Responding Creating Presenting
Apply appropriate descriptive vocabulary when responding to the visual world.
Understand how the interaction of technical approaches, formal qualities, and contextual information contribute to an understanding of artist’s intent
Recognize how artists use different tools, materials, processes, and techniques to solve specific visual problems.
Recognize how works of art from various societies, cultures, and time periods were used to reflect universal themes.
Understand how culture and context can influence our perspective of a work of art.
Maintain a collection of ideas and sketches that demonstrate personal engagement and artistic growth.
Apply a variety of strategies to generate innovative ideas a given art problem.
Compose a personal artwork inspired by master artists or informed by historical and contemporary resources.
Use various strategies such as experimentation, narrative, and working from observation, imagination or memory to develop personal solutions to art problems.
Recognize and use appropriate compositional devices and the formal qualities of art to organize personal solutions to art problems.
Use a variety of tools, materials, processes, and techniques safely to solve specific visual problems and exhibit quality craftsmanship.
Persevere in problem solving by evaluating work in progress to identify areas in need of improvement.
and alternative solutions.
Effectively use resources and manage studio time in order to complete work in accordance with established criteria.
Reflect upon growth shown over a period of time throughout the course of a studio experience.
Using appropriate art vocabulary, compose and share reflective statements that articulate personal choices, intended purposes, technical approaches or formal qualities used to communicate meaning.
Use established criteria to Evaluate and prepare personal work for presentation.
Collaborate with peers for the purpose of giving and receiving feedback in response to criteria.