"Assemblage" is the 3-D version of "collage”. "Found object fragments," "discards," or "throwaways" (artist's work to look at: Schwitters, Cornell, Rauschenberg, Bearden, etc.).

These things are organized by their specific elements. The resulting groups are then arranged into compositions of art.

Extending to many cultures of people living in family, religious, work, and various other groups; We could be viewed as a complex living version of "assemblage”(Webster 1. a group of persons or things gathered or collected).

We have “found” each other by chance; either by blood, common goals, or a certain chemistry. These connections help to formulate new ideas, innovations, and even new generations. John Anderson

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Advanced Placement Studio Art: 3-D Design Syllabus for 2007
by John Anderson
AP Studio Art: 3-d design class develops artistic growth, critical thinking, creativity, risk taking, learning from failures, and artistic self confidence in students. The goal is for students to become independent thinkers. The joy of self discovery is to be encouraged and the roll of the art teacher is to build on the student’s strengths and personal interest. For this to occur, students need to be engaged in making meaningful art of value to them personally on an ongoing basis [C5]. (Click above for more)

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