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topic1 For many people, modern and contemporary art have the reputation of being

topic1
For many people, modern and contemporary art have the reputation of being difficult to understand and appreciate. But as we have seen in the course, artists have intentionally chosen strategies to challenge the status quo and “common sense”. In other words, artists see value in the difficult. What makes an artwork difficult? What would be considered a difficult image or a difficult form? Do difficult artworks remain difficult? Or are they understood differently over time?
Difficulty, for the purpose of this essay question, is not only what you personally find difficult, but what has been presented in the course material as being challenging to the general viewer. Identify artworks by at least three different artists discussed in the course – ones who clearly value difficulty. Then, analyze the challenging nature of each work and explain what role “difficulty” or antagonism plays. Consider this as an intentional artistic strategy and a positive attribute in 20th century art.  Cite specific art works by artists that we have examined in the course. Include information about artistic, historical , intellectual or theoretical contexts discussed in the course materials.
As much as possible, use your own words and do not rely too much on lengthy quotations and citations from the text.
As ever, I ask that you please observe proper MLA citation formats to support your quotes and citations. This is important.
All of your sources should be included in your bibliography
Please don’t include images with your essay. Just describe each work.
ESSAY TOPIC #2
Given the many new artistic methods, media, artistic objectives – as well as popular visual media and imaging technologies that we now take for granted – what new technical, creative, and intellectual skills do contemporary artists today need?
For the purpose of this essay question, new skills are ones that artists prior to 1900 would not be expected—or have been able—to use in their work, but become important for the new art practices that emerged in the 20th century.
Your essay must identify, contextualize, and evaluate three distinct new artistic methods that interest you. Please, use the work of three individual artists that were discussed or introduced in this course as examples.
You must also cite specific 20th century artistic, intellectual, and technological developments presented in the course materials that support your argument. Think creatively about the new art forms we have discussed throughout the course, especially conceptual art, performance, activism, and work involving new visual technologies. Be creative, but make sure you define concrete and precise skills and the rationale for their use in 20th century are. For example, the argument “I will show how being skilled with technology could be useful for artists” is too general. A proper argument would identify a specific technology and a precise reason why it is useful for contemporary art making. ie photography, video, the readymade etc…
As much as possible, use your own words and do not rely too much on lengthy quotations and citations from the text.
As ever, I ask that you please observe proper MLA citation formats to support your quotes and citations. This is important.
All of your sources should be included in your bibliography
Please don’t include images with your essay. Just describe each work.
ESSAY TOPIC #3
Faced with the exhilaration, alienation, and developments of 20th century life, artists “…could embrace it…they could reject it for its materialism…or they could attempt to reform it.” (Wood 19)
In your opinion, is the role of the artist and the function of art most closely associated with one of these approaches? Would you argue that these approaches are mutually exclusive, or could an artist address the world around them in their work in multiple ways? In your argument, make sure you provide a little context for the approaches listed above. Link them to specific artists and artworks – to cultural, intellectual, political or technological changes discussed in the course thus far. Use relevant key terms, material from the reading assignments, and describe artworks by at least three individual artists discussed in the course as evidence and examples to support your argument.
As much as possible, use your own words and do not rely too much on lengthy quotations and citations from the text.
As ever, I ask that you please observe proper MLA citation formats to support your quotes and citations. This is important.
All of your sources should be included in your bibliography
Please don’t include images with your essay. Just describe each work.

