Painting 1 Assignments

Late, Missing and Incomplete Work final deadline is May 31st!

Exam Schedule

The exam schedule is linked here.  Remember there is no resource during exams and classes start at 7:50

Final Exam

Week of May 29 - June 2

Learning Target:  Create a free choice painting that summarizes all you have learned in this class and is inspired by NATURE. Create a complex composition that illustrates a complex concept through high quality craftsmanship and realistic color rendering.  Develop work in media of your choice that has been explored in class.  

Tuesday: Work day to get going on your Final Free choice Nature inspired painting.

Thursday: Final Critique is Today!  
Please have the following prepared for critique: 
  • Finished free choice nature inspired painting
  • Completed Art Project Rubric
  • Photograph of your Nature Painting, well lit, in focus with no background clutter and  loaded to the Google Drive Folder and named lastname-firstname-free.jpg
Critique Follow-up
  • After critique complete parent communication email about critique.  See Google Doc for what to say. You will simply copy and paste the appropriate portion of the document.   Make sure you copy your teacher on this email.
  • Make sure you artist statement and photo of your painting are turned in
Exam is on Tuesday June 5th at 12:55 - 2:45.  Please bring your laptop for the Final Exam as you will have a written Exam Statement you will do that day.  

Week of May 22 - 26

Learning Target:  Create a free choice painting that summarizes all you have learned in this class and is inspired by NATURE. Create a complex composition that illustrates a complex concept through high quality craftsmanship and realistic color rendering.  Develop work in media of your choice that has been explored in class.  

​Tuesday:  New Unit:  Final Free Choice Nature Inspired Painting-Visual Journal Conferences Today!!!  Get Started on your Painting.  
The pages should include the following:
  1. Research (visual and written, could cut out pictures collage, draw etc.) on artists who have inspired your exploration of nature-inspired subject matter.  
  2. Sketches and experimentation with media, composition, thumbnails brainstorming idea, sketches that explore the ideas you have,
  3. Use full color, collage and other visual journal techniques to design these pages. 
  4. Write a 5-7 sentence proposal that explains your subject matter, the chosen media, your concept, the size you plan to work, the support images you will bring in to help you work realistically. 
    1.  If using photos they need to be your own images.  
    2. If working from real life you need to bring in the objects or sketch from observation and create paintings based on your sketches. 
  5. Complete a sketchbook rubric and conference with me by Tuesday May 23rd.  
Thursday:  Work day to get going on your Final Free choice Nature inspired painting.
​ Final Critique is Thursday June 1st. 

Week of May 15 - 19

Learning Target:  Create free choice studies utilizing watercolor media and direct observation.  Apply knowledge of color theory and media techniques to paintings. Develop an understanding of watercolor media.
Introduction to Watercolor media. 

Monday: Paint En Plein Air with watercolors.  
  • Develop 1-2 paintings that show at least 3 of the techniques we've learned about.  Choose to work with paints, crayons or pencils.  
  • Hand in your Visual Journals with watercolor notes, worksheet pages and experimentation completed
  • Complete Sketchbook rubric and put in the journal where your watercolor notes begin
  • Make sure your name is on your journal

Wednesday :  Watercolor Critique Day- 
  • Set up an exhibit of your work at your table.  Make sure your name is displayed with your work.  
  • Take out a piece of paper (looseleaf or plain) and Artist and your Name at the top.  Leave this by your paintings.  
  • Move to a new table and sit by people you have never sat with during this class.  
  • Spend 3-5 quiet minutes looking at the watercolor paintings in front of you at the new table.
  • Write a 2 critique comments by the person's work on the paper with their name at the top.  
    • One comment should be positive and one should be a suggestion for improvement.  Both should give a reason and use art vocabulary and help the student artist improve their work. Nothing personal or silly.  
    • You will rotate multiple times to view a variety of art work.  
    • Be quiet during this process so that all can think and be reflective.
At the end of critique:
  • hand in your stack of En Plein Aire Paintings with a completed Art Project rubric and the Critique notes you received.  
  • Post 2 photos of your Plein Air Watercolors to the Google Folder
  • Name them: lastname-firstname-wtrclr1.jpg, lastname-firstname-wtrclr2.jpg
  • Hand in your Visual Journals with watercolor notes, worksheet pages and experimentation completed
  • Complete Sketchbook rubric and put in the journal where your watercolor notes begin
  • Make sure your name is on your journal

