Essential Course Resources
AP Studio Art Course Description,
Effective Fall 2014
Course Overview (.pdf/2.5MB) | Full Course Description (.pdf/1MB)NEW!
- AP Studio Art Teacher's Guide (.pdf/5.9MB)
- AP Studio Art BrochureNEW!
- AP Studio Art Student Planning WorksheetsNEW!
- 2014 AP Studio Art Student Sample PortfoliosNEW!
- AP Studio Art Development Committee
- AP Studio Art: 3-D Design Course Perspective
- AP Studio Art Credit and Placement Policies at Colleges and Universities
- AP Studio Art Programs by State
AP Exam Information and Resources
- About Digital Submission
- Digital Submission Web Demo
- Digital Submission Web Application
- Digital Submission FAQs
- 3-D Design Portfolio with Student Samples and Scoring Guidelines
- Portfolio Tips
AP Course Audit Information
From the College Board
From Your AP Colleagues
- Aesthetics and the Development of the Concentration
- Using a Sketchbook in AP Studio Art
- 3-D Design Portfolio: Creating a Moment of Beauty on the Land
- 3-D Design Lesson Plan: Elongated Pinch Pot Vessel
- Approaches to Concentration: Ideas and Execution
- Leading Critiques in Studio Art Classes
Images from the Studio Art Poster
Course Content - Related Articles
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- Field Trips as a Means in Developing Concentrations
- How the Studio Art Portfolio is Graded
- Curriculum Revision and Vertical Teaming
- Tips for Starting a Successful AP Studio Art Program
- Studio Art Vertical Teaming in Polk County Schools
- Parallel Lessons for AP Studio Art Instructors
- Diversity in the Art Classroom
- Teaching Studio Art to a Diverse Group of Students
- Cartooning and Comic Book Art in the AP Studio Art Environment
- AP Vertical Teams for Studio Art: Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
- The Role of the AP Studio Art Development Committee
Reviews of Teaching Resources
There are currently more than 250 reviews of Studio Art resources, including textbooks, Web sites, software, and more, in the Teachers' Resources area. Each review describes the resource and suggests ways it might be used in the classroom.
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