ATI Career Training Center Art Appreciation Oil Painting Visual Observations HW

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Final Exam Requirements This semester students have explored a variety of artwork while practicing descriptive criticism using visual language that artist physically incorporate within their works of art through a variety of mediums. The final exam will assess your ability to narrate a descriptive story using the elements of design. Think of the time when you were a kid and you could weave a story to your family and friends that left them in disbelief or in awe of your creativity imagination. Students will use both creative storytelling and research skills while incorporating visual art elements through written communication. Students will use the Google Cultural Institute website and pick one oil painting of their choice and provide the following: 1) 15 questions about the painting. 2) 250 words or more short-story using only visual information within the painting and title (no additional research allowed) that incorporates at least 5 different elements of design. Provide a beginning, middle, and end. 3) 25 words or more summary in your own words using research skills to determine what the painting subject matter is based on that incorporates one element of design. (This should be the first time you research information about the painting subject, note this is not a biography about the artist) 4) 50 words or more write a comparison evaluation between your short-story and the summary about the artwork. You will be graded on the following: • • • • • Ability to develop multiple questions based on visual observations. Creative storytelling skills through visual observations using the elements of design (vocabulary should be a part of the narrative and not separate). Ability to develop concise and descriptive written summary using research skills (along with elements of design) Ability to showcase subjective and objective statements. Proper use of English grammar and cohesive writing skills. Prepare a PowerPoint Presentation and “Save As” a (PDF Files ONLY) that includes individual slides of the following: • • • Slide 1: Cover Page (Final Exam, Student Name, Semester, & Year) Slide 2: Image of Oil Painting and artwork description (Artist Name, Title, Medium, Date) Slide 3: 15 questions numerically numbered. • • • Slide 4: 250-words or more creative story (fiction), highlighting all single word elements of design (minimum 5) Be sure you are practicing proper grammar, over capitalizing words/ increasing font size in the middle of sentences is not acceptable. Slide 5: 25-words or more summary based on research (facts) using at least one element of design. Slide 6: 50-words or more evaluation. Slide presentation should only use black or white slides in either black or white font, no other colors allowed. Focus on content only and your creative writing style. Students should only be using the Google Cultural Institute to search for one oil painting from any date of their choice. No other resource or medium allowed. (Must be a painting) Direct link: https://artsandculture.google.com/entity/m031cgw?categoryId=medium&date=-1900 Submit final presentation to Canvas in the Final Exam Submission Folder located on the Home Page inside the folder titled final exam folder. PDF format only. Email submissions will not receive credit. Refer to course calendar for due date. Failure to submit by due date will result in a ZERO, no excuses/circumstances of any kind will be accepted. Remember it is your responsibility to have access to a working computer and reliable Internet services. NO LATE WORK It is recommended that students submit their Final Exam 8 hours before due date in order to allow for problem solving issues that might occur. Final Exam Rubric Fiction through Elements of Design 10 pts Layout Included cover page, titles for each slide and artwork that showcases a painting along with artwork description using proper orientation. 20pts Questions Able to develop 15 questions that explored visual and conceptual curiosity. 20 pts Short Story Showcase ability to develop original story narrative using descriptive art terminology that cohesively aligns with visual observations found in original painting. 5 pts Element of Design 1 of 5 5 pts Element of Design 2 of 5 Poor Average Above Average 79% or less requirements met. 80% requirements met. 100% requirements met. Poor Average Above Average Style of questions showcase little to no visual and/or conceptual curiosity; inquiries were sometimes repetitive through rewording. Overall style of questions showcases visual and conceptual curiosity mostly through short inquires. Style of questions showcase great visual observation and conceptual curiosity through a combination of short and extensive inquires. Poor Average Above Average Short story did not visually align with visual observation within original artwork and/or did not adhere to traditional format by offering a beginning, middle, and end narration. Short story offered creative narration that closely aligned with original subject matter found within artwork. Short story showcases great originality through creative narration that visually aligned with original artwork. Poor Average Above Average Use of element is not used with effort to write a descriptive cohesive writing evaluation and shows very low to no visual analytical skill level. Use of element is somewhat cohesive with writing evaluation and show some level of analytical skill level. Use of element is cohesive with writing evaluation while showing high analytical skill levels Poor Average Above Average Use of element is not used with effort to write a descriptive cohesive writing Use of element is somewhat cohesive with writing evaluation and show Use of element is cohesive with writing evaluation while Total 10 Total 25 Total 20 Total 5 Total 5 evaluation and shows very low to no visual analytical skill level. 5 pts Element of Design 3 of 5 5 pts Element of Design 4 of 5 5 pts Element of Design 5 of 5 5pts Short summary Uses research about the artwork that includes at least one element of design. 