Artwork

Compose a 1000-1500 word critical analysis of a specific artistic masterwork by an artist who confesses or confessed Christianity.

Topic: Christian Worldview & Artwork Choose any of the art forms studied during the term, including dance. Locate a specific work or performance that was created by an artist who confessed Christianity and worked out of a distinctively Christian worldview. The work should be considered a masterpiece of its kind. Do some research on the […]

Select one artwork that you find compelling from smarthistory.org (https://smarthistory.org)/textbook. Then write a formal analysis of your chosen artwork.

Artwork  1. Select one artwork that you find compelling from smarthistory.org (https://smarthistory.org)/textbook. You may choose any piece from any section, choose a piece that has enough stuff going on for you to easily describe. 2. Using either Microsoft Word or Google Docs: Write a formal analysis of your chosen artwork. Having written your formal analysis, […]

Choose any artist and painting, briefly describe this artist’s context and how this influences the creation of the artwork.

Topic – Any artist and painting Provide a slide presentation that will answer the following: 1. Who is your artist and/or artifact? What is the date of the artifact? 2. Briefly describe this artist’s context and how this influences the creation of the artwork. (This should include the birth and death dates of the artist.) […]

Choose a painting or poem of your choice, and describe how it makes you feel, then go into a slightly deeper analysis using artistic vocabulary / terms.

Look at a painting or poem of your choice, describe how it makes you feel, then go into a slightly deeper analysis using artistic vocabulary / terms. It’s not a critique, per se, it’s more about looking at the artwork and talking about it from first impressions…and then delving into a deeper analysis.  

Create an art piece of photography or cinematography inspired by your selected art piece.

Art Creation & Reflection – Photography/Cinema Part 1: Art Creation Select a photograph or film art piece to use as a point of inspiration. Create an art piece of photography or cinematography inspired by your selected art piece. Videos should be no longer than 5 minutes and must be in MP4 format. Note: If your […]

Describe the aesthetic qualities of this artwork as to why it is pleasing to you, or beautiful to you.How does this work create empathy for you?

Prompt A: What does it mean to be an “infinite” person? Describe either someone you know personally or a famous person in our culture who seems to fit that label. Are YOU an “infinite” person? If so, how? If not, why not? Prompt B: Complete the following critical analysis: 1. Name either (choose only one) […]

What history is live in these media? What assumptions are these media grounded on? Who do these narratives serve? What work are these narratives trying to do/what is their “goal” ?

Written Assignments: Write 2 critical responses (1-2 pages, 12-point font, double spaced) based on the assigned texts, films, and our class conversation. In each of these essays, Pair a film we have watched in class with a text we have discussed, and to use these materials to assert an original position. You will also be […]

Choose 3 other artworks and attach them to the essay with their respective catalogs.Identifications of the two works: Title, art history period, bracket dates for material and medium of the two works.

The Academic Discipline of the work is Art History https://ackland.emuseum.com/objects/2020/neckamphora-with-apollo-leto-and-artemis-departure-scen;jsessionid=E553EA5E0907016CB1B8D1BD3DBAEAB9 Choose 3 other artworks and attach them to the essay with their respective catalogs. This is one artwork that must be used in the essay. There should be a total of 4 artworks to be described and compared. The remaining 3 can be picked by […]

Explain why it resonates with you by completing the unfinished sentence: “This artwork caught my attention because…” (You should add a maximum of 30 words)

1) Analysis: An Artist’s Portrayal of Childhood a. From either a live or virtual visit to Tate Britain or the National Gallery, select an artwork that depicts childhood. b. Provide an image that shows the artwork clearly. Note the reference details (not included in the word count). c. Analyse the artwork, using the four categories […]

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