AP 3D Ceramics

Welcome to AP 3D Design (Ceramics)! In order to register for this course you must have passed Advanced Ceramics with a C or better, or have teacher approval and completed Intermediate Ceramics with a C or better.

Deadlines: THERE IS SOMETHING “DUE” EVERY FRIDAY!

SEMESTER 1:

******Complete an “Inventory” sheet August 20, decide where to go from here.******

Project 1: Plans due by JANUARY 11

Piece should be completed (greenware) by JANUARY 25

Project 2: Plans due by FEBRUARY 1

Piece should be completed (greenware) by FEBRUARY 8

Project 3: Plans due by FEBRUARY 15 <--- early release

Piece should be completed (greenware) by FEBRUARY 22

Project 4: Plans due by MARCH 1

Piece should be completed (greenware) by MARCH 8

Project 5: Plans due by MARCH 15 <--- early release

Piece should be completed (greenware) by MARCH 22 <--- Artist Statement (LONG VERSION) due!

Project 6: Plans due by APRIL 5

Piece should be completed (greenware) by APRIL 12

Project 7: Plans due by APRIL 19

Piece should be completed (greenware) by APRIL 26

ALL New Images taken by May 7!

  • Glazing: You are responsible for determining when the best time to glaze or finish your work will be. You can always take time to experiment, but please communicate with me!
  • Images: We will be able to take images during these days, but remember, LARGE work needs to be taken in the Photo Studio.
  • Artist Statement: All concentration work needs a clear & concise artist statement. We will begin to formulate them at this time. THINK: What direction do you want to go??

All artist statements will be due before SPRING BREAK 2nd semester.


Name ________________________________ Total Score /30

Reference the examples provided in class in order to write a concise statement about your focused body of work (concentration pieces). Keep it as close to 100 words as possible (without going under), be clear about the intention behind your pieces & use art vocabulary.

Most important categories to focus on:

C. Originality, imagination & innovation of composition

D. Experimentation & risk taking.

E. Confident, evocative work- engages viewer *engages a response- visceral, emotional, intellectual

G. Appropriation & student vision

Work count (100-200) 10 9 8 7 6 5

Conciseness of statement 10 9 8 7 6 5

Word choice/ complexity of words 10 9 8 7 6 5