Assignment #1: 5-min Artist Presentation of YOUR ARTWORK
Your Work DUE: Thursday, January 14
Write-up DUE via email SUNDAY, January 17 by 3pm
Prepare a presentation and bring samples of your own artwork to class that best illustrate your current artistic
focus, design style, and also highlights your technical skills. This will be your opportunity to introduce yourself
and your work to the group. Since this class is essentially collaborative, this presentation will be a method for
us to see each others' skills and interests in relationship to our own and help us to develop the strongest teams
possible. This is your chance to "Pitch" yourself to the group!
Only bring a few examples, as you will have just 5 minutes to present your work. You must show visual examples
and also talk intelligently about your artwork and skills. **Practice your presentation, as you will NOT BELIEVE
how quickly 5-minutes pass.** Have your artwork prepared BEFORE the start of class. (for example, have your work
hung, digital files loaded, tapes cued, etc.). You may show: slides, video, digital files, and / or original
artwork. Equipment will be available at 11am in room #1100. If you are not ready prior to the start of class,
your grade WILL BE REDUCED.
The quality of your presentation will help determine which project
you will be assigned to, so BE PROFESSIONAL! If you are interested in a particular project, be sure to show relevant work.
After presenting your work and viewing your classmates' work, TYPE a 1-page write-up containing paragraphs with the following:
EMAIL THIS BY SUNDAY, January 17, 3pm to helliot(at)bgsu.edu & lyoung(at)bgsu.edu as we will announce the teams in class on Tuesday.
- Your current artistic and technical focus for your own artwork
- What technical skills you bring to the class
- Describe which THREE project(s) you are most interested in and why (rank top 1,2,3)
- A paragraph listing at least two classmates whose work you think compliments your own. These could be students who you
may be interested in working with this semester. You should compare and contrast your work with theirs, indicating ways in
which your artistic style could compliment theirs.