Friday and Korb is GONE! Let’s work #Extra and make him #ProudToBeATeacher

#13 Each generation gets to reinvent art in its own image. Because art is an act of description, it is inevitable that what it describes will reflect every generation’s bias of the moment. It is not a strict reflection of a time but an interpretation rendered in a language that is always in a state of transformation. Kit White 101 Things I Learned in Art School

Drawing: Time to SKETCH – Research if you need to.

2.1Ac: Through experimentation, practice, and persistence, demonstrate acquisition of skills and knowledge in a chosen art form.

Describe and explain the following: 1) What is successful in your PHOTOGRAPH that you would like to see used in your DRAWING? 2) What is the mood in your photograph that you hope to bring out in your drawing? and 3) What aspects of the German Expressionist works that you researched are you interested in using in your drawing?

Otto Dix: German Expressionist – Museum of Modern Art:

What is the progress of the sketches thus far? What are you doing well? What are you currently struggling with?

Studio Art 360: Still Life Drawing BACK TO IT after a mid crit!

10.1P: Document the process of developing ideas from early stages to fully elaborated ideas.

Look back at your stages of the drawing from the beginning of this week, what is going well with your work?

Pile of SHOES: Essential to skill Development:

How’d you do this week? List 3 things that you are really please with and explain WHY you are happy with them. REMEMBER – SKETCHBOOK IS DUE TUESDAY!

AP Studio Art: Time to Mark Tansey the boards – Work of Art on Monday

I left a mark tansey book on the kitchen table. I encourage you to look at the images in it a little bit more carefully than we did when we watched the video from yesterday also the New York Times article was so out of order in my hand out there is a link to the article that you can read more completely below.

1.1 Ad: Visualize and hypothesize to generate plans for ideas and directions for creating art and design that can affect social change.

THE NEW YORK TIMES ARTICLE – In the correct order of paragraphs today: Mark Tansey (NYTimes Article)

Have you thought more about your social topic? How is your ART going to make an impact on the world? How are you going to make someone STOP and LOOk at your monochromatic work?

Mark Tansey – Interviewing the Sphynx…

DEADLINE – Monday October 30? Nope – We will push it to the FOLLOWING Monday but it WILL be graded for 1st Quarter. What are you doing this weekend to begin this work so that you are going to get this done for Monday November 5? What constraints do you see in having a MONOCHROMATIC image? What benefits?

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