• AP Art & Design 2024 

  • AP Assignments MP#4


        /20               Effort/ Participation in Class and t home: attending presentations and critiques, helping

    others brainstorm, composition tips, sharing techniques, etc.

                            Major Projects:

        /30               Completing Remaining Slides in Sustained Investigation – now is the time to determine what

    areas your portfolio needs the most to hit all the rubric standards (below) – do you need a few more finished pieces, some progress slides, a piece to show a transition from one type of work to another a bit more seamlessly, etc. Include written portions. DUE 5/3

        /10               Selected Works  - You may use works from your SI, or these can be other works you’ve made.

    These should be your very BEST. See rubrics below. DUE 5/9

        /10               Final Inquiry Statement and SUBMIT Portfolio to AP Central – DUE: Fri 5/9

        /10               Art Show Display – full panel or wall display with artist statement

    (Due Tues 5/21)

        /20               Final Project – Can create an artwork to donate to the school, try an extended

    project, put together a website or portfolio for yourself, do a group project etc.  (DUE 6/11)


          /100           MP #4 Grade


    AP Sustained Investigation Rubrics

    3 pts- Inquiry (Written evidence identifies an inquiry that guides the sustained investigation. AND Visual evidence demonstrates the sustained investigation.)

    3 pts- Practice, Experimentation, and Revision - Visual evidence of practice, experimentation, AND revision demonstrates development of the sustained investigation. AND Written evidence describes how the sustained investigation shows evidence of practice, experimentation, OR revision.

    3 pts- Materials, Processes, and Ideas - Visual relationships among materials processes, AND ideas are clearly evident and demonstrate synthesis.

    3 pts- 2D/Drawing Art and Design - Visual evidence of advanced 2D/3D/Drawing skills.







    AP Selected Works Rubrics

    A. Written evidence identifies materials, processes, and ideas.

    B. Visual evidence of advanced 2-D/3-D/ Drawing skills

    C. Visual relationships among materials, processes, and ideas are clearly evident and demonstrate synthesis.