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I realize that some of you have circumstances that may make it difficult to phys

I realize that some of you have circumstances that may make it difficult to physically visit a museum as the situation with COVID and the Delta variant still leaves large questions about safety from exposure in public places in many of our minds.
For that reason, I am providing everyone with the option of virtually visiting a museum through this link: https://artsandculture.google.com/project/street-view (Links to an external site.). The art museums listed on this page have a virtual walk-through via Google Street View. [Remember, you must visit an art museum, not one of the other cultural institutions on the site.]
If you choose this option, I want you to 1) explore the choices of art museums you can visit in Street View (see image below) and 2) explore the museums as closely as possible to visiting a museum physically on site. Look at many of the artworks before choosing one to write about.
You will need to take screenshots of the museum room you visit that has the artwork you choose as well as the artwork itself. Fortunately, most of the works on the Google Arts & Culture site have the ability for zooming in for fantastic shots.
Keep in mind that visiting an art museum virtually does not provide the same experience as visiting in person. Nevertheless, safety is a priority. So, I want you all to choose the option that is best for you.

Instruction: Construct a (virtual) exhibition with works ranging from the Palaeo

Instruction: Construct a (virtual) exhibition with works ranging from the Palaeolithic to the early modern age (you can choose to focus on a specific period). There is an overall theme that the exhibition should respond to: “Technique” (this is not to be the title of your exhibition, but rather an umbrella within which you can locate your own personal curating strategy). The final project is made of the following components: 1 an exhibition statement (3 pages) – 10% 2 A selection of artworks (circa 7/8 artworks), with a notice for each artworks, including artist, date, size, medium, location + a paragraph to explain its role/relation to your curatorial theme, and an annotated bibliography of your sources (5 references; books or academic articles) – 10%; 3 display strategy: where are you going to show your exhibition?
My comments: I already made an abstract and chose the type of art this project will be about (early Islamic textiles) and the idea is that it will be presented in the Corniche of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. So please I will need the exhibition statement which will be 3 pages, pictures of 7/8 artworks of my theme with the notice as instructed above , and an annotated bibliography – pick 5 in relation to early Islamic textiles and if its an article it needs to be a scholarly academic article. and for the display strategy as written in my abstract it will be presented in the corniche in jeddah Saudi Arabia. thanks

You will: Exhibit your visual literacy through writing, creating, synthesizing,

You will:
Exhibit your visual literacy through writing, creating, synthesizing, and analyzing visual art forms
Demonstrate your understanding and knowledge of key ideas (language of art, themes of art, process of art, history of art)
Demonstrate your ability to critically analyze, interpret, and evaluate key concepts, artists, ideas, processes
* You will choose one of the following assignments:
Create a detailed concept map of key ideas/concepts/connections/questions
Write a “So What” Essay that demonstrates what you have learned

“Enliven Your Environment” for some starter ideas. Think ahead to when you have

“Enliven Your Environment” for some starter ideas. Think ahead to when you have your own art room. Choose a specific country from which you may have immigrant students. Write about some of the ways in which you could arrange your classroom to enrich the lives of these English Language Learners. Remember, the lives of all of your students will be enriched by learning about the Culture of Origin of these new students to your school so make it interesting for everyone, including yourself! If you find photos that inspire you, include those.

read page 209-231(enfolding feminism) and write a brief summary and reflection p

read page 209-231(enfolding feminism) and write a brief summary and reflection paper. 500 words maximum double spaced. These summaries/ reflections are to be composed in prose – no point form please. Do not copy past anything from online. This paper must be 100% original.
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There should be no citation in the end. Discipline: Art history

