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  • ContentsGuidelines for Qualifications DocumentsArt work SpecificationsOriginality and SourcesContent and Subject Matter

  • Artwork must be inspected at the qualification table and certified before it can be juried.Qualifications Table

  • Who are the Qualifiers?A Qualifier is a volunteer who will be responsible for inspecting the VASE documents and student artwork.Qualifiers can be teachers or professionals who have experience with and knowledge of artwork and VASE guidelines.

  • Who is the Qualification Foreman?The Qualification Foreman has been designated by the Regional Director and will be responsible for overseeing the activities of the qualifications tables and qualifiers.The Qualification Foreman will be the only person who will discuss qualification problems with the teacher of the student whose artwork is in question and will be ultimately responsible for submitting disqualification recommendations to the Regional Director.

  • The qualification table should be a pleasant and non-intimidating place. Students and teachers should be treated with respect.Every effort is made to choose personnel for the qualification table who are calm, level-headed and knowledgeable.Qualifiers should have a positive attitude and work well with people.

  • DisqualificationDisqualification should not take place at the qualification table.Students should not be told that he or she will be disqualified.Students with possible qualification issues should be directed with his or her teacher to the Qualification Foreman. The qualifier should also give the artwork and juror rating form to the foreman.The Qualification Foreman will discuss the qualification issue with the teacher, not in the presence of the student.The Qualification Foreman will submit recommendations for disqualification to the Regional Director.

  • SuppliesCafeteria style tables (minimum 6 long)--1 per qualifierMeasuring equipment for 2D and 3D artScale--bathroom scale is acceptableApproval or date stamps and stamp padCopy of rules (posted)Copy of new rules (posted separately)Qualification signage

    Qualifications

  • Guidelines for Set UpWHEN? Set up of Qualifications area should take place prior to the event, preferably the night before.WHERE? Tables for qualification should be placed near the check in area, but in an open space with adequate space for students to line up.Cafeterias, large hallways and auditoriums are great places for qualification.Classrooms are generally too small to accommodate lines of students.

  • Guidelines for Set UpThe number of tables and qualifiers required depends on the size of the event. Small events of less than 200 participants should use a table with a minimum of 2 qualifiers. It is suggested that 2 qualifiers are required for every 200 participants and that qualifiers work in pairs.One qualifier can look at documents and sources and the second qualifier can look at artwork specifications.

  • Handling ArtworkCare should be taken when handling student artwork both 2D and especially 3D.

    Students should be held responsible for moving, handling and unpacking his or her own artwork.

  • Handling ArtworkStudents should take artwork out of box and repack after measuring.Ask students to 1. place artwork on measuring equipment 2. turn artwork over to view documents3. Repack artwork in box

  • Handling ArtworkQualifiers should not touch artwork to test if pastels or charcoal have been fixed. Simply ask student if the work has been fixed and then trust their answer--suggest that they put a blank cover sheet over work.

  • General ChecklistQualifiers should check for the following:Proper documents attached to artwork and boxesCorrect information on formsAppropriate subject matter sources and referencesProper artwork specifications--size, weight and preparation (mat color, etc.--see Disqualification Checklist.)

    For Qualifiers

  • General ChecklistWith a team of 2 qualifiers, one person can:Check Paperworkproper documents attached to artwork and boxescorrect information on formsCheck Sourcesappropriate subject matter sources and referencesThe second qualifier can:Check Artwork Specificationsproper size and weightproper preparation (mat color, etc)stamp of approval on juror form

  • Documents

    The student will come to the qualification table with his artwork and a Juror Rating Form which he received at check-in. The information at the top of the form must match the information on the top of the Student Intent and Artwork Identification Form that is attached to the artwork.

    Texas Art Education Association

    Visual Art Scholastic Event

    REGIONAL JURORS RATING FORM

    For Office Use Only

    TAEA Region #

    Name of Participant

    Credits

    AP / IB

    Classification

    Media

    Division

    2D / 3D

    Bloom, Kira

    2D

    Mixed Media

    Variety

    Y

    3.5+

    4

    20

    Entry # - 14628

    Room - 209

    Time Slot - 8:30 AM

    Title/Description

    Teacher

    School

    District

    TAEA No.

