Studio In Art Albany High School Mr. SicklerEmail: email@example.com
Studio In ArtThis course introduces the student to the ArtElements, Principles of Design and theirrelationship to the visual arts.A variety of artists, media and studio techniques areexplored in an art studio atmosphere.This course satisfies the Regent’s requirement for eitherone credit in Art or Music needed for high schoolgraduation.
Course Content:Art Elements & Principles of DesignArtists and Art MediaArt CareersHands-on Studio Experiences
TextbookThe Visual ExperienceJack A. Hobbs and Richard Salome• classroom resource copies
AHS Art Students are expected to:…come to class on time…participate every day…do your personal best…keep materials, portfolio and projects organized…work quietly, (cell phones and devices that emit sounds must be set so that they are silent)
AHS Art Students are expected to (continued)…not eat food in the Studio…use appropriate language and behavior…be respectful of peers and teacher…have name and period on all work…leave work area clean
Assessment and Course Grading Criteria1 Project Experiences…creativity, originality, technical quality and conceptualunderstanding of topics2 Concept Experiences…art exercises and practices that build a vocabulary and conceptualfoundation for larger projects3 Topic Assessments…approximately 8 topic assessments during the year, performance based,verbal, or written4 Participation…be on time to class, be on task, participate in class activities, behaveappropriately, keep class work up to date and organized in a portfolio
Materialsa pencil and pensketchbook is optionalall other materials areprovided by schooldistrict…