A.P. Studio Art
Grade Level: 12 Semesters: 2 Credits: 1
Recommended: Portfolio Review and a 3.0 average in Intro to Secondary Art and in two following additional courses: Art Studio I & Art Studio II.
AP Studio Art meets the needs of college-bound students in strengthening their artistic skills and understandings. In this course, students work independently and individually to create a meaningful body of work suitable for college admission. The student and teacher will mutually determine art media, processes and objectives to maximize student potential and growth. Experimental processes and risk-taking will be encouraged. Students will participate in selecting the themes, issues, big ideas, and social concerns in the art-making process. An emphasis on portfolio development, both of ongoing and best work, focuses the course. Students will document ongoing processes and artwork in addition to a digital collection representative of their best work. These portfolios are the main form of assessment by the students and instructor. AP Studio guidelines will apply.
- Art Institute of Chicago
- Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
- Museum of Modern Art, New York
- National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
- The Louvre, Paris
- Tate Modern, London, UK
- AP Studio Art Vocabulary List
- Michele Locke (Art & Design I, Art & Design III, Yearbook I & II)