The objective of this lesson is to teach the conventions of the main periods/sty

The objective of this lesson is to teach the conventions of the main periods/styles of Ancient Greek and Ancient Roman sculpture: Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic.
1. Look at the images of Greek sculpture by downloading the Greek Sculpture Images document. Using the book as a reference, place each image in one of the three groups: Archaic, Classical, or Hellenistic. Write the group name under that image.
2. List which artworks are in each group and write a brief description of each group (what do the images in the group have in common?)
3. Pick one sculpture from a category. Explain how the sculpture fits that category.
Writing Requirements:
Minimum: 300 words. You must cite all sources, including the textbook, using APA or MLA format.
Purpose: The objective of this lesson is to teach the conventions of the main periods/styles of Ancient Greek sculpture: Archaic, Classical, and Hellenistic. The student differentiates and compares artworks that illustrate periods/styles of Greek art using formal analysis. The student completes this objective by categorizing images and writing by writing a 300-word minimum paper

Discuss the aesthetic canon as explained by Xie He in the fifth century. Can you

Discuss the aesthetic canon as explained by Xie He in the fifth century. Can you apply his ideas to Chinese art from different time periods? Please look at four examples of painting and calligraphy from four different time periods to answer this question.

A research project on Leonardo Da Vinci from prehistory through the 17th century

A research project on Leonardo Da Vinci from prehistory through the 17th century. You should use responsible sources of information and note from where you got your information. The report paper should be 1500 words, with correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling.

The Black Lives Matter movement has had and continues to have an impact on conte

The Black Lives Matter movement has had and continues to have an impact on contemporary art making practices, where we see, what we see, who we see, what we see and the kinds of activist engagements that have been fuelled by this movement.
Additionally in Canada, movements related to Truth and Reconciliation and Decolonization have had an impact on art making, and all galleries and museums and their institutional practices, grant making, place making and visual arts strategies by Indigenous artists and also allies.
Using your recent browsing on social media, what have you learned, what have you noticed, what are you thinking and feeling? Pick one of the above issues, and argue for what is happening, why it is important, and why and how it matters to you to the visual arts and to the big picture( however you construe this)

For my topic, I will be writing about Anna Blunden’s, “The Seamstress”, created

For my topic, I will be writing about Anna Blunden’s, “The Seamstress”, created in 1854. In this work of art, this seamstress is depicted in a green flowy dress, where she sits at a table praying looking outside of her window. From what I know about women at work in this era, the typical working conditions for women in the clothing trade system were very poor, such as women who were in the sewing industry. So, the seamstress in this work of art may be looking to the sky to pray to the Lord for better days to come, as she looks as if, she is being depicted as “overworking herself”. I believe she is also praying upon escape of her confinement within the interior of the window and looking for some sort of way to break through to the mysteries upon the outside of the workplace. I will be touching on the points of females being seen as housemaids of this time, while men were out doing work compared to women who weren’t married and how they were typically very independent, which means they didn’t rely on any man to call the shots for them. I will also being touching on the aspect of why the women of this time period had very few legal rights if they were married, in comparison to women who weren’t. Finally, I will talk about women’s social roles within the Victorian Era in England in comparison to men and how they were mostly on their side, but not all the time. I want to as well, answer the question upon why the aspect of the seamstress depicted in the window may have played a key role in how women would cope with their sorrows, in which the window, reflects a woman’s feelings or mistreatment by men, working or being overworked, and how they were seen in societies eyes within this time period.

Synthesize the readings: describe the moment where they ‘click,’ what is their o

Synthesize the readings: describe the moment where they ‘click,’ what is their overall significance, what is the point? Include at least one direct quote with formal citation including a “Works Cited” at the end (any format as long as its consistent). Explain how this reading might reflect in your future art-based career. Feel free to include links, memes, drawing, pictures, like this one of my pet cats.

Artist : LEON GOLUB • In the first paragraph describe their work generally. How

Artist : LEON GOLUB
• In the first paragraph describe their work generally. How could it be catagorized? Is it Impressionism, Art Nouveau, or a more personal expressive style? What
medium are they using? What is the scale of their work? Is it massive or relatively small? Include any aspect of their work that you have seen that impressed you.
In the second paragraph record your personal responses to the work. Tell why you choose that artist. What was it about their work that evoked a response in you? Did
you enjoy the work? Imagine yourself as an art critic (see the chapter on evaluating art) How would you evaluate this art?

Artist : LEON GOLUB • In the first paragraph describe their work generally. How

Artist : LEON GOLUB
• In the first paragraph describe their work generally. How could it be catagorized? Is it Impressionism, Art Nouveau, or a more personal expressive style? What
medium are they using? What is the scale of their work? Is it massive or relatively small? Include any aspect of their work that you have seen that impressed you.
In the second paragraph record your personal responses to the work. Tell why you choose that artist. What was it about their work that evoked a response in you? Did
you enjoy the work? Imagine yourself as an art critic (see the chapter on evaluating art) How would you evaluate this art?