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Location: Harlem High School, 1070 Appling Harlem Rd, Harlem, GA 30814, USA

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BCHS Advance Placement 2-D Art and Design Portfolio Showcase 2020

Important: Because of school closures due to COVID-19, the requirements for the 2020 AP 2-D Art and Design portfolio have changed. Get the details at Taking AP Exams Online. Note that these changes to the 2020 portfolio requirements may not be reflected on all AP Students pages. This course seeks to develop skills in a two-dimensional medium such as graphic design, photography, collage, printmaking, and others as the student learns the principles of 2-D design. Students created artworks that reflect his or her own ideas and skills and what they've learned throughout the year.

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