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Gr. 9 Culminating Activity

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    • Unit 5: Artist's NotebookUnit 5: Artist's Notebook
    • Final Project: The Artist’s NotebookFinal Project: The Artist’s Notebook  You will create a book containingYou will create a book containing examples ofexamples of artworkartwork you have created this semester.you have created this semester.  The book will also contain yourThe book will also contain your reflectionsreflections onon your artisticyour artistic developmentdevelopment..  This book is not only a vessel for your work, it isThis book is not only a vessel for your work, it is anan artworkartwork itself.itself.
    • Artist's Notebook: ContentsArtist's Notebook: Contents  You must includeYou must include examplesexamples of techniques fromof techniques from eacheach unitunit::  Unit 1: DrawingUnit 1: Drawing  Unit 2: ClayUnit 2: Clay  Unit 3: PaintingUnit 3: Painting  Unit 4: PrintmakingUnit 4: Printmaking
    • Final Project: Artist's NotebookFinal Project: Artist's Notebook  ForFor each Uniteach Unit, you must answer these, you must answer these twotwo questions:questions: 1.1. Describe your artistic development. What have you learned thisDescribe your artistic development. What have you learned this semester? (newly acquired skills, techniques, information)semester? (newly acquired skills, techniques, information) 2.2. Self-Assessment:Self-Assessment: how well do you think you did in using thehow well do you think you did in using the new techniques and materials in each unit?new techniques and materials in each unit? Explain.Explain.  You must includeYou must include 4 decorative pages4 decorative pages that show thethat show the techniques you learned this semester.techniques you learned this semester.  For aFor a conclusionconclusion, answer the following question:, answer the following question: Why is art important?Why is art important?
    • Formatting the Artist’s NotebookFormatting the Artist’s Notebook  The book must be aThe book must be a uniform sizeuniform size (no pages sticking out or(no pages sticking out or just shoved in)just shoved in)  The book must beThe book must be handmadehandmade. You may use string, wire, or. You may use string, wire, or ribbon to bind it.ribbon to bind it. DO NOTDO NOT staplestaple the book together.the book together. DO NOT put the contents in a report cover/DO NOT put the contents in a report cover/binderbinder.. DO NOTDO NOT buybuy a journal/scrapbook.a journal/scrapbook.  The book must haveThe book must have a cover with a titlea cover with a title..  The book is a piece of art; so the written pages should beThe book is a piece of art; so the written pages should be distributed evenlydistributed evenly among the decorative pages.among the decorative pages.  The book must beThe book must be neatneat. Remember this is the culmination of. Remember this is the culmination of your work this semester, andyour work this semester, and it's worth 15%it's worth 15% of your finalof your final grade.grade.
    • 1.1. Combining images with text (use decoratedCombining images with text (use decorated bordersborders,, decorated lettersdecorated letters, and, and collagedcollaged images)images) 2. Neat2. Neat bindingbinding 3.3. AttractiveAttractive coverscovers 4.4. InterestingInteresting detailsdetails (stitching, cover images, added texture)(stitching, cover images, added texture) 5. Unique5. Unique formatting (dimensions and binding materials)formatting (dimensions and binding materials) 6.6. Easy to handle (easily opened & shut)Easy to handle (easily opened & shut) 7. Consistent7. Consistent (size of paper)(size of paper) What makes a good Artist’s Book?What makes a good Artist’s Book?
    • What makes a good Artist’s Book?What makes a good Artist’s Book?
    • What makes a good Artist’s Book?What makes a good Artist’s Book?
    • What makes a good Artist’s Book?What makes a good Artist’s Book?
    • What makes a good Artist’s Book?What makes a good Artist’s Book?