Art and Mathematics Project Grading Rubric

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Artwork

Mathematics

Main mathematical ideas:


Math Concepts Unacceptable (1) Poor (2) Average (3) Good (4) Exceptional (Extra)
Difficulty
Correctness
Incorporation of Math Unacceptable (1) Poor (2) Average (3) Good (4) Exceptional (Extra)
Central to work
Work illustrates concept well
Obvious to untrained viewer
Did artist learn?
Does viewer learn?


Written Part

Mathematics

Symmetry Transformations Unacceptable (1) Poor (2) Average (3) Good (4) Exceptional (Extra)
Difficulty
Accuracy


Artistry

Care and attention to detail Unacceptable (1) Poor (2) Average (3) Good (4) Exceptional (Extra)
Line
Color fill
Consistency of motif
Edge conditions
Extra details?
Artistic Merit Unacceptable (1) Poor (2) Average (3) Good (4) Exceptional (Extra)
Motif outline quality
Fit of figure into outline
Theme
Overall artistic difficulty

Total: 36 points

Materials

Materials used:

Unacceptable (1) Poor (2) Average (3) Good (4) Exceptional (Extra)
Choice of surface
Choice of media
Mastery of materials
Polish

Total: 16 points

Sketchwork

None (1) Limited (2) Average (3) Strong (4) Exceptional (Extra)
Unsuccessfull or rough sketches
Quality candidate tessellations
Tessellation techniques displayed
Sketches developing chosen motif
Overall sketchwork effort

Total: 20 points

Written Report

Discussion of sketches Absent (0) Poor (2) Average (3) Good (4)
Identifies tessellation techniques used in sketches
Insight into choice of final motif
Insight into development of final motif


Creating finished work Absent (0) Poor (2) Average (3) Good (4)
Insight into choice of materials
Insight into choice of colors
Layout of underlying geometry discussed
Process of replicating motif discussed


About the finished work Absent (0) Poor (2) Average (3) Good (4)
Underlying geometry indicated
Symmetry group indicated
Comparisons with Escher's work