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Consider the purpose and function of art and how it has changed over the centuries.

After watching and reading the material below, give a brief description in your own words about the evolution of art history in terms of imagery and style. After watching and reading the material below, give a brief description in your own words about the evolution of art history in terms of imagery and style. Consider the purpose and function of art and how it has changed over the centuries. Also, explain how we value artworks differently that are representational verses abstraction. Consider how abstract artwork has been inspired by technology, music, science and poetry. In addition, explain the effects of the art market on works of art and how that has influenced how we understand artwork’s purpose. Finally, explain your own personal preferences in terms of styles of artwork and why that aesthetic resonates with you.
Vocabulary Terms:Style, Subject, Creative Process.HOW TO USE THE TERM IN YOUR WRITING: You can use a variation of the word in your Writing Assignments if necessary. For example, if the word is Allegory, than you may use the word Allegorical. As mentioned above, you must you the word within the context of the artwork. For instance, one of your terms this semester is PATTERN. You would use this term and relate it to a specific work of art. For example: “The painting by Sean Scully uses repetitive motifs of lines and shapes to form a quilt-like pattern in his artwork.” You would NOT use pattern in a sentence that follows: “We can find that humans often create patterns throughout history.” The more specific to the provided content, the better!
Please make sure the words are in BOLD within your Writing Assignment, otherwise, they will not count.
Word Count:This should be 400 words minimum.

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Why do we distinguish between the Italian Renaissance and the Northern Renaissance?

You are to answer 2 out of the 5 questions. You may choose whichever 2 you would like. In preparing to answer any question, you should create an outline of salient concepts and select works that are exemplary of those points. Whenever you cite a work of art, you should include its title (always italicized), artist/architect and date. Part of your grade depends upon you not only choosing convincing examples that correspond to the concepts you are discussing, but also that you fully describe the pertinent features associated with that work. In other words, it is not sufficient to merely name a work of art without discussing its significance.
Each essay response should be at least 2 single spaced pages (1000 words) and include at least 6 works of art, in a cohesive essay format (ie, introduction, body, conclusion). Please combine both questions into one document for submission. Essays will be graded on content, grammar, spelling, and organization. Each essay will be worth 70 points, with the remaining 10 points reserved for grammar and organization, for a total of 150 points.
1. Why do we distinguish between the Italian Renaissance and the Northern Renaissance? What objectives did they share? What were their respective heritages in regard to visual culture? Cite and analyze specific works to demonstrate your ideas.
2. Discuss the great patrons of the Renaissance in both the North and in Italy. How did art serve their purposes as powerful rulers or families? Describe the regional ‘centers’ of artistic production that were created by the patronage. How does regional art reflect culture and location? Cite and analyze specific works to demonstrate your ideas.
3. Is there a discernible difference between the artistic production associated with the High Renaissance and that which preceded it in Italy? What aspirations changed during the brief period we define as the High Renaissance? Why did this shift occur? Cite and analyze specific works to demonstrate your ideas.
4. Examine the variety of meanings associated with the representations of the human body in Europe between 1200 and 1600. What different traditions and philosophies contributed to the human body being so frequently employed as a symbol? Cite and analyze specific works to demonstrate your ideas.
5. The Christian religion was significantly modified by the scholarly interests of the Renaissance, as well as movements within the church itself (the creation of new orders with innovative objectives). How are these changes in religious thought reflected in the art of Europe between 1200 and 1600? Cite and analyze specific works to demonstrate your ideas.

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Discuss what makes the 2 artworks similar.

