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analyze all Five contrasting Art Works? ?? the Museums are linked below

You will view and analyze all?Five?contrasting Art Works? ?? the Museums are linked below?(?
You can view the art in any order you wish. See original?Museum Visitation?Instructions
).??

You will create a?one-paragraph?analysis?for?each?of the analyzed art works?(
??the Assignment Essay will include an Introductory paragraph, and will continue with total of Five complete paragraphs employing all the required selection characteristics as required by Your?Museum Assignment.??The Essay will also contain a Concluding paragraph with your overall reactions to the analyzed works
). ?Although you will view?the?Five?Art objects in any order you wish,?after viewing all the Art Works, ??you will then write an?introductory?paragraph to the Museum you chose, and at least?Five???Paragraphs,?one?for each of the?Five?Art Works analyzed?[WARNING: ??do?NOT?copy and paste any information from the Internet!].??The?Virtual?Museum Visitation Report?will require the student to visit at least?Two?different? museums for the?Five?Art Works analyzed.?

The Students will be required to submit sketches and screenshots for each of the?Five?Art Works analyzed. Since?no?Museum Admittance?Selfie?and?Ticket?will be submitted, instead, students will take one computer?screenshot?for each Art Work Analyzed. Each Art Work analyzed will include a?screenshot?of the Art Work embedded right into each of the paragraphs for this the?alternate?web-based?Museum Visitation Report
,?and the?”Five“?screenshots must?also?be submitted separately to the?Virtual?Museum Visitation Report?screenshots?dropbox as well.

Museum Visitation?Sketches?(?? Five Sketches; one per art work analyzed) must be submitted to the Museum Visitation Sketches dropbox.??The PURPOSE OF SKETCHING?is so that you may sit quietly and contemplate each of the works you will write about. Looking at a work live is not the same as looking at an image or picture of the work?(like on your phone).?Explore your feelings when looking at the work. Think about how the work makes you feel. Think about what the artist may have been thinking when creating the work and the message the artist was trying to communicate. You may want to print out these?
Questions You Should Think About When Looking at Art
?before you go to help you look at the art more closely.

?The instructions and assignment requirements are as follows (?Adhere to Original Museum Visitation Requirements, which are at “


https://mdc.blackboard.com/bbcswebdav/courses/HUM1020-2203-4446/_syllabus_SARAH/_syllabus/museum.html
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Important Directions:??Please review covered course lessons to refresh the analysis of Art Works, and their applications to the surveying process. The submitted Essay should be in a formal essay format, ?? but insure that all requested questions below include an educated answer.? Essays must include all questions below and correct answers ? to the best of your abilities, or points will be deducted. If you cannot find some of the requested?questions and information?above, please provide an educated guess.? Blanks or missing assignment requirements will have points deducted.? You will analyze Five (“5“) varying Art works;? please remember to pick any single Art Work from each Museum below.

Assignment Part I:?Please view and analyze one or two of any choice of Art Works from Link Below?(
view the Art works several times.?This Museum has many exposition salons
):


https://petitegalerie.louvre.fr/visite-virtuelle/saison5/

Or the main museum link is this one:?
https://www.louvre.fr/en
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https://www.louvre.fr/en/online-tours
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(Note: You will need a great deal of??Time, since there are thousands of available Art works on display. ?You can also see another Virtual Tour Here, but the Art work does not have descriptors: “


https://www.youvisit.com/tour/louvremuseum


“. You can see an interactive floor pla Here:?”
https://www.louvre.fr/en/plan
“.?However, as stated above, ???
WARNING: ??do?NOT?copy and paste any information from the Internet!
)

Assignment Part II:?Please view and analyze one or two of any choice of Art Works from Link Below?(
view the Art works several times.?This Museum has many exposition salons
):

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https://www.youvisit.com/tour/themet

