Joseph Mallard William Turner Presentation and Paper

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Joseph Mallard William Turner Presentation and Paper

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Question Description

Consists of TWO PARTS:

Part 1 – PowerPoint Presentation – 10-15 slides

Part 2 – Artist Statement/Reflection Paper – 2-3 Pages – Double Spaced

You are to find an artist to research and a piece of his/her artwork to critique, preferably one you can personally see in a gallery or museum. If you can take a picture of it, please do and attach it to your paper. If you are unable to get to a gallery/museum, you may use an artwork from your textbook or from the list of online museums/galleries (list at the bottom of these directions).

The document is the Reflection Paper and a good ppt example

I’m going to use notes_writing_workshop_t5_20__3_ this as a note, and you need to fill it in

Due Date: Sunday, July 5, 2020 (by 11:59 PM)

30% of your grade

 

Consists of TWO PARTS:

Part 1 – PowerPoint Presentation – 10-15 slides

Part 2 – Artist Statement/Reflection Paper – 2-3 Pages – Double Spaced

                                                                                                                                                      

 

You are to find an artist to research and a piece of his/her artwork to critique, preferably one you can personally see in a gallery or museum. If you can take a picture of it, please do and attach it to your paper. If you are unable to get to a gallery/museum, you may use an artwork from your textbook or from the list of online museums/galleries (list at the bottom of these directions).

                                                                                                                                                      

 

Part 1: PowerPoint/Keynote/Prezi Project/Google Slides – 10+ slides (it’s okay to go over 10 slides, but don’t go crazy! J )

 

  • Title Slide* this slide is NOT counted in the total number of slides!

 

  Your name
  Artist’s Name
  Class Time
  Picture of artist or their artwork

    

  • ARTIST INTRODUCTION

-You must cover the following 13 items in the Artist Introduction of your PowerPoint project. (All that are applicable)

 

  1 Artist’s Full Name
  2 Date of Birth
  3 Place of Birth
  4 Date of & Age at Death (if applicable)
  5 Place of Death (if applicable)
  6 Cause of Death (if applicable)
  7 Primary type of artwork (painting, drawing, sculpture, etc.)
  8 Media (materials were most often used)
  9 Style or Period of Art
  10 Short explanation of that style or period
  11 Short synopsis of what was happening in history during the time this artist worked/works -Current events? -Influential on artist’s work?
  12 Interesting/Personal information on the artist
  13 Name 1-2 other artists who work or were influenced by this artist or this style (from the same period as the artist or working in the same style/different period)

-How is the work similar?              -How is the work different?

 

  • FELDMAN METHOD CRITIQUE

-You must choose ONE piece of artwork created by the artist you selected and write a complete critique using the Feldman Method.

-Cover as many of the following items as are applicable in your PowerPoint slides – use 2+ slides per topic.

Provide a picture of the artwork you are critiquing

 

 

DESCRIPTION (Describe it like only YOU can see it!)

 

Answer as many of the following questions as possible when describing your artist’s artwork

*****Provide a picture of the artwork*****

You may write this section with Bullet Points

 

  Name of Artist
  Title of artwork (Italicize!)
  Date of artwork
  Location of artwork (museum or collection)
  Media used? (If known)
  Dimensions/Size (if known)
  What is the subject matter? (people, animals, cars, flowers, etc.)
  What is the genre? (Still life, portrait, landscape, etc.)
  What is the style of the artwork? (realistic, abstract, Pop Art, etc.)
  How would you describe the formal elements? (Line, shapes, form, color, texture, space/depth, value)
  What sorts of things do you see happening in the work?

 

Add these IF they will help with your description:
  Does it remind you of something else?
  What things do you recognize? What things are new to you?
  How is the artwork different from real life?

 

 

 

 

 

 

ANALYSIS (This is usually the hardest part to write!)

Write about the Elements of Art and Principles of Design and the relationships

between the subjects that you mentioned in the description.

 You may write this section with Bullet Points

 

  What is in the foreground, mid-ground, background? Where are they located?
  Is there a sense of deep/space? Shallow or Deep? Describe.
  What colors are used and how have they been arranged? Where are they?
  What shapes are there and how have they been arranged? Where are they?
  Are there any leading lines and if so, where is your eye led? Focal point?
  Is there any use of contrast? If so, where?
  Is there any use of pattern? if so, where?
  Are there any special techniques used by the artist? (Can possibly find this through your artist research!)

 

INTERPRETATION

Interpretation attempts to get at the meaning of the artwork. Use the information learned from the above two sections in order to try and interpret what the artist was attempting to achieve with this artwork.