Friday:  New Unit:  Final Free Choice Nature Inspired Painting-Develop 3-5 Visual Journal pages to plan your final free choice painting.  You may use acrylics or watercolors for this final work.  It must be at least 11 x 14 in size. 

The pages should include the following:
  1. Research (visual and written, could cut out pictures collage, draw etc.) on artists who have inspired your exploration of nature-inspired subject matter.  
  2. Sketches and experimentation with media, composition, thumbnails brainstorming idea, sketches that explore the ideas you have,
  3. Use full color, collage and other visual journal techniques to design these pages. 
  4. Write a 5-7 sentence proposal that explains your subject matter, the chosen media, your concept, the size you plan to work, the support images you will bring in to help you work realistically. 
    1.  If using photos they need to be your own images.  
    2. If working from real life you need to bring in the objects or sketch from observation and create paintings based on your sketches. 
  5. Complete a sketchbook rubric and conference with me by Tuesday May 23rd.  

Week of May 8 - 12

Learning Target:  Create free choice studies utilizing watercolor media and direct observation.  Apply knowledge of color theory and media techniques to paintings. Develop an understanding of watercolor media.
Introduction to Watercolor media. 

Monday:  
Experiment with watercolor crayons, pencils and paints to develop an awareness of media.  Complete several sketchbook practice assignments to try the technique.  

Wednesday and Friday:  Paint En Plein Air with watercolors.  Develop 1-2 paintings that show at least 3 of the techniques we've learned about.  Choose to work with paints, crayons or pencils.

Mrs. Bjork's Pinboard on Watercolors

Week of May 1 - 5

 Learning Target: Create a realistically rendered self portrait based on live observation and photo-altered selfie.  Respond to research on master portrait artists and choose a master to emulate. Mimic the style of a master artist while developing the look of your self portrait.  Take the painting beyond a selfie into a true work of art through digital image alteration and your painting skills. Render realistically blending colors and using color theory to enhance your self portrait. Learning Target: Respond and Present to peers' artwork through oral and written critique process. 

Monday May 1: Last in class day to work on Self Portraits. 

Wednesday May 3:  Critique of Self Portraits
​Have the following ready for critique: 
  • Finished self portrait painting
  • Completed Art Project Rubric
  • Finished artist statement loaded to the Google Drive folder for our class named lastname-firstname-self.doc
  • Photograph of your self portrait well lit, in focus with no background clutter and  loaded to the Google Drive Folder and named lastname-firstname-self.jpg
Critique Follow-up
  • After critique complete parent communication email about critique.  See Google Doc for what to say. You will simply copy and paste the appropriate portion of the document.   Make sure you copy your teacher on this email.
  • Make sure you artist statement and photo of your painting are turned in

​Friday May 5:  Presentation of new unit:
Learning Target:  Create free choice studies utilizing watercolor media and direct observation.  Apply knowledge of color theory and media techniques to paintings. Develop an understanding of watercolor media.
Introduction to Watercolor media. 

Experiment with watercolor crayons, pencils and paints to develop an awareness of media.  Complete several sketchbook practice assignments to try the technique.  

Mrs. Bjork's Pinboard on Watercolors

Week of April 24 - 28

REMEMBER:  This week is Intervention and ASPIRE testing schedule.  We have altered class periods daily M-Thursday and no classes on Friday.  
 Learning Target: Create a realistically rendered self portrait based on live observation and photo-altered selfie.  Respond to research on master portrait artists and choose a master to emulate. Mimic the style of a master artist while developing the look of your self portrait.  Take the painting beyond a selfie into a true work of art through digital image alteration and your painting skills. Render realistically blending colors and using color theory to enhance your self portrait.

