Ms. Marianne Goyette

Email:
mgoyette@cathedralcatholic.org

Telephone:
(858) 523-4000 x1242

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Digital Photography

Foundations in Visual Art and Design

 

Foundations in Visual Art and Design 

Grades: 9 – 12

Course Description:

This course provides introductory instruction in the visual arts. Students will gain basic knowledge and skills through assignments in design, drawing and painting, 3-D design and sculpture, including ceramics, and digital art and filmmaking. In addition, students will develop a digital portfolio of their works, which will carry over to future courses. Students will also acquire a basic visual art vocabulary and an ability to utilize the language of art in discussions and through critiques. Artistic achievement of individuals, both historical and contemporary, and the work of different cultures will be analyzed and explored to serve as sources of inspiration for studio practices. This course prepares the student for all other visual art courses offered at Cathedral Catholic High School. Students will showcase their works during the CCHS art festival in May.

 

Essential Learning Outcomes:

• Encourage creative as well as systematic investigation of formal and conceptual issues. (ESLR1.4, 2.1, 3.1, 4.1)

• Emphasize art as an ongoing process that involves the student to formulate informed and critical decisions.(ESLR 2.1, 2.2)

• Help students to develop technical skills and familiarize them with the functions of the visual elements. (ESLR 2.4, 3.2, 4.1)

• Encourage students to become independent thinkers who will contribute inventively to their culture through the making of art. (ESLR 2.3,3.2, 4.1)

 

Course Objectives:

• Demonstrate basic skills in artistic perception, applying the fundamentals of the elements and principles of fine art and design.

• Demonstrate a variety of art making skills & techniques

• Experience art production, and also artistic philosophy, art criticism, and art history.

• Analyze and make critical assessments about artworks.

• Respond appropriately to a variety of inquiries related to the curriculum.

• Produce artwork that shows individual creativity and problem solving ability.

Teacher Information:

Ms. Marianne Terese Goyette

Phone: 858-523-4000 x1242

Email: MGoyette@cathedralcatholic.org

Hours of availability: 7-8 am Monday -Friday

Web homework page: https://sites.google.com/a/cchsdons.com/visual-arts/

 Instructor: Marianne Goyette

Digital Photography (Course #1795-1796)

Grade 9-12
Prerequisite: Foundations in Visual Art and Design or audition.

Course Description:

Digital Photography is designed for students who are interested in fine art photography with digital tools. General computer experience is a prerequisite, but no prior knowledge of the particular software programs used in class is required. Students will be introduced to Adobe Photoshop and learn how to edit photos using this program. Because of the project-based nature of the class, students at all levels will be able to learn at their own pace and create meaningful pieces to add to their portfolio. Any digital camera with manual controls is acceptable. (Which means manual aperture, shutter speed control. It does not necessarily need to be a DSLR.)
Students will create a digital portfolio of their work that can be used for college review and admissions purposes.

Essential Learning Outcomes:

• Encourage creative as well as systematic investigation of formal and conceptual issues. (ESLR1.4, 2.1, 3.1, 4.1)

• Emphasize art as an ongoing process that involves the student to formulate informed and critical decisions.(ESLR 2.1, 2.2)

• Help students to develop technical skills and familiarize them with the functions of the visual elements. (ESLR 2.4, 3.2, 4.1)

• Encourage students to become independent thinkers who will contribute inventively to their culture through the making of art. (ESLR 2.3,3.2, 4.1)

 

Course Objectives:

• Demonstrate basic skills in artistic perception, applying the fundamentals of the elements and principles of fine art and design in digital photography.

• Demonstrate a variety of art making skills & techniques using Adobe Photoshop and Pixelmator.

• Experience art production, and also artistic philosophy, art criticism, and art history.

• Analyze and make critical assessments about artworks.

• Respond appropriately to a variety of inquiries related to the curriculum.

• Produce artwork that shows individual creativity and problem solving ability.

 

Requirements for this class:
Thumb Drive 8 gig minimum.
Digital Camera
Bound Journal for studio work

Pixelmator app for i-Pad cost $5.00

Wix, Google site or the use of Book Creator for electronic portfolio that is the culminating project for this class. Another option is to creat a printed book using online services.

Teacher Information:

Ms. Marianne Terese Goyette

Phone: 858-523-4000 x1242

Email: MGoyette@cathedralcatholic.org

Hours of availability: 7-8 am Monday -Friday and upon appointment

Web homework page: https://sites.google.com/a/cchsdons.com/visual-arts/

 Instructor: Marianne Goyette 

Web homework page: https://sites.google.com/a/cchsdons.com/digital-photography/

 

Below are two hyper-links that can be used to access the Homework Pages for Digital Photography and Foundation in Visual Art Courses. The Homework Pages will have downloadable syllabi, due dates for assignments, videos, Pdfs and instructional information that will help you succeed in your course.

I am honored and blessed to have you in my class and I look forward to seeing your progression in art.

If you have additional questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me through email or appointment.

Email: MGoyette@cathedralcatholic.org

Office Hours: 7-8:00 am room GC-2

 FINAL STUDY GUIDES ARE UNDER ASSIGNMENTS TAB BY SUBJECT.

Homework Page for Foundation of Visual art

Homework Page for Digital Photography