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MN State Academic Standards: Visual and Media Art


3501.0620    Kindergarten Through Grade 3 Standards


Standard: The student will understand and use artistic processes to create, perform, and interpret art works in at least two of the three arts areas required to be offered by a school from the following: dance, music, theater, and visual arts.

D. VISUAL ARTS. The student will:
1.  understand the elements of visual art, including color, line, shape, form,        texture, and space;
2.  understand the characteristics of visual art from a variety of cultures and          historical times;
3.  use the tools, basic skills, and techniques of at least three different mediums;   and
4.  create original works of art to communicate ideas.

3501.0625    Grades 4 and 5 Standards

Standard: The student will understand and use artistic processes to create, perform, and interpret art works in at least two of the three arts areas required to be offered by a school from the following: dance, music, theater, and visual arts.

D. VISUAL ARTS. The student will:
1.    understand the following components of visual arts:
    a.    elements, including color, line, shape, form, texture, and space;
    b.    principles, such as repetition, contrast, or balance; and
    c.    vocabulary;
2.    understand the cultural and historical forms or traditions of visual arts;
3.    understand how visual arts elements are similar to and different from the            elements of other arts areas, such as dance, music, or theater;
4.    use elements, principles, skills, and techniques of at least three different            mediums; and
5.    create original works of art to express specific artistic ideas.

3501.0630    Grades 6 Through 8 Standards

Artistic Interpretation

Standard: The student will understand and use artistic processes to analyze and interpret a variety of works in at least two of the three arts areas required to be offered by a school from the following: dance, music, theater, and visual arts.

VISUAL ARTS. The student will:
1.    understand how the following components of visual arts are used to convey meaning:
    a.    elements, including color, line, shape, form, texture, and space;
    b.    principles, such as repetition, contrast, or balance;
    c.    vocabulary;
    d.    styles, such as abstract or impressionist; and
    e.    structures, such as two dimensional or three dimensional;
2.    understand the connection between a visual art work, its purpose, and its            cultural and historical contexts;
3.    understand how the principles and vocabulary of visual art are similar to            and different from other arts areas, such as dance, music, or theater;
4.    communicate a personal reaction to works in visual art using the                        components of visual art; and
5.    use criteria to evaluate works of visual art.

Artistic Creativity and Performance

Standard: The student will understand and use artistic processes to create and perform in at least two of the three arts areas required to be offered by a school from the following: dance, music, theater, and visual arts.

VISUAL ARTS. The student will:
1.    understand the following components of visual art:
    a.    elements, including color, line, shape, form, texture, and space;
    b.    principles, such as repetition, contrast, or balance;
    c.    vocabulary;
    d.    styles, such as abstract or impressionist; and
    e.    structures, such as two dimensional or three dimensional;
2.    understand technical skills of visual arts, such as selecting and using tools            and techniques of the medium;
3.    understand how audience and occasion affect artistic choices in creation of        visual art;
4.    use artistic processes to create in a variety of visual art contexts;
5.    express and communicate ideas using the components of visual arts;
6.    generate ideas for artistic expression in visual arts;
7.    make and explain artistic choices in creating visual art; and
8.    use feedback to revise artistic expression in visual art.

 

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