(Note: Spend a great deal of?Time, as the Museum is quite expansive.? See a list of salons with varying Works of Art Here:?”
https://artsandculture.google.com/streetview/metropolitan-museum-of-art/KAFHmsOTE-4Xyw?sv_lng=-73.9640291&sv_lat=40.7783557&sv_h=-165.1406223811868&sv_p=-0.4121072472269418&sv_pid=ebZeiD6NXGxpGZ3veCvnJw&sv_z=1
“.??Please?Read?all web page’s?Instructions?carefully.? For a list of collections, go here: “


https://artsandculture.google.com/partner


“.??However, again, ???
WARNING: ??do?NOT?copy and paste any information from the Internet!
)

Assignment Part III:?Please view and analyze any one or two choices of Art Works from Link Below?(
view the Art works several times.?This Museum has many exposition salons
):


https://www.virtualuffizi.com/map-%26-virtual-tour.html
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https://www.virtualuffizi.com/botticelli-room.html

(Note: The following is a List of the? Museum’s?Halls, ? list of scenes?


Here

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https://www.virtualuffizi.com/the-halls.html
“.???Although there are many?Halls, not all?Halls?are virtual. You may have to research to find some Art work’s titles and information. However, again, ???
WARNING: ??do?NOT?copy and paste any information from the Internet!
)

Alternate ? Part IV (??possible extra-credit?):?Please view and analyze one or two Art Works from Link Below?(
view the Art works several times.?These Museums have many exposition salons
):


https://www.musee-orsay.fr/en/espace-professionnels/professionals/teachers-and-youth-leaders/teaching-resources/online-resources.html
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https://www.musee-orsay.fr/en/espace-professionnels/professionals/teachers-and-youth-leaders/teaching-resources/online-resources.html#c18197

Or,?
https://artsandculture.google.com/streetview/british-museum/AwEp68JO4NECkQ?sv_lng=-0.1266024509257022&sv_lat=51.51905368906714&sv_h=306&sv_p=0&sv_pid=JeKwUFYAMWXNWPh3IOg3jw&sv_z=1

Or,?
https://www.musee-orsay.fr/en/accueil.html?tx_kleemobileredirection=1
.?Or,??
https://blogs.getty.edu/iris/explore-getty-art-resources-closed-coronavirus/
. ? Or,?
https://artsandculture.google.com/project/guggenheim-bilbao
. Or,?
https://www.guggenheim.org/collection-online
? Or,??
https://www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-modernr
.? Or,?
http://m.museivaticani.va/content/museivaticani-mobile/en.html
.

(Note: For these?Museums, you will need to spend a great deal of time exploring.??However, again, ???
WARNING: ??do?NOT?copy and paste any information from the Internet!
)

As per the traditional face-2-face?
Museum Visitation Report
, you will include the following assignment requirements?for?each?of?five?Art Work selections you have chosen from the above links (Note: since this is an Art analysis, no Artist or Art Work work biographical information is needed).? After viewing and reviewing again each of the above links in their entirety, ??you will then write an essay that includes a single paragraph analysis for a single Art Work from?each?of the works above, that is solely based on?one?two?chosen Works of Art for each Museum (???the above Museums each have many works of Art). First, list the title of the work, artist?s name, year, genre, the museum?s name where the work is located, and a hyperlink to the work you are describing. Follow this with a detailed paragraph that analyzes the work of art both?
formally
?and?
contextually
: one paragraph per work of art/category.? You? may have to do more research online to describe the work contextually.

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? First, you will select a museum from the class list to visit. If you live in town, you must choose from this list. All the museums are linked on the table below, so you can check their websites to see what special exhibits they are showing.?For students from out of town, you must email me the name and a link to the museum you wish to visit. You must give me at least 2 weeks’ notice for approval before you go.

? You can travel to the museum on your own, with friends, or even with your group members from class.

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REMEMBER?to bring your student ID so that you get a discount on admission.?

? REMEMBER?to keep your ticket and/or receipt as proof that you visited the museum.? Please also take a selfie, (flash off) with at least one of the works you discuss in your paper. You will upload both of these to the Museum Sketch dropbox.?

