project that students will be working on term-long. Information about assignments and due dates can be found in Teams.

Assessment:

Assessment will include a combination of peer and self-evaluation, and teacher feedback that learners can use to further learning goals. Final grades for this course will be based on a portfolio of 3 MAJOR projects and a BONUS inquiry-based project.

Major Projects 

Grade 10: 

Inquiry / Clay Coil Pots / Clay Wheel Work / Clay Monster Mugs / Mache Award Figures 

Grade 11: 

Inquiry / Clay Wheel Vessels / Clay Reconciliation Relief / Mache Mask / Clay Luminary

Grade 12: 

Inquiry / Mixed Media Dragon Chimera / Clay Reconciliation Relief 

 

Click on each theme to find out more. 

Essential Aspects

Each major project will include smaller assignments that are a combination of activities, discussions, and coursework. Smaller assignments will cover 3 main aspects of creating 3D work: 

Purpose/ Process/ Product

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