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Summer Project Assignment brief 2014


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Summer Project Assignment brief 2014

  1. 1. A2 Photography – ART3 Introduction A2 makes up 50% of your overall A Level. It’s broken up into the following: ART3: Personal Investigation (60% A2 or 30% A Level). June – Feb 2015 ART4: Controlled assignment: 15 hours (40% A2 or 20% A Level). Feb – May Summer Project Homework Your Stop Motion and Summer Project are starting points to help inspire your Art3 Personal Investigation. You will than have two weeks to plan, organize and hold your Summer Project exhibition in the Autumn term. Task Details Done 1. Front Cover of sketchbook • Include your full name, A2 Photography: ART3 Personal Investigation 2. Introduction • Leave your first page BLANK initially – you will include your ART3 introduction later in the year. 3. Genres of Photography • Complete handout from moodle and include in your sketchbook 4. Stop Motion You should create a group and individual stop motion. Include the following in your sketchbook: a) Artist Research of inspiring stop motions. Similar in theme, concept or genre. b) Print your best 4 images from a kiosk and reflect c) Upload your final video onto a blog/youtube and include screengrab of this in your sketchbook (with the url clearly visible). d) Include a DVD of your final stop motions copy in your sketchbook. Remember the stop motion is meant to be fun and creative! 5. Summer Project Your Summer project should be based on a particular genre of photography or personal starting point that will help to inform your Art3 Personal Investigation. a) Summer Project introduction, what you are doing and why. Which genre of photography have you investigated? (refer to genres handout) b) Include artist research that links to your work. c) 6-10 final images printed in your sketchbook. d) Exhibition – plan and organise an exhibition for your summer project, it could be in a coffee shop/home/art gallery. e) In your sketchbook include an image from your exhibition and people viewing your work. f) Evaluation