— Rachel Goodaker
All points through Week 11 are now up on BeachBoard. All of your points questions have been replied to. The total points possible so far is 616. Here’s what you should have to be on pace for each grade level:
554 points = “A” pace – 78 peeps
492 points = “B” pace – 22 peeps
430 points = “C” pace – 7 peeps
368 points = “D” pace – 7 peep
367 & below = “F” pace – 16 peeps
Since break about 10 A’s have slid to B’s and about 5 D’s have slid to F’s. The class “GPA” so far has slipped from 3.24 before break to 3.06 today. We still have 78 A’s-in-progress which is awesome, but it’s a shame to see work that’s been pretty consistent across the semester slip down in the last 1/3 of the course.
Most of the slippage is from not turning things in. If you want to maximize points on the work that you do, here’s the vital info to get maximum points:
- Veronica Meza – 708
- Marina Barnes – 700
- Christen Drake – 676
- Sophia Guthrie – 669
- Nallely Silva – 669
- Rogelio Avina – 668
- Amanda Bjornstad – 668
- Lacey Alaniz – 658
- Julyssa Juarez – 658
- Madeline Iwanaga – 657
Wk 12 Activity: Procedural Art!
Full details in class.
Be sure to tag your artist posts!
SOA Galleries – Wk 12 – April 12 – 16
Mitchell Springer, BFA, Ceramics
Mitchell Springer’s BFA ceramics exhibition includes freestanding ceramic structures and relief paintings that explore themes of phenomenology, gravity, materials and process.
Nicholas Gaby, BFA, Sculpture
Nicholas Gaby’s BFA sculpture exhibition features a 1993 Mitsubishi Mighty Max papier-mâché replica, documentary film, and porcelain traffic cones. Gaby’s themes include confinement and invisible power structures.
Ashley Sharpe, BFA, Printmaking
Ashley Sharpe’s BFA Printmaking exhibit features a collection of mono-prints, lithographs, screen prints, etchings, and relief prints dealing with the theme of cats, their origins and their daily rituals.
Katherine Cox, BFA, Ceramics
Katherine Cox’s BFA Ceramics show features porcelain objects/vessels adorned with relief carvings to convey patterns and narratives.
Piet Eppinga, BFA, Ceramics
Piet Eppinga’s BFA Ceramics show features life-size human sculptures and explores themes of humanity and the human experience.