Crystal Bridge online classes and museum


Grades

  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12

Classroom Subjects

  • Visual and Performing Arts
  • Art and Design

Keywords

  • American art
  • art and process
  • art process
  • modern art
  • online art classes
  • art curriculum
  • art units

Description

2 Differnt online classes available  Only requirement if for teacher to take a 4 week prof development class that shows how to teach the courses and introduces the content to the teacher.  

The two courses are:

Art + Process: Creating a Body of Work 

Art Appreciation and American Identity

They are set up as Semester long classes.  

Guidance

The pd class for teachers, really goes fast, and is great for introducing content and delivery.  Crystal Bridges have several ways (platforms) that you can use to deliver the content.  I am using google classroom, and they were working on making it easier to link to from google classroom, you could also use their moodle platform or Blackboard.  

This really introduces students not only to artists, but how artists work, the Art and Process class, has students working on a body of art work as their final project, including having to draft proposals, and construct and write critiques and artist statements.  


Art and Design Alignment

  • C.8.3: Know how the design of art changes its meaning
  • B.8.2: Recognize ways in which form, function, meaning, and expressive qualities of art and design change from culture to culture and artist to artist
  • I.8.4: Recognize that their own feelings affect how they look at art
  • G.12.2: Know how to find the meanings in artwork
  • C.8.2: Understand what makes quality design
  • I.12.3: Compare and contrast feelings in a work of art
  • B.12.6: Describe, analyze, interpret, and judge art images and objects from various cultures, artists, and designers
  • G.12.4: Create works of art that have complex meanings
  • B.12.5: Understand how their choices in art are shaped by their own culture and society
  • G.8.4: Create works of art that have meanings
  • G.12.3: Interpret more complex meanings in challenging works of art, including media arts
  • J.8.7: Learn to use art criticism and aesthetic knowledge in art and design
  • I.8.1: Use art to understand their own emotions
  • I.12.6: Create art that expresses deep feelings
  • B.8.5: Understand how their choices in art are shaped by their own culture and society
  • E.8.5: Use the visual arts to express ideas that can't be expressed by words alone
  • C.12.6: Experiment visually with sketches for complex solutions involving concepts and symbols
  • K.8.4: Use a variety of tools, such as words, numbers, sounds, movements, images, objects, emotions, technology, and spaces, to help understand and communicate about the visual world
  • L.12.3: Use personal traits, such as independent thinking, courage, integrity, insight, and dedication, in creating quality art and design
  • K.8.5: Know about a range of art activities, such as museum curation, historic preservation, collecting, and writing about art and design
  • L.12.5: Develop a personal style in art and design that reflects who they are
  • B.12.3: Relate works of art and designed objects to specific cultures, times, and places
  • C.8.5: Use thumbnail sketches to experiment and start developing visual ideas
  • L.8.4: Understand that nature and other designs can be sources for new ideas
  • C.12.4: Use advanced design techniques to improve and/or change artwork
  • C.8.6: Develop the craft and skills to produce quality art
  • C.12.10: Assume personal responsibility for their learning and the creative process
  • J.8.2: Understand how the choice of materials and techniques influences the expressive quality of art
  • C.12.9: Use ongoing reflective strategies to assess and better understand one's work and that of others during the creative process
  • B.12.4: Know how artists, designers, and cultures influence art
  • C.12.1: Use the elements and principles of design in sophisticated ways
  • E.8.4: Communicate complex ideas by producing visual communication forms useful in everyday life, such as, sketches, diagrams, graphs, plans, and models
  • G.8.2: Know how to find the meanings in artwork
  • C.8.8: Reflect on their work during the creative process to assess and better understand their own artwork
  • C.12.3: Use design to create artworks that have different meanings
  • C.12.2: Understand the procedures of developing quality design
  • C.12.7: Apply advanced craft and skills to consistently produce quality art
