51: Learn the basic principles of color. There are three primary colors: red, blue, and yellow. They are the building blocks of all other colors. The secondary colors are violet (blue and red), green (blue and yellow), and orange (red and yellow). They are composed by the equal mixture of two primaries. All other colors are referred to as tertiary, because they are mixtures of a primary and a secondary color. Kit White 101 Things to Learn in Art School
STUDIO ART 360: color and Color Schemes
UW-M Field Trip: TOMORROW we will meet at DOOR #8 (Main Office) at 7:55 and go from there. We will NOT be dismissing you via the announcements – you’ll just have to know to get up and leave class quietly and respectfully.
QUIZ – -What are the PRIMARY, SECONDARY, and TERTIARY colors? Sticky Note!
Review with neighbors the relationships of the colors on the color wheel? When you look in your closet… what COLORS do you think you have the most of hanging? Why do you think that you have more of that color than others?
PAINTING: Hallways and Abstraction
As an individual, what do you think you are going to struggle with the most in today’s (and tomorrow – and maybe Monday’s) Critique.
What one thing did you add to the critique that nobody else did?
Drawing: Kandinsky- Computer Lab – Google SlideShow
What did you take away from the KANDINSKY / BAUHAUS / der Blau Reider project? How can you see using these skills, understanding, knowledge in the future of your artmaking career?
What did writing about your image / ideas do to help you understand the ideas you were trying to communicate VISUALLY?
AP STUDIO ART: Concentration
How have YOU begun to understand the importance of reflection and N: Class critique – REVIEW some of the things to talk about during the critique. Ask the kids to talk about what is helpful and appropriate.
What is something that you took away from the critique today – whether it be about YOUR work or about another person’s work.
Listen to ONE OF THESE STORIES about ADVENTURE from ACT TWO! Tell a STORY and we will share it with Ira Glass: https://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/448/adventure
What is the CENTRAL IDEA behind your concentration? Remember that you need to have a common thread / common theme / CENTRAL IDEA that ties your works together.