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    Sustained Investigation Think Sheet DUE: Oct. 3

     

    Link to Collegeboard AP Art & Design Page (Note: AP Studio Art is now called AP Art & Design in COllegeboard, although the CB course is still called AP Studio Art)

     

    ***New Updated AP Studio Art Summary Page for 2019-20

    AP Studio Art Summary Page

     

     

    AP Studio Art Syllabus

     

     AP Studio Art Calendar

    Concentration Topics

    AP Studio Art Photo list

    The Prerequisite for AP Studio Art is Art Two​

     

    AP Studio Art -The Drawing portfolio focuses on Line quality, light and shade, rendering of form, composition, surface manipulation, the illusion of depth, and mark-making.​​ You would choose the Drawing Portfolio if you: are told that you're good at drawing; are always sketching; like drawing from observation; enjoy shading and working with value; want to get better at drawing what you see;  like realistic artwork more than abstract; are confident in your drawing skills; feel confident that you can draw what you see.

    • Demonstrate a breadth of high-quality work: 12 pieces
    • Develop a personal concentration showing a consistent theme or idea with discovery: 10-12 pieces​
    • Select five outstanding artworks for the quality section of the portfolio​
    • Show evidence of project planning from start to finish for each artwork​
    • Utilize sophisticated artistic vocabulary in critiques and written reflections (artist statements)​
    • Participate in art shows and competitions, such as community art shows and events, Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, PSEA etc.

    AP Studio Art- The 2-D portfolio focuses on the elements and principles of art in an integrative way.​ You would also chose this portfolio if your interst are on photography and graphic design. You would choose the 2-D Portfolio is you: want to explore photography in the class; like looking at and creating abstract art; are interested in fashion design; enjoy working with mixed media; like to play with pattern; are always doodeling; like bringing collage elements into your work; are not confident in my drawing skills.

    • Demonstrate a breadth of high-quality work: 12 pieces
    • Develop a personal concentration showing a consistent theme or idea with discovery: 10-12 pieces​
    • Select five outstanding artworks for the quality section of the portfolio​
    • Show evidence of project planning from start to finish for each artwork​
    • Utilize sophisticated artistic vocabulary in critiques and written reflections (artist statements)​
    • Participate in art shows and competitions, such as community art shows and events, Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, PSEA etc.​

    Both portfolios will require summer assignments