? Call the museum you have chosen to ask if they have one day a week where entrance is free. Most museums do.?

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REMEMBER,?when you call make sure to ask if all sections of the museum, including their traveling exhibit(s) are open, so you do not make a wasted trip.

? You may want to call or ask at the museum if they run tours. If so, you may want to do the tour to get an introduction to the museum.

? REMEMBER?to print out Paper Guidelines before you go, so you know what to take notes on!

? Plan to spend at least 2 hours there so that you can complete notes to help write your paper when you return home.?REMEMBER?to sketch?ALL FIVE?OF the works you will discuss in your paper. YOU NEED A SKETCH FOR?EACH?SECTION A-E.?I just want a rough sketch. I am not expecting a Rembrandt.

? THE PURPOSE OF SKETCHING?is so that you may sit quietly and contemplate each of the works you will write about. Looking at a work live is not the same as looking at an image or picture of the work (like on your phone). Explore your feelings when looking at the work. Think about how the work makes you feel. Think about what the author may have been thinking when creating the work and the message the author was trying to communicate. You may want to print out these??


Questions You Should Think About When Looking at Art?


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Questions You Should Think About When Looking at Art – Alternative Formats


??before you go to help you look at the art more closely.

? ONLY?pick from the list of museums below. Through the years, these museums have had the highest quality exhibitions. They provide educational support through literature, videos, etc. You may not go to a museum or art gallery that is not on the list.?For students from out of town, you must email me the name and a link to the museum you wish to visit. You must give me at least 2 weeks’ notice for approval before you go.

? Please don’t ask me if you can go to a science museum, a history museum, an art gallery, an arts/crafts festival, or the Body’s Exhibit instead. These art, not?art?museums, and thus will not qualify for this paper.

Museums:

View these videos before your visit.


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??Print – Alternative Formats??these directions and the Paper Guidelines out and take them with you to the museum.?Also take a sketch pad to sketch the works you will discuss in your paper.

1. Begin by walking through the museum. Note that all museums have permanent collections (artwork they own) and exhibitions (traveling art shows).

2. Look at the art with care. If possible “listen” to it and hear what the artist is trying to communicate.?

3. Take notes based on Paper Guidelines.

4. THE PURPOSE OF SKETCHING?is so that you may sit quietly and contemplate each of the works you will write about. Looking at a work live is not the same as looking at an image or picture of the work (like on your phone). Explore your feelings when looking at the work. Think about how the work makes you feel. Think about what the author may have been thinking when creating the work and the message the author was trying to communicate. You may want to print out these??


Questions You Should Think About When Looking at Art


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Questions You Should Think About When Looking at Art – Alternative Formats


???before you go to help you look at the art more closely.

5. ?REMEMBER?to sketch?ALL FIVE?OF the works you will discuss in your paper. YOU NEED A SKETCH FOR?EACH?SECTION A-E.?I just want a rough sketch. I am not expecting a Rembrandt.

Write Report (Read all directions carefully before you start!)

1. Your report should follow the guidelines stated under the??


Written Assignments


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Written Assignments – Alternative Formats


?section of your syllabus. Your paper must be typed in a 10-12 point font, double-spaced with margins that are no more than 1 inch.

2. If you don’t have Microsoft Word, save your file as a .txt, .pdf, or .rtf file. Title your document with one word. For example, I might use sarah1.doc.

3. Your report must be at least 700 words.?You need a sketch for each section A-E.

4. Please make sure to turn in your own work. Use your own words, not summaries of the descriptions of the artwork listed in the exhibit brochure or displayed with the objects’ titles.

5. Also, this report is an individual project. It should not be done with other students.

6. Any papers that are plagiarized will be turned back to the student and an “F” grade will be given.

7. Make sure to upload your paper to the dropbox and read your originality report. If your paper is above 5% copied (excluding quotes) make the necessary changes before re-submitting it into the dropbox. For more information on using the turnitin dropboxes ??


