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CLO: Students will be able to justify their creative choices through an artist statement using the prompts below:
Artist Statement Prompts:
Please submit your final jpg imagery and artist statement through the SouthStringer1617.weebly.com homepage!
CLO: Students will be able to discuss the work in the student art show in room 105 through a gallery walk and reflection (below).
Process: Go to room 105 (no backpacks please) with paper and pencil so that you can record your thoughts to assist you in completing your reflection. Gallery walk around the room and choose the pieces that speak to you the most in the following mediums:
Who created the piece? Briefly describe it...
What stands out to you the most in each of these pieces?
How could you incorporate that same idea into a digital piece in graphic design?
When you are finished, please return to class and complete the reflection below:
CLO: Students will brainstorm a list of fictional/fantastical places or modes of travel based on literature in order to inform and guide their design process.
CLO: Students will be able to analyze student work and defend their choices for the strongest pieces in multiple categories using academic language through written nominations.
Keeping in mind our overarching academic language and goals for the project, please nominate winners for the following categories:
Most Powerful Social Justice Voice:
Most Cohesive Campaign:
Most Creative Design:
CLO: Students will be able to review where they are and refocus their plan for their social justice campaigns through analyzing feedback and implementing strategic changes.
Focusing on academic language (Social Justice, Campaign, and Cohesiveness) interpret the intended meaning behind 4 artworks/campaigns.
Target areas for feedback:
What story does the piece communicate?
Does the series feel connected?
What feelings does the piece evoke?
What is one thing they could do to improve?
Take 4 sticky notes and answer one of these questions each for 4 different artworks. Choose the area that best matches the project you are critiquing.
CLO: Students will be able to develop a plan for their social justice campaign including learning goals, process, skills needed and end product. The plan should be submitted in writing. If you are working in a group, one submission is acceptable.
CLO: Students will be able to define social justice in their own words and justify/ plan for a social justice campaign or propose one of their own through brainstorming and writing.
What is Social Justice?
Analyze Banksy Message:
Brainstorm and choice process:
What if none of these inspire your creativity? Propose your own idea! Maybe design a fictional music concert as a benefit for your cause. Who would play? What would the advertising look like (Posters, tickets, etc)? What would an album cover look like?
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.