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Learning Outcomes

Advertising Design

Students graduating from the advertising design program will be:

Creative

1. Demonstrates the ability to recognize, analyze and synthesize many different approaches to the organization of the form and then effectively uses them to manipulate the formal impact of the work;
2. Demonstrates understanding of the impact of context and theories of meaning, and effectively uses them to manipulate the impact of the content of the work.

Productive

3. Generates multiple alternative solutions to the assignments/problems;
4. Generates multiple solutions to the assignments/problems;
5. Maintains an informational gathering system, such as notebooks/sketchbooks, that demonstrates reflection and consideration of topics which depart from assignments/problems.

Intellectually Curious

6. Demonstrates a familiarity with knowledge and information associated with a number of disciplines outside of the visual arts;
7. Demonstrates the ability to effectively synthesize concepts learned in other disciplines to impact content and context of the work;
8. Clearly demonstrates an awareness of the ethical/potential impact of one’s work of the individual, society and environment.

Historically Insightful

9. Demonstrates a strong knowledge of symbolism, symbolic systems and ideas from a number of past and present cultures by effective incorporation into the work.

Critical Thinkers

10. Clearly identifies and communicates the main problem/question at issue, along with a number of subsidiary aspects of the problem, then addresses their relationships to each other;
11. Clearly identifies and communicates one’s own solution or position, drawing support from experiences and information not available from assigned sources;
12. Clearly identifies and considers a number of other perspectives and positions drawn from outside information;
13. Clearly identifies and assesses the validity of key assumptions within a solution/position;
14. Clearly identifies and assesses the quality of supporting data/evidence and provides additional information related to the issue;
15. Effectively examines the evidence and sources of evidence, and impressively questions its accuracy, relevance and completeness;
16. Observes cause and effect, and addresses a number of existing or potential consequences;
17. Clearly distinguishes between fact, opinion, and acknowledges value judgments;
18. Clearly identifies and considers the influence of the context on the solution/position;
19. Clearly analyzes the solution/position with a sense of scope and context;
20. Clearly considers a number of other pertinent contexts;
21. Clearly identifies and assesses a number of conclusions implications and consequences, considering context, assumptions, data and evidence;
22. Objectively reflects upon the individual’s own solution/position from several perspectives.

Technically Proficient

23. Clearly shows evidence of practice with materials and tools;
24. Expands on the uses of media, techniques, and processes with skill, confidence and sensitivity so that clearly chosen intentions are carried out in the work;
25. Clearly demonstrates effective relationships between color and other elements and principles of composition.

 

Art Education

Students graduating from the art education programs will be evaluated according to the Ohio Educator Licensure Program Standards for Multi-Age Visual Arts Education which are:

Learning Objective 1. Creative Expression & Communication

1.1    Candidates apply knowledge of a variety of materials, tools, media, techniques and processes to communicate subject matter, themes or ideas in a variety of visual forms.
1.2     Candidates create two and three dimensional original works of art that demonstrate personal visual expression and communication.
1.3     Candidates identify and explain reasons to support artistic decisions in the creation of art work.
1.4     Candidates engage in ongoing assessment to revise & improve artworks.
1.5     Candidates create portfolios that are representative of a variety of media forms and techniques.
1.6     Candidates use current available technology to refine an idea and explore possibilities when creating artworks.

Learning objective 2: Valuing the Arts/Aesthetic Reflection    

2.1     Candidates demonstrate philosophical inquiry and reflection skills when participating in oral and written discussions about the nature and value of art.
2.2     Candidates identify and present philosophical questions about art.
2.3     Candidates identify and analyze a variety of viewpoints on aesthetic issues and themes in visual art as they develop a personal point of view.
2.4     Candidates provide evidence to support their beliefs about art.
2.5     Candidates use technology to conduct research to identify and compare different philosophies of art.

