INTRODUCTION TO THE AP STUDIO ART PORTFOLIO -2-D Design/3-D Design/Drawing -Quality/Concentration/Breadth REVIEW OF FORMAL/CONCEPTUAL/NARRATIVE ISSUES -Self Portrait Project -Mock Portfolio Project BREADTH WORK (Material Studies) -Depending on portfolio student is working on, student begins developing artwork in the area needed and assignments depend on the nature of the students talent/skill/experience in previous courses. -Drawing-Still life and work from looking, figure drawing, -2-Dimensional Design-work from life, similar to drawing, more technical, digital and photogrpahy and the structure is based on the elements and principles of art and design. -3-Dimensional Design- work in various materials, techniques and demonstrate strength and range of skills, focus on elements and principles of art and design.
Knowledge of elements and principles of art and design Care and use of studio Critical thinking Knowledge of form and content of portfolio assembly (Drawing, 2-D, or 3D) Use of materials and techniques relevant to portfolio
AP Studio Art Slides AP Studio Art web site collegeboard.com AP Art History textbooks AP Art History slides Other books as needed from archives Art in America magazine Ceramics Monthly magazine periodicals and books depending on nature of the portfolio, (Drawing, 2-D, or 3D)
Slide lectures Class Discussion Lecture Technical Demonstrations Internet examples, web sites One on one discussion and consultations with teachers Visit museums and galleries Books and Visual resources Sketchbook exercises Deadlines and due dates
Critiques-formal and informal review of artwork One on one discussion with teacher and peers
Students will know the structure of the portfolio Students will have 4-6 pieces of art for their portfolio finished Students will critique and discuss their work Students will build a community of support for discussion and review of work Students will know the approximate stress level and expectations of the portfolio deadlines Students will look at and discuss their work with knowledge of contemporary art history Create original artwork that is of a college level of quality and form.