Artist in Residency
ACHF Arts Access ACHF Arts Education ACHF Cultural Heritage
1 and 2. Students increased vocabulary and historical fact knowledge. 3. Students created four artworks that demonstrate their comfort level with and understanding of not only art, but Native American, immigrant, refugee and personal histories. 4. Students exhibited completed artworks in an exhibition in the community at city hall. 5. Students increased vocabulary and strategies for observing and describing what they see. 1 and 2. Observed students using vocabulary and facts when they talk, in addition to incorporation into artwork; Pre and post tests; Word wall. 3. Four completed artworks per student are prepared for exhibition with an artist statement. 4. Artworks seen by observers at an exhibition. 5. Observed students using vocabulary when they talk in class and at the exhibition, in addition to participation in the descriptive review process.
Students increased their vocabulary (word wall), historical knowledge, observation skills, and artwork. Students created 4 artworks that demonstrated comfort level with and understanding of art, Native American, immigrant, refugee and personal histories. At least 1 piece was prepared for exhibit and a title card. Students exhibited completed works in a 2 week exhibition at the library with title cards. Students increased vocabulary, strategies for observing and describing during descriptive reviews.
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