Learning objective 3: Connections, Relationships & Applications

3.1    Candidates use key concepts, issues and themes to connect visual art to other academic disciplines and demonstrate that relationship.
3.2     Candidates explain connections between the arts and other academic disciplines.
3.3     Candidates use research and technology skills to communicate ideas regarding visual art.
3.4     Candidates use technology to conduct informative searches, research topics and explore disciplinary connections to visual art.

Learning objective 4: Impact of art on history, culture & society

4.1    Candidates understand how a work of art incorporates the style or characteristics of artwork from a culture other than their own.
4.2     Candidates demonstrate knowledge of historical influences on works of art.
4.3     Candidates research culturally or historically significant works of art and discuss their roles in society, history, culture or politics.
4.4    Candidates use technology to research and compare multiple sources of various art forms used for social, cultural, historical and political purposes.

Learning objective 5: Analyzing & Responding to themes, media, subject matterand formal and technical and expressive aspects in art

5.1    Candidates apply the strategies of art criticism to describe, analyze, interpret and judge selected works of art.
5.2     Candidates explain how form, subject matter and context contribute to meanings in works of art.
5.3    Candidates apply art criticism methods to their own artworks, the artworks of peers and other artists on the basis of the formal, technical and expressive aspects in the artworks.
5.4     Candidates provide supportive evidence to defend their decisions.
5.5     Candidates use technology to apply the knowledge and skills of art criticism to conduct indepth analysis of works of art.

 

Graphic Design

Students graduating from the advertising design program will be:

Creative

1. Demonstrates the ability to recognize, analyze and synthesize many different approaches to the organization of the form and then effectively uses them to manipulate the formal impact of the work;
2. Demonstrates understanding of the impact of context and theories of meaning, and effectively uses them to manipulate the impact of the content of the work.

Productive

3. Generates multiple alternative solutions to the assignments/problems;
4. Generates multiple solutions to the assignments/problems;
5. Maintains an informational gathering system, such as notebooks/sketchbooks, that demonstrates reflection and consideration of topics which depart from assignments/problems.

Intellectually Curious

6. Demonstrates a familiarity with knowledge and information associated with a number of disciplines outside of the visual arts;
7. Demonstrates the ability to effectively synthesize concepts learned in other disciplines to impact content and context of the work;
8. Clearly demonstrates an awareness of the ethical/potential impact of one’s work of the individual, society and environment.

Historically Insightful

9. Demonstrates a strong knowledge of symbolism, symbolic systems and ideas from a number of past and present cultures by effective incorporation into the work.

Critical Thinkers

10. Clearly identifies and communicates the main problem/question at issue, along with a number of subsidiary aspects of the problem, then addresses their relationships to each other;
11. Clearly identifies and communicates one’s own solution or position, drawing support from experiences and information not available from assigned sources;
12. Clearly identifies and considers a number of other perspectives and positions drawn from outside information;
13. Clearly identifies and assesses the validity of key assumptions within a solution/position;
14. Clearly identifies and assesses the quality of supporting data/evidence and provides additional information related to the issue;
15. Effectively examines the evidence and sources of evidence, and impressively questions its accuracy, relevance and completeness;
16. Observes cause and effect, and addresses a number of existing or potential consequences;
17. Clearly distinguishes between fact, opinion, and acknowledges value judgments;
18. Clearly identifies and considers the influence of the context on the solution/position;
19. Clearly analyzes the solution/position with a sense of scope and context;
20. Clearly considers a number of other pertinent contexts;
21. Clearly identifies and assesses a number of conclusions implications and consequences, considering context, assumptions, data and evidence;
22. Objectively reflects upon the individual’s own solution/position from several perspectives.

Technically Proficient

23. Clearly shows evidence of practice with materials and tools;
24. Expands on the uses of media, techniques, and processes with skill, confidence and sensitivity so that clearly chosen intentions are carried out in the work;
25. Clearly demonstrates effective relationships between color and other elements and principles of composition.

 

Studio Arts

Students graduating from the studio art program will be:

Creative

1. Demonstrates the ability to recognize, analyze and synthesize many different approaches into the organization of the form and then effectively uses them to manipulate the formal impact of the work.  
2. Demonstrates an understanding of the impact of context and manipulates the design accordingly.

