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Name:

Date:
Class:

Project Proposal
Title of Project:
1. Describe your project idea, questions, problem, or proposed
works.
I want to do something outside in nature that will not last forever,
something
like Christo & Jean Claudes artwork installed in nature.
2. What goals do you have in mind? (Keep in mind planning, ideas,
viewers, and presenting your proposal)
I like the idea of transformation so I want to transform a space into
something
else. Like when you see an ugly courtyard that everyone
surpasses.
3. What objects, materials, and techniques will you need to reach
your goals in your project?
I will borrow a bunch of dirt and rocks from the construction on
campus. I will
also used found objects in my project.
4. What are your resources? Please list five artist examples that can
relate to your proposal idea.
Andy Goldsworthy, Christo & Jean Claude, Olsen Zander, Richard
Serra, and
Andrew Rogers. I saw a Christo and Jean Claude piece of work and
it was so
cool on the river. I really like the idea that the work isnt
permanent and it
involves nature.
5. What materials do you imagine working with?

I know I want to transform a space outside. The courtyard with the


large soup
can always gets surpassed so I want to transform that space with found
materials

6. What is your time frame? Please create a timeline that includes


planning, sketching, gathering materials, creating work,
documenting, and also clean up time.

7. Do you need funding or permission from anyone?


Yes, I will talk to the school board for permission. For funding no,
because my
friends will help me with documenting and cleaning up and Im using
found objects.

8. Please create three possible blueprint sketches in your


sketchbook. From those three sketches, choose one and create 3
multiple perspective sketches (Top view, front view, side view).
9. How are you going to advertise your artwork? What do you want
your viewers to get out of this artwork? What do you want to get
out of this artwork?
I will create a flyer. I will not tell people when everything is
changing but I
Will represent that it will be a changing space.
10. What key art concepts do you have in mind?
Environmental art, transformation, line, shape, space

11. How will you document? How long will your documentation last?
My friends will help me document by taking day-to-day photos and
videos.
12. How will you clean up and how long will it take? What will you do
with your materials?

My friends who helped me document will help me clean up. I will


give back
whatever materials I can and donate/get rid of the rest.
I, the teacher, will review this proposal and determine the verdict for your art
project. Please keep in mind, many factors influence my decision include
time, funding, materials, department approval, and available workspace. The
project is not final until this document is approved and signed by all
necessary members. If the project is approved, please answer the following
questions upon completion.
Date:

Date:
Student Signature

Teacher Signature

Administrative Approval
Date:

(if applicable)

Administrator Signature
Comments:

Post Creation/ Documentation questions:


1. How will you document? How long will your documentation last?

2. What did you learn by doing this work of art?

3. What did you transform? How much did you transform?

4. What would you do differently if you did this again?

AssessmentRubric
CATEGORY

Excellent

Good

Satisfactory

Needs Improvement

Construction-Materials
(Appropriate materials
selected for an outdoor
space / utilized in a way
that enhances the space.

All materials used are


appropriate for an outdoor
space and are utilized in a
way that enhance the
space. Materials also
serve a purpose in the
outdoor space.

All materials used are


appropriate for an
outdoor space and are
utilized in a way that
enhance the space.

Most or all of the


materials used are
appropriate for an
outdoor space and are
utilized in a way that is
appropriate for the
space.

Most of the materials


used are appropriate for
an outdoor space and are
utilized in a way that is
mostly appropriate for the
space.

Construction- Care
Taken (Effort that went
into considering the best
approach to
applying/securing the
materials.)

Art Installation is
thoughtfully and neatly
constructed. All materials
are secured appropriately
and the finished artwork
enhances the outdoor
space.

Art Installation is neatly


constructed. All or most
of the materials are
secured appropriately
and the finished artwork
enhances the outdoor
space.

Art Installation is
somewhat neatly
constructed. Most of the
materials are secured
appropriately and the
finished artwork has a
positive effect in the
outdoor space.

Art Installation
construction lacks
neatness. Little of the
materials are secured
appropriately resulting in
a finished artwork that has
little positive effect in the
outdoor space.

Function (Enhances the


Outdoor Classroom
space.)

Final artwork
The final artwork
material/placement serves aesthetically enhances
a purpose within the
the outdoor space.
outdoor space. The
artwork aesthetically
enhances the outdoor
space.

The final artwork has a


positive effect on the
outdoor space.

The final artwork has little


positive effect on the
outdoor space.

Art Element
Knowledge/Application
Planning (Knowledge of
the Art Elements shown
by their application to
the art installation
design.)

Final artwork
demonstrates a high level
of understanding of,
planning, and highly
effective application of the
Elements of Art.

Final artwork
demonstrates a
moderate level of
understanding and
effective application of
the Elements of Art.

Final artwork
demonstrates some
understanding and
application of the
Elements of Art.

Final artwork
demonstrates little
understanding and
application of the
Elements of Art.

Journal/Critique
(Accurate description of
the process/intent
behind the art
installation. Objective
critique of another
group's artwork.)

Description of artwork
concept, planning, and
construction/materials is
complete and very
descriptive. Critique of
fellow classmate's artwork
is objective and very
descriptive / thoughtful.

Description of artwork
concept, planning, and
construction / materials
is almost complete and
somewhat descriptive.
Critique of fellow
classmate's artwork is
objective and somewhat
descriptive.

Description of artwork
concept, planning, and
construction / materials
is lacking details and
little description is given.
Critique of fellow
classmate's artwork is
somewhat objective and
could be more
descriptive.

Description of artwork
concept, planning, and
construction / materials is
incomplete and very little
description is given.
Critique of fellow
classmate's artwork is
lacking objectivity/has
very little descriptive
details.

Time Usage (Usage of


time given for planning,
collaboration, and
installation.

All of the time given for


sketching, collaborating,
planning, creating, and
installing the artwork was
used very efficiently by
the student.

A very large amount of


the time given for
sketching, collaborating,
planning, creating, and
installing the artwork
was used efficiently by
the student.

The majority of the time


given for sketching,
collaborating, planning,
creating, and installing
the artwork was used
efficiently by the
student.

Very little of the time given


for sketching,
collaborating, planning,
creating, and installing the
artwork was used
efficiently by the student.