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Artist Inspired Parody in Google Classroom

Artist Inspired Parody

Grading Criteria:
1. Parody must reflect the original artwork (from chosen artist)
2. Parody must depict a specific theme/subject
3. Colors or shading used must resemble/reflect the original artwork
4. Craftsmanship (take your time!!!)

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Artist Inspired Unit:  Research in Google Classroom

Artist Inspired Unit: Research

Read the instructions and fill in the worksheet.

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Macro Project in Google Classroom

Macro Project

Grading Criteria:
1. Drawing must be done using an 8.5x8.5" paper. (see macro instructions video)
2. You must zoom in on your previous sacred animal
3. Zoom in on a specific area of the animal that would make an interesting art piece (eyes, snout, mouth, ears, tail, wings)
4. You may use any art material, as long as you shade it!

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Sacred Animal Project in Google Classroom

Sacred Animal Project

1. Must choose an animal (may be a real, extinct, mythological animal) that is considered to be โ€œsacredโ€ from a specific culture.

2. Animal needs to be the emphasis of the artwork, draw the entire body (not just the head)

3. Include the background (landscape) and the use of space (fore, middle and background)

4. Animal and background has to be colored with shading, using any art medium(s) of your choice.

5. Craftsmanship and neatness

***These student examples have a slightly different grading criteria. Just look at the layout and how students drew/shaded their animals as a point of reference. You do not need to draw the circles and use a variety of art materials like in the examples.

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Reflection Questions- Sacred Animal in Google Classroom

Reflection Questions- Sacred Animal

Please answer the questions using complete sentences and then submit.

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Traditional Food Project in Google Classroom

Traditional Food Project

Grading Criteria:
1. Choose a traditional food from a specific culture (examples: sushi-Japan, tamales-Mexico, Crepes-France, Dumplings-China, poutin-Canada, pupusas-El Salvador, pierogi-Russia, etc.)
2. The traditional food chosen must be repeated a minimum of 7 times
3. vary the sizes of the foods. Food toward the bottom of the paper (foreground) should be larger and towards the top (background) get smaller. Top view of foods will not follow this rule
4. Foods must run-off the paper a minimum of 3 times
5. Depending on the view, a horizon line will be needed (not for top view)
6. Use oil pastels to add values/shading

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Sleeve Tattoo Design in Google Classroom

Sleeve Tattoo Design

Criteria:
1. You may select an art template to draw from (look at Arm Sleeve Templates) OR draw your own
2. Your tattoo design must be from a specific culture/religion OR representing you personally
3. You have to incorporate at least 5 or more symbols that represent that culture/religion or YOU (ex: Buddha, lotus flower, Maori line symbols, koi fish, yin yang,
etc.)
4. Besides the 5 symbols, lines and shapes need to fill in the "negative space" to unify the drawing as a whole
4. You MUST shade using pencil OR add color and add shading

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Edpuzzle | The History of Tattoos  in Google Classroom

Edpuzzle | The History of Tattoos

Watch the video and answer the questions along the way. DUE @ THE END OF CLASS 10AM!

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Cultural Fashion Design Project (2 Fashion drawings) in Google Classroom

Cultural Fashion Design Project (2 Fashion drawings)

Instructions:
1. Select a specific culture (example: Hindu, Korean, Russian, Norwegian, Argentinian, Armenian, Vietnamese, Nigerian, South African, etc.) and an article of
traditional clothing (example: wedding attire, ceremonial, ritual, everyday, etc.)
2. Now, select an article of clothing that is used in our society (example: leisure wear, prom formal wear, every day school wear, athletic wear, wedding, etc.)
3. With the 2 different article of clothings; one from a specific culture and one from our society, blend the two together to make for a new fashion design.
4. Cultural Appreciation: When we seek to understand and learn about another culture in an effort to broaden their perspective and connect with others cross-
culturally.
5. You are to use elements from another culture's fashion as inspiration for your fashion design and NOT as a mockery.

Criteria for the 2 Fashion Drawings to complete by Friday @4pm:
6. Choose and draw 2 fashion croquis (figures) side by side on one sheet of paper.
7. On ONE croquis, draw the specific culture (example: Hindu, Korean, Russian, Norwegian, Argentinian, Armenian, Vietnamese, Nigerian, South African, etc.)
clothing you have chosen, color and/or shade it.
8. On the SECOND croquis, draw your blended clothing using the specific culture clothing as inspiration and the clothing from our society, color and shade it.
9. Both croquis need to be 9 heads tall

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Reflection: Cultural Fashion Design in Google Classroom

Reflection: Cultural Fashion Design

open the doc below and answer the reflection questions USING COMPLETE SENTENCES

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Illustrated Word in Google Classroom

Illustrated Word

1. Select one word from another language other than English that is positive, uplifting and fitting for the ongoing pandemic. Or a word that describes your mood.
2. The word has to be: school appropriate (for example: peace, together, strong, fight, persevere, patience, determination, etc.)
3. The word should be written in the language chosen in a stylized way (bubble, block, graffiti lettering) Check out www.1001.freefonts.com AND NEEDS TO BE CENTERED!
4. 4-5 illustrations have to accompany your word. The illustrations will be images that help describe the meaning of the word (for example: if the word chosen was "strong" then one of the drawings could be an arm flexing.
5. Drawings need to show some overlap with other drawings or with the word itself
6. Include a border, half or full inch to add a nice clean white frame
7. Add color to shade or use pencil to shade


** The student examples below, do not follow the criteria fully, but please make sure yours does!

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Reflection Questions: Illustrated Word in Google Classroom

Reflection Questions: Illustrated Word

Open the doc below and answer the reflection questions USING COMPLETE SENTENCES

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Illuminated Initial Reflection Questions in Google Classroom

Illuminated Initial Reflection Questions

Please fill out the refection questions on the doc reflecting your completed artwork

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Illuminated Initials in Google Classroom

Illuminated Initials

Project Criteria:
1. Must have 5 or more symbols/images that represent you and create balance (symmetrical/asymmetrical)
2. Must include at least 4 examples of overlap within you object/initials/pattern
3. Must include a pattern within your border
4. Must include your initial(s) and be the emphasis
5. Must include shading using color pencils to create contrast
6. DO NOT COPY THE SAMPLES