Paper MUST be covered in the textbook: You might choose one particular socio-cul

Paper MUST be covered in the textbook:
You might choose one particular socio-cultural issue as your theme, tracing it throughout different design movements/styles, or choose any theme you want, as long as that theme allows you to address one or more socio-cultural issues throughout different design movements/styles (covered in textbook).
You will select and curate at least six thematically connected works of art that support an identified thesis about a significant cultural issue. You will have the opportunity to demonstrate your command of visual analysis and historical research, while at the same time expressing your own passions, worldview, or personal interests.
Your “theme” is simply the common thread that binds all your visual examples together, and you must address one or more socio-cultural issues in your analysis of each example.
Write a short paragraph that (1) states your proposed topic, (2) includes appropriate explanation, and (3) contains a strong thesis statement (underline your thesis statement).
Project Description:
Your completed prospectus must consist of an appropriate title, introduction, and images of at least six works of art with accompanying text, conclusion, and bibliography. Your prospectus must cover a broad chronological range (at least five different design periods or styles (including contemporary)) and at least three different design mediums (e.g., graphic design, industrial design, etc.).
Presentation and Style:
Audience/Tone: Your exhibit labels and text should be written in the objective voice; the tone should be engaging and accessible but professional. Keep the exhibition’s viewer in mind—the viewer may have no knowledge of art or design history, so you will need to provide clear explanations of concepts, vocabulary, styles, periods, etc.
Structure, Format, Clarity, Grammar/Spelling:
– Each section should be clearly labeled and arranged according to the outline below
– Writing should be clear, concise, focused, and substantive (avoid tangents and superficial observations)
– Writing should be checked for spelling/grammatical errors
Content:
1. Creative title and introductory plaque text: Give your exhibit a title that is appropriate for your topic and write a paragraph or two introducing the exhibition (this would serve as the introductory plaque your exhibit-goers would read upon entering the exhibition). This should include a strong thesis statement, which you will support throughout the exhibit through carefully selected works of art.
2. Works of art and accompanying text: Each work should be carefully selected to support your theme and thesis. You must provide one image from each of the five periods you chose, plus a contemporary example (for a total of six images). For each image, provide full identification and the following information:
– Explain how each work demonstrates your thesis.
– Explain the formal qualities of the work in relation to the specific message and function of the work, using vocabulary that is appropriate and accessible (explain any complex terms).
– Explain how each work relates to its design style/movement (cultural context).
3. Exhibit Conclusion: Write a concluding paragraph directed toward your exhibit viewers. What final thoughts (or even questions) will you leave them with as they exit?
4. Bibliography: Include a bibliography of properly formatted citations (MLA style). Include the course textbook and any other published, credible sources you consult for this project.
Be sure that the visual examples you choose for the final project are specific to design, not art history in general. For example, Impressionism is an art historical style, and we don’t cover it in this class, which tells you that it is not related to design specifically.
Please see attached for examples and project guidelines.

come up with your own original topic (so long as it deals with one of the readin

come up with your own original topic (so long as it deals with one of the readings assigned for this week). Please make clear by title/author/page number, which part of which text you discuss. Responses to these questions don’t have “right” and “wrong,” provided you make a good faith effort to deal with the readings. (These generic instructions will apply every week!) Remember, we looking for reactions here, which means there seldom will be a “right” or a “wrong” answer. Just be thoughtful!
150-300 words
topic:
Ana Mendieta’s work exemplifies both the key principles associated with “Feminist Art,” and the fact that she was in immigrant, caught up in the diaspora that followed the Cuban Revolution. Carefully consider the information in both the Huffington Post essay by Priscilla Frank (Links to an external site.) and in the profile of Mendieta linked from the Art Story website (Links to an external site.). How did Mendieta’s work exemplify the reality of her life as a refugee from revolution, immigrant to a strange land, and a young woman at a moment in time (the 1970s), when feminism was new and exciting? You may embed images of Mendieta’s work into your essay if necessary.
additional sources will be used are shown here:
https://www.theartstory.org/artist/mendieta-ana/life-and-legacy/
https://www.huffpost.com/entry/the-inexorable-lifeblood-of-forgotten-feminist-artist-ana-mendieta_n_56d8d518e4b0000de403fb70