Studio Art IB Art. Introduction. Components of the class: Required Elements 1-Studio Work- 60% 2-Sketchbook /Record Book Development- 20% 3-Art Seminar /History- 10%. Studio Work. Work is developed independently based on a student chosen theme.
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FAQ- Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: What’s the difference between IB art and Studio Art since they meet at the same time and both work independently?
A: Studio art students do not have to prepare an extensive portfolio and do not have to meet with an examiner in the spring. Both have to display in the CAFÉ show. IB students can apply their work for early college art credit?
Q: How do you grade our work—and do IB students only get the grade that the examiner gives us?
A: Your grades are based on what your goals are and did you meet them. Since your year is set by what you want to accomplish- I grade you on whether you stuck with your goals and did you meet or exceed them. IB students receive two grades. One from me-and one from the examiner.
A: No!! I do not give assignments. You again establish what you should be doing. If you have trouble motivating you’re self to work on a daily basis—you may want to drop this course now! Just be clear that you need to complete many pieces of artwork. You may do as many as 50 pieces of work— only 20 might be of high quality to receive credit.