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Naea secondary session - Becky Blaine

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  • 1. ArtVenturesConnecting School andCommunity through theVisual Arts
  • 2. Visual Journals• Using journals as sourcebooks to explore media, process and content
  • 3. Class time provided for journalexplorations
  • 4. Journal variations* Create a personal cover* Bind variety of papers and surfaces
  • 5. Use binder for flexibility in placementand storage
  • 6. More variations – adding on-location studies andbinding photos into a working resource file
  • 7. Mapping MyselfStudent Sketchbook Project
  • 8. Assignment incorporated elements covered in the introductory2D Media course – book worked on during semester
  • 9. Sketchbook demonstrated student’s understanding oflessons presented and encouraged personal expression
  • 10. Each student ‘s book reflected their personality,approach to the assignment and their personal style
  • 11. Assignment was used as part of the semester assessmentportfolio – students selected page to share with class
  • 12. Visual Journal used as resource file for intermediate and advanced projects
  • 13. Developing theme in art work – observations of daily lifeand relationships from exaggerated perspective
  • 14. Study of a subject showingexploration of space andvalue
  • 15. Experimental watercolor studies form basis of finalwatercolor interpretation portrait assignment
  • 16. Working with specific colorscheme and shapes to breakup the picture plane
  • 17. Portrait variations based on preliminary studiesin sourcebooks and journals
  • 18. Journal reflections and media experiments used forresources and inspiration for mixed media work
  • 19. Media experiments inspired NAHS members to createpersonalized nametags for artists in Norris Gallery shows
  • 20. Student shows also have exhibit timein Norris Gallery schedule
  • 21. Art Alumni students showcased in Norris Shows
  • 22. Art students and NAHS members – connecting to fine artsdepartment, school and community through service projects
  • 23. NAHS
  • 24. character - academics - service