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As we will end this course in the 1960s, your final project is intended give you a window of the space between then and now. Your final project is based on these two parts:
Part 1: Mini Research Paper (2-3 pages) – worth 100 of 310 total points
Part 2: Virtual Gallery Tour – worth 210 of 310 total points
First, select from the list of possible artists, offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.
- Email me with your first and second choices. PLEASE MESSAGE ME WHICH ONE YOU DECIDE ON SO I COULD EMAIL MY TEACHER!
- I will return your email with approval of one of the artists (or another alternative ifneither of your top two sections is available).
- After you are given artist approval, you must email me a paragraph about yourartist and your planned perspective, as well as the possible sources that you plan to use. Send your paragraph no later than one week from receiving your artist approval.
Please see attachment for the rest of this part in more details !!!
Part 1: Mini Research Paper
For your final project you will choose an artist who has made work from 1970 to the present. One page 2 is a list of possible choices, but you are more than welcome to propose an artist to me that is not on the list. I have chosen artists that are a bit more well- known, in part, because you will need to access at least 3 accredited sources on them, either on-line or otherwise.
The first part of your final project assignment is to write a 2-3 page research paper that includes a brief biography of the artist, the movements they are/were included in (if any), their influences, your opinion of their work, and why the artist made the choices they did in their work.
This mini-paper must include:
Works-cited page in MLA format
Double-spaced in 12-point Times New Roman font,
Submitted online by Monday, August 29th by 5pm CST.This part of the project will make up 100 points of the 310 total points of your grade. The assessment rubric on page 3 describes how your instructor will assess your work.
PLEASE SEE ATTACHMENT FOR RUBRIC AND MORE DETAILS
Part 2: Virtual Gallery Tour
The bulk of your grade will rest in developing an online gallery tour in PowerPoint format of 3-5 pieces of your chosen Artist’s work. You will develop an introduction to that artist, relevant pieces of their bio, and notes and thoughts about the reasons they created the artwork and your own opinion.
This part of the project will make up 210 points of the 310 total points of your grade. The assessment rubric on the following page describes how your instructor will assess your work.
If you have any questions or concerns about this project, please do not hesitate to ask. Try to be creative with the way you are looking at these artists, and interpret the project to match your interests and goals. Parts of this should be fun!
Plagiarism Warning! If you plagiarize any component of this project, you will fail this course.
Plagiarism is against the policies and standards of the College of St. Scholastica.
Plagiarizing is when you directly copy someone’s writing and/or information and don’t give them credit in the form of a citation, thus giving the impression that the text you are using is your original thought. A link to more information about what plagiarism is: http://www.plagiarism.org/plag_article_plagiarism_faq.html