part one
COMPARE & CONTRAST
Documentary films of varying lengths are being used in place of a textbook. Before beginning your submission, it is expected that all of the films that pertain to this assignment be viewed, and these have all been labeled as Compare/Contrast Film.
Comparing & Contrasting:
1. Use 2 separate documentary films. Choose 1 artwork from each film.
2. Make sure the 2 artworks are completely different mediums. Some examples: paint, graphite/pencil, charcoal, clay/ceramic, marble, bronze, glass, wood, etc.
3. Make sure the 2 artworks are not of the same type, meaning you cannot discuss 2 paintings despite one being acrylic and another oil, or 2 sculptures despite one being bronze and the other marble, etc. The idea is to discuss 2 artworks that obviously seem different at first glance.
4. Discuss how the 2 artworks are different both visually, thematically, and in their mediums/use of materials.
5. Discuss what makes the 2 artworks similar.
Do not go to Google for answers to the questions or supporting information. The comparing & contrasting experience is rooted in observation and comprehension. Some helpful tips while considering/discussing your chosen artworks from the documentary films may include: What is it you are seeing? What is it that is being said about the artworks? Despite being different, how might you bridge a connection?
If any portion of your entry is not yours, meaning you used/referred to other sources, your journal entry will receive a zero.
Writing your Submission:
Write a short essay that answers the above criteria in no more than 250 words.
Be sure to document which films you chose. In addition, you must not forget to provide the titles of each artwork and time stamp them accordingly from the film they appeared in (Riace Bronze at 12:16 in “Beneath the Calabrian Sea”). Sometimes the films can be sketchy with art piece titles, so this is security for backing you up. The purpose of this exercise is to promote critical thinking. Be sure to provide detailed and supportive answers.
The best method for entering your essays into canvas is to cut and paste them after they have been through spell checking and translating.
Points will be distributed in this manner:
Original and relevant content (10 points max) – Displaying you have studied and are knowledgeable of the material by writing your own thoughts and feelings regarding the material’s content.
A critical analysis (10 points max) – Exhibiting you have engaged with the material by providing original, insightful observations and thought-provoking commentary.
Quality of writing (10 points max) – Cleary and concisely articulates ideas and feelings about the material utilizing good sentence fluency (syntax), spelling, and grammar. College-level writing is required.
DO NOT use outside sources to help write your journal entry.
DO NOT attach word docs or pdf files. Attached files that require downloading for viewing will NOT be looked at and will earn a zero.



,https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMcEhnON1ro
,https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OTngEHvq8Q&feature=emb_title
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Discussion: UTILITY/ELECTRIC BOX HUNT
Many cities have developed ways in which to encourage public art and beautify their cities and streets. Often, utility/electric boxes around town are painted and decorated. At times, the artwork can be breathtaking, or provide some mind opening social commentary. The styles in which many of these boxes are painted and decorated is vast.
Find A Decorated Utility/Electric Box:
Taking some inspiration from Dave Van Patten, take a photo of a decorated utility/electric box from around town that you feel is inspiring. A photo that shows you standing besides it is preferred, but not required. Be sure to also mention where the utility/electric box is located in your thread.
Be sure to embed your image/s (just like in the demo below). DO NOT attach the image/s in word doc or pdf files. Attached images that require downloading for viewing will NOT be looked at and the discussion will earn a zero.
Discussion Questions:
Tell us why you chose this utility/electric box.
What is it about the artwork that made an impression on you?
What do you feel makes it visually effective? Discuss the principles of design and elements of art that are responsible for the visual impact created in the artwork.
Tell us your interpretation of the imagery, including the theme you feel is covered.
Avoid going to Google for answers to the questions. Adding a little info from a source is OK, but I really want to hear your very own thoughts.
Your Discussion experience will come in three parts:
Part 1: Taking some inspiration from Dave Van Patten, take a photo of a decorated utility/electric box from around town that you feel is inspiring. A photo that shows you standing besides it is preferred, but not required. Be sure to also mention where the utility/electric box is located in your thread.
Embed the photo to your thread. Avoid using huge file sizes, they may not upload into Canvas.
Part 2: Write a short essay that answers the above questions and provide comments about your own viewing experience. Additions to your thread resulting from any added research is fine. But remember to stay on topic and answer the questions.
Part 3: Respond to a minimum of 2 other student Threads.
Points will be distributed in this manner:
Discussion- 20 points max
Original and relevant content (5 points max)- Displaying you have studied and are knowledgeable of the material by addressing required prompts and writing your own thoughts and feelings regarding the material’s content.
A critical analysis (5 points max)- Exhibiting you have engaged with the material by addressing prompts directly by providing original, insightful observations and thought-provoking commentary- in both your post and classmate responses.
Engaging Responses (5 points max)- Engage in critical analysis of the content present in your classmate’s post. You are expected to provide insightful observations, thought-provoking commentary, or feedback to your classmates. Only responses that engage and encourage critical thinking­­ will receive maximum credit.
Quality of writing (5 points max)- Cleary and concisely articulates ideas and feelings about the material utilizing good sentence fluency (syntax), spelling, and grammar. College-level writing is required.
**Note-many of the rubric’s requirements overlaps, applying to both your post and response.
*The purpose of this exercise is to promote critical thinking. Be sure to provide detailed and supportive answers. One-word answers like “cool, awesome, lol” are not sufficient. You will be graded on the quality of your posts and responses. Failure to respond to at least 2 posts will cost you points. Be mindful and polite to one another, and more importantly, be creative and have fun

