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Sketchbook-Journal: Ceramics 1-4 Prompts and Work Samples Art Education Fulton County Schools 2007 Why Sketchbook Journals? They Develop: Technical Skills : drawing skills, design skills, and media exploration.

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Sketchbook-Journal:

Ceramics 1-4

Prompts and Work Samples

Art Education

Fulton County Schools

2007

why sketchbook journals
Why Sketchbook Journals?
  • They Develop:
  • Technical Skills: drawing skills, design skills, and media exploration.
  • Thinking and Personal Expression through art: to learn processes for idea development; this doesn’t just happen, we have to consciously teach these processes.
  • Learning: Reflection on personal growth, ideas, connections among art class learning, other classes, and life outside school.
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Two Aspects of Sketchbook/Journals

  • Sketchbook
  • Technical skill building
  • Studies
  • Micro labs
  • Journal
  • Personal ideation
  • Concept development
  • Reflection

Students need both

There are many way ways to structure the combination: sketchbook begins on one side of book, journal begins on the other; simply intersperse both types of work or?

teachers need to
Teachers need to:

explicitly teach ways to develop ideas/concepts.

Then...

explicitly teach for moving ideas from journals into other artwork.

it s a developmental process
It’s a Developmental Process
  • Ceramics 1 – prompts need more structured so students can think conceptually, develop ideas from and personal responses to the world around them while building technical skills in Photography.
  • As students continue through Ceramics 2-4 prompts should become more open ended and become source material for projects and future artworks.
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Ceramics 1

Prompt:

Include three symbols for your personality in a mixed media self portrait. You will reuse the symbols in your next project, the symbolic self portrait slab project.

Technical Skill(s):

  • Mixed media & composition
  • Verbalizing how an artist communicates meaning through visual “language”.

Conceptual Idea:

  • Reflection on an artist’s intent and how it is communicated. What do you want to say and how will you communicate it?
  • How can you use art to communicate emotion?

Teacher: Jessica Booth

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Ceramics 1

Prompt:

Select one of the artists from our list. Sketch one of their works and analyze how and why the work affects you. What do you think the artist is trying to communicate in this work? Don’t forget to make the page visually appealing. (Note: List is designed to explore wide range of contemporary artists as part of the “Breadth” section of the course.)

Technical Skill(s):

  • Sketching & composition
  • Verbalizing how an artist communicates meaning through visual “language”.

Conceptual Idea:

  • Reflection on an artist’s intent and how it is communicated. Note: The next step is to take this into the student’s intent in their own work. What do you want to say and how will you communicate it?

Teacher: Jessica Booth

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Ceramics 1

Prompt:

Include three symbols for your personality in a mixed media self portrait. You will reuse the symbols in your next project, the symbolic self portrait slab project.

Technical Skill(s):

  • Mixed media & composition
  • Verbalizing how an artist communicates meaning through visual “language”.

Conceptual Idea:

  • Reflection on an artist’s intent and how it is communicated. What do you want to say and how will you communicate it?
  • How can you use art to communicate emotion?

Teacher: Jessica Booth