SCAVENGER HUNT

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR DISCUSSIONS: Your contributions should be thoughtful and developed. Answer all parts of the question and use concepts from the course materials. Use a professional style of communication, with attention to grammar, spelling, and typos; cite your sources.

Unless your instructor specifies otherwise, choose ONE of the following questions, and give a substantive response to at least two other students.

1. DESCRIBE AND DISCUSS A FAVORITE WORK

Picture and describe a favorite work of visual art. Your selection may come from the entire range of visual arts, anything from a famous painting in a museum to an iconic architectural masterpiece to a handmade basket or an especially well-designed object. The only restriction is that you need to see the actual work of art, rather than a photo or online image.

Picture and describe it in words. Describe the medium it represents within the scope of visual arts. Tell us about its maker or designer. What year is it from? Where is it located? What was its intended function? What is its significance to you?

Finally, argue its value in relation to ideas from at least two of the assigned learning resources for this week.

2. SCAVENGER HUNT

Choose a theory of visual art described in this week’s Learning Resource titled “A historical overview of ideas guiding the visual arts in the Western world: from Plato to the present day.”

Then find a related work of visual art represented within the Learning Resource link to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History, or any of the Learning Resources included within the “Range of Visual Arts.”

Discuss your interest in both and the relation you see between them. That connection may relate to visual qualities, history, use, or meaning.

Finally, consider the ways in which your response addresses aspects described in one or more of the Learning Resources titled “Analyzing Art.”

https://umuc.equella.ecollege.com/file/c0fb28d2-2f74-4cb2-b184-0729d14625fa/1/HUMN100_Wk2_Overview_of_Visual_Arts_History_2015.pdf

http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hi/te_index.asp
https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/art-history-basics/beginners-art-history/v/why-look-at-art

 

 

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