AP Studio Art: Drawing Portfolio
This class is designed to prepare students to take the AP Studio Art
Exam. Students will be required to complete twenty-four pieces of art.
Twelve pieces will correspond to the Breadth section of their
portfolio, and twelve pieces will correspond to the Concentration
section of their portfolio. Time in class will be spent on the making
of Concentration pieces, viewing images, discussing contemporary art,
and having peer critiques. Homework will focus on assigned Breadth
assignments. Students will be encouraged to make creative,
well-crafted, and conceptually strong art, and understand how the
contemporary art world functions.
Vitamin D: New Perspectives in Painting.
Major Goals and Objectives
In AP Studio Art: Drawing Portfolio, students will:
- prepare a complete portfolio for the AP Studio Art Exam
- create a consistent series of works devoted to one central concept
- gain an advanced proficiency in one or more artistic media
- learn how personal work belongs in the context of the contemporary art world
- develop the ability to communicate conceptual ideas verbally and in writing