  • L.8.5: Study ways that artists develop personal style that reflects who they are
  • L.12.4: Use the knowledge of nature and works of art as sources for new ideas
  • J.8.5: Explore their own ideas about the purposes and meanings of art
  • B.8.6: Know how to describe, analyze, interpret, and judge art images and objects from various cultures, artists, and designers
  • L.8.3: Understand the role that personal traits, such as independent thinking, courage, integrity, insight, dedication and patience, play in creating quality art and design
  • E.12.3: Communicate ideas by producing popular images and objects, such as folk art, traditional arts and crafts, popular arts, mass media, and consumer products
  • I.8.6: Understand how creating or looking at art brings out feelings
  • I.8.3: Talk or write about feelings in a variety of works of art
  • B.8.4: Know ways in which art is influenced by artists, designers, and cultures
  • C.12.8: Use the natural characteristics of materials and their possibilities and limitations to create works of art
  • J.8.6: Learn the value of art as a basic part of being human
  • E.8.3: Communicate complex ideas by producing popular images and objects, such as folk art, traditional arts and crafts, popular arts, mass media, and consumer products
  • L.8.1: Use their knowledge, intuition, and experiences to develop ideas for artwork
  • E.12.1: Communicate ideas by producing sophisticated studio art forms, such as drawings, paintings, prints, sculpture, jewelry, fibers, and ceramics
  • E.12.5: Continue to use the visual arts to express ideas that can't be expressed by words alone
  • K.12.5: Know about a range of art activities, such as museum curation, historic preservation, collecting, and writing about art and design
  • G.8.3: Analyze the meanings of artworks and design
  • K.12.4: Continue to use a variety of tools, such as more sophisticated application of words, numbers, sounds, movements, images, objects, emotions, technology, and spaces, to help understand and communicate about the visual world
  • B.12.2: Show ways that form, function, meaning, and expressive qualities of art and design change from culture to culture and artist to artist
  • I.8.7: Work independently and collaboratively to produce ideas and works of art
  • L.8.2: Develop a base of knowledge and skills from which to create new ideas
  • E.8.1: Communicate complex ideas by producing studio art forms, such as drawings, paintings, prints, sculpture, jewelry, fibers, and ceramics
  • J.8.10: Develop the ability to reflect and talk about works of art
  • I.12.5: Understand and recognize that art reflects the history and culture in which it was created
  • L.8.6: Understand that art is created by people of different cultures, expresses different ideas and concepts, and changes over time
  • I.8.2: Make art that reflects different feelings
  • I.8.5: Understand that art reflects the time and place in which it was created
  • I.12.2: Make art that explores a variety of emotions
  • K.8.1: Connect their knowledge and skills in art to other areas, such as the humanities, sciences, social studies, and technology
  • K.8.2: Invent new artistic forms to communicate ideas and solutions to problems
  • L.12.6: Understand that art is created by people with different world views, expresses diverse ideas, and changes over time
  • C.8.7: Understand the natural characteristics of materials and their possibilities and limitations
  • C.8.4: Use design techniques to improve and/or change artwork
  • K.12.3: Apply what they know about the nature of life, nature, the physical world, and the human condition to their understanding and creation of art

Access Rights

Free Access with Registration

Author

  • Crystal Bridges Museum

Publisher

  • 2017 Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Date Created

2017-01-01

Time Required

70:00

End Users

  • Student
  • Teacher
  • Administrator

Educational Use

  • Curriculum/Instruction

Language

  • English

Media Type

  • Audio
  • Image
  • Interactive
  • Text
  • Video
  • Webpage

Required Technology

  • Adobe Flash Player
  • Internet
  • Tablet/Computer
  • Video Camera
  • Word Processing Program

Resource Type

  • Assessment Item
  • Course/Course Plan
  • Demonstration/Simulation
  • Formative Assessment
  • Images/Visuals
  • Interactive
  • Lab Material
  • Learning Task
  • Lesson/Lesson Plan
  • Primary Source
  • Reference Material
  • Rubric/Scoring Guide
  • Self Assessment
  • Text/Reading Material
  • Unit/Unit Plan

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