Monday April 24 Work day to complete self portraits.

Learning Target: Respond and Present to peers' artwork through oral and written critique process. 

Wednesday April 26th: Last in class day to work on Self Portraits. 

Monday May 1:  Critique of Self Portraits
​Have the following ready for critique: 
  • Finished self portrait painting
  • Completed Art Project Rubric
  • Finished artist statement loaded to the Google Drive folder for our class named lastname-firstname-self.doc
  • Photograph of your self portrait well lit, in focus with no background clutter and  loaded to the Google Drive Folder and named lastname-firstname-self.jpg

Week of April 17 - 21

 Learning Target: Create a realistically rendered self portrait based on live observation and photo-altered selfie.  Respond to research on master portrait artists and choose a master to emulate. Mimic the style of a master artist while developing the look of your self portrait.  Take the painting beyond a selfie into a true work of art through digital image alteration and your painting skills. Render realistically blending colors and using color theory to enhance your self portrait. 

Tuesday and Thursday:  Studio work time for self portrait.  I will demonstrate how to mix skin tones on Tuesday for those who were absent prior to break.  

Critique Wednesday April 26th.  

Week of March 27 - 31

 Learning Target: Create a realistically rendered self portrait based on live observation and photo-altered selfie.  Respond to research on master portrait artists and choose a master to emulate. Mimic the style of a master artist while developing the look of your self portrait.  Take the painting beyond a selfie into a true work of art through digital image alteration and your painting skills. Render realistically blending colors and using color theory to enhance your self portrait. 

Tuesday 3/28:   Introduction to Self Portrait Unit
Work by yourself today with headphones and your Visual Journal watch
 
  • Watch the embedded video Below
  • Design and take notes on portrait
  • Complete the portrait sketches in your Visual Journal
  • Watch the additional video on Classical Portrait techniques and draw along with it in your Visual Journal
READ THE EMBEDDED ASSIGNMENT SHEET CAREFULLY 
  • Use the mirrors (on the center table) and create visual journal pages full of studies of your features- eyes, noses, mouths, ears from different angles and viewpoints (3/4, profile, straight on etc.) Draw what you see, not what you know.  
  • Design your studies creatively using multi media and color (watercolors, chalk, oil pastel etc)
  • Label your studies as to what they are. Design the lettering creatively
  • Watch the HOW TO portrait videos on the bottom right column below for more details on painting portraits. 
THESE STUDIES  ARE DUE AT THE START OF CLASS ON Thursday 3/30 and art part of the Visual Journal Graded Check for this unit.  Make sure you complete a sketchbook rubric.  

Thursday 3/30: Use the iPads to shoot a portrait and alter it based on your research related to the Master Artists  Deposit the finished jpg of your experiments with apps and self portrait in the Google Inspiration Folder
  • Remember that your painted portrait must be based on observation of your real face in a mirror
  • It should also incorporate some aspect of the digital self portrait and the artist you researched
  • You can use all colors to create your portrait
  • When you've completed your research and iPad self portrait get started on sketching your plan for the portrait on canvas.​​

Week of April 3 - 7

Monday - Friday:  Studio work time for self portrait.  I will demonstrate how to mix skin tones on Monday.  

Week of March 20 - 24

Learning Target:
Create a series of studies and a finished painting that express the science, theory and psychology behind color.  Interpret 2-dimensional space through color, shape and repetition, while creating an abstract work of art. 

