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Fine Arts - Secondary Curriculum Secondary Media Arts - Level III
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Core Standards of the Course

Strand: CREATE (L3.E.CR.)
Students will conceptualize, generate, develop and organize artistic ideas and work. They will complete and refine media art works (Standards L3.E.CR.1-4).

Standard L3.E.CR.1:
Integrate aesthetic principles with a variety of generative methods to fluently form original ideas, solutions, and innovations in media arts creation processes.

Standard L3.E.CR.2:
Integrate a sophisticated personal aesthetic and knowledge of systems processes in forming, testing, and proposing original artistic ideas, prototypes, and production frameworks, considering complex constraints of goals, time, resources, and personal limitations.

Standard L3.E.CR.3:
Synthesize content, processes, and components to express compelling purpose, story, emotion, or ideas in complex media arts productions, demonstrating mastery of associated principles.

Standard L3.E.CR.4:
Intentionally and consistently refine and elaborate elements and components to form effective expressions in media artworks, directed at specific purposes, audiences, and contexts.

Strand: PRESENT (L3.E.P.)
Students will analyze, interpret, refine and select artistic work for presentation. They will convey meaning in the manner in which the art is presented (Standards L3.E.P.1-6).

Standard L3.E.P.1:
Synthesize various arts, media arts forms and academic content into unified media arts productions that retain artistic fidelity across platforms.

Standard L3.E.P.2:
Employ mastered artistic, design, technical, and soft skills in managing and producing media artworks.

Standard L3.E.P.3:
Fluently employ mastered creative and innovative adaptability in formulating lines of inquiry and solutions, to address complex challenges within and through media arts productions.

Standard L3.E.P.4:
Independently utilize and adapt tools, styles, and systems in standard, innovative, and experimental ways in the production of complex media artworks.

Standard L3.E.P.5:
Curate, design, and promote the presentation and distribution of media artworks for intentional impacts, through a variety of contexts.

Standard L3.E.P.6:
Evaluate, compare, and integrate improvements in presenting media artworks, considering personal to global impacts, such as new understandings that were gained by artist and audience.

Strand: RESPOND (L3.E.R.)
Students will understand, evaluate and articulate how works of art convey meaning for the observer as well as the creator (Standards L3.E.R.1-4).

Standard L3.E.R.1:
Analyze and evaluate the qualities and relationships of the components and audience impact in a variety of styles and formats of media artwork.

Standard L3.E.R.2:
Survey an exemplary range of media artworks, analyze methods for managing audience experience, and create intention and persuasion through multimodal perception and systemic communications.

Standard L3.E.R.3:
Analyze the intent, meanings and impacts of diverse media artworks, considering complex factors of context and bias.

Standard L3.E.R.4:
Independently develop rigorous evaluations of, and strategically seek feedback for, media artworks and production processes, considering complex goals and factors.

Strand: CONNECT L3.E.CO.)
Students will relate artistic skills, ideas, and work with personal meaning and external context (Standards L3.E.CO.1-4).

Standard L3.E.CO.1:
Independently and proactively access relevant and qualitative resources to inform the creation of cogent media artworks.

Standard L3.E.CO.2:
Demonstrate and expound on the use of media artworks to create new meaning, knowledge, and important cultural experiences.

Standard L3.E.CO.3:
Analyze the relevant and important relationships of media arts ideas and works to personal and global contexts, purposes, and values.

Standard L3.E.CO.4:
Utilize an understanding of legal, technological, systemic, and vocational contexts while experiencing and creating media arts.

UEN logo - in partnership with Utah State Board of Education (USBE) and Utah System of Higher Education (USHE).  Send questions or comments to USBE Specialist - Tamara  Burnside and see the Fine Arts - Secondary website. For general questions about Utah's Core Standards contact the Director - Jennifer  Throndsen.

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