12 Great Magazine Templates for Google Slides

12 Great Magazine Templates for Google Slides

smARThistory.org

This is a great resource for learning about art!

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AP Concentration Statements

Artist Statement for concentration

These are the questions asked by the A.P. board…
Use art specific language.  Refer to specific works.

1.    What is the central idea of your concentration?

               2.    How does the work in your concentration demonstrate the exploration of your idea?  Please refer to specific images as examples.

Here is an example:

  1. The central idea of my concentration is the relationship between fashion, modern machines, and inventions that have revolutionized the creative process of making and designing outfits such as the sewing machine, its parts, and dress forms. I believe that both the artistic aspect of making fashion and the scientific component that is involved in designing machines build on each other.
  2. The work in my concentration demonstrates the exploration of my idea because it shows the relationship between fashion and the machines that aid in the making. For example, several of my paintings (such as images 26-30) I juxtaposed dress forms with gears. In these paintings the gears that are inside the form and have a tighter definition are symbolizing the mechanical process of making clothes today by showing the tools that are used more often in making clothing, while the background is more organic, uses loose lines to symbolize the innate, creative process that is involved in designing process of clothing creation.

Thank you worthington-portal.org for this example.  Please use the previous links to view more examples on the AP website.

PDF AP Art Rubric “Living Document” from College Board

AP 2D Design Rubric Living Document from AP college board

MugTug Sketchpad Assignment

Click on the link: MugTug Sketchpad

1. Create 3 different works of art using the MugTug Sketchpad.  Your finished work should be visually appealing or interesting.  It should utilize the elements and principles of design.

2. Be sure to try out the many different pattern options on MugTug Sketchpad. Notice the control options at the top.  Explore the drop down menus, shape and brush adjustment menus.

You can “paint butterflies” and “draw with” 100s of different patterns. Save the works you create and post them to your blog before you leave.

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Digital Home Design! Architect School: Design a floor plan with Frank Lloyd Wright.

click on this link:  http://architectstudio3d.org/AS3d/design_studiolite.html

Surrealism

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21st Century Learners Charts and Diagrams

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Diagram of a Sphere: Value Study

I can draw a sphere.
I can create the illusion of a 3 dimensional form.
I understand the difference in and outline and a fully shaded object.

Vocabulary: sphere, form, value, highlight, core shadow, shading, cast shadow, gradient

Performance task: Draw a sphere in your sketchbook.  Try to contour your drawing to the shape of a sphere (not side to side, rounded marks).  Try to blend your values as you shade from the core shadow to the highlight.

image source: http://pd.scisdragons.net/msart1/2011/09/22/sketchbook-assignment-5-spheres-composition/diagram of a sphere

Principles of Design

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