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Field Trip Essay

Field Trip Essay.

I’m working on a Art & Design exercise and need support.

Art History II: FIELD TRIP ESSAY (80 points)

This assignment supports the following outcomes:

o Obtain knowledge and analyze significant movements and genres in Western art and architecture

o Be able to analyze works of art in terms of subject matter and style

o Be able to communicate ideas about art using the appropriate vocabulary in written format

o Appreciate recognized works of art based in Los Angeles

Assignment

For this assignment, you will complete and submit a written report on a field trip to:

an art museum (visit a minimum of five works, and choose two)

You should plan to go to the museum and spend a significant amount of time ‘looking’ before you select two works of art on which to write. This is a project that will require some thought and possibly a second trip to the same location. Therefore, I recommend that you plan your trip well in advance of the due date.

After visiting the location, you will write an essay about your visit. In the essay you should:

1.Describe/summarize two works of art viewed. List the title of the works viewed, the name of the artist(s), and the year the works were created.

2.Relate the artwork to the type of art, the genre, and the time period the art is from. How does the artwork you viewed exemplify its major characteristics?

3.Through comparing and contrasting two pieces of art, which have been made during two different time periods and styles, you will evaluate how two works can express very different or similar styles, contexts, and cultural meanings.

4.Write your own reaction to the artworks. What did you expect before experiencing the artworks? Explain if your expectations were valid. What were your reactions to the artworks? Did you like the artwork or architecture? Why or why not? Include information about how going to the location fostered your appreciation of recognized works of art

The essay should have 1-inch margins, be double-spaced, and use 12-point Times New Roman font. It should be 3 to 4 pages in length (approximately 750 to 1,500 words), not counting the title page, image page, and list of works cited.

Research sources must be cited properly within the essay and also listed on a Works Cited page. All research sources must be properly cited and documented in MLA style.

Deliverables

Submit essay from your field trip as a hard copy and online. Additionally, the essay must be accompanied by at least one of the following:

brochure

ticket stub

photographs of the location

Resources

Local art museums

All documents and websites provided in Files/Important documents in Canvas

Course recommended textbook

The Field Trip Essay will assess your knowledge of great works of Western art and culture from the Early Renaissance to the Realist movement and, in particular, your ability to think critically and contextually about the arts. Through comparing and contrasting two pieces of art, you will evaluate how two works of art can express similar or different styles, contexts, and cultural meanings. In this paper, you will communicate ideas regarding Western art and culture using the specialized vocabulary explored within the fine arts and humanities content learned throughout the course. While the primary goal of this paper is not research, you are strongly encouraged to consult a few quality research sources to assist you in identifying your works and analyze their styles and historical contexts. Please see Canvas File folder for suggestions on which sources to consult. You will select two different works of art. The two works should have some common elements (such as subject matter, theme, or visual structure) but have to be made during two different time periods and styles. Include at least one image of each work on the first page of your paper, before you start writing your introduction. If possible, provide multiple images of your chosen pieces (from websites and online sources), with different angles or views. In the paper, you will address how the style, theme, and meanings of a work of art relate to its various contexts (historical, social, political, philosophical, artistic, etc.). You will also examine the ways in which the style of an artwork affects the way it looks, and address how each piece expresses the visual features, formal elements, and thematic concerns of its particular style movement. Begin your essay by stating the name of the museum where you saw the exhibition or place where you visited architectural works of art. Be sure to include your own observations and ideas

about each work.

Although the museum’s literature and gallery wall labels may help you to understand each work, do not rephrase or quote excessively from their literature. If you must quote or you chose to use key information taken from the gallery wall label be sure to cite it correctly (see below)! Most importantly, relate the artist/s or artworks to other artists or movements that have been or will be studied over the course of the semester.

Lastly, give your opinion of the chosen works of art. How successful is the artist’s work in addressing a theme? How was it installed? How might it have been improved upon? Please note that titles of artworks should be italicized or underlined.

Proofreading is also essential as spell check does not catch everything (i.e. their/there, peace/piece). The essay needs a thesis sentence, proper agreement of nouns and verbs, verb tense agreement, correct spelling, correct punctuation, and a conclusion. You also should demonstrate your ability to use specific art history terms when necessary. If you need help expressing your ideas you can go to the Tutoring Center for technical advice on grammar, format, etc. Needless to say, any plagiarism from printed texts or the internet will result hi an “F” on the assignment. Any two essays that are significantly similar also will receive an “F”. Include a bibliography that lists at least two sources for each chosen work of art. What to footnote? Historical facts, definitions of terms or anything that can be considered common knowledge does not need to be cited.

For example, Columbus landed in the Bahamasin 1492 is a known fact and does not need a footnote. However, an interpretation that is not fact but one person’s opinion must be cited. Since an interpretation is debatable and not a provable fact you must cite the author as the originator of this idea. Give credit where credit is due. Observations, IDEAS, opinions or interpretations that are taken from another source EVEN if you put those ideas into your own words MUST be footnoted in the same way as a direct quote. Footnotes should appear at the end of the sentence (not the paragraph) that includes the cited information.

1. For subsequent footnotes that draw from the same source, the author’s name and page number will suffice.

2 If the subsequent footnote is a reference to the same author and the same page number as the one that came immediately before then the term ibid is used.

3 If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail me.

Suggested locations for AHIS 2:

1) LACMA

2) Getty Center

3) Hammer Museum1 Henry M. Sayre, Writing about Art (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 1995), 76-83.2 Sayre, 81.3 ibid, 81.

4) Norton Simon Museum

Attached is my previous essay, you can use the same art works

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WYQYUhAUCfM013…

Field Trip Essay