Art 3 Making the Masters
Art 3 is the next step in Visual Art advancement. The description is the same as Art 2. The difference is students must have completed a full year of Art 2 or receive instructor approval.
This class can also be taken to meet the high school World History requirement (A-G).
This course is designed for students who show strong interest and talent in visual art. Students are expected to present their own personal point of view while creating unique works for portfolios and exhibitions. Students are required to maintain a working sketchbook/journal in addition to their class work. Individualized studies of special interest are encouraged. Students will be required to recognize works and artists from different periods and styles, communicate ideas about works of art through writing and speaking, submit a writing piece suitable for inclusion in their arts portfolio, study styles of art through slides and videos, and create projects that illustrate these styles in order to earn credit for this course.
As per the College Board outline the instructional goals for this class are:
This class meets the National Standards for Arts Education, *AP College Board guidelines and can be taken for a-g VPA credit. Students selecting the AP or a-g course work will be required to spend time outside of class completing assignments and projects.
To enroll in this course students must have either successfully completed Art 2 or receive instructor approval.
Day: Tue / Thur
Frequency: Twice per Week
Class Duration: Semester
Private Funds Accepted? Yes
Charter Funds Accepted? Yes
Inspire Charter School: Yes
South Sutter: Yes
Carrie believes, lives and teaches through her passion for Art.
Carrie strives to foster the courage to create art with abandon and the love of doing it. She is the founder of Masterpiece Art Academy and the co-creator and curriculum developer for the dynamic public school docent program DiscoverART! She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in the Behavioral Sciences. Carrie has been a visual arts educator since 1999.