Rubric Assessment Sheet Scheme Title Study the human figure through drawing and use this work to conceive and create a site-specific figurative sculpture for your school. Class group 5th year Date: 13th March – 4th May Drawing & Exploration Technical Skills Knowledge & understanding Attitude Ability to record and convey qualities of Ability to develop and translate Show awareness of the importance of Show willingness to participate to the subject matter such as; form, space, visual information recorded about drawing for visual analysis, exploring the best of their ability. proportion, vitality, light and dark the subject matter in regard to form, subject matter and planning for three- through observational drawing using space, vitality / tension into the dimensional work. Open to embracing the discipline exercises in line and tone. drawing. of drawing and sculpture, new Knowledge and awareness of techniques and experimentation. Demonstrate an understanding of form Ability to be creative and highly international and Irish sculptors working and space and how it can be proficient in their application of with the human figure (Rowan Gillespie, Adapts a creative attitude – uses created/conveyed in a drawing. materials and techniques to convey Paddy Campbell) and examples of site- their imagination regarding contours, form, space, specific and public work in Ireland and theme and placement. Use drawing media to creatively to action/mood/tension in the abroad. describe the features, stance and vitality drawings. Works well individually and of the figure. Introduction to production techniques within a team. Is conscientious Ability to pre-plan and solve and processes in sculptural work. and self-motivated. Ability to work and rework a drawing technical issues as they arise in without pressure of creating a finished relation to casting a figure in packing Understanding of the concept and Is proactive. work. Drawing for analysis and planning tape, installing a sculpture on site creation of ‘site-specific’ work. of sculptural work. and ensuring the sculpture is Understanding of how to ‘pitch’ and idea structurally sound. to client. Evidence of Learning Students drawings are proportionate and Students show development in their Students gather adequate visual Effective use of class time. show understanding of form, space and figure drawing skills and display information in class and on location to Commitment and effort goes into the use of the line, light and shade to awareness of form, space, depth and inform their sculptural work. developing and planning design. depict the three-dimensional form. vitality, through competent use of mark-making techniques and Students to competently describe, analyse Students show effort to develop Ability to use the full page to best experimental / well-executed and discuss works of art shown in their drawing skills thorough advantage. Positioning and fitting the full explorations. presentation and to show evidence of observation and testing new figure onto the drawing sheet (not cutting understanding in their work. ideas, materials and skills within off the head or legs.) Sculpture stands free or is their drawings. hung/mounted as designed. Students to create a professional Appropriate and effective use of Sculpture is structurally sound with presentation and present this to their Demonstrates enthusiasm in all materials – pencil, conte or oil pastel / added support where necessary. ‘client’. aspects of the project, co-operates crayon investigating subject matter well with other students and qualities such as colour, form and surface Execution is neat and with smooth, Students to rationalise the choice of works to the best of their ability. interest. high quality finish. Assemblage and theme and location for their sculpture. proportion are correct. Drawing of figures on and in location.
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