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Art 3: Monoprints & Art and the Invisible QUIZ

Quiz by Juliana Monteiro

High School
Art, Level III
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) - Electives

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High School
Art, Level III
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) - Electives

117.304.C.1
117.304.C.2.B
117.304.C.3.B
117.304.C.4
117.304.C.4.B
117.304.C.3.A

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  • Q1
    What is a monoprint?
    A print made by pulling ink through a screen
    A print made from a linoleum block
    A print made using oil or wax and water on a stone
    A type of printmaking where the final image can only be made ONCE (each one is different).
    120s
    117.304.C.1
  • Q2
    What happens to a monoprint if too much ink is used?
    Nothing
    The ink cause the paper to curl
    The image becomes more clear on the final print
    Ink transfers to the paper in areas where it is not wanted
    120s
    117.304.C.2.B
  • Q3
    What is a reduction print?
    A print made from a single block
    A block print consisting of a single color
    A print consisting of 2 or more colors, printed from a single block
    A print of 2 or more colors, printed from multiple blocks
    120s
    117.304.C.1
  • Q4
    Damien Davis recently created a series of artworks highlighting which historical event?
    The Tulsa Massacre of 1921
    The lynching of Emmett Till
    The Great Migration
    The Civil Rights Movement
    300s
    117.304.C.3.B
  • Q5
    Which artist created a series exploring the lynching of Mexican-Americans?
    Vincent Valdez
    Merritt Johnson
    Damien Davis
    120s
    117.304.C.3.B
  • Q6
    What is a possible interpretation of the smeared red line?
    Question Image
    all of these
    borders separating National Parks from the rest of the land are ultimately meaningless
    the buffalo are endangered as a result of poor environmental care
    artificial borders have a violent history among Native Americans
    300s
    117.304.C.4
  • Q7
    What might the color choices in this piece signify?
    Question Image
    fear
    wealth
    love
    pain
    300s
    117.304.C.4.B
  • Q8
    What do Merritt Johnson, Damien Davis, and Vincent Valdez have in common?
    All 3 are African-American
    All 3 are painters
    All 3 use their art to explore the relationship between race, history, and society.
    All 3 use their art to deal exclusively with personal problems
    300s
    117.304.C.3.A

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