10pts Evaluation Evaluate both objectively and subjectively between creative short story and research about original artwork. 10 pts Sentence Structure 250 words or more using complete sentences with some level of analytical skill level. showing high analytical skill levels Poor Average Above Average Use of element is not used with effort to write a descriptive cohesive writing evaluation and shows very low to no visual analytical skill level. Use of element is somewhat cohesive with writing evaluation and show some level of analytical skill level. Use of element is cohesive with writing evaluation while showing high analytical skill levels Poor Average Above Average Use of element is not used with effort to write a descriptive cohesive writing evaluation and shows very low to no visual analytical skill level. Use of element is somewhat cohesive with writing evaluation and show some level of analytical skill level. Use of element is cohesive with writing evaluation while showing high analytical skill levels Poor Average Above Average Use of element is not used with effort to write a descriptive cohesive writing evaluation and shows very low to no visual analytical skill level. Use of element is somewhat cohesive with writing evaluation and show some level of analytical skill level. Use of element is cohesive with writing evaluation while showing high analytical skill levels Poor Average Above Average Summary does not use 25 words and does not incorporate design element based on original subject of artwork. Provided a summary about original subject of artwork using 25 or more words but did not incorporate design element. Provided a concise summary about original subject of artwork using 25 or more words and one or more elements of design. Poor Average Above Average Evaluation focuses on subject of artwork and does not include creative short story. Evaluation incorporates mostly original subject matter of artwork and very little of creative short story. Evaluation equally incorporates both creative short story and original subject matter. Poor Average Provided less than 200 words using complete to incomplete sentences with 4 or Provided 200 or more words using complete sentences with 3 or less Above Average Provided 250 or more words using complete sentences with correct grammar. Total 5 Total 5 Total 5 Total 5 Total 10 Total 10 proper grammar (spelling, punctuation, capitalization, preposition use.) more grammatical mistakes. grammatical mistakes. Test I part ii Grade: 100 Test I Layout Requirements Slide #1 Cover Page Final Exam Student Name Semester Year Slide #2 Artwork description Image of Oil Painting (Artist Name, Title, Medium, Date) Note: Students can copy and paste image from google cultural site or use the artwork description to google search artwork image and copy and paste from search. Artwork oil painting should be identical to original when searching. Slide #3 15 questions numerically numbered. Note: Students should be asking questions based on personal observation of painting. Questions can be as simply as “Why the choice of a red dress?” or more extensive such as “The clouds are dark, does that mean there is a storming coming or going?”. It is advised that students ask a combination of short and extensive questions, as this exercise will greatly help with the creative storytelling. 1. Question one? 2. Question two? 3. Question three? 4. Question four? 5. Question five? 6. Question six? 7. Question seven? 8. Question eight? 9. Question nine? 10.Question ten? 11.Question eleven? 12.Question twelve? 13.Question thirteen? 14.Question fourteen? 15.Question fifteen? Slide #4 Creative fiction story (Freedom to be imaginative!) ( 250 words or more using at least 5 elements of design highlighted) Note: Students must develop a creative story based on their observations of what could be happening within the painting using elements of design. Students should not be researching any factual information about the painting before writing their own version of what is happening. Be sure you are referencing the element of design handout and using characteristics associated with the terms. Example: Color (Red, monochromatic, bright yellow, etc. Scale (large, in proportion to, small, mince, tiny, etc. Value (dark, light, gloomy, bright, etc.) Lastly, edit your writing and make sure that you are combining subject matter with vocabulary, they should go hand in hand as you use art and design adjectives to communicate your story. Slide #5 Summary (25-words or more summary based on research (facts) using at least one element of design.) Note: Students should only begin researching factual information about the oil painting when beginning to develop slide five. Based on what the student has research about the painting will provide a 25 words or more summary using at least one element of design. This is not a biography (summary about the artist’s background). Slide #6 Evaluation (50-words or more) Note: Students will write an evaluation that reflects both what their original observations were in developing a narrative and what they research about the oil painting based on the artist’s intentions and perhaps art historians. This is meant to be a reflection of thought. If any clarity is needed be sure to ask the instructor well before the deadline to ensure you reach your academic goal. Refer to course calendar for due date.
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Final Exam
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Artwork Description
• Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger
• Title: The Ambassadors
• Medium: Oil on Oak
• Date: 1533

Questions about the painting
1.

These men are dressed in luxurious attire, does this mean they are wealthy?

2.

Why the choice of dark clothes?

3.

Does the presence of books indicate the men are literate?

4.

Why is the skull image on the foreground distorted?

5.

Do the instruments on the shelves such as globes, portable sundial and flutes portray the careers of these men?

6.

Why does the man on the right appear gloomy unlike his counterpart on the left?

7.

Why the choice of...


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