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ART 100 Grossmont Cuyamaca Community College District Self Reflection Discussion

ART 100 Grossmont Cuyamaca Community College District Self Reflection Discussion

Question Description

Discussion Topic 4 Post and Replies due July 26

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Posts and Replies are due on Sunday July 26

For this discussion topic, we are going to begin sharing ideas and plans for the Autobiographic Diorama Art Project.


  1. The fist thing you will want to do is familiarize yourself with assignment. Click here to view the assignment. It will take you up to one hour to view and read the material.

  2. Please completely view the entire Tex talk, and read the articles that are included in the assignment before contributing to this Discussion topic.

Requirements

For this discussion assignment, you will be telling us about your ideas and “plan” for the Autobiography Diorama assignment.

Please provide in your discussion post:

1. Images of objects that you plan on using.

2. A numbered list of the objects and a brief description of why they are an “Autobiography”.

3. A description of how you “think” that you will use the objects.

4. You must use some of terms from the Principles of Composition. Please review Ch 2 for these.


For this discussion, please reference the assignment:

Autobiographic Diorama Art Project Due July 29.

Chapter 2 section on: PRINCIPLES OF COMPOSITION:

Composition. Balance: balance, symmetrical balance, asymmetrical balance, radial balance. Rhythm: regular rhythm, alternating rhythm, eccentric rhythm. Proportion and Scale: proportion, scale, hieratic scaling. Emphasis: accents. Unity and Variety: unity, variety.


Posts and Replies are due on Sunday July 26


For this discussion assignment, you will be telling us about your ideas and “plan” for the Autobiography Diorama assignment.

Please provide in your discussion post (list 1, 2, 3 in a numbered format):

1. Images of objects that you plan on using.

2. A numbered list of the objects and a brief description of why they are an “Autobiography”. This must be specific.

3. A description of how you “think” that you will use the objects.

4. You must use some of terms from the Principles of Composition. Please review Ch 2 for these. Note how in my example, I bolded the terms used.


Example: This is My diorama- My autobiography only.

1.

autobiographic sample

2. Starting from the top left to right:

    1. cardboard box that will be the “box” that everything will go in

    2. ship list of passengers from my Filipino grandfather when he immigrated to the US- this is a reminder of my ancestry.

    3. Dia de Los Muertos papel picado banner- a practice that I participate in yearly and throughout the year.

    4. vintage spool of thread- a symbolic connection to my mother and the artistic practice we share together

    5. feather- a symbol of my spirituality and connection to nature.

    6. flower broach- a whimsical item from my daughter that represents a mother and child- one flower and a smaller flower.

    7. yarn and bead necklace- an early creative relic of my daughters.

    8. big bead with gold leaf on it- a symbolic reminder to be present and always play.

    9. battery operated twinkle lights- lights are a symbolic reminder of mortality, an ever present element that I think about and drives my values and beliefs.

3.

I will begin by printing several copies of #2 to then cover the entire inside and outside of the cardboard box so that I do not see the cardboard any longer.

Then, I will place one flag from #3 on top of the background.

Once my background is complete, I will arrange the biggest items first and play around with the placement, trying out several compositions; I will experiment with all forms of balance, before deciding on one.

After the big items are positioned, and glued down, I will add the lights and and glue them down or make holes in the box, so that they don’t move.

In the end, I will place one of the #3 in the front of everything, including in front of the lights. That way, the flags will glow since the plastic is translucent.

That is my rough plan. Things may change, items may change; but this is the final plan.

Students>>> please know that plans always change. Please allow your self time and flexibility- we can plan to the very smallest of details, but things can happen- so please be welcoming of the unexpected.


Posts and Replies are due on Sunday July 26


Please reply to two students.

The nature of this topics reply should address giving suggestions, or helping to “brainstorm” additional ideas. Since this topic is all about you, the student; replies should not direct students to shift the thematic focus away from the student. Instead, provide technical ideas- how to glue, attach, cut, or use the materials chosen. OR reinforcement of ideas. We all need a little encouragement especially when we are doing something new

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After replies, please complete the Project Reflection

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Written Summary 4 Due July 26

  • Due Sunday by 11:59pm
  • Points 100
  • Submitting a media recording or a file upload
  • File Types pdf
  • Available Jun 26 at 12am – Jul 29 at 11:59pm about 1 month

A Psychological Selfie Portrait

The selfie is so ubiquitous these days that even iphones have “selfie” modes! The subculture of the selfie exploded with the onset of the mirror camera mode- and now, it would be difficult to find anyone that has a smart phone that does not know what a selfie is. However, this practice has been around for hundreds of years, and was previously identified as a “self portrait”.

The earliest that I can identify are from as far back as the Renaissance (1500’s). Not all artists worked in this mode, however this is when we see artists reflecting back on themselves, some more often than others (Rembrandt, p 321.).


