Read/review the following resources for this activity:
· Textbook: Chapter 15
· Minimum of 1 primary source (from artist)
· Minimum of 1 scholarly source
Initial Post Instructions
For the initial post, select and address one of the following options:
Option 1: Choose a work to discuss from one genre that interprets a work from another genre.
· Include the title, artist, and description of both works.
· Examine how the artist of the second work captured the subject or story of the first.
· Support your point(s) with a statement from the second artist that discusses the influence, reasoning, or interpretation of the original work on the second work.
Option 2: Choose a work that is interdisciplinary (incorporates two or more disciplines), such as Hamilton from our lesson this week.
· Include the title and artist(s).
· Examine the genres that are intermingled to create the work.
· How effective is the blending of genres in the work?
· Why do you think the artist used different disciplines in the work?
· Support your point(s) with a statement from the artist and one from a critic.
Option 3: Choose a work of art from any genre that depicts or tells the story of a real life event from any time period, such as The Consecration of the Emperor Napoleon and the Coronation of Empress Joséphine on December 2, 1804 by Jacques Louis David.
· Include the title and the artist and some background of the event.
· What is the relationship between the work of art and the event?
· Did the artist depict the event accurately?
· Does the artist make changes regarding the event? If so, why do you think the artist made these changes?
· Examine the artist's message in the depiction.
· Support your point(s) with a statement from the artist.
· Minimum of 2 sources cited (assigned readings/online lessons and an outside source)
· APA format for in-text citations and list of references
CO 1: Identify the content, forms, and/or techniques of work of art (e.g., architecture, fine art, literature, and/or drama).
CO 2: Analyze the content, forms, and/or techniques of a work of art (e.g., architecture, fine art, literature, and/or drama).
CO 3: Explain the historical/cultural/social context in which a work was created.
CO 4: Classify works of art using different approaches (by discipline, genre, style, period, etc.) in order to contextualize the works and relate them to a variety of influences.