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Liverpool John Moores University Acrylic Paint Art Proposal

Liverpool John Moores University Acrylic Paint Art Proposal

Question Description

In this assignment I have to do two works

FIRST ( It will be a paper )

The goal of the creative art project is to provide you with an opportunity to create an original work of art and show how much you learned in this class. You can choose any visual form or medium and show your creativity and imagination. You are required to submit a creative art project in order to pass the class in order to meet the University’s Foundations of Knowledge and Learning Core Curriculum Fine Arts requirement. It is worth 18% of your final grade. Make sure to carefully review the scoring rubric at the end of the syllabus for all required elements.

Step 1 – Choose an Artist

First, you need to choose an artist (painter, sculptor, photographer, etc.) whose work is interesting and inspiring to you. Do not copy his/her work but use it as a starting point for your project. For example, if you choose Boticelli’s The Birth of Venus, you may use the same mythological theme in a different medium such as sculpture, mosaic, or song.

Step 2 – Research

  1. Research the time period of your artist.
  2. Research the artist’s biography.
  3. Research the artist’s techniques, ideas, and inspirations.

The more information you know about the artist, the better you will understand the work that inspired you to create your project. Select 1 work by this artist that you particularly admire. You will be required to submit an image of this artwork at the end of the semester along with the project itself.

Step 3 – Proposal

  1. Decide on a medium (pain, clay, etc.).
  2. Type your project proposal (about 400 words) including the following information:
  • Artist.
  • Artwork you have chosen.
  • The medium.
  • How you will show “the spirit” of the artist and the chosen artwork.
  • What social angle applies to the work

EXAMPLE: Here is a pdf file containing a proposal from a previous semester that earned an “A” to help give you an idea of what is expected. Click HERE to view the example.

Proposal: REQUIRED, you must get approval for your project or your project won’t be accepted.

  • Well-developed paragraph (at least 400 words) free of grammatical and spelling errors.
  • Addresses chosen artist/artwork/movement used as basis of project, the medium, and intentions to capture “the spirit of” that artist and specific artwork.
  • Contains steps to how you will create your artwork and a timeline for how long you estimate it will take
  • Contains an image of the inspiration artist/artwork/movement
  • Identifies social angle of artist/artwork/movement

Rubric

Final Project Proposal

Final Project Proposal

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWell-developed paragraph (at least 400 words) free of grammatical and spelling errors.

2.0 pts

Full Marks

0.0 pts

No Marks

2.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContains an image of the inspiration artist/artwork/movement

2.0 pts

Full Marks

0.0 pts

No Marks

2.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAddresses chosen artist/artwork/movement used as basis of project, the medium, and intentions to capture “the spirit of” that artist and specific artwork.

2.0 pts

Full Marks

0.0 pts

No Marks

2.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContains steps to how you will create your artwork and a timeline for how long you estimate it will take

2.0 pts

Full Marks

0.0 pts

No Marks

2.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIdentifies social angle of artist/artwork/movement

2.0 pts

Full Marks

0.0 pts

No Marks

2.0 pts

Total Points: 10.0

Second ( it will be a powerpoint ) and it must be related to above

This is where you upload your final project presentation. The presentation is ALSO your submission of your final project art product. This discussion board will allow you to peer review any other student’s project.

Each student will be required to create an original work of art and present the art to the class (via narrated PowerPoint, narrated Prezi, or video). No collage will be accepted. Performance without composition or considerable manipulation will not be accepted. All projects must be approved by the instructor via Canvas. Grades will be weighted toward the attention and intention of the work, but composition, manipulation, sophistication, and presentation will be considered. Students may employ m/any form/s or medium/a covered in the course. Consideration must be given to your audience! If the class is not made to think or feel, grades will reflect this lack of connection/participation. If we laugh or cry or ponder or wonder, grades will reflect this success. No late projects will be accepted. This project is 18% of the total grade. Make sure your project has easily discernable phases so that one could tell that it took time and several steps to complete. Projects that seem as though they could have been done in one day or overnight will not receive a high grade. You should review the scoring rubric in the syllabus for this assignment.

Step 1 – Choose an Artist

First, you need to choose an artist (painter, sculptor, photographer, etc.) whose work is interesting and inspiring to you. Do not copy his/her work but use it as a starting point for your project. For example, if you choose Boticelli’s The Birth of Venus, you may use the same mythological theme in a different medium such as sculpture, mosaic, or song.

