SCHEDULE OF PRESENTATIONS:
Perspective Terminology – Day 1 – Ellen (demonstration) Cubes – videos Constructing ellipses in 1 & 2 point perspective – Katie Wellman Inclined Planes – Logan Hunt Line Variation & Sensitivity – Michael Moore & Logan Darnell Sighting and Scaling – Juho Jung Principles of Composition – Eliza Smith & De’Andre Brown Intentions vs Results – Malik Brooks Critique and crit questions – Malcolm Barnes
- The Golden Section – Alicia Alderman
Illusion of Space and Depth – Jada Bisset & Ali Mubarak
- Value Structures – Bri Coles & Brittany Wentz
- Figure – Jon Wyatt Stalnaker
- Portraiture – Allison Jones
Everyone in class will do 1 reading report over the course of the semester. We will usually start our class with a reading report before moving into demo and exercises. This report will consist of reading your assigned section (see schedule below), publishing an illustrated blog post, and doing a verbal presentation.
Grades for blog posts of reading reports will follow these criteria:
“Reading Report – ZZZZZ (Section Title)”
Example – “Reading Report – Sighting and the Use of a Sighting Stick”
| Body text of blog post
This will be a brief summary of the reading you were assigned
| Dimensions of images
At least 800px tall/wide when I save your image file and view it on my computer
| Image quality (sharpness, relevancy)
5 Good supplementary images (can be from the internet or scanned out of books, but nothing should be smaller than 500 X 500px)
In class you will do a brief (2-3 minutes) verbal presentation of the assigned reading. You will present 5 printed images and explain how they further explain/support the reading. You must be prepared with both the online and Word Document copies of your blog post in case the internet is not working.
- Volume = 2pts
- Speed = 2pts
- Preparedness/Evidence of Practice = 4pts
- Confidence = 2pts
Here is a link to the grade sheet I will use.