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Art and Media Learning 2017

We are going to learn about different art tools and how they are used. You will:learn about different media, share
learning through showbie, and create a piece of art for display.
The media we will study Each week, for four weeks, you select a On your final assignment, you will need to
includes: medium to explore. You must do the make a 30cm by 30cm piece of art.
charcoal following for four
Oil pastels media: The art must have a purpose (whatever that
1. Research an artist that uses or used may be).
the media. Share an image of their work
in showbie and note who s/he is. It must use techniques that you have
Chalk pastels 2. Watch at least one video on various learned.
Watercolour techniques.
For the next four weeks, you 3. Try the techniques out. Record your The marks you will receive will come from
must explore at least four of the image and explain the techniques. your use of technique as well as your
above. The fifth week will be to 4. Create at least one piece of art that explanation of the technique involved, both
complete the final task. uses the medium and tries out the on the assignment and through the four
techniques. Post a picture on showbie weeks.

Main Expectations
D1. Creating and Presenting: ​apply the creative process​ (see pages 19–22) to produce art works in a variety of traditional two- and three-dimensional forms, as well as
multimedia art works, that communicate feelings, ideas, and understandings, ​using elements, principles, and techniques of visual arts as well as current media
D2. Reflecting, Responding, and Analysing:​ apply the critical analysis proces​s (see pages 23–28) to​ communicate feelings, ideas, and understandings​ in response to a
variety of art works and art experiences;
D3. Exploring Forms and Cultural Contexts: ​demonstrate an understanding of a variety of art forms​, styles, and techniques from the past and present, and their sociocultural
and historical contexts.

ELEMENTS OF DESIGN Students will develop understanding of all elements of design.

​• line: ​lines for expressive purposes; diagonal and converging lines to create depth of space; repetition of lines to create visual rhythm
• shape and form: ​various shapes and forms, symbols, icons, logos, radial balance
• space:​ use of blue or complementary colours in shadows and shading to create depth; one- and two point perspective; open-form sculpture
versus closed-form sculpture; installations
• colour: ​analogous colours; transparent colour created with watercolour or tissue paper decoupage Note: In creating multimedia art works,
students may need some understanding of different colour models, such as RGB and CMY(K), and web safe colours.
• texture: ​textures created with a variety of tools, materials, and techniques (e.g., use of texture in a landscape work)
• value:​ shading (e.g., modulation, scumbling, stippling)