Sketchbooks are graded in class every Monday. They include all bell work, classwork, notes, and handouts from the previous week. If you are absent, you do not need to make up the bell work. Everything must be neatly labeled and glued within your sketchbook before it is graded. Sketchbook must be neat, clean, and in good condition at all times, or otherwise be replaced.
MONDAYS: Sketchbook check of previous week's bell work, notes, and classwork.
FRIDAYS: Quizzes and tests, but not every week. Students are always given advanced notice of any assessment. Study guides for tests are given out 1 week prior to the test date.
Test on Friday, November 16th: Positive/Negative Space, Composition Writing, Printmaking
Sketchbook Check Monday 12.3
Notes on Curating your edition (should be at least 1/2 page)
Proof of your final print glued in sketchbook
Test and finished Test Corrections stapled into your sketchbook
Finished Crossword Puzzle (is homework if you did not finish in class)
Sketchbook Check Tuesday 11.13
11.8: List all the steps in detail for how to Proof
11.9: Draw a diagram of Paper/Block Registration. Write an explanation of the following tools: gouges, brayer, baren, baby baren, masa, ink knife, bench hook.
Rubbing of your finished block (if you completed carving.)
No Sketchbook Check Monday 11.5
Sketchbook Check Monday 10.29
Positive/Negative Homework Handout Glued In (minus evaluation form)
Bell Work: 10.25-26:Full Page Positive/Negative Drawing completed of chair (see below)
Thumbnail(s) finished with shading/color for Book Project and thorough notes
8 x 10 Final Drawing on separate paper for final composition for Book Project
Sketchbook Check Monday 10.22
Positive/Negative space notes and Examples
Reduction Linocut Illustration Project Handout with notes
Midterm Quest with Corrections
Linocut Project Brainstorming: book ideas, thumbnails (at least 2), lists of references needed
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