Welcome Back to School! Below is our art homework assignment that is due on September 28th.
Art Homework Assignment is due on Wednesday, September 28, 2016
I. Use Pencil or black pen and four pieces of white paper for your drawings.
l. Create a drawing of two objects that show motion: car, fan, person, ball, bus, airplane, water running, animal running, bird flying, etc.
2. Draw four things that open and close.
II. Art History: Use the internet or library to research your answers.
Select one Ancient Civilization in Art History. Research the Civilization and write three paragraphs about it. Include information about architecture, art and developments that shaped this civilization.
b. Draw two objects of art by the ancient civilization of your choice.
2. Pre-Columbian refers to the centuries before 1492 when Christopher Columbus arrived in the Americas with the first colonists. Some cultures in Mexico and South America were Maya, Moche, Paracas, Huari, and inca who all produced art work.
You can write or type three paragraphs. Draw the two objects from the ancient civilization you selected and add information. What is it? Was it a functional object? Example: vessel, bowl, cup. What was the object made out of? marble?
As a nation, we are close to reaching a collective understanding
that all students benefit from the opportunity to learn about and
experience the arts. Study of the arts in its many forms—whether
as a stand-alone subject or integrated into the school curriculum—
is increasingly accepted as an essential part of achieving success
in school, work and life.
May 2005 Harris Poll on the attitudes of Americans toward
arts education, commissioned by Americans for the Arts, revealed
strong public support.Among the findings:
86% agree an arts education
encourages and assists in
the improvement of a child’s
attitudes toward school.
93% agree the arts are vital
to providing a well-rounded
education for children,
a 2% increase over 2001.
83% believe that arts education
helps teach children to
with adults and peers.
79% agree incorporating the arts
into education is the first step
in adding back what’s missing
in public education today.