answer these questions

How to Prepare for this Assignment
1.
Engage with the
presentation â??The Value of Artâ?
2.
Read the following
from your textbook: pages 36

41, 256

257, 352

355, 396, 546, 656

657
Answer all of the following
1.
Find one artwork from the textbook that reflects at least two different ways in which art is valued and
dis
cuss. Do not select an artwork that someone from your group has already picked.
ï?·
Identify the work (artist name, title, material/media, dimensions, date, and location) and attach,
embed, or link in your post.
If you choose to embed a large image, please re

size it first so that it
fits the screen.
ï?·
W
hat value
do
you

place on this work? W
hat valu
e do you think others place on it?
Discuss the
work from at least two
(2) of the
following perspectives
:
ec
onomic
, political, r
eligious,
cultural
or a
esthetic
value.
2.
In the presentation and readings, you were presented with artworks that challenge traditional notions
of art, including works that utilize

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appropriation
, are created with alternative processes (
installation
,
earthworks
, and
performance
) or are examples of
conceptual art
. These types of artworks celebrate the
perceptions and understanding of those who respond to them as much as the skills of the artists who
made them. Demonstrate an understanding of one or more of the processes listed above by answering
the
following:
ï?·
How do these practices compare with â??traditionalâ? media, such as painting, sculpture, and
drawing? What are your thoughts about these alternative art forms? Which, if any, artworks
from our course material do you have trouble understanding or
accepting as art? Why? Which,
if any, do you find refreshing or inspiring? You must choose at least one (1) specific artwork
reference to help illustrate your position.
2.
Respond thoughtfully
to one other
peerâ??s
post
. please see the attachment for more detailes
instructions_disc2_a18_artvalue.pdf

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ARH2000 Art & Culture
Discussion 2: The Value of Art
DUE: 05/23/18
6 points / 6% of final grade
Post your response to your discussion group in CANVAS.
How to Prepare for this Assignment
1. Engage with the presentation â??The Value of Artâ?
2. Read the following from your textbook: pages 36-41, 256-257, 352-355, 396, 546, 656-657
Answer all of the following
1. Find one artwork from the textbook that reflects at least two different ways in which art is valued and
discuss. Do not select an artwork that someone from your group has already picked.
ï?· Identify the work (artist name, title, material/media, dimensions, date, and location) and attach,
embed, or link in your post. If you choose to embed a large image, please re-size it first so that it
fits the screen.
ï?· What value do you place on this work? What value do you think others place on it? Discuss the
work from at least two (2) of the following perspectives: economic, political, religious, cultural
or aesthetic value.
2. In the presentation and readings, you were presented with artworks that challenge traditional notions
of art, including works that utilize appropriation, are created with alternative processes (installation,
earthworks, and performance) or are examples of conceptual art. These types of artworks celebrate the
perceptions and understanding of those who respond to them as much as the skills of the artists who
made them. Demonstrate an understanding of one or more of the processes listed above by answering
the following:
ï?· How do these practices compare with â??traditionalâ? media, such as painting, sculpture, and
drawing? What are your thoughts about these alternative art forms? Which, if any, artworks
from our course material do you have trouble understanding or accepting as art? Why? Which,
if any, do you find refreshing or inspiring? You must choose at least one (1) specific artwork
reference to help illustrate your position.
2. Respond thoughtfully to one other peerâ??s post.
USF College of the Arts
1
ARH2000 Art & Culture
Format and Submission Guidelines:
ï?¨ 400 word minimum (main post). Do not bullet point, or otherwise separate, your information.
Although you must answer the questions found in the instructions, do not number your paragraphs.
ï?¨ Remember to cite any sources used. Here is a helpful resource: http://guides.lib.usf.edu/citingsources.
ï?¨ Proofread before submission. You must use correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Utilize the
resources provided by the Writing Studio at USF. They offer online resources in addition to in-person
appointments. Another good online resource is the Purdue Online Writing Lab.
Rubric
Your response will be evaluated based on your thoroughness in answering all the questions and for its use
of proper spelling, punctuation, and grammar. The rubric below is a general guide. A rubric with points and
specific grading criteria is attached to the assignment in Canvas and will be used in evaluation.
Focus and
Clarity
Organization
Support for
Ideas
A
B
C
D, F
Stays on topic all of the time.
Shows a full understanding of the
topic. Answers all required
questions thoroughly.
Communicates ideas and purpose
clearly and with sophistication.
Beyond understanding of issues,
shows insight.
Stays on topic most of the
time.
Shows a good understanding
of the topic or parts of the
topic, however, missed select
concepts and/or did not fully
answer the questions
assigned.
Shows full understanding of
issues.
Paragraph structure
uniformly supports content.
Consistency, logic and
transitions well managed.
Stays on topic some of
the time.
Central ideas are evident
but lack clarity. Does not
seem to understand the
topics very well.
Adheres to purpose,
fulfills assignment, shows
adequate understanding
of key issues.
Paragraph structure
sometimes supports
content.
Consistency, logic and
transitions show some
weaknesses.
Incompletely addresses
assigned topic or directions,
shows need for more study
of issues.
Loose focus on central idea,
contains some repetition
and digression, does not
fully understand key issues.
Presents a plan of
development that is carried
out. Uses specific supporting
details and researched
examples.
Development of ideas
and points evident but
supported by a mixture
of generalizations and
specific detail.
Ideas and points are evident
but support is very general
and/or inconsistent.
No factual errors.
Some factual errors.
Word choice accurate, varied.
Occasional errors in sentence
structure, usage and
mechanics do not hinder
writerâ??s ability to
communicate purpose.
Word choice correct but
simple/ without variety.
Errors in mechanics and/
or usage may partially
obscure content of
assignment.
Paragraph structure consistently
and effectively supports content.
Clear logic and effective
transitions.
Points are developed logically,
coherently and extensively with
convincing, specific supporting
details and researched examples.
Strong evidence of critical
thinking.
Paragraph structure weak.
Consistency, logic and
transitions show major
weaknesses. Style uneven.
Several factual errors.
No factual errors.
Language
Choice of language consistently
precise, purposeful.
Nearly flawless sentence
structure, usage, mechanics
contribute to writerâ??s ability to
communicate purpose.
USF College of the Arts
Frequent errors in word
choice.
Sentence structure and
mechanics seriously affect
clarity.
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