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iRubric: Relief Printmaking/ 5 Print Edition rubric

iRubric: Relief Printmaking/ 5 Print Edition rubric

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Relief Printmaking/ 5 Print Edition

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Rubric Code: S28X2W
The student will create a relief printmaking block using carved styrafoam. The student will print an edition of 5 signed, numbered, and dated prints.
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Keywords: Print, brayer, plate/block, relief, intaglio
Categories: Subjects: Arts and Design  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels:

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Relief print project Edition of 5
  level 1
1 pts
level 2
2 pts
level 3
3 pts
level 4
4 pts
Design/Composition
level 1

The student design / composition shows limited or no preplanning. The space filled in an awkward haphazard or illegible manner.
level 2

The student shows limited knowledge of the principles and elements of design with regard to the composition of the subject matter for this series of prints.
level 3

The student shows good knowledge of the principles and elements of design with regard to the composition of the subject matter for this series of prints.
level 4

The student shows superior knowledge of the principles and elements of design with regard to the composition of the subject matter for this series of prints.
Drawing
level 1

Drawing is illegible as an image. The image is messy, smeared, ripped or printed in the wrong format.
level 2

Drawing is legible but limited in skill or concept. The space is not filled in an interesting manner.
The work may have smears or stray marks.
level 3

Drawing is legible and competent in skill or concept, yet fills the space in an expected or pat manner.
level 4

The drawing is superior in skill and concept and fills the spece in a creative or orignal way.
Prints/ Print quality
level 1

5 or fewer prints turned in. More than3 prints are messy, damaged or smeared.
None of the prints have been numbered correctly in pencil.
level 2

All 5 prints in the edition are turned in.3 or more of the prints are good quality, with even coverage and crisp edges . The prints are mostly titled, signed, numbered and dated correctly in pencil.
level 3

All 5 prints in the edition are turned in. 4 or more of the prints are of very good quality, with even paint coverage and crisp edges. Most of the prints are titled, signed/ dated, and numbered.
level 4

All 5 prints in the edtion are turned and all 5 are of excellent quality. All parts of the image and the edges of the block are crisp and clear. All of the prints are titled, signed/dated, and numbered.
Cooperation/Cleanup
level 1

The student is frequently off task in the studio, does not follow directions, or refuses to participate in the project fully.
Student may misuse, waste or destroy art materials carelessly.
Student may leave a mess.
level 2

The student is frequently off task in the studio, may not follow directions, or delays cleanup.
level 3

The student is sometimes off task, follows directions for the project, and cleans up his/her work area in a timely fashion.
level 4

The student is almost always on task in the studio, follows the directions for the project the first time they are given, and cleansup their work area in a timely fashion.



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