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Create a work of art that conveys a point of view on a social issue. You will not be judged on your topic or your point of view.
You will assessed on your ability to make a convincing argument through visual means. Would your artwork convince someone who did not already have your point of view?
Your work of art can be in any medium. However, be aware of making a collage or photograph. Both of these methods limit your ability to show your contribution to the final product.
Your work will be evaluated on the thought you put into composition. What elements and principles did you utilize to convey your message.
In addition to at least one image of your work, you should include a brief description of your work stating what you were trying to do, the process you went through, and how successful you believe your work to be.
A rubric lists grading criteria that instructors use to evaluate student work. Your instructor linked a rubric to this item and made it available to you. Select Grid View or List View to change the rubric’s layout.
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Name: Social Protest Rubric
|Project and Conception||The work shows effort and was taken to completion. Thought was put into the approach and subject. The material and technique chosen was appropriate for the message. Composition was well considered and implemented.|
|Organization and Image||Project was properly titled. Project and image were submitted properly.|
|Content and Grammar||The message was clear. The artwork promoted an opinion rather than stating both sides of an issue. A clear description of the work was given in written form. Brief description states what you were trying to do, the process you went through, and how successful you believe your work to be.|
Name:Social Protest Rubric
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