Har-Bur Middle School Visual Art

The Visual Art Department at Har-Bur Middle School is part of the "Unified Arts" Team and serves all students in grades 5-8. Art instruction is delivered to all Har-Bur students everyday for approximately ten weeks.

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REGION #10 5-12 VISUAL ART ESSENTIAL QUESTONS
How do artists communicate through their artwork?
How do artists solve visual problems?
What methods do artists use to describe, analyze, interpret and evaluate their own and others artwork?
How do artists make connections to other cultures?
How do artists develop a professional work ethic?  


Fifth Grade Art
Fifth grade Art meets all year, 3 out of 6 days. During their time in Art, students will focus on the following:

Reading and writing about the different periods in Art History andcultures 
Viewing art reproductions   
Engaging in group discussions
Developing basic skills
Emphasizing their creativity 
Solving problems and finding multiple solutions to visual concepts  
Using a wide variety of materials, methods, and techniques
Exploring major categories and subject matter 
Making connections between art and their daily lives. 

All the students’ different levels and learning styles are accommodated and we encourage their personal growth and development in a positive environment. Further information can be found on the art teacher’s website.


Sixth Grade UA Art
Sixth Grade Art Class meets four out of six days of the scheduled rotation for one quarter (marking period) of the school year. During their time in UA Art, the students will focus on the following: 

Developing basic skills in art
Studying art history
Engaging in studio experiences based on the elements of art and principles of design
Using a variety of materials and techniques 
Emphasizing their creativity
Solving problems and finding multiple solutions to visual concepts  
Evaluating their own artwork as they begin to self-assess 
Making connections to art and their daily lives.

All the students’ different levels and learning styles are accommodated and we encourage their personal growth and development in a positive environment. Further information can be found on the art teacher’s website.

All sixth grade students at Har-Bur Middle School will take Sixth Grade UA Art.


Seventh Grade UA Art
Seventh Grade Art Class meets four out of six days of the scheduled rotation for one quarter (marking period) of the school year. During their time in UA Art, the students will focus on the following:
 
Developing basic skills in art
Studying art history and cultures
Engaging in studio experiences based on the elements of art and   principles of design
Using a variety of materials and techniques 
Emphasizing their creativity
Solving problems and finding multiple solutions to visual concepts  
Evaluating their own artwork through self-assessment 
Making connections to art and their daily lives.

All the students’ different levels and learning styles are accommodated and we encourage their personal growth and development in a positive environment. Further information can be found on the art teacher’s website.

All seventh grade students at Har-Bur Middle School will take Seventh Grade UA Art. 


Eighth Grade UA Art
Eighth Grade Art Class meets four out of six days of the scheduled rotation for one quarter (marking period) of the school year. During their time in UA Art, the students will focus on the following: 

Developing basic skills in art
Studying art history
Engaging in studio experiences based on the elements of art and principles of design
Using a variety of materials and techniques 
Emphasizing their creativity
Solving problems and finding multiple solutions to visual concepts  
Evaluating their own artwork through self-assessment 
Making connections to art and their daily lives.

All the students’ different levels and learning styles are accommodated and we encourage their personal growth and development in a positive environment. Further information can be found on the art teacher’s website.

All eighth grade students at Har-Bur Middle School will take Eighth Grade UA Art.