You may write this section with Bullet Points

 

  Is the artist primarily concerned with imitating nature? What tells you this?
  Is the artist most interested in expressing a feeling or emotion? What tells you this?
  Is the artist primarily concerned with lines, shapes, colors, and textures or with design/composition.
  Does the title of the work tell you anything about the meaning of the work? What?
  What title would you have given it?
  What do you think the artist was trying to say in the artwork?
  Why do you think he/she chose this subject?
  What areas do you notice first? Do you think there is a relationship between what you

notice first and what you notice later? If so, what is that relationship?

  What story do you think is being told? Or what do you think the work is about?
  How does it make you feel when you look at this picture? Why?

 

*****This would be a good place to add your research knowledge of the artist to help interpret the artwork!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

JUDGMENT

Judgment, the final step, is often the first statement that is expressed about an artwork before it has really been examined. Judgment in that case is neither informed nor critical but simply an opinion.

You may write this section with Bullet Points

 

What do you like and dislike about the artwork? Why?

Do you think the artist was or was not successful with this particular artwork? Why or why not?
  Do you think this artwork is worth sharing with others? Why or why not?
  What do you think others would say about the artwork?
  What do think is worth remembering about this artwork?

 

****What do you want us to walk away knowing about this artist and his/her artwork?

 

LAST SLIDE – REFERENCES

-List of resources used (you are permitted to use either MLA or APA style for this)

 

Big Grammar Issues to address:

Italicize works of art

-Refer to artists by their LAST names (ex. Paul Cezanne – Cezanne or Mr. Cezanne)

-Capitalize art periods and names of people in that period (ex. Impressionism – Impressionists)

 

ONLINE Museums & Galleries

12 Famous Museums

Google Arts & Culture

The British Museum

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PART 2 – Artist Statement – 2-3 Pages – Double Spaced

 

Artist Statement – Using “A Taxonomy of Reflection” Model

 

Answer the following questions in all 6 Taxonomies as they relate to this artist research critique project and to this class in general.

 

**This part can be written with bullet points!**

 

Remembering: What did I do?

-The artist I studied

-What I liked about his/her art

 

Understanding: What was important about it?

-Why was/is this artist important to study?

-What should others know?

 

Applying: Where could I use this again?

-How was this assignment similar to other assignments? (in this course or other subjects).

-Do I see connections in either content, product or process?

-Are there ways to adapt it to other assignments?

-Where could I apply this (content, product or process) to other areas of my life (personal, school, friends, family, future jobs, etc.)?

-How would you see using it?

 

Analyzing: Do I see any patterns or relationships in what I did?

-Were the strategies, skills and procedures I used effective for this assignment?

-What were the results of the approach I used – was it efficient, or could I have eliminated or reorganized steps?

 

Evaluating: How well did I do?

-What were we learning in this course and is it important?

-Did I do an effective job of communicating my learning to others?

-What have I learned about my strengths and my areas in need of improvement through this course or this project?

-How am I progressing as a learner?

 

Creating: What should I do next? What’s my plan/design?

-How can I best use my strengths to improve?

-What steps should I take or resources should I use to meet my challenges?

-What suggestions do I have for my teacher or my peers to improve our learning

environment?

-How can I adapt this content or skill to make a difference in my life?

 

Artist Research Critique PowerPoint & Paper

Scoring Rubric

 

##/21 = ##/100

 

PowerPoint 3 2 1
PPT (Part 1)-Organization Information is very organized and well-constructed according to directions given (Artist Introduction & Feldman Method Critique and Title & Reference slides) Information is somewhat organized, but information is not well-constructed according to directions given (Artist Introduction &

NO Feldman Method Critique Headings and Title & NO Reference slides)

The information appears to be disorganized (No Artist Introduction & Feldman Method Critique and Title & Reference slides)
PPT (Part 1)-Amount of Information

 

All topics are addressed in 10+ slides Most topics are addressed in < 10 slides None or less than half of the topics were addressed.

 

PPT (Part 1)-Quality of Information

 

Information clearly relates to the artist & their work. It includes several new & interesting facts. Information not clearly related to the artist & their work. It provides no new facts. Information has little or nothing to do with the artist & their work.
PPT (Part 1)-Mechanics

 

No grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors. A few grammatical (3-5) spelling, or punctuation errors. Many (5+) grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.
Reflection      
Artist Statement (Part 2)-Organization

 

Well organized (headings/questions) and addressed ALL 6 points in Taxonomy Somewhat organized (No headings/questions) and addressed the majority of points in Taxonomy Unorganized (no headings or questions) and addressed fewer than half of the points in Taxonomy
Artist Statement (Part 2)-Quality of Information

 

Writing was reflective and thought-provoking Writing was simple answers to questions and somewhat reflective and thought-provoking Writing was not reflective nor thought-provoking
Artist Statement (Part 2)-Mechanics

 

No grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors and addressed in 2+ pages. A few grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors and addressed in less than 2 pages. Many grammatical, spelling, and/or punctuation errors and addressed in less than 2 pages.

 

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