Instructions: Due Sunday March 7th: in Part 2, Module 8 You will write at least a four page typewritten report on a work of art. Use 12 point type and 1″ margins. Double-spaced. With this Visual Analysis Guide.pdf in hand, visit any art gallery, museum, or public art in person (Conoravirus snafu: see alternative instructions). While there, take enough time to completely survey the exhibits. Select one work of art to report on. After carefully taking down the vital information (artist, title, date, medium, and estimated size), observe and study this work thoroughly and take notes (museum requires pencil only). You may need to visit your chosen work more than once. Use a standard font, font size, and margins. You will be graded on both the content of your paper and grammar. This is a 4 page minimum paper. Note: You are expected to create a paper based on your personal reactions and observations. You should not have to perform any research for this paper. Everything included in your paper should be in your own writing. All papers will be checked for plagiarism. If any aspect of your paper is plagiarized, you will receive a 0 on this assignment. Your report will begin with the following identifying information centered neatly on the top half of the cover page: Your name ARTH 1110-D17 Spring 2021 Artist’s name Full title and date of piece of artwork Medium and size of painting, print or sculpture (you may have to estimate the size – height first) Name and location of museum or gallery Starting a new page, divide your report into the following sections. Label each section. Section 1: CONNECT Why this artwork? (35 points) List the artist, title, date, medium, size, and location of the work of art. Integrate this information into a coherent sentence. Talk about why you chose the artwork. Identify at least three specific reasons why you chose the artwork you are writing about. This can be for personal reasons, or perhaps it relates to your personal taste, or interest in the subject, content and/or technique. Must be at least 1 page. Must be an in-depth, thorough examination of your choice. Do not make vague statements, back up your claims with evidence! Section 2: LOOK AND DESCRIBE Formal Analysis (70 points) Using the visual analysis guide, provide a thorough visual analysis of the work of art. Must be at least two pages. You should describe exactly what they artwork looks like, and discuss all 9 elements and principles of art. Line Shape Space Color Light Texture Balance (Unity and Variety) Rhythm/Movement Emphasis Section 3: THINK Subject and Content. (35 points) Based on what you learned by visually analyzing this work, propose a meaning. You should support your proposed meaning using specific references to the work of art. Remember: this entire process is about what you see. Your interpretation may be different that another person’s interpretation. I am not looking for a “right” or “wrong” answer. Rather, this section is evaluated based on your justification. Must be at least 1 page. Rubric / 150 points /10 Basic Guidelines Is typewritten (double-spaced) 4 pages Includes cover page with identifying information Includes topic headings, and is written in a narrative format /35 CONNECT: Why this artwork At least 1 full page Speaks in specifics, and makes at least three different points Expresses personal opinion and interpretation Uses evidence in the form of vocabulary terms. Mentions the artwork itself /70 LOOK AND DRESCRIBE: Visual Elements & Principles of Design At least two full pages Uses terminology to describe important elements and principles that exist in the work Describes how elements and principles function in the work Focuses on the form of the work, not subject and content /35 THINK: Subject & Content At least 1 full page Describes the subject of this artwork in depth Elaborates fully on how you perceive the content of this artwork Explain how subject, materials, visual elements and design work together to convey that content.
Option 1: Albuquerque Museum of Art and History: Online Art Since coronavirus quarantines have us stuck in our homes, I would like you to explore our local museum’s collection linked below, and find an artwork for your report. Please click here to find an artwork: Albuquerque eMuseum Collection Option 2: Visit a mural or work of public art in town There are many murals and public artworks in town that can be viewed while safely social-distancing. I encourage you to check out the following websites to locate a mural that you can visit in person. Please click here to find a mural in Albuquerque: https://murosabq.com/ Please click here to find a work of public art in Albuquerque: https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/public-art/public-art-in-albuquerque Option 3: Choose a work of art you have seen at a museum, gallery, memorial, monument, cathedral, etc. in the past. I would love for you to choose an artwork (or architecture) you have seen in person, but it is important that you choose a work of merit. A digital print you saw in your friend’s garage will likely not make the cut. You can email me if you have concerns about the artwork you would like to choose. Have you been to DC and seen the national monuments? Have you see large public sculptures in Denver (or any other city)? Have you visited a breathtaking mosque or temple you have always wanted to learn more about, or return to? Have you been to an important cultural monument like Chaco Canyon? These are all great choices. Option 4: Make an Appointment at the Albuquerque Museum to see artwork in person. Here is the link to make an appointment: https://abqmuseum.holdmyticket.com
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