Graduation Project: Visual Arts The 2 D Design Portfolio The student will submit a portfolio of original works that involves powerful decision making about using the elements and principles of art in two dimensional designs. I. The student will submit an application, to their current art teacher, of intent to submit a portfolio. II. The portfolio will include: A. 10 to 12 original works of art B. Actual works on flat paper, cardboard, canvas board, unstretched or stretched canvas is acceptable. The work may not be larger than 18 x 24” including matting or mounting. Works that are smaller than 8 x 10” should be mounted or matted on sheets at least 8 x 10”. C. An independently created mixed media work. D. Art works demonstrating a conscious and deliberate application of the principles of design: unity, variety, balance, emphasis, contrast, scale, rhythm and proportion. E. Works demonstrating the student’s experimentation with a variety of two dimensional media including, but not limited to, graphic design, typography, digital imaging, photography, collage, fabric design, illustration, painting, printmaking, video or an approved computer generated project. F. Current work. Only work demonstrating involvement in the visual arts during the high school years will be accepted. G. Works organized in a portfolio. The works should be neat. The work should be protected from smudging and damage by matting or mounting. III. Additional require ments: Sketchbook(s) Written critique Evidence of art history research Written commentary defining the student’s involvement in creating a work of art 4 studio hours/Month IV Schedule an appointment: When the portfolio and additional works are ready for presentation, the student will schedule an appointment for a portfolio review. V. The student will meet with the art department faculty for the portfolio review.
Pages to are hidden for
"Graduation Project Visual Arts"Please download to view full document