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You might need a Verification Code for access which I will get on my Email so just let me know when you need that . Each code expires after 10 mintutes. For the Topic/Art you have to chose from the Slides . Which you can Find in the “MODULE” for each week slides are there for you . Don’t use a word from the Internet . Professor is very strict about plagersim she wants us to follow her directions and what we think about the art . She wants to know , how we feel about the Art . So keep That In Mind .

These are the objectives given. I need a work cited page as well. Identify and

These are the objectives given. I need a work cited page as well.
Identify and list the gestures, subjects, iconography, narrative elements, and symbols used in artworks
Analyze the iconography of artworks
Interpret iconographic symbols and their role in creating visual communication
Define the meaning of subjects and symbols and their role in communicating content in artworks
Explain the context of iconography in relation to various narrative elements, and/or symbols in artworks; sometimes the meaning of an iconographic element changes in the context of the overall image or setting
Explain their value and role in communicating narrative and meaning in artworks.
Interpret the overall narrative of an image through it’s iconographic elements; decide if an image has more than one meaning or interpretation through the symbols and narratives included in the work; and define the meaning or interpret both meanings and speak to their interconnection or relationship to the audience
Develop an essay with a thesis statement/introduction, supporting body, and conclusion that synthesizes the statements and thesis into a final idea about what the audience should remember and take away from the assignment
Use description as evidence to support the thesis and any other support statements.
Use CRAAP standards to evaluate sources for academic value.
Use the Chicago or Turabian citation method to document sources.
In addition to finding sources as research, you will need to provide evidence in the form of descriptions of the work.
Analysis through Iconology
This kind of analysis usually is most useful for narrative works and art before the Modern period. Non-objective art or art with arbitrary subjects (such as DADA) don’t work as well with this kind of analysis because narratives and conventional symbols are not a part of these works. Here you will look for a particular element that occurs in the object (an object, action, gesture, pose) and explain either:
When that same element occurs in other objects through history and how this object’s representation of it is unique, or…
What that element means generally in art or to art historians—in other words, the traditional association an art historian might make between that depiction and some other thing.
The following video provides an example of Iconological analysis. The video speaks to the meaning of the gestures, iconography, meaning of certain types of depiction, and other narrative imagery and symbolism related to those narrative elements.

PROMPT: Compare and contrast these two paintings within a theme of “Depiction of

PROMPT: Compare and contrast these two paintings within a theme of “Depiction of scientific endeavors from Baroque to Realism.”
Painting 1.
Rembrandt van Rijn, The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp, 1632
Painting 2.
Thomas Eakins, The Gross Clinic, 1875
Please asnwer the follow 9 questions following the format given.
1. Introduce your assigned works of Art.
What is the title of these artworks?
Who made them?
When were they made?
Where were they made?
What kind of objects are these artworks?
[Write it as one or two sentence(s), as if you are writing in an essay introduction. Make sure to address all of the sub-questions.]
2.Describe and analyze the Medium (materials) and Scale (size) of the works.
What materials were used to create them?
What is the significance of such materials?
How do the materials affect the final product?
What is the size/scale of the works?
What does the scale of the works tell you? How does the scale affect the viewer’s experience/perception?
[Write it as a few comparative sentences, as if you are writing in an essay. Make sure to address all of the sub-questions.]
3.Describe some Visual Elements of the work and analyze their effects.
COMPOSITION: How is the image composed? What impression does the composition make on the viewer?
VIEWPOINT: What is the viewer’s viewpoint? What is the effect of the viewpoint?
LINE and SHAPE: What kind of lines and shapes do we see in this work? What effect do the lines and shapes have?
COLOR and TEXTURE: What kind of colors and textures are used? What effect do the color and texture have?
LIGHT: What kind of light is used? What effect does it have?
[Again, write it as comparative sentences, every time moving from one artwork to the other. Use transition words like “similarly” or “contrary.” Answer every sub-question. If some of the sub-questions don’t apply, include other formal elements that might be more applicable. Ideally, you should write a paragraph of at least 14 sentences, following this template with transition words.]
4.Think about the “Style” of the works.
What is the style of each of the artworks? Do they exhibit main characteristics of each of the dominant styles, or do they look like exceptions to the rule? List those characteristics.
[Write it as comparative sentences, as if you are writing in an essay.]
5.Describe and analyze the Subject Matter and Iconography (symbols that the artist used to tell the story).
What is depicted in each artwork?
Is there a narrative/story? If so, how is the story communicated? What are the attributes and symbols that are used to express the subject and narrative?
[Again, write it as comparative sentences, every time moving from one artwork to the other. Use transition words like “similarly” or “contrary.”]
6.Think about the original Purpose of each work.
What was or might have been their original locations? What is the significance of each of the locations?
Who was or might have been each intended audience?
What purpose might each work have originally served?
Who commissioned each work?
What might have been each patron’s motivation? How did the motivation affect each work?
What was the intended message of each artwork? Who benefited from this message?
Why was this object or structure made?
[Again, write it as comparative sentences, every time moving from one artwork to the other. Use transition words like “similarly” or “contrary.” Answer every sub-question. Ideally, you should write a paragraph of at least 14 sentences, following this template with transition words.]
7.Finally, think about the Historical Context that helps us to analyze the works.
What historical period was each work created in?
Which important historical events might have affected each work?
What was the structure of society at that time and place?
What was the dominant religion at that time and place?
How are religion, culture, society, and historical events reflected in each artwork?
[Again, write it as comparative sentences, every time moving from one artwork to the other. Use transition words like “similarly” or “contrary.” Answer every sub-question. Ideally, you should write a paragraph of at least 14 sentences, following this template with transition words.]
8.Think of this as a part of the essay’s conclusion.
Can we say that each work contributed to the culture of their time? Explain.
9.Write a thesis statement that argues the compare and contrast of the two objects within the assigned prompt.
[The ideal compare and contrast argument will have the “even though” or “although” structure. Try to be very specific. Use more than one sentence, if needed.]

