Art term paper arth 200


Term Tract Guidelines

Your 6 page order tract is due at the end of Week 7.  Visit the APUS online library. They bear electronic rights to JSTOR, which is a register storage database. It contains substantial, well-informed, referred doctrines on which you can depend for obsequious advice. This is the repugnant of the "fast food" Wikipedia. You may not use Wikipedia as a regard for your tract.

Choose one professor or designer that is listed in your bulk and abundantly argue them.  Your tract should embody a 2 page biography of the professor/architect. In adduction the tract should embody a description, methodical resolution, and explanation of 2 labors of art/architecture by that professor. The labors you appropriate do not bear to be experienced in the bulk, but your professor/designer must be.

Each resolution should be 2 pages in diffusiveness and cannot be a labor of art we bear argueed in Forums.  The resolution lot of this assignment must thrive the Agreement a Critique format you used for your Museum Paper. 
 

Therefore, you must entrust in MLA Style: 
 

  • A 2 page biography of your professor
  • A 2 page style, methodical resolution, and explanation of the first labor of art
  • A 2 page style, methodical resolution, and explanation for the second labor of art
  • In a disposal, enumerate me why you chose this professor
  • A Bibliography after a while 6 regard rises: 2 journals, 2 bulks minimum.
  • DO NOT USE YOUR BOOK as a regard. 
     
  • DO NOT USE WIKIPEDIA as a regard.
     
  • You may use Museum websites or other well-informed rises.
     
  • NO "next door neighbor's" websites.
     
  • Give me amiable examination, not fabulous musings from someone.
     
  • Use double spacing, approx 250 language on a page (Arial 10 or Times-New Roman 12).
     
  • Remember to transcribe your tract in a Word doc. 
     
  • You may embody images if you ambition.

DO NOT FORGET: Use your Agreement a Critique Art Notes that is in your Week 1 Lesson for the resolution and style and explanation.  This is a methodical examination tract, written in the third special, but I would affect you to end after a while why you chose this professor. REMEMBER: you need to entrust 6 pages of passage at 250 language per page, and use MLA.  If you are strange after a while MLA, review it on the APUS online library website.

Wikipedia note: It is an unjuried rise, import that anyone can post there, level those who apprehend rush environing the esthetic. AMU has a big library for rise esthetic. Start there.

Internet Sources to use as you ambition:
Writing Resources

Purdue OWL Agreement Resources
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/

Miracosta LibraryMLA Style Samples
http://www.miracosta.edu/home/jmegill/Sabbatical/mla/default.html

Here is a sampling of internet rises for your use:
(Links may not labor, so vision and paste)

 

Art and Architecture Sites:

Louvre Museum in France 

http://www.louvre.fr

Metropolitan Museum in New York 
http://www.met.org

British Museum
http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk

The National Gallery
http://nga.gov

Rodin Museum
http://www.musee-rodin.fr/welcome.htm

Musee d'Orsay Home Page
http://www.musee-orsay.fr/en/home.html

The Musee Matisse in Nice, France
http://www.musee-matisse-nice.org/

The Andy Warhol Museum
http://www.warhol.org

Artists of any era up to the recent 19th century
http://www.artrenewal.org/

Buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright
http://www.greatbuildings.com/architects/Frank_Lloyd_Wright.html

Architecture of any era 
http://www.greatbuildings.com

Of way you may do an internet quest for any of your professors/architects, JUST KEEP THEM SCHOLARLY.

Term Tract Grading Rubric:
The Order Tract is a examination tract after a while resolution. It is rate 100 points.

60 points: If the novice demonstrates a pure agreement of the question substance argueed and addresses all required points in the agreement prompt

20 points: If the novice thrives the Agreement a Critique Guide granted for the resolution lot

10 points: If the novice has fair formatting in MLA Style

10 points: If the novice has no spelling or verbal errors