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Art Careers

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1. Environmental Design
4. Entertainment
3. Product &
Fashion Design
2. Communications Design
A. Architects
B. Landscape
Architects
C. Interior
Designers
Illustrator
Job Responsibilities:
create artwork for books, posters, newspaper
descriptive drawings of anatomy, machinery
create cartoons to entertain & educate
create illustrations of how clothing will look.
A. Graphic
Designer
B. Illustrator
Art
Careers

A. Industrial
B. Fashion
Design
A. Multimedia
Design
B. Set &
Costume
Design
Job responsibilities:
design buildings
supervise construction
1. List at least 3 job options in the art field.
2. Choose one of the careers you listed. What types of art skills would they need?
3. What other subjects would they need to study for their career?
Write your answers in complete sentences please!
Landscape Architect
Job Responsibilities:
design landscapes for private & public rec. areas
Interior Designer
plan the look of interiors of houses, office buildings, cruise ships, automobiles, and factories.
advise on color schemes, furnishings, lighting, artwork etc.
Architect
Graphic Designer

Job Responsibilities:
work with words & images to create visual representations to attract attention.
plan promotions & advertisements for companies
make magazines, newspapers, album covers & books appealing
create web sites, signs, & logos
1.Corporate (large company) Graphic Designer
2.Advertising Agency Designer
3.Publications Designer
4.Web Designer
Types of illustrators
1.Editorial Illustrator
2.Technical Illustrator
3.Medical Illustrator
4.Cartoonist
Job Responsibilities:
Industrial Design
•Job Responsibilities:
improve the appearance, & quality of manufactured products such as hair dryers, couches, skateboards, computers etc.
design packaging for products like food, perfume, toys, etc.
Fashion Designer
•Job Responsibilities:
create designs for all types of clothing and accessories.
•Job Responsibilities:
Animator: use computer programs to draw & color pictures for animated films
Story board Artist: create sequential sketches to illustrate the action in a film, commercial, video etc.
Video game Designer: research and create the characters & scenes for games.
Job Responsibilities:
creating scenery, lighting schemes, and costumes that enhance the feel of a play or film.
Involved from sketches to production of the costumes to constructing the sets.
Exit Ticket: activity #9
1. Why would an architect need knowledge about math to do their job well?
2. Compare and contrast Environmental Design and Product/Fashion Design.
3. Choose 1 of the 4 categories of art career fields and explain how the activities of those artists affect your everyday life and the lives of others.
Using the Venn diagram, compare and Contrast the jobs & skills of an......
Architect & Landscape Architect
Interior Designer
Think. Pair. Share.
Describe what you think our world would be like if Graphic Design did not exist. 3 sentences.
drawing
design ability
art history
math
design exteriors
construction
botany
geology
ecology
design interiors
color theory
textiles
interior lighting
Own your own, match the design example to the correct career title. activity #6
design example
career title
Package Designer

Toy Designer

Fashion Designer

Furniture Designer
Think. Pair. Share. activity #7
How might the jobs of artists in the entertainment industry today, differ from those in the early days of film? What new skills and knowledge would they need?
Group Work
Entertainment
Environmental Design
Communication
Product/Fashion Design


activity #8

As a group, categorize the artwork examples according to which field it belongs to.

1 = Environmental Design
2 = Communication
3 = Product/ Fashion Design
4 = Entertainment

