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Collage%20Assignment0 - composition(Refer to chapter 6 •...

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Jaune Quick-to-See Smith Pablo Picasso Collage Assignment Due in class October 14 It will only be accepted during class on that date; do not turn in before or after class Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso explored the idea of collage as a visual arts form in the early 20 th century. Since then, artists have been experimenting with pasted papers as a fine arts form. In this assignment, you will create a collage expressing who you are on an 8 ½ x 11” sheet of paper. In order to receive the maximum 5 points, you need to follow these guidelines: You can use any flat, 2-D materials including newspaper, magazines, photos, drawings, etc. to adhere to the 8 ½ x 11” sheet of paper. Consider also in including a frottage concept as well. Please secure all materials down so they are flat and don’t come off easily. (Exhibit good craftsmanship.) Apply the Principles of Design to create a good
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Unformatted text preview: composition. (Refer to chapter 6) • You may scan any part of your collage to incorporate computer collage techniques. Or you may scan your entire collage and turn in the hard copy of the original to class. • There are two choices in subject matter. The first choice is a “self-portrait.” This can include what you like and dislike, what your goals are, what your personality is like, etc. The second choice in subject matter is to redesign an album cover that you may have looked at for the Album Art assignment earlier this semester. There are many ways to approach this. Pick a purpose, approach, or intention that best expresses your idea. • Head your paper on the back of the collage, and indicate if you chose the portrait or album approach. Pablo Picasso Hannah Hoch Richard Hamilton...
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course A&D 255 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Purdue.

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