#7 – Land Art Assignment

Land Art Lesson and Assignment Time allotted: 2 hours Due Date: April 19/20 Marks: 25 LAND ART:   A case for PLACE and NATURE in an artwork What exactly is Land

#6 – Design Your Own Character on a Model Sheet

Assignment: Design an Animation Character of your own design on a Model Sheet. Time alotted: 3 hours Marks:  25 Due date: Monday or Tuesday April 12 or 13th (bring it

#5 – The Model Sheet

Due Friday, April 9. 10 marks     2 hours I hope you got some blank drawing paper ready to use.  We are going to work on drawing and designing sculptures

#4 – Design and Make Three Pieces for a “Dinner Party”

Assignment #4 – Design and Make three pieces of table ware. Due Tuesday/Wednesday, April 6/7 25 marks per piece  x 3  = 75 marks for the three pieces You are

#3 – Introduction to Art History

THE DINNER PARTY :  An “EVENT OF HISTORICAL AND SCULPTURAL SIGNIFICANCE”   2 hours       Due Wed. March 17 25 marks You are to  select by puttting your name beside, a historically

#2 – Coil Project

Coil Vessel Project : Approximately 4 hours  DUE: MONDAY/TUESDAY (bring it on your in-school day), March 15. Now that you have practised making a variety of coil patterns you are

#1 – Coil Building Assignment

Beginning Coil Building – assignment: 10 Marks    Due Wednesday morning, March 10.  Approximate time allotted – 2 hours Materials needed:  Clay, slip, scratching tool (ie fork or butter knife)

Unit #3 -Lesson 3 -Found Object /Spare Parts Assemblage Sculpture

This is the final project of the course.  This project is a significant one in terms of the time that you are to spend on it – give it the

Unit 3- Found Object Art -Lesson #2- Assemblage

Assemblage is a form of sculpture comprised of “found” objects arranged in such a way that they create a complete art work. Basically assemblage is three dimensional collage.  The objects can

Unit 3 – ART HISTORY AND FOUND OBJECT ART-Lesson #1

“Found object” art describes artwork that uses objects not typically specified as art supplies.  Found object artists manipulate objects, essentially make them into something new, yet still keep the original

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