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To sculpture ceramics

to Sculpture/Ceramics

Mr. Graber

Room B325

Scott Graber


Presentation overview

Presentation Overview

  • Rules and Regulations

  • Safety Procedures

  • Room Procedures

  • Course Descriptions

  • Grading Procedures

  • Sketch Book Requirements

  • Project Examples

  • About Mr. Graber

  • Information about yourself

Scott Graber


Rules and regulations

Rules and Regulations

  • Know the rules in the student handbook

  • Do not be LATE!!!

  • Disrupting the learning environment will not be tolerated

  • Meet your deadlines

    10% points will be deducted each day a project is late

  • Be respectful when teacher/student is presenting information

  • NO iPods, MP3 players or electronical devices

  • Absolutely NO cell phones

Scott Graber


Safety rules

Safety Rules

  • Tools should be used in a correct manner. If you are caught using tools, such as exacto knives and chisels, in an inappropriate manner you will receive a 0 on your project and a misconduct form will be written up.

Scott Graber


Room procedures

Room Procedures

  • Ask permission to leave the room

  • Always sign out/in when leaving the room

  • You may sign supplies out

  • Fire drill procedure

    • Exit through side entrance door

    • Go across street and into the parking lot

    • Wait quietly until informed to re-enter the building

  • You may come down during your study halls to work

  • Please raise your hand to ask a question

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Course descriptions

Course Descriptions

Sculpture

Semester course paired with Ceramics

Credit – 0.5

Course Length – Quarters 1 & 2

This course will involve building/constructing artworks in three dimensions. Materials such as wood, plaster, cardboard, and found objects will be utilized.

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Course descriptions1

Course Descriptions

Ceramics

Semester course paired with Sculpture

Credit – 0.5

Course Length – Quarters 3 & 4

Various ceramic construction techniques such as hand-building with slabs and coils and throwing on the wheel will be utilized in this semester course. Various glazes and glazing techniques will be explored.

Scott Graber


Grading procedures

Grading Procedures

  • Projects: 50 – 100 points

  • Sketch Book: 5 points.

  • Reading & Writing Prompts: 3 – 4 points

  • Class participation: This includes getting to class on time, turning all your work in on time, and participating in class discussions

  • Art Show - 100pts – Every student will be responsible for participating in the art show. You will be graded on your overall display of work.

  • Art-Itude (Attitude) – ATTITUDE IS EVERYTHING!

Scott Graber


Sketch book requirements

Sketch Book Requirements

  • Worth 5pts

  • Can use any media to create your sketches

  • Drawings must show a source of light (shading), detail and an environment

  • NO copied cartoon characters, create your own

  • Sketch books are collected every Monday

  • Due at the beginning of class

  • They are not accepted late

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Examples of sculpture projects

Examples of Sculpture Projects

Scott Graber


Examples of ceramic projects

Examples of Ceramic Projects

Scott Graber


About mr graber

About Mr. Graber

  • 1994 graduate from Penn Wood High School – Lansdowne, PA

  • 1998 graduate from Kutztown University with a Degree in Art Education

  • 1999 started teaching at Wilson High School

  • Spring 2000, was made assistant baseball coach at Wilson Southern Jr. High

  • 2005 received my Master’s Degree in Art Education from Kutztown University

  • I teach the following art courses here at Wilson High School –

    Advanced Ceramics, Drawing/Painting 1, Sculpture/Ceramics, Abstraction/Crafts and Advanced Placement Art Studio

  • When I’m not teaching I enjoy the following:

    Hanging out with my wife Christine and our dog Eagle

    Enjoying time with my family and friends

    Going to the beach and to Potter County

    Fishing both fresh and salt water

    Working out

    Cheering on the Eagles, Phillies, and Flyers and going to their games

    Doing artwork – painting, drawing, throwing on the potter’s wheel, and airbrushing

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Information about you

Information About You

  • On the yellow 3 x 5 card write:

    • Last name, First Name on top line

    • Grade in upper right-hand corner

    • Why did you take this course?

    • Do you want to pursue a career in art?

    • If yes, what career?

    • Your interests

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Art department information

Art Department Information

To gain more information about the Wilson High School Art Department visit us at

http://www.wilsonsd.org/770271103112513/site/default.asp

Here you can find information about the following:

Faculty

Courses

AP Courses

Grandview Gallery

Scott Graber


Review of presentation

Review of Presentation

  • Rules and Regulations

  • Safety Procedures

  • Room Procedures

  • Course Descriptions

  • Grading Procedures

  • Sketch Book Requirements

  • Project Examples

  • About Mr. Graber

  • Information about yourself

Scott Graber


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