Presentation on theme: "IB DIPLOMA PROGRAMME VISUAL ARTS CHECK LIST. MARKBAND DESCRIPTOR CHECKLIST TO ENSURE YOU: submit evidence and can speak to the mark band descriptors in."— Presentation transcript:
MARKBAND DESCRIPTOR CHECKLIST TO ENSURE YOU: submit evidence and can speak to the mark band descriptors in your studio work demonstrate studio work has a strong connection with sketchbook investigation pages complete a thoughtful candidate statement
The understanding of the ideas and techniques that underpin artistic expression WHY meaning and purpose HOW media & methods
The production of personally relevant artworks WHY did you make the work? Why was it meaningful to you?
Show exploration of ideas reflecting cultural & historical awareness & artistic qualities WHY Did or do certain cultures make the work they made (make)? Did certain historical periods create the work they did?
The development of ideas and strategies for expression How did your strategies develop to express your ideas HOW did you develop your ideas
The sensitivity to materials & their use WHY did you choose a particular media & how did that media help you express your idea? Successful? Unsuccessful?
The work has been reviewed, modified & refined to a resolution of ideas & medium HOW Did you analyze and then refine the work to reach the highest level of quality?
Does your work show technical competence? Or does it look like you just threw it together or did it quickly, without purpose, meaning or thoughtfulness?
Does your work show confidence & inventiveness self-direction reflective judgment
Can you analyze and compare art from different cultures & times with your own?
Can you analyze and compare & discuss art from different cultures & times with your own?
Can you consider the function & significance of art from different cultures & times with your own?
Can you demonstrate investigative strategies into visual qualities visual ideas & their contexts
Can you discuss how you used a range of different approaches towards your study?
Can you show depth & breadth through the development & synthesis of ideas?
Can you Show a connection between your work and the work of others?
Do you use the specialist vocabulary of the visual arts correctly? ELEMENTS Line Shape Form Color Value Texture Space PRINCIPLES Balance Emphasis Pattern Repetition Movement Rhythm Proportion Variety & Unity
Can you show you used a wide range of sources? Do you acknowledge them properly?
Do you show an effective presentation of your work? That demonstrates critical observation, reflection & discrimination
Do you present a strong relationship between investigation & your studio?