Write a short essay about two artworks

In chapters 4.7 and 4.8 and in the videos you are provided examples of how art is utilized as a means of
expression during times of war and as a form of social or political protest. Find one (1) specific artwork
referenced in the video â??Conflict and Resistanceâ? and one (1) specific artwork in the assigned textbook
chapters. The chosen works should be examples that you feel are persuasive in conveying a
message AND/OR ones that you believe were less successful.Compose a short essay which
compares the selected works, using the following questions to help guide your response: a. Identify the artworks chosen (artist, title, medium and date). b. What messages do the works seek to convey? In your discussion, you must include pertinent
contextual information such as the period of art and historical context in which the particular
artworks were made. c. Include a discussion of how the artworkâ??s materials (medium) affects the message and
reception of the works. d. What elements cause the works to be either successfully and/or unsuccessfully powerful or
persuasive? How do the works compare? Consider elements such as subject matter, aesthetic
choices, composition, etc. Be specific and use visual and contextual evidence to support your
position. e. Finally, do you believe artists have a role or responsibility in times of conflict or violence?
Explain.Please see the instructions in the file attached. Write at least 500 words in MLA format and write a reference page. I will give you the access to the book so you can answer the questions.
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ARH2000 Art & Culture
Short Essay: Art & Society
DUE: 06/09/18
10 points / 10% of final grade
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How to Prepare for this Assignment
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Read the following: Chapter 4.7 Art, War, and Revolution and 4.8 Art of Social Conscience
Watch the video: â??Art & Societyâ? (5 minutes) at this link: https://www.khanacademy.org/partnercontent/moma/modern-art-and-ideas/modern-art-ideas/v/art-and-society-modern-art-ideas
Watch the video: â??Conflict and Resistanceâ? (26 minutes) at this link:
http://www.learner.org/courses/globalart/theme/12/index.html
In essay format, answer the following:
1. In chapters 4.7 and 4.8 and in the videos you are provided examples of how art is utilized as a means of
expression during times of war and as a form of social or political protest. Find one (1) specific artwork
referenced in the video â??Conflict and Resistanceâ? and one (1) specific artwork in the assigned textbook
chapters. The chosen works should be examples that you feel are persuasive in conveying a
message AND/OR ones that you believe were less successful. Compose a short essay which
compares the selected works, using the following questions to help guide your response:
a. Identify the artworks chosen (artist, title, medium and date).
b. What messages do the works seek to convey? In your discussion, you must include pertinent
contextual information such as the period of art and historical context in which the particular
artworks were made.
c. Include a discussion of how the artworkâ??s materials (medium) affects the message and
reception of the works.
d. What elements cause the works to be either successfully and/or unsuccessfully powerful or
persuasive? How do the works compare? Consider elements such as subject matter, aesthetic
choices, composition, etc. Be specific and use visual and contextual evidence to support your
position.
e. Finally, do you believe artists have a role or responsibility in times of conflict or violence?
Explain.
Format and Submission Guidelines
ï?¨ Word count: 500 words minimum. You may exceed this minimum requirement. Include a word
count at the bottom of your essay. Do not bullet point, or otherwise separate, your information. You
are expected to submit a fully complete essay, with a clearly developed introduction and conclusion.
ï?¨ Submit in a Word document (.doc, .docx) or convert to .pdf. Any other formats are NOT accepted and
will result in a zero (0) grade. Corrupt files or incorrect documents will also result in a zero (0).
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ARH2000 Art & Culture
ï?¨ Use 12-point font, Times New Roman, one inch margins and indent the first line of each new paragraph.
Double-space. Italicize all artwork titles. Writing in first person is acceptable.
ï?¨ Use MLA style when citing sources. Here is a helpful resource: http://guides.lib.usf.edu/citingsources.
ï?¨ Proofread your paper 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.
ï?¨ Since this paper will be submitted via TurnitIn, for privacy reasons, do NOT include your name or
student ID within the paper. Replace your name with â??Student.â? Do not include a title page.
Rubric
Your response will be evaluated based on your thoroughness in answering all the questions, appropriate
use of research, and for the proper use of 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
Language
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.
Paragraph structure
consistently and effectively
supports content.
Clear logic and effective
transitions.
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.
Paragraph structure
weak.
Consistency, logic and
transitions show major
weaknesses. Style uneven.
Points are developed logically,
coherently and extensively
with convincing, specific
supporting details and
researched examples.
Strong evidence of critical
thinking. No factual errors.
Choice of language
consistently precise,
purposeful. Nearly flawless
sentence structure, usage,
mechanics contribute to
writerâ??s ability to
communicate purpose.
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.
Several factual errors.
Frequent errors in word
choice.
Sentence structure and
mechanics seriously affect
clarity.
We take instances of academic dishonesty very seriously. Any evidence of academic dishonesty, such as using peer responses
to complete your assignment, will result in sanctions as set forth in the course catalog:
http://ugs.usf.edu/catalogs/1718/pdf/0828academic-integrity-of-students.pdf. Possible sanctions include a failing grade for the
course with a designation of FF on studentâ??s internal transcript or possible suspension from the university for one semester.
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