Productive

3. Generates multiple solutions to assignments/problems as indicated in the thinking journal.
4. Maintains an informational gathering system, such as sketchbook/notebook/thinking journal, that demonstrates reflection and consideration of a variety of topics.

Intellectually Curious

5. Demonstrates a familiarity with knowledge and information associated with disciplines outside of the visual arts.

Historically Insightful

6. Demonstrates a working knowledge of symbolism, symbolic systems and ideas from a number of past and present cultures by effective incorporation into the work or thinking journal.

Critical Thinkers

7. Clearly identifies and communicates the main problem/question at issue, along with subsidiary aspects of the problem.
 8. Clearly identifies and communicates one’s personal solution/position and plausible reasoning for that solution/position.
 9. Clearly identifies and considers a number of other perspectives and positions drawn from outside information.
10. Observes cause and effect and the influence of the context on the solution/position presented.
11. Indication of reflection upon the individual’s solution/position from multiple perspectives.

Technically Proficient

12. Clearly demonstrates evidence of practice with materials and tools.
13. Manipulates media, techniques, and processes so that clearly chosen intentions are carried out in the work.
14. Clearly demonstrates effective relationships between elements and principles of composition.

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Advertising Design

Students graduating from the advertising design program will be:

Creative

1. Demonstrates the ability to recognize, analyze and synthesize many different approaches to the organization of the form and then effectively uses them to manipulate the formal impact of the work;
2. Demonstrates understanding of the impact of context and theories of meaning, and effectively uses them to manipulate the impact of the content of the work.

Productive

3. Generates multiple alternative solutions to the assignments/problems;
4. Generates multiple solutions to the assignments/problems;
5. Maintains an informational gathering system, such as notebooks/sketchbooks, that demonstrates reflection and consideration of topics which depart from assignments/problems.

Intellectually Curious

6. Demonstrates a familiarity with knowledge and information associated with a number of disciplines outside of the visual arts;
7. Demonstrates the ability to effectively synthesize concepts learned in other disciplines to impact content and context of the work;
8. Clearly demonstrates an awareness of the ethical/potential impact of one’s work of the individual, society and environment.

Historically Insightful

9. Demonstrates a strong knowledge of symbolism, symbolic systems and ideas from a number of past and present cultures by effective incorporation into the work.

Critical Thinkers

10. Clearly identifies and communicates the main problem/question at issue, along with a number of subsidiary aspects of the problem, then addresses their relationships to each other;
11. Clearly identifies and communicates one’s own solution or position, drawing support from experiences and information not available from assigned sources;
12. Clearly identifies and considers a number of other perspectives and positions drawn from outside information;
13. Clearly identifies and assesses the validity of key assumptions within a solution/position;
14. Clearly identifies and assesses the quality of supporting data/evidence and provides additional information related to the issue;
15. Effectively examines the evidence and sources of evidence, and impressively questions its accuracy, relevance and completeness;
16. Observes cause and effect, and addresses a number of existing or potential consequences;
17. Clearly distinguishes between fact, opinion, and acknowledges value judgments;
18. Clearly identifies and considers the influence of the context on the solution/position;
19. Clearly analyzes the solution/position with a sense of scope and context;
20. Clearly considers a number of other pertinent contexts;
21. Clearly identifies and assesses a number of conclusions implications and consequences, considering context, assumptions, data and evidence;
22. Objectively reflects upon the individual’s own solution/position from several perspectives.

Technically Proficient

23. Clearly shows evidence of practice with materials and tools;
24. Expands on the uses of media, techniques, and processes with skill, confidence and sensitivity so that clearly chosen intentions are carried out in the work;
25. Clearly demonstrates effective relationships between color and other elements and principles of composition.

