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Find The Art You Will Discuss Find a public artwork that resides where all can see and is free to view and appreciate. Museums are also great places to discover an artwork for this project, but be aware of museum policies regarding masks and do not record while inside. Security will either tell you to stop, or escort you out. Art from your travels is fine, too. Just be sure that the photo you took of something while traveling is no older than a year or two. Step 1: Find a piece of public art. The art can be two or three - dimensional. Step 2: Record yourself talking about the art. Discuss what is so special about the piece to you. You must provide a visual analysis utilizing the Principles of Design and items from the Visual Toolbox. If the artwork is 3-dimension, discuss sculptural terminology. Use terminology that applies to the type of artwork you have chosen. If you are able to provide some information about the artist, do so. Don't forget to tell me where the artwork is located. Also, be sure to include good shots of the artwork that you are discussing. Remember that this is not a grade school style book report. Avoid making this entirely about where the artist was born, who they married, the name of their dog or cat, etc. In addition, avoid plagiarizing art historical information. If you are using anyone else's words, YOU MUST CITE THE SOURCE. So in the case of this presentation, you must say "according to so and so, they said that this portrait's colours represent the anguish the artist felt towards the relationship with the person depicted on the canvas." Things look/sound suspicious when all of the sudden you become posh art historians. Cite your sources. In addition, you must discuss an original artwork. NO REPRODUCTIONS. I will not accept a presentation about a poster (reproduction) of a Van Gogh painting that hangs in your living room unless it is a REAL Van Gogh, for example. Da Vinci's "Last Supper" is a popular artwork used for this project. Unless you went to Santa Maria delle Grazie, where it resides, saw it first hand, and used your own images for your presentation, then you can use it. The reproduction in your local church will not count. Step 3: Provide me with a link that will enable me to see your presentation. The length of your presentation should be a minimum of 45 seconds, although I'm sure going over will be no problem. Be sure to submit your link in Canvas. My advice would be to use Youtube, Google Drive or any other platform that stores video material to store your presentation. For additional help in submitting your presentations through Canvas refer to this Assignment Submissions video (Links to an external site.) Links to an external site. . Be creative! Have Fun! Grading Rubric Levels of Achievement Criteria Low Competent Exceptional Historic Reference 0 - 10 points 11 - 12 points 13 - 15 points Below average level of competency. Competent level of application. Exceptional level of application. 0 - 41 points 42 - 52 points 53 - 60 points Below average level of competency. Competent level of application. Exceptional level of application. 0 - 17 point 18 - 22 points 23 - 25 points Below average level of competency. Competent level of application. Exceptional level of application. Visual Analysis Clarity of Communication, Creativity Grading Example: Historic Reference: 11 Visual Analysis: 53 Clarity of Comm/Creativity: 22 Total = 86 (B) Some Advice: Avoid making your presentation a lengthy, super selfie. There have been presentations that show me 2 seconds of the art, and 1 and a half minutes of face shot. Remember, I need to see the art! Pretty faces are always nice, but I can't grade your pretty face. You can take a nice pic of the art and do a voice over. That works fine, but avoid doing voice overs while your phone/device is pointed at your computer's monitor. Using an image from your monitor gives me the impression that you didn't really go forth and seek art. Remember to provide a live link to your video. Youtube works great, as do other apps. What you need to remember is that I do NOT want to be downloading movie files onto my own laptop. Files that require downloading will not be graded. Also, remember to check your settings on Youtube and Google Drive. Some settings will block my ability to view your video. In addition, I will NOT accept PowerPoint presentations with audio attachments. These have provided way too much grief with the audio. depositphotos sojoychisodap Cono0o deserono
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Art: B-24 liberator sculpture

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Art: B-24 liberator sculpture
B-24 liberator sculpture is a unique piece of public artwork located in Balboa, San Diego,
in California. B-24 Liberator was a massive bomber constructed by the San Diego Aircraft
agency (Killick et al., 2014). The B-24 liberator sculpture is a three-dimensional figure built in
the form of an aircraft instituted in the year 1941. This piece of art resemblance is analogous to
the massive long-range bomber used by the United States during World War II. It was dubbed
the flying coffin from only one entrance and exit point, located at the plane's tail end. This piece
of art, situated at the Air Garden in veteran’s memorial...

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