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INTRODUCTION TO THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS
 
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ARTS 100 Week 1 Experiencing the Arts
For your Week 1 Assignment, choose one of the options listed below to discuss your experience of the arts:
Option A
Thinking about the Arts
How have you interacted with the arts in your life? Describe how you have participated in the arts in a 260- to 525-word personal essay. Were you a participant, or were you a part of the audience? This is an essay describing your personal experiences, but must adhere to APA formatting in regards to general formatting and title page.
Describe the following in your personal essay:

  • A description of the art you experienced

  • How the experience personally affected you

  • How you plan to continue your participation in the arts as either an audience member or creator of the visual or performing arts

  • Your own definition of what the arts are and the purpose they serve


Submit your assignment in a Word document using the Assignment Files tab.
Note to student: Your experiences of the arts may include attending concerts or plays, art in your home or a museum, a movie, or your own work as an artist or performer. If you are describing your own artwork, discuss how the process of creating or performing affected you and what you wished to communicate.
 
Option B
Community Guide
Look ahead at the different art forms covered in this course: visual arts, music, dance, film, theatre. Where can you find and experience these art forms in your local community, or the community in which you were raised?
Create an 8- to 12-slide presentation that serves as a community guide for the arts in your community. Include the following in your guide:

  • A description of three to four art forms covered in this course (visual art and architecture, dance, music, film and theatre) and where they can be experienced in your community

  • A description of your personal experience of these art forms

  • Your opinion of the purpose these art forms serve for the individual and the community in general


You may use PowerPoint® to create this assignment or another presentation tool, such as Prezi.
Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.
 
Option C (This option is tailored for Education majors.)
Classroom Bulletin Board  
Imagine you need to create a proposal for bulletin boards in your classroom that will change each month to reflect the following art forms, respectively:

  • January: The Visual Arts

  • February: Music

  • March: Dance

  • April: Theatre

  • May: Film


Include the following in your proposal:

  • A description of each board and the materials you will need to create it

  • How the boards will be used to support instruction of your state's humanities standards

  • Your opinion of the purpose of the arts and how they can support student growth and development

  • Your own experience of the arts and their positive effect on your life


In addition to your proposal, you may storyboard your bulletin boards using pencil and paper or use a storyboarding tool to create your vision of the board for each art form.
Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.
 
ARTS 100 Week 2 The Visual Arts
Option A
Visual Arts Summary
Research one painting, sculpture, or work of architecture. You may choose an example from the text or from an online, academic resource.
Write a 350- to 700-word summary describing your selected work of art or architecture. Include the following in your description:

  • A description of the use of color, line, composition, or other formal elements in the work

  • A description of the types of media or materials used in the work

  • An overview of the subject represented or the style of architecture


Apply appropriate APA formatting.
Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.
 
 Option B (This option is tailored for Education majors.)
Scavenger Hunt Worksheet and Answer Key
Imagine you are a teacher creating an online activity on the topic of the humanities for your students.
Create a museum website scavenger hunt worksheet and answer key for your class. Decide which grade level, K-12, you are teaching and keep the age of your students in mind when creating this activity.
Include the following in your worksheet:

  • Two to three questions on formal elements in art

  • Two to three questions on media and materials in art

  • Two to three questions on the subject matter or style of a work of art or architecture

  • The use of at least one to two different museum or cultural institution websites


The answer key must demonstrate your own understanding of the following:

  • How color, line, and other formal elements are used in art and architecture

  • The various effects of different media or materials (such as watercolor, oils, or stone masonry), and how they are used by the artist or architect

  • How artists tell a story with their art, or how subject or style is communicated in art


Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.
 
ARTS 100 Week 3 Concepts
Review Week 3 concepts by completing a 260- to 350-word summary or equivalent length presentation, podcast, or video of the following:

  • Select one person to whom you wish to pay tribute.

  • Select the type of music and dance to be included in a performance of their life story.

  • Summarize your program, describing what elements of the person's story you wish to highlight, and the rationale for your selected music and dance.


Submit your summary, either as a submission, or as a response below (where other students may also see and comment for discussion).  *Late concept submissions must be submitted in assignments tab.
 