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Discuss how the 2 artworks are different both visually, thematically, and in their mediums/use of materials.

part one
COMPARE & CONTRAST
Documentary films of varying lengths are being used in place of a textbook. Before beginning your submission, it is expected that all of the films that pertain to this assignment be viewed, and these have all been labeled as Compare/Contrast Film.
Comparing & Contrasting:
1. Use 2 separate documentary films. Choose 1 artwork from each film.
2. Make sure the 2 artworks are completely different mediums. Some examples: paint, graphite/pencil, charcoal, clay/ceramic, marble, bronze, glass, wood, etc.
3. Make sure the 2 artworks are not of the same type, meaning you cannot discuss 2 paintings despite one being acrylic and another oil, or 2 sculptures despite one being bronze and the other marble, etc. The idea is to discuss 2 artworks that obviously seem different at first glance.
4. Discuss how the 2 artworks are different both visually, thematically, and in their mediums/use of materials.
5. Discuss what makes the 2 artworks similar.
Do not go to Google for answers to the questions or supporting information. The comparing & contrasting experience is rooted in observation and comprehension. Some helpful tips while considering/discussing your chosen artworks from the documentary films may include: What is it you are seeing? What is it that is being said about the artworks? Despite being different, how might you bridge a connection?
If any portion of your entry is not yours, meaning you used/referred to other sources, your journal entry will receive a zero.
Writing your Submission:
Write a short essay that answers the above criteria in no more than 250 words.
Be sure to document which films you chose. In addition, you must not forget to provide the titles of each artwork and time stamp them accordingly from the film they appeared in (Riace Bronze at 12:16 in “Beneath the Calabrian Sea”). Sometimes the films can be sketchy with art piece titles, so this is security for backing you up. The purpose of this exercise is to promote critical thinking. Be sure to provide detailed and supportive answers.
The best method for entering your essays into canvas is to cut and paste them after they have been through spell checking and translating.
Points will be distributed in this manner:
Original and relevant content (10 points max) – Displaying you have studied and are knowledgeable of the material by writing your own thoughts and feelings regarding the material’s content.
A critical analysis (10 points max) – Exhibiting you have engaged with the material by providing original, insightful observations and thought-provoking commentary.
Quality of writing (10 points max) – Cleary and concisely articulates ideas and feelings about the material utilizing good sentence fluency (syntax), spelling, and grammar. College-level writing is required.
DO NOT use outside sources to help write your journal entry.
DO NOT attach word docs or pdf files. Attached files that require downloading for viewing will NOT be looked at and will earn a zero.



