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Monoprinting on Clay
Printmaking is a very popular form of art making which many people overlook when working with clay. Many of the processes and techniques which are used in traditional printmaking can be translated into ceramics. Students will learn how to create monoprints on clay using simple drawings on newsprint and transferring the images onto clay to create a unique surface design. Many students are... View more
Flexible. Contact Clayworks to schedule.
Flexible – During school / Before and after school programs
Tables and chairs and access to water
Onsite at your school
Residencies: 3 day residency is $800
Students will learn mathematical concepts of precision when creating a sculptural piece, 21st century skills of reasoning and problem-solving when creating their piece, 21st century content specific skills of global awareness while learning about the creative process; The student will also practice common core expository writing skills (such as W2) when journaling about their experience, and critiquing their work. Students will strengthen their speaking and listening skills such as SL1, SL2 and SL3.
From the Arts Education, Visual Arts Standards:
V.2: Apply creative and critical thinking skills to artistic expression. (B.V.2.1: Understand the role of planning in solving artistic problems, B.V.2.2: Understand the relationships between sensory awareness and artistic expression, B.V.2.3: Create personal, symbolic expression as a means of communication (original, visual language), I.V.2.1: Generate innovative solutions to artistic problems, I.V.2.2: Use experiences and observations to create content for art, I.V.2.3: Understand the role of emotion, imagination, and creativity in producing content for original art, P.V.2.1: Implement planning to arrive at original solutions to artistic problems, P.V.2.2: Recognize how personal experience influences the perception of the environment, P.V.2.3: Understand the relationship of creative expression to the development of personal style, A.V.2.1: Create original art in response to artistic problems, A.V.2.2: Create art using experiences and observation to represent individual perspectives, and A.V.2.3: Generate art based on a creative exploration of a concept.)
V.3: Create art using a variety of tools, media, and processes, safely and appropriately. (B.V.3.1: Understand the appropriate and safe use of tools, media, and equipment, I.V.3.1: Understand the function of tools in creating art, I.V.3.3: Analyze the relationship between process and product, P.V.3.2: Analyze the relationship between media, processes, and results, P.V.3.3: Select appropriate processes and techniques to create art, A.V.3.1: Produce art by using a variety of tools and media appropriately, safely, and effectively and A.V.3.2: Produce art by using a variety of processes appropriately, safely, and effectively)
B.CX.1: Understand the global, historical, societal, and cultural contexts of ceramics. 1.1 Use ceramics to explore concepts in world history and relate them to significant events, movements, ideas from a global context. 1.2 Explain how art influences historical perspectives on society.
CX.2: Understand the interdisciplinary connections and life applications of the visual arts. (B.CX.2.1: Analyze the contribution of art to the design of consumable goods, products, and services, both historical and contemporary, B.CX.2.3: Analyze the collaborative process in the creation of art, I.CX.2.3: Apply collaborative skills to create art, and P.CX.2.3: Understand the value of collaboration with peers to arrive at effective solutions to artistic problems specifically.)
Teresa Strohl –Visual Arts Teacher, Barrianger Academic Center
Elisa Wadsworth, M.A. –Visual Arts Instructor, Mallard Creek High School
Jonathan Colburn –North Mecklenburh High School Ceramics Instructor and Fine Arts Dept. Chair.
$100 cancellation fee within two weeks of the program (paid for by the school…ASC will not cover this cost)
With written agreement from Clayworks program coordinator (Susan Hughes) and ASC program coordinator (Erin Elliot) program dates and times can be rescheduled after the initial contract is submitted.
Any changes outside of the contract that are not approved by Ms. Hughes and Ms. Elliot (including spontaneous changes of times and length of program) will result in a $50 fee. (paid by the school/teacher…ASC will not cover this cost.) Even if the program still happens.