Assessment Overview: Studio Art 3-D Design
For the 3-D Design Portfolio, students submit digital images of the art works they created as well as an artist statement in which they describe ideas investigated and explain how the ideas evolved as they created their body of work.
All portfolios are assessed by at least two highly experienced studio art educators (AP Studio Art teachers or higher education faculty) who apply standard scoring criteria, with respect to the forms and content.
Complete descriptions of all the Studio Art portfolios can be found in the AP Studio Art Course Description (.pdf/1MB).
Format of Assessment: Studio Art 3-D Design
Section I: Quality | 12 digital images for 3-D | 33% of Portfolio Score
- Demonstrate mastery of design in concept, composition, and execution
Section II: Concentration | 12 digital images | 33% of Portfolio Score
- Describe an in-depth explanation of a particular design concern
Section III: Breadth | 16 digital images for 3-D | 33% of Portfolio Score
- Demonstrate understanding of design issues
2014 - 3-D Student Portfolio Samples and Rationales
The Studio Art Poster
Posters are automatically mailed to schools that offered AP Studio Art the previous year.