Unit 6 demonstration of materials begin working on project 4 lecture on non

Unit 6 demonstration of materials begin working on

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Unit 6: demonstration of materials, begin working on project 4. lecture on non-iconography and found, raw materials. Unit 7: work session on project 4, lecture further on the use of color symbolism and actual and implied texture. lead exercises in mind-mapping and free-association for any students who may be unduly challenged by working non-objectively. Unit 7: make rounds among students in order to confirm that progress is being made, speak with students about what to expect for the fourth critique, reassert what terminology should be used during critique and grading criteria will be for project 4. Unit 8: project 4 due, critique project 4, discuss materials for project 5. time permitting show students examples of previous student work. Unit 8: demonstration of materials, begin working on project 5. make rounds to ensure students are confident with their materials and techniques. Unit 9: work session for project 5, lecture on Arthur Dove, Andrea Zittel and the dadaists. make suggestions to students regarding safe and legal foraging for supplies as well as share local thrift store resources. Unit 9: work session on project 5. lecture on alternative, upcycled materials and different means of forming art to the human body including worbla, plaster gauze, and hand-made prosthetics.
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Unit 10: work session on project 5, give individual in-progress critiques, turn in all late work and re-submissions, turn in final sketchbooks. speak with students about what to expect for the final critique, reassert what terminology should be used during critique and grading criteria will be for the final project. Unit 10: project 5 due, final critique, all students complete the post-test, confirm that all students have completed best project submission in Drop Box. Grading Opportunities: Your overall course grade will be computed according to the following breakdown: Assignment Weight Weight project 1: paper toy project, you will be graded partially on how much you verbally participate in critique. 12.5% project 2: trompe l'oeil food, you will be graded partially on how much you verbally participate in critique. 12.5% project 3: blank is to blank like blank is to blank, you will be graded partially on how much you verbally participate in critique. 12.5% project 4: non-objective, you will be graded partially on how much you verbally participate in critique. 12.5% project 5: wearable art, you will be graded partially on how much you verbally participate in critique. 12.5% mid-term exam 12.5% mid-term sketchbook, you will be partially graded on how much written research you have for each assignment. 12.5% final sketchbook, you will be partially graded on how much written research you have for each assignment. 12.5% Total Weight 100 percent 100 percent
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Grading Standards Range Range Letter grade: A = excellent 90 —100 percent Letter grade: B = good 80 — 89 percent Letter grade: C = * 70 — 79 percent Letter grade: D = * 60 — 69 percent Letter grade: F = failing 0 — 59 percent *Refer to the student handbooks and departmental standards for minimal acceptance for passing grade.
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