For this week’s summary, you are going to create a psychological self portrait that is influenced by an artist from the textbook, and analyze it as an art historian might, or someone with a trained eye might, (like yours!).

A psychological self portrait gives us an insight into your emotions and feelings. It tells us of where you are at mentally and emotionally. Color, size, iconography, how much space your image takes up in the composition: these elements together tell us the story of you, in that moment.


For this assignment, please reference Chapter 11, section on “Self-Portraits” in the textbook.

You may also use any other image from the rest of the textbook.


Requirements & Instructions

1. Look through Chapter 11. Find an image that you find interesting, inspiring, and that you think you can create your own version that is “inspired by” that artist from Chapter 11.

Make sure to read the image description- it will tell you the story and feeling behind the self portrait. It may be in the story, that you find connection and inspiration.

2. Take a photograph of yourself that is psychologically interesting. Use your phones camera settings to adjust the colors, zoom in, crop, etc.

3. Your selfie portrait must tell a story that you will interpret based on these elements:

      • Composition (p. 42), Vantage; are you central and up close? Significantly small and off center? Zoom in! Or out!
            • Up close leaves no mystery, as opposed to far away
            • Central gives you the dominant role, off center may indicate a role reversal of central importance
      • Color; black & white, color saturation- vivid, faded. Use your phone’s camera settings to adjust the colors to suit the psychological interpretation.
            • Bright saturation may indicate a false intensity
            • Faded colors may indicate lack of emotion, loss
            • Black and white can tell of loss of vigor, or create extreme drama
      • Iconography: Props, clothing
          • Objects and types of clothing add to the story of your mental and emotional status and lead to an interpretation. Make it fun!

Include all points below in your summary

Please use the numbered format in your summary. Thank you 🙂

1. Your selfie- image

2. The original artwork that you were inspired by from Chapter 11. Include the title, name, medium, date. Make your image look as close as you can to your inspired art-work or explain how it is connected conceptually to the original.

3. Composition

4. Color

5. Iconography/objects

6. Reflection: was it successful? Does it create the psychological portrait you were hoping for? Describe the inspiration that you took from the original image; how can we see the inspiration in your image? Have fun!


Things to consider:

You may create a factitious character like Cindy Sherman did. This broadens your possibilities. Make up a totally new you!

Use an artist from the textbook as an inspiration; you do not have to copy them.

Things not to do:

  • No normal everyday selfies.

  • No environments/backgrounds that are vague or not directly related to your psychological portrait.

  • Use the timer mode on your phone, so…..no hands holding the phone. Make it a real portrait!


Please make sure all of these requirements are fulfilled

Please make sure all of these requirements are fulfilled before submitting:

  1. Provide the information in the numbered format above.

  2. CITE sources, if you use them (it is not necessary to use another source other than your text book). Your submission will be scanned through for originality. I will use this data to inform your grade. If you do not cite, it will “appear” that plagiarism is taking place.

  3. Try to limit your Summary to one page.

  4. Must be submitted as a pdf file.


After submission please complete the Project Reflection

Click here to go to the Project Reflection.


Rubric

Written Work Rubric_100pt

Written Work Rubric_100pt

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWritten Communication

28.0 to >24.7 pts

Above Average

Well organized. Creative and very clear use of language and no grammatical or technical errors. Citations provided if applicable.

24.7 to >13.18 pts

Average

Essay had organizational issues, grammatical, or technical errors. Less attention to clarity of language.

13.18 to >0 pts

Below Average

Highly unorganized written work with many grammatical and technical errors. Confusing or erroneous language.

28.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCritical Analysis

36.0 to >32.72 pts

Above Average

Written work shows a high level of contemplation and insight. Attention to key concepts associated with the related material and use of associated vocabulary and terminology. Vocabulary and terminology are used correctly as dictated in the assignment details. Citations provided if applicable.

32.72 to >13.1 pts

Average

Written work contains less than the required amount of insight and few references to related material with some use of related vocabulary or reference to reading materials. Misuse of some of the terminology and vocabulary associated with the assignment.

13.1 to >0 pts

Below Average

Shows little to no signs of insight or understanding. Lacks attention to key concepts and no applied use of related terminology or vocabulary.

36.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFulfills RequirementsAll requirements are outlined under the specific assignment in Canvas.

36.0 to >32.58 pts

Above Average

_Completed assignment with the required format (numbered), length, file type, and image selections from required sites or chapters. Followed all directions completely. Citations provided, if applicable.

32.58 to >13.72 pts

Average

Followed some of the directions, but did not complete the full amount of written content, and/or visual source images, including source requirements.

13.72 to >0 pts

Below Average

Did not follow the directions at all, and did not complete the full amount of written content, and/or visual source images, including source requirements.

36.0 pts

Total Points: 100.0

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