Monday 3/20:  Last in class studio day to complete your Abstract Shape Painting.
Do the following to prepare for critique on Wednesday 
  • Shoot a photo of your work making sure the following is done with the photo:
    • no background clutter, cropped properly to show only your image
    • straight image,
    • in focus,
    • good color,
  • Post your photo of your work as a jpg named last name-firstname-abstract.jpg  to the Google Folder
  • post your artist statement to the Google Folder named last name-firstname-abstract.doc
  • FILL OUT THE ART PROJECT RUBRIC

Wednesday 3/22:  CRITIQUE ABSTRACT PAINTING
Hang your paintings on the back board for critique and make sure you have all of the items listed on Monday completed.  
Critique Follow-up
  • After critique complete parent communication email about critique.  See Google Doc for what to say. You will simply copy and paste the appropriate portion of the document.   Make sure you copy your teacher on this email.
  • Make sure you artist statement and photo of your painting are turned in

Friday 3/24:   Learning Target: Create a realistically rendered self portrait based on live observation and photo-altered selfie.  Respond to research on master portrait artists and choose a master to emulate. Mimic the style of a master artist while developing the look of your self portrait.  Take the painting beyond a selfie into a true work of art through digital image alteration and your painting skills. Render realistically blending colors and using color theory to enhance your self portrait. 

Monday:   Introduction to Self Portrait Unit
Work by yourself today with headphones and your Visual Journal watch
 
  • Watch the embedded video Below
  • Design and take notes on portrait
  • Complete the portrait sketches in your Visual Journal
  • Watch the additional video on Classical Portrait techniques and draw along with it in your Visual Journal
READ THE EMBEDDED ASSIGNMENT SHEET CAREFULLY 
  • Use the mirrors (on the center table) and create visual journal pages full of studies of your features- eyes, noses, mouths, ears from different angles and viewpoints (3/4, profile, straight on etc.) Draw what you see, not what you know.  
  • Design your studies creatively using multi media and color (watercolors, chalk, oil pastel etc)
  • Label your studies as to what they are. Design the lettering creatively
  • Watch the HOW TO portrait videos on the bottom right column below for more details on painting portraits. 
THESE STUDIES  ARE DUE AT THE START OF CLASS ON Thursday 3/30 and art part of the Visual Journal Graded Check for this unit.  Make sure you complete a sketchbook rubric.  

Week of March 13 - 17

Tuesday/Thursday 3/14 & 3/16: Studio days to work on abstract color paintings. 
  • Remember the criteria for the assignment.  
  • Work on blending with primary only to create secondary colors.  
  • Create tints, shades and tones within your work. 
  • Critique will be Wednesday March 22

Week of March 6 - 10

Learning Target:
Create a series of studies and a finished painting that express the science, theory and psychology behind color.  Interpret 2-dimensional space through color, shape and repetition, while creating an abstract work of art. 

Tuesday 3/7:  Meet with me to discuss your plan for the abstract painting.  Bring the following to our meeting:
  1. ​Visual Journal designed notes on color theory 
  2. Create thumbnails for color design project. 
  3. Show your artist research and write a proposal about how you will create an abstract composition inspired by a word or phrase.   
  4. Explain what your word or phrase is and how that will influence your color choices
  5. Tell who your artist is, what they are known for in terms of their style and how this will influence your own work. 
  6. complete a sketchbook rubric 
  7. Use 16 x 20 or 18 x 24 paper to draw out your designs

Thursday 3/9: Work day to get started on abstract color paintings.
  • Remember the criteria for the assignment.  
  • Work on blending with primary only to create secondary colors.  
  • Create tints, shades and tones within your work. 

Weeks of February 20 - March 3

Learning Target: Respond and Present to peers' artwork through oral and written critique process. 

Monday 2/20 
Critique of Monochromatic Still Life.  
Monochromatic Still Life painting and artist statements due today.  
  • Photograph your finished paintings post on the Google Folder 
  • Write an IT's CLEAR artist statement and deposit in the Google Folder
  • name both files Lastname-firstname.jpg or doc.
  • Fill out the Art Project Rubric
  • After critique complete parent communication email about critique.  See Google Doc for what to say. You will simply copy and paste the appropriate portion of the document.   Make sure you copy your teacher on this email.
  • Hang Exhibit of Paintings in Gallery.  Make sure you create a title card for your work including Your name, Title of Painting and media (acrylic paint). 