objective #3: describe how artists shape our visual world.
Objective #2: Compare and contrast the skills necessary for artists to have at different times in history.
Think. Pair. Share. activity #3
Objectives Review/conclusion
1. Identify different careers in art that are needed within the work force.
2. Compare and contrast the skills necessary for artists at different times in history.
3. Describe how artists shape our visual world.
4. Identify other disciplines needed for art careers.
5. Categorize art careers according to the industry they serve.
Environmental Designers=Architect, Interior Designer, Communications = Graphic Designer, Illustrator
Product & Fashion Designer
Entertainment = Multimedia Designer *Animators, Storyboard artists, Game Designers), Set & Costume Designer
Early Animators only drew sketches by hand, where as with the development of technology enables them to draw on computers. They also can create more realistic looking special effects.
Artists design so much of the world around us, from the clothes we wear, to the houses we live in. They better our consumer products by making them more aesthetically pleasing. They also help inform us from Graphic Designers creating visual representations to convey ideas and sell products. They enhance our quality of life also, through the entertainment industry.
Math = Architecture, Fashion Design
Botany & Ecology = Landscape Architecture
Anatomy = Medical Illustrator
Computer knowledge = Animation, Graphic Design, Illustration
Group Work; matching
Objective #5: Categorize art works according to the industry they serve.
OBJECTIVE #5. Categorize art works according to the industry they serve.
Multimedia Design
Set & Costume Design
Examples of industrial design
1.Package Designer
2.Furniture Designer
3.Product(merchandise) Designer
1. Animator
2. Storyboard artist
3. Video game designer
Before we start...let's brainstorm somethings.
Directions for this lesson: Please fill in the outline provided to you
as we go through the presentation.

Teacher Model:
If graphic design did not exists, then companies would not be able to advertise their products. Product logos like Apple, Coca Cola, and the Golden Arches of McDonald's would probably not exist making it harder for those companies to advertise their products. Magazines and newspapers would not include images, just text. Even apparel companies like Nike wouldn't have their "swoosh".
Teacher Model:

Films today are more dependent on artists then they were years ago. The artists now have to have greater skills especially when it comes to technology and set construction. Since the advancement of film making technology like special effects programs (CGI) and green screens artists need to be able to understand them in order to create more elaborate, complex, and realistic effects. An artist would need to have more advanced training with these programs in order to complete a successful, realistic looking film.
Standards:
#4: LEARN HOW VISUAL ART RELATES TO OTHER CULTURES, TIMES, AND PLACES.
4.3 The student will investigate how history and culture have and will influence the production of art.
#6: MAKE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN VISUAL ART AND OTHER SUBJECTS.
6.1 Examine how materials, technologies, processes, and terminology used in other disciplines are also used in visual art .


OBJECTIVES:
1. Identify different careers in art that are needed within the work force.
2. Compare and contrast the skills necessary for artists at different times in history.
3. Describe how artists shape our visual world.
4. Identify other disciplines needed for art careers.
5. Categorize art careers according to the industry they serve.
Artists that are working in Environmental Design are......................
Required skills & knowledge:
drawing and drafting of exteriors
architectural design & history
math, construction methods, & urban planning
Disney Opera House opened in 2003
Architect: Frank Gehry
Required Knowledge & skills:
Basic architecture and math,
drawing & painting
botany, geology, ecology,
surveying, landscape construction methods
Cheekwood Botanical Gardens, Nashville, TN

Japanese Gardens and Bamboo Forest
Required Knowledge & skills:
drawing, color theory, design
ability to work with people
architectural styles, history, and design
textiles. math
interior lighting
Interiors of the Wonder, Disney Cruise Lines
Architect & landscape architect
Interior Designer
Standard 6.1: Identifying other disciplines that are also used in visual art.
5 things should be listed here
List at least 4 things here
4 things should be here
Answers:
These artists make pictures for books and other companies
Types of Graphic designers:
Required Knowledge & Skills:
drawing, painting, collage, art history
lettering, photography, computer graphics
marketing & advertising
Examples of graphic design:
Logos
magazine ads/covers
advertizing
web design
Required Knowledge & Skills:
drawing, painting
computer graphics software like Photoshop or Illustrator
anatomy, fashion design
Examples of illustrations:
book art
medical illustrations
machine illustrations
cartoonist
fashion illustration
These artists create our clothing, different types of products, and the packages they come in.
•Required Knowledge & Skills:
drawing,
computer graphics,
3D modeling,
marketing,
style trends,
must understand the production process.
Industrial design examples
•Required Knowledge & Skills:
drawing
art history
math
business & marketing
sewing, pattern making, textiles & current trends
Independent
thinking:
Why would fashion designers need to have good math skills?
*** Be prepared to share!
Answer:
Math is used in pattern design and drafting. Patterns are drafted by using charts and very complex math. It is also used in grading patterns so the clothing will fit different sized bodies. ex: to get the neck of a shirt, you measure the circumference of the neck, then divide by 3
These artists create media for entertainment purposes; like movies, cartoons, video games, etc.
•Required Knowledge & Skills:
Animator: excellent rapid drawing & design skills, meet strict deadlines, animation software and photography
Story board Artist: produce descriptive drawings rapidly, understand filming, animation procedures, lighting & acting.
Video game Designer: master complex computer programs, understand 2D & 3D space, creativity & imagination
animator
story board artist
video game design
Required Knowledge & Skills:
drawing & painting
creating models
construction techniques,
research skills, theater history,
sewing, effects of light on colors, film making process.
costume design
set design
Objective #4: identify other disciplines needed for art careers

