Supply List
** Also available in "FORMS"

ART  

Must Haves (No need to buy new if you already have it and Share Whatever You Can):

  1. Pencils, Sharpener and Pouch, Regular #2 WOOD pencil (dark marking) + hand-held sharpener + pencil case/holder (can be a ziplock bag) EVERY DAY
  2. Erasers, White rectangular & Kneaded (gray rectangular in a clear package) OR White in a pencil tube
  3. Scissors and Ruler
  4. Paper Towels, TWO Rolls – can be partial rolls – the school provides brown ones but these are not good for painting and absorbing – we will use these every day and if every student does not bring these in then we will run out!
  5. Tape 3M double-sided poster tape
  6. Writing Utensils, markers and pens, any and all kinds, thick or thin, especially skinny blackSharpie/Permanent, and any other colors you like – we will use these a lot!
  7. Notebook & file folder & portfolio

Small, skinny notebook with pockets and paper, for assignments, sketches, and notes – checked and graded spontaneously

Plain folder (no pockets) to hold important student documents in the room file

☻ 3 sheets of large poster board (any color) and wide-clear or duct tape to build a portfolio (may use a portfolio that has been previously made for class and is in GOOD shape/bought one)

                                             

These supplies promote personal interest and meaning to the projects and promote personal responsibility and are usually what students do not wish to share in a community way. 

Due 1 week

Without these supplies it is difficult for you to fully participate in class resulting in a loss of participation points each day

All other supplies provided (art papers, paint, drawing medium, glues, hand tools, boards, graphite, carving tools, sculpting materials, long rulers, trays, canvas, paintbrushes, stencils, charcoal, pastels, etc.)

Fee $30.  Any donations are needed and will be greatly appreciated.  Thank you.

I have brought in and checked off all the required supplies resulting in +50 points.

Name ____________________________________              Date ____________________

 Something NEW

¨ iPad, we will be using one for some projects!  You will be bringing one in if you have one.

¨ You might want an inexpensive stylus

¨ Establish a homework location and schedule

¨ Prepare a school calendar of all important events

 

 

Sculpture Materials List

In lieu of a textbook for this course, we have provided a list of materials for you to obtain in order to complete your hands-on assignments. Some of these materials you may already own or may be able to obtain from your school. Others you may need to purchase or order. It is strongly recommended that you explore Remind and online techniques and look through the materials lists early on in the class to ensure you have everything you need for each of the weekly assignments! Supplies needed will be announced 2 weeks ahead of each project.  Start collecting now!

Required Materials

The following materials are required for this course. Many of these items will be used multiple times throughout the course as well. Items on the list are only needed in small amounts and can be what you already have.  Any color and gauge you choose. These are items are to promote personal interest and meaning to the projects, and to promote personal responsibility and that most students do not like to share in a community way because overuse breaks them.

  • Cardboard or Chipboard
  • Exacto knife
  • Thin wire for details (recommended 22 gauge or higher)
  • Thick wire for structure (recommended 16 – 22 gauge)
  • Paper outside of what is provided such as wrapping paper, packages, etc. for personal choice and variety
    • Thin paper (newspaper, butcher block paper, kraft paper, etc.)
    • Thick paper (tagboard, poster board, etc.)
    • Thin colored paper or colored kraft paper
  • Modge Podge
  • Paintbrush
  • Masking tape

  • Scissors

  • Metal ruler

  • Pencil

  • Hot glue gun and glue sticks

  • Plastic containers (to mix plaster in)

  • Storage/freezer bags

  • Liquid clear coat (varnish)

  • Gloves (leatherish and rubber )

  • Needle nose pliers

  • Wire cutter

  • Safety Glasses

  • Natural items (shells, leaves, seeds, etc.) for ephemeral work

Choice of Materials

Many assignments in this course include a level of choice. You will need to create an additive sculpture during week three, for example, but you can choose to create a planar sculpture, wire sculpture, or paper mache piece. Please review each assignment listed below and order the supplies necessary to complete your work.  Quantity will depend on the scale of your work.

Additive Sculpture (Week 3)

  • Canary Corrugated Cardboard Cutter

  • Plastic or non-porous molds (face, bowls, etc.)

  • Wooden blocks or styrofoam for sculpture base

  • Staple gun (if using a wooden base)

  • Nylons

  • Yarn

Subtractive Sculpture (Week 4)

  • Carving Foam (floral foam is a less expensive option)

  • Carving Tools

  • Alginate Mold Gel

  • Pottery Plaster or Alginate Impression Material

  • Wire whisk or mixing extension for a drill

  • Bucket

  • Mask

[Advanced Methods (Week 5)]

 

Photography Supply Checklist - Chaney

Must Haves (No need to buy new if you already have it and Share Whatever You Can)

¨ Camera, you must have a camera with manual features EVERY DAY.  If yours is lost or broken, you must get another one.  Know your camera settings and functions – look them up online if you do not have the operation manual.

          

 Good Examples                                Great Setup but not necessary for an Introduction Class

 

¨ 2 SD Cards or 2 Rolls of Film, you must have storage for the pictures you take and back-up

¨ Batteries, you must have charged batteries AND the charger AND extra with you EVERY DAY

¨ Flash Drive, you must have an external storage device to save your work outside of the school desktop computers EVERY DAY

AND Card Reader, to download and edit digital photographs with you EVERY DAY

¨ Tripod, any size or kind

¨ Writing Utensils, markers and pens, thick or thin, permanent

¨ Notebooks & file folder

Small, skinny notebook with pockets and paper, for assignments and notes – checked and graded spontaneously

Plain folder (no pockets) to hold important student documents in the room file

 

þ These supplies promote personal responsibility and are usually what students do not wish to share in a community way. 

n  Due 1 week

n  Without these supplies it is difficult for you to fully participate in class resulting in a loss of participation points each day

n  All other supplies provided (spotlights, card readers, cords, props, desktop, adobe products and programs, how-to guides, printing, etc.)

n  Fee has been reduced to $15.  Any donations are needed and will be greatly appreciated.  Thank you.

 

I have brought in and checked off all the required supplies resulting in +50 points.

Name ____________________________________              Date ____________________

Something NEW

 

¨ iPad, we will be using one for some projects!  You will be bringing one in if you have one.

¨ You might want an inexpensive stylus and/or card reader

¨ Establish a homework location and schedule

¨ Prepare a school calendar of all important events