Fundamentals

of Art

WELCOME TO FUNDAMENTALS OF ART

Please make sure every day you check the website to see where we are during a particular unit if you are absent.

Please read through all Policies and Procedures and sign off before continuing through the course. You WILL follow along with me every day as we go through the course together. Remember, if you miss a day, it is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to log into the website and check what is due.

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SEMSTER 1

Your course units and due dates, Socrative Quizlet Links.

SEMSTER 2

Your course units and due dates, Socrative Quizlet Links.

THE CALENDARS

The Course

Almost every Unit allows you to choose your own project, allowing you more freedom to design what you want. Be in the "KNOW" before you start. Read More

Syllabus

Read Your Syllabus.

Know what is expected of you.

GET IT AND READ IT!

Midterm & Final

Information on your midterm and your final project are listed here. Read More

Policies & Procedures

Please read all policies, be aware of cell phone and grading policies. You will have to sign off on all policies before starting the class. Read More

My goal as an art teacher is for you to see how the world of art transfers over into everything we do in life.

It is a known fact that the skills learned in the art will transfer into any career path you choose to take in the future. The arts teach students that problems can have more than one solution and that there are many ways to interpret the world. With that in mind, my lessons will show you how to see the world in many colors, and not so black/white.

My goal as an art teacher is for you to see how the world of art transfers over into everything we do in life.

It is a known fact that the skills learned in the art will transfer into any career path you choose to take in the future. The arts teach students that problems can have more than one solution and that there are many ways to interpret the world. With that in mind, my lessons will show you how to see the world in many colors, and not so black/white.