Kindergarten by forrests


									Arts Survey – Ninth through Twelfth Grade

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1. Produce an original project in dance, music, theatre, or visual arts using the creative process, including conceptualization, refinement of ideas and forms, and reflection on and evaluation of the process and product.  Using the elements and principals of organization in dance, music, theatre, and visual arts Examples: producing a multimedia report, directing or performing an original theatrical script, choreographing a dance, composing music, creating a work of art Analyze works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual arts from various cultures and historical periods to characterize major artistic styles, formal components, and aesthetic qualities.  Identifying major works of art Examples: dance—choreographer Marius Petipa’s Nutcracker Ballet, music—Antonio Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, theatre—William Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet, visual arts—Leonardo da Vinci’s painting Mona Lisa  Comparing various art forms from the same style and period Example: comparing characteristics of the arts during the medieval period to include saltarello dances, Gregorian chants, morality plays, and Gothic cathedrals  Comparing art forms from differing styles and periods Examples: dance—works by Michel Fokine and Merce Cunningham, music—symphonies by Wolfgang Mozart and Sergey Prokofiev, theatre—tragedies by Sophocles and Arthur Miller, visual arts—portraits by Mary Cassatt and Pablo Picasso  Classifying works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual arts by artistic style, period, or location Examples: dance—Anna Slezak’s polka dance, nineteenth century, Eastern Bohemia, (now Czechoslovakia); music—Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No. 94 in G major (Surprise Symphony), Classical period, Europe; theatre—Chikamatu Monzaemon’s play Sonezaki Shinju, Bunraku style, Edo period, Japan; visual arts—Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio’s oil painting The Calling of Saint Matthew, Baroque period, Italy

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Arts Survey - Ninth throughTwelfth Grade Textbook Author Edition Date of Publication Publisher Series

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 Describing contributions of composers, artists, directors, and choreographers to artistic styles Examples: dance—Martha Graham’s contributions to modern dance, music—Igor Stravinsky’s influence on twentieth-century music, theatre—Eugène Ionesco’s contributions to Theatre of the Absurd, visual arts—Henri Matisse’ contributions to color in twentiethcentury painting 3. Define arts terminology, including the elements and principles of organization and composition.  Using appropriate terminology to discuss works of art Examples: movement of the body in dance, movement of a concerto, movement of an actor across the stage, movement of the eye as a painting is viewed 4. Apply basic steps of critical analysis to selected works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual arts. Example: interpreting expressive intentions in a piece of music, a dance, a theatrical performance, or a visual work of art 5. Demonstrate proper audience behavior during a demonstration or performance. Examples: knowing when to be silent and when to applaud; knowing what not to touch in an exhibit or museum; responding appropriately to a dance, music, or theatre production; assuming proper role in solitary or group viewings in a museum or exhibition 6. Identify technical components of performance and exhibition spaces. Examples: platforms, backdrops, cyclorama, drapery, lighting, acoustic panels, risers, music stands  Describing the impact technical components have on a performance or exhibition Examples: lighting, acoustics, scenery, costumes, makeup, gallery space  Identifying the role of a director in a performance or exhibition Examples: stage director, musical conductor, gallery director, artistic director Describe the purpose and functions of specific works of art.  Relating the arts to historical, cultural, political, and social contexts Examples: dance—Kurt Joss’ The Green Table depicting the horrors of war, music—compositions such as Frederick Handel’s Water Music used for celebrations and dedications, theatre—Celeste Raspanti’s I Never Saw Another Butterfly portraying how children of the Holocaust coped by expressing themselves through art, visual arts—wall murals in tombs of ancient Egypt created for preparation for the afterlife

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Arts Survey - Ninth – Twelfth Grade Textbook Author Edition Date of Publication Publisher Series

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8. Identify various technologies used in the arts. Examples: videos, multimedia equipment, computer animation, performance art software, sound amplification and recording, special effects in theatre, traditional media such as etching and relief sculptures, instruments of the orchestra  Comparing the effects of traditional and new technologies Examples: dance—analyzing the effect of performance art software on a dance production, music—comparing sounds of acoustic and electronic instruments, theatre—comparing manipulation of lighting with computercontrolled lighting, visual arts—analyzing differences between airbrush and digital paint programs

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