Art (Fine arts, Performing arts)

Hello instruction and answer paper uploaded please follow each stepExam The Exam is based on concepts from Chapters 1 – 7 of your textbook. This exam is worth up to 30 points toward your final grade. The 100 points on this test will be converted to the following 30-point scale. The score from the second column will be the one you will find in your grade book, once your exam is corrected.Test ScoreGrade Book Score99-1003096-982993-952890-922787-892683-862580-822477-792373-762270-722167-692063-661960-621857-591753-561650-521547-491443-461340-421237-391133-361030-32927-29823-267  20-22617-19513-16410-1236-921-5100Type your responses directly on a separate exam answer sheet, entitled Exam – Student Answer Sheet. Then, save it under your last name and the exam name (e.g., Last Name.Exam). You will find submission instructions on the Answer Sheet.Part I – Identify the works of art, below, as either Representational, Abstract or Nonobjective.Definitions:      Representational       Abstract       NonobjectiveClosely resembles the subject Colors, shapes and forms are often No recognizable object is matter as it actually looks; distorted (exaggerated or simplified). evident; no apparent Looks realistic. reference to reality.Work of Art  Fig. 4-27 – Harmony in Red (p. 83) Fig. 6-13 – No. 32 (p. 127)  Fig. 9-24 – The Bay (p. 202) Fig. 20-6 – Woman with a Hat (p. 498) Fig. 20-21 – Nighthawks, 1942 (p. 507)  Fig. 20-24 – Oh, Jeff . . . I Love you, Too (p. 508) Fig. 21-17 – Composition VII (p. 543) Fig. 22-5 – The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit (p. 551) Fig. 26-12 – Untitled (Man Smoking/Malcolm X) (p. 627)  10.   Fig. 27-1 – Rain, Steam, and Speed (p. 639)Part II – Match the name of one the following terms next to the letter of the picture that best exemplifies that term. You may use each term only once. As a strategy, you should go through this section and select the terms you are sure fit appropriate images. Then, go back and try to fill in the empty spaces. “Zoom in” (make this document larger on the page) when necessary in order to better see the details of each image to better your ability to correctly identAerial or Atmospheric PerspectiveAfocalAnalogous ColorsArbitrary ColorAsymmetrical Balance        Calligraphy        ChiaroscuroComplementary ColorsContour LineEn Plein Air or Plein-Air paintingFigure-Ground RelationFocal PointForeshorteningHatchingIconographyImpastoImplied LineIntermediate Colors Local ColorNegative shape or spaceOptical Painting (Op Art)PatternPrimary ColorsRadial BalanceSecondary ColorsSpectrumSymmetrical BalanceTemperature – Cool ColorsTemperature – Warm ColorsTime & MotionLetterImage Part III: Essay Questions Note: You must answer all the following essays.View the following two videos concerning the exhibition – “Fons Americanus” by artist Kara E. Walker:Video 1 – https://www.cbsnews.com/news/a-historical-reckoning-for-the-global-slave-trade/Video 2 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tV_L3fceGNA First Paragraph – Using your own words, her concept behind this artwork. Why did she create it? What messages does it convey?  (At least 10 substantive, college-level sentences required; 10 pts.)Second Paragraph – Specifically identify which one of the four “Roles of the Artist” from your textbook (see Chapter 1) you believe was the most important to the sculptor in creating this work of art. Discuss why you chose that role.  Please note: You cannot just state it is Role #1 or Role #3. You must cite the entire traditional role as stated in your textbook. Then, provide your own critique of this artwork. Do you appreciate it? Why or why not? (At least 10 substantive, college-level sentences required; 10 pts.)First Paragraph – Using your own words, summarize the major points of the following  article – https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/09/11/jan-6-insurrection-shows-why-robert-e-lee-statue-had-go/  (At least 10 substantive, college-level sentences required; 10 pts.)Second Paragraph – Discuss whether you agree or disagree with writer’s opinion. Provide the reasoning behind your response. (At least 10 substantive, college-level sentences required; 10 pts.)Study the following painting:First Paragraph – Using your own words, describe what you see as if the person you are speaking to has no way of seeing the painting. In your discussion, talk about the use of color, light, shape, and space. Be as detailed as possible, but don’t get tense about this part of the assignment. Just do the best you can without looking up any information on the painting before you write your paragraph. (At least 10 substantive, college-level sentences required; 10 pts.)Second Paragraph – After you have written your first paragraph, then watch the following video on this artwork:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxKR2cHmlPY  Using your own words, summarize what you learned about the painting from the video. Then, specifically identify which one of the four “Roles of the Artist” from your textbook (see Chapter 1) you believe was the most important to the sculptor in creating this work of art. Discuss why you chose that role.  Please note: You cannot just state it is Role #1 or Role #3. You must cite the entire traditional role as stated in your textbook. (At least 10 substantive, college-level sentences required; 10 pts.) 

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