Organize your online portfolio:

Line Study Photo
Shape/Space Study Photo
Value Study Photo
Texture/Form Photo
Elements Project Reflective Writing
Mask Photo
Mask Reflective Writing
Zentangled Hands
Hands Reflective Writing

Art I Final Exam Review

List 5 well-known artists. (Review Classmates presentations)

Name your chosen artist, the years he/she lived, his/her art movement and/or aesthetic theory. Describe his/her work and why you chose the artist.

Define and be able to identify the following aesthetic theories:
Imitationalism, formalism, emotionalism (See LINCing worksheet below)
List the Elements of Art and Design: Line, Shape, Value, Color Texture, Form and Space.
Value Study: The study of lights and darks.
Demonstrate: Create a value study of a specified object
Contour Line: Drawing using one continuous, flowing line, emphasizing the edges of the subject matter.
Demonstrate contour line by drawing your hand.
Define: "Zentangles" :

A Zentangle is a form of artistic meditation that uses repetitive patterns to create images.

A zentangle is usually done in black and white and the patterns have a rhythm. The ideal is to let yourself be carried away by the creative process and allow the design to grow organically.

Clay Vocabulary: kiln, Cone 05 (1800 degrees), score, slip, wedge, glaze, slab
List 3 attributes of the left brain, list three attributes of the right brain.

Discuss why you believe the State of Michigan implemented the 1 year fine arts high school graduation requirement. Your essay must include 3 supporting reasons/examples for your belief. (Minimum requirements: 5 paragraphs, 3 sentences each. Opening paragraph, 1 paragraph for each reason/example and closing paragraph.)
You are encouraged to research your answer before the final.
What the Michigan Merit Curriculum Law Says
Sec. 1278a(a)(iv) The board of a school district or board of directors of a public school academy shall not award a high school diploma to a pupil unless the pupil has successfully completed at least 1 credit in visual arts, performing arts, or applied arts, that is aligned with guidelines developed by the Michigan Department of Education.