Objective #1: identify different careers in art that needed within the work force
Objective #1: identify different careers in art that are
needed within the work force
Objective #1: identify different careers in art that are needed within the work force
objective #1: identify different art careers that are needed in the work force
Types of illustrators:
1. Editorial Illustrators
2. Technical Illustrators
3. Medical Illustrators
4. Cartoonist
(editorial)
#1 identify different art careers in art that are needed within the work force.
We looked at 4 different types of art careers categories:
1. environmental designers
2. communications
3. product & fashion design
4. entertainment
#2 compare and contrast the skills necessary for artists to have at different times in history.
We compared the jobs of artists in the entertainment industry today with the ones from the early days of film.
#3 describe how artists shape our visual world.
We described a world if graphic designers did not exist.
#4 Identify other disciplines needed for art careers.
we learned that.....................................
Math = architecture, fashion design
botany & ecology = landscape architecture
anatomy = medical illustrator
computer knowledge = animation, graphic design, illustration

#5 categorize art careers according to the industry they serve.
We matched design examples to the correct career title.
Do you think architects are influenced by past cultures/ civilizations?
How can you tell?
Can you give an example?
activity #2
group work
standard #4.3 investigate how history and culture have and will influence the production of art.
Answer:
YES!! Architects are influenced by other cultures. They use past architectural achievements in their designs.
For example:
Greek architecture has heavily influenced architectural designs. They were the first to use columns. Look at all of the modern day buildings that also use columns...
Parthenon
residential house
white house
Oslo trading building, Norway
check point: tell your table members the 3 art careers associated with Environmental Design

20 sec.
check point: tell your group members the 2 art careers associated with communications design

20 sec.
check point: tell you group members the 2 art careers associated with product and fashion design.

20 sec.
Check point: tell your group members the 2 art careers associated with Entertainment.

20 sec.
Questioning: activity #1: Hook/ prior knowledge/ introduction.
Answer the following questions. Write the answers under activity #1 on your outline. Answer to the best of your ability and be prepared to share with the class.

1. List at least 3 career options that you think would be in the art field today.
2. Choose one of those career that you listed in question 1. What types of skills do you think that person would need to do their job?
3. What other subjects would they need to study for their career?
teacher model
1. web design, animator, graphic design
2. Animator. I think an animator would need superior drawing skills. I also think they would need to know how to use the latest animation computer software. They would have to be able to understand how things move and be able to portray that as a believable illusion.
3. Animators would have to study the anatomy of people and animals. They would also need to know different technology programs and applications.
Have you ever thought about what people who enjoy drawing, designing, or creating things with their hands can do with their lives as a career?

This lesson is a quick overview of the basic categories of careers in art.

Check for understanding:
Understanding enviromental design:
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Check for understanding:
Understanding communications design:
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activity #5
Check for understanding:
Understanding product and fashion design:
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check for understanding:
Understanding entertainment
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activity #4
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