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Published on Feb 1, 2013

High School students can earn college credit with AP Studio Art Class. This class is offered to seniors and is for any student who shows an interest in visual communication and creativity.

Studio Art:2-D Design Porfolio:
"This portfolio is intended to address two-dimensional (2-D) design issues. Design
involves purposeful decision making about how to use the elements and principles of
art in an integrative way. The principles of design (unity/variety, balance, emphasis, contrast, rhythm, repetition, proportion/scale, fi gure/ground relationships), articulated through the visual elements (line, shape, color, value, texture, space), help guide artists in making decisions about how to organize the elements on a picture plane in order to communicate content. Effective design is possible whether one uses representational or abstract approaches to art. For this portfolio, students are asked to demonstrate mastery of 2-D design through any two-dimensional medium or process, including, but not limited to, graphic design, digital imaging, photography, collage, fabric design, weaving, illustration, painting, and printmaking. Video clips, DVDs, CDs, and threedimensional works may not be submitted."-Collegeboard

Studio Art: 3-D Design Porfolio:
This portfolio is intended to address sculptural issues. Design involves purposeful
decision making about using the elements and principles of art in an integrative way.
In the 3-D Design Portfolio, students are asked to demonstrate their understanding
of design principles as they relate to the integration of depth and space, volume and
surface. The principles of design (unity/variety, balance, emphasis, contrast, rhythm,
repetition, proportion/scale, fi gure/ground relationship) can be articulated through
the visual elements (mass, volume, color/light, form, plane, line, texture).
For this portfolio, students are asked to demonstrate mastery of 3-D design
through any three-dimensional approach, including, but not limited to, fi gurative or
nonfi gurative sculpture, architectural models, metal work, ceramics, glass work,
installation, assemblage, and 3-D fabric/fiber arts."-Collegeboard

Studio Art: Drawing Porfolio:
STUDIO ART (DRAWING PORTFOLIO), ADVANCED PLACEMENT 4048 (ART DRP AP)
"The Drawing Portfolio is designed to address a very broad interpretation of drawing
issues and media. Light and shade, line quality, rendering of form, composition,
surface manipulation, and illusion of depth are drawing issues that can be addressed
through a variety of means, which could include painting, printmaking, mixed media,
etc. Abstract and observational works may demonstrate drawing competence. The
range of marks used to make drawings, the arrangement of those marks, and the
materials used to make the marks are endless. Any work submitted in the Drawing Portfolio that incorporates digital or photographic processes must address issues such as those listed above, as well as mark-making. Using computer programs merely to manipulate photographs through filters, adjustments, or special effects is not appropriate for the Drawing Portfolio."-Collegeboard

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