When the students reach the third level of fine arts, they will be tested in a more independent style of learning. The students will be given real assignments in the same form they will given in there career choice. Art & Design most likely consistent of information in the form of a creative brief. (See Below)
901 - Prepare and present a portfolio.
902 - Prepare and present a visual concept presentation.
903 - Estimate time and materials for a project.
906 - Participate in critiques of commercial art projects.
907 - Explore current industry trends.
908 - Demonstrate research, employability, and organizational skills.
909 - Create personal branding materials.
910 - Explore the importance of social media as it relates to employability.
C - Recycling
The World's Recycling Is in Chaos.
Client / Client contact information:
Create a piece of art that promotes an awareness about recycling
Background / Overview:
Globally, more plastics are now ending up in landfills, incinerators, or likely littering the environment as rising costs to haul away recyclable materials increasingly render the practice unprofitable. In England, more than half a million more tons of plastics and other household garbage were burned last year. Australia’s recycling industry is facing a crisis as the country struggles to handle the 1.3 million-ton stockpile of recyclable waste it had previously shipped to China.
What is the objective, the purpose of the art piece?
Over the coming decade, as many as 111 million tons of plastics will have to find a new place to be processed or otherwise disposed of as a result of China’s ban, according to Brooks and University of Georgia engineering professor Jenna Jambeck. However, the places trying to take up some of the slack in 2018 tended to be lower-income countries, primarily in Southeast Asia, many of which lack the infrastructure to properly handle recyclables. Many of those countries were quickly overwhelmed by the volume and have also now cut back on imports.
What do we want to say?
“Reducing the amount of waste we generate in the first place is the most important thing we can do,” says Lance Klug, information officer for California’s Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery. The agency has been working with manufacturers for the past decade to reduce the discarded packaging that makes up about a quarter of what’s in the state’s landfills, he says, adding, “We’re trying to get industry more involved in the end-of-life disposition of their products.”
Additional info & insights:
“The collect-sort-export model, with some domestic manufacturing, worked for us for a long time when markets for recycled materials were good, particularly in China,” says Klug. “But that’s no longer the case, and it’s probably never going to be the case again.”
Production Information and Job Specs:
Final Design is up to you, remember you are completing an installment piece that will be displayed in various exhibit halls & public spaces.