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Visual Arts High School: Presenting

Visual Arts High School Proficient

MCA Task Description: Social, Cultural, or Political Issues in Contemporary Art

Students examine and respond to a body of contemporary artworks and compare the themes of the artwork to social, cultural, or political issues in their own lives and in their local and global communities. Students choose a contemporary art making approach, plan an artwork that investigates meaning relevant to a current theme or idea, and document the art making process. After in-progress critique based on relevant criteria, students revise and complete their art work and provide an artist statement. Students curate and present an exhibition to the public. Click here to access the MCA and scoring tool.


Artistic Processes: Creating, Presenting, Responding, Connecting
Anchor Standards:
Anchor #1. Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work.
Anchor #2. Organize and develop artistic ideas and work.
Anchor #3. Refine and complete artistic ideas and work.
Anchor #5. Develop and refine artistic technique and work for presentation.
Anchor #6. Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work.
Anchor #7. Perceive and analyze artistic work.
Anchor #9. Apply criteria to evaluate artistic work.
Anchor #10. Synthesize and relate knowledge and personal experiences to make art.



Student VA-CD-I-01
Student VA-CD-I-01 scored at standard during the benchmarking.

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VA-CD-I-01-PR-AS2 (PDF)



Student VA-CD-I-02
Student VA-CD-I-02 scored at standard during the benchmarking.

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VA-CD-I-02-PR-JP2 (JPG)



Student VA-MHV-I-05
No Student work samples for Presenting wer submitted for this student.



Student VA-MHV-1-05
Student VA-MHV-1-05 scored at standard during the benchmarking.

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Student VA-TB-I-03
Student VA-TB-I-03 scored at standard during the benchmarking.

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VA-TB-I-03-PR-JE(JPG)

VA-TB-I-03-PR-JP(A)(PDF)



Student VA-TB-I-06
Student VA-TB-I-06 scored at standard during the benchmarking.

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VA-TB-I-06-PR-JE(JPG)






Visual Arts High School Accomplished

MCA Task Description: Social, Cultural, or Political Issues in Contemporary Art

Students examine and respond to a body of contemporary artworks and compare the themes of the artwork to social, cultural, or political issues in their own lives and in their local and global communities. Students choose a contemporary art making approach, plan an artwork that investigates meaning relevant to a current theme or idea, and document the art making process. After in-progress critique based on relevant criteria, students revise and complete their art work and provide an artist statement. Students curate and present an exhibition to the public.
Click here to access the MCA and scoring tool.


Artistic Processes: Creating, Presenting, Responding, Connecting
Anchor Standards:
Anchor #1. Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work.
Anchor #2. Organize and develop artistic ideas and work.
Anchor #3. Refine and complete artistic ideas and work.
Anchor #5. Develop and refine artistic technique and work for presentation.
Anchor #6. Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work.
Anchor #7. Perceive and analyze artistic work.
Anchor #9. Apply criteria to evaluate artistic work.
Anchor #10. Synthesize and relate knowledge and personal experiences to make art.



Student VA-DW-II-07
Student VA-DW-II-07 scored at standard during the benchmarking.

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VA-DW-II-07-PR-CL(JPG)

VA-DW-II-07-PR-RE-crit (JPG)


Student VA-DW-II-09
No Student work samples for Presenting were submitted for this student.



Student VA-JP-II-03
Student VA-JP-II-03 scored at standard during the benchmarking.

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VA-JP-II-03-PR-AS (PDF)
Student VA-JP-II-05
Student VA-JP-II-05 scored at standard during the benchmarking.

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VA-JP-II-05-PR-AS (PDF)



Student VA-JP-II-06
Student VA-JP-II-06 scored at standard during the benchmarking.

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VA-JP-II-06-PR-AS (PDF)



Student VA-JP-II-07
Student VA-JP-II-07 scored at standard during the benchmarking.

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VA-JP-II-07-PR-AS (PDF)

VA-JP-II-07-PR-JE-2.2 (JPG)

VA-JP-II-07-PR-JE-2.1 (JPG)



Student VA-JR-II-11
Student VA-JR-II-11 scored at standard during the benchmarking.

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VA-JR-II-11-PR2 (JPG)



Student VA-JR-II-12
Student VA-JR-II-12 scored at standard during the benchmarking.

Presenting:


VA-JR-II-12-PR2 (JPG)



Student VA-TB-II-07
Student VA-TB-II-07 scored at standard during the benchmarking.

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VA-TB-II-07-PR-AS (b) (PDF)

VA-TB-II-07-PR-AS (b) (PDF)



Student VA-TB-II-18
Student VA-TB-II-18 scored at standard during the benchmarking.

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VA-TB-II-18-PR-AS (PDF)



Visual Arts High School Advanced

MCA Task Description: Social, Cultural, or Political Issues in Contemporary Art

Students examine and respond to a body of contemporary artworks and compare the themes of the artwork to social, cultural, or political issues in their own lives and in their local and global communities. Students choose a contemporary art making approach, plan an artwork that investigates meaning relevant to a current theme or idea, and document the art making process. After in-progress critique based on relevant criteria, students revise and complete their art work and provide an artist statement. Students curate and present an exhibition to the public. Click here to access the MCA and scoring tool.


Artistic Processes: Creating, Presenting, Responding, Connecting
Anchor Standards:
Anchor #1. Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work.
Anchor #2. Organize and develop artistic ideas and work.
Anchor #3. Refine and complete artistic ideas and work.
Anchor #5. Develop and refine artistic technique and work for presentation.
Anchor #6. Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work.
Anchor #7. Perceive and analyze artistic work.
Anchor #9. Apply criteria to evaluate artistic work.
Anchor #10. Synthesize and relate knowledge and personal experiences to make art.



Student VA-MHV-III-01
Student VA-MHV-III-01 scored at standard during the benchmarking.


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