In addition, analyze the text used in the advertisement as a language strategy.

In this assignment, you will analyze a print advertisement which incorporates both visual images and language. Using the unit resource, “How to Analyze a Print Advertisement,” as a guide, deconstruct the visual symbols present in the ad for their use of color, shape, and spatiality. In addition, analyze the text used in the advertisement as… Continue reading In addition, analyze the text used in the advertisement as a language strategy.

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Using the unit resource, “how to analyze a print

In this assignment, you will analyze a print advertisement which incorporates both visual images and language. Using the unit resource, “How to Analyze a Print Advertisement,” as a guide, deconstruct the visual symbols present in the ad for their use of color, shape, and spatiality. In addition, analyze the text used in the advertisement as… Continue reading Using the unit resource, “how to analyze a print

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Does your chosen work fit into a specific style or period of art.?

Once you’ve selected your image, provide the following info: 1. Copy of your image and Image details: Title of the work Include an image of the work and the image source Artist Date Media Current location 2. Identify 3 elements of art used in the work (identify specific vocabulary. For example, don’t say “line”…identify if… Continue reading Does your chosen work fit into a specific style or period of art.?

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Explain in your post/argument, why you make a specific “claim” with “evidence” (i.e., grounds to support your claim(s) from your textbook, other art books, or websites.

Please read Chapter 3.8 “The Modern Aesthetic: Realism to Expressionism” (pp. 501-544) in your “Gateways to Art” textbook. Look at Henry O. Turner’s “Banjo Lesson” on page 517. Next, read the attached Teacher-Made hand-out, ART CRITICISM (review the 5 Steps: 1. See; 2. Perceive; 3. Ask & Answer; 4. Reflect; 5. Know). Art = Form… Continue reading Explain in your post/argument, why you make a specific “claim” with “evidence” (i.e., grounds to support your claim(s) from your textbook, other art books, or websites.

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Why you chose this image

Task 1: Find great art that you like The only tools you need for this activity are your imagination and a picture of a work of art you like or find interesting. Browse the online collections of some museums and search the keyword field for ideas (for example, “portrait” or “dog”). If you have a… Continue reading Why you chose this image

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