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Performance Outcomes

Arts Performance Outcomes


Investigate The World Through Artistic Expression:  Students investigate the world beyond their immediate environment through the creation of personal and collaborative artistic expressions (e.g. dance, music, theater, visual arts).
  • Utilize artistic expression to generate and explain the personal significance of locally, regionally, or globally focused issues or driving questions
  • Identify, collect, and analyze evidence required to respond to significant questions using varied art forms, artifacts, media, and modes of expression.
  • Weigh, integrate, and synthesize evidence collected to create artistic expressions and discern effectiveness through critical response to the expressions.
  • Engage in critical artistic discourse based on evidence that considers multiple perspectives and draws defensible conclusions.
Recognize Perspectives: Students recognize their own and others’ perspectives through active engagement in the arts through dialogue that includes theorizing, critical analysis, and writing.
  • Recognize and articulate one’s own and others’ perspectives on events, issues, phenomena and/or situations by creating personal artistic expressions and identifying the influences on that creative process.
  • Articulate and explain perspectives of artists, other people, groups, or schools of thought/style that are discerned in their artistic expressions and identify the influences on those perspectives.
  • Explain how the interaction of ideas across cultures influences the development of artistic ideas, concepts, knowledge and aesthetics.
  • Articulate how the consequences of differential access to knowledge, artistic experience, technology, and resources affect the quality of artistic output and influences artistic production.
Communicate Ideas:  Students communicate their ideas and feelings effectively through the making artworks with and for diverse audiences.
  • Recognize that diverse audiences may perceive different meanings and reactions when engaging with artistic expressions.
  • Use appropriate artistic language, terminology, and media to effectively communicate verbally and non-verbally with diverse audiences.
  • Explain how effective artistic communication impacts understanding, aesthetic experience, taste, and collaboration in an interdependent world.
  • Select and effectively use appropriate media and technology to communicate an artistic point of view with diverse audiences.
Take Action: Students translate their ideas and findings into artistic expressions intended to increase awareness and improve conditions.
  • Advocate for and contribute to improvement locally regional, or globally through artistic expressions.
  • Identify opportunities for personal and collaborative artistic expressions to address events, issues, phenomena and/or situations in ways that can impact local, regional, or global communities.
  • Take appropriate artistic action based on evidence and the potential for impact, taking into account varied perspectives, aesthetics, technique, and potential consequences for others.
  • Act creatively to contribute to improvement locally and culturally, regionally or globally both personally and collaboratively.
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