This weeks art shall come from inside of a public building. Art All Around assi

This weeks art shall come from inside of a public building.
Art All Around assignments consist of describing and analyzing works of art and architecture that you encounter on a regular basis. It should not be a work that you yourself have created as the objective of this assignment is to appreciate art created by others. This is an exercise to increase your awareness and appreciation of art that you encounter on a regular basis. If you are a world traveler, then by all means share art from around the world with us. However, the photo of the artwork should be created specifically for this assignment (meaning, don’t just look through your past photos for something that serves the purpose – instead, notice the art around you this week).
In each week’s blog title, a different location will be indicated for the week, such as HOME, WORK/CAMPUS, TOWN, etc. For example, in the first AAA blog the theme is HOME and that is the location in which you should be finding the work of art. Name your post with the location, type of art it is, or another descriptive title.
Though you are providing a photo of the artwork, your photo is not the work of art. For example, a photo you have taken of a beautiful sunset is not acceptable. A photo of a painting portraying a sunset that is hanging on the wall of your workplace would be acceptable.
Two or more descriptive paragraphs are to be written about each of the chosen artworks, using the criteria for ‘What is Art’ as explained in Chapter Two of the text, and the concepts and language of art elements and principles found in Chapters Four and Five, as well as any other text reference. These entries should include a photograph of the artwork.
Consider how the following relate to your artwork and address them in your post:
Is the artwork representational or abstract?
If it’s not either of those, would you call it nonrepresentational? What makes it so?
In your own words, briefly describe the style used in the painting. Don’t worry about identifying the art historical style such as impressionistic or cubist; just describe how it was painted (cartoonish, childlike, very stiff, etc.).
What is the form (the physical appearance) and what is the content (subject matter)?
Remember to embed your image with your text, but do not attach it in a Word document. (Instructions for how to embed an image with your text are in the Student Questions discussion board. Please avoid .heic files as they require downloading to view) Check your post after creating it to be sure your image embedded or attached correctly to avoid any loss of points.

Visit a virtual gallery or museum and choose a work of art to critique. Visually

Visit a virtual gallery or museum and choose a work of art to critique. Visually analyze the work of art and critique it based on the visual elements of art (line, shape, color, etc. – use your lecture notes), principles of design (rhythm, composition, balance, etc. – use your lecture notes), subject matter, content, and function. What is the medium? Who is the artist? What is the title and what was the date when it was created?Next, choose a work of art we have studied in class, and conduct a visual analysis of it. Include the visual elements (line, shape, color, texture, etc.), principles of design (rhythm, composition, balance, etc.), function, subject matter, and content. What is the medium? Who is the artist? What is the title and what was the date when it was created? Compare your virtual art gallery or museum choice with the work you choose from class. Describe why it is an interesting comparison – the works of art must have something in common, whether it is the subject matter, the content, the medium, the artist, or the function. Determine which work of art is more appealing or effective. Use at least 5 vocabulary words from lecture to describe the work of art at the gallery or museum and 5 vocabulary words to describe the other work of art from lecture. This exercise is intended for you to apply concepts and vocabulary learned in class to a work of art in a gallery or museum. Go look at some works of art and enjoy yourself!

