Please do not overgeneralize and assume things. Use real facts to support opinions.
Do not take things so seriously, try to use a little humor or fantasy elements (like Marnie Webber)
possibly even create a story/narrative with characters to illustrate the issues or questions at hand
How does the idea of perception fit into your project?
Think about how the materials used can be used to inform the audience like Richard Allen Morris has done with his sculptures (using actual discarded material from a building to speak about gentrification) Objects and materials already come charged with meaning and history. How can materials interact to tell a new story?
What about performance art? Not everything has to have a physical product. Can the art piece exist outside of the gallery space? Can students create band groups?
And lastly, Titles! I know we didn't discuss this at all but tiles are very important. Please do not use a title that repeats what the piece is about. How can a title create more dialogue/questions in a person's mind?
WORK TIME on Keeping It Real Project
9th Grade Retreat Reflection and Photo Essaydue Friday Letter to Rangers needs to be printed and signed and the Photo Essay can be emailed to me.