ARTS 100 Week 3 The Performing Arts and Inspiration
Complete one of the following options for your Week 3 assignment:
Option A
Description of Dance Styles
Select two styles of dance--such as ballet, modern dance, folk dance, and jazz dance--as described in your text.
Describe each style of dance, and include the following:

  • History and development of the style

  • Discussion of your understanding of the use of line, form, repetition, and rhythm in each piece

  • Description of the inspiration for the work in terms of story, theme, and image

  • Description of what the movements of both styles communicate to you in terms of mood

  • Description of what influences each dancer, or the choreographer, in the performance of each style or creation of a new dance performance


Submit your assignment in one of the following formats:

  • A 700- to 1,050-word paper


 
Option B
Playlist Mixtape
Create a playlist of six to nine musical works.
Organize your selections under a theme such as "Music for Motivation" or "Cross-Country Playlist." Be as creative as you like.
Include the following:

  • Two to three works of popular music, such as rock, pop, country, dance, or hip-hop

  • Two to three works of medieval or classical music; selections may include cantatas, oratorio, fugues, and so forth

  • Two to three works from other musical forms such as opera, jazz, or folk music


Write a 700- to 1050-word summary of your playlist which discusses how the formal and technical qualities of music affect you; in other words, how does music create a certain type of mood, and is it successful in prompting a response from you, emotional or otherwise? Use at least five to seven vocabulary terms from the text in your discussion, which may include but not limited to the following:

  • Form

  • Composition

  • Call and response

  • Fusion

  • Looping

  • Sound

  • Pitch

  • Scale

  • Dynamics

  • Timbre

  • Rhythm

  • Beat

  • Meter

  • Tempo

  • Melody

  • Harmony

  • Motif

  • Harmony

  • Consonance

  • Dissonance

  • Tonality

  • Texture


Submit your playlist with its organizing theme, as well as your summary, in one document using the Assignment Files tab.
 
ARTS 100 Week 4 Concepts
Review Week 4 concepts by completing a 260- to 350-word summary of the following:

  • Research symbolism in cinema

  • Compile a brief list of examples of symbolism in the cinema.

  • Respond to the following:


    • Were any of the examples surprising?

    • Did they add to your enjoyment of the film, if it was a film you have previously viewed?



Submit your summary, either as a submission, or as a response below (where other students may also see and comment for discussion).  *Late concept submissions must be submitted in assignments tab.
 
ARTS 100 Week 4 Symbolism in Theatre and Cinema
Complete one of the following options for your Week 4 Assignment:
Option A
Land Shark
When is a shark just a shark? Consider the movie Jaws. What could the shark symbolize in our culture, society, or collective human mythology other than a man-eating fish? Why? Support your answer.
Next, think about a theatrical staging of Jaws. Describe the artistic choices you would make to bring Jaws, the movie, to Broadway. What genre would you choose? Describe at least three other elements of production and how you would approach them in your staging of Jaws as a stage play or musical.
Submit your assignment in one of the following formats using the Assignment Files tab:

  • A 700- to 1,050-word paper

  • Apply appropriate APA formatting.


 
Option B
Film Review
Imagine you are a critic, and write a 700- to 1050-word review of one movie you have recently viewed. Include discussion of the following in your film review:

  • The literal and symbolic elements in the film

  • The choices made by those involved in the film, such as the director, actors, production and costume designers, and how they contributed to the film


Apply appropriate APA formatting.
Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.
 
ARTS 100 Week 5 Concepts
Review Week 5 concepts by completing a 175- to 260-word summary of the following:

  • If you were to have a work of art created to express your experiences as a student, what would it be? What would it look like? How would it communicate your experience in terms of its composition?


Submit your summary, either as a submission, or as a response below (where other students may also see and comment for discussion).  *Late concept submissions must be submitted in assignments tab.
 
ARTS 100 Week 5 Defending the Arts
Complete one of the following options for your Week 5 Assignment:
Option A
Art in Your Community
Experience the arts in your local community by attending a performance, or visiting an art museum or gallery. If you go to an art museum or gallery, choose an exhibition or one artwork to discuss for this assignment.
Write a review of your arts experience that includes a defense of the arts. Include the following:

  • Write a description of the elements of composition: line, color, shape, or movement, theme, rhythm, tone, and so forth that were incorporated into the performance or artwork.

  • What was the overall emotional and intellectual effect the performance or artwork had on you? What emotions did you feel? Of what did the experience make you think?

  • Write a summary of how you would like to see the arts made more a part of your community. Is there anything you can do to make this happen? How will you support the arts in the future?

  • Include a defense of the arts that describes how the arts add value to life. How might creative expression be helpful to people?


Submit your assignment in one of the following formats using the Assignment Files tab:

  • A 1,050- to 1,400-word paper


Option B
Explaining the Arts
Imagine a scenario where you are the last surviving member of the human species and you find yourself on another planet. The people of the planet do not have performing or visual arts of any kind. Living on a planet without the arts is dull, so you have decided to explain what the arts, are and why they are important.
Include a discussion of all of the following describing the elements of each:

  • Painting

  • Sculpture

  • Architecture

  • Music

  • Dance

  • Theater

  • Cinema


Include one slide that discusses how the arts engage the viewer or audience.
Include at least one slide that discusses the individual's and the community's role in supporting the arts.
Submit your assignment as a 12- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® with detailed speaker notes using the Assignment Files tab. Use images as appropriate, and cite your references.
 
 
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