Welcome 1st Period! We are now running a 1, 4, 6 in room 306. You will need a Sketchbook and at least a Pencil Everyday! There is a weekly participation and organization grade (you need to be on task, off your phones, polite, etc. . . )
Those of you who have 4th and 6th and discovered a low grade you are likely missing you pencil value sketch- These need to be placed in your portfolio. Find your grades here –
Learning Objectives: Students will move from value studies into explorations of lines. Students will finish their Zen doodling excercise and begin to incorporate doodling into their sketchbook.
Block 1 – Detour into Art History – Lecture from CalArts professor Jeannene Przyblyski, Ph.D. from the lecture “Cave Painting to History Painting – We will focus on 3:46 – 12:30 found in the coursera course
– The difference between access for artists in History. Essential Question Who gets to tell the story? NM? Luis Tapia
Finish Zen Doodling,
Block 2 – Line assignment – students will complete the line assignment as directed per sheet.
~ Zen Doodling – Zentangle is a copyrighted process with a specific theory behind the method. – We will be doodling in a meditative style that references Zentangle but is not in fact the method.
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We will be doodling in order to make students more confident with both mark making and the mediative artistic process. Check out our Doodle Prezi. and this video tutorial.
Intro lecture 09/09/14- Pay attention to the types of lines. Lines and mark making Prezi – Van Gogh, Picasso, Giacometti, Bontecou.