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8. Sketches should NOT be included when you upload your paper. They should be scanned in and uploaded to the separate Sketch dropbox or they can be faxed to the number in the syllabus. Make sure your professor’s name is on the cover sheet. The sketches can also be mailed to the address in the syllabus.

9. If you have problems getting started writing your report, take a look at??


Questions You Should Think About When Looking at Art


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Questions You Should Think About When Looking at Art – Alternative Formats


?.?DO NOT LIST THE QUESTIONS YOU HAVE. ANSWER THEM.

Print these guidelines out and write on ALL of the sections Part A – Part E

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??to?print?a copy of the Paper Guidelines.

Part A. The Most Beautiful Object in the Museum

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1. As you walk through the museum, you should seek the most beautiful object you can find. When you have discovered it, stand or sit before it for at least two minutes.

1. Try not at first to look at the “title” or other information displayed with the object. Use your insight and imagination to understand the art before you.

1. Think about what thoughts and questions are going through your mind as you look at the object. Try to answer these questions in your paper; don’t just list questions without answers.

1. Take notes that express your feelings and thoughts plainly and simply.

1. Make a 8 x 10 sketch of the object, including the important details. (Do not worry about your artistic talent – I just want to see your impression of what you saw.)

1. This part of the paper should include:

6. the name of the museum you visited.

6. the title of the work you selected, its artist, and the country the artist is from.

6. a detailed description of the work and why you selected it. (Use??


Questions You Should Think about When Looking at Art


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Questions You Should Think About When Looking at Art – Alternative Formats


??if you get stuck. However, do not list the questions in your paper. Answer them.)

6. the feelings the work aroused in you.

6. your 8×10 sketch, including the important details.

Part B. The Most Interesting Non-European/Non-North American Work of Art

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? Follow the directions for Part A. Make sure to list the country the artist is from. (Make sure to complete a sketch.)

Part C. The Most Disturbing Work of Art OR A Work of Art that You Disliked

1.

? Follow the directions for Part A. (Make sure to complete a sketch.)

Part D. 2 Paragraphs about a Special Exhibition

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? Please add a paragraph about a special exhibit at the museum. What was the title of the exhibit? What was the purpose of the exhibit? Give a general description of the artwork that is part of the exhibit.

? In your second paragraph, select an object you feel is the most significant of this particular exhibit. Make sure to include the title of the piece, the artist, country of origin, a description and sketch, and why you thought it was the most significant of the exhibit. (Make sure to complete a sketch.)

Part E. What Would You Take Home

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1. If you could take one work home, from anything in the museum, what would you select and why? Describe the work you have selected. (Make sure to complete a sketch.)

Part F: Follow These Procedures

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1. Make sure your paper has a title.

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1. Make sure your paper is AT LEAST 700 words.

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1. If you have trouble writing your paper, go to??
Questions You Should Think about When Looking at Art
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Questions You Should Think About When Looking at Art – Alternative Formats
?.?Please do not list the questions you are using. Just answer them.

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1. Your paper must be typed in a 10-12 point font,?double-spaced?with margins that are no more than 1 inch.

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1. If you don’t have Microsoft Word, save your file as a .txt, .pdf, or .rtf file. Name your document with one word. For example, I might use sarah1.doc.

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1. Please make sure to turn in your own work. Use your own words, not summaries of the descriptions of the artwork listed in the exhibit brochure or displayed with the objects’ titles.

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1. Also, this report is an individual project. It should not be done with other students.

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1. Make sure to upload your paper to the dropbox and read your originality report. If your paper is above 5% copied (excluding quotes) make the necessary changes before re-submitting it into the dropbox. For more information on using turnitin dropboxes inside of Blackboard and understanding originality reports,??
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1. Any papers that are plagiarized will be turned back to the student and an “F” grade will be given. You will then not be eligible to pass the course.

1. Your?FIVE?Sketches should NOT be included when you upload your paper. They should be scanned in and uploaded to the separate Museum Sketch dropbox.? The sketches can also be snail mailed to the address in the syllabus.?Please scan in your ticket/receipt AND your selfie?with one of the works you described in your paper and upload these to the museum sketch dropbox?as proof of your visit.

