*Advanced Studio Art students work independently in each period
P1 - VISUAL ART
P3 - ADVANCED VISUAL ART
P4 - VISUAL ART
P5 - VISUAL ART
P6 - VISUAL ART
Visual Art - This course will explore the basics of art and visual communication including esthetics, techniques, important moments in art history, and the work ethic of professional artists today. This is a CTE course (Career and Technical Education) and includes expectations for working artists today. Classes follow the lessons of art history from cave paintings to the Renaissance, and modernism to present day.
Advanced Visual Art - This course will challenge you to perfect your techniques for commercial art applications. You will communicate visually for purposes in marketing/advertising, professional expectations and the techniques required for these skills. This is a CTE course (Career and Technical Education) and includes expectations for working artists today. Classes follow the lessons of art history from cave paintings to the Renaissance, and modernism to present day.
Advanced Studio Art - Students in this course have demonstrated proficiency in technique and submitted a portfolio for review to be accepted. Students will create an artist statement and a portfolio of work for review at the end of the semester. Three pieces are due every 6 weeks.
*'D's are not awarded in Mr. Everson's art courses.
A = 93-100%
A- = 90-93%
B = 83-87%
B- = 80-83%
C+ = 77-79%
C = 73-77%
C- = 70-73%
F = 0-69%
Extra Credit Opportunity - Art enrichment worth up to 50 pts.
1. Attend a cultural art activity outside of school and report back about the experience. Your report should include:
- Description of the artist's contribution
- Goals of the art
- Evaluation of the artists goals
2. Choose one of the following ways to report:
- Typed report with proper heading, font, and spacing. Length of description may determine how much credit you receive.
- Oral presentation to class (slideshow, video, etc.)