STANDARD 1:Creating, Performing, and Participating in The Arts
Standard 1 - Creating, Performing, and Participating in The ArtsStudents will actively engage in the processes that constitute creation and performance in the arts (dance, music, theatre, and visual arts) and participate in various roles in the arts
Key idea: Students will make works of art that explore different kinds of subject matter, topics, themes, and metaphors. Students will understand and use sensory elements, organizational principles, and expressive images to communicate their own ideas in works of art. Students will use a variety of art materials, processes, mediums, and techniques, and use appropriate technologies for creating and exhibiting visual art works.
•experiment and create art works, in a variety of mediums (drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, video, and computer graphics).
•They will base: on a range of individual and collective experiences develop their own ideas and images through the exploration and creation of art works based on themes, symbols, and events understand and use the elements and principles of art (line, color, texture, shape) in order to communicate their ideas reveal through their own art work.
•understanding of how art mediums and techniques influence their creative decisions identify and use, in individual and group experiences, some of the roles and means for designing, producing, and exhibiting art works.
•produce a collection of art works, in a variety of mediums, based on a range of individual and collective experiences know and use a variety of sources for developing and conveying ideas, images, themes, symbols, and events.
•in their creation of art use the elements and principles of art to communicate specific meanings to others in their art work during the creative process, reflect on the effectiveness of selected mediums or techniques to convey intended meanings.
•identify and use, in individual and group experiences, some of the roles and means for designing, producing, and exhibiting art works and discuss ways to improve them
•create a collection of art work, in a variety of mediums, based on instructional assignments and individual and collective experiences to explore perceptions, ideas, and viewpoints.
•create art works in which they use and evaluate different kinds of mediums, subjects, themes, symbols, metaphors, and images demonstrate an increasing level of competence in using the elements and principles of art.
•create art works for public exhibition reflect on their developing work to determine the effectiveness of selected mediums and techniques for conveying meaning and adjust their decisions accordingly
Commencement Major Sequence
•produce comprehensive and well organized commencement portfolios of their work reveal through their work.
•investigation of a variety of individual ideas and at least one theme explored imaginatively and in depth give evidence that they have developed an emerging personal style use selected mediums and techniques and select the most appropriate mediums and techniques to communicate their ideas.
•Students will make works of art that explore different kinds of subject matter, topics, themes and metaphors.
•Students will understand and use sensory elements, organizational principles and expressive images to communicate their own ideas in works of art. Students will use a variety of art materials, processes, mediums and techniques, and use appropriate technologies for creating and exhibiting visual arts works.
•explore selected works of art in order to discover that these works were made by artists and to discover how they were made (the exploration may be both visual and tactile).
•demonstrate the basic skills in cutting, pasting, using clay and using a paint brush.
•create works of art based on their personal experiences as well as their imagination.
•explore themes derived from their own personal experiences (such as stories, pets, trips) and make art that tells something about that experience.
•explore selected symbols that are used in art, (such as the symbol for the sun or a tree) and discuss how the shape of the symbol may be different from one work to another but yet the symbol is still able to be identified or named.
•learn to name visual elements (such as shapes, textures and colors) through multisensory experiences make works of art which incorporate selected visual elements. are guided to reflect upon what their art work looks like, how they used the medium (such as paint or crayon) work on a class work of art such as a mural or class book.