Today we are taking the Final exam. You will be accessing the exam on your own t

Today we are taking the Final exam. You will be accessing the exam on your own through our Brightspace site. Attendance will be based on completion of the exam. I will remain in the zoom session if you have questions, but you do not need to stay logged into zoom during the exam. When you are done with the exam, you can leave.
The exam will be available from 9:30-11:00 AM
you need to login in my account my.ccc.edu once logged in click on quick links…then click on brightspace…..then all my classes will appear you will click on art 103 then click on quizzes and click on final exam and start the exam you will have from 9:30am-11:00am
Https://Brightspace.ccc.edu
username-catkins14
password-CaChicago116
Make sure you read the instructions carefully as they may contain more than just one question. Also, be sure to click “submit” when you are done
This is our book for the term.
Author: Getlein, Mark
ISBN-13: 978-1-260-36389-0
ISBN-10: 1-260-36389-9
Edition/Copyright: 12TH 20
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company

For this post, you will write a detailed description and visual analysis of the

For this post, you will write a detailed description and visual analysis of the back view of the Palette of Narmer (ancient Egyptian art, c. 2950 BCE). (image below).
STEP ONE:
Describe the work of art in detail. Imagine that you are describing this artwork to someone who can’t see it and your goal is to include enough information that the person can form a mental picture of the artwork. Your description should include the following information (this information can be found in Week 1 Powerpoint 4–Art of Ancient Egypt):
Dimensions and medium (listed in the caption underneath the image in Week 1 PowerPoint 4)
Description of the figures pictured on the palette (Who is shown? What are they doing?)
Composition (How are the figures arranged?)
Technique (Is this a sculpture in the round, low relief sculpture, or a high relief sculpture?)
Viewpoint (Are the figures shown frontal, in profile, or in a composite view?)
STEP TWO:
Next, visually analyze the artwork. Identify, describe, and try to explain the way the artist used visual and formal elements such as scale, composition, style, etc. to create meaning within the artwork. Remember that artists make many choices when they design and create their artworks. How do these choices effect the meaning of this artwork? Why does the artwork look the way it does? Make sure to consider the following:
Scale (How does the size of the figures, particularly in relation to each other, impact the meaning of the work?)
Style (Are the figures naturalistic, stylized, and/or idealized?)
Composition (Why are the figures arranged the way they are?)

Imagine you are responsible for taking a group of students on a field trip to an

Imagine you are responsible for taking a group of students on a field trip to an art museum. Several students have had to cancel at the last minute due to illness, so their families have asked for an alternative way for them to be included.
Prepare 700- to 1,050-word guide that takes students on a virtual field trip of museums and provides examples of significant works of visual art in different media. Include the grade level of your intended audience in your guide.
Choose 8 to 11 examples of artworks to include in your guide (see section below for details).
Write directions to guide students through at least 1 virtual tour of a museum, along with a brief description of what you want them to observe or do during the tour. Include a link to the virtual tour.
Locate a museum collection that has a “Museum View:”
Click on a location of your choice, or find a nearby collection. Important note: Be sure to allow Google access to your current location.
Click on a museum page from the collections available.
Scroll down to see if a Museum View is available for that location. If so, it will appear in a circle just above the map, near the bottom of the page.
Preview the Museum View to decide what you will want the students to learn from the experience.