Final Project

Project can be from the following religions talked in class. navajo,protestantism,catholicism,african diaspora, judaism,hinduism.REL 321 Final Project Points Possible: 70 (%7 of your grade) Due Date: 04/30 (you will see a submission link in Blackboard) Document format: Word .doc or .docx (documents submitted in the incorrect format will not be accepted). Instructions Visit a professional performance or public art/museum exhibit relevant to one of the religions we are studying in this course. Make sure the exhibit deals with American iterations of that religion in particular (do not, for example, tell me about the European art section at a museum). Submissions that do not focus on the United States will receive a “0.” Write a 2-3 page reflection on the performance/exhibit (Double space, 12 pt. font). Please include the following in your reflection. Designate each section with its corresponding letter. Failure to follow this structure, including letter designation, will automatically result in a loss of 25 points:The name of the performance/exhibit.The date you attended.A brief description of the performance/exhibit.How did the performance/exhibit reflect what we have learned in class about religion in the America? If you found the performance/exhibit to be inaccurate, then write about how it is inaccurate in this section.A description of your experience as an audience member. (What was your experience? Did you enjoy it? Was it well done? How did it make you feel? Etc.)What are some of the things you learned from this performance/exhibit that we did not cover in class?If you found the performance/exhibit to be inaccurate, then write about what you learned regarding how that religion is represented to the public. Performance and Exhibit Suggestions Take a look at possible performances at: ASU Dance or Theater Department Gammage Herberger Any other performance Take a look at possible exhibits at: ASU Art Museum (or an ASU exhibit in the library, anthropology department, etc.) Casa Grande Ruins (or any other Native American ruins, petroglyphs, etc.) Heard Museum (Native American Art) This is one of the best places to visit for this project,especially if you want to complete it early. Musical Instrument Museum Natural History Museum (has an exhibit on the Hohokam) Phoenix Art Museum Or any other public exhibit/museum Notes on grading, etc. If there is any indication that you have submitted the assignment without having attended the performance/exhibit, you will receive no points.Please make sure you attend a professional performance or museum exhibit. In humanities, we must abide by strict ethical guidelines, which precludes you from attending a religious service or using any material that is not meant specifically for public exhibition (eg. church architecture or service) without the proper approval. The approval process is too extensive to do in this course. Please let me know if you are unsure if your chosen performance/event fits the criteria. Submissions that do not meet this criteria will receive a “0.”In the past, student have attempted to submit reflections on on online performances or exhibits. This is unacceptable and will result in a “0.” I expect proper grammar and spelling.Please follow all other grading notes throughout this rubric. I don’t require photographs because some performances and exhibits prohibit them. You may include photographs if you want, but they will not count towards your page count.Follow the page count closely. Do not go over or under by any amount (I do not round up or down, so don’t submit a 1 ½ or 3 ½ page paper). Note that I have not given specific word or sentence ranges per section as this will be different relative to your chosen performance or exhibit. Use your discretion in this regard. That being said, make sure you are turning in quality work…do not take the easy way out! I hope you enjoy this project, but take it seriously!If you have any questions about your final project, you must email me by April 15. I will not respond to questions regarding this project after this date.
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REL 321 Final Project
Points Possible: 70 (%7 of your grade)
Due Date: 04/30 (you will see a submission link in Blackboard)
Document format: Word .doc or .docx (documents submitted in the
incorrect format will not be accepted).
Instructions
1. Visit a professional performance or public art/museum
exhibit relevant to one of the religions we are studying in this
course. Make sure the exhibit deals with American iterations of
that religion in particular (do not, for example, tell me about the
European art section at a museum). Submissions that do not focus
on the United States will receive a “0.”
2. Write a 2-3 page reflection on the performance/exhibit (Double
space, 12 pt. font). Please include the following in your reflection.
Designate each section with its corresponding letter. Failure to
follow this structure, including letter designation, will
automatically result in a loss of 25 points:
a. The name of the performance/exhibit.
b. The date you attended.
c. A brief description of the performance/exhibit.
d. How did the performance/exhibit reflect what we have
learned in class about religion in the America?
i. If you found the performance/exhibit to be
inaccurate, then write about how it is inaccurate in
this section.
e. A description of your experience as an audience member.
(What was your experience? Did you enjoy it? Was it well
done? How did it make you feel? Etc.)
f. What are some of the things you learned from this
performance/exhibit that we did not cover in class?
i. If you found the performance/exhibit to be
inaccurate, then write about what you learned
regarding how that religion is represented to the
public.
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Performance and Exhibit Suggestions
Take a look at possible performances at:
ASU Dance or Theater Department
Gammage
Herberger
Any other performance
Take a look at possible exhibits at:
ASU Art Museum (or an ASU exhibit in the library, anthropology
department, etc.)
Casa Grande Ruins (or any other Native American ruins,
petroglyphs, etc.)
Heard Museum (Native American Art)
This is one of the best places to visit for this project,
especially if you want to complete it early.
Musical Instrument Museum
Natural History Museum (has an exhibit on the Hohokam)
Phoenix Art Museum
Or any other public exhibit/museum
Notes on grading, etc.
1. If there is any indication that you have submitted the assignment
without having attended the performance/exhibit, you will
receive no points.
2. Please make sure you attend a professional performance or
museum exhibit. In humanities, we must abide by strict ethical
guidelines, which precludes you from attending a religious service
or using any material that is not meant specifically for public
exhibition (eg. church architecture or service) without the proper
approval. The approval process is too extensive to do in this
course. Please let me know if you are unsure if your chosen
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performance/event fits the criteria. Submissions that do not
meet this criteria will receive a “0.”
In the past, student have attempted to submit reflections on on
online performances or exhibits. This is unacceptable and will
result in a “0.”
I expect proper grammar and spelling.
Please follow all other grading notes throughout this rubric.
I don’t require photographs because some performances and
exhibits prohibit them. You may include photographs if you want,
but they will not count towards your page count.
Follow the page count closely. Do not go over or under by any
amount (I do not round up or down, so don’t submit a 1 ½ or 3 ½
page paper).
a. Note that I have not given specific word or sentence ranges
per section as this will be different relative to your chosen
performance or exhibit. Use your discretion in this regard.
That being said, make sure you are turning in quality
work…do not take the easy way out! I hope you enjoy this
project, but take it seriously!
If you have any questions about your final project, you must
email me by April 15. I will not respond to questions regarding
this project after this date.

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