Art Criticism and Critique Worksheet
This worksheet is perfect for teaching students the art criticism and critique process. This assignment guides students step by step through the steps of the process - description, analysis, interpretation, and judgment. Students are prompted by guiding questions in each step of the process.
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This is a worksheet that asks questions about a work of art that the student chooses from their textbook. It goes step by step through the 4 step art critique process on a worksheet. It asks important questions to guide students through the critique process.
Art Critique Worksheet/"Crit Cards"
This is a two page Art Critique set that helps to breakdown the sometimes overwhelming process of critiquing artwork. It includes a worksheet that students can complete to critique a piece of artwork in a broken down, more understandable way. The second page is a set of 'crit cards' students can use to help guide a more formal, descriptive art critique writing.
The Four Steps of Art Criticism Complete Lesson Plan
This lesson for high school or college teaches students the four steps of art criticism. Learning activities include:Journal WritingDiscussingGuided practice with multiple choiceWriting AssignmentQuizThe .zip file includes:Lesson PlanGood Artworks for Art Criticism List1 PowerPoint (26 slides)1 Writing Assignment Instructions, Printable Handout (editable .doc and .pdf)1 Quiz (editable .doc and .pdf)If you are a member of The Art Curator for Kids Resource Library, you can get this lesson and ...
How to Do a Visual Analysis (A Five-Step Process)
How to do a Visual Analysis- a 5 Step Process Infographic: It’s been my experience that students approaching a visual analysis assume that they have to find a visual artifact that is overtly controversial (like a racy lingerie ad or using teenagers to sell products) or else there is nothing to say about it. However, thousands and thousands of visual objects and images that surround us every day make statements that are worth evaluating.