ART 8/17 – 8/18: Zentangles and Patterns

DESCRIPTION

We will discuss the following ideas:

  1. What is a pattern?
  2. Types of patterns
  3. What is a Zentangle?

TAKE NOTES during class discussions. You will submit notes for credit each week. If you are absent, you must watch the Zoom video to get the notes.

If you were absent to any of the meetings this week, go to Google Classroom, where the recorded meetings have been posted under Classwork>Recorded Zoom Meetings.

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Take Notes: What is a pattern? Slideshow
    • Create an example of a repetition pattern in your notes
    • Create an example of a half-drop pattern in your notes
    • Create an example of a mirror pattern in your notes
    • Create an example of a rotation pattern in your notes
    • Create an example of a comples pattern in your notes using all the techniques
    • What is a Zentangle?

HOMEWORK

  1. Respond to anyone’s Flipgrid Due 8/20
  2. Trash to Treasure Survey– Due 8/20
  3. Begin creating your own Zentangle.  You will be asked to share in the next class 8/20:
    • Use only a half sheet of paper.
    • Use any writing instrument– pen, pencil, marker. Don’t color it
    • Create as many intricate, small patterns as possible. 
    • Take your time.  Do only about 1/4 of the page for now. 
    • Draw small and detailed. 
    • It shouldn’t look like anything specific, just lots of organized little doodles.  

INFORMATION

Read the information in the above post, it contains Google Classroom codes, Zoom links, and information on what to do when you have problems with Zoom meetings.

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