 

Art Education

Students graduating from the art education programs will be evaluated according to the Ohio Educator Licensure Program Standards for Multi-Age Visual Arts Education which are:

Learning Objective 1. Creative Expression & Communication

1.1    Candidates apply knowledge of a variety of materials, tools, media, techniques and processes to communicate subject matter, themes or ideas in a variety of visual forms.
1.2     Candidates create two and three dimensional original works of art that demonstrate personal visual expression and communication.
1.3     Candidates identify and explain reasons to support artistic decisions in the creation of art work.
1.4     Candidates engage in ongoing assessment to revise & improve artworks.
1.5     Candidates create portfolios that are representative of a variety of media forms and techniques.
1.6     Candidates use current available technology to refine an idea and explore possibilities when creating artworks.

Learning objective 2: Valuing the Arts/Aesthetic Reflection    

2.1     Candidates demonstrate philosophical inquiry and reflection skills when participating in oral and written discussions about the nature and value of art.
2.2     Candidates identify and present philosophical questions about art.
2.3     Candidates identify and analyze a variety of viewpoints on aesthetic issues and themes in visual art as they develop a personal point of view.
2.4     Candidates provide evidence to support their beliefs about art.
2.5     Candidates use technology to conduct research to identify and compare different philosophies of art.

Learning objective 3: Connections, Relationships & Applications

3.1    Candidates use key concepts, issues and themes to connect visual art to other academic disciplines and demonstrate that relationship.
3.2     Candidates explain connections between the arts and other academic disciplines.
3.3     Candidates use research and technology skills to communicate ideas regarding visual art.
3.4     Candidates use technology to conduct informative searches, research topics and explore disciplinary connections to visual art.

Learning objective 4: Impact of art on history, culture & society

4.1    Candidates understand how a work of art incorporates the style or characteristics of artwork from a culture other than their own.
4.2     Candidates demonstrate knowledge of historical influences on works of art.
4.3     Candidates research culturally or historically significant works of art and discuss their roles in society, history, culture or politics.
4.4    Candidates use technology to research and compare multiple sources of various art forms used for social, cultural, historical and political purposes.

Learning objective 5: Analyzing & Responding to themes, media, subject matterand formal and technical and expressive aspects in art

5.1    Candidates apply the strategies of art criticism to describe, analyze, interpret and judge selected works of art.
5.2     Candidates explain how form, subject matter and context contribute to meanings in works of art.
5.3    Candidates apply art criticism methods to their own artworks, the artworks of peers and other artists on the basis of the formal, technical and expressive aspects in the artworks.
5.4     Candidates provide supportive evidence to defend their decisions.
5.5     Candidates use technology to apply the knowledge and skills of art criticism to conduct indepth analysis of works of art.

 

Graphic Design

Students graduating from the advertising design program will be:

Creative

1. Demonstrates the ability to recognize, analyze and synthesize many different approaches to the organization of the form and then effectively uses them to manipulate the formal impact of the work;
2. Demonstrates understanding of the impact of context and theories of meaning, and effectively uses them to manipulate the impact of the content of the work.

Productive

3. Generates multiple alternative solutions to the assignments/problems;
4. Generates multiple solutions to the assignments/problems;
5. Maintains an informational gathering system, such as notebooks/sketchbooks, that demonstrates reflection and consideration of topics which depart from assignments/problems.

Intellectually Curious

6. Demonstrates a familiarity with knowledge and information associated with a number of disciplines outside of the visual arts;
7. Demonstrates the ability to effectively synthesize concepts learned in other disciplines to impact content and context of the work;
8. Clearly demonstrates an awareness of the ethical/potential impact of one’s work of the individual, society and environment.

Historically Insightful

9. Demonstrates a strong knowledge of symbolism, symbolic systems and ideas from a number of past and present cultures by effective incorporation into the work.