    Churchill High School

    NORTH EAST ISD

    Piece 1

    71635

    Erin Albright

    Student Interview

    Student Research and Application to Work

    Explain your purpose (assignment or individual) in developing this artwork and describe how you achieved that goal. Describe any influences from your study of art history, artists, or art periods and styles that have contributed to the development of this artwork.

    Score : (Circle One)

    Low = 1 High = 4

    Execution and Technique

    Use of Elements and Principles of Art

    Aesthetics and Critical Judgment

    Personal Expression

    Identify the technical skills related to the medium / media employed in this artwork.

    Explain how you selected and organized the visual aspects of this work.

    Describe the aesthetic and critical decisions involved in developing this work from original concept to finished product.

    In what ways does this artwork represent your individual point of view, imagination, creativity, and individuality.

    1234

    1234

    1234

    1234

    1234

    Student Interview Total

    Artwork Evaulation

    Score : (Circle One)

    Low = 2 High = 8

    2468

    2468

    2468

    2468

    2468

    Purpose

    Technique

    Personal Expression

    Organization

    Integration

    - Execution of intent (State of Research & Application to Work). There is evidence in the artwork of the student's effort to achieve the stated purpose.

    - The use of media and tools (Execution & Technical Skill). The student chooses and controls media and tools effectively to enhance the appearance of the work.

    - The degree of imagination, creativity and individuality. Expression is unique and fully developed to present fresh concepts in ways that are imaginative and inventive.

    - The use of elements and principles of art. Uses elements and priniciples effectively, choosing those which enhance the overall appearance of the work.

    - Suitability of expression, organization and technique to purpose through aesthetic and critical judgment. The work integrates expression, organization and technique through evaluation, revision and elaboration to achieve an effective interpretation of all aspects of the purpose.

    Artwork Evaluation Total

    General Comments & Suggestions

    Scoring Range:

    Rating (Circle one. DO NOT add minus or plus)

    Date

    /

    /

    Total Score

    (Student Interview Total + Artwork Evaluation Total)

    ( 15 - 24 - I )

    ( 25 - 36 - II )

    ( 37 - 48 - III )

    ( 49 - 60 - IV )

    I II

    III

    IV

    Write in rating here

    Signature of Juror

  • Documents

    Some students will have 2 works of art and will, therefore, have 2 Juror Rating FormsReview the information on the top of each Juror Rating Form and each Student Intent and Artwork Identification Form.Remind the student to keep the proper Juror Rating Form with the appropriate artwork.

    Texas Art Education Association

    Visual Art Scholastic Event

    REGIONAL JURORS RATING FORM

    For Office Use Only

    TAEA Region #

    Name of Participant

    Credits

    AP / IB

    Classification

    Media

    Division

    2D / 3D

    Bloom, Kira

    2D

    Mixed Media

    Variety

    Y

    3.5+

    4

    20

    Entry # - 14628

    Room - 209

    Time Slot - 8:30 AM

    Title/Description

    Teacher

    School

    District

    TAEA No.

    Churchill High School

    NORTH EAST ISD

    Piece 1

    71635

    Erin Albright

    Student Interview

    Student Research and Application to Work

    Explain your purpose (assignment or individual) in developing this artwork and describe how you achieved that goal. Describe any influences from your study of art history, artists, or art periods and styles that have contributed to the development of this artwork.

    Score : (Circle One)

    Low = 1 High = 4

    Execution and Technique

    Use of Elements and Principles of Art

    Aesthetics and Critical Judgment

    Personal Expression

    Identify the technical skills related to the medium / media employed in this artwork.

    Explain how you selected and organized the visual aspects of this work.

    Describe the aesthetic and critical decisions involved in developing this work from original concept to finished product.

    In what ways does this artwork represent your individual point of view, imagination, creativity, and individuality.

    1234

    1234

    1234

    1234

    1234

    Student Interview Total

    Artwork Evaulation