Art and Mathematics Project Grading Rubric

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Artwork

Mathematics

Main mathematical ideas and sources:

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?

Artistry

Source of concept:

Artistry Unacceptable (1) Poor (2) Average (3) Good (4) Exceptional (Extra)
Execution of concept
Would someone want this?
Will the artist keep this?
Originality
Coherence of Ideas/Themes
Artistic effort
Artistic skill
Overall artistic difficulty

Materials

Materials used:

Unacceptable (1) Poor (2) Average (3) Good (4) Exceptional (Extra)
Choice of materials
Mastery of materials
Permanence (will it last?)
Polish

Preliminary Work

Preliminary work accompanying project:

None (1) Limited (2) Average (3) Strong (4) Exceptional (Extra)
Evidence of preliminary work
Evidence of creative process

Written Report

Relevant Mathematics Discussed Absent (0) Poor (2) Average (3) Good (4)
Identifies mathematics involved
Deeper discussion of mathematical ideas
Student understands relevant math
Mathematical sources discussed


Creating finished work Absent (0) Poor (2) Average (3) Good (4)
Insight into inspiration for work
Insight into choice of materials
Insight into choice of source material
Layout/structure of work discussed
Process of creation discussed


About the finished work Absent (0) Poor (2) Average (3) Good (4)
Disscussion of themes
Describes what viewer should understand
Comparisons with Escher/other existing artwork