Structuring the CS

IB Visual Arts: Structuring the CS

There are many ways to approach the CS and this is what makes it interesting and unusual. There is no definitive or required format, students can use powerpoint, keynote, word doc, prezi, with a combination of journal pages and digital content. Have a look at the tips in Presentation and Format CS to see what is recommended, and the CS Assessment Criteria It is always helpful to break the CS down into bite sized pieces....

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RAJU DUBE 9 February 2018 - 11:40

Dear Heather,
one of my students has decided to do his comparative study on The Dinner Party by Judy Chicago, The Plate and the Pallette by Shirley Siegal and The Last Supper by DaVinci. The problem is that the first 2 artworks are too vast, The Dinner Party has 39 painted plates while the second one has around 11 of them. It would be extremely difficult to give justice to these artworks as I do not think everything will fit in 15 screens or it would? are we allow to use bits and pieces of the artwork which is relevant to the CS? if you have any other solution, please help.

Heather McReynolds 9 February 2018 - 21:47

Consider the work as a whole rather than in its components, and maybe analyze two of the plates in dinner party...i think it sounds like an original and interesting investigation :)

RAJU DUBE 10 February 2018 - 04:09

Thank you so much

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