StateOfTheArtwork

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StateOfTheArtwork
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Students should have the ability to make creative choices. Here you will find creative prompts and activities that allow students to make meaning through their artwork. Follow these projects in action on instagram @stateofthe_art_!
 
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Yayoi Kusama, one of the most popular contemporary artists, has a recognizable style characterized by polka dots everywhere--on every surface, including her outfits. This pdf includes a digital illustration of Kusama, perfect for a bulletin board or
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This lesson plan is a step-by-step tutorial of how to create a symmetrical low-polygon animal. It is a great formative assessment for students to learn Adobe Illustrator and pathing techniques. This specific example uses a butterfly image, but the
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This download is a short PowerPoint presentation outlining how to make a snapchat geofilter. This project can work in Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, or a related graphics program. Great for use as an early finisher activity or for weeks leading
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This presentation is an introduction to digital painting in order to teach students how to digitally shade with color. This process works with a Wacom tablet and pen linked to Adobe Photoshop, or similar materials. Presentation includes example
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This presentation outlines a digital painting assignment in which students depict a story, song, or related narrative of their choice. Materials used in the presentation include Adobe Photoshop and Wacom Tablets, but this lesson can be adapted to a
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This descriptive presentation explains what a Layer Mask is and how to apply one in Adobe Photoshop. It is written at a beginner level, and is simplified for students new to digital art-making processes.
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This lesson includes a step-by-step demo of how to create custom greeting cards in the adobe programs using custom brush downloads. Students love this project, and it is an excellent lesson to use just before a holiday!
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A quick step-by-step to use Image Trace, a function that converts raster images to pathed vectors in Adobe Illustrator.
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This activity presents the color groups in terms of a family tree--how does each group mix to create a new "generation" of colors? Students are out of their seats and engaging in this activity with their classmates as they learn about one of the
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This slideshow provides the basis for a lesson in digital collage, as well as adaptations for using this project in a traditional art-making space. Students are asked to select a theme that resonates with them on an in-depth level, and they visually
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This presentation gives an overview of elements of typography, including defining examples of font, baseline shift, serif, and many more. Images used in this presentation were found on Canva. At the conclusion of the typography overview, a
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This resource summarizes a vector self portrait project, meant to be completed in Adobe Illustrator. It provides student examples and professionally made illustrations, and is useful to explain preserving value in vector work.
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This resource is a step-by-step tutorial of how to create a basic animation in the Photoshop Timeline. After a demo directly instructing the process, this tutorial is easy for students to follow on their own, allowing a "flipped classroom" to take
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This formative exercise can be paired with The Secret Life of Stuff project. As a planning stage, students storyboard their ideas to create a cohesive animation before beginning work digitally.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

While student teaching, I had the opportunity to teach grades K-12 in a public, urban school district. My first full-time teaching position is at a high school in the Washington, D.C. area. I currently teach Foundations of Art and Digital Art classes, each of which includes students in grades 9-12.

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My teaching style emphasizes the importance of students having a choice in the content and style of their work. I believe in providing broad guidelines to allow students to create personal meaning through their projects.

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