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by: Pascale Swift I

TheCreativeProcess ART1020

Pascale Swift I

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This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Pascale Swift I on Monday November 2, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ART1020 at California State University - East Bay taught by KirkLeclaire in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see /class/234367/art1020-california-state-university-east-bay in Art at California State University - East Bay.


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Date Created: 11/02/15
CREATIVE PROCESS Instructor Kirk Leclaire Winter 2012 Office 201 AE Building 55 Phone 8853960 TTh l200 250 Office Hours M 11001200 TTh 11001200 Email kirkleclairecsueastbayedu More people fail at becoming successful businessmen then fail at becoming artists John Gardner Preface to On Becoming a Novelist THE CREATIVE PROCESS want to make things We ll strip art making down to the bare essentials 7 working with a plethora of mediums we ll reduce the complexities of the mysterious art moho with a simple fun and challenging approach to the how s and whys we make things Students will be asked to leave their inhibitions at home and come prepared for spontaneous experimental and challenging fun Simplicity is the key We will touch on most aspects of the Art Departments curriculum Drawing painting sculpture printmaking photography and digital video will be addressed and the process broken down in individual and group projects Expectations will be expanded as to what one can or can t do with what one has at hand Be prepared to surprise yourself The following is how you will be evaluated 0 Effort The work you do is what counts Complete all projects and attend class and you are guaranteed at least a C 0 Attendance Paramount Absence affects you grade More than two absences will lower your grade a half a point 0 Tardiness Classes begin on time Late arrivals are the same as absences Likewise leaving class early also counts as an absence 0 Participation Working with the group towards a greater understanding as a whole This is what school is really about We will do several group projects everyone is expected to pull their weight 0 Improvement Student progress will be monitored with frequent critiques No one is beyond giving or receiving criticism Your grade will re ect developed awareness openness to suggestion and the communication of your point of view Lockers are available Bring a combination lock and check with the Art Department Office The Art Department is not responsible for 10st of stolen work Safety Never use tools without getting checked out by the shop technician If you don t know ASK WARNING Art studios are messy places 7 please wear appropriate clothing All CAL OSHA safety requirements must be meet Never pour anything down the drain The appropriate waste containers are available in each classroom If you are in question PLEASE ASK Please note Work left at the end of the quarter will be disposed of 20 Class fee Please note Disabilities All consideration will be afforded to those with disabilities Please see instructor if you have a special need Class Calendar Jan 10Lh Orientation Safety sign off Jan 12Lh Experimental Drawing Jan l7Lh Egg Tempera Painting Jan l9Lh Egg Tempera Painting Jan 24Lh Sculpture Problem Jan 26Lh Sculpture Problem Jan 31St Sculpture Problem Feb 2quotd Pre Production for student Video Feb 7Lh Pre Production for student Video Feb 93911 Pre Production for student Video Feb 14th Pre Production for student Video Feb 16111 Filming student Video Feb 21St Filming student Video Feb 23rd Filming student Video Feb 281h Filming student Video Mar 1st Big Japanese head Mar 6111 Big Japanese head Mar 81h Printmaking Watercolor Mar l3Lh Printmaking Watercolor Mar 15Lh Clean up and Take Home Final Finals Week Thursday 22quot h 12 00 2 00 nal presentations and Video Premier Attendance is mandatory


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