,https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMcEhnON1ro
,https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OTngEHvq8Q&feature=emb_title
,,
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.
.
.
.
,,part two
Discussion: UTILITY/ELECTRIC BOX HUNT
Many cities have developed ways in which to encourage public art and beautify their cities and streets. Often, utility/electric boxes around town are painted and decorated. At times, the artwork can be breathtaking, or provide some mind opening social commentary. The styles in which many of these boxes are painted and decorated is vast.
Find A Decorated Utility/Electric Box:
Taking some inspiration from Dave Van Patten, take a photo of a decorated utility/electric box from around town that you feel is inspiring. A photo that shows you standing besides it is preferred, but not required. Be sure to also mention where the utility/electric box is located in your thread.
Be sure to embed your image/s (just like in the demo below). DO NOT attach the image/s in word doc or pdf files. Attached images that require downloading for viewing will NOT be looked at and the discussion will earn a zero.
Discussion Questions:
Tell us why you chose this utility/electric box.
What is it about the artwork that made an impression on you?
What do you feel makes it visually effective? Discuss the principles of design and elements of art that are responsible for the visual impact created in the artwork.
Tell us your interpretation of the imagery, including the theme you feel is covered.
Avoid going to Google for answers to the questions. Adding a little info from a source is OK, but I really want to hear your very own thoughts.
Your Discussion experience will come in three parts:
Part 1: Taking some inspiration from Dave Van Patten, take a photo of a decorated utility/electric box from around town that you feel is inspiring. A photo that shows you standing besides it is preferred, but not required. Be sure to also mention where the utility/electric box is located in your thread.
Embed the photo to your thread. Avoid using huge file sizes, they may not upload into Canvas.
Part 2: Write a short essay that answers the above questions and provide comments about your own viewing experience. Additions to your thread resulting from any added research is fine. But remember to stay on topic and answer the questions.
Part 3: Respond to a minimum of 2 other student Threads.
Points will be distributed in this manner:
Discussion- 20 points max
Original and relevant content (5 points max)- Displaying you have studied and are knowledgeable of the material by addressing required prompts and writing your own thoughts and feelings regarding the material’s content.
A critical analysis (5 points max)- Exhibiting you have engaged with the material by addressing prompts directly by providing original, insightful observations and thought-provoking commentary- in both your post and classmate responses.
Engaging Responses (5 points max)- Engage in critical analysis of the content present in your classmate’s post. You are expected to provide insightful observations, thought-provoking commentary, or feedback to your classmates. Only responses that engage and encourage critical thinking­­ will receive maximum credit.
Quality of writing (5 points max)- Cleary and concisely articulates ideas and feelings about the material utilizing good sentence fluency (syntax), spelling, and grammar. College-level writing is required.
**Note-many of the rubric’s requirements overlaps, applying to both your post and response.
*The purpose of this exercise is to promote critical thinking. Be sure to provide detailed and supportive answers. One-word answers like “cool, awesome, lol” are not sufficient. You will be graded on the quality of your posts and responses. Failure to respond to at least 2 posts will cost you points. Be mindful and polite to one another, and more importantly, be creative and have fun

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What do these depictions tell you about about Greek art and culture.

Heroes were very important in Greek mythology. Select two depictions of heroes from two different periods of Greek history. Describe and analyze them. What do these depictions tell you about about Greek art and culture. Read chapter 5 in the textbook BOOK LINK—-https://usa1lib.org/book/5237970/e426ed chapter 5-page 105 in book.

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Was there ever a time when you were affected by a work of art?

After watching the video, Art and Empathy, post a comment to the discussion.
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Consider the following questions when writing your comment:
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Was there anything about this video that you agreed with or disagreed with?
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Are there any special circumstances – positive or challenging — that influenced your Project submission?

Dear Professor Nusz
After you have completed all the steps in the Part 1 of the project, write a reflection letter that answers all of these questions about your Module Project 2 submission.
The purpose of this letter is for you to reflect on your thoughts about the work you are submitting this module. Your letter will help me to understand you better, as a writer and a student – and that is to your advantage (and mine!).
Questions (All Required)
Answer each of these questions in as much detail as possible:
1. Which parts of your submission make you feel the most proud? Think of some part (or parts) that you worked especially hard on or which feels particularly inspired. You don’t want my eye to slide past your best bits. Tell me about them.
2. If you could step into a time machine and go backward in time, what would you do differently in preparing this Project for submission?
3. Are there any special circumstances – positive or challenging — that influenced your Project submission?
4. What did you like or dislike about this Module’s work: Discussion board, Reader Response Diary, Assignment, and Projects? Is there something that you wish the materials covered in more detail?
5. If a teammate, classmate, or anyone else helped guide you, give that person a shout-out! If you think you may have helped someone in class to understand the work and succeed, explain what happened and give yourself a shout-out. In this class, collaborative learning is important and valued. When you let me know about your efforts to get or share information with classmates, you tell me that you are a good citizen in this class. That’s something I care about and take into account.
Please enumerate the answers.

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Compare and contrast the view of romanticism with scripture and a christian worldview.

In the discussion, share your reactions to the philosophies and ideals of Romanticism.
Are there ideas you agree with?
With what might you disagree?
How does Romanticism differ from Classicism?
How does the emotional expression which Romantic music strives to achieve compare with Classical, Baroque, and/or Renaissance music?
Compare and contrast the view of Romanticism with Scripture and a Christian worldview.

https://prezi.com/vfswvyue8niq/philosophy-in-the-romantic-era/

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What is your experience with art, as spectator or creator?

In this first assignment, in contrast to many of the ones to come, you are asked to give an almost entirely personal account of your relationship to art. In one or two paragraphs, tell me what is art for you. What is your experience with art, as spectator or creator? Does art have an important place in your life? More specifically, with a view to this course, do you define art in any way, at least for yourself, or do you prefer to have a totally open-ended concept; and why the former or the latter?