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In your journal, describe the form and content for six images from the gallery below. Then, sketch the artwork.
Self Studies: One a Day
Studying our identity is a major and vital practice that benefits both the artist within and human growth/development…..the more you flesh out your mind map the more you will have to work with upon artmaking. If you know where your identity mind map is from Drawing 1 please bring it to class. Now, flesh out the map below and compare the two for insight.
Self Portrait Contemplation Group Assignment:
Choose five self-portraits from the galleries below. Analyze them. What was the artist trying to say about themselves? Why do you say that? One paragraph per image will suffice (4-6 sentences).
MYSTERY SUITCASE THEATRE
please answer these questions and be ready to share
What is the definition of inspiration?
What do you do when you wait for it?
Where do you look for it?
How do you use/interpret it?
What is the difference between motivation and inspiration?
What inspires you? What motivates you?
Mystery Suitcase Theatre Presentation Components
Presentation must cover the following:
Monsters in the hall.
From the list below choose 7 words to take notes on in your visual journal. Relate these 7 words specifically to Portraiture.
Please use the guide below to formulate interview questions for your models. Interview all of the individuals on your list. 5-10 interview questions expected...open ended questions.
MAPS. Answer the following questions in your journal.
What is the function of a map? (Define it, describe it, pick it apart, break it down)
How many types of maps can you think of? Make a list and describe them.
How would you map out your life/your goals?
What is your long term goal? What short term goals exist to get there? Create an outline that describes this process.
Map making procedures:
1. Outline or concept map
2. Thumbnail sketches (3)
3. Final map
Mark Bradford is an American Artist who works out of Los Angeles, CA. He interprets deeply systems that exist/occur within places to form abstract versions of aerial map like environments.