Artist Essay – SEE BOTH ATTACHMENTS FOR INSTRUCTIONS & RUBRIC Choose any artist

Artist Essay – SEE BOTH ATTACHMENTS FOR INSTRUCTIONS & RUBRIC Choose any artist referenced in our textbook to research. ARTIST OPTIONS TO CHOOSE FROM: Johnannes Vermeer Gian Lorenzo Bernini Michelangelo Donatello William Hogarth Eugène Delacroix Jean-Honoré Fragonard Paper Directions This paper should be more than just being “about” the artist. More than a biography. Try to identify a theme or central idea about the artist or his/her artwork (your thesis) and then build the paper around that idea. Reference at least two individual artworks or bodies of work when supporting your thesis statement. Example of a thesis or central idea: Jane Doe, a contemporary still life photographer, smartly couples quirky visual symbols and objects together in her compositions to tell deeply personal, but universally relatable stories from her life. There is a rubric at the end of these directions that will help you structure your paper. You will need to find at least 3 academic and scholarly sources to document, and you will need to use the library. Don’t worry—you can access a great number of our library resources without leaving your home. It is vital that your sources are legitimate, though. I will check your sources. Use whatever citation style you wish—MLA, Chicago, APA. The library resources provided in the module will help you with this if you are unsure how to do this. Include a citation page. Your paper (introduction through conclusion) should be 2-3 pages in length (less than two is too short and more than three is too long) that are double spaced. The paper should be submitted as a .doc, .docx, or .rtf file. Please use a standard font like Times New Roman, Calibri, etc. at 12 points. Please, no funny business with the margins. The art works you reference in your paper should be included in an accompanying page. If you are referencing whole bodies of work rather than individual pieces, it may be simpler to provide me a weblink to view the pieces. The research you do should inform your thoughts and help you provide evidence that prove your thesis and that is what gets cited. The words should largely be your own. You absolutely should not simply copy and paste the words of another into your paper. Not cool. No. Canvas has a plagiarism tracker that flags likely plagiarized text, this software works incredibly well, and I will be unable to provide credit for a paper that doesn’t meet the academic honesty standards for original writing. At the collegiate level, you must be able to do the research and then transform that knowledge into your own thoughts and concepts. If you do include a direct quote, be sure to indicate that it is a quotation using quotation marks and then cite your source. The paper should be written well enough so that spelling, sentence structure and other basic mechanics of writing will not be a distraction to the reader. Pages: 2-3 pages for the introduction through conclusion. 1 page for citations Additional pages for reference images RUBRIC: SEE ATTACHED DOCUMENT!

Some of you might remember the guy with the “fro” from PBS that had a painting s

Some of you might remember the guy with the “fro” from PBS that had a painting show. An episode of his has been provided. After having become familiar with art and art making, tell me about your experience and thoughts while watching an illustrator create landscapes without any material other his imagination.Make sure that these are at least about a page in length. The essay is worth up to 5 points.
Requirements: at least one page   |   .doc file

