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1 Course: Art/Crafts Introduction define crafts vocabulary examples and images of a variety of crafts materials problem solving resources craft books problem solving subject knowledge resource list resources review elements of art VA ~ Interpret the meanings of artistic works based on evidence from artists biographies, autobiographies, or videotaped or written interviews. For example, students read about how composer Aaron Copland and choreographer Martha Graham collaborated on the ballet, Appalachian Spring, and report on their sources of inspiration for the music and choreography. VA ~ Classify works from the United States and world cultures by genre, style, an historical period; explain why the works exemplify a particular genre, style, or period VA ~ Classify works from the United States and world cultures by genre, style, an historical period; explain why the works exemplify a particular genre, style, or period

2 VA ~ Identify works, genres, or styles that show the influence of two or more cultural traditions, and describe how the traditions are manifested in the work VA ~ Compare the available materials inventions, and technologies of two historical periods or cultures and explain their effect on the arts Mixed Materials history and origins of dolls and dollmaking 3-D design history of the doll and its functions VA ~ Demonstrate a mastery of tools and techniques in one medium sewing, gluing, papier mache processes problem solving varitey of fabrics and other materials origins and uses of papier mache sewing and gluing armature materials principles of 3-D design 3-D construction flour mixing and measuring bowls creativity newspaper VA ~ Describe and apply procedures for the safe and proper maintenance of the workspace, materials, and tools; identify potential health hazards associated with materials and techniques, and possible substitutes for hazardous materials VA ~ Create artwork that demonstrates facility in selective use of elements and principles of design to establish a personal style VA ~ Demonstrate the ability to draw from other disciplines in the creation of a body of work VA ~ Analyze a body of work, or the work of one artist, explaining its meaning and impact on society, symbolism, and visual metaphor

3 painting glue guns safe use of tools and materials needle/thread costume images VA ~ Identify and describe examples o how technological development in one artistic domain can influence work in other artistic domain VA ~ Compare the available materials inventions, and technologies of two historical periods or cultures and explain their effect on the arts VA ~ Continue the above and apply knowledge of cultural institutions to learning in the arts and other disciplines. Examples of this include: interviewing scientific illustrators model-makers, or exhibit designers about the skills needed to create a display in a science museum; Mosaic elements and principles of 2-D design creativity art history text how mosaic art works design mosaic images origins of mosaic problem solving terra cotta pots VA ~ Classify works from the United States and world cultures by genre, style, an historical period; explain why the works exemplify a particular genre, style, or period VA ~ Identify works, genres, or styles that show the influence of two or more cultural traditions, and describe how the traditions are manifested in the work VA ~ Identify and describe examples o how technological development in one artistic domain can influence work in other artistic domain

4 tiling processes assembly thin set seeing and arranging color safe use of tools and materials grout VA ~ Compare the available materials inventions, and technologies of two historical periods or cultures and explain their effect on the arts VA ~ Identify and describe the examples of the persistence of traditional historical materials and technologies in contemporary artworks. For example, a student interested in textile design investigates the works of artists who use plants to make dyes and finds out why they choose to use these traditional techniques. color theory grouting tiling tools seeing light beads 3-D design considerations fishing line Stained Glass history of cathedrals and stained glass windows 2-D design art history text varieties of stained glass design application of stains and liquid lead stained glass images VA ~ Demonstrate a mastery of tools and techniques in one medium vocabulary cutting and assembling glass cut glass VA ~ Describe and apply procedures for the safe and proper maintenance of the workspace, materials, and tools; identify potential health hazards associated with materials and techniques, and possible substitutes for hazardous materials VA ~ Create artwork that demonstrates a purposeful use of the elements and principles of design to convey meaning and emotion

5 old and new processes saudering channel canning materials cultural and historical awareness glass stains safe use of materials art appreciation liquid lead VA ~ Create artwork that demonstrates facility in selective use of elements and principles of design to establish a personal style VA ~ Analyze a body of work, or the work of one artist, explaining its meaning and impact on society, symbolism, and visual metaphor principles of 2-D design safe and appropriate use of tools and materials sauder flux suction cups homework trip- vew stained glass in churches VA ~ Classify works from the United States and world cultures by genre, style, an historical period; explain why the works exemplify a particular genre, style, or period VA ~ Identify works, genres, or styles that show the influence of two or more cultural traditions, and describe how the traditions are manifested in the work VA ~ Identify and describe examples o how technological development in one artistic domain can influence work in other artistic domain VA ~ Compare the available materials inventions, and technologies of two historical periods or cultures and explain their effect on the arts

