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  • 6th grade the big review kh

    1. 1. Post Assessment test The Big Review!
    2. 2. Grading 4 points for each section (The test has 6 sections) 4: Answered all/most questions and shows an understanding of these topics. 3: Answered more than half of the questions and shows an understanding of these topics. 2: Answered half or less of the questions and shows an understanding of some of `the topics. 1: Shows little or no understanding.
    3. 3. Part 1: Elements of Art
    4. 4. The Elements of Art • Line: Draw 3 types of line artists use • Color: List color groups (name of group and colors in the group. • Shape: Draw and name 3 shapes • Form: What is the difference between shape and form.
    5. 5. What types of lines do artists use?
    6. 6. Color Schemes/theories/groups • Name of the color group • List of colors in the group. Complementary Colors
    7. 7. The Sensory elements of Art • Value: Explain value as it is used in art. Draw an example • Texture: List words that describe different textures.
    8. 8. The Sensory elements of Art • Space: List words that describe how space is used in art. : refers to distances or areas around, between or within components of a piece.
    9. 9. Create a drawing using at least 2 elements • Describe how you used the elements (2 or more sentences.) Discuss at your table: How does this artwork use: line, shape/form, color, texture and space?
    10. 10. Part 2 The Principles of Art
    11. 11. The Principles of Art • Pattern • Unity or Variety
    12. 12. The Principles of Art • Symmetrical or Asymmetrical Balance • Movement • Emphasis
    13. 13. Radial Symmetry. Bilateral Symmetry Asymmetry
    14. 14. Part 3 The Style Characteristics of Western and Non- Western Art • Non-Western art refers to any art objects originating from the cultures and societies outside of the Western world. • The West includes the cultures of Europe and the arts utilizing European aesthetics. • Arts of colonized areas such as the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Canada are considered the West, • but the arts from the native peoples of these countries are referred to as non-Western art.
    15. 15. The Characteristics of Non-Western Art 6th grade: Ancient Egypt Indigenous Art of the Americas Traditional African Aboriginal Australian Prehistoric Eastern Asian Classical (Ancient Greece and Rome)
    16. 16. Art Vocabulary Do you know what these “Art” words mean? ABSTRACT REALISTIC STYLE
    17. 17. Pre-historic Art • What does it look like? (The Style) • Do you know a famous example? Lascaux
    18. 18. Australian Aboriginal • What does it look like? (The Style) • Do you know a famous example? ?????
    19. 19. Ancient Egyptian Art • What does it look like? (The Style) • Do you know a famous example?
    20. 20. Classical Art • What does it look like? (The Style) • Do you know a famous example?
    21. 21. Traditional African Art • What does it look like? (The Style) • Do you know a famous example? Kente Cloth Chiwara Benin Bronze Plaque
    22. 22. Part 4 Demonstrate the characteristics of tools, materials and techniques used in creating art.
    23. 23. Demonstrate the characteristics of Tools, materials and techniques used in creating art. • Material? • Tools used with that material? • 3 or more Techniques used with the material?
    24. 24. • Collage, cut and paste • Crayon resist • Correct proportion of the human figure and face • Shading/Values • Blending colors and layering colors. • Adding texture, pattern to clay. • Smoothing clay- Subtractive and additive sculpture. • Weaving. Media/ Materials Tools vs. Techniques (above)
    25. 25. Demonstrate the characteristics of Tools, materials and techniques used in creating art. Discuss at your table: • What are some types of two dimensional art? • What are some types of three dimensional art?
    26. 26. Part 5 Compare and Contrast connections in Art.
    27. 27. List your favorite work of Visual Art.
    28. 28. Who is the artist ? Explain why you like this artwork.
    29. 29. Compare and Contrast connections in Art. • Artwork everyone should know? • Why is it important? Cloud Gate artist: Anish Kapoor
    30. 30. Artists: You may not know the artist but you should know the culture. Frida Kahlo Self-Portrait Rembrandt Lucretia Franz Marc Large Blue Horses Edvard Munch The Scream Frank Lloyd Wright Fallingwater Michelangelo Sistine Chapel
    31. 31. Cave Art: Lascaux Cave in Southern France. Artist: Unknown (prehistoric)
    32. 32. Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi
    33. 33. Vera Bradley
    34. 34. Mona Lisa Artist: Leonardo Da Vinci
    35. 35. Self Portrait Artist: Picasso
    36. 36. American Gothic Artist: Grant Wood
    37. 37. Eiffel Tower Architect: Gustav Eiffel
    38. 38. Spoon Bridge and Cherry Artist: Claus Oldenburg
    39. 39. The Great Wave Artist: Hokusai
    40. 40. The Sphinx- Ancient Egypt
    41. 41. Part 6 Analyze the meaning and function of art.
    42. 42. Analyze the meaning and function of art. • What is art? • What is good art? • DO YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO ADD OR CHANGE?
    43. 43. What is Art? You should be developing ideas for a definition of “Art”. Art (http://dict.die.net/art/) 1: the products of human creativity; works of art collectively; "an art exhibition"; "a fine collection of art" 2: the creation of beautiful or significant things; "a good example of modern art": "I was never any good at art" 3: a superior skill that you can learn by study and practice and observation; "the art of conversation"; "it's quite an art" 4: photographs or other visual representations in a printed publication; "the publisher was responsible for all the artwork in the book"
    44. 44. What is GOOD art? Classical Sculpture of Diana and African “Chiwara” Sculpture You should know your own personal criteria for judging art. Skill Creativity Who made it Beauty Own it/Hang it? When it was made Expression Imitation It looks nice to you. Time spent on it. How it was made It is famous.
    45. 45. Analyze the meaning and function of art. • Reason artwork was made: Think about why the cultures we studied made their art. • Know a Famous Art example for each reason.
    46. 46. Cultures & Art Why is art an important part of every culture?
    47. 47. Prehistoric Ancient ContemporaryModern And what does art mean to you?

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