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Art I & II

Dates covered: 2/15-2/23

Objective:  

Students will create an agamograph using opposites.

Guided Practice: 

2/15 - We will look at several examples of agamographs and discuss the steps to making one.

2/16-2/23 - Each student will draw or paint two pictures that are exact opposites on two separate pieces of paper.(paper has to be 11” or 12”\can’t be 11.5”) Their pictures can’t be simple line drawings. These drawings have to have details, backgrounds, contrast, and value. The media available for this project will be paint, graphite pencil, color pencil, and markers. Then on the back of their drawings the student will draw a straight line every one inch and label each section with a different label. Ex:1A, 2A, 3A  They will then cut a separate paper the correct length, fold it like an accordion, and glue their drawing pieces on it in the correct order. This will give the illusion of the picture changing from one thing to another just bu simply changing the viewers perspective.

Quick Write: Write an artist statement about your personal connection to your own artwork.(history, culture, environment, community, family)

Standards: CN.10.VAI.2 Identify personal connections (e.g., self, gender, family, community, history, culture, environment, visual cultures) to one’s own artwork(s) CN.10.VAII.2 Describe the influence of personal connections (e.g., self, gender, family, community, history, culture, environment, visual cultures, lifelong learning experiences) on one’s own artwork(s) CN.11.VAI.1 Describe various purposes for creating art in the context of self, family, community, social and global perspectives (e.g., aesthetic, cultural, functional, historical, occupational, social, therapeutic, interdisciplinary) CN.11.VAII.1 Discuss various purposes for creating art in the context of self, family, community, social and global perspectives (e.g., aesthetic, cultural, functional, historical, occupational, social, therapeutic, interdisciplinary)