Active Learning Projects are interactive exercises that bring difficult visual concepts to life.docx

Active Learning Projects are interactive exercises that bring difficult visual concepts to life.docx

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Active Learning Projects are interactive exercises that bring difficult visual concepts to life. This project involves a physical art project that must be created this semester, specifically for this class. You may NOT use previously created work. All original art works must be photographed or videoed and posted to Canvas, in addition to the written portion. You will also write a 300 (minimum) word response that: examines how your project brings specific artistic elements/principles to life. Connects what you have learned from your project with the material we studied or that you have seen elsewhere. Make sure that your writing is college level, proofread and uploaded as a word document. Below are several choices available to you, you must complete one. 1. Take a photo of a building near where you live, work, or go to school. Print this image on a piece of paper and, using colored markers or highlighters, pick out the vertical, horizontal, diagonal, curved, and organic lines, using different colors for each. Be sure to create a key for your colors. You will often find vertical lines in the sides of doors, windows, columns, tree trunks, and the sides of a building. Horizontal lines are often found at the foundation of the building, above and below doors and windows, and in the horizon. Any straight line that is not
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  • Fall '17
  • Dippold, Steffi

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