All of the 2002-2003  Workshop Series are aligned with the following Core Content guidelines.  

RD-E-4.09-Interpret specialized vocabulary (words and terms specific to understanding the content) found in practical/workplace passages.

AH-E-4.1.34-Describe a variety of media and art processes used to produce 2D and 3D artwork.

AH-M-4.1.34-Identify and describe a variety of are media, art processes, and subject matter to communicate ideas, feelings, experiences and stories.

AH-E-4.1.42-Use a variety of media and art processes to produce 2D and 3D artwork.

AH-E-4.2.35-Recognize that artists choose to express themselves in different styles and subject matter.

AH-E-4.2.32-Purposes of Art-expressive, narrative, functional.

AH-M-4.2.32-Purposes of Art-ritual, imitate nature, expressive, narrative.

AH-E-4.1.31-Describe works of art using appropriate art terminology.

AH-M-4.1.31-Describe, analyze and/or interpret works of art using visual art terminology.

AH-H-4.1.31-Describe works of are using appropriate terminology.

AH-E-4.1.41-Create artwork using the elements of art and principles of design.

AH-M-4.1.41-Create art for a specific purpose using the elements of art and principles of design to communicate ideas.

AH-M-4.1.41-Incorporate the elements of art and principals of design to generate several solutions to a variety of visual art problems.

AH-E-4.2.31-Identify various purposes for creating works of art.

 

In addition to the above core content goals, the following goals are addressed in each workshop.

 

Sculpting and Painting the Figure:

AH-E-4.1.37-Art Process: two dimensional

AH-M-4.1.37-Art Process: two dimensional

AH-E-4.1.38-Art Process: three dimensional

AH-M-4.1.38-Art Process: three dimensional

AH-E-4.1.34-Describe a variety of media and art processes used to produce 2-D and 3-D artwork.

AH-M-4.1.34-Identify and describe a variety of art media, art processes, and subject matter to communicate ideas, feelings, experiences, and stories.

AH-H-4.1.41-Incorporate the elements of art and principles of design to generate several solutions to a variety of problems.

WR-E-1.3- Literary Writing

WR-M-1.3-Literary Writing

WR-H-1.3 Literary Writing

RD-E-1.0.8-Demonstrate knowledge of the characteristics of fiction, nonfiction, poetry,  and plays.

RD-M-1.0.16-Identify literary devices such as foreshadowing, imagery, and figurative language.

 

Jewelry Design:

AH-E-4.1.38-Art Process: three dimensional

AH-M-4.1.38-Art Process: three dimensional

AH-H-4.1.35-Art Process: three dimensional

AH-H-4.2.39-Purposes of Art: persuasive (advertising, marketing, propaganda); formalist (abstract, nonobjective, arrangement of elements and principles as subject matter.)

SS-E-2.2.1, SS-M-2.2.1, SS-H-2.2.1-All Cultures develop institutions, customs, beliefs, and holidays reflecting their unique histories, situations, and perspectives.

 

Bookmaking:

AH-E-4.1.37-Art Process: two dimensional

AH-M-4.1.37-Art Process: two dimensional

AH-H-4.1.34-Art Process: two dimensional

AH-H-4.2.39-Purposes of Art: persuasive (advertising, marketing, propaganda); formalist (abstract, nonobjective, arrangement of elements and principles as subject matter.)

WR-E-1.3- Literary Writing

WR-M-1.3-Literary Writing

WR-H-1.3 Literary Writing

 

Casting:  

AH-E-4.1.38-Art Process: three dimensional

AH-M-4.1.38-Art Process: three dimensional

AH-H-4.1.35-Art Process: three dimensional

SC-E-1.1.1-Objects have many observable properties such as size, mass, shape, color, temperature, magnetism, and the ability to react with other substances.  Some properties can be measured using tools such as metric rulers, balances, and thermometers.

SC-E-1.1.3-Materials can exists in different states--solid, liquid, and gas.  Some common materials such as water, can be changed from one state to another by heating and cooling.

SC-M-1.1.2-The chemical properties of a substance cause it to react in predictable ways with other substances to form compounds with different characteristics properties.  In chemical reactions, the total mass is conserved.  Substances are often classified into groups if they react in similar ways.

SC-M-1.1.3-Chemical elements do not break down during normal laboratory reactions such as heating, exposure to electronic currents, or reaction with acids.  Elements combine in many ways to produce compounds.

 

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For more information contact Shayne Hull,  Director of Education at (502) 589-0155 ext. 209 or shaynehull@kentuckycrafts.org

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