ART 318 Midterm Grading


The goal of midterm grad­ing is to pro­vide an assess­ment of stu­dent work com­pleted at the mid­way point of the semester.


Stu­dents will turn in all work for review, and grades will then be assigned.


Based on the stan­dards out­lined in the course syl­labus, all work assigned to this point in the semes­ter will be pre­sented and graded dur­ing the sched­uled grad­ing period.

Work to be Graded:

Please turn in all work assigned to this point in the semes­ter. This includes all assign­ments, exer­cises and sketches. If work has been revised at any time, then please turn in both old and new ver­sions, each clearly marked. Fail­ure to do so may cause an unsat­is­fac­tory grade being recorded. Work should be well orga­nized and pro­fes­sion­ally pre­sented. Please bind or orga­nize all process work into an easy to use for­mat. Please fol­low the orig­i­nal assign­ment instruc­tions as to par­tic­u­lar project spec­i­fi­ca­tions. Scan or pho­to­graph any por­tions as necessary.

Please sub­mit the fol­low­ing projects:


  1. Assign­ment 01.02: Social Media Visual Communication
  2. Assign­ment 02.04: Oppo­sites Attract
  3. Assign­ment 03.05: Logo Gen­er­a­tion and Process


  1. Exer­cise 01.01: The Graphic Image
  2. Exer­cise 02:02: Pix­els, Siz­ing and Selec­tive Masking
  3. Exer­cise 02.04: Sym­bolic Gesture
  4. Exer­cise 03.06: Albers’ Fig­ure Ground
  5. Exer­cise 04.07: Itten’s Color Harmonies
  6. Exer­cise 05.05: Image Trace
  7. Exer­cise 06.05: AI Mashups

Quizzes, Sketches and Evidence of Process


As defined by cor­re­spond­ing cal­en­dar item, drop­box, dis­cus­sion or con­tent topic description.