Personal Narratives Track

The Personal Narratives Track provides the opportunity to investigate the fundamental concept of identity by exploring personal narratives.

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The prompts in this track are designed to experiment with ways to portray personal experiences while simultaneously addressing universal themes of culture, history, and identity that can captivate a universal audience.

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Do the track at your own pace! Taking the time to process the content is important, so we don’t advise putting pressure on yourself to finish the track quickly.

Remember to have fun and enjoy the process of learning!

Show us what you make!

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Art Supplies

We understand that many people have limited budgets for supplies, so our tracks are structured so that you can use any materials you want, within that track’s focus.

Paint Media

Visit these pages for supply lists: watercolorgouacheacryl gouacheoilswater mixable oilsacrylics.

Drawing Media

ballpoint pen/gel pensdip penbrush pen markersCaran d’Ache crayonsgraphite powdercolored pencilsoft pasteloil pastelpencil, charcoalink washscratchboardwet charcoaloil sticks

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ProcreateKritaAdobe PhotoshopClip Studio PaintPaint Tool SAIAdobe FrescoMediBang PaintGimp

Lesson 1

Personal Narratives Track

Show a routine you used to have, or currently have.

Lesson 2

Personal Narratives Track

Portray an experience you had when you were 11-13 years old.

Lesson 3

Personal Narratives Track

Create an artwork about a place that you used to visit in the past, but can no longer visit for any variety of reasons.

Lesson 4

Personal Narratives Track

Show a moment of drama with any members of your family.

Lesson 5

Personal Narratives Track

Draw what you think might look like, and be doing at the age of 114.

Lesson 6

Personal Narratives Track

Using the Wong-Baker FACES Pain Rating Scale as a reference, show 6 levels of pain.

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