Links for two Museum websites with interactive display of artworks are below. These two are the only online sources accepted for the Museum Review.
use interactive information at one of the museum websites below. You must find artworks on the museum website that have been recorded so that you are able to zoom in to see close detail as well as zoom out to see the intact, full image. be sure to write the Name of the Museum whose website you used in your essay. Name the artist and the art works. Take screen shots of the artwork to include into your Review so that the instructor can see the objects you are reviewing. Talk about 2 to 4 pieces of art from one of the Museum websites. Compare and contrast the form, style, medium and visual meaning using the terms and visual art terms learned in the course material. Talk about everything you see, not historical facts. . You must include a screenshot of each artwork; include images no larger than 300-600kbs into your Word Document essay. Submit the document with the images included within it.
Students have the responsibility to navigate one of the two following websites to find two to four artworks for their Museum Review.
Two websites with Directions for students to find artwork for analysis:
Open Google Arts & Culture website, click on Explore in the upper right menu bar, then in next window click Artists, find an image, use the zoom capability to see detail, this gives you more to describe using the visual art terms.
Open website, click Art + Artists, then click Browse Artists A-Z, find an image, use the zoom capability to see detail, this gives you more to describe using the visual art terms.
Students in their Museum Reviews must not use written information from the Museum website.
You are to choose artwork,
analyze what you have chosen through direct observation,
use the course visual art terms,
make screen shots of the artwork,
embed the screen shots into a Microsoft Word document,
THERE SHOULD BE ZERO PERCENT PLAGERISM.