AP® Studio Art (3-D, Time-Based, & Performance)

Collaborative studio and seminar sessions structured to address the use of contemporary practices in the 3D AP Studio art class. Course will offer participants sessions for developing curricula for new 2019-20 portfolio requirements through contemporary approaches, along with local activities, peer sharing of best practices and changes to the AP Studio Art program. 

Participants should bring the following:

Laptop computers are welcome, but not required.

Course Outline (Subject to Change):

     Daily agenda will include, but are not limited to:

  • College Board new portfolio requirements review
  • Sharing of strategies for portfolio development
  • Modeling teaching as a performance art
  • Hands-on approaches to work based in 3D actual or virtual space and performance or time-based media
  • Museum or gallery exercises(subject to availability).


Barry Lucy Barry Lucy is a 36-year veteran arts teacher. He is former high school co-chair of the AP Studio Art Development Committee. He has been a College Board consultant and Faculty Portfolio Reader/Table Leader since 2001, and has contributed articles on beginning and developing the AP Studio portfolio for College Board publications. He has presented topics related to AP Studio Art at past NAEA and College Board AP regional, state and national conventions.  He received his B.S., Ed. and M.A. from Midwestern State University.