Overview: In Final Project Part Two, you will develop a multimedia presentation

Overview: In Final Project Part Two, you will develop a multimedia presentation in which you will have a chance to reflect on what you have learned about your
artifact, yourself, and society through analyzing its impact on popular culture. You will also be able to apply your communication skills and integrate multimedia
elements to communicate your message to an audience. This milestone is due in Module Five.
In developing this presentation, you will be able to use your analysis from the first part of this project as a starting point. The reflective nature of this activity
prompts you to dig deeper and consider the implications posed by the critical analysis of your artifact. How does studying popular culture affect how you
understand yourself as well as the world around you? You’ll also be challenged to incorporate a dash of creativity to enhance your message.
Multimedia Presentation: For the second part of the project, you will create a multimedia presentation that incorporates audio narration and visuals to
articulate how critically analyzing your popular culture artifact impacts your own framework of perception and ability to constructively engage in society.
PowerPoint: You are required to include a combination of text and visuals in order to support your PowerPoint presentation. Use the Check File Compatibility
With Earlier Versions and Are You Having Video or Audio Playback Issues? resources to help you check compatibility between versions of Office. Also, follow the
instructions on the Microsoft Support page to compress your presentation as a zipped file. You may upload a zipped file when submitting this assignment.
Reducing the size of the PowerPoint presentation file by compressing it makes it easier for your instructor to download and grade.
Microphone: While it is not necessary to purchase a microphone for this project, you will need to have access to a microphone to record the narration of the
presentation. This could be the external microphone of your device, a set of earbuds, or equipment borrowed from a friend. This assignment is graded on the
content of the narration, not the quality of the recording.
Prompt: First, review the module resources you have encountered so far and create a presentation draft (PowerPoint with speaker notes) that analyzes the
artifact under study (the one you selected in Module Two).
Specifically, the following critical elements (which align to the critical elements required of the presentation in Final Project Part Two) must be addressed:
I. Artifact: For this section of your presentation, you will introduce the artifact and how it embodies the mediated nature of popular culture and any
topics that have been discussed in the course.
A. Using appropriate research strategies, describe the relationship between your artifact and popular culture. What is the origin of your artifact?
B. What is the relationship between popular culture and your artifact? How does one influence the other? Using appropriate research strategies,
describe the impact of your artifact on society. In your explanation, consider who is impacted by the artifact and what is important to know
about the attitudes, behaviors, and choices of those who are impacted by the artifact.
C. Using relevant research or diverse perspectives, assess how society impacts your artifact.
II. Yourself: This section of your presentation explores how studying popular culture influences your individual framework of perception with respect to
your discipline of study or profession.
A. How has critically analyzing your popular culture artifact informed your individual framework of perception? Consider how it has altered the
way you perceive the world.
B. How can critically analyzing popular culture influence your field of study or profession? How can popular culture inform your understanding of
the next big topic of study in your field or profession in the next five to ten years?
III. Society: This section of your presentation explores how studying popular culture enhances your ability to engage constructively in society.
A. How does critically analyzing popular culture add value to how you interact with people and popular culture artifacts? Supplement your
reasoning with examples.
B. Recommend strategies for using this kind of critical analysis for meeting your personal and professional goals. What might this look like in your
everyday life? Consider how popular culture can be used to address the day-to-day responsibilities or questions faced by practitioners in your
field or discipline.
IV. Conclusion
A. Using relevant research or diverse perspectives, assess the benefits and challenges of addressing issues in popular culture.
B. Explain how critically analyzing popular culture adds value to interactions with people in personal and professional contexts.
V. Presentation: Throughout your presentation, you will be assessed on your ability to use effective communication skills to deliver your message to your
audience.
A. Construct your presentation in a way that ensures the audio and visual elements are logically organized in order to convey your message to your
audience.
B. Provide supporting evidence in your presentation that supports the importance of the critical analysis of popular culture and the impact of your
artifact.
C. Develop the audio narration to logically flow with the presentation to articulate the importance of critically analyzing popular culture and the
impact of your artifact.
Rubric
Guidelines for Submission: Milestone Three should be approximately 10 to 12 slides. You are required to include a combination of text and visuals in order to
support your work. Support your presentation with relevant resources cited in APA format and noted on a separate slide. If you require alternative
accommodations for completing this assignment, reach out to your instructor directly for more information.
Note: TurnItIn, the originality report feature used in the course, is not able to check PowerPoint submissions for plagiarism. Thus, you should submit your
speaker notes in a separate Word document. Both files (PowerPoint and Word) can be submitted through the Milestone Three submission form.
Please note that the grading rubric for this milestone submission is not identical to that of the final project. The Final Project Part Two Rubric will include an
additional “Exemplary” category that provides guidance as to how you can go above and beyond “Proficient” in your final submission.