Museum Policies and Rules of Conduct

Museums and galleries are concerned about both the exhibition and the protection of the works of art in its collection. Knowing and observing the below rules will be helpful.

1. PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH ANY WORK OF ART IN THE MUSEUM.?Try to keep at least eight inches away to avoid any accidental damage. Be be prepared for a gallery attendant to to remind you if you get too close.

2. APPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR. Eating, drinking, gum chewing, and smoking are not permitted in the galleries. Running, jumping, and physically fooling around are not permitted because of the hazard they create for the artwork and for other visitors. Children are welcome, but their behavior should be monitored by adult companions.

3. PHOTOGRAPHY/VIDEOGRAPHY.??ASK FIRST.?Flash photography, videography and the use of tripods are almost always prohibited.?You should be allowed to take a selfie with one of the works you described in your paper with your FLASH OFF.

4. HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBILITY.?Reserved parking, wheel chairs, and elevators are available. Inquire at the front desk for assistance.

5. STUDENT DISCOUNTS.?Ask at the front desk if student discounts are available. (Be sure to have you Student ID with you.) Or you can call ahead, to see if the museum offers free admission one day a week.?Please scan in your ticket/receipt AND your?selfie?with one of the works you described in your paper and upload these to the museum sketch?dropbox?as proof of your visit.

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Please submit your completed?Virtual?Museum Visitation Report?to the?TurnItIn.ComDropbox located located below these?Virtual?Museum Visitation Report?instructions. Please upload all “Five” Museum Screenshots to the dropbox below these?Virtual?Museum Visitation Report?instructions, and embed all “Five” Museum Screenshots inside the?Virtual?Museum Visitation Report?essay as well.? (The Screenshots must include the art work?setting; e.g.: The Art Work screenshot must be located in its?Displayed Museum Setting, with full Museum Wall included inside the screenshot.? If the Screenshot (s) does not include the natural Museum complete setting, then NO CREDIT will be given for the entire?Virtual?Museum Visitationsubmission; ?? see the?Virtual?Museum Visitation Report?instructions).

Important? assignment details and reminders:

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1. The?Alternate???Virtual?Museum Visitation Report?will be submitted inside of?this?Blackboard class.?

2. Once you have chosen Art Works for each?Alternate???Museum Visitation Report?composition, observe and analyze the Art Work several times so that you can make an educated and informed analysis.?This?Alternate???Museum Visitation Report?will be due by “March 8th, 2022” at before “11p.m.” online.

3. The?Virtual?Museum Visitation Report?requires very specific instructions;?read?and?review?all instructions?CAREFULLY!

4. Again, as stated above, the?Museum Visitation Report????TurnItIn.Com?Dropbox?is located inside the initial?Museum Visitation Report?folder. Also, the?Museum Visitation?Sketches dropbox?and the?Virtual?Museum Visitation Report?screenshots dropbox are located inside the?Museum Visitation Report?folder as well.?

5. Please insure that?each?of the chosen Art Work you are analyzing includes a?screenshot?of the segment of the Work of Art you are writing about?(?see?screenshot?instructions below).?The?screenshots?will be embedded Inside your submitted?Virtual???Museum Visitation Reportessay and the?Virtual?Museum Visitation Report?screenshot dropbox. If you do not include a?screenshot?for each analyzed art works, you will not receive??Virtual???Museum Visitation Report?points; ?? be very careful!?

6.
Museum Visitation?Sketches?(?? Five Sketches; one per art work analyzed)?must be submitted to the?Museum Visitation?Sketches dropbox.? THE PURPOSE OF SKETCHING?is so that you may sit quietly and contemplate each of the works you will write about. Looking at a work live is not the same as looking at an image or picture of the work (like on your phone). Explore your feelings when looking at the work. Think about how the work makes you feel. Think about what the artist may have been thinking when creating the work and the message the artist was trying to communicate. You may want to print out these?