6 Sculpture history and uses of papier mache safe use of wood cutting machines art history text processes used to create papier mache objects assembly flour vocabulary papier mache construction armatures materials materials preparation and mixing ratios paint cultural diversity materials preparation and mixing ratios miscellaneous materials and fabrics color theory materials preparation and mixing ratios interdisciplinary demonstration in woodshop safe use of woodcutting machines assembly problem solving safe and appropriate use of tools and materials principles of 3-D design Basket weaving history of New England basket weaving soaking, weaving, and cutting reed reed vocabulary dying reed rope basket weaving processes colonial history book clothes pins water buckets Mid Term

7 review tools, materials, vocabulary, images, culture/history relavant to crafts competed understanding craft images/slides elements and principles of 2-D & 3-D design awareness craft images/slides relevance to other art concepts and real worl dtools and materials VA ~ Demonstrate a mastery of tools and techniques in one medium VA ~ Analyze a body of work, or the work of one artist, explaining its meaning and impact on society, symbolism, and visual metaphor review and retention review worksheets appropirate use of tools and materials review "game" Printmaking history of printmaking woodcut process print images different types of prints and the different visual effects created using a safety board art history text VA ~ Demonstrate a mastery of tools and techniques in one medium matting, mounting, labeling using cutting tools printing press 2-D design using a brayer paper VA ~ Describe and apply procedures for the safe and proper maintenance of the workspace, materials, and tools; identify potential health hazards associated with materials and techniques, and possible substitutes for hazardous materials VA ~ Create artwork that demonstrates a purposeful use of the elements and principles of design to convey meaning and emotion

8 function of line using a press cut wood (pine) safe use of tools and materials collograph processes cut linoleum silkscreen processes screens and frames 2-D design cutting tools printing multiple copies ink labeling an edition brayers problem solving various other materials VA ~ Create artwork that demonstrates facility in selective use of elements and principles of design to establish a personal style VA ~ Organize and present an exhibit of a body of their own work to others VA ~ Describe various roles that artists serve, cite representative individuals who have functioned in these roles, and describe their activities and achievements VA ~ Describe the roles of individual patrons, cultural organizations, and governments in commissioning and collecting works and presenting performances. For example, students find out who serves on the communitys cultural council, and how grants are awarded to artists and educators for programs in schools. VA ~ Classify works from the United States and world cultures by genre, style, an historical period; explain why the works exemplify a particular genre, style, or period VA ~ Identify works, genres, or styles that show the influence of two or more cultural traditions, and describe how the traditions are manifested in the work Guest speaker- local printer

9 demonstration Calligraphy diversity of alphabets across cultures and across time lettering practice calligraphy alphabets including old english tools and matrials measuring and centering calligraphy pens combining image and text 2-D design; combining image and text ink illuminated manuscript- history and critique watercolor wash paper creating beautiful paper marbleing art history text process of creating various alphabet letters using a calligraphy pen illuminated manuscript examples measuring watercolor paints brushes VA ~ Demonstrate a mastery of tools and techniques in one medium VA ~ Create artwork that demonstrates a purposeful use of the elements and principles of design to convey meaning and emotion VA ~ Create artwork that demonstrates facility in selective use of elements and principles of design to establish a personal style VA ~ Demonstrate the ability to portray emotions and personality through the rendering of physical characteristics in 2D and 3D work For example, a student creates an expressive, yet recognizable, portrait or self-portrait in drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, film, photography, or computer graphics. VA ~ Demonstrate an ability to see their own personal style and discriminate among historical and contemporary styles VA ~ Demonstrate the ability to draw from other disciplines in the creation of a body of work VA ~ Analyze a body of work, or the work of one artist, explaining its meaning and impact on society, symbolism, and visual metaphor

10 oil paint VA ~ Demonstrate an understanding how societal influences and prejudices may affect viewers ways of perceiving works of art paint thinner rulers pencils practice paper various drawing supplies VA ~ Interpret the meanings of artistic works based on evidence from artists biographies, autobiographies, or videotaped or written interviews. For example, students read about how composer Aaron Copland and choreographer Martha Graham collaborated on the ballet, Appalachian Spring, and report on their sources of inspiration for the music and choreography. VA ~ Classify works from the United States and world cultures by genre, style, an historical period; explain why the works exemplify a particular genre, style, or period VA ~ Identify works, genres, or styles that show the influence of two or more cultural traditions, and describe how the traditions are manifested in the work VA ~ Identify and describe examples o how technological development in one artistic domain can influence work in other artistic domain

11 demonstration VA ~ Identify and describe the examples of the persistence of traditional historical materials and technologies in contemporary artworks. For example, a student interested in textile design investigates the works of artists who use plants to make dyes and finds out why they choose to use these traditional techniques. VA ~ Continue the above and apply knowledge of cultural institutions to learning in the arts and other disciplines. Examples of this include: studying architectural plans and photographs in a historical society to trace the evolution of a neighborhood or urban landscape. Ceramics VA ~ Explore a single subject through a series of works, varying the medium or technique clay construction methods effective clay construction ceramic piece examples clay drying craftsmanship construction video principles of 3-D design effective glaze application "Good Enough to Eat" video clay firing safe and appropriate use of tools and materials ceramic tools VA ~ Describe and apply procedures to ensure safety and proper maintenance of the workspace, materials, and tools VA ~ Demonstrate a mastery of tools and techniques in one medium

