Read, view, explore, do! Check out these websites! Choose to investigate and then choose to create a final drawing or poster, based on what you learned. You can design in Graffit Creator or Graffiti Fonts, then draw or paint using the grid method. Or report information by visiting one of these sites then make a poster using a Pages Poster Template. As you explore and learn, gather information using the WWWWWH document found in Canvas. Follow the rubric in Canvas. Anchor is due Friday, April 4.
Our Spring Art Field Trip will be visiting this downtown Salt Lake museum.. Look @ the Current exhibitions as a preview to our trip, then visit the Events link to the Gala to click on an artist from the list of Silent Auction artists. Use the WWWWWH worksheet.
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