ART 100 Entire Class
Product DescriptionART 100 Entire ClassART 100 Week 1 conceptReview Week One concepts by completing the following:Choose one work of art such as a painting or a sculpture.Following the example in “The Skill of Describing” describe the artwork, including its style, in a brief, written summary.Describe your reaction to the work as whole; did it engage you or not? Why or why not?Submit your summary. ART 100 Week 1 Individual Assignment Experience the ArtDescribe two or three personal experiences of the arts for your Week One assignment that includes the following:Your definition of the artsA description of what each experience communicated to you—how it made you feel or what it made you think ofNote. 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.Submit your assignment in one of the following formats:A 250- to 500-word paperA 3- to 7-minute podcast or video ART 100 Week 2 conceptReview Week Two concepts by completing the following:Select your top three choices for the most important elements of composition, and then select which you think is the most important element.Select one example of a work of art that visually demonstrates and supports your choice for the most important element of composition.Summarize your selected artwork describing its elements of composition.Submit your summary. ART 100 Week 2 Individual Assignment How the Visual Arts Communicate (Option B)This tutorial contains paper based on Option AMaya Lin’s Vietnam VeteransWe have another Paper based on Option BCompare and contrast Michelangelo’s Pietà and Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, could be found on this linkhttp://www.uophelp.com/ART-100/product-15473-ART-100-Week-2-Individual-Assignment-How-the-Visual-Arts-Communicate-(Option-B-Paper)We use language in expressive ways to underscore our meaning when we speak. The arts also have their own language used by artists and performers in a variety of unique and expressive ways. The language of the visual arts includes elements of composition such as line, color, form, and repetition. Visual artists use each of these elements and many other factors of composition to create unique works. Learning the language of the arts is one way of gaining a deeper understanding of the ideas that exist in a painting, a sculpture, or a work of architecture.What is it that we communicate when we speak to one another? Often, we share stories, ideas, or just how we are feeling. The arts use their own language in a similar way to share ideas and the values that are important to the society in which the artwork was made.For your Week 2 Assignment, choose one of the options listed below to develop your understanding of the visual arts and how they communicate.Option AResearch Maya Lin’s Vietnam Veterans Memorial and Théodore Géricault’s The Raft of the Medusa.Describe each work in terms of its elements of composition–what is its shape, color, material, and so forth.Describe the work in terms of its symbolic significance–what was Maya Lin’s purpose in designing the memorial as she did? Additionally, what does the work say about our society in terms of what we value and how we choose to commemorate or respond to national events? Answer the same questions for Géricault’s The Raft of the Medusa.Submit your assignment in one of the following formats:A 350- to 700-word paperA 4- to 7-minute podcast or videoOption BCompare and contrast Michelangelo’s Pietà and Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, two works from the High Renaissance.Describe the elements of composition for each.Explain what was unique about the artistic choices made by da Vinci and Michelangelo that has led to their continuing popularity.Describe what you believe to be the ideas or values present in each work. In other words, what philosophies and interests of the artists led to each creating this work and creating it in the manner in which they did?Submit your assignment in one of the following formats:A 350- to 700-word paperA 4- to 7-minute podcast or videoOption CResearch Roman aqueducts, such as the Pont du Gard near Nîmes, France included in your text.Compare Roman aqueducts to your city’s own water management system. What are the similarities and differences? Include a description of the structural elements of Roman aqueducts in your comparison.Describe what you believe Roman aqueducts say about ancient Roman society in terms of what they valued and how they worked.Submit your assignment in one of the following formats:A 350- to 700-word paperA 4- to 7-minute podcast or video ART 100 Week 3 Individual Assignment The performing Art and InspirationComplete one of the following options for your Week Three assignment.Option ASelect one musical work of your own preference and style and compare it to a work from the Classical era of music.Describe each piece of music and include the following:The composition, composer, performer, and styleDiscussion of your understanding of the use of rhythm, melody, harmony, tonality, texture, and form in the pieceDescription of the inspiration for the workDescription of what both musical works communicate to you in terms of moodSummary of the artistic influences that are evident in each musical pieceSubmit your assignment in one of the following formats:A 350- to 700-word paperA 4- to 7-minute podcast or videoOption BSelect 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 styleDiscussion of your understanding of the use of line, form, repetition, and rhythm in each pieceDescription of the inspiration for the work in terms of story, theme, and imageDescription of what the movements of both styles communicate to you in terms of moodDescription of what influences each dancer, or the choreographer, in the performance of each style or creation of a new dance performanceSubmit your assignment in one of the following formats:A 350- to 700-word paperA 4- to 7-minute podcast or video ART 100 Week 4 Individual Assignment Symbolism in Theater and CinemaComplete one of the following options for your Week Four Assignment.Option AWhen 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:A 350- to 700-word paperA 4- to 7-minute podcast or videoOption BSelect one genre of cinema such as comedy, tragedy, melodrama, and so forth.Write a pitch for a movie that discusses the story and one person or object that is symbolic. Explain the symbolic significance of your person or object. In your pitch, summarize the setting, main plot, at least two main characters, and the theme.Next, imagine you are staging a scene from your movie script as a stage play to generate interest from producers. What decisions would you make in terms of staging, such as stage design, actors, and other elements of the theater?Submit your assignment in one of the following formats:A 350- to 700-word paperA 4- to 7-minute podcast or video ART 100 Week 5 conceptReview Week Five concepts by completing 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 a summary of your responses. ART 100 Week 5 Individual Assignment Defending the ArtsComplete one of the following options for your Week Five Assignment.Option AExperience 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? What did the experience make you think of?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:A 700- to 1,050-word paperA 6- to 9-minute podcast or videoOption BImagine 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:PaintingSculptureArchitectureMusicDanceTheaterCinemaInclude 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 10- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® with speaker notes. Use images as appropriate and cite your references.
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