Create a digital Collage of the following Architecture Elements demonstrating your understanding of each one of the terms.
- Select a collage app that allows you to combine images and text
-Take at least 5 photographs of terms
-Gather other images using the internet
-Create a collage of the terms and at least 3 images of each term
-Arrange vocabulary and terms in an artistic manner using the elements and principles of design
1. Quality of photographs demonstrating the terms
2.Quality of the collage
3. Ability to demonstrate understanding of terms in artistic and thoughtful manner
Due Date: Friday, September 23, 2016
1. Select a profession to research-
Architect, Landscape Architect, Interior Designer, Interior Decorator, Industrial Designer
Answer the following essential questions about the profession:
What education/ degree is required for this profession?
What certification or licensure do you need for this career?
What does a typical day look like for this career?
What is the average salary in the Boston area for this profession?
What traits should one have for this job?
You will create a poster containing this information and at least 6 images.
The poster must contain the following;
You will use Canva or other design layout app to create a poster that meets the standards for a well designed poster including a Header, Content/ Body Text, Color Scheme, Balance, and Legibility.
Due Date: Wednesday, September 21
Challenge: Deadline Friday, September 7
Create the largest building or structure using playing cards
Due Friday, September 16
1. Get a sketchbook at Michael's, A.C. Moore or other art store.
Please get a sketchbook that is 11" x 14" with 60lb. paper or greater.
Here are links to printable coupons:
Michaels Weekly Ad
View Our Weekly Craft Deals
2. Bring in LEGOS or Building Blocks ( wood, cardboard, plastic anything that you are not using anymore and are willing to donate).
3. Parent Permission Form
4. Review Course Expectations
Introduction to Architecture
This full year course for grades 10-12 is an overview of architecture.
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