Critical Thinkers

10. Clearly identifies and communicates the main problem/question at issue, along with a number of subsidiary aspects of the problem, then addresses their relationships to each other;
11. Clearly identifies and communicates one’s own solution or position, drawing support from experiences and information not available from assigned sources;
12. Clearly identifies and considers a number of other perspectives and positions drawn from outside information;
13. Clearly identifies and assesses the validity of key assumptions within a solution/position;
14. Clearly identifies and assesses the quality of supporting data/evidence and provides additional information related to the issue;
15. Effectively examines the evidence and sources of evidence, and impressively questions its accuracy, relevance and completeness;
16. Observes cause and effect, and addresses a number of existing or potential consequences;
17. Clearly distinguishes between fact, opinion, and acknowledges value judgments;
18. Clearly identifies and considers the influence of the context on the solution/position;
19. Clearly analyzes the solution/position with a sense of scope and context;
20. Clearly considers a number of other pertinent contexts;
21. Clearly identifies and assesses a number of conclusions implications and consequences, considering context, assumptions, data and evidence;
22. Objectively reflects upon the individual’s own solution/position from several perspectives.

Technically Proficient

23. Clearly shows evidence of practice with materials and tools;
24. Expands on the uses of media, techniques, and processes with skill, confidence and sensitivity so that clearly chosen intentions are carried out in the work;
25. Clearly demonstrates effective relationships between color and other elements and principles of composition.

 

Studio Arts

Students graduating from the studio art program will be:

Creative

1. Demonstrates the ability to recognize, analyze and synthesize many different approaches into the organization of the form and then effectively uses them to manipulate the formal impact of the work.  
2. Demonstrates an understanding of the impact of context and manipulates the design accordingly.

Productive

3. Generates multiple solutions to assignments/problems as indicated in the thinking journal.
4. Maintains an informational gathering system, such as sketchbook/notebook/thinking journal, that demonstrates reflection and consideration of a variety of topics.

Intellectually Curious

5. Demonstrates a familiarity with knowledge and information associated with disciplines outside of the visual arts.

Historically Insightful

6. Demonstrates a working knowledge of symbolism, symbolic systems and ideas from a number of past and present cultures by effective incorporation into the work or thinking journal.

Critical Thinkers

7. Clearly identifies and communicates the main problem/question at issue, along with subsidiary aspects of the problem.
 8. Clearly identifies and communicates one’s personal solution/position and plausible reasoning for that solution/position.
 9. Clearly identifies and considers a number of other perspectives and positions drawn from outside information.
10. Observes cause and effect and the influence of the context on the solution/position presented.
11. Indication of reflection upon the individual’s solution/position from multiple perspectives.

Technically Proficient

12. Clearly demonstrates evidence of practice with materials and tools.
13. Manipulates media, techniques, and processes so that clearly chosen intentions are carried out in the work.
14. Clearly demonstrates effective relationships between elements and principles of composition.

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Advertising Design

Students graduating from the advertising design program will be:

Creative

1. Demonstrates the ability to recognize, analyze and synthesize many different approaches to the organization of the form and then effectively uses them to manipulate the formal impact of the work;
2. Demonstrates understanding of the impact of context and theories of meaning, and effectively uses them to manipulate the impact of the content of the work.

Productive

3. Generates multiple alternative solutions to the assignments/problems;
4. Generates multiple solutions to the assignments/problems;
5. Maintains an informational gathering system, such as notebooks/sketchbooks, that demonstrates reflection and consideration of topics which depart from assignments/problems.

Intellectually Curious

6. Demonstrates a familiarity with knowledge and information associated with a number of disciplines outside of the visual arts;
7. Demonstrates the ability to effectively synthesize concepts learned in other disciplines to impact content and context of the work;
8. Clearly demonstrates an awareness of the ethical/potential impact of one’s work of the individual, society and environment.

Historically Insightful

9. Demonstrates a strong knowledge of symbolism, symbolic systems and ideas from a number of past and present cultures by effective incorporation into the work.

