IB Visual Arts


In Class:


Week 1

Check in Summer Work
Sketchbook exploration(40 pages) 
2 Gallery or Art Museum  Reports

Warm up fun 
Sketchbook surface exploration
Review Elements and Principles of Design

Finish Summer work for first week conference with Mr.s Ahlers

 Week 2  Compare and Contrast 
two Artists

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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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