Frequently Asked Questions in Art

timer Asked: Jan 17th, 2021

Question Description

Instructions: Write a FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) document for each work of art: the 6 different genres; African, Renaissance, Impressionism, Cubism, Surrealism, and Pop Art. The 6 different art media; painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, mixed media, and printmaking. The Q&A must be filled out completely. Questions could be regarding the media being used, why the work is significant, history of the work/artist, time period, style, geographic location, the social and political happenings that influenced artists like Picasso, the discovery and appreciation of how art has changed due to advances in technology etc. Answers should not be “yes” or “no” responses, but instead should display your skills related to critical thinking, analysis, and interpretation of the artwork. Upon completion of the FAQ, choose one of the pieces of artwork and write a 1 page critique. This art criticism is where you go beyond description and offer an informed opinion about the work. Your critique should interpret meaning and include critical judgments about the specific work of art.

Complete a FAQ document for each piece of artwork. Displayed advanced level of skill related to critical thinking, analysis and interpretation of the artwork. Give an in-depth, advanced introduction for supplemental written critique. A 1-page minimum written critique requirement and provided in-depth interpretation of meaning and displayed advanced critical judgment about the specific work of art. Give an advanced, insightful conclusion for supplemental written critique.

FAQ and Critique

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