Critical Thinkers

10. Clearly identifies and communicates the main problem/question at issue, along with a number of subsidiary aspects of the problem, then addresses their relationships to each other;
11. Clearly identifies and communicates one’s own solution or position, drawing support from experiences and information not available from assigned sources;
12. Clearly identifies and considers a number of other perspectives and positions drawn from outside information;
13. Clearly identifies and assesses the validity of key assumptions within a solution/position;
14. Clearly identifies and assesses the quality of supporting data/evidence and provides additional information related to the issue;
15. Effectively examines the evidence and sources of evidence, and impressively questions its accuracy, relevance and completeness;
16. Observes cause and effect, and addresses a number of existing or potential consequences;
17. Clearly distinguishes between fact, opinion, and acknowledges value judgments;
18. Clearly identifies and considers the influence of the context on the solution/position;
19. Clearly analyzes the solution/position with a sense of scope and context;
20. Clearly considers a number of other pertinent contexts;
21. Clearly identifies and assesses a number of conclusions implications and consequences, considering context, assumptions, data and evidence;
22. Objectively reflects upon the individual’s own solution/position from several perspectives.

Technically Proficient

23. Clearly shows evidence of practice with materials and tools;
24. Expands on the uses of media, techniques, and processes with skill, confidence and sensitivity so that clearly chosen intentions are carried out in the work;
25. Clearly demonstrates effective relationships between color and other elements and principles of composition.

 

Art Education

Students graduating from the art education programs will be evaluated according to the Ohio Educator Licensure Program Standards for Multi-Age Visual Arts Education which are:

Learning Objective 1. Creative Expression & Communication

1.1    Candidates apply knowledge of a variety of materials, tools, media, techniques and processes to communicate subject matter, themes or ideas in a variety of visual forms.
1.2     Candidates create two and three dimensional original works of art that demonstrate personal visual expression and communication.
1.3     Candidates identify and explain reasons to support artistic decisions in the creation of art work.
1.4     Candidates engage in ongoing assessment to revise & improve artworks.
1.5     Candidates create portfolios that are representative of a variety of media forms and techniques.
1.6     Candidates use current available technology to refine an idea and explore possibilities when creating artworks.

Learning objective 2: Valuing the Arts/Aesthetic Reflection    

2.1     Candidates demonstrate philosophical inquiry and reflection skills when participating in oral and written discussions about the nature and value of art.
2.2     Candidates identify and present philosophical questions about art.
2.3     Candidates identify and analyze a variety of viewpoints on aesthetic issues and themes in visual art as they develop a personal point of view.
2.4     Candidates provide evidence to support their beliefs about art.
2.5     Candidates use technology to conduct research to identify and compare different philosophies of art.

Learning objective 3: Connections, Relationships & Applications

3.1    Candidates use key concepts, issues and themes to connect visual art to other academic disciplines and demonstrate that relationship.
3.2     Candidates explain connections between the arts and other academic disciplines.
3.3     Candidates use research and technology skills to communicate ideas regarding visual art.
3.4     Candidates use technology to conduct informative searches, research topics and explore disciplinary connections to visual art.

Learning objective 4: Impact of art on history, culture & society

4.1    Candidates understand how a work of art incorporates the style or characteristics of artwork from a culture other than their own.
4.2     Candidates demonstrate knowledge of historical influences on works of art.
4.3     Candidates research culturally or historically significant works of art and discuss their roles in society, history, culture or politics.
4.4    Candidates use technology to research and compare multiple sources of various art forms used for social, cultural, historical and political purposes.

Learning objective 5: Analyzing & Responding to themes, media, subject matterand formal and technical and expressive aspects in art

5.1    Candidates apply the strategies of art criticism to describe, analyze, interpret and judge selected works of art.
5.2     Candidates explain how form, subject matter and context contribute to meanings in works of art.
5.3    Candidates apply art criticism methods to their own artworks, the artworks of peers and other artists on the basis of the formal, technical and expressive aspects in the artworks.
5.4     Candidates provide supportive evidence to defend their decisions.
5.5     Candidates use technology to apply the knowledge and skills of art criticism to conduct indepth analysis of works of art.

 

Graphic Design

Students graduating from the advertising design program will be:

Creative

1. Demonstrates the ability to recognize, analyze and synthesize many different approaches to the organization of the form and then effectively uses them to manipulate the formal impact of the work;
2. Demonstrates understanding of the impact of context and theories of meaning, and effectively uses them to manipulate the impact of the content of the work.

