*Highlighted standards indicate standards covered in class during the limited school year.*

Visual Communication and Production
3.1 The student will identify innovative solutions used by artists to solve art-making problems.
3.2 The student will describe and use steps of the art-making process, including brainstorming, preliminary sketching, and planning, to create works of art.
3.3 The student will identify craftsmanship in works of art.
3.4 The student will use imaginative and expressive strategies to create works of art.
3.5 The student will develop ideas inspired by a variety of sources, including print, nonprint, and contemporary media, for incorporation into works of art.
3.6 The student will create works of art that communicate ideas, themes, and feelings.
3.7 The student will use the following in works of art:

1. Color—intermediate, warm, cool
2. Space—positive, negative
3. Balance—symmetry, asymmetry, radial

4. Contrast
5. Pattern—motifs
3.8 The student will use organic and geometric shapes in observational drawing.
3.9 The student will identify and use foreground, middle ground, and background in twodimensional works of art.
3.10 The student will use subtractive and additive processes in various media, including clay, to create sculptures.

Art History and Cultural Context
3.11 The student will identify how works of art and craft reflect times, places, and cultures.
3.12 The student will identify distinguishing characteristics of genres of art, including landscape, seascape, and cityscape.
3.13 The student will identify how history, culture, and the visual arts influence each other.
3.14 The student will identify common attributes of works of art created by artists within a culture.
3.15 The student will examine the relationship between form and function in the artifacts of a culture.
3.16 The student will compare and contrast art and architecture from other cultures.
3.17 The student will identify common characteristics of various art careers.

Analysis, Evaluation, and Critique
3.18 The student will analyze and interpret portrait, landscape, still life, and narrative works of art.
3.19 The student will analyze personal works of art, using elements of art and principles of design.
3.20 The student will express informed judgments about works of art.

Aesthetics
3.21 The student will describe the difference between art and non-art objects.
3.22 The student will determine reasons why art has quality and value.
3.23 The student will develop and describe personal reasons for valuing works of art.