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AP Drawing

AP* Art and Design Class Course.

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    About the Course
    Develop your skills in drawing as you explore different media and approaches. You’ll create artwork that reflects your own ideas and skills and what you’ve learned.

    Skills You’ll Learn

    • Investigating the materials, processes, and ideas that artists and designers use
    • Interpreting works of art and design
    • Practicing, experimenting, and revising as you create your own work
    • Communicating your ideas about works of art and design

    The Drawing portfolio is designated for work that focuses on the use of mark-making, line, surface, space, light and shade, and composition. Students should consider marks that can be used to make drawings, the arrangement of marks, the materials and processes used to make marks, and relationships of marks and ideas.

     

    Students can work with any materials, processes, and ideas. Drawing (analog and digital), painting, printmaking, and mixed media work are among the possibilities for submission. Still images from videos or film are accepted. Composite images may be submitted.

     

    AP Drawing Exam Requirements and Prompts

     

    For the Selected Works section of the AP Drawing Portfolio Exam, five actual works will be sent to College Board for scoring.  These works do not necessarily have to be from the Sustained investigation section.  Students must submit five works that best demonstrate:

    • Drawing skills
    • Synthesis of materials, processes, and ideas.

     

    For each work, students must state the following in writing:

    • Idea(s) visually evident (100 characters maximum, including spaces)
    • Materials used (100 characters maximum, including spaces)
    • Processes used (100 characters maximum, including spaces).

     

    For the Sustained Investigation section of the AP Drawing Portfolio Exam, students must submit 15 digital images that demonstrate:

     

    • Sustained investigation through practice, experimentation, and revision
    • Sustained investigation of materials, processes, and ideas
    • Synthesis of materials, processes, and ideas
    • Drawing skills.

     

    Students must state the following in writing:

     

    • Identify the questions that guided your sustained investigation
    • Describe how your sustained investigation shows evidence of practice, experimentation, and revision guided by your questions (1200 characters maximum, including spaces, for response to both prompts).

     

    Identify the following for each image:

    • Materials used
    • Processes used (100 characters maximum, including spaces)
    • Size (height × width × depth, in inches).
    • For images that document process or show detail, students should enter “N/A” for size.
    • For digital and virtual work, students should enter the size of the intended visual display.

     

    Additional Information About the Sustained Investigation Section

    • Throughout their sustained investigation, students need to document their work using sketchbooks, etc. From their documentation of thinking and making, students select images and writing to include in their portfolio that most effectively demonstrate sustained investigation.
    • Process documentation images included in the portfolio should show evidence of practice, experimentation, and revision using materials, processes, and ideas and/ or of skillful synthesis of materials, processes, and ideas, providing insight on students’ inquiry, thinking, and making.
    • Detail images should be submitted only when it is important to see a close-up view of a work
    • For the Investigation section carefully consider the sequence of their images. There is no required order; images should be presented to best demonstrate sustained investigation through practice, experimentation, and revision using materials, processes, and ideas.
    • Students should also consider the relationship of their images with the written information they submit.

     

    Samples of student work for the AP Drawing portfolio can be found on AP Central at apcentral.collegeboard .org/courses/ap-drawing

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    • $ 675.00 / month for 4 months
    • 360 Days

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