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CRITICAL THINKING FOR
UNDERSTANDING DECK
Modeling the Critique Process
Written and Illustrated by Emily Valenza, 2014
WHAT IS A CRITIQUE?
A critique is the process of discussion by which we examine and
evaluate creative works.
A critique ca...
WHAT DO WE CRITIQUE?
Critiques can be applied to any creative endeavor:
● Visual Arts: Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Photo...
WHY DO WE CRITIQUE?
● To understand creative works
● To improve our own work and inspire new work
● To help others underst...
CRAFTSMANSHIP
This was made with skill because…
I can identify _____ skills used to create
this piece…
CRAFTSMANSHIP EXAMPLES
This was made with skill because…
I can identify _____ skills used to create this
piece…
https://ww...
CREATOR’S IDEAS
The ideas in this piece are interesting
because…
I think this was made with _____ purpose
because …
I imag...
CREATOR’S IDEAS EXAMPLES
The ideas in this piece are interesting because…
I think this was made with _____ purpose because...
COMPARISON
This differs from _______ because…
This is similar to ________ because…
COMPARISON EXAMPLES
This differs from _______ because…
This is similar to ________ because…
https://www.youtube.com/watch?...
EMOTIONAL RESPONSE
This makes me feel ______ because…
I imagine this piece might make others feel
__________ because…
EMOTIONAL RESPONSE EXAMPLES
This makes me feel ______ because…
I imagine this piece might make others feel __________ beca...
QUESTIONS
I don’t understand this because…
I wonder what the creator was thinking here
because…
QUESTION EXAMPLES
I don’t understand this because…
I wonder what the creator was thinking here
because…
Marc Chagall, Pari...
INSPIRATION
This piece inspires me to _______
because…
I have an idea to create ______ because…
INSPIRATION EXAMPLES
This piece inspires me to _______ because…
I have an idea to create ______ because…
https://www.youtu...
FORMAL PRINCIPLES
I can describe this with words from class like
…
This relates to our class/lesson because…
FORMAL PRINCIPLES EXAMPLES
I can describe this with words from class like
…
This relates to our class/lesson because…
Raph...
CONNECTIONS
This reminds me of_____ because…
This is related to ______ because…
CONNECTIONS EXAMPLES
This reminds me of_____ because…
This is related to ______ because…
Stuart Mortimer, Squid Series #2,...
SUGGESTIONS TO STRUCTURE A
CRITIQUE
● Class discussion
● Pair discussion
● Self-evaluation
● Written responses
o used to s...
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Prompts for Critique and Understanding

  1. 1. CRITICAL THINKING FOR UNDERSTANDING DECK Modeling the Critique Process Written and Illustrated by Emily Valenza, 2014
  2. 2. WHAT IS A CRITIQUE? A critique is the process of discussion by which we examine and evaluate creative works. A critique can be done alone, with a few people, or in a large group. Critiques might be about your work, your classmates’ work, or a famous piece that is made by someone you do not know.
  3. 3. WHAT DO WE CRITIQUE? Critiques can be applied to any creative endeavor: ● Visual Arts: Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Photography, Performance Art, Installations, Digital Art, Film, Fashion & Costume Design, etc. ● Performing Arts: Dance, Musical Compositions, Vocal Performances, Instrumental Performances, Acting, Playwriting, Directing, Stage Design, Sound Design, etc! ● Writing ● Cuisine Can you think of more areas to critique?
  4. 4. WHY DO WE CRITIQUE? ● To understand creative works ● To improve our own work and inspire new work ● To help others understand and improve their work ● To fully experience a creative work A critique is not meant to be negative. A good critique is honest and constructive.
  5. 5. CRAFTSMANSHIP This was made with skill because… I can identify _____ skills used to create this piece…
  6. 6. CRAFTSMANSHIP EXAMPLES This was made with skill because… I can identify _____ skills used to create this piece… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKezUd_xw20 Carrie Mae Weems, Self Portrait, photograph, 2002
  7. 7. CREATOR’S IDEAS The ideas in this piece are interesting because… I think this was made with _____ purpose because … I imagine the thought process/intent of the creator was _____ because …
  8. 8. CREATOR’S IDEAS EXAMPLES The ideas in this piece are interesting because… I think this was made with _____ purpose because … I imagine the thought process/intent of the creator was _____ because … I’m Nobody! Who are you? (260) Emily Dickinson, 1830 - 1886 I’m Nobody! Who are you? Are you – Nobody – too? Then there’s a pair of us! Don’t tell! they’d advertise – you know! How dreary – to be – Somebody! How public – like a Frog – To tell one’s name – the livelong June – To an admiring Bog! Dorothea Tanning, On Time Off Time, 1948
  9. 9. COMPARISON This differs from _______ because… This is similar to ________ because…
  10. 10. COMPARISON EXAMPLES This differs from _______ because… This is similar to ________ because… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JjLuh4Ns7shttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRlUwaNwY4 c
  11. 11. EMOTIONAL RESPONSE This makes me feel ______ because… I imagine this piece might make others feel __________ because…
  12. 12. EMOTIONAL RESPONSE EXAMPLES This makes me feel ______ because… I imagine this piece might make others feel __________ because… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIdIqbv7SPoLouise Bourgeois, Maman (Mother), 1999
  13. 13. QUESTIONS I don’t understand this because… I wonder what the creator was thinking here because…
  14. 14. QUESTION EXAMPLES I don’t understand this because… I wonder what the creator was thinking here because… Marc Chagall, Paris Through the Window, 1913 Jenny Holzer,Truisms, Times Square, NY, LED display, 1970’s
  15. 15. INSPIRATION This piece inspires me to _______ because… I have an idea to create ______ because…
  16. 16. INSPIRATION EXAMPLES This piece inspires me to _______ because… I have an idea to create ______ because… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNJdJIwCF_Y
  17. 17. FORMAL PRINCIPLES I can describe this with words from class like … This relates to our class/lesson because…
  18. 18. FORMAL PRINCIPLES EXAMPLES I can describe this with words from class like … This relates to our class/lesson because… Raphael, School of Athens, Fresco, Apostolic Palace, Vatican City, 1509-1511 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Up6esqYMGU
  19. 19. CONNECTIONS This reminds me of_____ because… This is related to ______ because…
  20. 20. CONNECTIONS EXAMPLES This reminds me of_____ because… This is related to ______ because… Stuart Mortimer, Squid Series #2, pink ivory, ebony wood, 2002Arthur Dove, 1941, wax emulsion on canvas, 1941
  21. 21. SUGGESTIONS TO STRUCTURE A CRITIQUE ● Class discussion ● Pair discussion ● Self-evaluation ● Written responses o used to structure an essay o short statements on post-its o checklist with comments

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