In an organized essay of 250-350 words, discuss, describe, and analyze how the a

In an organized essay of 250-350 words, discuss, describe, and analyze how the artist uses shape and line in Fukagawa Lumberyards.  Is there a dominant line?  If so, what is it and what makes it the dominant line?  Does the artist use horizontal lines?  Where are they in the composition?  Describe this  — use directionals –left, right, center, top, bottom.  Verticals? Where?  Describe this.  Diagonals?  Where?  Describe this.  What about shape?  Is the composition balanced?  If so, what line/shape makes it balanced?  If not, why not?  Use these questions to help you formulate your conclusions and back up your conclusions with details you describe from the composition.
See uploaded file for picture or use link below for larger image
https://collections.mfa.org/objects/207373
additional resources at this link

Looking at art

REQUIRED STEPS: 1. Please read through and/or print the GALLERY GUIDE 2. Select

REQUIRED STEPS:
1. Please read through and/or print the GALLERY GUIDE
2. Select and visit a local museum or gallery IN-PERSON and include evidence in the form of:
a dated entry receipt and/or,
a selfie at the location wearing a lapel sticker from the institution
You must either attached as a jpg or embedded into your analysis file. (10 points)
You may only select one of the places listed on Art Museums and Galleries in San Antonio. See the links for each venue for entrance fees, free nights and student discount/free entrance. If you happen to live out of San Antonio, please contact me to discuss options in your area.
2. Select ONE work of art that appeals to you. The work you select must fit into one of the categories below*:
Painting
Drawing
Sculpture
Printmaking
Photography/Video art
DO NOT select Craft or Functional Design –  including:
Pottery
Glassware
Garments/Clothing
Coffins/Sarcophagi
Jewelry
Furniture
* If possible, take/find an image of your selected work (but be sure to check on the photo policy of the museum or gallery before snapping any photos. The museum guards or the reception desk attendants are very helpful!)
3. If you have one, bring/use the Museum Journal  (pp.1-28) to work through the elements, principles, appearance and media of your selected artwork.
PRELIMINARY OUTLINE: Please answer the following for yourself in order to create an outline from which to write your essay NOTE: The submitted work will be in essay form and should not use the numbers below – this is for outline/organizational purposes only.
1. Identify the title (in italics), medium, artist, and the museum in which you saw it.
2. Briefly describe the subject matter (but not the content). Describe what is seen in the work; not what the work makes you feel.
3. Classify the work as: representational, abstract or non-representational and write one line to explain your choice.  (10 points)
4. List 3 Elements of Art* (1.1-1.5) which are the most prominent in the work.  (30 points)
For each element, write two line which describes it. Where do you see it? What adjectives could you use? Is there a specific term that you could use to name that element.
Example: One element that is the most prominent is color. The colors used most are green and red with some yellow. The green and yellow are very vivid but the red is very dark.
5. List 2 Principles of Art* (1.6-1.9) which are most obviously being used to organize the composition. (20 points)
For each principle, write two line which describes it and how it is being used? How is the principle related to the elements you have identified?
6. Address the media of the work and specifically how the inherent qualities and techniques relate to the form you have been discussing. Reread the section of this media in your textbook! Apply the correct ideas and terminology. (10 points)
Also, note that these formal /visual qualities do not include any historical information or information about the meaning or content of this work of art. These will NOT be included in this assignment. (-10 points if not met)
( I attached the gallery photo)
https://sanantonio.emuseum.com/objects/7701/adam-and-eve
Please let me know if the link works!!

Consider the imagery you encounter every day in films, television, and advertise

Consider the imagery you encounter every day in films, television, and advertisements. What messages do these media send about the human body and/or the product? How does it portray the body to make its point? How is the body framed by the camera lens for us to see?
Answer in 5-7 sentence and respond to at least one other student post.