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The AP Studio Art 2-D Design Portfolio

The Studio Art 2-D Portfolio
Portfolio Requirements at a Glance
Scoring Guidelines
Student Performance Q&A
Grade Distributions
Scoring Statistics
The Studio Art Poster

The Studio Art 2-D Portfolio 
A brief description of the 2-D Design portfolio follows below. Complete descriptions of all the portfolios can be found in the AP Studio Art Course Description, Effective Fall 2014 (.pdf/1MB)New!. The AP Studio Art poster also contains descriptions of all of the portfolios. For more information on the poster, click on the link above.

Portfolio Requirements at a Glance 
The portfolio for Studio Art: 2-D requires submissions in three distinct sections.

SECTION I:
Breadth
12 images of 12 different works; one image of each is submitted
SECTION II:
Concentration
12 images; some may be details
SECTION III:
Quality
Five actual works; maximum size is 18" x 24"


2014 - 2D Student Portfolio Samples and Rationales
Student Samples from previous years can be found here.

Scoring Guidelines
Please note: The links to Scoring Guidelines for this course are in Adobe® PDF format, and you will need to use the Adobe® Acrobat® Reader® to view them. If you don't have Acrobat Reader 6.0 or higher installed on your computer, choose the link for the Adobe Web site below for installation instructions. For help downloading and printing PDF files, choose the link "PDF Troubleshooting" below in "See also."
  2014 Scoring Guidelines
  2013 Scoring Guidelines
  2012 Scoring Guidelines  
  2011 Scoring Guidelines
  2010 Scoring Guidelines
  2009 Scoring Guidelines
  2008 Scoring Guidelines
  2007 Scoring Guidelines
  2006 Scoring Guidelines
  2005 Scoring Guidelines
  2004 Scoring Guidelines
  2003 Scoring Guidelines
  2002 Scoring Guidelines

Student Performance Q&A
  2014 Student Performance Q&A
  2013 Student Performance Q&A
  2012 Student Performance Q&A
  2011 Student Performance Q&A
  2010 Student Performance Q&A
  2009 Student Performance Q&A
  2008 Student Performance Q&A
  2007 Student Performance Q&A
  2006 Student Performance Q&A
  2005 Student Performance Q&A
  2004 Student Performance Q&A
  2003 Student Performance Q&A
  2002 Student Performance Q&A
  2001 Student Performance Q&A

Score Distributions
  2014 Score Distributions 
  2013 Score Distributions 
  2012 Score Distributions 
  2011 Score Distributions
  2010 Score Distributions
  2009 Grade Distributions
  2008 Grade Distributions
  2007 Grade Distributions
  2006 Grade Distributions
  2005 Grade Distributions
  2004 Grade Distributions
  2003 Grade Distributions
  2002 Grade Distributions

Scoring Statistics
  2014 Scoring Statistics
  2013 Scoring Statistics
  2012 Scoring Statistics
  2011 Scoring Statistics
  2010 Scoring Statistics
  2009 Scoring Statistics
  2008 Scoring Statistics
  2007 Scoring Statistics
  2006 Scoring Statistics
  2005 Scoring Statistics
  2004 Scoring Statistics
  2003 Scoring Statistics

The Studio Art Poster

Posters are automatically mailed to schools that offered AP Studio Art the previous year.
  The Studio Art Poster




      
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