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writing tool, bar of lava soap, hand cleaner, 18”x 24” newsprint pad, 4 rolls of Bounty Paper towel, 1” inch wide roll of masking tape, Q-tips. This list will be added to prior to your arrival and will be sent to you with appropriate timing. We have a good art store here in town that will have materials available. All other materials are covered in Lab Fees and are supplied by the studio Evaluation and Grading: 1. Preliminary in class sketches/ Readings (20%) 2. A suite/ series of finished fine art prints (70%) 3. Participation: The ability to work together with mutual respect and regard for the well-being of others. To follow safety procedures and studio etiquette at all times and to participate in a responsible manner in all aspects associated with creative endeavors; attitude, production, engagement, self- motivation and discussions. (10%) Grade Explanation: A = Superlative work: careful attention to craft and presentation. Originality of idea and execution work together. Goes beyond merely solving the problem one who performs at this level is visibly outstanding, work is outstanding in every respect. B+ = Very fine work: almost superlative. A few minor changes could have been considered and executed to to bring piece together. Again, goes beyond merely solving the problem. B = Above average: solution to the problem and idea well planned. Execution is well done. This is an honorable grade. C+ = A bit above average: slipping in levels of originality, craft and presentation. The piece does not work well as a unified whole or statement yet effort was made.
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C = You have solved the problem: the requirements of the problem are met in a relatively routine way. D+ = You have solved the problem but there is much room for improving your skills and developing your concepts further. You have neglected the basic craftsmanship skills and breadth and depth of idea development. D = Inadequate work: the requirements of the problem are not addressed. The piece represents careless and/ or incomplete effort. Work is substandard. E = Unacceptable work and effort Academic Honesty policy: Students are expected to abide by the UF Academic Honesty Policy, found on the World Wide Web at < > which defines an academic honesty offense as “act of lying, cheating, or selling academic information so that one can gain academic advantage.”
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  • Fall '09
  • ONAL
  • Computer Programming, studio practice, art teachers, School of Art and Art History, Instructor- Robert Mueller- Teaching Assistant

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