- QUIZ - Chapter 4 (open notes)
- Start Chapter 5 - Ancient Greece
- Continue Chapter 5 - Ancient Greece
- Research day - library. Use this time to make progress on your topic and to plan for on site research in Washington, D.C.
- Read Chapter 5 - Ancient Greece (this is a BIG ONE)
- DUE FRIDAY - A summary of the following: a) The historical background of Ancient Greece. Provide context re: where we are in history and how it will support the changes that we see in art; and b) The characteristics of the early styles of Greek art: Geometric, Orientalizing, and Archaic (so to page 120). Include one image from each of the periods in order to help illustrate the physical and formal properties that support the historical context.
- DUE FRIDAY - permission form and payment for the field trip to Washington D.C. *** Please note that the bus may fill up before then, so reserve your seat ASAP. Seats can only be reserved with collected payment AND permission***
- Make progress on research project - presentations will be given on Jan. 19th, 21st, and 26th
- NOV. 24 = Art Club/NAHS meeting (pottery painting and henna/assignment of NAHS service projects)
- NOV. 25 = Start of Thanksgiving holiday
- DEC. 4 = Field Trip to Washington D.C.
- DEC. 8 = Art Club/NAHS meeting (explanation of NAHS service projects/sign up for work groups)
TEST DATES (to include any info. covered until those points - NOT open notes):
- #2 - Dec. 15 (@ interim)
- #3 - TBD, as needed to prepare for Sem. 1 exam
- EXAM - Feb. 2
LUNCHTIME LECTURES. These are extra credit opportunities - Requirements: 1) Attendance at the lecture; 2) A typed report (1 - 2 pages), which incorporates both factual information about the lecture itself and reflective thoughts that express your ability to make meaning of the experience; 3) Submission of the report no later than the Friday after the lecture.
- February 9, 2016 - Emily Smith, Executive Director of 1708 Gallery
- April 12, 2016 - Tentative, art conservators from VMFA