please read the details carefully and provide all details. provide the work refe

please read the details carefully and provide all details. provide the work reference in MLA format at the end and please avoid any plagiarism. for the discussion paper you will need my first and second papers (all attached), and one of my classmate art discussion work (attached) to build up this discussion art paper (1200 words at least). second part is comments part, I will provide you two of my classmate work and for each one just make a comment of (400 words at least). For this second Contextual Analysis Discussion, you should make at least one original contextual analysis post and two comments to other posts for each module. Posts should be in full, grammatically correct sentences that create at least one solid response of at least 1200 words–make sure you include a word count. The word count does NOT include any headers or references section. All posts must be relevant to the assigned materials (although you may build upon previous knowledge from earlier weeks and include personal observations). Start by answering the prompt, and then build upon the prompt to consider your own perspectives and experiences. You MUST attach photos and web links to support your position. An important part of your grade for this assignment is to communicate with your classmates. Because this is intended to be your opportunity to discuss topics with your classmates, the professor/TA will generally refrain from commenting or actively participating in the discussions aside from reading and grading them. Each of the two comments should be at least 400 words (include a word count) on two different classmates’ posts each module to receive full credit. Posts: For this post, select one work of art (cinema, theatre, or dance) that has NOT been already analyzed or extensively discussed in the course readings or videos…part of the fun in learning about art is in DISCOVERING it! You are required to make one post to conduct both a formal and contextual analysis or your chosen work. Then, you will compare it to the work you selected in Module 1, the work you selected in Module 2, AND to any other work in Module 1 or Module 2 that was analyzed by another student in this class. This will give you FOUR works to discuss in this assignment:One work of art you select from the mediums we discussed in this module (cinema, theatre, or dance) in which you conduct a formal and contextual analysis with social angles.
You then compare the work you chose in this module (cinema, theatre, or dance) with the work you chose in module 1 (two-dimensional art or three-dimensional art). This comparison will be a brief compare/contrast/ways of seeing between the two works.
Next, compare the work you chose in this module (cinema, theatre, or dance) with the work you chose in module 2 (architecture, literature, or music). This comparison will be a brief compare/contrast/ways of seeing between the two works.
Last, you compare the work you chose in this module to any other work analyzed in module 1 or 2 by a peer. Again, this comparison will be a brief compare/contrast/ways of seeing between the two works.
This process expands your skills of doing a contextual analysis by comparing works to each other.In a narrative format, the post should contain the following elements:Define and Identify: Brief information about the artist and work. For example, birth/death dates, place of birth or work, where work is displayed, name of work, medium of work, context for creation of work.
Experience and Appreciation: For example, where you found the work (website, another book, museum), what made you select the work, what about this work speaks to you.
Observe and Analyze: Use and underline three terms that were introduced in the module to observe/analyze your chosen work. Add any other relevant information to improve your paper.
Critique and Compare: Compare your work to the selections from Modules 1 and 2 and a peer’s. Consider the impact of the work on a particular social angle and/or the evolution of the media. Consider the impact of experiencing the work on your general outlook on the medium or appreciation of art.
Apply Social Angles AND Context: Identify at least one social angle from the list below that can be observed or analyzed as part of the work. Address how the social angle is connected to the work. Plus, a thorough contextual analysis of the historical, cultural, and social implications should be discussed.race and ethnicity,
gender and sexuality,
class and highbrow/low,
colonialism, postcolonialism, place and regionalism,
nature (environment, ecology) and culture,
memory, history, generational identity,
food culture, and
body and mind
Students will be expected to define, identify, and apply at least three terms (underline them so I can quickly find them) from the module in the post. Make sure to underline the terms so that I can quickly identify them. College-level writing and mechanics are expected; however, the purpose of this assignment is to move from experiencing art to analyzing art to evaluating art. Make sure to include a references section at the end of every post, even if you only cite the lecture video. All in-text citations and references should be in MLA.Comments: For each of the two comments, select a classmate’s post, read the post, critique the post, indicate your reaction to the chosen work, discuss a comparison work from the module or any other outside source that is similar to the work identified in the post, and either add personal commentary or pose a question to stimulate conversation.Discussion Board Grading: (Note: while the total number of points you can earn is the same in all contextual analysis discussion assignments for this class, the percentage weight of each assignment towards your final grade increases.)Original Posts—30 points possible per module: Student has actively connected with the materials and has made a thoughtful and engaging post that considers multiple perspectives in relation to the readings and videos. Correct grammar, spelling, and sentence structure are utilized, as well as direct references to the course materials and an image of the selected work. It is crucial that you cite or reference some material from the class at least once during each original post to earn full credit. Minimum of 1200 words per original post. Indicate your word count at the end of your post (example: “Word Count: 553”).Comments—20 points possible per module (10 points per comment): Student stimulates the conversation and has made a thoughtful comment that is directly related to the original post. Correct grammar, spelling, and sentence structure are utilized, as well as direct references to the course materials. Minimum of 400 words per comment. Indicate your word count at the end of your post (example: “Word Count: 283”).
Requirements: Complete answer