Questions You Should Think About When Looking at Art


?before you go to help you look at the art more closely.

7. ?? If you were to attend an in-person?Museum Visitation??event, you would probably need a few hours to complete the project. Between planning, ticket purchase, driving in traffic, parking, finding the venue and sitting down at the Museum, attending the?Museum Visitation, driving back home, etc. ?? at least five?six hours of your time would be consumed. Therefore, please use at least five-six hours of your time to watch, observe, and analyze all Works of Art for this assignment, which should be around three hours.? The remaining two-three hours should be dedicated to submitting a quality?Virtual???Museum Visitation Report,?which adheres to all assignment instructions and requirements?.


Please read this rubric carefully to understand the expectations for the Museum Visitation/Alternative Assignment. Please use the Guidelines for your chosen paper when writing your essay. Papers that do not meet the word requirement or do not follow the Guidelines will receive a zero. Students who do not turn in a Visitation/Alternative Assignment will not be eligible to pass the course.

Please see the syllabus for more information. Rubric details occur on the next page.

Museum Visitation/Alternative Assignment Rubric

Criteria

Unsatisfactory (0-59 points)

Needs Improvement (60-79 points)

Satisfactory (80-89 points)

Outstanding (90-100 points)

Points Possible (400)

Aesthetic Appreciation – Interpretation

Lacks recognition and interpretation of the creative expression or the transformation in the work(s).

Has difficulty recognizing and interpreting the creative expression or the transformation in the work(s).

Adequately recognizes and interprets the creative expression or the transformation in the work(s).

Clearly recognizes and interprets the complexity, creative expression, or the transformation in the work(s).

Aesthetic Appreciation Analysis & Connections

Response is not analytical, and is missing concrete details, personal perceptions, and personal associations about the work(s).

There are no connections to course content.

Response is minimally analytical and is supported with only one of the following: concrete details, personal perceptions, or personal associations about the work(s).

There are very few connections to course content and those that are present are vague generalities.

Response is analytical and is supported with two of the following three: concrete details, personal perceptions, or personal associations about the work(s).

There are some connections to course content, but the connections lack full development of concept or thought.

Response is significantly analytical and is supported with all the following: concrete details, personal perceptions, and personal associations about the work(s).

There are real and appropriate connections to course content.

Communication

All sections of the paper guidelines may not have been addressed. Word count may not have been met.

Supporting details are general and not specific.

Vocabulary is limited.

All sections of the paper guidelines area addressed. Word count is met or exceeded.

Some supporting details are specific, but most are general.

Vocabulary is limited.

All sections of the paper guidelines are addressed. Word count is met or exceeded.

Most supporting details are specific and thoughtful.

Vocabulary is varied.

All sections of the paper guidelines are addressed. Word count is met or exceeded.

All supporting details are specific, well- supported, and thoughtful.

Vocabulary is varied and carefully chosen.

Grammar & Mechanics

Frequent error in word choice, sentence structure, mechanics, and punctuation seriously obscure content.

Frequent errors in sentence structure, mechanics, and punctuation may obscure the content.

Occasional errors in sentence structure, mechanics, and punctuation do not obscure content.

Sentence structure, mechanics, and punctuation are error-free. Paper is well written, and ideas are clearly expressed.

Questions to Think About When Looking at Art

Composition

Subject Matter (Content)

1. Is the work objective or non-objective art?

2. If the work is objective, what object(s) or event(s) does it show?

3. Does the title of the picture relate to it?

4. If an artist of today painted this picture, would it look the same? If not, how

would it be different?

5. Is there are theme (main idea)? If so, have you seen this theme in other works?

(Example: Love, Hate, War).

Color

1. What color is used most?

2. How many different colors have been used?

3. Is the general coloring in the painting strong/weak, bold/shy, primary/secondary,

warm/cool?

4. Describe at least two examples of the artist’s use of color.

5. Do the colors tell the time of day or season?

6. Are there lighter or darker colors in the picture? Do the light areas or dark areas

stand out most?

7. Does t

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