HUM1002 Exhibition of World Art

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Imagine you are a curator at your local city’s Museum of Art. You have been asked to organize a small exhibition of objects of art from the cultures of Asia, Africa, and Oceania. Your exhibition should include representative objects that highlight significant and essential ideas of each culture. You may plan to include actual objects in your exhibition, or photographs or models of larger structures or sculptures.

Survey your course textbook and reliable internet websites to locate two art objects from each of the following five cultures: India, China, Japan, Africa, and Oceania (the Pacific Cultures), that you would like to include in your exhibition. Your objects must date to the time period we are studying in this course (1300-Present Day). You will select a total of ten objects for display in your “Exhibition of World Art.”

Then, write a “museum label “for each object within a Microsoft Word document. The following should be on the “label “for each object:

  1. A photograph of the object
  2. Identifying information:
    1. Name of the artist (if known—otherwise, attribute the culture)
    2. Title of the work
    3. Date of the work
    4. Medium/materials used to create the work
    5. Current location
  3. A paragraph of 4-5 sentences describing why the object is representative of its culture and is culturally significant. Briefly explain why you have selected the object for display.

Finally, in a paragraph of 8-10 sentences, write a summarizing overview of your “Exhibition of World Art,” highlighting key similarities and distinctions between the objects you have curated. Imagine that visitors to your exhibition will read this overview as they enter your “Exhibition of World Art,” and provide them with any information or context they may need to fully appreciate the objects on display.

Offer a citation of your sources for each image and the information provided as appropriate.

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Rubric Assessment This table lists criteria and criteria group name in the first column. The first-row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. Criteria No Submission 0 points Emerging (F through D Range) (12-14) 14 points Satisfactory (C Range) (14-16) 16 points Proficient (B Range) (16-18) 18 points Exemplary (A Range) (18-20) 20 points Chose two works of art from each of the five cultures (India, China, Japan, Africa, and Oceania) dating from 1300-present day and supplied an image, artist, title, date, medium, and current location for each (10 objects x 2 points). Student did not submit assignment. Work does not meet assignment expectations; shows little or no understanding of assignment concepts. Assignment partially meets expectations with minimal depth; demonstrates a limited understanding of the assignment concepts. Assignment meets expectations with all components being addressed; demonstrates the ability to evaluate and apply key assignments concepts. Assignment exceeds expectations with exceptional depth; presents all requirements of the assignment; demonstrates the ability to evaluate, apply and synthesize key assignment concepts. / 20 This table lists criteria and criteria group name in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. Criteria No Submission 0 points Emerging (F through D Range) (30-35) 35 points Satisfactory (C Range) (35-40) 40 points Proficient (B Range) (40-45) 45 points Exemplary (A Range) (45-50) 50 points For each selected object, described why the object is representative of its culture and is culturally significant. Briefly explained why the object was selected for display. Student did not submit assignment. Work does not meet assignment expectations; shows little or no understanding of assignment concepts. Assignment partially meets expectations with minimal depth; demonstrates a limited understanding of the assignment concepts. Assignment meets expectations with all components being addressed; demonstrates the ability to evaluate and apply key assignments concepts. Assignment exceeds expectations with exceptional depth; presents all requirements of the assignment; demonstrates the ability to evaluate, apply and synthesize key assignment concepts. / 50 This table lists criteria and criteria group name in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. Criteria No Submission 0 points Emerging (F through D Range) (15-17) 17 points Satisfactory (C Range) (18-20) 20 points Proficient (B Range) (20-22) 22 points Exemplary (A Range) (23-25) 25 points Provided a summarizing overview of the “Exhibition of World Art,” highlighting key similarities and distinctions between the objects. Student did not submit assignment. Work does not meet assignment expectations; shows little or no understanding of assignment concepts. Assignment partially meets expectations with minimal depth; demonstrates a limited understanding of the assignment concepts. Assignment meets expectations with all components being addressed; demonstrates the ability to evaluate and apply key assignments concepts. Assignment exceeds expectations with exceptional depth; presents all requirements of the assignment; demonstrates the ability to evaluate, apply and synthesize key assignment concepts. / 25 This table lists criteria and criteria group name in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. Criteria No Submission 0 points Emerging (F through D Range) (12-14) 14 points Satisfactory (C Range) (14-16) 16 points Proficient (B Range) (16-18) 18 points Exemplary (A Range) (18-20) 20 points Used correct grammar, spelling, and APA format throughout assignment. Student did not submit assignment. Numerous issues in any of the following: grammar, mechanics, spelling, use of slang, and incomplete or missing APA citations and references. If required for the assignment, did not use course, text, and/or outside readings (where relevant) to support work. Some spelling, grammatical, and/or structural errors. Some errors in APA formatting (citations and references). If required for the assignment, utilizes sources to support work for initial post but not comments to other students. Sources include course/text readings but outside sources (when relevant) include non-academic/authoritative, such as Wikis and .com resources. Minor errors in grammar, mechanics, or spelling in the initial posting. Minor errors in APA formatting (citations and references). If required for the assignment, utilizes sources to support work for both the initial post and some of the comments to other students. Sources include course and text readings as well as outside sources (when relevant) that are academic and authoritative (e.g., journal articles, other text books, .gov web sites, professional organization web sites). Minor to no errors in grammar, mechanics, or spelling in both the initial post and comments to others. APA formatting is correct. If required for the assignment, utilizes sources to support work for both the initial post and the comments to other students. Sources include course and text readings as well as outside sources (when relevant) that are academic and authoritative (e.g., journal articles, other text books, .gov web sites, professional organization web sites). / 20 Total / 115 Overall Score No Submission 0 points minimum Emerging (F through D Range) 80 points minimum Satisfactory (C Range) 92 points minimum Proficient (B Range) 103 points minimum Exemplary (A Range) 115 points minimum Close ...
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Running head: EXHIBITION ARTWORK

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Exhibition Art Work
Name
Institution

EXHIBITION ARTWORK

Name of artist: India
Title: Indian dagger and dagger pocket
Date of Work: 1400
Materials used: iron for the blade, animal bone for handle, beads, and leather for the pouch
Current location: Indian national museum
The dagger and pocket show the Indian culture of beadwork and skills in metal forging.
This knife found many applications both in the daily chores and also in war and hunting

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EXHIBITION ARTWORK
expeditions. The patterns in the pocket display a design and colors that are associated with Indian
artifacts.

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EXHIBITION ARTWORK

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EXHIBITION ARTWORK
Name of artist: Indian
Title: Indian boots
Date of Work:1300
Materials used: beads and animal hide leather
Current location: Indian national museum
The artifact shows the advancement of Indians in making shoes and protecting their
bodies from harm by the environment. The boots allowed the wearers to travel up in the
mountains and venture in the monsoon forests without the risk of suffering from snake bites
which were the leading causes of deaths during they were made. The beadwork and colors
display traditional Indian artistic prowess.

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EXHIBITION ARTWORK

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EXHIBITION ARTWORK

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Name of artist: Chinese
Title: Chinese woman
Date of Work: 1300
Materials used: chines clay
The artifact shows the appreciation of the women in the community and also the mode of dressing at the period.

Name of artist: Chinese
Title: Chinese porcelain
Date of Work: 1400
Materials used: porcelain clay
Current location: The Forbidden City (imperial palace museum)

EXHIBITION ARTWORK
The enamel is a display of the ancient famous Chinese art of making porcelain utensils.
The patterns indicate the development of the Chine...

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Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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