In Unit 1, we used the four-step critical analysis process in our discussions to describe, analyze, interpret, and judge works of art. For this assignment, select one work of art from the classical Greek or classical Roman periods. ( SEE ATTACHMENT TITLED ART IMAGE 1 FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT!) Select one—and only one—work or art from any one of these periods of history.
Use the following four-step process to describe, analyze, interpret, and judge the artwork you selected:
Name and describe the facts. Simply identify the objects in the artwork by describing what you see.
Analyze the facts. Using the language of art, describe what elements of the artwork catch your attention. These could be elements such as shapes, lines, colors, or textures.
Interpret the evidence. Based upon what you learned in steps 1 and 2, what do you think the artwork is about? What ideas, moods, emotions, messages, or stories do you think the artwork communicates?
Judge the work of art. Do the objects, elements, and meaning of the artwork achieve the desired result, in comparison with other works of art?
Title: Title your paper using the name of the object or image selected.
Structure: Develop your paper using the four-step process as an outline.
Length: 2–3 pages.
Written Communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
APA Formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to current APA style and formatting.
Turnitin: Submit your assignment to Turnitin.
Once you have completed the process, submit your written findings in the assignment area.
DISCUSSION ONE: ( THIS PART PROJECT IS CONTINUOUS WHICH EVER TUTOR SELECTED WILL HAVE TO BE THE SAME TUTOR TO CONTINUE MOVING WITH THE COURSE PROJECT)
Brainstorming Ideas for the Final Project
For your course project, you will focus on how art functions in your chosen career path—as a reaction to how visual culture illuminate concerns in the workplace or even as an effort to create social change. In this discussion, you will brainstorm ways in which creativity and art are meaningful and relevant to your life—in your major or career, at your workplace, or in your personal life. Brainstorming and discussing ideas here should help you choose and focus on your project topic.