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ART EDUCATION

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Arts of the World

Drawing & Painting 1

Drawing & Painting 2

Drawing & Painting 3

Drawing & Painting 4

Foundations in Art

Introduction to Jewelry

Photography 1

Photography 2

Photography 3

Photography 4

Pottery/Sculpture 1

Pottery/Sculpture 2

BVSD Visual Arts K-12 Curriculum Approved by Board of Education December 12, 2000

Pottery/Sculpture 3 Page 16

Pottery/Sculpture 4 Page 18

Studio Art 1 Page 19 Studio Art 2 Page 20

Studio Art 3 Page 21

BVSD Visual Arts K-12 Curriculum Approved by Board of Education December 12, 2000

ESSENTIAL LEARNING RESULTS FOR BVSD

HIGH SCHOOL VISUAL ARTS COURSE

Course #: A38 Course Name: Arts of the World

Course Length: one semesters Designated Grade Level: 9-12

Prerequisites: none Number of Credits: 5

Course Description: The focus for this class is drawing, painting and sculptural projects from around the world. Students will study the history, geography and art of many cultures. The students will then produce a work in the style of the culture.

Essential Learning Results: Students will study and produce:

Indonesian Shadow Puppets from Bali Amate Bark paintings by the Otomi Indians from Mexico Oaxacan Festival Creatures from Mexico

Huichol Yarn Paintings Asian inspired fan design paintings from China and Japan Sand paintings and weavings by the Navajo Basket making by the Apache Northwest Coast Native American masks

African masks African American collages and quilts Carving designs from New Guinea

Students will analyze art as a reflection of culture. Students will understand the relation of art to geography and history.

Learning Materials or Resources that may be used:

Art history and multicultural media may be used when applicable to assignments. Instructors are encouraged to use "visiting artists" as resources.

BVSD Visual Arts K-12 Curriculum Approved by Board of Education December 12, 2000

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ESSENTIAL LEARNING RESULTS FOR BVSD

HIGH SCHOOL VISUAL ARTS COURSE

Course #: A41 Course Name: Drawing & Painting 1 Course Length: one semester Designated Grade Level: 10-12

Prerequisites: None Number of Credits: 5

Course Description: This is a beginning level class for students wishing to gain a strong foundation in drawing and painting. Drawing from observation and realistic painting skills may be developed, as well as techniques in shading, composition and expanding creativity. The end goal is to increase artistic self-confidence and produce successful works of art. Essential Learning Results:

Students will increase drawing and creativity skills through a series of exercises and practice drawings.

Students will work in a variety of drawing material. Students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements and principles of art. Students will communicate expression of art through verbal, written and visual

means. Students will understand the process of critiquing art. Students will increase technical skill in the area of drawing and painting. Students will understand both basic color theory and how to mix color. Students will control paint and paintbrushes to create desired effects. Students will produce numerous paintings and drawings. Students will understand some aspects of art history and culture. Learning Materials or Resources that may be used: Art history and multicultural media may be used when applicable to assignments. Instructors are encouraged to use "visiting artists" as resources.

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ESSENTIAL LEARNING RESULTS FOR BVSD

HIGH SCHOOL VISUAL ARTS COURSE

Course #: A42 Course Name: Drawing & Painting 2 Course Length: one semester Designated Grade Level: 10-12

Prerequisites: Drawing & Painting 1 Number of Credits: 5

Course Description: Students who choose to take this course should be confident with their drawing skills and ready to produce complex, finished drawings and paintings. More sophisticated approaches, as well as more advanced techniques will be used to learn art, with the emphasis on the development of a personal style of expression. Essential Learning Results:

Students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements and principles of art. Students will communicate expression of art through verbal, written and visual

means. Students will understand the process of critiquing art. Students will increase technical skill in the area of drawing and painting. Students will increase understanding of color theory. Students will control two-dimensional art materials and two-dimensional

techniques to create desired effects. Students will produce drawings and paintings. Students will further their understanding of art history and culture. Learning Materials or Resources that may be used: Art history and multicultural media may be used when applicable to assignments. Instructors are encouraged to use "visiting artists" as resources.

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ESSENTIAL LEARNING RESULTS FOR BVSD

HIGH SCHOOL VISUAL ARTS COURSE

Course #: A43 Course Name: Drawing & Painting 3 Course Length: one semester Designated Grade Level: 11-12 Prerequisites: Drawing & Painting Number of Credits: 5 1

&2 Course Description: This is an advanced level course designed to give students expanded skills and increased confidence in their ability to produce art. Proficiency in basic skills will be expected. Students may be expected to make decisions about what the subject matter of their artwork will be. Some instruction may be given on an individual basis with the student's particular art or career goals in mind. Students may be expected to set their own goals and deadlines. Essential Learning Results:

Students will pursue artistic ideas to a more advanced level of completion. Students will organize all class and home time to produce the optimum amount of

artwork. Students will critique art in an educated and articulate manner. Students will demonstrate advanced level technical skills in a variety of media. Students will draw more competently from direct observation. Students will make decisions about the art that they produce, therefore gaining

confidence in their choices. Students will produce art that is more personal and that reflects the student's

possible career direction. Students will begin to develop a portfolio of art. Students will further their understanding of art history and culture. Learning Materials or Resources that may be used: Art history and multicultural media may be used when applicable to assignments. Instructors are encouraged to use "visiting artists" as resources.

BVSD Visual Arts K-12 Curriculum 4 Approved by Board of Education December 12, 2000

ESSENTIAL LEARNING RESULTS FOR BVSD

HIGH SCHOOL VISUAL ARTS COURSE

Course #: A44 Course Name: Drawing & Painting 4 Course Length: one semester Designated Grade Level: 11-12 Prerequisites: Foundations in Art, Number of Credits: 5

Drawing & Painting 1, 2 &3 Course Description: Students will attend class daily and will work independently. This advanced level course is designed to expand skill levels and increase production of art suitable for portfolios, art shows, contests and art school admission. Essential Learning Results:

Students will critique art by addressing all of the elements of art at an advanced level.

Students will develop, study and utilize evaluation techniques to assess artistic style, methodology and content.

Students will produce art at an advanced level. Students will continue to expand knowledge of art history and culture at a highly

sophisticated and complex level. Students will set personal goals and deadlines. Students will continue to develop a portfolio of art. Students will examine art careers. Learning Materials or Resources that may be used: Art history and multicultural media may be used when applicable to assignments. Instructors are encouraged to use "visiting artists" as resources.

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HIGH SCHOOL VISUAL ARTS COURSE

Course #: A35 Course Name: Foundations in Art Course Length: one semester Designated Grade Level: 9-12

Prerequisites: None Number of Credits: 5

Course Description: Students can expect a wide variety of art experiences in this basic studio course which addresses all visual arts standards. The principles and elements of art will be stressed. Art expression may be the result of two-dimensional work in areas such as drawing, painting, graphic design, and three-dimensional work in variety of media. Art history will be an informal component. Essential Learning Results: The following statements address the benchmarks for each standard.

Students will increase drawing and creativity skills through a series of exercises and practice drawings.

Students will work in pencil or colored pencil to produce a shaded perspective drawing.

Students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements and principles of art by c