Wednesday 2/22:
Learning Target:
Create a series of studies and a finished painting that express the science, theory and psychology behind color.  Interpret 2-dimensional space through color, shape and repetition, while creating an abstract work of art. 

Introduction to Color Theory Unit- Visual Journal on color notes and set up Color Wheel and tone worksheet. 
  • Create color wheels using primary colors only to mix and blend a fully blended donut of color  
  • Create a tint, shade and tone bar as part of the exploration using secondary colors you've mixed yourself

Monday February 27 :  Visual Journal pages due by end of class with color wheels, tone scales and notes on color theory.  Fill Out sketchbook Rubric with books.

Use the Master artist books in the classroom and the internet to get started on Abstract Color Shape Painting Inspired by Master Artist.  
See details in Assignment Description Sheet


​Wednesday & Friday 3/1-3/3: Develop Visual Journal pages to devise a concept and compositions for the Abstract Color Shape Painting Inspired By an Master Artist's Style and A Word or Phrase
  • Create thumbnails for color design project.
  • Show your artist research and write a proposal about how you will create an abstract composition inspired by a word or phrase.  
  • Explain what your word or phrase is and how that will influence your color choices
  • Tell who your artist is, what they are known for in terms of their style and how this will influence your own work. 
  • complete a sketchbook rubric and meet with me/Mrs. Martin to discuss your plan
  • Use 16 x 20 or 18 x 24 paper to draw out your designs. 
Mrs. Bjork's Pinterest Board on Abstract Art
Mrs. Bjork's Pinterest Board on Color Theory
Mrs. Bjork's Pinterest Board on Color

Week of February 13 -17

Learning Target:  Create a unique, complex composition that uses monochromatic color (one color + black and white to show value).

Tuesday/Thursday
Work time to complete your monochromatic still life.  
  • Must have a minimum of 3 objects in the composition.  
  • Must show full value range of lights to mediums to dark tones.  
  • Goal is to realistically represent the still life and fill the page with your composition.
  • Photograph your finished paintings post on the Google Folder 
  • Write an IT's CLEAR artist statement and deposit in the Google Folder
  • name both files Lastname-firstname.jpg or doc.
  • Due for Critique on Monday 2/20

Week of February 6 - 10

Learning Target:  Create a unique, complex composition that uses monochromatic color (one color + black and white to show value). 

Monday:  Visual Journal pages due with Sketchbook Rubric Completed.  
Work time to complete your monochromatic still life.  
  • Must have a minimum of 3 objects in the composition.  
  • Must show full value range of lights to mediums to dark tones.  
  • Goal is to realistically represent the still life and fill the page with your composition.
  • Due for Critique on Thursday 2/16

Wednesday, Friday
Work time to complete your monochromatic still life.  
  • Must have a minimum of 3 objects in the composition. 
  • Must show full value range of lights to mediums to dark tones. 
  • Goal is to realistically represent the still life and fill the page with your composition.
  • Due for Critique on Thursday 2/16

Week of January 30 - February 3

Learning Target: Create a complex composition that depicts the still life as subject through monochromatic value painting. 

​Tuesday 1/31
Develop Visual Journal pages about goals, introductory notes and monochromatic still life.  Develop thumbnail sketches and research to plan your complex composition for the still life painting.
  • Discuss different types of brushes, how they can be used, and how to care for brushes and clean acrylic paint.  
  • Develop visual journal pages about class goals, elements and principles of design as related to painting, brush terms and care.
  • Develop visual journal pages practicing painting techniques as demonstrated in class. See handout
  • Sketch thumbnail plans for  monochromatic still life
  • Complex composition contains overlapping shapes, 3 objects minimum and interesting positive and negative space.  Thumbnails should show this. 
  • Make sure you have developed 4-6Visual Journal pages that meet the criteria here and have explored all the required elements.  Remember visual journaling is multi-media, utilizes frames, typography, connects ideas, is colorful and shows that your designed your pages. Due by end of class on Thursday with sketchbook rubric filled out.  

