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2017-18 School Calendar Amended 1-29-18
2016-17 School Calendar (Revised 4/13/2017)
2018-2019 School Calendar
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Student Handbook 2017-18 -Code of Conduct
30-60-90 Day Plans
2017-18 Winter Sports Schedule (revised 1/19)
Golden Lion Days (Non Traditional-Snow Day)
Mrs. Turner Summer Assignments
Mrs. Davis-Of Mice & Men Study Guide
NAHS Art Club
Creative Art I
Creative Art II
Creative Art III
Creative Art IV
Studio Art I, II, III, & IV
AP Studio Art
Arrange a few stainless steel utensils on a black background, and do a tonal study in graphite pencil.
Design a map from your front door to your bathroom.
Find at least 10 different yellows, blue, green, red, orange, purple, white, & turquoise.
Trace three different leaves; combine three different leaves to make a new design.
Draw a pet or a friend’s pet.
Make a square from magazine pictures.
Make a new landscape from magazine landscapes.
Look up starry night, and then color a night picture of your own.
Describe in words your favorite art activity in the primary.
Glue an envelope into your book and decorate. Find something interesting or unusual to put in the envelope.
Describe a dream.
Draw and color food on a plate.
Create a pop-out form between two pages.
Draw a contour line of your hand, foot, and an object.
Gesture of a figure at lunch or study hall.
Design the first five letters of the alphabet ex. A B C D E.
Redesign the Spartan.
Design a new sneaker.
Find 10 textures.
Find 5 actual textures to glue in.
Make at least 10 greens, blues, and yellows that are different material.
Design motorized roller blades.
Clues to a narrative - let your drawing suggest a story that has happened or is going to happen. A bloody knife, a broken object, historical items and photographs, clothes on a chair - objects can be loaded with meaning.
Play with contrasts - old/new, dark/light, prickly/soft using objects and fabrics. How can you make something look heavy or light?
Do some 30-second rapid sketches.
Think about an issue that you feel strongly about and illustrate it.
If you're new to drawing, try looking for a subject that is meaningful to you - a favorite object, animal or person.
Represent the wind, sadness, happiness other emotions with symbols, colors, etc
Draw bookmarks for the school library.
Junk food with wrapper
Part of a vehicle
Something not pretty
Inside of closet
3 unlikely objects together
Part of any object ( mystery draw)
A scene that depicts peace
Draw the contents of a trash can
Draw an object with a surface texture
Design a school desk
Draw your favorite snack food
Draw an object melting
Draw the word as the shape of the object. Such as the word apple in the shape of an apple, or apples spelling out the word.
Keyhole: what would you see through a key hole?
Design a personal license plate.
Cut a black and white photograph in half and draw the missing half.
Practice contour line drawing with a variety of marking pen and numerous objects.
Choose an object and enlarge it so that it goes off four sides of the page
Illustrate a poem.
Sit your favorite fruit or veggie on a plate.
Create a page of patterns
Design a book cover for your favorite book on the computer
Illustrate a dream you have had.
Close your eyes and draw slowly for 2 minutes. Open your eyes and play with the lines, adding letters, symbols, patterns, textures and color.
Draw your hand in contour line style in the upper left corner of the page. Put hand in a different position and draw it right next to the first one. Keep going until the page is full.
Draw a picture of the inside of your stomach and the food in it after a big meal.
Draw your idea of Paradise
If animals could draw, what would their artwork look like? Draw their artwork.
Why are people afraid to visit cemeteries at night? Draw it.
Draw a necktie and design an interesting pattern on it.
Draw a medal for yourself. It must be designed for the thing you do best.
Draw a city on another planet.
You are a toy designer; draw your new toy.
Draw a poster to advertise your favorite movie
Draw yourself dressed in clothing from the 1970's.
Draw your best friend.
Draw your birthday wish list.
Draw an illuminated letter for your best friend.
Draw yourself in the style of your favorite artist.
Draw your "dream car".
Draw a "fantasy" house.
Draw a bubble.
Draw a leaf.
Draw the sky.
Draw a mirror and all it reflects.
Draw your favorite animal with a human face.
Draw yourself as a robot.
Draw your favorite song.
Draw your favorite photograph.
Draw your favorite person (from life).
Develop or “visually play” with new forms or shapes (doodling)
write quotations or poem that interest you
draw a shoe from 2 different positions
draw what you think a garden would look like from the view of an insect
Draw a sandcastle
Draw what a spaceship commander would see in his video screen
Draw a view under a magnifying glass
Draw the boat you would like to travel in around the world
Draw a scientist top secret project
Draw a picture of yourself if you grew flowers instead of hair, or worms
Draw an idea that came to your mind when thinking about food
Draw an idea that came into your head through your fingers
Draw and idea that came to your head through your feet
Take one of your ideas you have already drawn and revise it
Illustrate a famous saying/quotation
Draw yourself in a mood
Draw things that make noise and illustrate the sound
Draw things that float
Draw things that have flavor
Draw things that close
Illustrate the way “things were”
Draw the world through the eyes of a frog
Draw a “how to” poster
Draw yourself with wings
Draw things that come from eggs
Draw your dream room
Create an imaginary alphabet
Design a costume for 2090
Draw a view of the jungle
Draw a lost dog
Draw the trail of an imaginary insect.
Design anew CD cover
Fill in the page with as many different kinds of lines as possible.
Fill the page with groups of lines, which move together changing direction with angles.
Beginning with one freeform line, and echoing it with variations.
Visualize sounds without drawing an object.
Fill the page with as many different kinds of lettering as possible
Draw something biting your foot, use and include reference material
Draw you biting something’s foot, use and include reference material
Draw three famous sculptures, include title and name of the artist
Create 5 geometric sculptures. They must change on all sides and be drawn in perspective
Your foot or shoe in blind contour
An object in your living room
A plant in your yard, using contour and shading