|March 30 Introduction to the class with distance learning.
March 31 Watch Sarah Sze video and answer these questions
April 2: VIDEO: Introduction to the principles and questions
April 3: VIDEO: Introduce the project Art on a Bag project upload an image of your bag
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PjRRfkvXhk – overall assignment
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGkichHQ31A – Step one
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TfAZt3O0sLY – The Basic Elements – Shape Value Color Edge video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1CK9bE3H_s Video on Color Theory Basics
|April 6 – 9
Check-in everyday with an inprogress upload image. Email if you have questions
|April 13 – 17
April 13: Critique / Rubric of Art on a Bag project (upload Image).
Check-in: Sketchbook Assignment Due: Illustrate your favorite song or poem. You may use any medium.
April 14: How to critique a work of art and have students critique their bag.
April 15: Value – how to use drawing pencils and shading shapes
April 16: Value – how to shade shapes
April 17: introduction to still life – work on a LINE Drawing of your still life – UPload image that you are using for your still life. Have to have fabric and 5 objects.
|April 20 – April 24
April 20: Check-in: Sketchbook Assignment due: Pick one: Draw your favorite snack food or Draw an object melting.
Line Drawing Due of still life.
April 21 – 24: Start to add value upload in progress image.Check-in everyday with an inprogress upload image. Email if you have questions.
|April 27 – May 1
April 27: Check-in: Sketchbook Assignment Due
Sketchbook assignment due (Assignment Three) What would you see through a key hole? No EYEBALLS or OUTTER SPACE.
April 28: Final still life due with critique sheet
April 29: Watercolor techniques – upload in progress image
April 30: Watercolor techniques – upload in progress image
May 1: Introduction to the landscape – turn in image that you are going to select.
|May 4 – May 7
May 4: Check in: Sketchbook assignment Due
Sketchbook assignment due (Assignment Four – Pick one: * Draw a grouping of leaves * Draw something you might find in a department store display * Draw a large jar and fill it up with something (candy, toys, rock, etc.) * Draw a mechanical object.)
May 5: How to approach painting a landscape – Demo Q: have you every work with watercolor before?
May 6: Upload progress.
May 7: Upload progress.
May 8: Upload progress.
|May 11 – May 15
May 11: Sketchbook assignment due
Sketchbook assignment due. (Assignment Five – Study of your feet. Draw them in 4 different positions and from different angles and views.)
May 12: Upload Final watercolor and critique sheet
May 13: Harlem Renaissance
May 14: Harlem Renaissance
May 15: Harlem Renaissance
|May 18 – May 22
May 18: Sketchbook assignment due Introduction to portrait drawing upload image of yourself
The sketchbook assignment is due. (Assignment Six- Pick one: * Drawing of a house plant (real or artificial) * Draw an object with a surface texture. * Draw tools used in certain professions. * Draw the contents of a trash can)
May 19: Videos on how to draw an eye, nose, mouth, and hair
May 20: Videos on how to draw an eye, nose, mouth, and hair
May 21: Videos on how to draw an eye, nose, mouth, and hair
May 22: How to grid your paper and yourself – Upload grid
|May 26 – 29
May 26: Sketchbook assignment due
Sketchbook assignment due. (Assignment Seven – Pick one: *Draw drapery and pattern: a shirt over a chair, a sheet around a banister, etc. *Draw in imaginary place- remember to show rich details)
May 27: Upload the outline of your face – upload
May 28 Upload in progress imageAsk for feedback if needed and work on the Final
May 29: Upload in progress image.Ask for feedback if needed and work on the Final
|June 1: Sketchbook assignment due : Choice
June 2: Ask for feedback if needed and work on the Final. Check-in: Show in progress image
June 3: Ask for feedback if needed and work on Final. Check in: Show inprogress image
June 4: Final Image is due to upload and fill out Rubric
Harlem Renaissance Resources below
|Meta Warrick Fuller||1877-1968||African-American Sculptor|
|James Van Der Zee||1886-1983||African-American Photographer|
|Sargent Claude Johnson||1887-1967||African-American Sculptor|
|Palmer Hayden||1890-1973||African-American Painter|
|Archibald Motley||1891-1981||African-American Painter|
|Augusta Savage||1892-1962||African-American Sculptor|
|Dox Thrash||1892-1965||African-American Printmaker|
|Aaron Douglas||1899-1979||African-American Painter|
|Richmond Barthe||1901-1989||African-American Sculptor|
|William H. Johnson||1901-1970||African-American Painter|
|Lois Mailou Jones||1905-1998||African-American Painter|
|Charles Alston||1907-1977||African-American Painter/Sculptor|
|Allan Rohan Crite||1910-2007||African-American Painter|
|Romare Bearden||1911-1988||African-American Painter|
|Jacob Lawrence||1917-2000||African-American Painter|