Thursday 2/2 
Work time to finish Visual Journal Pages and begin drawing and enlarging your thumbnail to develop your monochromatic still life painting.  The learning target is to Create a unique, complex composition that uses monochromatic color (one color + black and white to show value). 
  • Must have a minimum of 3 overlapping objects in the composition. 
  • Must show full value range of lights to mediums to dark tones. 
  • Goal is to realistically represent the still life and fill the page with your complex composition.
  • Visual Journal Due today with completed rubric. 
    1. Your goals,
    2. notes on brushes and painting techniques,
    3. worksheet on value,
    4. thumbnails planning your painting
    5. Make sure you hand into me along with a Sketchbook rubric.  
    6. Develop them with writing and Visual Journaling techniques.  

Week of February 13 - 17

Learning Target: Respond and Present to peers' artwork through oral and written critique process. 

Tuesday  
Critique of Monochromatic Still Life.  
Monochromatic Still Life painting and artist statements due today.  
  • Make sure your statement is deposited in the class Google Folder. 
  • Fill out the Art Project Rubric
  • Fill out the Artist Statement Rubric
  • After critique complete parent communication email about critique.  See Google Doc for what to say. You will simply copy and paste the appropriate portion of the document.   Make sure you copy your teacher on this email.
  • Hang Exhibit of Paintings in Gallery.  Make sure you create a title card for your work including Your name, Title of Painting and media (acrylic paint). 

Thursday
Learning Target:
Create a series of studies and a finished painting that express the science, theory and psychology behind color.  Interpret 2-dimensional space through color, shape and repetition, while creating an abstract work of art. 

Intro to color theory.  Create color wheels using primary colors only to mix and blend.  Create a tint, shade and tone bar as part of the exploration.  

___________ :  Turn in finished color wheels and complementary color tone scales by end of class. 

​Develop a concept and compositions for the Abstract color project.  Create thumbnails for color design project.  Start designs. 
Mrs. Bjork's Pinterest Board on Abstract Art
Mrs. Bjork's Pinterest Board on Color Theory
Mrs. Bjork's Pinterest Board on Color

Getting Started Day 1 

We will be setting up our online and in class room learning environment in the first days of class.  You will want to bookmark the following:
  1. This website assignment page
  2. The Google Assignments Calendar
  3. You may also want to subscribe to the Art Blog for the latest news from the art department including exhibit opportunities, scholarships and more. 
  4. The Google Folder to digitally turn in Artist Statements and rubrics. 

Supplies
For daily class you need your laptop and you also will need a sketchbook and number two pencil.  The Sketchbook should have at least 50 pages and be book or spiral bound.  8.5" x 11" or 9" x 12" is a perfect size. 

We will be making portfolios the first day or so of class. 

Week of January 24 - 27

Wednesday 1/26
Graffiti Art
What is painting?  What makes a painting good?  What are the characteristics of a quality painting?  Graffiti a board with your table team that answers those questions.  Use words, colors and images to design. Make sure the artists from your table have tagged their names into the design.  Check out my Pin Board on the topic for inspiration.
http://pinterest.com/bellafiore3/street-art-and-graffiti/

What is a Visual Journal?  
How is it different from a Sketchbook?
How will we be using Visual Journals in this class? 
Look at examples of Visual Journal Pages

Reflect on the Graffiti Activity and Develop 1-2 Visual Journal pages about your goals for this class.  Use paint, markers, collage any media to create your goals.  Make the page(s) true works of art!

Friday 1/28
This week we will begin our Monochromatic Still Life Paintings.  You will be working from the still life set up in the room.  Find a creative composition within the still life.  You don't have to paint the entire thing. 

