Create your group’s photo alphabet Design a group slide presentation Create your own inspirational art Write your own artist statement
With your group choose a theme click here for tips on using your cell phone camera Take photos related to your theme (do not use images from the internet) Crop each photo to reveal a letter (you need all 26) Save on your flash drive
Paste all letters on one page, in order Type your names onto the page Print in black and white Turn it in Davidairey.com Galleryhip.com
Describe your experience photographing, finding and cropping your alphabet Where did you look, did you try different lighting or angles, etc. Use one slide for each letter Each person should tell us about their favorites
Create all your slides first Choose contrast colors Simple, plain fonts Leave space for the viewer to breathe
Animation: good timing is important Uniform backgrounds make for a cohesive presentation Click to the next slide Use transitions selectively
Choose an inspirational word that goes with your theme Print needed letters, 5 inches in height Create your poster, align your letters evenly Add a quote related to your inspirational word (optional) Add a frame for display
On Artsonia.com Write an artist statement about your alphabet art Comment on at least two other alphabet works from our class Things to think about for your artist statement What I learned... What inspired me... What I would change or do differently... What I enjoyed...
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