Step 2 – Research

  1. Research the time period of your artist.
  2. Research the artist’s biography.
  3. Research the artist’s techniques, ideas, and inspirations.

The more information you know about the artist, the better you will understand the work that inspired you to create your project. Select 1 work by this artist that you particularly admire. You will be required to submit an image of this artwork at the end of the semester along with the project itself.

Step 3 – Proposal

  1. Decide on a medium (pain, clay, etc.).
  2. Type your project proposal (about 400 words) including the following information:
  • Artist.
  • Artwork you have chosen.
  • The medium.
  • How you will show “the spirit” of the artist and the chosen artwork.
  • What social angle is associated with the chosen inspiration piece
  1. Submit the proposal PRIOR to starting Module 3. You must receive my approval before submitting your project.

Step 4 – Project

  1. Start creating your work of art. Make sure you start early. This is a semester long project and you should plan accordingly.
  2. Take photos or video of various stages of your work at the project in order to submit to me with your statement of progress. Make sure you are in the photos!!
  3. You may change what you are creating along the way, but you need to consult with me before doing it. If you do not communicate the changes to me and present the project that was not discussed in the proposal, I will not accept it.
  4. Give a name to your artwork.

Step 5 – Presentation

Your presentation should be 5-10 minutes long. It should be a narrated PowerPoint, a narrated Prezi, or a video that clearly documents your progress and your end result. The presentation should be fully narrated and on auto play. The visual representation of your progress should be sufficient enough to thoroughly explain the steps/process involved with your project. After uploading your presentation, you should submit a peer review as a discussion reply to any other student’s presentation/project. Make sure your presentation has the following elements:

  • fully narrated
  • auto play
  • starts with an overview/introduction of your introduction piece and why you selected it (tell us a story)
  • show and discuss the collecting of materials and steps in creating your own piece (tell us a story)
  • indicate if your own piece shares the same social angle with the inspiration piece
  • show us your inspiration piece and own piece side-by-side
  • discuss any challenges you faced and what changes you would make, if any, if you did it again
  • talk about your appreciation of the art process and any direct impact the project had on you
  • include a references slide
  • include a conclusion or wrap-up slide
  • information about the artist/artwork/movement (history, photos, context, social angles
  • techniques (medium and principles of design)…use the terms you learned to describe and analyze both your inspiration and your own creation
  • your experience while creating the project (successes, problems, failures, and lessons learned)
  • photo evidence to document your steps

EXAMPLE: Here are videos files containing Final Project presentations from a previous semester. While these presentations may not have earned 100%, they definitely earned an “A” and should help give you an idea of what is expected.

Graphite PencilPlay media comment.

Mixed MediaPlay media comment.

Oil PaintingPlay media comment.

Pen and InkPlay media comment.

PhotographyPlay media comment.

Peer Review up to 10 points

  • Provides comments/feedback for project (effort, thoughtfulness and creativity, style and presentation) and for the video (clear, thorough, address information contained in paper).
  • Minimum of 100 words

Project up to 40 points

  • Effort: demonstrates that considerable time has gone into thinking about, designing, and executing the project; relatively free of mistakes; neatly presented, is aligned well with inspiration work.
  • Thoughtfulness & Creativity: work is original, demonstrates critical thinking on the execution of the project and the meaning behind it.
  • Style & Presentation: work is neatly presented and looks like a finished work of art that reflects the artist’s style; not quickly thrown together.

Presentation up to 40 points

  • Thoughtfully presented as though telling a story with a clear introduction, body, and conclusion/summary with title, conclusion, and references pages
  • Demonstrates appropriate preparedness and professionalism.
  • Clearly expresses the research of this project.
    • Research the time period of your artist/artwork/movement
    • Research the artist’s biography or history of artwork.movement
    • Research the techniques, ideas, and inspirations used by the artist/artwork/movement
  • Addresses problems encountered and things learned
  • Demonstrates knowledge of terms and ideas from class, specifically, uses at least 5 terms
  • Includes image of the specific inspiration artwork chosen and photographs depicting stages of the creative process with the student included in the photos
  • Identifies and explains social angle of inspiration artist/artwork/movement, as well as, own work created for this project

At the end

I must have 2 work

1 is a paper for the first submmition

2 a power point for final submition

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