Studio Assignments: Student Examples

Projects:

Student-led Reading Presentations (Groups of 4): summarizes reading, ties to artists works, prompts for peers in small group discussion, whole group sharing, culminates in a relevant art activity

Student-led Mini-Lessons (Groups of 4): focuses on a target elementary grade audience, may be integrated with reading/literacy, math, science, social studies, or health-includes rationale, outline of steps, inclusion of facts or steps to facilitate, culminating in a relevant art activity

iMovie Transmediation (Groups of 4): Fairytale transposed into digital media, often acted or use of puppets, music video theme, movie trailer, moving drawing, or manipulated still life to tell/retell/extend/or preface the story from a unique perspective (counter narrative, continued storyline, prequel, or critical rendition)

Arts Integrated Unit Plan (Groups of 4): a series of lessons (4-6) grouped by theme or concept - culminating Final project

Palmer Museum - Arts-focused criticism, institutional orientation toward field trips, investigating postmodern "principles"

Bennett Center Visit: observation and student designed and implemented art lesson (optional)

Studio Examples Seen Below:

Ecological explorations, fan-fiction 2 & 3 dimensional works, painted and decoupaged, air-drying modeling clay, arts rationales, collage books,

art projects from a student-led Arts Integrated Unit Plan - "Bees"

 

Examples of Student Projects:


Ecological explorations completed by PSU elementary education students enrolled in Art Education 303: Art in the Elementary Classroom. Inspired by Andy Goldsworthy and connected to PA art standards.


Patterson Gallery Exhibition featuring student fan-fictions, 2-dimensional work and performance inspired works.


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