Your local art museum has asked you to design a gallery dedicated to works of art from one of the following movements:
Using your outline from Week 3 as reference, select only one movement for the design of your gallery.
Week Three outline will be attached to help guide you. You cannot use what was done within this attachment.
You may use Word or PowerPoint to design your gallery. The Ashford Writing Centerâ€™s How to Make a PowerPoint Presentation (Links to an external site.) can help you PowerPoint to put together an attractive and successful presentation.
You will design your gallery as if you were guiding a visitor to each work of art. You may draw from images that you find in Gardnerâ€™s Art Through the Ages: The Western Perspective or from a website listed on thedocument located in your classroom that incorporate the characteristics significant of your chosen movement and time period. You may also choose to reflect back on your weekly art journal entries for any works of art relevant to this movement.
TIP: Choose one art movement. Give six examples of art and DISCUSS EACH ARTWORK. Cite the art and sources properly. Share images of the art.
In your gallery, include the following:
- A brief introduction to your gallery, which includes a description of the movement and the time period to which your gallery is dedicated.
- Six images of works of art that incorporate the characteristics significant to movement and time period. Along with each image of a work of art, include the citation for the work of art. A summary of how the media (materials), methods, and subject are significant to that time period and region, using appropriate art terminology.
- A summary of how iconographic, historical, political, philosophical, religious, and social factors of the movement are reflected in the work of art.
- Make use of at least three scholarly sources.
Note on attached files: these are transcripts from a couple of resource videos that can only be seen with my student log in info. So I added the transcripts to these videos…I will NOT give you access to my portal.
Galenson, D. W. (2001, October). Masterpieces and markets: Why the most famous modern paintings are not by American artists (Links to an external site.). Retrieved from http://www.nber.org/papers/w8549.pdf