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IB Visual Arts

Date:

In Class:

Homework:

 3/17-3/20  Remote Learning this week
See Google Classroom for all information and ATTENDANCE
SL and HL year 2 must have exhibits hung, photographed and uploaded to Google slides ready to upload to IB by 4/3. Curatorial Rationale (written exhibition statement) and exhibition texts due 4/3.
HL year 1 continue to research and explore art techniques in your process portfolio, photograph and upload to google slides.

 Check in for ATTENDANCE
in Google Classroom
 Jan









Sketchbook check in: Research, process pages.
Read Process Portfolio Rubric in Google Classroom for content requirements
Comparative Study Check: 2 artists 3 artworks. Read rubric for content requirements in Google Classroom

Complete Exhibition works

 Scan or photograph sketchbook pages and artworks, upload in Google Slides

Research artists for Comparative study

Work on Exhibition artworks
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 Feb

Plan Exhibition: Set up, sketches, photos for Process portfolio
Complete Exhibition Works
Write Curatorial Rationale and exhibition texts
 Scan or Photograph sketchbook pages and artworks, upload in Google slides
Format Comparative Study with research and images
March 








SL and 2nd year HL Exhibition Preparation
Curatorial Rational Due 1st week in March
Junior Practice Exhibition: 3-4 works with exhibition texts

Exhibition
Art Gallery 6-9


Process Portfolio
Upload photos, process text into Google slides

Exhibition Text: see Google Classroom for template



April





 Due:
April 1st -Uploaded Exhibition artworks, exhibition photos, Exhibition texts
April 16th - Uploaded Process Portfolio and Comparative Study

 
May Senior Project: choice
HL year 1 Critique
Painting Easel.png
The visual art are integral part of everyday life, permeating all levels of human creativity, expression, communication and understanding. The range from traditional forms embedded in local and wider communities, societies and cultures, to the varied and divergent practices associated with new, emerging and contemporary forms of visual language. They may have sociopolitical impact as well as ritual, spiritual, decorative and functional value; they can be persuasive and subversive in some instances, enlightening and uplifting others.  We celebrate the visual arts not only in the way we create images and objects, but also in the way we appreciate, enjoy, respect and respond to the practices of art-making by others from around the world. Theories and practices in visual arts are dynamic and every-changing, and connect many areas of knowledge and human experience through individual and collaborative exploration, creative production and critical interpretation.
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