Art B – Ms. Filiaga Google Doodle Project
Bell Work Day 1 5min • On a HALF sheet of newsprint sketch or describe three things you would like to invent.
What is Google Doodle? • Doodle 4 Google is a competition open to K-12 students of U.S. schools to create their own Google doodle.
Why is Google doing a competition? • Doodles are meant to surprise and delight people when they visit the Google homepage. Who better to surprise and delight than talented and creative young artists! Google would not exist today if it weren’t for creativity, passion, and imagination so we love to celebrate and promote these values in our younger users.
Past Winners Title: “My best day learning about nature” 3rd Graders from Arizona
Past Winners Title: “The Best Day Ever” 6-7 Grader From New Jersey
Past Winners Title: “Afternoon Bliss 8-9 Grader From Maine
Video… • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AV6xvIYzP-U • Write down the following questions: • What does the google artist do at google? • What does the google artist say about creativity • List a couple good creativity tips the google artist suggest. • 5 minuets to complete
Google Doodle Theme • “If I could invent one thing to make the world a better place…”
Videos • Inventions that effect the world • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9QsgHjIKPc • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSvMbK0x6cA
Brain Storming Possibilities • What are some examples of inventions that could make the world a better place?
Problems?? In class assignment • On a HALF sheet of paper • Step 1 - List 6-10 ideas of problems, within your own life or the world, that you would like to solve. • 10 Minuets to complete
Google Doodle Prizes • The National Winner will have: • his or her doodle featured on the U.S. Google.com homepage. • be awarded a $30,000 college scholarship to used at the school of his or her choice • a trip to the Google Headquarters in California for the final awards ceremony on May 21st, 2014 • a Google Chromebookcomputer • an Android tablet, and a t-shirt printed with his or her doodle on it. • We’ll also award the winner’s full-time school with a $50,000 Google for Education grant towards the establishment/improvement of a computer lab or technology program with Chromebooks for Education and/or tablets with Google Play for Education
Google Doodle Prizes • Each of the other four National Finalists will win a $5,000 college scholarship to be used at the school of their choice • a trip to the Google Headquarters in California for the final awards ceremony on May 21st, 2014 • an Android tablet • and a t-shirt printed with his or her doodle on it.
Google Doodle Prizes • Each of the other 50 State Winners will • win a trip to the Google Headquarters in California for the final awards ceremony on May 21st, 2014 • an Android tablet • and a t-shirt printed with his or her doodle on it.
Google Doodle Prizes • Each of the 250 State Finalists will receive an official winner’s certificate and their Doodles will be featured on the Doodle 4 Google website.
Problems??? In class assignment • Step 2 - On the back of list sheet pick 3 of your ideas to: • Articulate (Write sentences, words, phrases) what the invention might look like or how it could be solved • OR Sketch (Draw, visulally depict, images) of what the invention you would create looks like, moves, functions to solve the problem purposed • 20 Minuets
Videos • Doodle artist • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e73qsiQ5-Jk
Bell Work Day 2 5min • Answer the following incomplete sentence: • When & Where is the Art Show Tonight? • What does the word critique mean to you? • What does the word critique mean in regards to Art?
How the Doodles will be Juried • To narrow the entries down to the top 50 State Winners, eligible doodles are judged by Google employees and our “Guest Judges” against the following criteria: • Artistic merit: based on grade group and artistic skill • Creativity: based on the representation of the theme and use of the Google logo • Theme communication: how well the theme is expressed • Appropriateness of the supporting statement
How will you be graded? • Artistic merit: artistic skill • Craftsmanship: Clean submission, no smudges. • Creativity: based on the representation of the theme and use of the Google logo • Theme communication: how well the theme is expressed • Appropriateness of the supporting statement
Dream Video • What is your Dream? • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-jwWYX7Jlo How does this apply to our google doodles?
Remaining Time • Your time to complete your in class assignment.
Reminders • Pay your Art Fee • Turn in your Signed Disclosure • Friday Art Show @ 6pm • It is a great opportunity to see other students work.
Bell Work Day 3 5 minuets • Doodle an invention/object that has 3 of the following things: • Moving legs • Bird wings or ability to fly • Animal legs • Gears • Grabbing arms • Circle parts • Square parts • Facial features • Under water capabilities
Critique work from Art Show • Grab 2 purple Critique sheets. • Grab a writing utensil. • Follow Ms. Filiaga Quietly • Classwithlyon.com
Table Activity in class assignment • At your Table discuss and list & describe on a half sheet of newsprint inventions that could make the world a better place/ Solve a problem? • Be creative, outlandish, thoughtful, think outside the box. • (clean air, better human health, world peace…) • 10 Minuets to Complete
Brainstorming Solo in class assignment • Using the newspaper at your table. • Step 1: Divide your paper into 8 sections on each side of paper & Number each section. • Step 2: Fill each box with a sketch of a possible idea for your google doodle that relates to this years theme. • Remaining of class time to Complete.
Movement activity 5th period • Quietly Follow Ms. Filiaga to Commons area.
Reminder • What is Google Doodle??? • What is the Theme???
How will you be graded? • Artistic merit: artistic skill • Craftsmanship: Clean submission, no smudges. • Creativity: based on the representation of the theme and use of the Google logo • Theme communication: how well the theme is expressed • Appropriateness of the supporting statement • Submission information completed
Lets Look at the Rubric… • Google Doodle is Due 2/20/2014
Reminder • You will need to grade yourself and paperclip that to your submission.
Bell Work Day 4 • Gears & moving Parts Still Life • What you need – pencil & white sketch paper from Ms. Filiaga • Remember Draw what you see not what you think you see. • Start with the basic shapes& add value to create depth and dimension.
Tasks for Today • Pick 1 of the options below to complete today… • Finish your 16 sketches for in class assignment. • Brainstorm more ideas • Start on your Google Doodle rough draft. • Google Doodle is Due 2/20/2014
Reminder • Pay your Art Fee!!!! $15 or $7 if on fee wavier • Bring in Signed Disclosure • Google Doodle Due in a week
Bell Work Day 5 • Incorporate one of these inventions into the google letters…
Supporting Sentence • Step 1: On your sketches/thumbnail paper identify which Sketch you think has the most potential to write a supporting sentence for. • Step 2: Write a supporting sentence for the three identified sketches/thumbnails.
Studio Time • To get full points today my expectation for you are: • Working diligently on your Google Doodle Rough Draft. • Or completing your 16 sketch assignment along with your supporting sentence. • Remainder of class time is yours…
Studio Art • Time is yours Please work Quietly
Bell Work Day 6 • Find your Group • Sit at designated table • Complete the direction at designated table • Once finished silently wait for further instruction
Advisory! • Get your transcript • Yellow & Red report to the auditorium • Green stay here, we get to watch two videos
AP • By this point you should have your concentration or your breadth section of your portfolio complete • If not we need to chat • Make sure to take pictures of all your art work on the class camera • Next class – sub. Past art teacher, great time to ask someone else for their advice • Portfolio reviews next week! – class will help you critique your portfolio