12 glazing techniques clay glazes kiln field trip- Local Raku artist demonstrations VA ~ Describe and apply procedures for the safe and proper maintenance of the workspace, materials, and tools; identify potential health hazards associated with materials and techniques, and possible substitutes for hazardous materials VA ~ Create artwork that demonstrates understanding of the elements and principles of design in establishing a point of view, a sense of space, or a mood VA ~ Create artwork that demonstrates a purposeful use of the elements and principles of design to convey meaning and emotion VA ~ Create artwork that demonstrates facility in selective use of elements and principles of design to establish a personal style VA ~ Create representational 2D artwork from direct observation and from memory that convincingly portrays 3D space and the objects and people within that space VA ~ Critique their own work, the work of peers, and the work of professional artists, and demonstrate an understanding of the formal, cultural, and historical contexts of the work Tye Dye VA ~ Demonstrate the ability to create 2D and 3D works that show knowledge of unique characteristics of particular media, materials, and tools cultural history/ uses of tye dye design pop images of tye dye

13 processes of dyeing fabrics and other porouse materials dye mixing dyes safe and appropirate use of materials buckets rubber bands demonstration VA ~ Describe and apply procedures to ensure safety and proper maintenance of the workspace, materials, and tools VA ~ Apply knowledge of color theory to a project focusing on the use of complementary colors. Be able to use values of colors in wet and dry media to create the illusion of 3D form on a 2D surface VA ~ Create artwork that demonstrates understanding of the elements and principles of design in establishing a point of view, a sense of space, or a mood Candle making history and uses of candles and candlemaking form building candle making books VA ~ Demonstrate the ability to create 2D and 3D works that show knowledge of unique characteristics of particular media, materials, and tools melting wax safe use of double boiler existing forms building forms proper and safe disposal of wax examples of "homemade" candles disposal of unused materials effective wick insertion double boiler VA ~ Describe and apply procedures to ensure safety and proper maintenance of the workspace, materials, and tools VA ~ Demonstrate a mastery of tools and techniques in one medium

14 limitations of sculpting wax problem solving wax crayons/dye wick "plug" material mold release field trip- candle factory VA ~ Create artwork that demonstrates understanding of the elements and principles of design in establishing a point of view, a sense of space, or a mood VA ~ Create artwork that demonstrates facility in selective use of elements and principles of design to establish a personal style VA ~ Create 2D and 3D images that are original, convey a distinct point of view, and communicate ideas VA ~ Classify works from the United States and world cultures by genre, style, an historical period; explain why the works exemplify a particular genre, style, or period VA ~ Identify works, genres, or styles that show the influence of two or more cultural traditions, and describe how the traditions are manifested in the work VA ~ Identify and describe examples o how technological development in one artistic domain can influence work in other artistic domain internet Open Exploration research any variety of craft, resources and materials critical thinking examples of student work problem solving in class library VA ~ Demonstrate the ability to create 2D and 3D works that show knowledge of unique characteristics of particular media, materials, and tools VA ~ Use electronic technology for reference and for creating original work

15 research school library application of prior knowledge internet materials resources craft store VA ~ Describe and apply procedures to ensure safety and proper maintenance of the workspace, materials, and tools VA ~ Demonstrate a mastery of tools and techniques in one medium VA ~ Describe and apply procedures for the safe and proper maintenance of the workspace, materials, and tools; identify potential health hazards associated with materials and techniques, and possible substitutes for hazardous materials VA ~ Review systems of visualizing information and depicting space and volume, for example, scale and vanishing point, linea atmospheric, and isometric perspective; and create works using these systems VA ~ Create artwork that demonstrates understanding of the elements and principles of design in establishing a point of view, a sense of space, or a mood VA ~ Create artwork that demonstrates a purposeful use of the elements and principles of design to convey meaning and emotion VA ~ Choose and prepare artwork fo exhibition, and be able to discuss their choices

16 VA ~ Critique their own work, the work of peers, and the work of professional artists, and demonstrate an understanding of the formal, cultural, and historical contexts of the work VA ~ Classify works from the United States and world cultures by genre, style, an historical period; explain why the works exemplify a particular genre, style, or period VA ~ Identify works, genres, or styles that show the influence of two or more cultural traditions, and describe how the traditions are manifested in the work VA ~ Compare the available materials inventions, and technologies of two historical periods or cultures and explain their effect on the arts

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