•      Art 3 Syllabus    Ms. Dadiego

    Art 3 assignments and criteria are based on LCPS Art 3 Syllabus and Curriculum, VA State SOLs and National Art Standards. Art 3 standards links are on Ms. Dadiego’s web page.

    The Loudoun County Public Schools’ High School Art Education Program infuses art production, art history, art criticism, and aesthetic critiques. Art III is designed to provide students with the opportunity to initiate ideas, develop plans, and broaden the range of experiences within each media. The students will write about and discuss increasingly sophisticated opinions and judgments about the work of their own, peers, and historical/professional examples based on experience and discussion in the class setting. The students will add to a continuing portfolio for the purpose of generating ideas, recording visual incidence, analyzing historical/professional examples, and exploring imaginative/symbolic ideas.

    Four main areas of concentration include:

    STUDIO PRODUCTION

    Drawing

    Painting

    Sculpting

    Printmaking

    Assembling

    Imaging

    ART CRITICISM

    Describing

    Analyzing

    Interpreting

    Judging

     

    ART HISTORY

    Recognizing (Art Periods, Art Styles, Artists, Works of Art)

     

    AESTHETICS

    Questioning

    Articulating

     

     

     

    CREDIT INFO: A fine or practical arts course is any state-approved course, grades 9-12, in art, music, drama, or vocational education. One credit is needed to graduate.

    Each student will receive a copy of the following:

    • Classroom syllabus and grading policy

    • Classroom responsibilities and expectations for Riverside Art Studio

    • Classroom technology use in the Riverside Art Computer lab/classroom

    Please take time to read these documents so you and your student will be aware of what the expectations are in art class.