Docstoc

Art-Project-Proposal-REDO

Document Sample
Art-Project-Proposal-REDO Powered By Docstoc
					STEP 1: Art Project Proposal

Student Name:                                                                   Trimester 1 2 3

                                                                                 Day Met: A B C

Project #___________

Description of Project- Include the subject, purpose, processes, materials and other relative information (Some possible
beginning statements may be: For this project I will be creating….The skills I want to strengthen through this project
are…The purpose of my project is…) :




Elements of art in focus- Describe the element(s) you will intentionally use AND explain how they might be used in your
artwork




Principles of design in focus- Describe the principle(s) you will intentionally use AND explain how they might be used in
your artwork




Personal growth objectives- Describe an area of weakness you will focus on strengthening through this project. What do
you hope to learn?




Audience/Presentation- Who will be viewing your work?(Besides me) Where is the intended place for viewing? Describe
how your artwork best fits the space you have planned?




Materials List- A list of all the materials and resources you will need to complete your project:
STEP 2: Art Project Proposal
Research Page

  1. Where have you looked for information on media/processes, history, and subject to get your inspiration for
     this project? LIST research areas and reference sources.

   
   
   
   

  2. Write a summary of some of things you have learned from your research that you will use to help you develop
     your artwork. (Include tips, process steps, or how the new information is relative to your work)

   _______________________________________________________________________________________________
   _______________________________________________________________________________________________
   _______________________________________________________________________________________________
   _______________________________________________________________________________________________
   _______________________________________________________________________________________________
   _______________________________________________________________________________________________
   _______________________________________________________________________________________________
   _______________________________________________________________________________________________
   _______________________________________________________________________________________________
   _______________________________________________________________________________________________




    3. Attach AT LEAST 1 article or printed reference material from internet. Photographic references are to be kept
   in your sketchbook. Attach only research history, media use, or processes.
STEP 3: Art Proposal

Final Composition Thumbnail Sketch (rough draft drawing)-Draw a small sketch of your project design. This should
come after several sketches on a page in your sketchbook. Indicate size, 2D or 3D, and other relevant notes, like color
scheme.




Date__________


Approved____________

With these
changes___________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
Rejected ____________
Reason____________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
Teacher’s Signature____________________________________________________________
                                                                   Justification (Why do you think you are
                 Grading Criteria                    A   M     E   approaching, meeting, or exceeding these
                                                                   expectations?)
Planning- The student…
     completes the proposal
     conducts meaningful research on history,
       media, and processes and is able to fully
       express how those perspectives influences
       their work
     carefully collects and experiments with
       materials prior to the final piece
Production- The student…
     self-monitors for learning
     searches to solve problems as they arise
       independent of the teacher
     remains focused on the creative vision for
       the piece
     carefully prepares the work surface and is
       responsible storing their own work
Presentation The student…
     carefully plans for the finished artwork
     problem solves with materials
     makes intentional choices to how work is
       executed and finally presented
Personal Growth Objectives (From Page 1 of
proposal)
     Growth 1:

     Growth 2:
Knowledge of Art Elements and Design Principles
(From page 1 of proposal)
    
    
    
    
    


HOW have you grown as an artist as a result of this project? What would you do differently if you were to start over?
Artist Statement ROUGH Draft

An artist statement functions to help other viewer to see what you saw to create your work. It is a chance to explain the
processes involved in making your piece: the art process and the thinking process. Work on your rough draft in this
space. Make edits and revisions and ask another peer to read it and ask questions to help you further develop your artist
statement. Artist statements should be about 2 or more paragraphs.

				
DOCUMENT INFO
Shared By:
Categories:
Tags:
Stats:
views:5
posted:10/23/2012
language:Latin
pages:5