Artist Retrospective

Congratulations! The SF Museum of Modern Art has decided to do a retrospective show of your artist’s work. (If you don’t know the word “retrospective” look it up.) Since you’re an expert on this particular artist, the museum has hired you to design the POSTER for the show and to design a line of 3 T-SHIRTS to be sold at the

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Product Logo Homework

Find a food product that appeals to teens and youth — it could be candy, ice cream, soda, chips or salty snacks, packaged burritos from the corner store. Bring in the logo — you can do this by cutting off the logo from the package, peeling it off, or bringing in the can or bottle (washed, please). Then write a

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Interview Video

Your team will produce a Person on the Street Interview Video. The topic will be “Improving Education.” STEP 1: Develop three interview questions. These cannot be “Yes-No” questions, but questions that require explanations. The three questions should be related so they will make sense together in one video. TIP: Ask your interview subjects to include the question in their answer.

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Artist Reports

Each student has selected an artist. You will now do research to answer the following 6 questions: Artist’s background and important information about the artist’s life. How did this person become an artist? (Who/what were influences? Attended art schools? Had mentors?) What was this artist famous for? (What medium? What style or school of art? Subject matter? Contributions to art history?) Select

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Sports Franchise Logos

You will create a new Sports Franchise for the Bay Area. Design three logos, each one 400px by 400px and each one saved as a GIF. On Friday you’ll hand in a folder called “2lastnamesports”/”3lastnamesports.” You can choose any sport you like: football, soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, volleyball, squash, cricket, tiddlywinks or quidditch. But the name must begin with BAY

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