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Ms. Conner

Student Instructions

Artist's Statement -- due January 19th

Use the attached flow chart to help you write a 5 paragraph, 400-word statement about the work you made for your final project. Post your essay to this activity: 1. Click and then to upload your Word document. 2. Click to add to your portfolio. 3. Your classmates can offer comments and feedback. Here is the basic outline you should use for each paragraph: 1. Describe what you made for this assignment. 2. Describe how you designed and created it. 3. Describe your big idea or theme for this work. How did you make 2 artworks that work together visually and meaningfully? THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PARAGRAPH. Help the reader understand the work here. 4. Describe your goals for this project. 5. Reflect on this artwork and whether it was successful or not.

11th Grade, 10th Grade, 12th Grade, Art
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