Things to remember for the still life:
  1. You must have a minimum of 3 objects in your still life and a maximum of 5.
  2. You need to think about positive and negative space and how your shapes will illustrate and define both.
  3. You need to fully render/blend your tones using one color + black and white to show a full range of value.
For more details about the assignment and the deadlines related to it click the button below. 

Your goals, notes on brushes and painting techniques, worksheet on value, thumbnails planning your painting are due Thursday 2/2 at the end of class.   Make sure you show them to me along with a Sketchbook rubric.  Develop them with writing and Visual Journaling techniques.  

Think about the 3 Cs of quality art making as you design your painting:
1.  Concept:  What's your idea?  How can you make your painting unique and interesting.
2.  Composition:  How will you design the 2-dimensional space of your painting?  Make sure you have the minimum number of objects and an interesting background. 
3.  Craftsmanship:  How will you use the media?  How do you blend smoothly creating tints and shades of the color chosen. 

Assessment in This Class

As always the artwork you create and the way you present it will influence the grades you receive in this class.  This year the district is moving towards Standards Based Grading.  With each unit you will see a highly detailed form that describes the assignment and shows what Reportable Standards and Priority Standards are being covered in the unit.   As we've done in the past you will participate in the critique process, which involves presenting your finished artwork and evaluating it in verbal and written form.  You will use the following two rubrics to self assess your work. Each is standards based and will be used to determine your grade in this class.  This year we will also be individually grading your artist statements with a separate rubric.  Both rubrics are posted here.  In some classes you will complete these digitally, while in others you will fill out a paper copy.  Each class will digitally turn in their artist statements to the Google folder for the class.  

Art Inspirations

Archive of Past Semesters

GRADING

1. All assignments must be completed on or before the due date.
2. Each day after the due date your grade goes down one letter grade.
3. Unfinished artwork is not accepted.
4. If you are absent, it is your responsibility to make up all work. That includes coming and talking to me, asking for art supplies, and reading the instructions.
5. If you are absent, you are receiving a zero for the studio work for that day because you are not in class to work. It is your responsibility to make up studio time. You can do it after school Monday - Thursday 2:50-3:25 pm.
6. If you project requires extra time to be completed, you have to make arrangements with me prior the due date. This is your responsibility.
7. Even though Art can be subjective, grading your art projects it totally objective: each project has a rubric with specific requirements and guidelines. Just follow them.
8. Unless an assignment specifically requires copying, it will be interpreted in the same manner as plagiarism and is not acceptable.
9. You are graded every day for your studio work. If you are not working the entire class, you will receive a zero for that day.
10. You will also receive a zero if you do not clean up after yourself, clean up early, or unprepared for class.

CLASSROOM RULES

1. Food, drinks, candy, gum are not allowed in the Art rooms. You will be sent to the office for this. No "warnings". A bottle of WATER is permitted in room 206 (only).
2. Cell phones are not allowed at any time. It is your fault if you use them , even if somebody is calling you. Phones should be turned off and put away. If I see or hear a phone - I take it from you. You will get it back at the end of the day at the office.
3. Be in the room before the bell rings. Dropping your stuff and leaving does not qualify you as being on time.
4. Sit at your assigned seat unless I give you OK to move. That means you do not walk around the room during the class.
5. Talk quietly with students at your table. Do not talk during the instructional time.
6. Draw, paint, etc. on your artwork only!
7. Use materials from your tote-tray only... don't go into other people's trays.
8. You can bring your work home anytime. You are responsible for having it back next day.
9. If you must swear, please do it elsewhere... Thanks.
10. You are responsible for cleaning your work area and the tools that you used. I am not going to do it for you!
11. If you are in the Graphics lab, use the printers for the current ART assignments only!!!
12. Encourage your fellow classmates in a positive way... treat them fairly and nicely. This room should be a fun and comfortable place for everyone.

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