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Mr. Joshua Paul Bergstrom
High School Art
April 10-17 Update
*If this is your first time checking this page, please read over the March 27-April 3 and March 20-26 section before reading the update.
We have reached the point where all the classes are heading in different directions. This page will give general information but you will have to open the individual class links to the left to find the out about the assignments you will need to complete and how to submit those assignments. Please read over all the information carefully and email me any questions you have. There are no bad questions. I am more than happy to help in any way I can. Here is the briefest of overviews but please read the information in the class links and check the site every Friday for updates.
Illustration and Design- Finish your character portrait. Due April 17
Crafts- Origami Unit. Due April 17
Ceramics- Tea Set Design. Due April 24
Sculpture, Art, Painting- Coronavirus Reaction Project. Due April 24
April 3-10 Update
Spring Break! Stay safe. Have fun. Take the week off. I will be being doing the same.
March 27-April 3 Old News
By now, you should have selected your artist, and completed your research. This week will be spent putting the information together in a presentable form. In the previous section there are 4 different example formats to get you going. Remember, you are to submit your work through OneDrive. Please log into your office 365 account, open Onedrive, upload your report and share it with me. Artist Reports are due April 3, 2020. I have 12 reports already submitted.
Helpful How To's
March 20-26 Old News
All classes are to complete the Artist Report. Below is a list of selected artist. If your name does not appear on the list, you have not selected an artist or someone selected your artist before you. Email me at email@example.com with the name of an artist that is not already claimed that you would like to research and I will put you on the list. The rubric, section by section breakdown, and examples of last semester artist reports are located below. Artist reports should be completed, uploaded to OneDrive, and shared with me before April 3, 2020. All other coarse specific assignments will be provided on the course pages to the left but as of right now we plan to have school back in session after spring break so we are just focusing on the Artist Report. Additional course work such as the origami unit, the character portrait project, reaction paintings, and reaction sculpture will be added if the extend break continues. If you have any questions, please contact me through my email firstname.lastname@example.org and I will respond as quickly as possible.
Artist Report Rubric
Artist Report Rubric-This acts as a guide. There are 5 sections and various questions that fall within each category. Answer the questions in your report.
Section by Section Breakdown
Section by Section Breakdown This file breaks down exactly what each part of the rubric is saying and what you should include in your report in depth.
Artist Report Examples
Example 1- This is a PowerPoint from last semester that covers all the information need in the report.
Example 2- This is a Word document that is in a kind of outline format.
Example 3- This one is your straight forward essay format.
Example 4-This is a video.
All four of these examples covered the questions and scored well. This report is about finding, knowing, and presenting the information. The means of which you do this is up to you. Remember, you do need to submit your citations so please keep track of where you got your information as you work. It'll be much easier than trying to figure it out afterwards.
Artist Sign-up List
H. R. Giger
Frederic Auste Bartholdi