Productive

3. Generates multiple alternative solutions to the assignments/problems;
4. Generates multiple solutions to the assignments/problems;
5. Maintains an informational gathering system, such as notebooks/sketchbooks, that demonstrates reflection and consideration of topics which depart from assignments/problems.

Intellectually Curious

6. Demonstrates a familiarity with knowledge and information associated with a number of disciplines outside of the visual arts;
7. Demonstrates the ability to effectively synthesize concepts learned in other disciplines to impact content and context of the work;
8. Clearly demonstrates an awareness of the ethical/potential impact of one’s work of the individual, society and environment.

Historically Insightful

9. Demonstrates a strong knowledge of symbolism, symbolic systems and ideas from a number of past and present cultures by effective incorporation into the work.

Critical Thinkers

10. Clearly identifies and communicates the main problem/question at issue, along with a number of subsidiary aspects of the problem, then addresses their relationships to each other;
11. Clearly identifies and communicates one’s own solution or position, drawing support from experiences and information not available from assigned sources;
12. Clearly identifies and considers a number of other perspectives and positions drawn from outside information;
13. Clearly identifies and assesses the validity of key assumptions within a solution/position;
14. Clearly identifies and assesses the quality of supporting data/evidence and provides additional information related to the issue;
15. Effectively examines the evidence and sources of evidence, and impressively questions its accuracy, relevance and completeness;
16. Observes cause and effect, and addresses a number of existing or potential consequences;
17. Clearly distinguishes between fact, opinion, and acknowledges value judgments;
18. Clearly identifies and considers the influence of the context on the solution/position;
19. Clearly analyzes the solution/position with a sense of scope and context;
20. Clearly considers a number of other pertinent contexts;
21. Clearly identifies and assesses a number of conclusions implications and consequences, considering context, assumptions, data and evidence;
22. Objectively reflects upon the individual’s own solution/position from several perspectives.

Technically Proficient

23. Clearly shows evidence of practice with materials and tools;
24. Expands on the uses of media, techniques, and processes with skill, confidence and sensitivity so that clearly chosen intentions are carried out in the work;
25. Clearly demonstrates effective relationships between color and other elements and principles of composition.

 

Studio Arts

Students graduating from the studio art program will be:

Creative

1. Demonstrates the ability to recognize, analyze and synthesize many different approaches into the organization of the form and then effectively uses them to manipulate the formal impact of the work.  
2. Demonstrates an understanding of the impact of context and manipulates the design accordingly.

Productive

3. Generates multiple solutions to assignments/problems as indicated in the thinking journal.
4. Maintains an informational gathering system, such as sketchbook/notebook/thinking journal, that demonstrates reflection and consideration of a variety of topics.

Intellectually Curious

5. Demonstrates a familiarity with knowledge and information associated with disciplines outside of the visual arts.

Historically Insightful

6. Demonstrates a working knowledge of symbolism, symbolic systems and ideas from a number of past and present cultures by effective incorporation into the work or thinking journal.

Critical Thinkers

7. Clearly identifies and communicates the main problem/question at issue, along with subsidiary aspects of the problem.
 8. Clearly identifies and communicates one’s personal solution/position and plausible reasoning for that solution/position.
 9. Clearly identifies and considers a number of other perspectives and positions drawn from outside information.
10. Observes cause and effect and the influence of the context on the solution/position presented.
11. Indication of reflection upon the individual’s solution/position from multiple perspectives.

Technically Proficient

12. Clearly demonstrates evidence of practice with materials and tools.
13. Manipulates media, techniques, and processes so that clearly chosen intentions are carried out in the work.
14. Clearly demonstrates effective relationships between elements and principles of composition.

Department of Art & Design

Ann Hood

419-772-2160
b-hood@onu.edu
Wilson Art Building
525 South Main Street
Ada, Ohio 45810
Monday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Thursday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed