Keri Schultz
  • Dr. Keri Schultz, Art Teacher
    651.744.3828
    keri.schultz@spps.org

     

    IB/DP VISUAL ART SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS

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    1st Year IB Art and Design Artists <--click

    Returning IB Art and Design Artists <--click

       Peer Assessment tool <--checklist for both

    IB/DP VISUAL Art Exam Overview <--click

     

    2022-2023 COURSES

    • DRAWING (9-12th graders) Semester One: Students explore, reflect, and develop skills through a portfolio-based approach to drawing at Beginning and Advanced Levels: "I will study and learn how to depict value, proportion and perspective through the human figure, still life, portraiture, landscape and an array of free choice subjects. I will improve my skills with graphite and colored pencil as well as the mediums of pen/ink, pastels and charcoal to communicate three dimensional forms on flat paper. I will begin to refine my personal artistic style and understanding of the Principles and processes of Visual Arts, design and artistic expression."

    • PHOTOGRAPHY (9-12th graders) Semester Two: Students apply visual language; learning design, exploring technology, and communicating ideas at Beginning and Advanced Levels: "I will use digital photography and computer software, including Autodesk Sketchbook, to study the formal components of design and visual communication. I will learn about traditional manual techniques, the history of photography, study photographic images, and use creativity to produce my own art. I will show learning by developing a personal webpage that exhibits my work."

    • IB/DP ART AND DESIGN (11th/12th graders) Year Long: Students ask questions, perform research, investigate techniques, develop, critique, and refine their own thematic art and design work;  Official IB Guide    Art LibGuide  "This is a rigorous two-year course which coincides with the International Baccalaureate examination. The exam includes a comparative study (20%), process portfolio (40%), and exhibition (40%). I will investigate past, present and emerging forms of visual arts and engage in producing, appreciating, and evaluating art.  I will develop an understanding of visual arts from a local, national, and international perspectives, build confidence in responding to personal and cultural experiences, develop skills and sensitivity, and take responsibility for the direction of my learning through the acquisition of effective working practices."

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    CONTACT TEACHER: keri.schultz@spps.org

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