Cultural Experience Report

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Cultural Experience Report #1 You will write 2 cultural experience reports this session. You will hand in one during week 4 and the other during week 7. After each cultural experience, write a 500-800 word report about the visit and what you learned. See Cultural Experience Report: Successful Example (Content/Syllabus & Assignments/Cultural Experience Reports and Final Project). Instructions: For each report, attend one venue from the below list. Attend a different type of venue for your 1st and 2nd report. art museum or sculpture garden significant or notable architectural site (if there is explanatory material there to help you understand it) music concert theater play poetry reading or spoken word performance dance performance religious service, ceremony or ritual for a religion very different from yours, if you practice (for instance, if you are Christian, you may not go to another Christian denomination's service) other displays or performances may be acceptable. Check with your instructor for approval beforehand. Restrictions: The experience should be done in person. If this is impossible, contact the instructor to arrange for alternatives. You may not report on a cultural experience from prior to this class. Each report should include the following information. Include photos or links that help convey the information. As always, be sure to document all sources you consult in preparing your work. Name and location of the museum, site, or performance event. If there is on-line information about the site or performance, include a link. Type of museum, site or event. For example, is it a portrait museum, a poetry slam, an outdoor Shakespeare festival performance? If you attended a performance, name the performer or the piece. Be specific about what you attended, when, and where. Briefly describe the general setting. Describe at least one aspect of the experience that you found especially interesting. For example, you might write about a particular work of art, cultural artifact, song, dance section, scene in a play, costumes or lighting, a particular actor or vocalist, etc. Explain what impressed or affected you, and why. Your reaction can be positive or negative, as long as you offer an explanation. Identify and use at at least two tools that you have learned about in class to talk about your visit. For example, if you visit a museum, you might point out how color works in one of the paintings, or if you go to a concert, how rhythm works in one of the songs. Make sure you are explicit in identifying the tools you are using and the learning resources your tools come from. Reflect on the relevance--if any--of your experience to your everyday life. How did the experience engage your feelings or emotions, if at all? What does this tell you about human culture, or about yourself? Cultural Experience Report #2 Instructions You will write 2 cultural experience reports this session. You will hand in one during week 4 and the other during week 7. After each cultural experience, write a 500-800 word report about the visit and what you learned. See Cultural Experience Report: Successful Example (Content/Syllabus & Assignments/Cultural Experience Reports and Final Project). Instructions: For each report, attend one venue from the below list. Attend a different type of venue for your 1st and 2nd report. art museum or sculpture garden significant or notable architectural site (if there is explanatory material there to help you understand it) music concert theater play poetry reading or spoken word performance dance performance religious service, ceremony or ritual for a religion very different from yours, if you practice (for instance, if you are Christian, you may not go to another Christian denomination's service) other displays or performances may be acceptable. Check with your instructor for approval beforehand. Restrictions: The experience should be done in person. If this is impossible, contact the instructor to arrange for alternatives. You may not report on a cultural experience from prior to this class. Each report should include the following information. Include photos or links that help convey the information. As always, be sure to document all sources you consult in preparing your work. Name and location of the museum, site, or performance event. If there is on-line information about the site or performance, include a link. Type of museum, site or event. For example, is it a portrait museum, a poetry slam, an outdoor Shakespeare festival performance? If you attended a performance, name the performer or the piece. Be specific about what you attended, when, and where. Briefly describe the general setting. Describe at least one aspect of the experience that you found especially interesting. For example, you might write about a particular work of art, cultural artifact, song, dance section, scene in a play, costumes or lighting, a particular actor or vocalist, etc. Explain what impressed or affected you, and why. Your reaction can be positive or negative, as long as you offer an explanation. Identify and use at at least two tools that you have learned about in class to talk about your visit. For example, if you visit a museum, you might point out how color works in one of the paintings, or if you go to a concert, how rhythm works in one of the songs. Make sure you are explicit in identifying the tools you are using and the learning resources your tools come from. Reflect on the relevance--if any--of your experience to your everyday life. How did the experience engage your feelings or emotions, if at all? What does this tell you about human culture, or about yourself? ...
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Running head: CULTURAL EXPERIENCE

Cultural Experience
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Cultural Experience
A Visit to the National Art Gallery:

National gallery of art is a national Museum with much of it collections, comprising of
arts. It is richly furnished with arts and painting all around its walls, with the pictures and
designs, the painting is incredible and attractive. Around the museum, there is a sculpture garden
which contributes immensely to the museum beauty and attractiveness. It located in Washington
DC.
Museum collections are unique that lack comparison to any other. Previous years the
museum entry was free and opened to the public but due to increase in the number of visitors,
management so it wise to charge a small amount of entry fee so that they can control the massive
crowd. Andrew W Mellon conceived the idea to give the National Gallery of art to the public.
The museum is made of two wings designs which are linked by a large underground passage; the
two buildings are distinguished by two original names, East building and West building wing.

Most the collections in the art museum were made by European masters who are mainly
located in the east wing which comprises of paintings and sculptures that are modern and
contemporary art. There are some notable world figures and famous people whose arts can be
identified in the gallery. I liked the painting of President Barack Obama; it was strategically
placed, his natural smile would be determined which made the picture more attractive and

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mesmerizing. Any person who gets an opportunity to enter the museum cannot help but notice
the incredible sculptures that are attractive. Despite providing a view of the world to the visitors,
the foundation also is a source of knowledge that can be experienced and shared with many
generations to come. For every art, they are a few details that give a glimpse of what inspired the
creation of such a sculpture. The museum uses virtual programs that give vital information to the
public as well as directions and explanation when a person raises a question. This technology has
reduced the number of tour guides around the museum as one can type the problem and the
computer responds. These architecture are stunning just like the museum's arts; The foundation
is a source of pride for the country, I came across several beaut...

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