ARTS 125 Week 3 American Art Before and After World War II Presentation

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ARTS 125
Week 3 American Art Before and After World War II Presentation

Instructions

Resources: Review Ch. 5 and 6 of Oxford
History of Art: Twentieth-Century American Art
, the Week 3 Electronic Reserve Readings, your Video
Reflections, and at least one additional scholarly online or library resource.

Prepare a 5- to 10-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation
in which you examine the works of photographers working during the 1930s and
the work of Abstract Expressionists.

Include responses and discussion
of the following in your presentation:


  • Three
    photographers who worked during the 1930s


    • At least two examples of photography from each
      photographer

    • A description of the types of subjects photographed

    • Your opinion on whether or not photography is a
      fine art form with an explanation

    • Your opinion regarding how photography has affected
      American culture





  • One Abstract
    Expressionists painter who worked in post-World War II America


    • At least one art work

    • A description of the style of the painter and why
      he or she was interested in this style of abstraction

    • A description of how this style emerged in
      post-World War II America and why it differed from the art work of the
      1930s




Submit your American Art Before and After
World War II Presentation.


  • For Local
    Campus students, these are oral presentations accompanied by Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentations.

  • For Online
    and Directed Study students, these are Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentations
    with speaker's notes which support and expand upon your bulleted text.



Format your presentation consistent with APA
guidelines and include a slide with all references.

Submit your assignment using
the Assignment Files tab above.
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