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Digital Design Daily Plans Dec 2-6, 2013

Digital Design Daily Plans Dec 2-6, 2013

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  1. Digital Design Daily Plans Dec 2-6, 2013 Ms. Livoti

  2. Monday 12/2/13 Aim: How can you create a woodblock style using Illustrator? Do Now: Analyze woodblock print style Homework: 1. Complete the topic discussion for “Thorough Thursday” will be checked by Thurs. Dec 5!! All Topic Discussions up to this point must be completed this week.

  3. Tuesday 12/3/13 Aim: How can you work in an open studio to continue to create your digital illustration? Do Now: Goal setting- create a realistic project oriented goal to achieve today Homework: 1. Complete the topic discussion for “Thorough Thursday” will be checked by Thurs. Dec 5!! All Topic Discussions up to this point must be completed this week.

  4. Wednesday 12/4/13 Aim: How can you work in an open studio to continue to create your digital illustration? Do Now: feedback session- swap computers- leave a note! Homework: 1. Complete the topic discussion for “Thorough Thursday” will be checked TOMORROW All Topic Discussions up to this point must be completed this week.

  5. Thurs 12/5/13 Aim: How can you work in an open studio to continue to create your digital illustration? Do Now: read a “thorough Thursday” response and comment on it Homework: 1. Complete the topic discussion for “Thorough Thursday” will be checked today! All Topic Discussions up to this point must be completed this week.

  6. Friday 12/6/13 Aim: How can you continue to achieve the woodblock print style? Do Now: flashback Friday image analysis Log into NIMBUS. Go to ALBUMS Go to “Do NOW” (first album) Add a comment under the picture about the artwork Example: State something about the picture that makes you think or feel State an art element or design principle State something that looks familiar Illustration due Monday for Critique

  7. Recall...Facts! Understand....Why? Apply...How? Judge...Defend! Create! Elizabeth Catlett (1915–2012) “Sharecropper” Date:1952, published 1968-70 Medium:Linoleumcut

  8. Elizabeth Catlett Mora (April 15, 1915 – April 2, 2012[1]) was an American-born sculptor and printmaker. Catlett is best known for the black, expressionistic sculptures and prints she produced during the 1960s and 1970s, which are seen as politically charged. “In her smoothly modeled clay, wood and stone sculptures, and vigorous woodcuts and linocuts, Ms. Catlett drew on her experience as an African-American woman who had come of age at a time of widespread segregation and who had felt its sting.”