Hall Art Gallery 2005 - 2006

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What is the AP Art Portfolio?

The AP portfolio consists of three sections:

Quality Section:  In this section, students are asked to submit 5 actual works to the College Board that shows their strengths in drawing, 2D, or 3D.  

Concentration Section:  In this section, students are asked to demonstrate their personal commitment to a specific visual idea or mode of working.  To do this, they present an aspect of their work or a specific project in which they have invested considerable time, effort, and thought.  The concentration consists of 12 works and is displayed in slide form.

Breadth Section:  In this section students are asked to demonstrate the range of drawing, 2D, or 3D experiences and accomplishments with a variety of art forms, concepts, and techniques.  The work submitted should demonstrate that students have pursued advanced concepts, including observation, invented work, and nonobjective forms.  This area consists of 12 works displayed in slide form.


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Click  here for the Stephen Gleason art gallery.

Click  here for the Samantha Olender art gallery.

Click  here for the Mattie Rogers art gallery.

Click  here for the Lilian Morales art gallery.

Click  here for the Justin Bobo art gallery.

Click  here for the Israel Hernandez art gallery.

Click  here for the Exzavin Cleveland art gallery.

Click  here for the Borys German art gallery.

Click  here for the Aliya Dame art gallery.

Click  here for the Arnulfo Villarreal art gallery.

Click  here for the Antonio Villareal art gallery.

Click  here for the Andrea Zimmerman art gallery.